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

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Hb MISS MARGARET BGLLER, Adjustment Teacher, in charge of the testing pro- gram and IB enrollments. ?4mili42 ?4ceA qt Steinmet Comely clerks keep things clicking around the school. i'Clean- liness is next to Godlinessf' they say, and from the looks of the school, the engineer and his staff try hard to live up to the old adage. Little microbes will pop up now and then, but our matron staves them off. The friendly eye of the genial officer gives us a feeling of safety as he passes through the halls, and is caught this time by the photographer when he stopped to admire the glittering glow of the 4B's traditional ceiling-high Christmas tree. E wi if At telephone: Mr. Bride, engineer custodian. Mrs. Dibelka, Librarian. Miss Hoban, Mrs. Kenny, Miss Mishlove, Miss Rigncy, Mrs. Szmunarski. Christmas tree picture: Mr. Wzildroti, niaintcnzlnce stuff, Mrs, Benson, Matron. Otlicer Dwyer 'va X Mx is i I IV' S :.:. -V , - M K F f Q . as 1 ,.,. P 7 ' "" i V ..... 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Q-Q. f7Q -Li Ns- 'Q H if x . if if x .X wr 55 K 'D' x 'X' 5-. xi X: Y .A ,H Fil , 11 . 5 f v,wnwNf. - - 'X A NZ, . 0'z:z:T,.: A,mf:frffSa,L,f,JZ5fZ1-0 H M2 a 4' 1' S Q iff V gf-fwhm,A,', ,, www, ww, 5 ,A ., . zzgzzgfmgf 332 jf ,M f , Weigh -Ef':'4I fxLzzay5wK'ZWL'W i Q N xg if S' f f mf ww . Q sis, 'Q' I Dlx .--""'-H Saafte lunch jlacultq gal ew, Mr. William McBride, Conway, Mrs. Helen Handschu, Miss Sylvia Mrs. Helen Vesley, Mr. head teacher, Miss Marie Brugger, Mrs. Kathleen Gilligan, Miss Lucy Hainbecker, Mr. Lawrence Pinsky, Miss Ella Prouty, Mrs, Elisabeth Sorensen, Carl Welin. Mr. McBride. B. Dietrich Mai. VVcrmuth, Mr. Fitzgerald. Wlaefze the Community Spieit fxiAtA The top picture in this ensemble shows a group of Sayerite boys busy in the workshop where they make many useful articles. The upper left picture is an Art class finishing Christmas toys for the Red Cross. The lower left picture is one of an unusual looking doll house that all the boys in the woodshop have had a hand in making. The lower right picture features the vet who helped in Sayre Bond Campaign. I . 5-5, ' 1 ,f . 1 fwgl -y-411. 1 . i P M . , .nv W H .4 :3..g..?E.'4 .v .5 W., p ng., r rf- - , ,., , v 4 - 1- fwfuate Teeneu Inoue Un With Iltemoeiu -IK W1 2, VT N w me vs X Sy- Qw Q 'li- V. 'Q M6506 rv I 332.2-'ri ,f,J"f Q ' I' 1' 'Y V If I Qschfr Q00 L Cecelia Swezey, Secretary and Vale dictorian: Don Wesolowski, Vice Pres idents Iohn Bachar, President: Eliza beth Williams. Treasurer. Yebkuqtq C7444 Uffice A and Sponmw The four above fulfilled their duties to the utmost degree, living up to Steinmetz ideals always, and being an inspira- tion to their classmates. They helped make a name to be admired the world over, because what they set out to do - they did. These citizens of tomorow will surge forward in the future. Their class sponsor is proud of them. Mr. Cornelius Henze, Sponsor. 51 Teeneu lliqlze meth, at Ptom Yivlic As the years roll by. and roll they will, the graduate will thumb the pages of this book many times and when he comes upon this page will say: "Those were the good old days when we Adolled' up in our best and took our favorite girl to the prom. How I wish those days would return once more." Donald Abrahamson . , . don "Don" in drapes, surround him with "boogie," steer him to California, with Bitterman at his side, send him to the Marines, and you have a happy man . , . Sigma Quad. Edward Aerts . . . "Eddie" strives to plow his way to Wisconsin , . . big moon, warm breezes, Huba, Huba complete his hap- piness . , . sharp music and flashy clothes rate . . . stamp collecting is his hobby . . . mother is his ideal. Clifford Anderson . . , whistling while he skis describes "Cliff" . . . has a weakness for football games . . . selects Stemke as his pal and Mr. Holm as his guide . . , the "chow" in the Navy attracts . . . Boys' Choir, Helen Anderson . . . prefers an early marriage . . . dreams of a home in California with a skating rink and a swimming pool . . . adores her mother . . . she's the party girl . . . Dardanelles, Iunior Service . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. Melrose Anderson . . . has a touch of the orient about her , . . chop suey, tree climbing, India and harems appeal . . . claims title to a good cook . . , Spanish, Latin, Stein Sten, Cv.A.A. Kenneth Andren . . . drape the trouser and send him to a comedy . . . put a pool cue in his hand, walking shoes on his feet and across country he will go to the Ozarks. Annette Austermuehle . . . "Ann" the pastry gal has a flare for rich cooking . . . father's bakery offers her the dough . . . hopes to win a husband soon . . . neatness is her watchword . . . mother comes first. Iohn Bachar . . . it's figures that count, so "Skip" goes in for collecting Math. books , . . his pitching adds points to the base- ball score . . . Class president, Baseball Captain, Math. N.H.S. Eleanor Baldi . . . good meals and loafing overcome her . . . sets the pace in bowling . . . dons sport clothes with style . . . mother gets her vote . . , party-minded "Norie" goes for boogie . . . Stein Sten, French, G.A.A. Athena Barile . . . dancing and skating suit "T" . . . Miss Vaughan is her pet . . . Dick Haynes is her favorite . . . "Mom" comes in for praise . . . falls for the Navy . . . French, Student Council, G.A.A. Lorraine Bator . . , chants as she swims , . . wants a sun tan . . . cherishes "mom" . . . likes Miss Cahill . . . Navy uniforms causes heart throbs . . . life of a pedagogue attracts . . . gives ear to semi-classical music. Corrine Battista . . . 'ACorky" swoons for Sinatra . . . piles up records and typing score . . . Hollywood calls her . . . selects Mrs. Hege . . . falls for Navy . . . Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Daritians, G.A.A. William Bayuk . . . champion eater and sleeper . . . sweet, low music soothes this baseball fan . . . worships mother . . . is looking for invitations to picnics . . . wouldn't mind a million . . . will ask Mr. Ruzicka how to get it. Lenore Becker . . . points her arrow at college . . . spends summer counselling at camps . . . enjoys the hospitality of friends . . . admires Mr. Bradley and Mr. Ruzicka . . . dad tops . . . Choir, Spanish, Red Cross, G.A.A. Vera Berg . . . MV" adds glamor to the baton . . . thrills to sentimental music . . . singing is her avocation . . . Mr. Ruzicka is understanding . . . "mom" is ideal . . . skates keep her rolling . . . Stein Sten, G,A.A. Sheldon Berkowitz . . . lolls about in dreamer's paradise . . . sleeping is his diversion . . . Mr. Bradley is his alarm clock . . . Lake Shore Drive appeals . . . dreamy music and sport clothes rate. Rose Bevilacqua . . . brags of no talents, but excels in dancing and skating . . . will adorn some office . . . sweet, solid music rates . . . Student Council, Dantians, Minute Men, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Richard Bochte . . . our A'Dick" rides to fame on his two-wheeler , . . National champion is his ambition . . . flirting with atoms is his career . , . worships "mom" . . . chooses Mr. Temple , . . looks westward . . . N.H.S. President. Irene Bodozian . , . plans a future of travel with marriage in the ofling . . , a rancher will be the lucky one . . . Armenian dances intrigue her . . . Mrs. Bertling pleases . . . Student Council, G.A.A. Elizabeth Boudreau . . . look out bankers, she'll win you with her dough . . , has urge to make new friends . . . Miss Boller and Mr. Henze on the preferred list . . . Student Council, Latin, G.A.A. Alibeth Bourland . , , definitely on the feminine side is "Al" . . . seeking the role of a minister's wife . , . looks up to Esther Spann . . . enjoys baseball and Miss Haley . . . G.A.A. Eleanor Bower . . . strums the guitar as she looks over her card collection . . . her target is to succeed . . . mother and father are her inspirations . . . likes fun . . . Student Council, Star, G.A.A. Iames Brod . . . "Iim's" record collection features Bing Crosby and Perry Como . . . draftsmanship lines up his future . . . looks up to A'mom" . . . enjoys Mr, Temple . . . dons sport toggery . . . Assembly Police, R,O,T.C. VVilliam Buck . . . picks "mom" as his sweetheart . . . overalls and smart clothes make him happy . . . a man of the soil . . . chooses Miss Kilgour . . . no loud Hboogieu for him . . . prefers the Navy. Ioseph Busa . . . "joe" keeps busy pasting up scrap books . . . falls for pretty girls . . . strictly a Chicagoan . . . vocal cords come in for practice . . . swing music takes the cake . . . Basketball. Robert Bute . . . "Bob" seeks the quiet life . . . mother is his ideal . . . frequents the gridiron stadium . . . caters to sport clothes . . . likes good old Chicago . . . Uncle Sam will soon claim him. Oliver Christensen . . . casting his line and playing the radio keeps "Swede" happy . . . anxious to work at T.W.A. . . . Marines interest him . . . sport clothes cover him . . . Cross Country Team, Mixed Choir. Q fn nineteen hunched 4nd vttq-two . . . Doris Crestani . . . N.B.C. calls for "Dorn . . . would like to burn up the road in maroon convertible . . . admires Miss Haley . . . winks at the Navy . , Dantians, Star, Choir, Ir. Service, Green Curtain, G.A.A. Marcheta Dahl . . . will grace an oflice as receptionist. . . "Keta" has a heap of Sinatra records . . . enjoys good jokes . . . likes Miss Cahill . . . appreciates A'mom" and dad . . . Student Council, Mixed Chorus, Carrot Top, G.A.A. Gloria De Matteo . . . "Glory" carries a bag of catchy quota- tions . . . seeks a Texas ranger . . . Miss Sechler and julie Long are links in her friendship chain . . . prefers Navy . . . French. Council, G.A.A. Raymond Dettlofl . . . wrestles to keep warm . . . on the lookout for his ideal . . . wrestlers pictures adorn his boudoir . . . will meet his match in the Marines . , . gaudy colors disgust him . . . Wrestling Team. Mildred De Wald . . . new steps in dancing, new songs keep "Mil" busy . . . five brothers out for Uncle Sam . . . loves leisure and 'Amom" . . . Vienna, Austria, calls her . . . Red Cross, Library, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Luverne Dode . . . "Berne" prefers writing to that special sailor . . . her love for canines will see her owning a kennel . . . swoons over sentimental records . . . chooses Mrs. Hege . . . G.A.A., Pan American. . . . With 66661, Avx end long la4if2-do- Iames Dopp . . . the troubadour, keeps busy testing foods . . . pheasants are his target . . . Dr. Schutter is his ideal . . . spooky stories keep him squirming . . . Navy is his choice . . . Boys' Choir. Dorothy Doyon . . . a certain Seabee will keep her happy cook- ing . . . serving sodas keeps her cool in summer . . . Mrs. I-lege is her favorite . . . Alan Ladd is her ideal . . . French, G.A.A. Ramon Duran . . . longs to be a "play boy" . . . fancy stepper and artistic skating are his talents . . . architect role pleases him . . . loahng isn't bad . . , sport clothes get the O.K. . . . Choir, Red Cross. Elsie Emanuelson . . . admires Miss Adams , . . a veritable bookworm . . . has definite plans to become a dress designer . . . prefers to locate in Washington , . . her heart beat is in Navy . . . G.A.A. Fred Engel . . . "Fritzie" and "mom's" pumpkin pie click . . . lead him to California . . . get him a good job as airline mechanic . . . put Dad at his side and he's all set . . . Track. Shirley Ewald . . . she'll come clean collecting her barettes of soap . . . hopes marriage is in her teacup . . . suburbs call her . . . Dardanelles, Student Council, Spanish, Clean Up, Red Cross, Vis. Ed., N.l'l.S. 4 r Betty Felke . . . claims to have a persuasive nature . . . hopes 1 to be an ideal housewife . . . snow fights keep her tossing . . . "mom" tops the list . . . Mrs. Hege comes next . , . Press, Star, Victorettes, G.A.A. Henry Fieri . . . "Hank," the trumpeter whistles as he watches football and hockey games . . . appreciates Mrs. Hege . . . anxious to play professional baseball . . . sport clothes suit him . . . so does the Navy . . . Band, Football. Ida Fiorini . . . "I" sings . . . baking date loaf cakes is her specialty . . . blonde boy friends are great . . . tobogganing gets her down . . . likes people and seeks a receptionist job . . . Army is her choice. William Foellmer . . . meet "Bill," the crooner, just fresh from Winnetka . . , sleeps between croons . . . goes for advertising . , . prefers Mr. Ruzicka . . . elects Army Air Corps . . . sport clothes make up his wardrobe . . . Student Council. Margaret Follmann . , . the keyboard wizard bags all the souvenirs she sees . . . men teachers rate , . . secretary job appeals . . . good money collector . . . Tommy Dorsey tops all . . . Army gets her vote . , . Cv.A.A., Red Cross. Charlotte Gabriel . . . twiddles the fiddles as "Dee" and 'AShirl" pitch the tent for camping . . . sending the bowling balls for spares and strikes is her ambition . . . Alaska beckons . . . Latin, G.A.A. Theta mme to Steinmet in the Atqx . . . Maybelle Gangler . . . feminine clothes and household talents are May's best bet . . . Steinmetz tops all . . . mother is her ideal . . . likes to dance and swim . . . popular music satisfies . . . G.A.A. Constance Garaffa . . . modest little A'Connie" claims no talents. admits no hobbies . . . will make a good nurse . . . adores her mother . . . sets the dial for popular tunes . . . Spanish, Latin, G.A.A. Robert Gardella . . . has a definite flare for all kinds of hand work . . , his globe trotting instincts want the Navy . . . boxing interests him . . . so does Mr Downey . . . band music stirs him , . . Cvreen Curtain. Anna Marie Garippo . . . hopes to go to Rosary College . . . talented in piano and voice . . . admires Mr. Groom . . . Fine Arts, Dardanelles, Choral, Choir, Iunior Service, Pan American, G.A.A., N.H.S. Margaret Gatterdam . . . "Marge's" letter writing keeps her friends . . . to write about womens sports and how to dress well is her aim . . . her heart is in Chicago . . . Press, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Iohn Gianforte . , . 'ASlug" cuts a figure roller skating . . . business aspirations keep him humping . . . nautical life suits him . . . sport clothes keep him broke . . . Chicago gets his vote . . . Italian. . . . Wee mi lata, cl4AA of ?vf2tq-Six Al Glass . . . the plain clothes man, excels in swimming . . . winter finds him tobagganing . . . sentimental music wins his applause . . . Mr. Ruzicka gets his vote . . . Marines are his l choice . . . Captain of Swimming Team. Ruth Gord . . . "Flat Top" longs to own her own car . . . favors Miss Dierks and Mildred De Wald . . . "mom" and brother lim are her ideals . . . Navy rates . . . Red Cross, Star, Swim- ming, Cv.A.A. Richard Goulden . . . lucky "Dick" touched the soil of old Erin . . . a Cub fan . . . admires Mr, Sheehan . . . his beverage testing job should keep his thirst quenched . . . Oregon rates . . . Sigma Quad. Harold Gradous . . . a man of few words . . . keeps his ambitions and talents hidden . . . admits he likes Mr. Ruzicka . . . wilds of Montana lure him . . . prefers comedies . . . picks Marine Corps. Richard Green . . . says he likes a life of loafing, but wants to earn a million . . . goes for free entertainment . . . admires Mrs. Hege . . . prefers the civilian life. Kenneth Guetlich , . . "Guet" aspires to the role of an Army officer . . , swimming is his pastime . . . prefers Army because of family tradition . . . western skies haunt him . . . thrills to classic music . . . Bochte rates. Dolores Gullicksen . . . needles click as "Dee" knits the sport clothes that she adores . . . classical music takes her on a senti- mental journey . . . wilds of Montana is her yearning . . . Swim, G.A.A. Homer Hamm . . . sees thing in a big way with his special lens . . . New York is 'fHam's" pick . . . chemical engineer is his goal . . . has a great capacity for eating . . . Alchemstein. Dolores Hanlon . . . slipping the fingers over the ebony and ivory keeps "Dol" popular . . . wears sport clothes well . . . has a money making complex . . . Choirs, Minute Men, Stein Sten, G.A.A., N.H.S. James Hanson . . . with a milk pail in one hand and a guitar in the other, lim will run his dairy farm . . . hopes Mr. Holm will drop in to see him . . . Wrestling. Beatrice Hausing . . . Tap away "Bea," you'll reach success . . . courting over the net is fun for her . . . Ma Farr is her friend . . . some Bill is tapping at her heart . . . idolizes her brother . . . Stein Sten. Lorraine Hehn . . . has fame as a ballerina . . . has traveled far exhibiting her talent . . . collects souvenirs . . . favors Mrs. Fausel . . . admires Alice Revak . . . sport clothes rate . . . Edelweiss Verein, Band, Hall Guard, G.A.A. April Henry . . . talking and eating consume "Shorty" . . . dress designing keeps her cutting . , . Ioyce Patton has her confidence . . . trebles her vote for music . , . tailored suits suit . . . Star, Press Club, G.A.A. Margaret Hillgard . . . has her net out for a prom date . . . likes felines . . . swoons for Frankie . . . considers her mother her ideal . . . dark shows hold no favor with her , . . G.A.A. Doris Hinze . . . cuts a figure on ice . . . raves about the Navy . . . picks an officer for herself . . . sees marriage in the ofiing . . . will invite Mr. Ruzicka . . . appreciates her parents . . . Spanish, G.A.A. Adam Hoffmann . . . future poultry expert . . . snaps the shutters as you pose . . . polkas and waltzes keep him stepping . . . headed for the Marines . . . he's a man of action . . . Uncle Marty gets his vote. Marilyn Isaacson . . . loves little "Swezey" . . . drives for a hobby . . . anxious to be a secretary . . . sweaters and skirts appeal . . . zu special some one in the Navy rates . . . Dar- danelles, Star, Stein Sten, N.H.S., G.A.A. lack Iacobsen . . . will strive for a college diploma . . . prefers to dwell in Wisconsin with California weather . . . scorns walking so picks the Navy . . . Miss Haley and Wesolowski rate . . . Prom committee, Mixed Choir. Richard Iahnke . . . will miss Steininetz . . . prefers school to work . . . shares same likes and dislikes as his pal, Dick Green . . . doesn't like to make changes , . . picks Miss Iacobek. Helen lolmson . . . "for Iohn's sake." says she, "where are the price tags l've been saving?" . . . a good joke lifts her . . . a casual note to her clothes is apparent . . . Stein Sten, Star, G.A.A. Richard lohnson . . . talented accordionist picks lohn Bachar as his pal . . . Miss Sutherland comes next . . . the draft board will take him on a sentimental journey . . . would like to be an executive . . . Vis. Ed. Evelyn Kaczmarcik . . . confesses no talents but leans toward reading . . . trips the light fantastic . . . a mermaid in water . . . believes in corporal punishment . . . slow, sweet music gets her there . . . G.A.A. William Kaczmarek . . . hiking around for stamps, tossing the soft ball, sketching house plans, looking wide-eyed at fliers comprise "Kaczy's" pastimes . . . will miss homework . . . French, Band, N.H.S. Iosephine Kairys . . . "Io-Io" gets a kick out of horseback riding . . . harmonizing with "Cel" gives her a thrill . . . hopes to see the world . . . would ration work . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . Dardanelles, N.H.S., G.A.A. Anastasia Kalomiris , . . a Sayerite drops her knitting to pick up reading . . . people interest her especially Aunt Esther . . . murder plays a-la-radio gives "Anne" the creeps . . . kid brother affords her amusement . . . G.A.A. Emilie Kashul . . . loyal Chicagoan chooses "mom" as her inspiration and Miss Cushing as her guide . . . everybody is A'Em's" pal . . . Fixit, Office Service, Stein Sten, French, G.A,A. Ralph Kathan . . . faithful Ralph is the college kid . . . Chemical concoctions intrigue him . . . strictly a man's man, likes to be chatty with Ioe . . . Sigma Quad, Green Curtain, Alchemstein, Pre-Medics. Math., N.H.S. George Kleinschmidt . . . the much-traveled kid misses Captain Dowse . . . hopes to be up and "atom" at Du Pont's . . . served time with the Merchant Marines . . . Chicago is his favorite spot. Donald Knudsen . . . has traveled to five states . . , definitely likes to hunt and fish . . . wants to be a farmer . . . Miss Kilgour and Don Leusch rate . . . prefers the Navy uniform . . . Boys' Choir. Lorraine Koelpien . . . penning oil: letters to service men is 'iLor's" specialty . . . swimming makes a splash for her . . . taking dictation will be her future . . . puts mother first . . . winks at the Navy . . . G.A.A. Robert Koepple . . . thinks it will be Ieanne " 'til the end of time" , . . Hawaii fascinates, skating sets him gliding . . . Arizona is his goal line . . . papa is his bread line . . , Football. Donald Kolseth . . . "boogie woogie" and sport clothes top "Don's" list . , . Mr. Ruzicka comes in for praise . . . Bob Bute is his solid friend . . . likes his pockets jingling . . . chooses the Navy. Daniel Kowal . . . rugged marine life beckons "Danny" boy . . . doesn't need vitamins for appetite . . . to own a bank is his life's ambition . . . making baskets wins him attention , . . Hall Guards, Basketball. Lucille Kowalczyk . . , sleighbells in the snow up Michigan way is "Lu's" outlook . . . her Civil Service job will furnish the cash to bedeck herself in sport togs . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A. Helen Kroeker . . . program collecting keeps "Peg" busy when her cello doesn't . . . to play in major symphony is the peak of her ambition . . . Choirs, Symphony and Concert Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild, Pan American. Margaret Kuebel . . . the chocolate kid, piles up cards of all descriptions . . . her sense of humor calls for comic shows . . . mom, dad and Mrs. Fausel rate , , . Choir, Red Cross. G.A.A. Eva Kugler . . , hopes to be discovered by some radio concern . . . has yen to write stories . . , fashionable sport clothes are her weakness . . . likes Miss Haley . . . Student Council, Red Cross, Pan American, G.A.A. Phyllis Kurth . . . working close to mother earth is our "Phyl's" delight . . . carving is her pastime . . . prefers classical music . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, N.H.S. Iohn Kvalvog . . . the flying bookworm likes to swim and skate . . . somewhat of a globe trotter . . . hopes to be a mechanical engineer . . . give him soft, boogie music and Mr. Downey . . . Prom Committee. Shirley Lange . . . a "gob" from the Navy will some day claim her . , . then her home hopes will be realized . . . big parties will follow . . . Mr. Bradley will be there . . . G.A.A, Choir, Edelweiss. Betty Lou Larson . . . places her bets on "Streaks" . . . busy worming news for the Star . . . discards conceited boys . . . would love to own a horse . . . Star, Dardanelles, Pan American, Hall Guard, Student Council, G.A.A. Iosephine Laurenzi . . . "Io" talks, swims, loafs and skates . . . but yearns to excel in pool shooting . . , she's strictly the tailored type . . . Florida sunshine claims her preference . . . Silver Streak, Student Council, G.A.A, Henry Letrich . . . friends tolerate his singing , . . allergic to work but not Miss Polka who kept him going . . . looking for his ideal . . . enjoys his little niece . , . Riis is his hideout . . . Swim, Letterman. Donald Leusch . . . just goes along quietly fishing away and collecting his stamps . . . satisfied to remain in Chicago . . . admires the Marines . . . leans to boogie . . . Football. Lucille Litrenta . . . collecting odd silver is her hobby . . . idolizes her mother . , . her wardrobe sparkles with sport clothes . . . "Lu" would like to travel with Peg and Sue . . . Ir. Choir, Italian, G.A.A. Doris Loftus . , , 'iSue's" flame burns in the Navy . . . she's collecting post cards for him . . . thinks mother is tops . . . city hall job is her aim . . . adores her parents . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iulie Long . . . this scribe is long on letter writing . . . likes security so wants a civil service job . . . at home on the ice . . . has her eye on the Marines . . . Star, French, G.A.A. Ieanette Lostumo . . . taps out four stars for Mr. Brankamp . . stands on her head to collect poetry . . . literary minded . . hopes to edit an exclusive magazine . . . mother is tops . . Pan American, G.A.A. Gertrude Lu Bien . . . reads for pastime . . . tickles the ivory for recreation . . . attends movies for diversion . . . listens to radio for excitement . . . looks to "mom" for inspiration . . . admires Miss Rasmussen . . . Latin, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Anna Macchitelli . . . picks the role of a pedagogue . . . her hobby is removing the "grumps" from the grumpy . . . hopes to invent a magic school book conveyor . . . Silver Streak, Dardanelles, N.l-I.S., G.A,A. Elaine Mahal . . . loyal Chicagoan who wants to grace an oflice in the Tribune . . . sweet swing music appeals . . . so does Navy . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are tops . , , collects souvenirs . . . Stein Sten. Ralph Maier , . . "Mark" flashes sporty clothes when in the mood . . . likes dreamy music. girls and Molly, the engineers cat .... Flynn fan . . . wants a wealthy wife . . . Officers Club, Fix-lt, Edelweiss Verein, Red Cross. lean Manella . . . has a bag full of jokes . . . tells them to Miss Kinderman . . . waiting for an office job . . . shows keep her broke . . , has real flare for drawing . . . picks the army . . , G,A,A., N.H.S. Sarah Marsiglia . . . 'iSal's" voice will attract attention . . . poem collecting is her pastime . . . hopes to complete college . . . she might become a pedagogue . . . Miss Landrigan is her ideal . . , Silver Streak, Ir. Service, Pan American, G.A.A. Thea, btwuglit with them the ja qndji e . . . lean Mattioli . . , Talkative "Matts" will fit in well with the Chicago Sun . . . follows all sports . . . Green Curtain, Star, National Honor, Pan American, Minute Men, Quill and Scroll. William McAndrews . . . wants to be a success . . . sports attract him . . . prefers homework, less schools . . . seeks the water for summer recreation, and the ice for winter pastime . . . misses Captain Douse. Lorraine McDorman , . . "Mac" has a voice and uses it . . . she will raise it in mission talks in Alaska . . . Miss Farr is her inspiration . , . Choir, Stein Sten, Green Curtain, Ir. Service. Mary Melone . . . "Hans" has been across the water . . . Mr. Bades cat is her pet . . . Mexico claims her heart . . . "jeepers" how she likes to dress up . . . admires "Honest Abe" . . , Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iune Menzel . . . "Sparrow" is all keyed up when it comes to the piano . . . mystery books keep her guessing . . . Mars makes her sweet . . . tennis gets her jumping . . . romantic music sets her dreaming . . . G.A.A. Dorothy Meyer . . . "Dorn sharpens her wits with cross word puzzles . , . gives the keyboard a workout . . . domestically inclined . . . prefers to bask at the seashore . , . picks her mother and Miss Rasmussen . . . G.A.A. . . . Kut Awing qndjittefzbug c4At it 4 ide, Dorothy Miller . . . the future "hello" girl hopes to land a good husband . . . keeps a gallery of movie stars . . . sleigh bells have an appeal . . . sport clothes come Hrst . . . Stein-Sten, G.A.A. Ieannette Miller . . . keeps in shape by swimming and skating . . . will make a good model , . . might be able to lift your face some day if you apply at her beauty parlor . . . Polish, G.A.A. Richard Moretti . . . Dick has been east and west . . . has a gallery of auto pictures , . . struts the bridle path quite often . . . aeronautics keep him sharp . . . snappy sport clothes suit . . . Italian. Isabell Nahabedian . , . family life keeps her bent on cooking and sewing . . . scorns bossy people . . . pajama parties keep her awake . . . casual clothes keep her in fashion . . . Choir, Student Council, G.A.A. Andrew Nelson . . . marine minded "Andy" gets a kick out of football , . . sports photographer in Hollywood is his goal . . . trumpet playing is his field . . . Student Council, Band, Swim, Pan-American, R.O.T.C. Harold Nelson . . . abhors noise, but craves excitement of the Navy . . . collects stamps . . . aims to own a business . . . draftsman is his goal . . . cherishes "Land of the Midnight Sun" . . . Orchestra. Dan Nowicke . . . good natured Dan will do well in his garage . . . he hopes to settle in Florida . . , likes to swing to swing music . . . will seek further education in the Navy. Rose Palazzotto . . , dramatic "Rosie" will act her way into an office . , . a future home owner . . . friendly with Mr. Swem . . . sailor boy seeks her hand , . . Italian, Green Curtain, Student Council. G.A.A. Irene Palenik . . . HI" dotes on mystery stories . . , decorating is her ambition , . . admires Miss Haley . . . give her dreamy music . . . G.A.A., Staff, Swim, Student Council, Office Service, Red Cross. Latin. Sima Paloian . . . has a flare for cooking , . . automobile jaunts appeal . . . selects Mr. Ramsey . . . prefers somewhat dressy clothes . . . head of Steinmetz Super Bond Drive . . Fixit, Office Service, Pan-American, Minute Men, N.H.S., G.A.A. Eleanor Panza , . . volley ball is not folly for HEI" . . . typing out a living is her ambition . . . idolizes "mom" . . . casts her vote for dancing, singing and the Army Air Corps. Marie Parlatore . . . profound night reader . . . hopes to land a T,W.A. job . . . longs to drive the family car . . . bowls in spare time . . . prefers Marines . . . Student Council. Dardanelles, Choir. N.H.S., G.A.A. Then Magic-wovgie took the Atqge . . . Arnold Pascus . . . "Arnie" misses his paratroop buddies . . . l give him up-to-date haberdashery . . . looks for a place in millionaire row . . . will share with Mr, Temple . . . Student Council, Marshall, Football. Ioyce Patton . . . definitely must have her hands in motion . . . stitching, knitting is her devotion . . . work has its attraction, but not at the ACFP . . . football tops the list . . . Star, Choir, G.A.A. Delores Pedersen . . . Daily News will report her fame as soloist with famous orchestra . . . keeps fit by swimming and dancing . . . Mr. Ruzicka tops . . . so does "mom" . . . Stein Sten, Choir, Spanish, G.A.A. Frank Pellizzari . . . spends peaceful pastime at the dial . . . modeling is "plane" chatter to him . . . frequent visitor at movies . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . swing music keeps him hopping . . . Cross country . . . Italian. Marion Perry . , . a dance devotee . . . piles up a record with Sinatra's records . . . her sweet tooth picks Mars . . . Cali- fornia's sunshine and Mrs. Bade's smile cheer her . . . Army Air Corps captivates . . . G.A.A. Leonard Persino , . . soda jerker HLenny" pools his thoughts on the billiard table , . . cuts a figure on ice and makes a splash at the beach . . . boogie-woogies on the piano. . . . 14nd in out l4At Jaap laid 411 the Mge. Charlene Peshek . . . the accordion gets a work out from her . . . sleigh bells mean fun for her . . . interior decorating means work . . . Navy has her heart . . . Carrot Tops, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Lillabelle Peterson , . . "Lili" is looking for a good hobby . . . spends joyous times at weenie roasts . . . adores her mother . . . prefers sport clothes with collegiate touch . . . Stein Sten, Choir, Latin. G.A.A. Theodore Pethes . . . definitely the music lover . . . picks a dancer as his choice . . . paratroopers' shoes intrigue him . . . hopes to join a band . . . Chess, Band. Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild, Talent, Campus Crew. Alfio Pettenuzzo . . . sleeps in the shade to preserve his com' plexion . . . South America holds his interest . . . his brother serves as his model . . . breeding horses is his ambition . . . Mrs. Taglia tops . . . Italian. Marie Prasky . . . the swimmer, dancer, collector, accordion player has her eye on the U.S. treasury . , . Mrs. Hadley rates . . . falls for Ice Follies . . . treasures her German accordion . . . prefers the Army. Evelyn Predny . . , the little lassie from across the pond hopes to work in Steven Hotel as beautician . . . longs to find her missing sister . . . Minute Men, Student Council. Oflice Service, G.A.A. Lois Prentice . . . likes to draw more than her breath , . . a home girl finding fun in record playing . . . has fancy for a ranch . . . chooses Miss Selinger . . . sport clothes get her vote. Stacey Psimoulis . . . will make a pleasant receptionist . . . singing gives her relaxation . . . bowling furnishes exercise . . , enjoys Miss Kilburn . . . mother is her ideal . . . swimming and dancing are tops , . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Bruno Rachupka . . . breaks the record collecting records . . . active on the baseball diamond . . . Marine uniforms attract him . . . Oak Park might be his future home . . . chooses Mr. Temple and Mrs. Brennock . . . Polish. Alice Rads . . . none other than an air-conditioned ofhce for "Al" . . . stewardess life appeals . . . "mom" rates . . . music impels . . . college attracts . . . Miss Haley scores , . . New York allures . . . Latin, Stein Sten, Choral, G.A.A. Lorraine Ramming . . . 'fLove" is pep personified . . . strong for athletics . . . hopes to teach it . . . a lakeside home fills her dreams . . . adores her mother . . . German, Dardanelles. Staff, Council, G.A.A., N.H.S. Erna Ratsch . . . up in the air playing her violin suits "Ernie" . . . roller skates in her leisure . . . adores her mother . . . favors Mrs. Bade . . . prefers classical music and informal wardrobe . . . Dardanelles, Symphony Orchestra, G.A.A.. N.H.S. Carl Rauchenberger . . . up in the air looking at the weather is forecasting the future for "Smokey" . . . farm life appeals , . . drums get a beating . . . prefers comfortable clothing . . . Press, Orchestra, Track, Fire Marshal. Dorothy Ray , . . spends leisure on a super war scrap book . . . piano playing is her talent . . . has the urge to be a chorus girl . . . phone conversations appeal . . . Choir, Council, Pan- American, G.A.A. Frank Reale . . . sturdy Frankie falls for all kinds of sports . . . prefers sport clothes . . . picks Mr. Ruzicka as his ideal . . . poses well for pictures . . . picks the Navy . . . Baseball. Gloria Rebechini . . . "Smokey" is a veritable equestrian . . , has opinions and expresses them . . . farmers life appeals . . . long- haired music comes first . . . parents win her vote . , . Miss Farr comes next . . . Star. Choir, G.A.A. Paul Rehorst . . . shuffles cards with magic touch . . . great respect for the Cirbs . . . keeps his ear close to the dial , , . has a flare for writing short stories . . . likes Miss Lyon and Mr. Bradley. Alice Revak . . . mixing up concoctions for the sick appeals to "Scotty" . . . jewelry has a definite appeal . . . Mexico attracts . . . Latin secretary, Office Service, Dardanelles, Bowling, Hall Guard, Choir, Ir. Service, G.A.A. Thomas Riedl . . . "Tom" will have no trouble wrestling his way to California to see the Rose Bowl game . . . admires his brother , . . likes popular music . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . Spanish. Marion Robeck . . . is casual about her clothes . . . Dorsey records meet her moods . . . Mr. Ruzicka and "Bob" get her O.K .... enjoys keeping herself warm in winter . . . Student Council, Latin, Office Service, G.A.A, Eileen Romano . . . "Ei," the movie goer, is Cub fan, college- minded and hopes to globe trot . . . has an office technique . . . enjoys Miss Cahill's subtle wit . . . prefers army . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A Edwin Ross . . . likes to dabble in radio and anything electrical . . . Miss Adams is his choice . . . picks the suburb for future dwelling . . . dotes on technicolor movies . . . German, Hall Guard, Mixed Choir. Howard Ross . . . struggling with cadavers is "Howie's" ambition . . . hopes to whittle his shingle for an M.D ,... tidy sport clothes meet his approval . . . prescribes "jazz" for relaxation and rowing for exercise . . . Cheerleader, N.H.S. Dolores Russo . . . "Dolly" has a "yen" for collecting auto- graphs of famous people . . . chooses the switchboard . . . movies afford her diversion . . . classical music meets approval . . . likes Mrs. Hege . . . Council, Stein Sten, Italian, G.A.A. Albert Ryan . . . handles the cue with skill . . . prefers the life of "Riley" . . . ice skating keeps him moving . . . army shoes keep him walking . . . jazz music keeps him hopping . . . likes Marine Corps. Robert Ryan . . . sharp shooter at pool . . . his ambition is a secret . . , Miss Adams and Mr. Temple are his choice . . . "boogie-woogie" gets him going . . . Marine Corps gets him coming. Mary Sandmann . . . singing "Sandy" saves souvenir cards . . . spends time at the net . . . likes everybody, but Miss Fosse rates . . . scorns sweaters and skirts . . . cheers for the Army Air Corps . . . G.A.A. Lorraine Scavello . . , music-minded "Lorry" is at home on a horse . . . piano playing keeps her fingers nimble . . . idolizes her "mom" . . . Mrs. Hege comes next . . . sport clothes appeal . . . Stein Sten. Ioyce Schader . . . goes in for postcard collecting . . . office work has her heart . . . Miss Farr rates high . . . blouses and skirts suit her figure . . . sunny west attracts her . . . skates for fun. Nancy Schaffer . , . dancing Nancy choses to be a "hello" girl . . . a certain gob will claim her . . . dreamy music soothes her . . . Dardanelles, Council, Carrot Tops, Stein Sten, N.H.S., G.A.A. Robert Scharfe . . . "Bob" likes America's dairy land . . . foot- ball is his love . , . sport clothes fill his wardrobe . . . toboggan- ing and swimming are his diversions . . . boogie records keep coming . . . Co-captain of Football team. Marion Schluensen . . . "Yum, yum," that chocolate pie "Mar" bakes is delicious . . . the Corporal will like it . . . has a premium on a job in insurance office . . . adores "mom" . . . Dar- danelles, G.A.A. Dorothy Schultz . . . a "Miss" of few words . . . does her courting over the tennis net . . . looks to California for future home . . . adores her mother . . . scorns "boogie" . . . Dar- danelles, Ir. Service, Latin, Library, Office, N.H.S., G.A.A. Phyllis Schultz . . . tickling the ivory suits "Phil" . . . dancing keeps her stepping . . . swimming keeps her diving . . . housewife role appeals . . . sport clothes top her wardrobe . . . mother comes first . . . Chicago is preferred . . . G.A.A. Gloria Schune . . . an expert at the wheel . . . wants to climb the ladder of success . . . admires Shirley . . . idolizes parents . . . sport fan . . . Pan American, Stein Sten, Office Service, Press. Swim, Victorettes, G.A.A. Robert Schwede . . . where sand abounds and grass is scarce. there dwells "Bob" . . . food takes the cake . . . swing music and sport clothes top the list . . . Miss Rehm is his ideal . . . German, Math. Russell Scurto . . . "Lefty" boasts of no talents but does admit his "yen" for driving . . . prefers the windy city . . . wants to be a globe trotter . . . Red Cross, Student Council, Sigma Quad, R.O.T.C. Marian Seneke . . . Chicago's thoroughbred, hopes to model latest fashions for the 'Big Three" club . . . will retire on a ranch with buddies . . . chooses the Marines . . . Student Council, Green Curtain, Italian, G.A.A. Ralph Shannon . . . the chemical wizard, is a dynamo for work . . . a chemical plant will see him blossom . . . prefers suburban molecules . . . conservative taste in dress . . . Mr. Ruzicka registers high . . . Alchemstein, N.H.S. Duane Shepley . , . "Shep" says it's "good going" on the ice . . . this mermaid prefers the quiet life . . . hopes to work at Carsons . . . has athletic instructor in mind . . . popular music appeals. Robert Shuldes . . . "Bob" hides his light under a bushel . . . says little, but thinks a lot . . , all teachers please him . . . hasn't planned his future yet . . . Track, Sigma Quad, Hall Guard, Cross Country. Francis Skie . , . "Skeets" is satisfied to spend his time modeling buildings and strumming sweet Hawaiian music with Mr. Temple as his audience . . . prefers the Navy because their meals are certain. Cora Smith . . . roasting weenies and canoeing thrill "Terry" . . . idolizes "mom" . . . pals with 'ADot" . . . dances to senti- mental strains . . . has her eye on the Navy . . . Ir. Service, Stein Sten, Choir, Office Service, G.A.A. Esther Spann . . . missionary tendencies might lead our "S" to South America . . . Christian literature and hymns are her choice . . . sports have a special appeal . . . gifted talker . . . Red Cross, Choir. Robert Spurlin . . . looking for a gold coast bride . . . will offer her his foreign money collection . . . saxophone concerts will entertain her . . . Californian ranches beckon him . . . rugged clothes suit his taste . . , Football. Helen Stefansky . . . easy going "Steflie" enjoys any type of music . . . enjoys Mr. Ramsey's laugh . . . pals with Elizabeth Williams . . . skates and swims . . . Fix-it, Office Service, Latin, Pre-Medics, G.A.A. Ruth Stelbicki . . . A'Uncle Ioe for me," says she . . . give me a place by the water and good movies . . . let me take my voice on a tour . . . Navy interests her . . . Choir, G.A.A. Ray Stemke . . . beats the drum to beat the band . . . take a look at his scrap book . . . plays golf to a T . . . takes his hat off to his sister . . . Baseball, Silver Streak. Iune Stoneberg . . . graceful "Iudi" swims for fun . . . hopes to don the bridal veil soon . . . will settle in California . . . can't tear herself from "Weezie" . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . adores her parents . . . Silver Streak, G.A.A. Cecelia Swezey . . . from Beethoven to Boogie is "Cel's" reper- toire . . . admires her piano teacher . . . talented equestrian . . . sport clothes suit . . . Star, Dardanelles, Iunior Service, Press Club, G.A.A., N.H.S. Elizabeth Tarpinian . . . her box of show stubs are her pride . . . indoor pool swimming keeps her exclusive . . . Miss Weaver is her pet . . . oflice work has an appeal . . . Stein Sten, Fixit, N.H.S. Robert Taylor . . . coaching football seems great to i'Bob" . . . Colorado might be his destination . . . sport clothes comprise his wardrobe . . . hopes to get in Air Corps . . . slow music soothes . . . Football. Ronald Taylor . . . "Ron" hob-nobs with radio . . . is intimate with electrons . . . strikes for spares in bowling . . . appreciates Mr. Frelich . . . prefers Navy because of radio training . . . Visual Education, Fire Marshals. Bernice Tengerstrom . . . a certain Bluejacket keeps Bunny stitching up her hope chest . . . dancing with the right partner is her joy . , . strictly feminine wardrobe appeals . . . Silver I Streak, Stein Sten, G.A.A. In out faq? qeq A of un 4nd wvklz . . . Don Thomas . . . the skating engineer, plays the trumpet . . . picks sweet solid music . . . chooses the Navy because he likes tight clothes . . . Florida sunshine lures him . . . engineers life suits him . . . Pan American. Louise Thompson . , . A'VVeezie," the sculptress has carved a niche in Steinmetz . . , Cklahoma nearly got her . . . to make savory dishes is her ambition . . . "lumen is her shadow . . . Ofhce Service, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Vivian Thon . . . idolizes her Hmomw . . . thinks Mr. Ruzicka is very fatherly . . . skirts and blouses are her cover-all . . . Connie Garatfa is her one and all . . , spends her leisure in reading . . . G.A.A. Friederich Tirpitz . . . "Fritz," man of few words tries his hand at photography . . . has artistic temperament . . . works it out on his tropical fish . . . hopes to specialize in dentures . . . Luther Burbank is his ideal. Lorraine Totone . . . has an eye for design so Marines attract her . , . a Sinatra swooner . . , a Pasadena fan . . . a Sonja on ice . . . a devotee of art . . , that s "Toni" . . . Dantiaus, G.A.A. Grace Trefilek , . . wrap her up in a neat house dress and a housewife she will be . . . good meals for lack is her ambition . . . classical music is her pastime, warbling. her exercise. . . . Um civic dam, we did not Aliiela La Vern Tumosa . . . champion correspondent yearns to go to NW. university . . . caters to the reading habit . . . long walks N dreaming of her gob is her leisure . . . likes Mrs. Triebel . . . 1 Pan American, G.A.A. Mercedes Ugorek . . . playing piano melodies in honor of her certain sailor is "Merce's" diversion . . . adores her mother . . . chooses Mrs. Hege . . . dons sport clothes . . . falls for toboggan- ing . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A. Kermit Veggeberg . . . a wizard when it comes to bicycle riding and repairing . . . research in chemistry keeps him investigating . . . Miss Grant definitely comes first . . . mystery movies intrigue him , . . Alchemstein, Chess, Carrot Top, Orchestra, N.H.S. Iohn Verba . . . to see the world is his urge . . . likes the Army because he has to . . . has yen to collect hunting equipment . . . goes for sweet, low music, football and Al Glass, Edmund Volker . . . Chicago Bears' fan, definitely prefers foot- ball . . . baseball comes in for play, too . . . Miss Haley rates . . . father is his ideal . . . engineering is his goal . . . Star, Latin, R.O.T,C Band, Concert Band. Ramon Werlik . . . has little to say but admits a liking for swimming . . . dotes on slow, dreamy music and ultra modern sport clothes . . . thinks Steinmetz tops all schools. Donald Wesolowski . . . a star on the diamond is "Flash" . . . hopes to land a coaching job . . . goes for blue music . . . vice president of his class . . . prefers matched haberdashery . . . pals with lack . . . Polish. Iune Wharton . . , "Happy's" musical nature furnishes enjoy- ment to many . . . people interest her . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . Navy holds her heart . . . Star Editor . . . Pan American, Council, Choir, Office Service, G.A.A, Board. Press Club. La Verne Whitney . . . likes fighting spirit in man so prefers the infantry . . . "Bonnie" has an urge to play piano . . . theater ticket stubs are her weakness . . . seeks interior decorating job . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A. Rita Willert . . . headed for matrimony with Dot and lune as attendants . . . eating keeps her chewing . . . caters to exotic clothes . . . give her slow, dreamy music and a desert island . . . Office Service, Red Cross. G.A.A. Elizabeth Williams . . . safeguards the class money . . . expert violinist . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . dotes on symphony con- certs . . . collects souvenirs . . . Dardanelles, Fine Arts, Sym- phony Orchestra, Ir. Service, N.H.S., G.A.A., Class Treasurer. Nina Wolodkin . . . be on time for this senorita . . . definitely tal- ented in music . . . plays with Women's Symphony . . . surrounds herself with musical pals . . . prefers feminine dress . , . Sym- phony Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Fine Arts, Choir, N.H.S. Kvndif we Magis t, qnd 601144 we Avid . . . Carolyn Woodcock . . . "Lynn" has the travel bug . . . her flare for writing gets her around . . . wants an exciting job . . . idolizes "mom" . . . Dardanelles, Pan American, Stein Sten, Star Editor, Office Service, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Richard Zieker . . . "Zeke" is lured to loafing as he plays his sax . . . admires feminine beauty . . . Hollywood will be his destination . . . Mrs. Hege rates . . . Band, Minute Men, Council, Red Cross. Alice Zila . . . future nightingale will be a nurse and entertain her patients . . . "mom" and dad are her ideal . . . a certain sailor makes her choose the Navy . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Pan American, Choir. Betty Zimmermann . . . has no time for gum crackers . . . "Zim" leans toward the artistic . . . seeks harmony in sport clothes . . . wants to be writer for Tribune . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Stein Sten, G.A,A., Choir, N.H.S. Not Photographed: Thomas Babikian, Nicholas Bartole, lack Franklin, Mae Scurto, . . . llquled in papefz, new 4nd 014 EMMA qnd Sewice in good mea we ffqtional Hone? Society "The cream of the crop" is what we call them! Yes, these are the "studes" Steinmetz boasts as her best. From the time they entered as "little freshiesn they put their noses to the grindstone, never slackening, never giving up, tho' weary at times, they always came thru with flying colors. Now, as seniors, they are glad for their efforts. Their reward for an average is an invitation to become a member of the N.H.S. into which they are initiated by a lovely, pic- turesque, candle lighting ceremony. Row l: S. Nielsen, M. Carlson, E. Sackrison, R. Termini, T. Tucker, M. Markovitch, H. Huebner. E. Haack, I. Hansen, T. Kurzer. Row 2: L. Stuhlfauth, H. Prokopowicz, Ben- son, S. Schultz. L. Bailey, L. Urso, N. Miers, D. Sztuk, M. Danna. A. Larson, G. Moscinski. M. Rusin, C. Paoli. Row 3: M. Dray, M. Shum- icki, I. Ray, V. Sass, E. Theml, G. Wendt, D. Mackey, R. Salach, M. Pohlman, G. Anderson, C. Gutberlet. R. Carson, I. Kowalski, L. Za- wiski, A. Amundsen. M. Iohnson, E. Falken- stein, D. Eddy. L. Mroz. I. Sandri. M. McBride. Cqndle Zigi: ting Cebemonq Row l: M. Isaacson, P. Kurth. Treasurer, H. Anderson, Secretary, D. Schultz, Vice President, R. Bochte, President, Miss Braddock, E. Wil- liams. Row 2: I. Kairys, I. Mattioli, C. Wood- cock, L. Ramming, A. Macchitelli, N. Schaffer, I. Manella, B. Zimmermann. D. Hanlon, E. Tar- pinian, A. Garippo, E. Ratsch. Row 3: W. Kaczmarek, R. Shannon, K. Veggeberg, I. Bachar, R. Kathan, M. Parlatore. fNot in photographl Rita Luedtke, Iohn Neu- mer, Ray Bubien, Marion Dill, Lillian Weis- mantel. Iohn Terry, Shirley Miller, Agnes Schlenker, Elsie Marshall, Georgia Fletter. Gerry Rayspis, Ieanne Taylor, Geraldine Hart- nett, Eileen Unruh, Emily Marino, William Crane, Betty Ebel, Helene Magad, Iosephine Pinna, Mildred Edwards, Ruth LeBlanc. Marion Rusin, Secretary, Theresa Tucker, Treasurer, Victor Buhrke, President, lack Peterson, Vice Pres- ident. une C1444 0 ficeu qnd S'ponAv2 Class officers play an important part in promoting recre- ational activities that are in keeping with the social standards of the class which they represent. The hand- some foursome above have served their comrades well under the efficient guidance of their enthusiastic and resourceful sponsor, who has been an inspiration to them for the past few years. Miss Agnes Polka, Sponsor. W, ,sv N 1 ig R3 is X X an if , ' "' ff--A 'jf 'gui' X is 'N ' 'Q J 1 Xe-nf, Xi, N-Q. v A? if , ug, ,E Q-nu, V A 1 f Y 1 ww 1 P 14" ff .mx M , xx X L I ZW W N M ' x p r l W M N-1 , Q . 4,1 f- 'A Jai' 4'- ,if .JK xx 5 wr xl Q, .xg ": if O 4 F ' 1 Q me . " s ? r 'fu 5 ' ,,3 f5 Q . my . ' A K Q Q. pw 4 5 ' s ki if ' v s X 4.5, 4 ,5 an 1 l Y Rose Alberti . . . musical "Shorty" plays the piano and clarinet . . . delights in ice skating . . . future office worker . . . Chicago is good enough for her . . . prefers sports clothes . . . winks at the Navy . . . Italian, Band, G.A.A. Dorothy Albrecht . . . "Dottie" dotes on dancing. . . dabbles in popular music . , . bowling and tobogganing keep the lassie moving . . . Mr. Bradley fills the bill . , . her mother takes the cake . . . G.A.A. Norma Alfred . . . a veritable mermaid is our "Norm" , . . excels on skates, too . . . prefers Chicago and Miss Farr . . . Choir, Student Council, Red Cross, Pan American. Swim, Leaders, G.A.A. Niels Allerup . . . a skipper on the briny deep our 'APete" prefers to be . . . in submarine strategy he shines . . . sea ballads are his pick . . . so is Mr. Downey . . . Council, Red Cross. Dolores Ames . . . painting plaques pleases A'Dee" . . , rocks herself free from boredom . . . has designs on China . , . loves her "mom" . . . swimming and skating attract . . . prefers Chicago . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A., Latin, Hall Guard. Alice Amundsen . . . active "Al" swims, skis and bowls . . . "weiner" roasts are her favorites . . . pajama parties seem a must . . . anything humorous goes . . , future secretary will live in Washington . . . Dardanelles, Iunior Service, G.A.A.. N.H.S. Walter Anderko . . . loves his Buick . . . claims no talents . . . hasn't found his hobby . . . gridiron practice keeps him busy . . . Mr. Downey inspires him , . . has a warm spot for the Navy Air Corps. Dorothy Anderson . . . surf-board riding pulls "Dot" along . . . will lead a model life . . . hears the call of California . . . parties and more parties, please . , . Clean Up, Latin, Swim, Red Cross, G.A.A. George Anderson . . . trumpet tooting "Andy" excels at building barges . . . future lies in engineering . . . has aristocratic taste in music and drama . . . a stamp here and a stamp rare he prefers . . . Alchemstein, Band, N.H.S. Geraldine Anderson . . . twirls the baton with grace . . . has the lofty ambition to reach five feet . . . future Navy nurse . . . Florida appeals . . . mystery stories mystify her . . . Silver Streak, War Office, Band, G.A.A. Iames Arnoldi . . . strong on the blue prints . . . plans archi- tecture as a career . . . hopes to Htoughen up" in the Army . . . hockey and hunting are his pleasures . . . Mr. Pfeil is his choice. Kurt Arntzen . . . "Arnie" took to the Navy . . . water has always been his love . . . has enough of it now . . . hopes to "Bea" out soon . . . has future with his father . . . Football, Swim. Norton Aronfeld . . . trumpet-tooting "Norty" likes to take the stump . . . honesty counts with him . . . cherishes the memory of Mr. Moody . . . enjoys dancing . . . Latin, Minute Men, Choir, Red Cross. Iosephine Arrahito . . . crooner A'Toni" thrives on food in warm climate . . . cheers for dad's red hair . , . has a treasure box of movie stars and menus . . . winks at the Army . . . Choir. Italian, G.A.A. Lorraine Bailey . . . "Scotty," the loafer, idolizes "mom" and Miss Farr . . . hopes to be a psychologist . . . Maryland has charm for her . . . dotes on dancing . . . pursues football games . . . Choir, lunior Service, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S, Walker Balk . . . Navy is best because it teaches a trade . . . spends time twirling around on the ice . . . hills of Minnesota call the youth . . . Bulldog Turner is his ideal . . . admires Mr. Holms . . . Football. Iohn Ballack . . . the extraction specialist will make dentures for doughboys . . . model airplane making is his hobby . . . tee shirts and overalls suit his fancy . . . so does Mr, Holm . . . Council, Football. Lorraine Barsz . . . picnic parties please "Lorry" . . . a model life would consist of modeling clothes in California . . . Miss Adams is her guiding light . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . enjoys collecting pictures of friends . . . G.A.A. Audrey Bartel . . . "Aud" leans to life on a farm . . . hoarding keepsakes as memories for her old age is her hobby . , . hopes to win a farmer's heart . . . Swim, Office Service, Red Cross, G.A.A. Betty Bartolucci . . . the culinary arts appeal to "Betsy" . . . will remain in the windy city . . . movies and music keep her entertained . . . swimming and skating keep her active . . . Student Council, G.A.A. Vera Barton . . . V. V., the ice wonder, hopes to type her way to Sears Roebuck . , . 4'Gee whiz," says she, "I go for suits." , . . give her slow music and Mrs. Bade . . . Hall Guards, G,A.A. Faythe Becker . . . "Shorty" is headed for an oflice job as typist . . . dancing and acting come natural . . . Navy ranks for a certain someone , . . brother tops all . . . Hall Guard, French. Ieanne Becker . . . HRed" wants to be a vocalist with a name band . . . she piles up Haymes' records . . . idolizes brother Vince . , . thrills to sentimental music . . . Carrot Tops. Choir, G.A.A. Dorothy Behnke . . . "Dots" fingers keep busy making hope- chest articles . , . looks like a honeymoon to California . . . mother is her pet, Miss Rasmussen her inspiration . . . caters to fussy dresses and classical music, Richard Bellio . . . nothing false about A'Dickey," but the teeth he expects to make . . . tropical fish his hobby . . . people interest him . . . mother is his ideal . . . sax and clarinet fascinate . . . Italian, Swim. Mary Benedetto . . . "Bene," the pillow top collector, goes for bowling . . . Washington beckons, Miss Thorsson attracts, music allures, swimming exhilarates, Navy appeals . . . Red Cross. Student Council, Library, Minute Men, G.A.A, Adelle Benning . . . the singing cook goes in for long hikes . . . has a sense of humor . . . likes the role of a housewife . . . Miss Farr is her pet . . . Hall Guard, Girls' Choir, G.A,A. , nf' C'4lzeA 4nd covlzieef foe tlie 6vqA . . . loan Benson . . . future writer . . . farming and skiing preferred . . . enjoys the "Kits" . . . all kinds of music rate . . . Red Cross. As You Like lt, Latin, Star Staff, Press, Dardanelles, N.H.S. Robert Berg . . . likes best the lady who serves food . . . has not discovered his talents yet . . . loafing at Grass Lake gives him a thrill . . . has a little liking for music . . . Navy comes first. Peter Best , , . P. our Gene Krupa on the drums . , , basket- ball and bands keep him stepping . . . loud clothes is his choice, Mr. Herrich his model . . . strong for the Army . . . Minute Men, Police. Loraine Betley . . . spends leisure in collecting "snaps" . . . loyal to Chicago . . . hopes to adorn some office . . . gifted in ballroom dancing . . . swimming is her diversion . . . at home in a dress shop . . . G.A.A. Ray Bielawa . . . shines on the gridiron . . . gets 'em in the baskets . . . Ron Pearsoi. is his shadow . . . Miss Landrigan is his friend . . . the soothsiyer sees him as a football coach . . . Co-captain of Football. I Wanda Bieniak . . . ca'ts and tennis appeal to this chattering berry blonde . , , "Windy" longs to be Wax'e ofiicer . . . loyal to dear old 'AChi" . , . enjoys books . . . Polish, Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A. . . . Zlfeke Aent many without much noi e Don Biskner . . . "Bisk" likes to keep moving especially on the water . . . hamburgers top the menus . . . boogie entertains him . . . selects grandfather as his ideal, Mr. Pfeil as his favorite . . . prefers Chicago. Amold Bitterman . . . California might claim our A'Arnie," some day , . . there he might eleetrify the world as an engineer . . . likes to croon and dance . . . Fixit, Sigma Squad, Red Cross. Marilyn Bjork . . . looking for a way to eat loads and stay thin . . . definitely the dramatic type , . . dotes on diving . . . chooses Mrs. Beach . . . Dardanelles, Choir, Green Curtain, Clean Up, Pan American, G.A,A. Grace Bjornson . . . light on her feet, but heavy on mystery stories, describes "Gracie" . . . boat-riding with a certain someone at the oars is her delight . . . Tribune reporter is her dream , . . G.A.A. Louise Blikowski . . . falls for dancing . . . hopes to be happily wedded like "mom" and dad . . . looks to the eastern coast for her honeymoon . . . has social service aims . . . Library, Polish. Lorrain Borowski . . . mystery books comprise her library . . . will retire to a ranch . . . music and movies are a must . . . Mrs. Soderberg is a honey . , . Polish. Stein Sten, G.A.A. Rosemarie Bradtke . . . "Succi" is still looking for her talents . . . Miss Landrigan might help her find them . . . hopes to land south of the border . . . oh for football games and boogie woogie . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten. Patricia Braman . . . penny picking MPat" has her eye on travel and a small oiiice . . . swims and skates to dreamy music . . . worships "Mom" . . . admires Theresa Kurzer . . . Ofiice Serv- ice, Hall Guard, Library, G.A.A. David Breitsprecher . . . jig-saws keep him puzzled . . . baseball keeps MSleepy" awake . . . brother Paul sets the pattern . . . comfortable attire suits him . . . he's the much-traveled "kid" . . . prefers civilian life . . . Choir, Student Council. Evelyn Brettner . . . peppy people please 'AEv" . . . boogie on the piano sets her going . . . stacks up silver dollars . . . hopes to visit Europe . . . dislikes dress shoes and slack combination . . . Hall Guard, Choir, French. Lorraine Brochocki . . . soft, dreamy piano numbers are A'Lor's" weakness . . . silver hobby keeps her polishing . . . holds "mom" as her model . . . Miss Landrigan scores . . . wears fitted togs well . . . Pan-American, Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Ruth Bubert . . . the Winsome candy "kid" adores her Umom" . . . battles the keyboard . . . loves Spanish . . . her hobby is getting off at the wrong corner . . . admires Miss Farr . . . falls for the ice . . . GAA. We te ptvud tv 5444, we dld out Aimee . . . kj ff? ,X ' if Ray Buhien . . . the Kenosha kidl full pp id s arid dr 'atic ability . . . hopes to be a big business mrth . .A ay talsmfliss Ygtter as his partner . . , Council, Sig a Qgqadg Fixit, Green Ciiggain, Star. '- , XX ' , It " Robirt Budacki . . . will head for success slktpmmlhq his guitar . . . Wayne Kings orchestra hits the spot . . .lyk Park calls him . . . baseball games are his diversion ... . hockey gets applause . . . French. Victor Buhrke . . . would rather swim than eat . . . has a taste for music . . . popular "guy" among his fellow students . . . next to "mom" comes Miss Landrigan . . . Fixit, Sigma Quad, Council, Class President. Patricia Burke . . . will form a hiking club with Ioan Lieske . . . some Chicago loop store will hire her . , . slacks, sweaters and "boogie" get her vote . . . Clean Up, Choir, G.A.A., As We Like lt. William Burke . . . picture Bill with kodak, snapping UVic" Buhrke for Daily Times . . . loose sport clothes . . . in Lake Geneva with "Mom" . . . Sigma Quad, Carrot Tops, Student Council, Clean Up, Fire Marshal, Hall Guard. Evelyn Burkey . . . a gift from Taft . . . thinks Steinmetz kids are best . , . summer resorts keep her busy . . . tobogganing is her favorite sport . . . delights digging into her souvenir collec- tion . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. . . . When Mging wat md in the qitf. Ward Burkhardt . . . raising fine steeds is "Tex's" ambition . . . Wyoming is the place . . . Mr. Fitzgerald comes first . . . Bon Tons come next . . . loud splashy clothes get his OK. . . . Sigma Quad, Fire Marshal. Constance Burra . . . chooses music to suit her mood . . . takes time out to play the piano . . . has a yen to see the world . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . Polish, Office Service. G.A.A. Donna Buschart . . . takes to cutting . . . outstanding rooter at football games . . . has an understanding mother . . . slick, dynamic clothes are her choice . . . Mr. Temple gets her vote . . . Clean Up, G,A.A. Delores Calwas , . . HLorrie" possesses a flair for music . . . likes suburban air , . . has penny postcards by the ton . . . typing is her speed , . . movies take her dough , . . Council, Minute Men, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Katherine Caravello . . . has lofty ambition, hopes to be a plane pilot . . . match cover collecting is her hobby . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . Lindberg comes in for praise . . . loafing isn't bad . . . G.A.A, Marion Carlson . . . hopes to invent stay-white shoe cleaner . . . past master at accumulating insignia of all kinds . . . favors Miss Farr . . . misses Mr. O'Hearn . . . has teacher tendencies . . . Dardanelles. Oflice Service, Red Cross, N.H.S. Louise Carson . . . wafts sweet scents from her perfume collec- tion as she tickles off a tune . . . college-minded "Lou" salutes Mrs. Soderberg . . . picks Marion as her chum . . . Air Corps is her heart throb . . . G.A.A. Robert Carson . . . picks infantry where game and not fame counts . . . outdoor sports appeal . . . Mr. Pfeil rates . . . aims his target at electrical engineering . . . prefers comfort to style . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Rifle Team, Picked Platoon, N.H.S. Millie Castrogiovanni . . . the coming seamstress would like to sew herself a few inches taller . . . sacred music soothes her . . . Spanish stirs her . . . parties cheer her . . . picks Miss Landrigan . . . Dardanelles and Stein-Sten Club. Ioseph Castronovo . . . card tricks intrigue 'iCassy" . . . will demonstrate them on his dude ranch . . . fond of eating . . . Sigma Quad, Chess, Latin, Fire Marshal, Alchemstein, Rifle Team, Picked Platoon, Hall Guard, ' Philip Catania . . . talented record salesman tries his hand at photography . . . softball makes him hard . . . Miss Kilgour and Miss Farr are his pals . . , Helen Iacobson comes in for admira- tion . . . prefers jazz music. Richard Chamberlain . . , too modest to commit himself about his talents . . . chemistry is his long shot . . . fishing is his line . . . dad is his ideal . . . conservative taste in music . . . Rifle Team, French, Choir. Amerigo Chiaruttini . . . "Mac" falls for the diamond . . . likes to make baskets . . . sweet mellow music soothes him . . . swims like a duck . . . has a yen for Colorado . . . Sigma Quad, Track, Basketball. Betty Christopher . . . this candy kid will make a name at Andes . . . thinks Mrs. Soderberg is so understanding . . . give her "Rosie" and a fireside with dreamy music on the radio . . . G.A.A. Marion Cieszki . . . drawing, baseball and skating tops with him . . . future draftsman will work in California . . . hay rides take the cake . . . dancing keeps him stepping . . . sport clothes are solid . . . Sigma Quad, Hall Guard. Rosemary Cimino . . . three i'rahs" for Mrs. Taglia and Guy . . . will keep the "gals" in New York beautiful in her beauty parlor . . . her expert correspondence wins friends by its cartoons . . . Italian, French. I ' v Leonard Ciolek . . . "Cookie" gives lip service on the harmonica . . . sports are his hobby . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his backer . . . goes for intramurals . . . Stemke is his pattern . . . boogie for him . . . Sigma Quad. Robert Clark . . . definitely set upon a flying career . . . happy when viewing air shows . . . picks Mr. Herrick and his brother as models . . . faithful worker behind the scenes . . . aesthetic taste in music . . . Stage Crew. James Clouston . . . "jim" definitely is a sports addict . . . pre- fers semi-splashy togs . . , leans to soft mellow music . . . admires Lou Possehl . . . favors Colorado . . . Sigma Quad, Track, Basketball, Letterman. Catherine Colaianni . . . a pearl when it comes to knitting . . . a 'iwhizn at the accordion . . . a "bang" at the typewriter . . . a model in sport clothes . . , a pal to Gloria . . , a worshipper of "mom." Phyllis Colette . . , "Liz" decks herself in sister's jewelry . . . has her fun at musical comedies . . . hopes her journalistic tend- encies will blossom , . . sun tanning is her specialty . . . cuts a figure on ice . . . G.A.A. Enes Collin . . . twinkle toes likes to skate . . . nursing is her ambition . . . at home in the air , . . selects Rita Gerlovich . . . will swim to success . . . likes Miss Thorsson . . . to all she's Alice Comerford . . . is frank to say she likes Miss Kilburn . . . "Alien swims and skates . . . likes tall blondes . . . swing music keeps her swaying . . . sports clothes are her pick . . . G.A.A. Phyllis Conforti . . . "Philco," tall, willowy skater decks herself in sports clothes . . . paint brush and she go hand in hand . . . debating between commercial art career or marriage , . . Silver Streak, Choir, Clean Up. Michael Conoboy . . . A'Mickey" turns wood into masterpieces . . . likes odds and ends so chooses to own a delicatessen . . . prefers to spruce up in dressy clothes . , . Carrot Top, Choir, Red Cross, French. Colleen Corbett . . . whiles away her time writing letters . . . tobogganing thrills her . . . a future senorita of South America . . . dancing delights . . . mom and dad are ideals . . . grants Miss Grant as choice . . . G.A.A. Anthony Corrado . . . "Tony," the C.P,A., goes for figures . . . "Oh boy" how he likes "Boogie" with friends around him . . . prefers Mr. Chidester , . . selects Bellio as his pal . . , Spanish, Red Cross, Sigma Quad, Richard Corrado . . . i'Dick" wields paint brushes to the tune of Sinatra's singing . . . each stroke a dream of a submarine patrol . . . Red Cross, Clean Up, PanfAmerican, Sigma Quad, Swim. Ursula Cosentino . . . "Dolly" ex-rays people's characters . . . abhors conceit . . . adores dressy clothes . . . likes to eat . . . puts off dieting . . . despises clicks that run everything . . . Latin, Council, Pan-American, Hall Guard, G.A.A. William Crane . . . definitely a gun man, but not the harmful kind . . . hopes to work in Field's gun and tackle shop . . . a soldier to a "T" , . . admires Sgt. Frisch . , . Alchemstein, R.O.T,C. Charles Cump . . . competes with women for talking champion- ship . . . will make a good salesman . . . bowls in his spare time . . . golfs when his pockets jingle . . . Miss Cahill and "mom" are his feminine choices. ' Paul Cushing . . . "Cush" whiles away his time whistling . . . ping pong and oil painting are tops . . . leans toward an artistic career . . . will live where food is good . . . Sigma Quad, Clean Up. Donald Cyrier . . . figures count with him . . . dial turning is his pastime . . . girls fascinate him . . . popular music thrills . . . sports clothes empty his pockets . . . would rather swim than eat . . . Hall Guard, Fire Marshal. Mary Danna . . . give her the wild. woolly west, a host of good friends, a wardrobe of sports clothes and her vacation is com- plete . . . prefers Army . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G.A.A., N.H.S. Geraldine Dearing . . . "Slim" sings and dances . . . "Hubal huba!", how she loves sweet, slow music . . . collects match covegjkx hopes she strikes a good match to cover her dreams Dorothy Debler . . . the "hello girl" relaxes reading funnies . . . keeping house strikes her fancy , . . Mrs. Fausel is her pal . . . modern sports clothes are her style . . . Navy rates . . . Hall Guard. Edelweiss Verein, G.A.A. Philip De Grado . . . likes community singing . . . future busi- ness director . , . plans on an estate in Oak Park . . . refined tastes predominate . . . appreciates Miss Sutherland and Mrs. Taglia . . . loyal football fan , . . Choral. Italian. Cecilia De Marco . . . "Ce" goes for Mars bars . , . piano play- ing keeps her in tune . . . skirts and blouses keep her purse empty . . . "Mom" is her pet . . . Clean Up, Ir. Choir, Orches- tra, G.A.A. Carl Di Cicco . . . the air minded, leans to baseball . . . movies hewitch him . . . marines bestir him . . . father pleases him . . . colorful Colorado beckons him westward . . . to his friends he is "Cisco," Carole Di Cicco . . . send 'iDickie" a postcard, and she's happy . . . football and baseball fan . . . i'mom" is her ideal . . . a Connecticut farm, her goal . . . Stein Sten, Choir, Red Cross, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Charlene Dick . , . seeks quiet places to nose dive into books . . . displays artistic talent in fine dishes . . . nimble feet dance to jive . . . handling Hgures is her calling . . . Hall Guard, Library, Clean Up. Delores Diduch . . . holding down the telephone line is her best pastime . . . roller rink is her haunt . . . Miss Farr strikes her fancy . . . sentimental music thrills . . . Ir. Choir. Stein Sten, Red Cross, G.A.A. Bettvlou Diephouse . . . pa's chorus is her hobby . . . "mom" is her inspiration . . . fiddles away for fun . . . likes humorous entertainment . . . winks at the Navy . . . likes the i'Iugs" . . . Dardanelles, Orchestra, French, Choir, G.A.A. Marion Dill . . . the friendly type spends her leisure collecting menus . . . clicks with skating . . . army appeals because there's something about a soldier . . . Clean Up, Dardanelles, Choir, Swim, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Vita Di Matteo . . . designing clothes for 5 x 5's is 'iVi's" ambi- tion . . . the songbird seamstress thrives on "Boogie" . . . admires Mrs. Gross . . . at home on a horse . . . Mixed Choir, G.A.A., Fine Arts. Rosemary Di Tardi . . . always Di Tardi, but never late, that's our 'iMicky" . . . just hear her play that accordion for Pete's sake . . . likes clean sports and snow fights . . . scorns fussy clothes . , . G.A.A, Bert Domek . . , has a musical trend and a curious mind . . . experiments on his 'ijalopeu . . . medical field calls him . . . Miss Viehoff gets his vote . . . Navy scores high . . . Math, Alchemsteirl, Latin. Donald Doneqan . . . ice skating cuts a figure with "Don" . , . prefers Chicago sunshine . . . "mom" spells the ideal . . , tackle and clubs keep him fishing and golfing . . , moderation in clothes is a must . , . Sigma Quad, Hall Guard. Raymond Dour . . . to sleep and to eat is Ray's delight . . . mountain life lures him . . . cakes a whack at bowling . . . hopes to land a job in a mint . . . military life has no appeal. Dolores Dowling . . . surrounds herself with photographs . . . finds diversion in skating . . . has her eye on an office job . , . idolizes "mom" and Miss Kilburn , . . double features win applause . . . Minute Men, G.A.A. Marilyn Dray . . . Russia draws her attention . . . offers helpful advice on interior decorating . . . destined to propound cosmetic wonders in Lelong laboratories . , . Miss Feely will get samples . . . Pan American, Alchemstein, Dardanelles, Cv.A.A., N.H.S. Diane Dressler . . . dancing and eating please 'iQueenie" . . . a devotee of Latin America . . . concert pianist is her goal , . . selects Miss Landrigan . . . "mom" is her ideal . . . father is her pride . . . Concert Band. Orchestra, G.A.A. Ralph Duke . . . the name smacks of royalty . . . bike riding and skating keep "Duke" close to nature . . . add to this Hmomf' dad and a few friends, and theres happiness supreme. Rosemarie Durante . . . "Shorty" will be a dietician . . . will watch your weight . . . spends her time reading, loafing and sailing . . . has an ear for operettas . . . Alchemstein, Italian, Red Cross. Tlaeke weee fqtewelb fo? the 60114 who went . . . Dolores Dvorak . . . has designs on a shop in Hollywood . . . will look for Miss Landrigan and Io . . . Cugat's records please . . . biking and swimming keep her tit . . . Clean Up, Hall Guard, Ir. Service, Council. Thomas Dyrda , . . "Tomak" has special talent for repairing odds and ends . . . sports minded, enjoys baseball, football and basketball . . . future professional ball player , . . will work in Cubs Park . . . Mr. Nalecz is his choice. Pearl Dziedzic . . . "Boots" dances around collecting pictures . . . sings to beat the band . . . Marines stand a chance . . . goes for sport clothes . . . at home on a horse . . . "Mom" comes in for praise . . . Polish. Betty lane Ebel . . . "Giggles" welds, makes up new words . . . doesn't like work, but nice people appeal . . . Dardanelles, Council, Choir, Silver Streak. Iunior Service, Gym Secretary, G.A.A. Dolores Ebenroth . . . "Do" has a sock full of silver dollars . . . tobogganing gets her down . . . Mrs. Hege lifts her . . . baseball games keep her screaming . . . soft, sweet music for her . . . G.A.A., Ring Committee. Doris Eddy . . . misses Mr. O'Hearn . . . confides in Miss Yetter . . . has jaunted through all the western states . . . hopes to take dictation soon , . . Hawaiian music soothes . . . Council, Stein Sten, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. . . . 702 well we knew juAt wlaqt tlaqt me nt. Edward Edwards . . . "Eddie" likes to exercise his vocal cords . . . not long on education. but strong for Miss Feely . . . Chicago is his love . . . will land in the Army . . . Boys' Choir. Mildred Edwards . . , "the scribe" loves to write letters . . . suburbs are her choice . . . Miss Landrigan is her pet . . . music is a must . . . Dardanelles, Pan American, Silver Streak. Hall Guard, G,A.A. Marylyn Eilers . . . "Lyn" dashes off a letter between piano performances . . , winter winds have no charms for her . . . dad's ofiice is her workshop . . , thrills to slow sentimental harmony . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iune Ekberg . . . placid Iune loves to loaf, but gets a kick out of horseback riding . . . would like to bowl with Mrs. Beach . . . chums with Carol . . . future artist . , . G.A.A. Warren Elke . . . with his head in the clouds he expects to fly to success . . . picks a lonely island for solace . . . Mr. Bradley's jokes please . . . his feet have touched many states . . . Sigma Quad. Marguerite Engels . . . needs a special room for her souvenirs . . . . likes to sit by the fireside and dream . , . hopes she's strong when she grows old . . . Army appeals and good music pleases. l Kat IA Z dm, 4nd IA George Fialco . . . "Twin" motorcycles well . . . hopes to reach South America . . . sets the style in sports attire . . . has an ear for good music . . . it runs in the family . . . Council, Sigma Quad. Raymond Fialco . , . the man with the muscle takes to weight lifting . . . pheasants are his target . . . fish stories are his specialty . . . engineer seems to be his calling . . . Navy clothes appeal . , . Sigma Quad. Don Fiducci . . . sailing high in his air plane is "D's" ambition . . . his father is his co-pilot . . . seeks the quiet spot to dwell . . . Miss Farr excels . . . Fixit, Sigma Quad. Muriel Finnemore . . . the needle woman takes time off for'a whirl on her bike . . . if she must work, then it's typing shell do . . . a tail gunner will rescue her . . . G.A.A. Theodore Flesor . . . "give me slow. sweet music," says he . . . "put me on a train to Wisconsin headed for the gridiron, with sports togs on my back and brother by my side" . . . Latin, Basketball. , Geo 'a Fletter , . . a jewek from Taft has "See Chicago" as her mott . . . stage attracts ' sportsuczbthesf su't . . . freezing is her inter pastime . .34 ardane s, Fixit,f,'GXben Curtain, Ste' - ten, Rjd Crosy, G.A:, . JV JJV i 1 A K f Qc y If 1' f J J Normaiean Erickson . . . future veterinarian hopes to live in California . . . horsebacking and training animals delight her . . . sweaters and skirts fill her wardrobe . . . prefers the Air Corps . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. l Iames Eudeikis , . . friendly Iim builds planes and writes plays . . . has radio future . . . Star, Fixflt, Green Curtain, Boys' Choir, Orchestra, Sigma Quad, Choral Society, As You Like It, Student Council. Lois Evensen . . . the bachelor girl, prefers career to matrimony, says she . . . dress designing sends her "ga-ga" . . . has college ambition . . . selects the Army . . . Red Cross, Hall Guard, Student Council, G.A.A. Elsie Falkenstein . . . "Liz" likes to study people . . . hopes to capitalize on her piano playing . . . honest "Abe" is her ideal . , . corduroy jackets appeal . . , Council, Office Service, Alchem- stein, Red Cross, Dardanelles, V. Pres. of Iunior class, N.H.S. Gloria Farina . . . "Glo" knows how to pile up a saucy soda . . . clings to storybook dolls . . . likes Miss Haley . . . asks Santa for a sled . . . seeks employment in Tribune office . . . G.A.A., Hall Guard. Lorraine Fedro . . . will draw her pay by drawing for a com- mercial artist company , . . perfume bottles adorn her boudoir . . . winter pastime is keeping warm . . , Polish, Hall Guard, Clean Up, Lunch Room Police, G.A.A. too... ,I " g, iXg.f.j . Changed the Alfie fum gem, to Hue. Howard Ford . . . baseball diamond sparkles for him . . . Stan Hack is his ideal . . . Livermore comes next . . . comedy is his preference . . . sweet, low music calms him , . . Spanish, Base- ball, Basketball, Lunchroom Police. Norbert Formella . . . at home on the ice . . . a good listener . . . traveling is his ambition . . . modeling airplanes is one of his many sidelines . . . Miss Thorsson is his favorite . . . selects the Navy, Marjorie Frankenberg . . . ambitious to cultivate a perpetual smile . . . prefers the wide plains of Texas . . . hums along with popular tunes . . . Navy attracts her eye . . . Minute Men. Pan American, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Helen Frankowski . . . 'AFrankie" is frank in saying she likes to loaf . . . skiing, skating and bowling keep her busy . . . likes Miss Landrigan . . . Pan-American, Silver Streak, Fixit, Stein- Sten, G.A.A. Rosemary Fredrickson . . . "away to the suburbs for me," says she . . . there to swim, skate, dance and pursue a career . . . no imbibers are welcome . . . Pan-American, As You Like It, G.A.A. William Frey . . . piles up an assortment of guns . . . hunting is his escape . . . butter and eggs have an appeal . . . Mr. Temple will be his customer . . . Marines may land him yet . . . Student Council. Theresa Fricano . . . titian top Terry, the hat modeler, favors Mr. Ramsey-and Grandmother . . . Navy scores, too . . . California rates . . . dancing tops . . . Carrot Tops, Office Service, Choir, Italian, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iune Frye . . . hopes her writing ambitions will materialize . . . winter firesides, summer showers suit her moods . . . easy street for her . . . likes Mr. Frelich . , . Hall Guard, Clean Up, As We Like It, G.A.A. Suzanne Gall . . . plays the accordion . , . collects souvenirs . . . ought to make a model housewife . , . suburbs attract her . . . Mother is her pal . . . office work holds her interest . . . so does Mr. Frelich . . . G.A.A. Aldine Galloni . . . "Chickey" dances a bit . . . pins her hopes to 300 score in bowling . . . to make modeling her side line . . . tieless boys annoy her . . . sunny Florida calls her . . . horse- back riding pleases . . . G.A.A. Marie Galluzzo . . . apples and books score . . . a candy kid in summer . . . favors Miss Kilburn . . . goes in for match book collecting . . . prefers the A'gobs" . . . likes dreamy music . . . Fixit, Hall Guard. Linus Galuska . . . high flying fascinates A'Liny," the harmonica expert . . . farm life with plenty of ice cream wins approval . . . he's game when there's game to hunt . . . clothes don't bother this farmer. Doloris Garb . . . 'ADee" likes to slumber . . . banking hours suit her . . . so does a certain A'gob" . . . to make good is her aim . , . Miss Kilgour rates . . . Clean Up, Choir, Qflice Service, Bowling, G.A.A. Angelo Garzonetti . . . summer work in a cemetery keeps him alive . . . Texas plains invite him . . . Miss Selinger scores . . . model airplanes are his pastime . . . loud ties are his specialty . . . Hall Guard, Choir. Anne Gaydula . . . remember 'AAnnie," when housewife role claims you, bowling, loafing and ice skating go out . . , a cer- tain sailor will claim her . . . California might be her future home . . . French. G,A,A. Iohn Gehringer . . , gets a kick out of football . . . modeling air planes will pay dividends later . . . admires his lady love . . . hopes to settle in California . . . prefers South American music . . . Football, Track. Thomas Genuk . . . "Goont" plays the 'Ago to me and come from" . . . if you have an odd stamp, hand it to Tom . . . a radio fan with football broadcasts . . . Student Council, Stein-Verein. Raymond Gerber . . . chooses Navy to avoid footaches . . . an ardent Cub fan . , . hopes to shock the world with his electrical engineering . . . weighty comedy keeps him amused . . . Mr. Pfeil is his bosom friend . . . Math. Rita Gerlovich . . . "Reet," a swimming nurse will travel afar . . . her music wins applause . . . books keep her busy and so does Diane Dressler . . . As You Like 'lt, Pan-American, Con- cert Band . . . G.A.A. r i , , 5- Robert Gigante . , . "Senator" likes to dress for the occasion . . . stage life rates high and Mr. Ramsey, too . . . prefers classical music . . . President of Fixit Club . . . Green Curtain, Sigma Quad, Student Council, Star. Ruth Gilke , . , piano playing "Rudy" will travel in the future . . . has college aspirations . . . bowling is her diversion . . . goes for casual clothes and fussy ones are out . . . Dardanelles, Red Cross, Library, Choir, G.A.A. Thelma Gordon . . . a senorita of few words, but has hidden tal- ents . . . her winsome smile will win you . . . picks mother as her model . . . sports clothes appeal . . . Silver Streak, Office Serv- ice, G.A,A. Ann Gowdy . . . genial A'Liz" likes nursing . . . prefers Wesley Memorial . . . adores Miss Farr . . . swimming and skating occupy her leisure . . . Student Council, Minute Men, Latin, French, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Theresa Graczyk . . . snow flies when Terry gets a shoveling . . . excels in tripping the light fantastic . . . her future is in the bag . . . prefers the Air Corps . . . has loft ideas . . . Carrot Tops, Chorus. Eileen Greene . . . dealing with "stiHs" is her undertaking with "torchy" tunes to cheer her . . . snowball scraps delight her . , . mother is her idol . . . As You Like It, Pan-American, G.A.A. Paul Greene . , . leans to the artistic . . . hopes to guard his country's coast . . . decorating planes might be his calling . . . Mr. Havlicek is in the swim . . . neat, not showy clothes for him . . . Choir. lean Gresham . . . has a yearning for the west . . . skates to keep trim . . . swims to keep from drowning . . . dances to get places . . . idolizes A'mom" . . . selects Miss Kilburn . . . junior Choir, G.A.A. Lillian Grexa . . . "Blondie" would like a job modeling mat- tresses . . . delights in pinning herself up with costume jewelry . . . artist's colony is her future home . . . a certain red head shines . . . Choir, Visual Ed. Iune Gringer . . . claims title to champion loafer . . . a star at telling "corney" jokes . . . prefers bell-bottomed trousers . . . there's a Winchell in her life. not Walter . . . Student Council, Red Cross. Choir, G.A.A. Iames Griseto . . . works in a cemetery, but doesn't bury his talent in music . . . tackles all sports . . . has a musical touch . . . civilian life is his choice . . . a thoroughbred Chicagoan . . . Phil Catania rates. Arnold Groe . . . A'Arnie" is reticent about his ambitions and talents . . . people in general please him . , . wants to travel . . . prefers to do it in civies rather than in uniform . . . likes Miss Grant. Barbara Gross . . , "Babs" has a mania for accumulating pins, postcards, chums . . . bag the sweater and shorten the skirt and you'll satisfy her , . . Army boys attract her . . . G.A.A. Sylvia Guerra . . . "Slim" skates the pounds away . . . a con, vertible coupe cops her dreams . . . soft, dreamy music keeps her in step . . . Mrs. Beach is her pet , , , prefers sports clothes . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Charles Gutberlet . . . chemical mixtures intrigue "Chuck" . . , will try out mechanical engineering in California . . . always in a hurry, but slows down to greet Mr. Temple and cheer his pals at the gridiron . . . N.l'l.S. Elaine Haack . . . is up in the air when it comes to planes . . . plenty of leisure is the secret of her calmness . . . postcard collecting is her hobby . . . Chicago suits her . . . Pan- American, N.H.S. Shirley Hall . . . "Kitten," the coquette trips the light fantastic to the rhythm of her favorite love songs . . . misses her dancing sailor . . . delights in dress clothes and high heels , . . idolizes Mmom" . . . G.A.A. Betty Hammang . . . talented dishwasher takes time out to do a little cycling . . . will be a noted twinkle-toe on the ice . . . likes potatoes so chooses Idaho . . . Edelweiss Verein. G.A.A. Clifford Handzel . . . "Skip" knows his piano . . . might design the future Chicago . . . has architectural tendencies . . . Lloyd Wi'ight is his pattern . . . at home in water, but prefers the desert . . . understands "plane" language. Iohn Hansen . . . claims no talents. admits no hobbies but excels in swimming . . . likes to get at the bottom of things so research is his future . . . conservative clothes for him . . . Sigma Quad, Choir. Ioy Hansen . . . "Pepper" sings and collects snapshots . . . future secretary likes swimming and skating . , . Miss Fosse is her favorite . . . music and tailored suits suit her . . . Dardanelles, Clean Up, G.A.A,, N.l-l.S. Ioseph Harlin . . . a life of leisure pleases "Ioe" . . . hockey has an appeal . . . future superintendent of schools . . . wants to live in the White House , . . parties galore keep this gay lad happy. Geraldine Harte . . . outings at Lake Geneva get her vote , . . college ambitions keep her studying . . . i'mom" and dad win her admiration . . . dreamy music soothes her leisure . , . lr. Choir, Latin, French, Council, G.A.A. Geraldine Hartnett . . . "Gerry" goes for mystery stories . . . interested in advertising . . . likes the jingle of money and Miss Landrigan . . . Oflice Service, Silver Streak, Water Pageant, Leaders, junior Service, Dardanelles. G.A.A,, Bowling, Peter Heck . . . pitching a tent here and there, snapping the camera now and then, a plunge in the water, a turn about on the ice furnish diversion for "Buck." Keith Hefner . . . "Hef" croons and cartoons . . . Broadway bright lights call this actor . . . prize dancer if you keep your feet away . . . Green Curtain, Star, Lettermen, Track, Hall Guard. Fern Henrikson . . . lofty ideas fill her head as she dreams of an airport job . . . California is her goal . . . Red Cross, Minute Men, Hall Guard, Latin, Office Service. lack Hoffmann . . . the calm quiet life of an engineer is Iack's wish . . . faithful fan of football and basketball . . . praises Miss Farr . . . movies take his cash . . . German, Robert Holmes . . . boasts of no talents, but anxiously awaits the snow , . . expert snowball fighter . . . overalls suit him best . . . taboos the army because of long hikes and ties . . . Stein Verein. Theodora Hopewell . . . a gift to Steinmetz from Seattle . . . longs to return to the west . . . Miss Yetter supplies her with dramatic outlets . . . caters to long-haired music . . . suits suit her . . . Green Curtain. Veronica Horwath . . . insignias mean much to "Ronnie" . . . supply her with dressy clothes and classical music . . . house- keeping has an appeal . . . a certain someone is the reason . . . California attracts the mermaid . . . G.A.A. Geraldine Houdek . . . the eyes of Texas are upon her . . . dances and swims to the rhythm of popular strains . . . otlice work will be her livelihood . . . prefers sports clothes . . . Red Cross, G.A.A. Betty Houlberg . . . is past master at getting out of classes . . . has stage ambitions . . . party-minded "Bet" hopes to live in the White House . . . modeling is her flare . . . Green Curtains, Student Council. Eleanor Hubner . . . collecting records rates with "Ellie" . . . likes to take life easy . . , hopes to land an office job in the golden west . . , likes to sew fussy clothes . . . swimming keeps her active . . . G.A.A. Harriet Huebner . . . i'Dolly," nimble of feet and generous with letters, expects to tip toe to fame . . . Ioan White is her shadow . . . Ted Pethes, her inspiration . . . Dardanelles, As We Like It, N.H.S. Pe ce followed cloAe upon tlaeik tkail . . . Arline Hummel . . . likes life's luxuries . . . outdoor sports top . . . hopes to type for a livelihood . . . dancing keeps her on her toes . . . mother is her ideal . . . evening dresses appeal . . . G.A.A. Helen lacobson . . . pedagogue ambitions will find "lake" teach- ing college English . . . Bob Hope's jokes tops . . . Miss Yetter pleases . . . brother is her pet . . . Orchestra, Alchemstein, School Publicity, Green Curtains, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Barbara Ianis . . . ice skating clicks with '4Ian" . . . longs to be an artist . . . Miss Rolence and "Kits" are pinned high . . . semi-classics and dancing are dreamy with her . . . Dardanelles, Iunior Service, G.A.A. Don layhan . . . UChips" goes along clicking the camera . . . keeps abreast with current topics . . . riding keeps him broke . . . skating has him down . . . Mr. Vesel gets his vote . . . Navy comes Hrst. Virginia Iensen . . . might own a knitting shop . . . likes to keep house and make up picnic lunches . . . drives in the country thrill her . . . so do Paratroopers . . . selects waltz music . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A. Edward Iepsen . . . look out here comes i'Eddy" the gun hobby man . . . he's looking for pheasants, not for you . . . wide open spaces for him . . . has an urge to work in lumber mills. . . . ?f2om dieftqnt Alaofke oak 6o4tA Act Aaib Allan Iohnson . . . future billionaire believes in bowling . . . prefers overalls, over all . . . Donald Duck delights . . . friendly "Al" enjoys lively music . . . will see the world with Navy . . . Mr. Temple is favorite . . . Math. Dorothy Iohnson . . . cello playing calls out the best in her . . . goes for tailored togs . . . aesthetic music finds favor . . . mermaid minded . . . adores Nina . . . Symphony Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Choir, G.A.A. Elaine Iohnson , . . fried chicken and put plenty of red before "Chici" and you'll make her happy . . . Green Curtain, Swim. Pan-American, Leader Class, Choir, Red Cross, Clean Up, Mary lohnson . . . happy Mary likes to make people laugh . . . looking for her ideal . . . modern business office is her dream . . . dotes on Army Air Corps . . . despises conceit . . . Dar- danelles, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Rosemary Iokiel . . . to travel is "Ro's" ambition . . . prefers office work . . . Hawaiian music thrills her . . . Lou rates , . . Navy ranks high . . . mother comes first . . . French, G.A,A. Ioy Iones . . . to strut about adorned in modern fashions is Ioy's joy . . . circus, Carnivals, excitement baffle her . . . her grand- mother is precious to her . . . likes Miss Yetter and Miss Boller, Latin. G.A.A. 76 X J .X .., 5 . .2 x a . ii Victoria Kaloustian . . . collecting rhymes and keyboard per- formance are her hobbies . . , busy future secretary longs for sunny Florida . . . Miss Kilburn gets her vote . . . sweaters meet her approval . . . G.A.A., Student Council. Wilbert Kannberg . . . little "Willie" picks his favorite gun and a-hunting he will go . . . North woods is his hideout . , . Kast is his bodyguard . . . Miss Kilgour gets the pheasants . . . Choir. Herbert Kast . . . future resort owner has tackled a fishing tackle collection . . . Mr. Bradley is his friend . . . out for the game is his diversion . . . plain clothes appeal . . . Police, R.O.T.C. Gertrude Kelle . . . sweet Hawaiian music thrills . . . Wisconsin hills give her ideas for her stories . . . good music keeps her balanced , . . reads for relaxation . . . loves dad . . . Edelweiss, Red Cross, Minute Men, Choir, G.A.A. Gerald Keller . . . dehnitely not the club type . . . prefers few but good friends . . . a friend to all animals . . . wide open spaces with plenty of game to hunt is his ambition . . . Para- troopers' life for him. Robert Keller . . . not long on military life . . . chemical com- bustions intrigue him . . , Elke and Wiegey are his shadows . . . not keen about work, but goes for sharp plaids . . . Alchemstein, Sigma Quad, Carrot Tops. 0142 6094 came mqtcliing lwme once mote . . . Dolores Kelly . . . off on a horse goes our future nurse . . . California will be her destination . . . has broad ideas when it comes to eating . . , Red Cross, Swim, Clean Up, G,A.A. Ieanne Kennedy . , . reaching for high notes and pinning up base- ball stars will give Ieannie her start in her advertising ambition . . . tennis nets her fun . . . prefers real stage plays . . . Fixit, G.A.A. Marylou Kennedy . . . this domestic lass keeps slim by swims . . . realizes importance of being a good wife . . . treasures parents and home . . . talking is her pastime . . . jewelry collec- tion is her extravagance . . . Swim, French, G.A.A. Helen King . . . "Blond Venus" wears sweaters well . . . "Murder," says she, how I like those baseball games . . . yearns to drive a car . . . hopes to type herself through life . . . G.A.A. Gloria Kirchvogel . . . "Kirch," future wife and mother, enjoys photography . . . swims, horseback rides and goes tobogganing . . . Mr. Chidester is her choice . . . mother is her ideal . . . prefers casual clothes and popular music . , . French, Math, Star. Iohu Klaska . . , will hibernate in the North Woods . . . hockey and football keep this humorous lad happy . . . takes eating as his pastime . . . is attracted to bright, flashy apparel . . . prefers boogie-woogie. . . . 14nd tlaeee wete ,z4etieA 61, the Acne. l Glenna Knodel . . . riding and skating thrill "Glenn" . . . future nurse will live in Nevada . . . "Mom" spells her ideal . . . is attracted to movies and tailored clothes. Mildred Koch . . . hi there! little housewife, how's the swimming and skating in sunny California . . . must see plenty movies there . , . tailored suits are the last word. G.A.A., German. Betty Kohler . . . sport wardrobe appeals . . . will make some man a good wife . . . 'Amom" is her model . . . Miss Polka is her inspiration . . . bowling pins her down . . . Marines attract . . . Hall Guard. Irene Koralik . . . the lark has competition when MI" sings . . . western skies call her . . . Mr. Ramsey pleases her . . . football fan . . , Fixit, Council, Clean Up, Alchemstein, Latin, Fine Arts, Office Service. Antoinette Korber . . . minus a phonograph but still collects records . . . parties and dances please this future fashion designer . . . is delighted with i'Dad" . . . basketball, slow boogie rate . . . G.A.A., Clean Up. Evelyn Kordek , . . 'ASunshine" likes to pipe dream about her collection of wish-bones and canines . . . farming appeals . . . slick fitting Navy uniforms attract . . . Polish, Office Service, As We Like It, Minute Men, Red Cross. Lou Kos . . . countless talents is his boast . . . clang clang of the fire truck calls him to duty . . . a certain Ucandy kid" waits for him . . . looks to Mr. Holm for advice . . . Polish, Foot- ball, Track. Ioseph Kowalski , . . globe-trotting Ioe. the famous woodcarver has college in mind . . . mechanical engineer is his goal . . . Mr. Holm is his guide . . . proud of the Cubs . . . Polish, Sigma Quad. Alchemstein, N.H.S. Marion Krahn . . . writes letters even on horseback . . . marriage is her ambition . . . "mom" is her inspiration, California her destination. homework her aggravation . . . Choir, Latin. Clean Up, G.A.A. Dorothy Kroger . . . "Dot," the humble, claims no talents, har- bors no hobbies . . . prefers slow dance tunes . . . keeps in touch with Larry . . . wants to do nursing . . . admires her "mom" . . . G.A.A.. German Club. Ray Kroll . . . little car fixer hunts and swims . . . definitely not troubled with insomnia . . . Mr. Downey is his advisor . . . California has him hypnotized . . . dotes on movies and plays . . . Hall Guard. Charlene Kuhlemeier . , . future pedagogue goes in for small- town life . . . her walls talk aloud with Van Iohnson's pictures . . . mother is her ideal . . . symphonies are her choice . . sports clothes rate . . . French, G.A.A. Harry Kullmann . . . has a flair for playing the Hsweet potato" . . . aircraft engines and designing delight him . . . is addicted to singing barber-shop songs . . . champion War Bond salesman . . . Sigma Quad, German. Math. V' , Theresa Kurzer . . . wholesome sports are helrfpastinie . . . Miss Landrigan rates . . . Californian horizons bleckon hopes to earn enough for a hope chest and th 'take fn-21 llusband . . . Council, lr. Service, Dardanelles, N. . I f Ioseph La Berg . . . future ace of the air prefers the great out- doors . . . purr of motors hypnotizes him . . . likes the peaceful life . . . Sigma Quad, Fire Marshals. Pre-Medics, Rifle Team. Richard La Cost . . . "Dick" admires beautiful girls . . . a little slow to action, but gets there . . . sorry to leave Steinmetz . . . proud of his parents . . . prefers Chicago . . . hopes to travel. Noreen Lagerholm . . . "Shorty" is someone to look up to . . . drawing fashion plates is her talent . . . Miss Landrigan rates . . . sewing gives her a ripping time . . . Council, Hall Guard, Oflice Service, Latin, G.A.A. Consetta Lancione . . . loyal to the Air Corps . . . maybe her sweetie is there . . . at home on a horses back . . . counts well on a comptometer . . . sways to swing music . . . Council. Choir, G.A.A. Raymond Larsen . . , A'Can you spare an Indian penny?" pleads "Larse" as he planes his way to Minnesota . . . Miss Thorssen can have a free ride anytime . . . swoons at Crosby's croonings. Audrey Larson . . . dainty little Audrey surrounds herself with miniature dogs . . . does her courting over the net . . . her artistic ability will pay her dividends . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . Dardanelles. Choir, Pan-American, G.A.A., N.H.S. Arlette Lauschke . . . hoards perfume bottles , . . motorboat riding keeps her from becoming bored . . . skirts and sweaters keep her warm . . . domestic tendencies will shorten her job as stenographer . . . mother teaches her . . . G.A.A. Chester Lawdenski . . . has hankering for Marine's role . . . big lumberjacks win his admiration . . . scorns boogie . . . selects popular . . . pheasant hunting strikes a favorable note . . . so does Mr. Temple . . . Pan-American, Choir, Football, Frank Le Beau . . . HFrenchy" has had a taste of Canada . . . specializes in exercising his vocal chords . . . beach loaling lays him flat . . . White House dreams lift him up . . . overalls cover all . . . R.V.A.G. Ruth Le Blanc . . . "Ruthie" does enjoy that popcorn at Cubs' games . . . piano is her flair . . . "mom's" her honey . . . casual note marks her wardrobe . . . Streak, Dardanelles, Green Cur- tain, Latin, Choir, Iunior Service. Virginia Lech . . . modest Verge admits no talents . . . let's the rest of the world go by as she collects souvenirs from her friends . . . misses Mr. Novak . . . will type her way through life. lean Leiper . . . keyboard performance will lead to the role of concert pianist . . . Mrs. Haas and Miss Haley will be her audience . . . baseball games stir her . . . Council, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Dorothy Lemke . . . will spend her leisure in reading her mail collection . . . bike stunts are her specialty . . . Sears will provide her livelihood . . . Navy harbors her hero . . . dad is her pal . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Blanche Leschmann . . . abhors slacks . . . adores Miss Farr . . . dotes on frilly blouses . . . delights in snow-balling . . . admits she sings well . . . falls for Oregon . . . Dardanelles, Stein-Sten, Red Cross, Choir, G.A.A. Ioyce Lewis . . . 'ASkip" has the sleep hobby . . . has premium on shows and skating . . . popular music tops the "must" list . . . Mrs. Beach and "Mom" win her soul . . . California takes her breath . . . G.A.A. Ioseph Lieggi . . . rebuilds cars to the rhythm of jive . . . Sinatra appeals . . . so does Mr. Ramsey . . . baseball and hockey shine . . . Navy uniforms take the lead . . . Council, Italian, Carrot Tops. Ioan Lieske . . . slicks up in nifty slacks . . . dances nimbly as she chats . . . confides her troubles to Mr. Ruzicka . . . worships dad . . . Council, Clean Up, As We Like It, Stein Sten, Lunch Room Police. Dorothy Lilia . . . tooting her clarinet and tobogganing rate with UDot" . . . Arkansas, Mr. Chidester, tuna fish and Thelma come on her A'like" list . , . only sincere people need apply . . . Band, Guard, G.A.A. Vivian Linder . . . the world's renowned weight-lifter paints in oils for pastime . . . refined taste in music . . . thinks living in a hanger is ideal . . . grease jobs are her delight . . . G.A.A. Mary Lippi . . . draws more than her breath . . . her paintings might hang in galleries . . . coat of tan is her summer ambition . . . admires Mr. Lloyd . . . will hibernate in North Woods . . . French, G.A.A. Robert Livermore . . . would like to model mattresses . . . diamond keeps him sparkling . . . Wrigley Field is his ambition . . . has a flair for dancing . . . likes Miss Roy . . . Red Cross, Student Council, Baseball, Basketball. Rita Luedtke . . , "Reet" scores countless talents . . . high slides and high dives attract her . , . craves authorship . . . "rowdy- dows" at baseball games . . . likes music . . . Dardanelles, Ir, Service, Pan-American, Star, G.A.A. Richard Mackey . . . stamp collecting and growing vegetables make "Dick" contented . . . the A'Dairyland" state for him . . . Mr. Ramsey is his pal . . . selects Navy because he thinks chances for getting a wife are better . . . Fixit, N.H.S. William Mac Swiney . . . "Mac" will make his money in a mint . . . will spend it in California on a certain Ioan . . . Mr. Herrick is his pal . . . food attracts, so chooses the Navy . . . Marshal, Police. Iohn Madej . . . admits no talents but his woodcarvings excel . . . finds pleasure on the bridle path . . . idolizes his dad, admires Mr. Pfeil . . . goes for popular music and sports clothes . . . Sigma Quad. Helene Magad . . . positively the feminine type . . . has classical taste in music . . . has no favorites among her friends , . . swims and plays love sets . . . Pan American, Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Choir. Chester Maiewski . , . a likeable promoter with legal possibilities . . . exceptionally sociable . . . F.D.R. is his model . . . enjoys Miss Landrigan and Mexico . . . Sigma Quad, Fixit, Student Council, Pan-American, As You Like It. Iames Mall . . . "Iimmie," the fiddler, seeks a medical halo at Loyal University . . . more power to him . . . music is definitely his love . . . his subdued taste scorns wild colors . . . Symphony, Band, Campus Crew. Marie Marinello . . . "Mur" goes "gah gah" over air corps uni- forms . . . spends time on the bridle path . . . movies are her weakness . . . loafing in sunny California is thrilling . . . "Mom" and Mrs. Bade are her pets. Emily Marino . . , conceals her talents in her sewing basket . . . resolves to quit teasing her brother . . . is seeking her ideal . . . loves originality . . . respects the intelligentsia . . , Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Office Service, Fixit, Red Cross. Marilyn Markovitch . . . atoms and molecules follow her to the sunny west . . . cold weather has no charms for her . . . U.S.C.L. is her goal . . . an expert at the wheel . . . Alchemstein, Silver Streak, Math., Red Cross, Minute Men, Dardanelles, N.H.S, Shirley Marsh . . . finds charm in a bracelet , . . small town life attracts . . . has the collecting hobby . . . casual clothes and swing music are a part of her . . . Dardanelles, Silver Streak, Red Cross, Iunior Service, Office Service. Elsie Marshall . . . has the college spirit . . . it's North Central for her . . . her magnetic personality draws friends . . . star football fan . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Staff, Choir, Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild, G.A.A. William Martens . . . a lad of high ideals . . . idolizes parents . . . makes friends easily . . . strong for warm climates . . . a fashion plate of man's attire . . . Minute Men, Pan-American, Sigma Quad, Choir, Voice Club. Robert Marx . . . success is paramount in UBob's" mind . . . keyboard strategy is his pastime . , . ladies come first in his life . . . raves about a certain Betty Ellen . . . conceited people are checked out . . . Sigma Quad, Patricia Mastandrea . . . social "Pat" wins the prize for talking . . . future actress delights in dreaming, drawing and sentimental music . . . college beckons . . . Navy and Army on a par . . . Green Curtains, G.A.A, Virginia Mateja . . . "Vie" has dreams . . , a private swimming pool is one . . . dancing studio is another . . . dress shop is a third . . . Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Stein-Sten, Swim, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Mary Rose McBride . . . "Mac" knows her antiques . , . working on cadavers is her ambition . . . football games, her lung exercise . . . Red Cross, Star, As We Like It, Dardanelles, Clean Up, Student Council, GAA., N.H.S. Dolores McDonnell . . . lady equestrian has a Hair for psy- chology . . . dances her cares away , . . Miss Fosse gets her vote . . . horse shows get her money . . . Florida is her destina- tion . . . saddle shoes are tops . . . Swim. Robert McMenamin . . . California sunshine has "Bob" turning west . . . swimming keeps him well washed up . . . devotes time in chemical laboratory . . . rugged Marine life for him . . . not club-minded but has plenty friends. Then when timeA wete an ce mote mlm Carmen Mecca . . . pins and picts are her hobbies swim, to dance is her deliqht nursing the sick chwrmmq the well . , , that's our AACEFXH with Miss McNamara as her quidt Richard Meier . . . pin up girls go to the wall huntinq is his game . . . Notre Dame is his dream football kteps him kicking . . . Pittsburgh cl nms his heart M1rmes get his vote . . . German Club Robert Menard . . vwalkinq chatterbox meets his downfall tobogganing . . . seeks feminine admiration iolly Bob believes in laughing 'adores his mother will waltz his way into Navy Corps Hall Guard Swim Iames Menotti . . . tillinq the soil is im s ambition C1liforma weather allures him . engineer himself into Choir. Pan-American Ruth Meyer . . . the .- enjoys the "Kits . . . Green Curtain, C Marion Michalak . . . plays classics on the Miami is her dream . . . . lee june 972444 fwteted the qmvt Ptvm Naomi Miers . . . unusual accompanist will make her mark . . . rare collection of books will bring her fame . . . Lorraine will share her glory . , . Miss Fosse will be in her will . . . Boys' Choir, Dardanelles, N.H.S. Marion Milkowski . . . lunching is "Milky's" pastime . . . aims to be helpful to others . . . hopes to be happy with her future husband . . . idolizes her future mother-in-law . . . Stein Sten, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Barbara Miller . . . likes to collect news and records . . . Tribune will get her some day , . . "Bobbie" likes bobby socks, sports clothes and sentimental music . . . Clean Up, Red Cross, Student Council, G.A.A. Mildred Miller . . . craves spaghetti and Miami Beach . . . her ambition reaches the clouds . . . expects to be an airline stew- ardess . . . canters on the bridle path . , . Green Curtain, Student Council, G.A.A. Shirlee Miller . . . free and easy life please "Ann" . . . casual clothes take her "dough" . . . Miss Farr and sister Dot rate . . . Clean-Up, lr. Service, As You Like lt, Visual Ed., Ir. Girls' Choir. Iames Mitsch . . . a snap here, a snap there, keeps Iim's picture album up to date . . . accordion playing is his weakness . . . Du Pont is his goal . . . Choir, Football, Fire Marshals. C'IvAe 6elaind vllowed the Geraldine Moscinski , . . a starlet spends her time with her head in a book . . . dotes on her "mom" . . . looking for a dictator in a big office . . . Dardanelles, Polish, Council, Choir, Cv.A.A., N.H.S. Gunvald Moseid . . . sharp shooting and hunting are for "C1unny" . . . will work in the great outdoors . . . symphony music and shows entertain him . . . skiing, Mr. Temple and sports clothes please him. lean Mroz . . . A'Peanuts" Hts in anywhere, shell and all . . . Adrienne is her shadow . . . gossip columns are her hobby . . . ambitious to add inches . . . looks up to the Navy . . . Dar- danelles, Green Curtain, Fixit. Loretta Mroz . , . eating, dancing, skating are her delights . . . success in business is her ambition . . . only persons with good dispositions need apply . . . Hoh brother," how she likes Navy . . . Polish, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. Carolyn Mueller . . . her Steinmetz scrap book is her pride . . . has her eye on Beverley Hills . . . "mom" comes in for praise . . . Miss Landrigan gets her vote . . . wears casuals well . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A. Robert Mydlil . . . hopes to ride in a motorcycle marathon . . . favors ice skating and Miss Ornstein . . . treasures his mother . . . hopes to live in ltaska, lll .... likes to golf and swim . . . prefers Navy. Robert Moeller . . . "White" excels in performance on Hawaiian guitar . . . an expert at card shuffling . . . future lies in engineer- ing . . . ardent fan of football and basketball . . . prefers Army . . . likes definitely masculine attire . . , Polish. Anthony Monaco . . . little 'ATony" likes the jingle of sleigh bells . . . wants to own a store . . . bet it's a food shop . . . traveling has charm for him . . . so does his mother and Miss McTigue. William Monk . . . "Monks" jokes grow whiskers . . . dialing short waves keeps him turning . . , engineer research starts him guessing . . . stamp of approval on Pop Pfeil . . . wades through heavy comedy . . . Navy is O.K .... Math. Ieanne Monson . . . "Skeezix," the singing housewife bowls for fun . . . future secretary for some lucky bank . . . thinks Mr. Groom is great , . . Senior Choir, Mixed Chorus, Edelweiss Verein, Cv.A.A. Charles Morey . . . stows away stamps . . . a cut up on the ice . . . a good dancing partner . . . sport apparel gets his vote . . . Admiral Halsey is his ideal . . . Rod Salach rates . . . Rifle Team, Latin. Alfred Moscinski . . , "Al" has medical tendencies or maybe he will fill prescriptions . . . prefers to hang his hat outside of Chicago . . . looks to Vic for comradeship . . . seeks Mr. Downey for advice . . . Sigma Quad. Teen Cqn teen . . . . . . Nnothee longed- ot laqppq deeqm. Mary Nahabedian . . . "Mar" takes movies for enjoyment . . . popular music pleases . . . likes loafing, when not on a skate . , . some office will claim her . . . sports clothes suit her taste . . . G.A.A, Harold Nelsen . . . Harry claims no hobbies but has some habits: trumpeting, skating and painting . . . will settle in California . . . Miss Lyon and Vernon are his pick . . . Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band. Ethel Nelson , . . strums the guitar . . , piles up movie star pic- tures . . . office work has charm . . . mother is her pet . . . Ioy jones is her pal . . . movies are her diversion . . . likes the Army . . . G.A.A. Iune Nelson . . . modest "Torchie" hides her talents . . . her strikes and spares bowl us over . . . sort of goes for Whitney . . . Gertie Went is her loyal shadow . . . picnics fascinate . . . Carrot Tops, G.A.A. Paul Nelson . . . "Lefty's" clarinet is breath-consuming . . . baseball diamond keeps him sparkling . . . dials for Bing s new songs . . . likes Miss Landrigan . . . has longing to globe trot . , . Navy might fill the bill . . . Band. Robert Nelson . . . makes a stab at singing . . . no casualties, however . . . interest lies in radio . . . Crosby is his pattern . . . ball games keep him stepping . . . so does Mr. Frelich . . . prefers Air Corps . . . Choir. Robert Nelson . . . menus fascinate him so he will become a waiter . . . hopes to serve Miss Farr . . . soft colors quiet his nerves . . . prefers popular music . . . Basketball, Baseball. Sigma Quad, Choir. Lois Netrefa . . . oh. brother. can she cook! . . . has her glimmers on a millionaire . . . horses give her a gallop . . . Navy has attraction for her . . . California skies lure her . . . Dar- danelles, G.A.A. Betty Neubauer . , . outstanding money spender hopes to land a rich man . . . might meet him in California . . . swings to slow, rhythmic music . . . civilians are good enough for her . . . As We Like It, G.A.A. Iohn Neumer . . . well have better soil and bigger flowers when "Chuck" the 'ichem" cuts the stem . . . hopes to land specimens from South Seas . . . friends count . . . Latin, Chess, Green Curtain, Pre-Medics. Marie Nicolosi . . . bowling, bicycle riding are for active "Murphy" . . . Miss Polka pleases her . . . will work in an office . . . popular music is a must . . . Dardanelles, Fixit, Student Council, G.A.A. Grace Niedermeyer . . . yes, that's our 'iNoodles," noodling away in a Californian restaurant . . . beware of that figure . . . has "bingoed" her way to the west . . . Hboogien and Seabees allure her . . . French. Cora lane Nielsen . . . clicks with the Klan . . . goes for lively parties . . . champion rooter at football games . . . Riverview rink has an appeal . . . Mr. Cook rates . . . Green Curtain, Stein Sten, Library, Office Service, G.A.A. Shirley Nielsen . . . quiet 'iShirl" gets her way . . . chooses friends carefully . . . likes to waltz . . . Student Council. Dardanelles, Silver Streak, Stein Sten, Pan-American, As We Like lt, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Lois Noelte . . . scraping scraps for her scrapbook keeps "Lo" up to date . . . despises promise breakers . . . banana splits are her specialty . . . baseball fan caters to ballads . . . admires preparedness of the Marines. Donald Nordboe . . . has yen to be a lawyer . . . counciling in camps gave him experience . . . movie machines interest him . . . Navy has no charm for him . . . detests hiking . . . Council, Sigma Quad, Vis. Ed.. Spanish. Percy Nordheden . . . the language of flowers is his . . . takes a dive now and then . . . admires dad and Mr. Bradley . . . sub- urban air is tops . . . Navy rates . . . Chess, Latin, Librarian, Vis. Ed. Shirley Norris . . . picture collecting pleases "Shirl" . . . likes the role of housewife . . . loafing, ice skating, and dancing are among her top delights . . . suits, sweaters and skirts compose her ideal wardrobe. Bea Oberhuber . . . this future model wears clothes well . . delights in friends . . . housewife is her dominant thought . . . there's a blonde gob in the cards . . . Stein Verein, Leaders, Edelweiss, Swim, Star, G.A.A. Ioan O'Brien . . . NIO," the giggler, has most fun when Iohnny comes marching home . . . silver spooning is her hobby . . . Miss Landrigan is her pal . . . tea cup reading shows happy married life . . . Green Curtain. lean Ogorzalek . . . carrot eating iiBunny" will weld her future as grease monkey in an airport . . . chooses soft, sweet music as relaxation . . . Miss Adams rates . . . G.A.A., Polish, Hall Guard. Leonard Okulski . . . pins his hopes to his bowling . . . has respect for C. Temple . . . thinks loafing is easy . . . movies give him a soft seat . . . Army will soon get him . . . Polish. Ray Okulski . . . trumpet playing Ray, dreams of a job with a big band . . . admires Eunice . . . would go to California . . . country life attracts him . . . his taste in clothes leans toward the sports. Victoria Oliveto . . . "Gee Whiz," cries Vicky, "southern style fried chicken after a football game" . . . idolizes Marie Nicolosi . . . has ambition to be a beauty operator at Edgewater Beach . . . Silver Streak, Dantians, G.A.A. Lorraine Ostrowski . . . accordion playing "Lorrie" sketches and makes records as her hobby . . . hopes to open her own studio . . . admires Miss Polka . . . has her eye on the Navy . . . Polish, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Bernard Ozmina . . . "Ozzie's" one love is the Boys' Choir . . . he's the tinker type when it comes to old cars . . . Lombardo's popular music sets him going . . . Chicago for him . . . Boys' Choir. Esther Pankiewicz . . . "Panky's" palm shows her as a piano teacher . . . appreciates "Landy" . . . unusual 'igaln likes to practice her lessons . . . swims and skates for pastime . . . Silver Streak, Pan-American, G.A.A., Stein Sten. Charlotte Paoli . . . "Char's" winning smile will lead her to a good secretarial job in California . . . an actor might see her . . . football games rouse her . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten. Alchemstein, Swim, G.A.A., N.H.S. Geraldine Patrick . . . versatile "Gerry" skates, cooks and swims . . . office work in the Tribune building is her dream . . . idolizes her big brother . . . loves to sway to slow, dreamy music . . . Hall Guard, Police, G.A.A. Fern Patton . . . tennis net affords recreation . . . record col- lecting keeps her stepping . . . air-minded lassie likes Lake Bluff . . . tailored sports clothes take her dough . . . Pan-American, Alchemstein, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Lois Paul . . . somewhat of a bookworm . . . summer spells loafing to her . . . hopes to make some man a good housewife . . . movies are her specialty . . . picks Miss Haley . . . Pan- American, Minute Men, Hall Guard. Thomas Pavone . . . confesses that eating and sleeping are his hobbies . . , "Io," the champion French horn player, enjoys swimming and tobogganing . . . a future lawyer . . . Student Council, Dantians, Baseball, Band. Charlotte Paynter . . . our Dinah Shore of the air waves . . dancing keeps her in step . . . will float off to Florida . . "Chick" takes to ping pong . . . Mr. Fitzgerald is her type . . Stein-Sten, G.A.A. Ronald Pearson . . . anything that smacks of football finds favor with "Ron" . . . farm life attracts him . . . will take Bielawa along . . . will join the rugged Marines . . . Football, Hall Guard, Track. Russell Pease . . . fleet-footed A'Mercury" wins favor in the office . . , diplomacy is his watchword . . . outdoor sports strike his fancy . . . Mr. Downey rates . . . Sigma Quad, Swim, Lunch Room, Green Curtain. Marie Pecha . . . 'AMurph," the swimmer, ambles often in the rain , . . housewife job has an appeal . . . slow, dreamy music is a must . . . Stein Sten, Office Service, Red Cross, Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Phyllis Penno . . . the Iron Mountain women likes people . . . strums Hawaiian guitar in her leisure . . . goes to Mars for busy work . . . nobody ever irks her . . . dress clothes and dreamy music please . . . Red Cross. lack Peterson . . . 'AHocko" is handy with the hammer . . . has a Hair for music . . . sentimental music strikes his heart . . . likes Vernon . . . Band, Alchemstein, Silver Streak, Sigma Quad, Math, Fixit. Marian Pierini . . . claims no talents. practices no hobbies . . . swims a bit . . . types for speed . . . bowls now and then . . . a Sinatra fan . . . reads for diversion . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . Italian, G.A.A. Iosephine Pinna . . . "Gee whiz, hope l can reach that high note," says Io-Io, the prima donna . . . office worker is her vocation . . . prefers sports clothes . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Marvin Pohl n . 'l young "caballero" with a definite flair for 1 1 . ca . . C ' ngineering looms before him . . si 1 . . . California beckons . . . Sigma u d,'C ir, r ss, eature Editor, N.H.S. Esther Pollman . . . South American tendencies lure her across the border . . . would like Miss Adams and Miss Selinger as companions . . . "Pop's" her pick, 'Anatchn . . . scorns peroxides . . . dons skirts and sweaters . . . G.A.A., Hall Guard. Thomas Pontarelli . . . hopes to build his future around pro- fessional baseball . . . hockey sandwiched in with piano playing furnishes him recreation . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his inspiration . . . Michigan college will get him . . . Choir, Basketball, Baseball. Lois Porter . . . will take dictation in a A'ritzi" office , . . twinkle toes on the ice . . . selects Miss Grant . . . prefers small town stuff . . . keen on sports . . . Hall Guard, Office Service. Henry Potempa . . . spends much time eating and sleeping . . . future history "prof" . . . votes for Mr. Vesel . . . idolizes "mom" . . . hopes to take the stump in Florida . . . a man of the turf . . . Hall Guard, French. Dolores Prechodnik . . . playing love sets with a soldier boy is "Del's" specialty . . . owning her horse is her ambition . . . sports clothes and popular refrains are her choice . . . Red Cross, G.A.A. Iames Priest . . . fishing, skating and bowling keep him happy . . . Mr. Swem is his choice . . . dad comes first . . . future gym coach . . . hopes to travel the country . . . Spanish, Track, Cross Country. Shirley Priest . . . "Shirl" cuts figures on the ice . . . trips the light fantastic . . . long letters are her hobby . . . Miss Farr is her pet . . . the south charms her . . . Red Cross, Council, Clean Up. Keqimf end See ice in good mee uee flqtionql Hence Societal "The cream of the crop" is what we call theml Yes, these are the Hstudesn Steinmetz boasts as her best. From the time they entered as "little freshiesn they put their noses to the grindstone, never slackening, never giving upg tho' weary at times, they always came thru with flying colors. Now, as seniors, they are glad for their efforts. Their reward for an average is an invitation to become a member of the N.H.S. into which they are initiated by a lovely, pic-- turesque. candle lighting ceremony. Row l: S. Nielsen, M. Carlson, E. Sackrison, R. Termini. T. Tucker. M. Markovitch, H. Huebner, E. Haack, I. Hansen, T. Kurzer. Row 2: L. Stuhlfauth, H. Prokopowicz, I. Ben- son, S. Schultz. L. Bailey, L. Urso, N. Miers, D. Sztuk, M. Danna. A. Larson, G. Moscinski, M. Rusin, C. Paoli. Row 3: M. Dray, M. Shum- icki. I. Ray, V. Sass, E. Theml. G. Wendt, D. Mackey, R. Salach, M. Pohlman, G. Anderson, C. Gutberlet. R. Carson, I. Kowalski, L. Za- wiski, A. Amundsen, M. Iohnson. E. Falken- stein, D. Eddy, L. Mroz, Sandri, M. McBride. Candle Zigi: ting eeemvm, Row l: M. Isaacson, P. Kurth, Treasurer. H. Anderson, Secretary, D. Schultz, Vice President, R. Bochte. President, Miss Braddock, E. Wil- liams. Row 2: Kairys, Mattioli, C. Wood- cock, L. Ramming, A. Macchitelli, N. Schaffer, I. Manella, B. Zimmermann, D. Hanlon, E. Tar- pinian, A. Cwarippo, E. Ratsch. Row 3: W. Kaczmarek, R. Shannon, K. Veggeberg, Bachar, R. Kathan. M. Parlatore. QNot in photographj Rita Luedtke, Iohn Neu- mer. Ray Bubien, Marion Dill, Lillian Weis- mantel. Iohn Terry, Shirley Miller, Agnes Schlenker, Elsie Marshall, Georgia Fletter, Gerry Rayspis, Ieanne Taylor, Geraldine Hart- nett, Eileen Unruh, Emily Marino, William Crane, Betty Ebel, Helene Magad, Iosephine Pinna, Mildred Edwards, Ruth LeBlanc. 1 Marion Rusin, Secretary, Theresa Tucker, Treasurer, Victor Buhrke, President, lack Peterson. Vice Pres- ident. une C1444 Ufficeu :md Sponwk Class officers play an important part in promoting recre- ational activities that are in keeping with the social standards of the class which they represent. The hand- some foursome above have served their comrades well under the efiicient guidance of their enthusiastic and resourceful sponsor, who has been an inspiration to them for the past few years. Miss Agnes Polka. Sponsor. w if W KN Q if fig ,JA if my 4, iii 'Y fy K 3' NNW! .Si-ef X W . Z , 4 A h 'f ii '-ff' Y 6 fl 65 Q glial! , 14' Z' ,F A A .df H ,Q 1 w,fQ 2 sl 5 fi -M 5 2 as 55 QE: , x x I 'E I , ., A. .Qu Q Ns 0 N 1 I A 'xl N "' X Us Ae -W X. . U. ' 4: A Q Q' -A 4. J 1 sn 0 Q' X N ' K 6 M vm Q, J 'z if wi f n . ' QF S s p S. Kb fi X lr - ' Q H aw if we 1 L ,, M as ' 1 Qlkll ki KA C 8 5 x Wi! Rose Alberti . . . musical "Shorty" plays the piano and clarinet . . . delights in ice skating . . . future office worker . . . Chicago is good enough for her . . . prefers sports clothes . . . winks at the Navy . . . Italian, Band, G.A.A. Dorothy Albrecht . . . 'iDottie" dotes on dancing. . . dabbles in popular music . . . bowling and tobogganing keep the lassie moving . . . Mr. Bradley fills the bill . . . her mother takes the cake . . . G.A.A. Norma Alfred . . . a veritable mermaid is our "Norm" . . . excels on skates, too . . . prefers Chicago and Miss Farr . . . Choir, Student Council, Red Cross, Pan American. Swim, Leaders, G.A.A. Niels Allerup . . . a skipper on the briny deep our "Pete" prefers to be . . . in submarine strategy he shines . . . sea ballads are his pick . . . so is Mr. Downey . . . Council, Red Cross. Dolores Ames . . . painting plaques pleases "Dee" . . . rocks herself free from boredom . . . has designs on China . , . loves her "mom" . . . swimming and skating attract . . . prefers Chicago . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A., Latin, Hall Guard. Alice Amundsen . . . active "Al" swims, skis and bowls . . , "weiner" roasts are her favorites . . . pajama parties seem a must . . . anything humorous goes . . . future secretary will live in Washington . . . Dardanelles, Iunior Service, G.A.A., N.H.S, Walter Anderko . . . loves his Buick . . . claims no talents . . . hasn't found his hobby . . . gridiron practice keeps him busy . . . Mr. Downey inspires him . . . has a warm spot for the Navy Air Corps. Dorothy Anderson . . . surf-board riding pulls "Dot" along . . . will lead a model life . . . hears the call of California . . . parties and more parties, please . . . Clean Up, Latin, Swim, Red Cross, G.A.A. George Anderson . . . trumpet footing "Andy" excels at building barges . . . future lies in engineering . . . has aristocratic taste in music and drama . . . a stamp here and a stamp rare he prefers . . . Alchemstein, Band, N.l-l.S. Geraldine Anderson . . . twirls the baton with grace . . . has the lofty ambition to reach five feet . . . future Navy nurse . . . Florida appeals . . . mystery stories mystify her . . . Silver Streak, War Office, Band, G.A.A. Iames Arnoldi . . . strong on the blue prints . . . plans archi- tecture as a career . . . hopes to Utoughen up" in the Army . . . hockey and hunting are his pleasures . . . Mr. Pfeil is his choice. Kurt Arntzen . . . "Arnie" took to the Navy . . . water has always been his love . . . has enough of it now . . . hopes to "Bea" out soon . . . has future with his father . . . Football, Swim. Norton Aronfeld , . . trumpet-tooting 'iNorty" likes to take the stump . . . honesty counts with him . . . cherishes the memory of Mr. Moody . . . enjoys dancing . . . Latin, Minute Men, Choir, Red Cross. Iosephine Arrabito . . . crooner "Toni" thrives on food in warm climate . . . cheers for dad's red hair . . . has a treasure box of movie stars and menus . . . winks at the Army . . . Choir, Italian, G.A.A. Lorraine Bailey . . . "Scotty," the loafer, idolizes "mom" and Miss Farr . . . hopes to be a psychologist . . . Maryland has charm for her . . . dotes on dancing . . . pursues football games . . . Choir, Iunior Service, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. Walker Balk . . . Navy is best because it teaches a trade . . . .spends time twirling around on the ice . . . hills of Minnesota call the youth . . . Bulldog Turner is his ideal . . . admires Mr. Holms , . . Football. Iohn Ballack . . , the extraction specialist will make dentures for doughboys . . . model airplane making is his hobby . . . tee shirts and overalls suit his fancy . . . so does Mr. Holm . . . Council, Football. Lorraine Barsz . . . picnic parties please "Lorry" . . . a model life would consist of modeling clothes in California . . . Miss Adams is her guiding light . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . enjoys collecting pictures of friends . . . G.A.A. Audrey Bartel . . . "Aud" leans to life on a farm . . . hoarding keepsakes as memories for her old age is her hobby . . . hopes to win a farmer's heart . . . Swim, Office Service, Red Cross, G.A.A. Betty Bartolucci . . . the culinary arts appeal to 'ABetsy" . . . will remain in the windy city . . . movies and music keep her entertained . . . swimming and skating keep her active . . . Student Council, G.A.A. Vera Barton . . . V. V., the ice wonder, hopes to type her way to Sears Roebuck . . . 'AGee whiz," says she, "l go for suits." . . . give her slow music and Mrs. Bade . . , Hall Guards, G.A.A, Faythe Becker . . . "Shorty" is headed for an office job as typist . . . dancing and acting come natural . . . Navy ranks for a certain someone . . . brother tops all . . . Hall Guard, French. leanne Becker . . . "Red" wants to be a vocalist with a name band . . . she piles up Haymes' records . . . idolizes brother Vince . . . thrills to sentimental music . . . Carrot Tops, Choir, G.A.A. Dorothy Behnke . . . "Dots" fingers keep busy making hope- chest articles . . . looks like a honeymoon to California . . . mother is her pet, Miss Rasmussen her inspiration . , . caters to fussy dresses and classical music. Richard Bellio . . . nothing false about "Dickey," but the teeth he expects to make . . . tropical fish his hobby . . . people interest him . . . mother is his ideal . . . sax and clarinet fascinate . . . Italian. Swim. Mary Benedetto . . . 'ABene," the pillow top collector, goes for bowling . . . Washington beckons. Miss Thorsson attracts, music allures. swimming exhilarates, Navy appeals . . . Red Cross. Student Council, Library. Minute Men, G.A.A. Adelle Benning . . . the singing cook goes in for long hikes . , . has a sense of humor , . . likes the role of a housewife . . . Miss Farr is her pet . . , Hall Guard, Girls' Choir, G.A.A. .fin C'4leeA qnd covlziu ok the 6011.6 . . . Ioan Benson . . . future writer . . . farming and skiing preferred . . . enjoys the "Kits" . . . all kinds of music rate . . . Red Cross. As You Like lt, Latin, Star Staff, Press. Dardanelles, N.H.S. Robert Berg . . . likes best the lady who serves food . . . has not discovered his talents yet . . . loafing at Grass Lake gives him a thrill . . . has a little liking for music . . . Navy comes first. Peter Best . . . P. our Gene Krupa on the drums . . . basket- ball and bands keep him stepping . . . loud clothes is his choice, Mr. Herrich his model . , . strong for the Army . . . Minute Men, Police. Loraine Betley . . . spends leisure in collecting "snaps" . . . loyal to Chicago . . . hopes to adorn some office . . . gifted in ballroom dancing . . . swimming is her diversion . . . at home in a dress shop . . . G.A.A. Ray Bielawa . . . shines on the gridiron . . . gets 'em in the baskets . . . Ron Pearsoi. is his shadow . . . Miss Landrigan is his friend . . . the soothsiyer sees him as a football coach . . . Co-captain of Football. A Wanda Bienialg . . . ca'ts and tennis appeal to this chattering berry blonde . . . 'AVVindy" longs to be Wave officer . . . loyal to dear old "Chi" . . . enjoys books . . . Polish, Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A. . . . Zlfete Aent qwng without much nvi e Don Biskner . . . "Bisk" likes to keep moving especially on the water . . . hamburgers top the menus . . . boogie entertains him . . . selects grandfather as his ideal, Mr. Pfeil as his favorite . . . prefers Chicago. Arnold Bitterman . . . California might claim our "Arnie," some day . . . there he might electrify the world as an engineer . . . likes to croon and dance . . . Fixit, Sigma Squad, Red Cross. Marilyn Bjork . . . looking for a way to eat loads and stay thin . . . definitely the dramatic type . . . dotes on diving . . . chooses Mrs. Beach . . . Dardanelles. Choir, Green Curtain, Clean Up, Pan American, G.A.A. Grace Biornson . . . light on her feet, but heavy on mystery stories. describes 'ACvracie" . . . boat-riding with a certain someone at the oars is her delight . , . Tribune reporter is her dream . . . G.A.A. Louise Blikowski . . . falls for dancing . . . hopes to be happily wedded like "mom" and dad . . . looks to the eastern coast for her honeymoon . . . has social service aims . . . Library, Polish. Lorrain Borowski . . . mystery books comprise her library . . . will retire to a ranch . . . music and movies are a must . , . Mrs. Soderberg is a honey . . . Polish, Stein Sten. G.A.A. Rosemarie Bradtke . . . "Succi" is still looking for her talents . . . Miss Landrigan might help her find them . . . hopes to land south of the border . . . oh for football games and boogie woogie . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten. Patricia Braman . . . penny picking HPat" has her eye on travel and a small office . . . swims and skates to dreamy music . . . worships A'Mom" . . . admires Theresa Kurzer . . . Office Serv- ice, Hall Guard, Library, GAA. David Breitsprecher . . . jig-saws keep him puzzled . . . baseball keeps "Sleepy" awake . . . brother Paul sets the pattern . . . comfortable attire suits him . . . he's the much-traveled "kid" . . . prefers civilian life . . . Choir, Student Council. Evelyn Brettner . . . peppy people please "Ev" . . . boogie on the piano sets her going . . . stacks up silver dollars . . . hopes to visit Europe . . . dislikes dress shoes and slack combination . , . Hall Guard, Choir, French. Lorraine Brochocki . . . soft, dreamy piano numbers are "Lor's" weakness . . . silver hobby keeps her polishing . , . holds "mom" as her model . . . Miss Landrigan scores . . . wears fitted togs well . . . Pan-American, Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Ruth Bubert . . . the winsome candy "kid" adores her 'Amom" , . . battles the keyboard . , . loves Spanish . . . her hobb is getting off at the wrong corner . . . admires Miss Farr . . . falls for the ice . . . G.A.A. We te ptwqd tv gm, we dnl out Ahqfze . . . M Ray Bubien . . . the Kenosha kidi full grid s arfd dr atic ability . . . hopes to be a big business mrzn . . ay takmliss Ygtter as his partner . . . Codncil, Sig a Cfiiad, Fixit, Green Cuggain, Star. Y , X 5 fx mg i' Robin-t Budacki . . . will head for success sgxgmmihq his guitar . . . Wayne Kings orchestra hits the spot . . Park calls him . . . baseball games are his diversion .,. . hockey gets applause . . . French. Victor Buhrke . . . would rather swim than eat . . . has a taste for music . . . popular "guy" among his fellow students . . . next to "mom" comes Miss Landrigan . . . Fixit, Sigma Quad, Council, Class President. Patricia Burke . , . will form a hiking club with Ioan Lieske . . . some Chicago loop store will hire her , . . slacks, sweaters and "boogie" get her vote . . . Clean Up, Choir, G.A.A., As We Like It. William Burke . . . picture Bill with kodak, snapping "Vic" Buhrke for Daily Times . . . loose sport clothes . . . in Lake Geneva with "Mom" . . . Sigma Quad, Carrot Tops, Student Council, Clean Up, Fire Marshal, Hall Guard. Evelyn Burkey . . . a gift from Taft . . . thinks Steinmetz kids are best . . . summer resorts keep her busy . , . tobogganing is her favorite sport . . . delights digging into her souvenir collec- tion . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. . . . When Mging wart wa in the qi . Ward Burkhardt , . . raising fine steeds is "Tex's" ambition . . . Wyoming is the place . . , Mr. Fitzgerald comes first . . . Bon Tons come next . . . loud splashy clothes get his O.K. . . . Sigma Quad, Fire Marshal. Constance Burra . . . chooses music to suit her mood . . . takes time out to play the piano . , . has a yen to see the world . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . Polish, Ofiice Service, G.A.A. Donna Buschart . . . takes to cutting . . . outstanding rooter at football games . . . has an understanding mother . . . slick. dynamic clothes are her choice . . . Mr. Temple gets her vote . . , Clean Up, G.A.A. Delores Calwas . . . "Lorrie" possesses a flair for music . . . likes suburban air . . . has penny postcards by the ton . . . typing is her speed . . . movies take her dough . . . Council, Minute Men, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Katherine Caravello . . . has lofty ambition, hopes to be a plane pilot , . . match cover collecting is her hobby . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . Lindberg comes in for praise . . , loafing isn't bad . . . G.A.A. Marion Carlson . . . hopes to invent stay-white shoe cleaner . . , past master at accumulating insignia of all kinds . , . favors Miss Farr . . . misses Mr. O'Hearn . . . has teacher tendencies . . . Dardanelles, Ofiice Service, Red Cross, N.H.S. Louise Carson . . . wafts sweet scents from her perfume collec- tion as she tickles off a tune . . . college-minded 'Lou" salutes Mrs. Soderberg . . . picks Marion as her chum . . . Air Corps is her heart throb . . . G.A.A. Robert Carson . . . picks infantry where game and not fame counts . . . outdoor sports appeal . . . Mr. Pfeil rates . . . aims his target at electrical engineering . . . prefers comfort to style . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Rifle Team, Picked Platoon, N.H.S. Millie Castrogiovanni . . . the coming seamstress would like to sew herself a few inches taller . . . sacred music soothes her . . . Spanish stirs her . . . parties cheer her . . . picks Miss Landrigan . . . Dardanelles and Stein-Sten Club. Ioseph Castronovo . . . card tricks intrigue "Cassy" . . . will demonstrate them on his dude ranch . . . fond of eating . . . Sigma Quad, Chess, Latin, Fire Marshal, Alchemstein, Rifle Team, Picked Platoon, Hall Guard. ' Philip Catania . . . talented record salesman tries his hand at photography . . . softball makes him hard . . . Miss Kilgour and Miss Farr are his pals . . , Helen Iacobson comes in for admira- tion . . . prefers jazz music. Richard Chamberlain . . . too modest to commit himself about his talents , . . chemistry is his long shot . . . fishing is his line . . . dad is his ideal . . . conservative taste in music . . . Rifle Team, French, Choir. Amerigo Chiaruttini . . . "Mac" falls for the diamond . . . likes to make baskets . . . sweet mellow music soothes him . . . swims like a duck . . . has a yen for Colorado . . . Sigma Quad, Track, Basketball. Betty Christopher . . . this candy kid will make a name at Andes . . . thinks Mrs. Soderberg is so understanding . . . give her 'iRosie" and a Fireside with dreamy music on the radio . . . G.A.A. Marion Cieszki . . . drawing, baseball and skating tops with him . . . future draftsman will work in California . . . hay rides take the cake . . . dancing keeps him stepping . . . sport clothes are solid . . . Sigma Quad. Hall Guard. Rosemary Cimino . . . three 'Arahs" for Mrs. Taglia and Guy . . . will keep the "gals" in New York beautiful in her beauty parlor . . . her expert correspondence wins friends by its cartoons . . . Italian, French. I v Leonard Ciolek . . . "Cookie" gives lip service on the harmonica . . . sports are his hobby . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his backer . . . goes for intramurals . . . Stemke is his pattern . . . boogie for him . . . Sigma Quad. Robert Clark . . . definitely set upon a flying career . . . happy when viewing air shows . . . picks Mr. Herrick and his brother as models . . . faithful worker behind the scenes . . . aesthetic taste in music . . . Stage Crew. Iames Clouston . . . "lim" definitely is a sports addict . . . pre- fers semi-splashy togs . . . leans to soft mellow music . . . admires Lou Possehl . . . favors Colorado . . . Sigma Quad, Track, Basketball, Letterman. Catherine Colaianni . , . a pearl when it comes to knitting . . . a "whiz" at the accordion . . . a "bang" at the typewriter . . , a model in sport clothes . . . a pal to Gloria . . . a worshipper of "mom," Phyllis Colette , . . "Liz" decks herself in sister's jewelry . . . has her fun at musical comedies . . . hopes her journalistic tend- encies will blossom . . . sun tanning is her specialty , . . cuts a figure on ice . . . G.A.A. Enes Collin . . . twinkle toes likes to skate . . . nursing is her ambition . . . at home in the air . . . selects Rita Gerlovich . . . will swim to success . . . likes Miss Thorsson . . . to all she's Alice Comerford . . . is frank to say she likes Miss Kilburn . . . i'Alie" swims and skates . . . likes tall blondes . . . swing music keeps her swaying , . . sports clothes are her pick . . . G.A.A, Phyllis Conforti . . . i'Philco," tall, willowy skater decks herself in sports clothes . . . paint brush and she go hand in hand . . . debating between commercial art career or marriage . . . Silver Streak, Choir, Clean Up. Michael Conoboy . . . "Mickey" turns wood into masterpieces . . . likes odds and ends so chooses to own a delicatessen . . . prefers to spruce up in dressy clothes . . . Carrot Top, Choir, Red Cross, French. Colleen Corbett . . . whiles away her time writing letters . . . tobogganing thrills her . . . a future senorita of South America . . . dancing delights . . . mom and dad are ideals . . . grants Miss Grant as choice . . . G.A.A. Anthony Corrado . . . "Tony," the C.P.A., goes for figures . . . "Oh boy" how he likes "Boogie" with friends around him . . . prefers Mr. Chidester . . . selects Bellio as his pal . . . Spanish, Red Cross, Sigma Quad. Richard Corrado . . . "Dick" wields paint brushes to the tune of Sinatra's singing . . . each stroke a dream of a submarine patrol . . . Red Cross, Clean Up, Pan-American, Sigma Quad, Swim. Ursula Cosentino . . . "Dolly" ex-rays people's characters . , abhors conceit . . . adores dressy clothes . . . likes to eat . . . puts off dieting . . . despises clicks that run everything . . . Latin, Council, Pan-American, Hall Guard. G.A.A. William Crane . . . definitely a gun man, but not the harmful kind . . . hopes to work in Field's gun and tackle shop . . . a soldier to a "T" . . . admires Sgt. Frisch . . . Alchemstein, R.O.T.C. Charles Cump . . . competes with women for talking champion- ship . . . will make a good salesman . , . bowls in his spare time . . . golfs when his pockets jingle . . . Miss Cahill and "mom" are his feminine choices. Paul Cushing . . . "Cush" whiles away his time whistling . . . ping pong and oil painting are tops . . . leans toward an artistic career . . . will live where food is good . . . Sigma Quad, Clean Up. Donald Cyrier . . . figures count with him . . . dial turning is his pastime . . . girls fascinate him . . . popular music thrills . . . sports clothes empty his pockets . . . would rather swim than eat . . . Hall Guard, Fire Marshal. Mary Danna . . . give her the wild, woolly west, a host of good friends, a wardrobe of sports clothes and her vacation is com- plete . . . prefers Army . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G.A.A., N.H.S. Geraldine Dearing . . . "Slim" sings and dances . . . "Huba! hubal", how she loves sweet, slow music . . . collects match covers . . . hopes she strikes a good match to cover her dreams . . . G.A.A. Dorothy Debler . . . the "hello girl" relaxes reading funnies . . . keeping house strikes her fancy . . . Mrs. Fausel is her pal . . . modern sports clothes are her style . . . Navy rates . . . Hall Guard, Edelweiss Verein, G.A.A. Philip De Grado . . . likes community singing . . . future busi- ness director . . . plans on an estate in Oak Park . . . refined tastes predominate . . . appreciates Miss Sutherland and Mrs. Taglia . . . loyal football fan . . . Choral, Italian. Cecilia De Marco . . . "Ce" goes for Mars bars . . . piano play- ing keeps her in tune . . . skirts and blouses keep her purse empty . . . "Mom" is her pet . . . Clean Up, Ir. Choir, Orches- tra, G.A.A. Carl Di Cicco . . . the air minded, leans to baseball . . . movies bewitch him . . . marines bestir him . . . father pleases him . . . colorful Colorado beckons him westward . . . to his friends he is "Cisco." Carole Di Cicco . . . send "Dickie" a postcard, and she's happy . . . football and baseball fan . . . "mom" is her ideal . . . a Connecticut farm, her goal , . . Stein Sten, Choir, Red Cross, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Charlene Dick . . . seeks quiet places to nose dive into books . . . displays artistic talent in fine dishes . . . nimble feet dance to jive . . . handling figures is her calling . . . Hall Guard, Library, Clean Up. Delores Diduch . . . holding down the telephone line is her best pastime . , . roller rink is her haunt . . . Miss Farr strikes her fancy . . . sentimental music thrills . . . Ir. Choir, Stein Sten, Red Cross, G.A.A. Bettvlou Diephouse . . . pa's chorus is her hobby . . . "mom" is her inspiration . . . fiddles away for fun . . . likes humorous entertainment . . . winks at the Navy . . . likes the "lugs" . . . Dardanelles, Orchestra. French, Choir, G.A.A. Marion Dill . . . the friendly type spends her leisure collecting menus . . . clicks with skating . . . army appeals because there's something about a soldier . . . Clean Up, Dardanelles, Choir, Swim, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Vita Di Matteo . . . designing clothes for 5 x 5's is 'lVi's" ambi- tion . . . the songbird seamstress thrives on "Boogie" . . . admires Mrs. Gross . . . at home on a horse . . . Mixed Choir, G.A.A., Fine Arts. Rosemary Di Tardi . . . always Di Tardi, but never late, that's our A'Micky" . . . just hear her play that accordion for Pete's sake . . . likes clean sports and snow fights . . . scorns fussy clothes . , . G.A.A. Bert Domek . . . has a musical trend and a curious mind . . . experiments on his 'ljalope" . . . medical field calls him . . . Miss Viehoff gets his vote . . . Navy scores high . , . Math, Alchemstein, Latin. Donald Doneqan . . . ice skating cuts a figure with "Don" . , . prefers Chicago sunshine . . . "mom" spells the ideal . . . tackle and clubs keep him fishing and golfing . . . moderation in clothes is a must . . . Sigma Quad, Hall Guard. Raymond Dour . . . to sleep and to eat is Ray's delight . . . mountain life lures him . . . takes a whack at bowling . . . hopes to land a job in a mint . . . military life has no appeal. Dolores Dowling . . . surrounds herself with photographs . . . finds diversion in skating . . . has her eye on an ofiice job . . . idolizes 'imomh and Miss Kilburn . . . double features win applause . . . Minute Men, G.A.A. Marilyn Dray . . . Russia draws her attention . . . offers helpful advice on interior decorating . . . destined to propound cosmetic wonders in Lelong laboratories . , . Miss Feely will get samples . . . Pan American, Alchemstein, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. Diane Dressler . . . dancing and eating please "Queenie" . . . a devotee of Latin America . . . concert pianist is her goal . . , selects Miss Landrigan . . . "mom" is her ideal . . . father is her pride . . . Concert Band, Orchestra, G.A.A. Ralph Duke . . . the name smacks of royalty . . . bike riding and skating keep "Duke" close to nature . . . add to this 'Amomf' dad and a few friends, and theres happiness supreme. Rosemarie Durante . . . "Shorty" will be a dietician . . . will watch your weight . . . spends her time reading, loafing and sailing . . . has an ear for operettas . . . Alchemstein, Italian, Red Cross. Ylaeee weee faeewellef foe the 60llA who went . . . Dolores Dvorak . . . has designs on a shop in Hollywood . . . will look for Miss Landrigan and Io . . . Cugat's records please , . . biking and swimming keep her fit . . . Clean Up, Hall Guard, Ir. Service, Council. Thomas Dyrda . , . "Tomak" has special talent for repairing odds and ends . . . sports minded, enjoys baseball, football and basketball . . . future professional ball player . . . will work in Cubs Park . . . Mr. Nalecz is his choice. Pearl Dziedzic . . . A'Boots" dances around collecting pictures . . . sings to beat the band . . . Marines stand a chance . . . goes for sport clothes . . . at home on a horse . . . "Mom" comes in for praise . . . Polish. Betty lane Ebel . . . "Giggles" welds, makes up new words . . . doesn't like work, but nice people appeal . . . Dardanelles, Council, Choir, Silver Streak, Iunior Service, Gym Secretary, G.A.A. Dolores Ebenroth . . , "Do" has a sock full of silver dollars . . . tobogganing gets her down . . . Mrs. l-lege lifts her , . , baseball games keep her screaming . . . soft, sweet music for her . . . G.A.A.. Ring Committee. Doris Eddy . . . misses Mr. O'Hearn . . . confides in Miss Yetter . . . has jaunted through all the western states . . . hopes to take dictation soon . . . Hawaiian music soothes . . . Council. Stein Sten, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. . . . We well we knew jqAt what flint mean t. Edward Edwards . . . "Eddie" likes to exercise his vocal cords . . . not long on education. but strong for Miss Feely . . . Chicago is his love , . . will land in the Army . . . Boys' Choir. Mildred Edwards . . . "the scribe" loves to write letters . . suburbs are her choice . . . Miss Landrigan is her pet . . . music is a must . . . Dardanelles. Pan American, Silver Streak, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Marylyn Eilers . . . "Lyn" dashes off a letter between piano performances . . . winter winds have no charms for her . . . dads ofiice is her workshop . . . thrills to slow sentimental harmony . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iune Ekberg . . . placid Iune loves to loaf, but gets a kick out of horseback riding . . . would like to bowl with Mrs. Beach . . . chums with Carol . . . future artist . . . G.A.A. Warren Elke . . . with his head in the clouds he expects to fly to success . . . picks a lonely island for solace . . . Mr. Bradley's jokes please . . . his feet have touched many states . . . Sigma Quad. Marguerite Engels . . . needs a special room for her souvenirs . . . . likes to sit by the fireside and dream . . . hopes she's strong when she grows old . . . Army appeals and good music pleases. Kat IA Z dm, and IL George Fialco . . . A'Twin" motorcycles well , . . hopes to reach South America . . . sets the style in sports attire . . . has an ear for good music . . . it runs in the family . . . Council, Sigma Quad. Raymond Fialco . . . the man with the muscle takes to weight lifting . . . pheasants are his target . . . fish stories are his specialty . . . engineer seems to be his calling . . . Navy clothes appeal . . . Sigma Quad. Don Fiducci . . . sailing high in his air plane is "D's" ambition . . . his father is his co-pilot . . . seeks the quiet spot to dwell . . . Miss Farr excels . . . Fixit, Sigma Quad. Muriel Finnemore . . . the needle woman takes time off for a whirl on her bike . . . if she must work, then it's typing she'll do . . . a tail gunner will rescue her . . . G.A.A. Theodore Flesor . , . "give me slow, sweet music," says he . . . "put me on a train to Wisconsin headed for the gridiron, with sports togs on my back and brother by my side" . . . Latin, Basketball. , Geo "a Fletter . . . a jewelx from Taft has "See Chicago" as her mott . . . stage attractsa. ' sportsldbthif suit freezing is her inter pastime . . '. ardane s, Fixit,,,' G en Curtain, Ste' - ten, Bed Crosy, . V 'V , V ,J .X If t l f t X J' X V f V .1 4 Normaiean Erickson . . . future veterinarian hopes to live in California . . . horsebacking and training animals delight her . . . sweaters and skirts fill her wardrobe . . . prefers the Air Corps . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A, A Iames Eudeikis . . . friendly lim builds planes and writes plays . . . has radio future . . . Star, Fix-lt, Green Curtain, Boys' Choir, Orchestra, Sigma Quad, Choral Society, As You Like It, Student Council, Lois Evensen . . . the bachelor girl, prefers career to matrimony, says she . . . dress designing sends her "ga-ga" . . . has college ambition . . . selects the Army . . . Red Cross, Hall Guard, Student Council, G.A.A. Elsie Falkenstein . . . 'iLiz" likes to study people . . . hopes to capitalize on her piano playing . . . honest "Abe" is her ideal . . . corduroy jackets appeal . . . Council, Ofiice Service, Alchem- stein, Red Cross, Dardanelles, V. Pres. of Iunior class, N.H.S. Gloria Farina . . . i'Glo" knows how to pile up a saucy soda . . . clings to storybook dolls . . . likes Miss Haley . . . asks Santa for a sled . . . seeks employment in Tribune oliice . . . G.A.A., Hall Guard. Lorraine Fedro . . . will draw her pay by drawing for a com- mercial artist company . . . perfume bottles adorn her boudoir . . . winter pastime is keeping warm . . . Polish, Hall Guard, Clean Up, Lunch Room Police, G.A.A. too... 7, if fi, J xg,.f'fJ . Changed the Alfie from 91244, to blue. Howard Ford . . . baseball diamond sparkles for him . , . Stan Hack is his ideal . . . Livermore comes next . . . comedy is his preference . . . sweet, low music calms him . . . Spanish, Base- ball, Basketball, Lunchroom Police. Norbert Formella . . . at home on the ice . . . a good listener . . . traveling is his ambition . . . modeling airplanes is one of his many sidelines . , . Miss Thorsson is his favorite . . . selects the Navy. Marjorie Frankenberg . . . ambitious to cultivate a perpetual smile . . . prefers the wide plains of Texas . . . hums along with popular tunes . . . Navy attracts her eye . . . Minute Men, Pan American, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Helen Frankowski , . . "Frankie" is frank in saying she likes to loaf . . . skiing, skating and bowling keep her busy . . . likes Miss Landrigan . . . Pan-American, Silver Streak, Fixit, Stein- Sten, G.A.A. Rosemary Fredrickson . . . "away to the suburbs for me," says she . . . there to swim, skate, dance and pursue a career . . . no imbibers are welcome . . . Pan-American, As You Like It, G.A.A. William Frey . . . piles up an assortment of guns . . . hunting is his escape . , . butter and eggs have an appeal . . . Mr. Temple will be his customer . . . Marines may land him yet . . . Student Council. Theresa Fricano . . . titian top Terry, the hat modeler, favors Mr. Ramsey-and Grandmother . . . Navy scores, too . . . California rates . . . dancing tops . . . Carrot Tops, Office Service, Choir, Italian. Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iune Frye . . . hopes her writing ambitions will materialize . . . winter firesides, summer showers suit her moods . . . easy street for her . . . likes Mr. Frelich . . . Hall Guard, Clean Up, As We Like It, G.A.A. Suzanne Gall . . . plays the accordion . . . collects souvenirs . . . ought to make a model housewife . . . suburbs attract her . . . Mother is her pal . . . office work holds her interest . . . so does Mr. Frelich . . . G.A.A. Aldine Galloni . . . "Chickey" dances a bit . . . pins her hopes to 300 score in bowling . . . to make modeling her side line . . . tieless boys annoy her . . . sunny Florida calls her . . . horse- back riding pleases . . . G.A.A. Marie Galluzzo . . . apples and books score . . . a candy kid in summer . . . favors Miss Kilburn . . . goes in for match book collecting . . . prefers the "gobs" . . . likes dreamy music . . . Fixit, Hall Guard. Linus Galuska , . . high flying fascinates "Liny," the harmonica expert . . . farm life with plenty of ice cream wins approval . . . he's game when there's game to hunt . . . clothes don't bother this farmer. Doloris Garb . . . "Dee" likes to slumber . . . banking hours suit her . . . so does a certain "gob" . . . to make good is her aim . . . Miss Kilgour rates . . . Clean Up, Choir, Office Service, Bowling, G.A.A. Angelo Garzonetti . . . summer work in a cemetery keeps him alive . . . Texas plains invite him . . . Miss Selinger scores . . . model airplanes are his pastime . . . loud ties are his specialty . . . Hall Guard, Choir. Anne Gaydula . . . remember "Annie," when housewife role claims you, bowling, loafing and ice skating go out . . . a cer- tain sailor will claim her . . . California might be her future home . . . French, G.A.A. Iohn Gehringer . , . gets a kick out of football . . . modeling air planes will pay dividends later . . . admires his lady love . . . hopes to settle in California . . . prefers South American music . . . Football, Track. Thomas Genuk . . . "Goont" plays the "go to me and come from" . . . if you have an odd stamp, hand it to Tom . . . a radio fan with football broadcasts . . . Student Council, Stein-Verein. Raymond Gerber . . . chooses Navy to avoid footaches . . . an ardent Cub fan . . . hopes to shock the world with his electrical engineering . . . weighty comedy keeps him amused . . . Mr. Pfeil is his bosom friend . . . Math. Rita Gerlovich . . . "Reet," a swimming nurse will travel afar . . . her music wins applause . . . books keep her busy and so does Diane Dressler . . . As You Like -lt, Pan-American, Cou- Robert Gigante . . . USenator" likes to dress for the occasion . . . stage life rates high and Mr. Ramsey, too . . . prefers classical music . . . President of Fixit Club . . . Green Curtain, Sigma Quad, Student Council, Star. Ruth Gilke . . . piano playing 'ARudy" will travel in the future . . . has college aspirations . . . bowling is her diversion . . . goes for casual clothes and fussy ones are out . . . Dardanelles, Red Cross, Library, Choir, G.A.A. Thelma Gordon . . . a senorita of few words, but has hidden tal- ents . . . her winsome smile will win you , . . picks mother as her model . . . sports clothes appeal . . . Silver Streak, Office Serv- ice, G.A.A. Ann Gowdy . . . genial 'ALiz" likes nursing . . . prefers Wesley Memorial . . . adores Miss Farr , . . swimming and skating occupy her leisure . . . Student Council, Minute Men, Latin, French, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Theresa Graczyk , . . snow flies when Terry gets a shoveling . . . excels in tripping the light fantastic , . . her future is in the bag . . . prefers the Air Corps . . . has loft ideas . . . Carrot Tops, Chorus. Eileen Greene . . . dealing with 'istiffsu is her undertaking with "torchy" tunes to cheer her . . . snowball scraps delight her . . . mother is her idol . . . As You Like lt, Pan-American, G.A.A. Paul Greene . . . leans to the artistic . . . hopes to guard his country's coast . . . decorating planes might be his calling . . . Mr. Havlicek is in the swim . . . neat, not showy clothes for him . . . Choir. lean Gresham . , . has a yearning for the west . . . skates to keep trim . . . swims to keep from drowning . . . dances to get places . . . idolizes "mom" . . . selects Miss Kilburn . . . junior Choir, G.A.A. cert Band . . . G,A.A. r 1 , , LE Lillian Grexa . . . "Blondie" would like a job modeling mat- tresses . , . delights in pinning herself up with costume jewelry . . . artist's colony is her future home . , . a certain red head shines . . . Choir, Visual Ed. Iune Gringer . . . claims title to champion loafer . , . a star at telling 'Acorneyh jokes . . . prefers bell-bottomed trousers , . . there's a Winchell in her life, not Walter . . . Student Council, Red Cross, Choir, G.A.A. Iames Griseto . . . works in a cemetery, but doesn't bury his talent in music . . . tackles all sports . . . has a musical touch . . . civilian life is his choice . . . a thoroughbred Chicagoan . . . Phil Catania rates, Arnold Groe . . . "Arnie" is reticent about his ambitions and talents . . . people in general please him . . . wants to travel . . . prefers to do it in civies rather than in uniform . . . likes Miss Grant. Barbara Gross . . . "Babs" has a mania for accumulating pins. postcards, chums . . . bag the sweater and shorten the skirt and you'll satisfy her . . . Army boys attract her . . . G.A.A. Sylvia Guerra . . . 'fSlim" skates the pounds away . . . a conq vertible coupe cops her dreams . . . soft, dreamy music keeps her in step . . . Mrs, Beach is her pet , , , prefers sports clothes . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Charles Gutberlet . . . chemical mixtures intrigue HChuck" . . . will try out mechanical engineering in California . . . always in a hurry, but slows down to greet Mr, Temple and cheer his pals at the gridiron . . . N.H.S. Elaine Haack . . . is up in the air when it comes to planes . . . plenty of leisure is the secret of her calmness . . . postcard collecting is her hobby . . . Chicago suits her . . . Pan- American, N.H.S. Shirley Hall . . . "Kitten," the coquette trips the light fantastic to the rhythm of her favorite love songs . . . misses her dancing sailor . . . delights in dress clothes and high heels . . . idolizes 'Amom" . . . G.A.A. Betty Hammang . . . talented dishwasher takes time out to do a little cycling . . . will be a noted twinkle-toe on the ice . . . likes potatoes so chooses Idaho . . . Edelweiss Verein. G.A.A. Clifford Handzel . . . A'Skip" knows his piano , . . might design the future Chicago . . . has architectural tendencies . . . Lloyd W1'ight is his pattern . . . at home in water, but prefers the desert . . . understands "plane" language. Iohn Hansen . . . claims no talents, admits no hobbies but excels in swimming . . . likes to get at the bottom of things so research is his future . . . conservative clothes for him . . . Sigma Quad, Choir. Ioy Hansen . . . "Pepper" sings and collects snapshots . . . future secretary likes swimming and skating . . . Miss Fosse is her favorite . . . music and tailored suits suit her . . . Dardanelles, Clean Up, G,A.A., N.H.S. Ioseph Harlin . . . a life of leisure pleases "Ice" . . . hockey has an appeal . , . future superintendent of schools . . . wants to live in the White House . , . parties galore keep this gay lad happy. Geraldine Harte . . . outings at Lake Geneva get her vote . . . college ambitions keep her studying . . . "mom" and dad win her admiration . . . dreamy music soothes her leisure . . . Ir. Choir, Latin, French, Council, G.A.A. Geraldine Hartnett . . . "Gerry" goes for mystery stories . . . interested in advertising . . . likes the jingle of money and Miss Landrigan , . . Office Service, Silver Streak, Water Pageant, Leaders, Iunior Service, Dardanelles, G.A.A., Bowling. Peter Heck . . . pitching a tent here and there, snapping the camera now and then, a plunge in the water, a turn about on the ice furnish diversion for "Buck," Keith Hefner . . . "Hef" croons and cartoons . . . Broadway bright lights call this actor . . . prize dancer if you keep your feet away . . . Green Curtain, Star, Lettermen, Track, Hall Guard. Fern Henrikson , . . lofty ideas fill her head as she dreams of an airport job . . . California is her goal . . . Red Cross, Minute Men, Hall Guard, Latin, Office Service. lack Hoffmann . . . the calm quiet life of an engineer is Iack's wish . . . faithful fan of football and basketball . . . praises Miss Farr . . . movies take his cash . . . German. Robert Holmes . . . boasts of no talents, but anxiously awaits the snow . . . expert snowball fighter . . . overalls suit him best . . . taboos the army because of long hikes and ties . . . Stein Verein. Theodora Hopewell . . . a gift to Steinmetz from Seattle . . . longs to return to the west . . . Miss Yetter supplies her with dramatic outlets . . . caters to long-haired music . . . suits suit her . . . Green Curtain. Veronica Horwath . . . insignias mean much to "Ronnie" . . . supply her with dressy clothes and classical music . . . house- keeping has an appeal . . . a certain someone is the reason . . . California attracts the mermaid . . . G.A.A. Geraldine Houdek . . . the eyes of Texas are upon her . . . dances and swims to the rhythm of popular strains . . . ofiice work will be her livelihood . . , prefers sports clothes . . . Red Cross, G.A.A. Betty Houlberg . . . is past master at getting out of classes . . , has stage ambitions . . . party-minded "Bet" hopes to live in the White House . . . modeling is her flare . . . Green Curtains, Student Council. Eleanor Hubner . . . collecting records rates with A'Ellie" . . . likes to take life easy . . . hopes to land an oflice job in the golden west . . . likes to sew fussy clothes . . . swimming keeps her active . . . GAA. Harriet Huebner . . . "Dolly," nimble of feet and generous with letters, expects to tip toe to fame . . . loan White is her shadow . . . Ted Pethes, her inspiration . . . Dardanelles, As We Like lt, N.H.S. Pe ce followed cloAe upon tlaeik Hail . . . Arline Hummel . . . likes life's luxuries . . . outdoor sports top . . . hopes to type for a livelihood . . . dancing keeps her on her toes . . . mother is her ideal . . . evening dresses appeal . . . G.A.A. Helen lacobson . . . pedagogue ambitions will find "lake" teach- ing college English . . . Bob Hope's jokes tops . . . Miss Yetter pleases . . . brother is her pet . . . Orchestra, Alchemstein, School Publicity, Green Curtains, Silver Streak. G.A.A, Barbara Ianis . . . ice skating clicks with "Ian" . . . longs to be an artist . . . Miss Rolence and "Kits" are pinned high . . . semi-classics and dancing are dreamy with her . . . Dardanelles, Iunior Service, G.A.A. Don layhan . , . "Chips" goes along clicking the camera . . . keeps abreast with current topics . . . riding keeps him broke . . . skating has him down . . . Mr. Vesel gets his vote . . . Navy comes first. Virginia Iensen . . . might own a knitting shop . . . likes to keep house and make up picnic lunches . . . drives in the country thrill her . . . so do Paratroopers , . . selects waltz music . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A. Edward Iepsen . . . look out here comes "Eddy" the gun hobby man . . . he's looking for pheasants. not for you . . . wide open spaces for him . . . has an urge to work in lumber mills. . . . feom dieitqnt Alaoke out 6o4tA Aet Aqib Allan lohnson . . . future billionaire believes in bowling . . . prefers overalls. over all . . . Donald Duck delights . . . friendly "Al" enjoys lively music . . . will see the world with Navy . . . Mr. Temple is favorite . . . Math. Dorothy Iohnson . . . cello playing calls out the best in her . . . goes for tailored togs . . . aesthetic music finds favor . . . mermaid minded . . . adores Nina . . . Symphony Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Choir, G.A.A. Elaine Iohnson . . . fried chicken and put plenty of red before A'Chici" and you'll make her happy . . . Green Curtain, Swim, Pan-American, Leader Class, Choir, Red Cross, Clean Up. Mary Iohnson . . . happy Mary likes to make people laugh . . . looking for her ideal . . . modern business oflice is her dream . . . dotes on Army Air Corps . . . despises conceit . . . Dar- danelles, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Rosemary lokiel . . . to travel is 'ARo's" ambition . . . prefers office work . . . Hawaiian music thrills her . . . Lou rates . . . Navy ranks high . . . mother comes first . . . French, G.A.A. loy lones . . . to strut about adorned in modern fashions is Ioy's joy . . . circus, carnivals, excitement baffle her . . . her grand- mother is precious to her . . . likes Miss Yetter and Miss Boller, Latin, G.A.A. IO X 3 X 'Q- 5 .2 is ix -xg Victoria Kaloustian . . . collecting rhymes and keyboard per- formance are her hobbies . . . busy future secretary longs for sunny Florida . . . Miss Kilburn gets her vote . . . sweaters meet her approval . . . G.A.A., Student Council. Wilbert Kannberg . . . little "Willie" picks his favorite gun and a-hunting he will go . . . North woods is his hideout . . . Kast is his bodyguard . . . Miss Kilgour gets the pheasants . . . Choir. Herbert Kast . . . future resort owner has tackled a fishing tackle collection . . . Mr. Bradley is his friend . . . out for the game is his diversion . . , plain clothes appeal . . . Police, R.O.T.C. Gertrude Kelle . . . sweet Hawaiian music thrills . . . Wisconsin hills give her ideas for her stories . . . good music keeps her balanced . . . reads for relaxation . . . loves dad . . . Edelweiss, Red Cross, Minute Men, Choir, G.A.A. Gerald Keller . . . definitely not the club type . . . prefers few but good friends . . . a friend to all animals . . . wide open spaces with plenty of game to hunt is his ambition . . . Para- troopers' life for him. Robert Keller . . . not long on military life . . . chemical com- bustions intrigue him . . . Elke and Wiegey are his shadows . . . not keen about work, but goes for sharp plaids . . . Alchemstein, Sigma Quad, Carrot Tops. Ula 60ll.6 came matching home once mote . . . Dolores Kelly . . . off on a horse goes our future nurse . . . California will be her destination . . . has broad ideas when it comes to eating . . . Red Cross, Swim, Clean Up, G.A.A. Ieanne Kennedy . . . reaching for high notes and pinning up base- ball stars will give Ieannie her start in her advertising ambition . . , tennis nets her fun . . . prefers real stage plays . . . Fixit, G.A.A. Marylou Kennedy . . . this domestic lass keeps slim by swims . . . realizes importance of being a good wife . . . treasures parents and home . . . talking is her pastime . . . jewelry collec- tion is her extravagance . . . Swim, French, G.A.A. Helen King . . . "Blond Venus" wears sweaters well . . . "Murder," says she, how I like those baseball games . . . yearns to drive a car . . . hopes to type herself through life . . . G.A.A. Gloria Kirchvogel . . , 'iKirch," future wife and mother, enjoys photography . . . swims, horseback rides and goes tobogganing . . . Mr. Chidester is her choice . . . mother is her ideal . . . prefers casual clothes and popular music . . . French, Math, Star. Iohn Klaska . . . will hibernate in the North Woods . . . hockey and football keep this humorous lad happy . . . takes eating as his pastime . . . is attracted to bright, flashy apparel . . . prefers boogie-Woogie. . . . 14nd tlaeke weee pqttietf 64, the Acvee. Glenna Knodel . . . riding and skating thrill 'iGlenn" . . . future nurse will live in Nevada . . . "Mom" spells her ideal . . . is attracted to movies and tailored clothes. Mildred Koch . . , hi there! little housewife, how's the swimming and skating in sunny California . . . must see plenty movies there . . . tailored suits are the last word. G.A.A., German. Betty Kohler . . . sport wardrobe appeals . . . will make some man a good wife . . . 'Amom" is her model . . . Miss Polka is her inspiration . . . bowling pins her down . . . Marines attract . . . Hall Guard. Irene Koralik . . . the lark has competition when "I" sings . . . western skies call her . . . Mr. Ramsey pleases her . . . football fan . . , Fixit, Council, Clean Up, Alchemstein, Latin, Fine Arts, Ofiice Service. Antoinette Korber . . . minus a phonograph but still collects records . . . parties and dances please this future fashion designer . . . is delighted with "Dad" . . . basketball, slow boogie rate . . . G.A.A., Clean Up. Evelyn Kordek . , . "Sunshine" likes to pipe dream about her collection of wish-bones and canines . . . farmin appeals . . . slick fitting Navy uniforms attract . . . Polish, glffice Service, As We Like It, Minute Men, Red Cross. Lou Kos . . . countless talents is his boast . . . clang clang of the fire truck calls him to duty . . . a certain "candy kid" waits for him . . . looks to Mr. Holm for advice . . . Polish, Foot- ball. Track. Ioseph Kowalski . . . globe-trotting Ioe, the famous woodcarver has college in mind . . . mechanical engineer is his goal . . . Mr. Holm is his guide . . . proud of the Cubs . . . Polish, Sigma Quad. Alchemstein, N.H.S. Marion Krahn . . . writes letters even on horseback . . . marriage is her ambition . . . "mom" is her inspiration, California her destination, homework her aggravation . . . Choir, Latin. Clean Up, G.A.A. Dorothy Kroger . . . "Dot," the humble, claims no talents, har- bors no hobbies . . . prefers slow dance tunes . . . keeps in touch with Larry . . . wants to do nursing , . , admires her "mom" . . . G,A.A., German Club. Ray Kroll . . . little car fixer hunts and swims . . . definitely not troubled with insomnia . . . Mr. Downey is his advisor . , . California has him hypnotized . . . dotes on movies and plays . . . Hall Guard. Charlene Kuhlemeier . . . future pedagogue goes in for small- town life . . . her walls talk aloud with Van lohnson's pictures . . . mother is her ideal . . . symphonies are her choice . . . sports clothes rate . . . French, GA.A. Harry Kullmann . . . has a flair for playing the "sweet potato" . . . aircraft engines and designing delight him . . . is addicted to singing barber-shop songs . . . champion War Bond salesman . . . Sigma Quad, German, Math, U' , Theresa Kurzer . . . wholesome sports are heffpastinie . . . Miss Landrigan rates . . . Californian horizons bi-ckon hopes to earn enough for a hope chest and than take fn-'a husband . . . Council, Ir. Service, Dardanelles, N.ljZS. I f loseph La Berg . . . future ace of the air prefers the great out- doors . . . purr of motors hypnotizes him . . . likes the peaceful life . . . Sigma Quad. Fire Marshals, Pre-Medics, Rifle Team. Richard La Cost . . . 'iDick" admires beautiful girls . . . a little slow to action, but gets there . . . sorry to leave Steinmetz . . . proud of his parents . , . prefers Chicago . . . hopes to travel. Noreen Lagerholm . . . "Shorty" is someone to look up to . . . drawing fashion plates is her talent , . . Miss Landrigan rates . . . sewing gives her a ripping time . . . Council, Hall Guard, Office Service, Latin, GAA. Consetta Lancione . . . loyal to the Air Corps . . . maybe her sweetie is there . . . at home on a horse's back . . . counts well on a comptometer . . . sways to swing music . . . Council, Choir, GAA. Raymond Larsen . . . "Can you spare an Indian penny?" pleads "Larsen as he planes his way to Minnesota . . . Miss Thorssen can have a free ride anytime . . . swoons at Crosby's croonings, Audrey Larson . . . dainty little Audrey surrounds herself with miniature dogs . . . does her courting over the net . . . her artistic ability will pay her dividends . . . i'Mom" is her ideal . . . Dardanelles, Choir, PanfAmerican, GAA., N.H.S. Arlette Lauschke . . . hoards perfume bottles . . . motorboat riding keeps her from becoming bored . . . skirts and sweaters keep her warm . . . domestic tendencies will shorten her job as stenographer . . . mother teaches her . . . GAA. Chester Lawdenski . . . has hankering for Marine's role . . . big lumberjacks win his admiration . . . scorns boogie . . . selects popular . . . pheasant hunting strikes a favorable note . . . so does Mr. Temple . . . Pan-American, Choir, Football. Frank Le Beau . , . "Frenchy" has had a taste of Canada . . . specializes in exercising his vocal chords . . . beach loafing lays him flat . . . White House dreams lift him up . . . overalls cover all . . . R.V.A.G. Ruth Le Blanc . . . "Ruthie" does enjoy that popcorn at Cubs' games . . . piano is her flair . . . i'mom's" her honey . . . casual note marks her wardrobe . . . Streak, Dardanelles, Green Cur- tain, Latin, Choir, Iunior Service. Virginia Lech . . . modest Verge admits no talents . . . let's the rest of the world go by as she collects souvenirs from her friends . . . misses Mr. Novak . . . will type her way through life. lean Leiper . . . keyboard performance will lead to the role of concert pianist . . . Mrs. Haas and Miss Haley will be her audience . . . baseball games stir her . . . Council, Hall Guard, GAA. Dorothy Lemke . . . will spend her leisure in reading her mail collection . , . bike stunts are her specialty . . . Sears will provide her livelihood . . . Navy harbors her hero . . . clad is her pal . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Blanche Leschmann . . . abhors slacks . . . adores Miss Farr . . . dotes on frilly blouses . . . delights in snow-balling . . . admits she sings well . . . falls for Oregon . . . Dardanelles, Stein-Sten, Red Cross, Choir, G.A.A. Ioyce Lewis . . . "Skip" has the sleep hobby . . . has premium on shows and skating . . . popular music tops the "must" list . . . Mrs. Beach and "Mom" win her soul . . . California takes her breath . . . G.A.A. Ioseph Lieggi . . . rebuilds cars to the rhythm of jive . . . Sinatra appeals . . . so does Mr. Ramsey . . . baseball and hockey shine . . . Navy uniforms take the lead . . . Council, Italian, Carrot Tops. Ioan Lieske . . . slicks up in nifty slacks . . . dances nimbly as she chats . . . confides her troubles to Mr. Ruzicka . . . worships dad . . . Council, Clean Up, As We Like It, Stein Sten, Lunch Room Police. Dorothy Lilja . . . tooting her clarinet and tobogganing rate with "Dot" . . . Arkansas, Mr. Chidester, tuna fish and Thelma come on her A'like" list . . . only sincere people need apply . . . Band, Guard, G.A.A. Vivian Linder . . . the world's renowned weight-lifter paints in oils for pastime . . . refined taste in music . . . thinks living in a hanger is ideal . , . grease jobs are her delight . . . G.A.A. Mary Lippi . . . draws more than her breath . . . her paintings might hang in galleries . . . coat of tan is her summer ambition , . . admires Mr. Lloyd . . . will hibernate in North Woods . . . French, G.A.A. Robert Livermore . . . would like to model mattresses . . . diamond keeps him sparkling . . . Wrigley Field is his ambition . . . has a flair for dancing . . . likes Miss Roy . . . Red Cross, Student Council, Baseball, Basketball. Rita Luedtke . . . "Reet" scores countless talents . . . high slides and high dives attract her . . . craves authorship . . . 'rowdy- dowsn at baseball games . . . likes music . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Pan-American, Star, G.A.A. Richard Mackey . . . stamp collecting and growing vegetables make "Dick" contented . . . the "Dairyland" state for him . . . Mr. Ramsey is his pal . . . selects Navy because he thinks chances for getting a wife are better . . . Fixit, N.l-l.S. William Mac Swiney . . . "Mac" will make his money in a mint . . . will spend it in California on a certain Ioan . . . Mr. Herrick is his pal . . . food attracts, so chooses the Navy . . . Marshal, Police. Iohn Madej . . . admits no talents but his woodcarvings excel , . . finds pleasure on the bridle path . . . idolizes his dad, admires Mr. Pfeil . . . goes for popular music and sports clothes . . . Sigma Quad. Helene Magad . . . positively the feminine type . . . has classical taste in music . . . has no favorites among her friends . . . swims and plays love sets . . . Pan American, Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Choir. Chester Maiewski . . . a likeable promoter with legal possibilities . . . exceptionally sociable . . . F.D.R. is his model . . . enjoys Miss Landrigan and Mexico . . . Sigma Quad, Fixit, Student Council, Pan-American, As You Like It. Iames Mall . . . ulimmief' the fiddler, seeks a medical halo at Loyal University . . . more power to him . . . music is definitely his love . . . his subdued taste scorns wild colors . . . Symphony, Band, Campus Crew. Marie Marinello . . . A'Mur" goes Ugah gah" over air corps uni- forms . . . spends time on the bridle path . . . movies are her weakness . . . loafing in sunny California is thrilling . . . A'Mom" and Mrs. Bade are her pets. Emily Marino . . . conceals her talents in her sewing basket . . . resolves to quit teasing her brother . . . is seeking her ideal . . . loves originality . . . respects the intelligentsia , . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Office Service, Fixit, Red Cross. Marilyn Markovitch . . . atoms and molecules follow her to the sunny west . . . cold weather has no charms for her . . . U.S.C.L. is her goal . . . an expert at the wheel . . . Alchemstein, Silver Streak, Math., Red Cross, Minute Men, Dardanelles, N.H.S. Shirley Marsh . . . finds charm in a bracelet . . . small town life attracts . . . has the collecting hobby . . . casual clothes and swing music are a part of her . . . Dardanelles, Silver Streak, Red Cross, Iunior Service, Oflice Service. Elsie Marshall . . . has the college spirit . . . it's North Central for her . . . her magnetic personality draws friends . . . star football fan . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Staff, Choir, Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild, G.A.A. William Martens . . . a lad of high ideals . . . idolizes parents . . . makes friends easily . . . strong for warm climates . . . a fashion plate of man's attire . . . Minute Men, Pan-American, Sigma Quad, Choir, Voice Club. Robert Marx success is aramount in 'ABob's" mind . . . p . . keyboard strategy is his pastime . . . ladies come first in his life . . . raves about a certain Betty Ellen . . . conceited people are checked out . . . Sigma Quad. Patricia Mastandrea . . social "Pat" wins the rize for talkin - P Q . . . future actress delights in dreaming, drawing and sentimental music . . . college beckons . . . Navy and Army on a par . . Green Curtains, G.A.A. Virginia Mateja . . "Vie" has dreams . a rivate swimmin . . . p g pool is one . . . dancing studio is another . , . dress shop is a third . . . Dardanelles. Alchemstein, Stein-Sten, Swim, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Mary Rose McBride . . . "Mac" knows her antiques . , . working on cadavers is her ambition . . . football games, her lung exercise . . . Red Cross, Star, As We Like It. Dardanelles, Clean Up, Student Council, G,A.A., N.H.S. Dolores McDonnell . . . lady equestrian has a flair for psy- chology . . . dances her cares away . . . Miss Fosse gets her vote . . . horse shows get her money . . . Florida is her destina- tion . . . saddle shoes are tops . . . Swim. Robert McMenamin . . . California sunshine has "Bob" turning west . . . swimming keeps him well washed up . . . devotes time in chemical laboratory . . . rugged Marine life for him . . . not club-minded but has plenty friends, Then when timeA wet-e once mote cqlm . . . The June 97444 fmteted the unmet P vm Naomi Miers . . . unusual accompanist will make her mark . . . rare collection of books will bring her fame . . . Lorraine will share her glory . . . Miss Fosse will be in her will . . . Boys' Choir, Dardanelles, N.H.S. Marion Milkowski . . . lunching is "Milky's" pastime . . . aims to be helpful to others . . . hopes to be happy with her future husband . . . idolizes her future mother-in-law . . . Stein Sten, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Barbara Miller . . . likes to collect news and records . . . Tribune will get her some day . . . "Bobbie" likes bobby socks, sports clothes and sentimental music . . . Clean Up, Red Cross, Student Council, G.A.A. Mildred Miller . . . craves spaghetti and Miami Beach . . . her ambition reaches the clouds . . . expects to be an airline stew- ardess . . . canters on the bridle path . . . Green Curtain, Student Council, G.A.A. Shirlee Miller . . . free and easy life please "Ann" . . . casual clothes take her "dough" . . . Miss Farr and sister Dot rate . . . Clean-Up. Ir. Service, As You Like It, Visual Ed., Ir. Girls' Choir. Iames Mitsch . . . a snap here, a snap there, keeps Iim's picture album up to date . . . accordion playing is his weakness . . , Du Pont is his goal . . . Choir, Football, Fire Marshals. Clue Ifelaind el owed the Geraldine Moscinski . . . a starlet spends her time with her head in a book . . . dotes on her "mom" . . . looking for a dictator in a big office . . . Dardanelles, Polish, Council, Choir, G.A,A., N.H,S. Gunvald Moseid . . . sharp shooting and hunting are for "Gunny" . , . will work in the great outdoors . . . symphony music and shows entertain him . . . skiing, Mr. Temple and sports clothes please him. lean Mroz . . . "Peanuts" fits in anywhere, shell and all . . . Adrienne is her shadow . . . gossip columns are her hobby . . . ambitious to add inches . . . looks up to the Navy . . . Dar- danelles, Green Curtain, Fixit. Loretta Mroz . . . eating, dancing, skating are her delights . . . success in business is her ambition . . . only persons with good dispositions need apply . . . 'Aoh brother," how she likes Navy . . . Polish, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. Carolyn Mueller . . . her Steinmetz scrap book is her pride . . . has her eye on Beverley Hills . . . "mom" comes in for praise . . . Miss Landrigan gets her vote . . . wears casuals well . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A. Robert Mydlil . . . hopes to ride in a motorcycle marathon . . . favors ice skating and Miss Ornstein . . . treasures his mother . . . hopes to live in ltaska, lll .... likes to golf and swim . . . prefers Navy. Robert Moeller . . . 'AWhite" excels in performance on Hawaiian guitar . . . an expert at card shuffling . . . future lies in engineer- ing . . . ardent fan of football and basketball . . . prefers Army . . . likes definitely masculine attire . . . Polish. Anthony Monaco . . . little 'ATony" likes the jingle of sleigh bells . . . wants to own a store . . . bet it's a food shop . . . traveling has charm for him . . . so does his mother and Miss McTigue, William Monk , . . 'AMonk's" jokes grow whiskers . . . dialing short waves keeps him turning . . . engineer research starts him guessing . . . stamp of approval on Pop Pfeil . . . wades through heavy comedy . . . Navy is O.K .... Math. Iearme Monson . . . "Skeezix," the singing housewife bowls for fun . . . future secretary for some lucky bank . . . thinks Mr. Groom is great . . . Senior Choir, Mixed Chorus, Edelweiss Verein, G.A.A. Charles Morey . . . stows away stamps . . . a cut up on the ice . . . a good dancing partner . . . sport apparel gets his vote . . . Admiral Halsey is his ideal . . . Rod Salach rates . . . Rifle Team, Latin. Alfred Moscinski . . . "Al" has medical tendencies or maybe he will fill prescriptions . . . prefers to hang his hat outside of Chicago . . . looks to Vic for comradeship . . . seeks Mr. Downey for advice . . . Sigma Quad. een Can teen . . . . . . Nnotlaee longed-joe laqppq deeam. Mary Nahabedian . . . "Mar" takes movies for enjoyment . . . popular music pleases . . . likes loafing, when not on a skate . . . some ofhce will claim her . . . sports clothes suit her taste , . . G.A.A. Harold Nelsen . , . Harry claims no hobbies but has some habits: trumpeting, skating and painting . . . will settle in California . . . Miss Lyon and Vernon are his pick . . . Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band. Ethel Nelson . . . strums the guitar . . . piles up movie star pic- tures . . . office work has charm . . . mother is her pet . . . Ioy Iones is her pal . . . movies are her diversion . . . likes the Army . . . G.A.A. Iune Nelson . . , modest 'ATorchie" hides her talents . . . her strikes and spares bowl us over . . . sort of goes for Whitney . . . Gertie Went is her loyal shadow . . . picnics fascinate . . . Carrot Tops, G.A.A. Paul Nelson . . . "Lefty's" clarinet is breath-consuming . . . baseball diamond keeps him sparkling . . . dials for Bing s new songs . . . likes Miss Landrigan . . . has longing to globe trot . . . Navy might fill the bill . . . Band. Robert Nelson . , . makes a stab at singing . . . no casualties, however . . . interest lies in radio . . . Crosby is his pattern . . . ball games keep him stepping . . . so does Mr, Frelich . . . prefers Air Corps . . . Choir. Robert Nelson . . . menus fascinate him so he will become a waiter . . . hopes to serve Miss Farr . . . soft colors quiet his nerves . . . prefers popular music . . . Basketball, Baseball. Sigma Quad, Choir. Lois Netrefa . . . oh, brother. can she cookl . . . has her glimmers on a millionaire . . . horses give her a gallop . . . Navy has attraction for her . . . California skies lure her . . . Dar- danelles. G.A.A. Betty Neubauer . . . outstanding money spender hopes to land a rich man . . . might meet him in California . . . swings to slow. rhythmic music . . . civilians are good enough for her . . . As We Like lt, G.A,A. Iohn Neumer . , . we'll have better soil and bigger flowers when 'iChuck" the "chem" cuts the stem . . . hopes to land specimens from South Seas . . . friends count . . , Latin, Chess, Green Curtain, Pre-Medics. Marie Nicolosi . . . bowling. bicycle riding are for active i'Murphy" . . . Miss Polka pleases her . . . will work in an office . . . popular music is a must . . . Dardanelles, Fixit. Student Council, G,A.A. Grace Niedermeyer , . . yes, that's our "Noodles," noodling away in a Californian restaurant . . . beware of that figure . . . has "bingoed" her way to the west . . . "boogie" and Seabees allure her . . . French. Cora lane Nielsen . . . clicks with the Klan . . . goes for lively parties . . . champion rooter at football games . . , Riverview rink has an appeal . . . Mr. Cook rates . . . Green Curtain, 'Stein Sten, Library, Office Service, G.A,A. Shirley Nielsen . . . quiet i'Shirl" gets her way . . . chooses friends carefully . . . likes to waltz . . . Student Council, Dardanelles, Silver Streak, Stein Sten, Pan-American, As We Like lt, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Lois Noelte . . . scraping scraps for her scrapbook keeps 'iLo" up to date . . . despises promise breakers . . . banana splits are her specialty . . . baseball fan caters to ballads . . . admires preparedness of the Marines, Donald Nordboe . . . has yen to be a lawyer . . . counciling in camps gave him experience . . . movie machines interest him . . . Navy has no charm for him . . . detests hiking . . . Council, Sigma Quad, Vis. Ed., Spanish. Percy Nordheden . . . the language of flowers is his . . . takes a dive now and then . . . admires dad and Mr. Bradley . . . sub- urban air is tops . . . Navy rates . . . Chess, Latin, Librarian, Vis. Ed. Shirley Norris . . . picture collecting pleases "Shirl" . . . likes the role of housewife . . . loaling, ice skating. and dancing are among her top delights . . . suits, sweaters and skirts compose her ideal wardrobe. Bea Oberhuber . . . this future model wears clothes well . . . delights in friends . . , housewife is her dominant thought . . . there's a blonde gob in the cards . . . Stein Verein, Leaders, Edelweiss. Swim, Star, GAA. Ioan O'Brien . . . "Io," the giggler, has most fun when Iohnny comes marching home . . . silver spooning is her hobby . . . Miss Landrigan is her pal . . . tea cup reading shows happy married life . . . Green Curtain. lean Ogorzalek . . . carrot eating "Bunny" will weld her future as grease monkey in an airport . . . chooses soft, sweet music as relaxation . . . Miss Adams rates . . . G.A.A., Polish, Hall Guard. Leonard Okulski . . . pins his hopes to his bowling . . . has respect for C. Temple . . . thinks loaling is easy . . . movies give him a soft seat . . . Army will soon get him . . . Polish. Ray Okulski . . . trumpet playing Ray, dreams of a job with a big band . . . admires Eunice . . . would go to California . . . country life attracts him . . . his taste in clothes leans toward the sports. Victoria Oliveto . . . "Gee Whiz," cries Vicky, "southern style fried chicken after a football game" . . . idolizes Marie Nicolosi . . . has ambition to be a beauty operator at Edgewater Beach . . . Silver Streak, Dantians, G.A.A. Lorraine Ostrowski . . . accordion playing "Lorrie" sketches and makes records as her hobby . . . hopes to open her own studio . . . admires Miss Polka . . . has her eye on the Navy . . . Polish, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Bernard Ozmina . . . "Ozzie's" one love is the Boys' Choir . . , he's the tinker type when it comes to old cars . . . Lombardo's popular music sets him going . . . Chicago for him . . . Boys' Choir. Esther Pankiewicz . . . "Panky's" palm shows her as a piano teacher . . . appreciates "Landy" . . . unusual "gal" likes to practice her lessons . . . swims and skates for pastime . . . Silver Streak, Pan-American, G.A.A., Stein Sten, Charlotte Paoli . . . "Char's" winning smile will lead her to a good secretarial job in California . . . an actor might see her . . . football games rouse her . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Alchemstein. Swim, G.A.A., N.H.S. Geraldine Patrick . . . versatile MGerry" skates, cooks and swims . . . ofiice work in the Tribune building is her dream . . . idolizes her big brother . . . loves to sway to slow, dreamy music . . . Hall Guard, Police, G.A.A. Fern Patton . . . tennis net affords recreation , . . record col- lecting keeps her stepping . . . air-minded lassie likes Lake Bluff . . . tailored sports clothes take her dough . . . Pan-American, Alchemstein, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Lois Paul . . , somewhat of a bookworm . . . summer spells loafing to her . . . hopes to make some man a good housewife . . . movies are her specialty . . . picks Miss Haley . . , Pan- American, Minute Men, Hall Guard. Thomas Pavone . . . confesses that eating and sleeping are his hobbies . . . "Io," the champion French horn player, enjoys swimming and tobogganing . , . a future lawyer . . , Student Council, Dantians, Baseball, Band. Charlotte Paynter . . . our Dinah Shore of the air waves . . dancing keeps her in step . . . will float off to Florida . . 'AChick" takes to ping pong . . . Mr. Fitzgerald is her type . . Stein-Sten, G.A.A. Ronald Pearson . . . anything that smacks of football finds favor with "Ron" . . . farm life attracts him . . . will take Bielawa along . . . will join the rugged Marines . . . Football, Hall Guard, Track. Russell Pease . . . fleet-footed "Mercury" wins favor in the office . . . diplomacy is his watchword . . . outdoor sports strike his fancy . . . Mr. Downey rates , . . Sigma Quad, Swim, Lunch Room, Green Curtain. Marie Pecha . . . "Murph," the swimmer, ambles often in the rain . , . housewife job has an appeal . . . slow, dreamy music is a must . . . Stein Sten, Office Service, Red Cross, Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Phyllis Penno . . . the Iron Mountain women likes people . . . strums Hawaiian guitar in her leisure . . . goes to Mars for busy work . . . nobody ever irks her . . . dress clothes and dreamy music please . . . Red Cross. lack Peterson . . . "Hocko" is handy with the hammer . . . has a flair for music . . . sentimental music strikes his heart . . . likes Vernon . . . Band, Alchemstein, Silver Streak, Sigma Quad, Math, Fixit. Marian Pierini . . . claims no talents. practices no hobbies . . . swims a bit . . . types for speed . . . bowls now and then . . . a Sinatra fan . . . reads for diversion . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . Italian, G.A.A. Iosephine Pinna . . . A'Gee whiz, hope I can reach that high note," says Io-Io, the prima donna . . . office worker is her vocation . . . prefers sports clothes . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Marvin Pohl n . 'l young "Caballero" with a definite flair for 1 1 . ca . . c ' ngineering looms before him . . si ' . . . California beckons . . . Sigma u d,'C ir, r ss, eature Editor, N.H.S. Esther Pollman . . . South American tendencies lure her across the border . . . would like Miss Adams and Miss Selinger as companions . . . "Pops" her pick, "natch" . . . scorns peroxides . . . dons skirts and sweaters . . . G,A.A., Hall Guard. Thomas Pontarelli . . . hopes to build his future around pro- fessional baseball . . . hockey sandwiched in with piano playing furnishes him recreation . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his inspiration . . . Michigan college will get him . . . Choir, Basketball, Baseball. Lois Porter . . . will take dictation in a "ritzi" office . . . twinkle toes on the ice . . . selects Miss Grant . . . prefers small town stuff , . . keen on sports . . . Hall Guard, Office Service. Henry Potempa . . . spends much time eating and sleeping . . . future history "prof" . . . votes for Mr. Vesel . . . idolizes "mom" . . . hopes to take the stump in Florida . . . a man of the turf . . . Hall Guard, French. Dolores Prechodnik . . . playing love sets with a soldier boy is "Del's" specialty . . . owning her horse is her ambition . . . sports clothes and popular refrains are her choice . . . Red Cross, G.A.A. Iames Priest . . . fishing, skating and bowling keep him happy . . . Mr. Swem is his choice . . . dad comes first . . . future gym coach . . . hopes to travel the country . . . Spanish, Track, Cross Country. Shirley Priest . . . "Shirl" cuts figures on the ice . . . trips the light fantastic , . . long letters are her hobby . . . Miss Farr is her pet . . . the south charms her . . . Red Cross, Council, Clean Up, Helen Prokopowicz . . . laboratory tendencies twirl about in her mind . . . hiking in snow piles cools her off . . . dreamy rhythm soothes the Miss . . . Wisconsin holds her heart . . . Silver Streak, Polish, Stein Sten, G.A.A., N.H.S. Mayme Provenzano . . . it's a strange hobby our "May" has, collecting odd stationery . . . bananas and candy are unkind to her figure . . . parachute dives enrapture her . . . Green Curtain, Silver Streak, Fine Arts, G.A.A. Helen Pulos . . . laughing 'lLarry" has nightingale tendencies . , . likes Pop's cooking . . . deplores crowded street cars . . . chooses Miss Cahill . . . picks the Army . . . so did her four brothers . . . Minute Men, Victorettes, G.A.A. ' Elaine Purzycki . . , "Penny" does her best at the accordion . . . her talents are along the music line . . . summer loafmg pleases her . . . the future sees her at the typewriter . . . French, Hall Guard, Star. Robert Quirk . , . likes to sit on the bank with pole . . . when the catch is poor he takes a swim . . . boogie suits his mood . . . Rifle Team, Clean Up, Fire Marshals, Assembly Police. Betty Ramat . . . hockey games bring on a cheer . . . dress designing suits her whims . . . collecting perfume bottles keep her broke . . . matrimony is in her tea cup . . . Cheerleader, Green Curtain, French, Choir, G.A.A. When Cleef tma Atvle mound thi qeq . . . Irene Ranyak . . , is up in the air about flying a plane . . . energetic Babe bowls, dances and skates . . . Miss Haley gets her vote . . . Office Service, Office Secretary, G.A.A. Carol Ray . . . aspires to the role of Kindergarten teacher . . . hiking keeps her going . . . "Cookie" draws, reads and dreams about dancing . . . prefers sports clothes . . . music means much to her . . . G.A.A. lune Ray . . . writes a letter, then dances a bit . . . hikes a piece. then goes for a skate . . . idolizes parents . . . puts Misses Boughton and Yetter on preferred list . . . Dardanelles. Office Service, Stein Sten, N.l'l,S. Ierome Rayspis , . . "Ierry," the bicycle tinker, goes for Hawaiian harmony . . . conservative clothes and Navy uniform claim his attention . . . mechanical engineering is his goal . . . Chess, Alchemstein, Track, Student Council. Dolores Remus . . . picks music to suit her mood . . . definitely the artistic type . . . happiness is her watchword . . . ballroom dancing pleases . . . mother and dad come tirst . . . Navy Air Corps holds her heart throb. Ioan Rezab . . . A'Io," the future professional model, prefers Hollywood as her home , , . an outdoor girl . . . in the garden in summer, on the ice in winter . . . Air Corps uniform allures . . . G,A.A. . . . qme Ainging telegeqm 144 to cheek. Violet Ritis . . . A'Vi" spends extra time in her Art and Dramatic projects , . . hopes to ride a horse without a tumble . . . Canada skies call her . . . Council, As We Like It, Dardanelles, Green Curtain. Latin. Louise Ritthaler . . . sailor's uniform has a special fascination . . , a whirl on a motorcycle keeps her spinning . . . with dressy clothes, slow music and brother as her partner, she catches the eye of passers-by. Iune Rodway . . . is on her toes when it comes to tap . . . platter collection prepares her for feasting , . . bowling pins her down . . . Mr. O'Hearn is her ideal . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Clean Up. Robert Rosenfeld . . . has a corner on rare coins . . . sleeping is a pleasant pastime . . . eating keeps him Hlled . . . South America beckons . . . Marines call him . . . Fire Marshal, Assembly Police. Clean Up, Choir, Vis. Ed. Helen Ross . . . Hmomn is her pet . . . Mrs. Crane is her inspira- tion , . . clarinet gets the play . . . bowling strikes her fancy . . . research holds her interest . . . music tops all . . . Dar- danelles, Latin, Carrot Tops, Red Cross. Edward Rossi . . . mild in nature and true blue is "Eddie" . . . is developing along a picture line . . . hopes to unravel legal entanglements . . . disdains cold weather . . . looks up to Miss Kilgour . . . Navy rates . . . Choir. 0 Frances Rossini . . . the veritable gold digger hopes to win a millionaire and rest the rest of her life . . . a devotee of Chicago . . . an admirer of Mrs. Taglia . . . prefers the Navy . . . Dantians, G.A,A. Beetrisonne Rudolph . . . versatile "Rudy" sings and plays . . . hopes to land a flying job . . . maybe she'll become a profes- sional singer . . . Council, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Red Cross, As We Like lt, Clean Up, Minute Men, Band. Marian Rusin . . . busy "Russ" gets around . . . the chatter box likes Mr. Herrick . . . Class Secretary, Dardanelles, Fixit, Ir. Service, Latin, Office Service, Green Curtain, Cheer Leaders, Swim, Leaders' Gym, G.A.A., N,H.S. Loretta Rzvmek . . . 'fLola" broadcasting over NBC announces she likes Miss Sechler . . . goes for sentimental harmony . , . advises tailored sports clothes . . . praises the Navy . . . pages her mother , . . G.A.A., Polish, Library, Clean Up. Edythe Sackrison . . . little gold digger likes to get at the bottom of things . . . prefers to live on the roof . . . enjoys ballet . . . Dardanelles, As We Like It, Choir, Council, Silver Streak, Alchemstein. Star, N.H.S. Rita Sadowski . . . "Reet" toes the mark when it comes to danc- ing . . . Michigan Blvd. exclusive shops beckon her . . . give her slow, sentimental music . . . likes Mr. Frelich . . . goes for parties . . . Clean Up, G.A.A. lie e Amqet ad we lwpe you clieti In . . . Norma Safford . . . tending the sick and piling up records are i'Norms" long shots . . . Ruth LeBlanc is her pet . . . for the ear, peppy music . . . for the feet, slow, dreamy . . . Choir, G.A.A. Roderick Salach . . . liddles his time away storing up medical terms for our ills . . . will take in a lot of travel before picking his better half . . . Venezuelan hospital awaits him . . . Orchestra, Sigma Quad, R.O.T.C., N.H.S. lune Saley . . . occupies her time analyzing characters . . . yearns for a journalistic career . . . giggles with the "Gigs" . . . singing and dancing delight her . . . Red Cross, Hall Guard, Latin, Bowling, G.A.A. Marshall Sanders . . . our future millionaire will have his busi- ness in Florida . . . "Sandy" enjoys baseball and jive music . . . prefers sports clothes . . . Miss Adams is the teacher for him . , . Spanish, Polish, Star Staff. Ioseph Sandri . . . admires the courage of the Marines . . . old coins keep his pockets jingling . . . sharp, snappy clothes rate . . . football gets the vote . . . Math, Alchemstein, Council, Sigma Quad, Pan-American, Hall Guard, N.H.S. Mary Santangelo . . . saintly music comes from her . . , the ace of portrait collectors . . . favors Mrs. Taglia and is loyal to Chicago . . . movies and dancing are her pastime . . . Italian, Choir, G.A.A. O O O ' Keep them 411 e, don t let them pew lu Frank Santapa . . . i'Frankie's" singing efforts are good . . . will compete with Sinatra . . . croons over baseball games . . . good divers and swimmers get his eye . . . airplanes take his breath . . . Latin, Choir, Track. Michael Saporito . . . "thumbs down on work," says he . . , a rugged marine life is his . . . to see the world is his yearning . . . all sports add to his pleasure . . . admits he likes "boogie," Virginia Sass . . . a culinary artist is keen with the needles . . . an ardent Cubs fan . . . Mrs. Beach has her admiration . . . mother comes first . , . future business woman . . . favors bowl- ing . . . Library G.A.A., N.H.S. Alfred Scarpelli . . . keeps his singing talents at home . . . hopes to meet the public with good cuts of meat . . . wants no "bosses" . . . looks like bachelordom for him . . . chooses Miss McTigue. George Schanel . . . expert auto mechanic hopes to have Bielawa as a partner and Miss Polka as a customer . . , Texas prairies call'him . . . soft, slow music for "Georgie" . . . Football, Hall Guard. Doris Scheuer . . . the little speedboat, breaks the record col- lecting them . . . likes boogie and casual clothes . . . swimming keeps her trim . . . Dardanelles, Office Service, Student Council, Silver Streak, Concert Orchestra, Ir. Service, G.A.A. Allen Schlaufman . . , "Al" admits he likes the ladies . . . Roto- print takes his fancy . . . taste of army life makes him like civilian defense work , . . has White House hallucinations . . . Edelweiss Verein, Concert Band. Agnes Schlenker . . . hopes to get a job singing telegrams . . . enjoys outdoor sports , . . favors Chicago . . . dotes on the Air Corps . . . slow, dreamy music is her request . . . 'Amomu is her ideal . . . Teen Canteen, Dardanelles, G.A.A. Kay Schoneboom . . . if it's a queer bottle you need, "Teenie" has it . . . stores up energy by skating and swimming . . . prefers strong, handsome marines . . . a baseball fan . , . Stein Verein, Edelweiss Verein. Marilyn Schubbe . . . "Mairsy" clicks the needles swift and apt . . . receptionist position suits her . . . bowling keeps her bend- ing , . . Choir, Bowling, Fixit, Stein-Sten, G.A.A. Board. Shirley Schultz . . . pedals her bicycle . . . worships Miss Kilgour . . . dances a bit . . . gets a peek at the opera . . . chalks up aeronautical engineering . . . selects Marines . . . Council, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Math, G.A.A., N.H.S. Shirley Schulze . . . gay "Shirl" loves people and life . . . adores her parents . . . dancing and music fill her soul . . . Mr. Ramsey is tops . . . Green Curtains, Pan-American, Choral, As We Like lt, G.A.A. Raymond Schwandt . . . Oscar collects stamps . . . swims and sleeps his summer hours . . . football gives him pleasure . . . Mr. Frelich furnishes inspiration . . . sweet, dreamy music appeals . . . German, Cross Country, Track, Letterman. Margaret Seneke . . . MMargie," the future artist, claims eating and talking are her specialties . . . ping pong makes her alert . . . Pan-American, Council, Green Curtain, Clean Up, As We Like lt, G.A.A.. Bowling. Mary Serio , . . the mermaid heaps up records . . . California beckons . . . the tailored miss chooses sweaters and skirts . . . popular music helps her moods . . . will make her livelihood in a bank . . . is thrilled by Marines, Norma Shelton . . . chatterbox likes chemistry . . . might try her concoctions on her family . . . looking for souvenirs . . . mother is her ideal . . . lives on excitement . . . music and dancing furnish fun . . . Council, French, G.A.A. Ben Shostak . . . the procrastinator piles up old unusual books . . . loafing in Antioch is his delight . . . cherishes the memory of Mr. Cook . . . longs to travel with V. Wolff . . , Swim, Red Cross. Marie Shumicki . . . places Miss Landrigan among her souvenirs . . . gets things done . . . Silver Streak Editor, Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Water Pageant, Pan-American, Ir. Service, Student Council, Red Cross, Gflice Service, G.A.A., N.l'l,S. Iosephine Siano . . . NIO," the lucky, might land in Argentina . . . sketches women's clothes . , . prefers Miss Landrigan . . . giggles with "Do" . . . sense of humor will pay dividends . . . Student Council, Silver Streak, Pan-American, Clean Up, G.A.A. Rosemarie Sidor . . . light of foot and clear in voice is i'Pal" . . . air-minded ideas keep her,thoughts high . . . a certain someone makes her like the Air Corps . . . little hats fascinate . . . G.A.A. Louise Sikita . . . roller skating and vacationing please A'Lou" . . . future teacher and hopes to settle in Oregon . . . classical music, dress clothes attract her attention . . . Navy rates, the reason, a deep secret . . . Polish, French. Walter Silberschlag . . . bob-sledding has a special appeal . . . architectural draftsman is his ambition . . . sentimental music is his pick . . . treasures Miss Kilgour's friendship . . . sports clothes keep him broke . . . German, Cross Country. Lorraine Sistak . . . goes for talking, snowball fights and sewing . . . loyal to the "C.P.S." . . . call on "Lorrie" for new ideas in dress design . . . ambition is to grow tall . . . dancing fascinates . . . G.A.A. Orist Sitko . . . to be a man of wealth is the kid's ambition . . . gridiron tactics keep him interested . . . Miss Grant seems his choice . . . looks up to lim Thorpe . . . declares Chicago is best for him. Edward Skehan . . . the handsome brunette has a sharp twist in him . . . collects knives and swords . . . gets a bang out of gun collecting . . , prefers Mrs. Young . . . Pan-American, Sigma Quad, Chess. Lorraine Skicewicz . . . "Skeets" selects the housewife role , . . a little on the sentimental side . . . stage shows show her a good time . . . likes Mrs. Beach . . . her marine brother is tops . . . G.A.A. lean Skogsberg . . . the picnic kid goes in for dancing at the Aragon . . . enjoys a bet on a horse . . . hopes to take a ride in a submarine . . . prefers conservative clothes . . . French, Red Cross. Elaine Skogseth . . . baton twirling gives 'iSparky" a twist . . . snowball fights and swimming please her . . . a future cartoonist will journey off to Wisconsin . . , likes to dress in sweaters and skirts . . . G.A.A. Iohn Slezak . . . "Huns" is camera-minded . . . gets around plenty . . . well known as well as well liked . . . dancing is his specialty . . . his military bearing attracts attention . . . Fixit, Sigma Quad, Clean Up. Marian Slusinski . . . talent shines across the keyboard . . . Florida beckons . . . Miss Adams is the apple of her eye . . . engineering artist is her calling . . . misses Roosevelt . . . Stein Sten, Polish, Math, G.A.A. Delma Smith , . . claims 'Ababy sitter" as her pet hobby . . . will blaze the trail in a trailer in search of a frog farm . . . ambitious to curb her temper . . . Carrot Tops, French, G.A.A. lack Smith . . . does your car need repairs? See him . . . do you like short stories? Call him . . , do you enjoy baseball? Watch him . . . do you admire sports clothes? Follow him. Stanley Sobieszczyk . . . handy man "Stan" keeps his pals' cars running . , . grease monkey is his talent . . . eating wheaties is his hobby . . . calls sleeping his ambition . . . hopes to get rich quick . . . Navy ranks. Carl Spataro . . . "Pizza" steers his way to medical fields . . . whittles away at model planes . , . swims in spare time . . . father and Mr. Ferdman come first . . . picks Air Corps . . . Band, Cross Country. Wilma Stancich . . . a life of luxury in a model community is "Wil's" ambition . , . hopes to migrate to Hollywood . . . swoons for Van lohnson . . . dress up clothes suit her style . . . G.A.A, Constance Stelling . . . a little hazy about what her ambition is . . . ice skating keeps her going . . . loafing agrees with her . . . Chicago gets her vote . . . has soft spot for Miss Sechler . , . French, G.A,A. Dorothy Stelmach . . . reading rates with singing "Dotty" . . . dancing dazzles her . . . California baffles her . . . plays please and theatre thrills . . . Miss Thorsson stirs her . . . 'fmomu advises . . . Navy appeals . . . Pan-American, G.A.A. Adrienne Stjernberg . . . the cartwheel kid, chums with "Ieannie" . . . admires Mr. Ramsey . . . a future college "deb" . . . good on story collecting . . , Dardanelles, Fixit, Cheerleaders, Star, Green Curtain, Clean Up, Swim, G.A.A. Rosemarie Stobbe . . . always 'AStobe" to Miss Landrigan . . . deep and quiet but likes fun . . . chooses Friday as her date night . . . seems she sews for hobby , . , pleats skirts and bags sweaters . . . G.A.A. Ieanne Stockiisch . . . talking is her talent . . . traveling. riding and loafing delight her . . . entertains herself with music and dancing . . . suits suit her . . . Servicemen's Committee . . . Council, Star Staff, Choral Society, G.A.A. Marilyn Stone . . . 'iStonie" has traveled extensively throughout the United States . . . ex-dancer prefers secretarial work in suburb . . . swimming and horseback riding occupy odd moments . . . Miss Landrigan and parents rate , . . G.A.A. Lois Stuhlfauth . . . much traveled "Lo" possesses many talents . . . many hobbies keep her from being lonesome . . . photo- graphing her own dress designs are her calling . . . Mrs. Fausel rates . . . Choir, Library, Dardanelles, Office Service, N.H.S. Iames Svarez . . . "lim" yearns to get rich in a hurry . . . summer weather lures him to sleeping . . . leisure moments are spent working on his car . . . besides Gypsy Rose Lee, likes everybody. Helen Sydoryk . . . future medic hopes to be happy in Wisconsin . . . enioys funny people . . . strong for sports clothes . . . Miss Landrigan has an appeal . . . Army takes her eye . . . brother rates . . . G.A.A. Ioseph Szczeblowski . . . "Porky" the famous cornet tooter and sausage peddler likes to dance and skate . . . erecting gas models is his side line . . . admires Moscinski . . . Sigma Quad, Polish, Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Dolores Sztuk , . . sewing cuts in on her time . . . cooking takes the cake . . . Chicago is good enough for her . . . Mrs. Bade sets the pace . . . airplane rides top . . . Dardanelles, Polish, Council, N.H,S. Dolores Tamburino . . . talented ice queen would like to live on an iceberg . . . would open up lcecapades there . . . saves pictures of skaters . . . Green Curtain, Office Service, Bowling, Hall Guard. Dolores Tauber . . . her certain someone is in the Navy . . "Dolly" bowls and bakes . . . is all set for housekeeping . . . enjoys Mr. Bradley's humor . . . Choir, French, Red Cross, Clean Up, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Ieanne Taylor , . . claims talent as a pianist . . . collects match covers . . . friendly with people , . , loves canines . . . prefers Miss Landrigan . . . Ir, Service, Clean Up, Star, Press, Leaders, G.A.A. Clare Teator . . , singing and dancing get her O.K .... "huba, I huba," says she, "marines rank high with me" . . . Mrs. Bade 1 features in her life . . . ice skating keeps her slipping . . . ' French, G.A.A. 1 Rose Termini . . . pleasing customers in dad's store is Rosie's l job . . . spends earnings on "nifty" suits . . . sewing gives her a ' ripping good time . . . longs to see Sicily . . . Dantians, Dar- danelles, Iunior Service, Cw.A.A., N.l-l.S. W Iohn Terry . . . carefree as the wind, i'Clem." admits he's a little on the loafing side . . . delights in being well fed . . . chooses his mother . . . loud sports togs suit his fancy . . . Sigma Quad, Choir. Eleanore Theml . . . domestic "Ellie" dotes on picnics . . . will waltz oif to Vienna . . . caters to tailored togs . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Stein Verein, Student Council, Office Service, Minute Men, Hall Guard, N.l'l.S. Betty Tichawa . . . hounding movie stars for autographs is "Bets" pastime . . . Katherine helps her . . . roller skating is a must . . . oflice work is her specialty . . . helps support the movies . . . her wardrobe sparkles with sports clothes. 14 legqcq fiom qA to you . . . l Laverne Tichy . . . definitely a football fan . . . wishes she were 1 the Presidents daughter . . . "mom" is her ideal . . . favors Mr. Temple . . . Office Service. Clean Up, Stein Sten, G.A,A. Carl Tietz . . . has little to say about himself . . . thinks Steinmetz ranks first . . . prefers to live in the windy city . . . his future occupation is still a question , . . knows it will be Navy or Army. Robert Tonner . . . water attracts "Bob" . . . will enlist in Navy . . . hopes to work out a little Hiiven there . . , loves the wide open spaces with las. Berge as his pal and music his recreation. Virginia Tracey . . . "Ginny" keeps rhythm with roller skates . . . sunny west haunts her . . . popular music cheers her , . . clings to sweaters and skirts . . . puts mother on a pedestal . . . likes Miss Lysaught . . . Library, G.A.A. Iohn Tsouchlos . . . drafting with blue prints and drifting with the waves is "Docs" delight . . . sunny California tells him to come hither . . . fond of sports and Mr. Pfeil . . . admires Mac Arthur . . . Fire Marshal. Theresa Tucker . . . links housewife role with pianist . . . sports i enthusiast . . . likes to skate and dip . . . admires Miss Farr . . . Choir, Swim, Fixit, Star, Dardanelles, Pan-American, i Clean Up, Leaders, G.A.A. Board, N.l'l.S. . . . To which we hope you add 4 few. Donald Tunison . . . fish pole, suit case, rifle and saxophone are "Dons" perpetual companions . . . this muscle man declares he'll take no feminine bossing . . . time will tell . . . Rifle team, Assembly Usher, Police. Beatrice Tyslan . . . this lenny Lind warbles for pastime . . . will pursue stenographer's path . , . nothing but a big office will do . . . wouldn't mind Mr. Bradley for a boss . . . classical music is her choice . . . G.A.A., Stein Sten. Elma Ulman . . . a loan from Canada hopes to return home when she gradutaes . . . will work in the U. S., likes Mr. Frelich , . . ball room dancing goes with her aesthetic taste . . . French. Eileen Unruh . . . hides her talents and ambitions . . . "Charm Girls" bring out the singing in her . . . doesn't hesitate to say she likes Miss Grant . . . Dardanelles, Office Service, Chamber Music, Choir, Cv.A.A. Lorraine Urso . . . modest "Lor" thoroughly relaxes in summer . . . praises Miss Landrigan . . . hopes to make teaching her career . . . Navy uniforms appeal . . . so do sweaters and skirts . , , Red Cross, Silver Streak, G.A.A.. N.H.S. Thomas Vanderslice . . . scorns homework . . . plays a weak trumpet . , . has a flair for theatre management . . . classical music is popular with him . . . prefers comfort more than style 1 in clothes . . . As We Like lt, Band. Bessie Veremis . . . has a soft spot in her heart for Miss Haley . . . "Bess" spends her leisure at the piano . . . is pal of lrene Ranyak . . . Army has a certain fascination . . , G.A,A, Richard Vogel . . . a man of few words keeps his talents a secret . . . probably has some good fish stories up his sleeve . . . Chicago and URosy" appear frequently in his diary . . . bows to "mom." Wayne Voight , . . future conservation officer will seek the wilds of the North Woods . . . there the hunt is good, the fish profuse and beards are permitted . . . Visual Ed., Red Cross, Clean Up. Edward Wahby . . . UEd" is the type that will run a press . . . a Michigan newspaper is his ambition . . . swing shows chase away the "blues" . . . Miss Adams and the Army are his favorites . . . French. Lorraine Wanat . , . "Bright Eyes" hoards pictures of her friends . . . ofiice secretary is her desire . . . loves everyone . . . admires all branches of service . . . Dad ranks high . . . Polish, Leaders' Class, G.A.A. lack Wandall . . . fishing and hunting please this rugged in- dividual . . . future aviator favors Mr. Ferdman . . . Chicago , and baseball are tops . . . swing music comes in for praise . . . l idolizes f'mom" . . . sports clothes preferred . . . German. 141 the .e new and Anqppq tticle . . . Helen Warchal . . . warbling is her pastime . . . has a flair for popular airs . . . definitely a Chicagoan . . . selects Miss Farr . . . gridiron games interest her . . . Dardanelles, Polish, Stein Sten, Choir, G.A.A. Della Ward . . . sophisticated is the word when "Del" comes along in her best togs . . . her collie dog adds to the picture . . . piano playing brings applause . . . her horoscope sees a black convertible . . . Office Service, Cv.A.A. Ritta Warych . . . has the lofty ambition to line up with opera company and globe trot . . . Mr. Herrick will get free tickets . . . definite desire for dressy clothes . . . Chorus, Polish, French, Council, G.A.A. Iohn Watson . . . lack has one eye on the Navy, the other on Madelaine . . . Mr. Downey gets a wink, too . . . his dancing feet keep him happy . . . Fire Marshal, Police, Star, Cross Country. Lillian Weismantel . . . sentimental "Lil" likes Mrs. Fausel . . . blue convertible hangs over her . . . pup Thumper follows her . . . Dardanelles, Fixit, Red Cross, As We Like lt, Iunior Serv- ice. Stein Verein, Choir, Office Service. Ailene Welcher . . . "holy smoke" to Chinese foods . . . casts her vote for her piano teacher . . . agrees with Mr, Bradley . . . "Shorty" likes sweaters . . . stamp collecting keeps her busy . . . Minute Men, Fine Arts Guild, Orchestra. . . . Cqme fiom the mighty fvttq-Six. Gertrude Wendt . . . "Gertie" collects felines, "meow" . . . likes wide open spaces . . . looks for future security in a civil service position . . . admires Miss Landrigan . . . Stein-Sten, Red Cross, G.A.A., N.H.S. Ioan White . . . 'ilrishh makes the piano talk . . . her audience is a certain 'AEddie" . . . prefers suburban life . . . Navy boys' temperaments seem to agree with her . . . Council, Dardanelles, Symphony, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Robert Wikrent . . . "Wik," sometimes absent-minded, but never forgets baseball and football dates . . . advertising ambition may lead him to South America . . . Ioe Sandri and Miss Haley are his favorites . . . Marines rate. Cynthia Wilson . . . golden glints in her hair spell magnetism . . . prefers California . . . personality counts . . . her future partner must be tall . . . Girls' Choir, Office Service, G.A.A. Lawrence Wilson . , . baseball occupies his time in summer . . . bowling keeps him out of mischief . . . has admiration for Miss Kilgour and Phil Cavaretta . . . choses the Navy . . . Sigma Quad, R.O.T.C. Ursula Wioch . . . drawing draws "Shirl" on to peaks of success . . . will pilot a plane . . . will steer toward Colorado . . . sweet, slow strains will accompany her . . . Dardanelles, Polish, Stein Sten, G.A.A. Robert Wisher . . . drafting plans for his future home is 'ABob's" delight . . . Mr. Frelich will O.K. it . . . prefers to be tieless except to a certain Baraboo lassie . . . Track, Cross Country, Football. Annabelle Witt . . . lover of felines likes many friends . . . regular attendant at football games . . . prefers dramatics . . . thinks Mr. Temple is great . . . would like to discipline her kid brothers . . . Council, Red Cross, Dramatic. Margaret Witt . . . much traveled MlVlargie" puts thumbs down on work . . . prefers the domestic life . . . summer cottage is her love . . . hopes Cupid will soon find her . . . the Army gets her vote . . . G.A.A. Mary Witt . . . sleigh bells thrill her . . . tobogganing puts her on the down grade . . . dancing keeps her nimble . . . has a flair for decorating and designing . . . caters to classical selections. Vernon Wolff . . . sets his cap for the medical profession . . . Buhrke will be one of his patients . . . North Woods appeal . . . Band, Fixit, Orchestra, Math, Alchemstein, Sigma Quad. Ann Yarema . . . misses her favorite bluejacket . . . keeps her hope chest growing . . . keeps on hoping . . . Ma Farr sets the pace for her in Music . . . sports clothes claim her taste . . . "Termite" likes to eat. Rosemarie Zaharit . . . "Rosie" enjoys reading and will be a future critic . . . deep snow keeps her bouncing . . . will meander off to Mexico . . . casual clothes predominate in her wardrobe . . . all music satisfies . . . G.A.A. Elsie Zahn . . . seeks lofty heights, a penthouse is her dream . . . visions a duet with Crosby . . . "Landy" is her ideal . . . Navy claims her preference . . . Girls' Choir, Silver Streak, Senior Choir, Edelweiss Verein. Frances Zapatka . . . likes to cultivate friends . . . her creative writing attracts attention . . . goes in deep for psychiatry . . . Mr. Bradley interests her . . . picnic luncheons are her specialty . . . As We Like lt, Ir. Service, Minute Men, Latin. Evelyn Zaucha . . . would ration teachers . . . not too keen about working, but supposes it will be banging typewriter keys . . . who knows, some marine might rescue her . . . a millionaire might do . . . Polish, G.A.A. Lorraine Zawiski . . . "Lor's" calm manner is easy on all . . . her efficiency sparkles . . . will succeed as a lawyer because of being a "stickler" for accuracy . . . Miss Selinger tops all . . . Silver Streak, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Louise Zimmer . . . to own a car is her ambition . . . will tune in on Charles Spivak's music . . . California bound . . . prefers Army because of her "one and only" . . . has expert taste in clothes. Lionel Marvelli . . . is at home on the "green" . . . anxious to become a good dancer . . . dental ambitions keep him pulling . . . camera's click clicks with "Li" . . . Sunday driving is his pastime. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Ronald Boston Kenneth Iohnson Robert Malleck Donald Radomski Alexander Sebastian Charles Stoltzner Clare Teator Herman Wiegelman Richard Ziemer C144 eA Ku tie Wftla Teen Nye Claqttet N 1,-'N ,.-. X5 ,1 1 nc- 'H V2 4 X2 xx JM.,- W.,-0 5 f . , A 0 ff if .' X Q' ., f A-f 1 X Ji ' .F ' Qfi 5 . if A I 1 ' J, , r .1 X 5' ws H f 5 , W v U, X 1 , r' ' ' 4 U, , If 5, I ! J, 14 i A 5 X ' K ' I f vb x 4 'I 1 ' 0 ,r L1 n I 4 A . u -ffhfflss .QM fiiill 4 FEE, X Kiki Ma Q ig 5 42335 f x s ,. 35 glgm? ,ff Carefree teeners we here present, A fine young bunch on pleasure bent: Soon they learn it's not all fun, With all the work that must be done l0l Foregroundz C. Dennler. Row 1: R. Santl, R. Mantsch. G , Krueger. Row 2: C. Frenzel, I. De Pietro, L. Kope F. Kazele, C. Brown. Row 3: R. Anderson, Phillips , Sode, A. Sampou, R. Bernard, M. Tarpinian, C. Stengele L. Westman. Row 4: Heger, S. Kristoffersen, N. Peterson H. Tonnesen, R. Meyers, P. Martinelli, O. Wilson, R Chmura, Mr. Chidester. Row 5: B. Schmidt, B. Rost. F 103 Foregroundz N. Valin. Row 1: Scapes, A. Andersen, T Fontana. B. Dyha, C. Harrison, F. Aloisio. Row 2: G Broud. F. Klakowicz, U, Treu, E. Baldare, H. Nahabedian S. lehnke, L. Thomas, I. Valiquet, L, Miller. Row 3: L Lasky, P. Writers, R. Murphy, C. Michalek, H. Westman I. Hopewell, M. Otto. Rampola, L, Pinkham, M. Stacey R. Zdeb. Row 4: I. lsadore, I. Capps, I. Goldsmith, L Knahel. Mrs. Frey, D, Schmarje, R. Malherek, R. Iames, B Burda, G. Paloian. F. Odegard. R. Carlson. v We lumen 102 Row lr P. Woodworth, Kourakis, H. Hollatz, G. Ander- sen, R, Moen, A. Peterson. Row 2: R. Keil. R. Brehm, R. Koch. A. Nelson, C. Felski, A. Reiman. Row 3: G, Savo- vich. A. Sindelar, F. Kohlmeyer, W. Halama, R. Peterson, K. Larson, D. Schroeder. Row 4: K, Kuntsen. A. Rusin, Ierosz, Sabas, A. Westcott, Salvo, R. Cullen, Miss Lyon. 104 Row 1: B. Spurlin, G. Eigenhauser. E. Pacini. Row 2: A. Thetford, E. Wiegelrnari, P. Meyer, A. Matiasek, E, Ellinger. M. Stahlecker, M. Bevan. Row 3: R. Huspen, W. Nagy, P. Aloisio, Forsyth, Anderson, B. Laurenzano, R, Master- son, B. Christensen. Row 4: D. Duckhorn. M. Bruns, C. Whitney, S. Iensen. Helmuth, Michal, W. Glover, P. Robson. Row 5: D. Shoard, A. Betley, D. Arendt, E. Bernes, P. Deyneka, A. Leibundguth. Kahr, W. VValczak, B. Schultz. Row 6: R. Schulz, G, Iohnson. A. Cranmer, R. Buchweitz, H. Bernecki. ?7eAlamen 105 Row 1: S. Christensen, V. Spilotro. Zieker, H. Veremis, H. Miller. Row 2: D. Iankowski, A. O'Brien, A. Sosine, R. Plambeck, A. Silla, T. D'Andre. Row 3: O. Anderson, D, Kloc, I. Kos, D. Kalinsky, I. Keifer, I. Mall, B. Iensen, P Netzel. Row 4: D. Hastings, I. Dorn, P. Griflith, R. Faust, I. Curtiss, M. Dixon, H. Cherne, I. Lauth. Row 5: E Chmielewski, I, Conforti, L. Wittenberg, H. Sanders, W Bowler, E. Smith, Wilhelm, P. McEvoy, F.. Krebs, R Bigoness. Row 6: C. Granger. Klis, L, Muno. 107 Row 1: L. Lansing. H. Goergen, D. Harrington, M. Bunge Row 2: R. Clatch, D. Cummings, M. Arrigo, Grisanti, R Schaffer, M. Henry. E. Kaloustian. Row 3: R. Romanofsky L. Olszewski, E. Koch, P. Creely, E. Lutter, R. D'Alessandro G. Andrix, M. Camasta. Row 4: D. Trasatti, B. Palace, C Cooper. C. Henning, A. Wollen, L. Grill, W. Brodd, C. Ianis, E, Fechner. Row 5: F. Fichter, Frederiksen, I Bechard, I. Boscutti. E. Purcell, N. Houston, R. Bailey, R Clark, D. Fendt, Miss Wegat. Row 6: Stastny, H. Miller, D. Wappner, V. Baldi, E. Vegeais. 106 Row 1: D. Renda, Flesch, N. Vivona, K. Berolzheimer, G. Ficht. Row 2: G. Hornewer, L, Downs, A. Hennig, A. Di Vito, G. Shaw, I. Gawlick. D. Seneke. Row 3: C. Melau, I. Kwasegroch. M. Colombo, I. Cump, I. Christiansen, M. Hilstrom, L. Ewald. Row 4: S. Calderone, B. Wasik. L. Scharek, I. Wallace, D. Halminiak, B. Iepsen, E. Messenger. Row 5: Miss Ryan, R. Wooley, E. Schillmoeller, E. Hacker, N. Bednarczyk, M. Merrill, R. O'Conner, R. Keyes. Row 6: R. Freclericksen, P. Shannon. 108 Foreground: E. Leineweber, Row 1: A. Gacke, G. Chylew- ski, I. Olclhan. Row 2: D. Foley, D. Pierini, R. Schmidt, C. Szczeblowski, R. Deja, E. Syversen. Row 3: R. Bracco, D. Masse, A. Palmi, W. Babe. M. Tellshow, P. Fiebing, M. Vasko. Row 4: M. Iohnson, R. Muzik, V. Packar. D. Iahnke, A. Waska. D. Pierce, M. Boudreau, D. Borowy, W. Eck- hardt, Perricone. Row 5: R. Olson. S. Lovendahl, DiTardi, Fontana. E, Hansen, R. Wrobel, G. Steinhardt. D. Sackrison, N. Iverson, A. DeHey, Castrogrovanni. Row 6: Miss Rompf. H. Fuchs, A. Lostumo, W. Kozlowich, E. Trier, C. Morris. G. Cimeley, G. Lorenz. 109 Row I: R. Cvallagher, E. Czarneki, L. Hermansen, D. Brunk I. Blaha, S. Bendiq, C. Kacheris, C. Reno. Row 2: P. Perkins, R. Petersen. S. Thompson, L. Wri ht. F, Sarnaski, P. Cat Q . telino, A. Camasta, B. Schultz, M. Burgdorf, R, Bracco, L Wilkeris. Row 3: T. Rasmussen, L. Yausko, B. Robinson R. Stoffle, I. Iohnson. R. Wilson, R. Pretorius, D. Hultberg Row 4: S. Pytell, M. Klafta. R. Grebasch, C. Crissci, C Snow, Kissel, Olsen. R. Andersen. Row 5: D. Lidstrom L. Netterstrom, Shafer. Amadeo, H. Lawrence, R. Fugli D. Boyd. P. Grosch. A, Hjertstedt, R. Selzer. Mr. Havlicek lll Row l: I. Horne. F. Antonson. E. MacDuff, L. Montori. Row 2: A. Cantwell. L. Cviovannetti. I. Porter. S, Powers, B. Keller, Signorile, D. Wesclitz. Row 3: R. Drago, D. Cwalioto. M. Hallinan. R. Carpenter, C. Rolfs, G. Perry, C. Spencer, F. Petersen. Row 4: P. Interdonato. K. Ede, D. Feustel, Bostron. P. Allan, R. Sweeney, S. Bonomo, D. Epstein. Row 5: I. Haas, VV. Schubert, R. Bechler, W. Lorenz. A. Rutka. M. Lifonti, P. Nahabedian. V. Bartels, R. Sevon, R. Hoc-ning, Miss Vaughan. v 7QeAlamen 110 Foreground: Leahy. Row l: lf. Kranc. B. VValsh, D Spitzock. D. Tagliere. Row 2: A. Zurawski, B. Kaeseberg E. Lichtwark. D. Rawlings, Cv. Smolke. H. Pikaar. Row 3 F. Sarama, L. Petersen, Meyer, E. Sheridan. I. Klebek, A Krischke, Sarina, M. Eiklor, V. Saechetti. Row 4: D Thomas, E. Harlin, M. Roos, M. Heimberger, M. VVinkler L. Rocchi, D. Garbarski. R. Maehle, D. Morris. Row 5: C McLane, I. Burs, F. Maeella. M. Cummings, M. Liszeo. I Owens, F.. Larson, G. Blanas. I. Horvath, F. Dunn, R. Galitz R. Sehubbe, G. Smetters, M, Woodbiiry, Mrs. Cozisoer. 112 Row 1: P. Dziadus, T. Eastin. Row 2: D. Fischer. R. Argei' L. Herbst. E. Schuller, A. Romano, M. Kasallis. Row 3: S Iewell. I. Lynn, C. Buthman. F. Lansky, I. Aland, P. Colfax B. Krueger, B. Kleekner. Row 4: B. Eck, P. Irvin, B. Cvronn: D. Nasti, D. Thorsteins, H. Stubbs. Row 5: M. Steinke, I. Conoboy. Williaiiis, L. Fleck. D. Menze, Fl. Iones, I. Steffensen. Row 6: C. Tyznik, M. Mosby, C. Dude-k. Miss Rassmussen. Leiper. D. Kulpinski, W. Nida. D. Studhalter. ?f2eAlamen Row l: N. Cesarano, R. Matzner, C. Brons, Boring, Bonavolant, M. Pezze. Row 2: R. Menotti, M. Madeen, D. Haas, M. Kindstrand, G. Tapp, L. Stjernberg. Row 3: B. Bockmann, B. Staikos, F. Shuey, S. Vondrak, L. Stennfeld, G. Ienski. Row 4: I. DiMarca, E. Fritz, R. Wood, S. Fal- zone, T. Prohaska, T. Swanson. Row 5: M. Morton. A. Bartolucci, R. Coyelli, R. Duske, H. Von Helmo, Miss Nurmi, E. Wolter. 113 Row 1: V. Mika, B. Feldman, M. Kruse, C. Pankiewicz. Row 2: L. Kopjoe. M. Van Geertruy, E. Frontzak, Hum- beutel, C. Mimmack, S. Sicuro, P. Del Principe. Row 3: S. Tracy, E. Fege, Dale, N. Marsh. M. Wagner, N. Carroll, M. Mantell, E. Orsahl. Row 4: S. Gilberto, V. Scardina, I. Ricci, L. Davidson, N. Dennstedt, A. Nicolai, R. Lackowski W. Kraus. Row 5: R. Clarke, D. Bishop, M. Lange, T. Lis- inski, S. Hodges, L. Windt, I. Weeks, W. Torgus. Row 6: Miss Greene, W. Kirnbauer, B. Thyfault, C. Laws, C. Chase. I. Clarke, N. Christensen, G. Hauhrich, Damico. ll4 Foreground: M. Kita. Row 1: R. Stengren, F.. Oquist, I Billiat. Row 2: B. Kruse, D. McKay, R. Sinkovc, F. Niziolec R. Farina, I. Ryan. Row 3: R. Pernicone, C. Osberg, L Zoziabek, P. Ammerling, D. Podkulski, N. Snyder, M. Cilio, D. Corso, M. Trieh. Row 4: E. Koziol, E. Nocek, A. Wie- clawski, M. Christensen, D. Rogalski, Marzigliano, E. Sell A. Noehre, L. Amberger, M. Sveinson. Row 5: W. Gehring, L. Rokusek, D. Weiss, Dickenscheidt, R. Balasa, E. Wan- ders, Mr. Lloyd, M. Sheppard, P. Pettenuzzo, I. Kusznieruk. E. Folz, R. Kautzi. K, Klemke, F.. Lueken. 151 Row l: R. Miller, H. Kunz. Row 2: R. Nolte, A. Hanson. R. Rozanski. Row 3: E. Kiessling, R. LaRusso, M. Wolow- nik, R. Geharty, C. Iohnson. Row 4: A. Kobos, G. Gorski, D. Rutkowski, Tiberi, B. Berg, P. Favia, Gnaski. Row 5' I. Larson, R. Iacobson, A. Comiskey, H. Dunn, R. Bidstrup, I. Blonar, Miss Drago. 152 Row l: C. French, L. Karp, B. McQueen, Weston. L Lautenschlager. Row 2: A. LePore, L. Carollo, N. Peterson P. Klenk, R. Vartabedian, A. Bonayolant. Row 3: M. Var- tabedian, B. Munch, E. Shipilio, R. Rogers, B. Parks, B Etheridge, C. Blomquist, L. Smith. B. Kroeker. Row 4: P O'Neil, C. Hansen. I. Petrich, R. Daley, D. Summerfield, G Hruska, Hunt, D. Grey, Guido. Row 5: A. Pinkhan R. Arthofer, I. Henneman, M. Price, R. Prusinski, F. Olson R. Adams, Brown, F. D'Eceliss. zz X 1, if 1- x 94" 'iQwiff of A ff . "iii rf? Q f' xi 2 9 ' NIV? 3, . , , . 'iq-Q gifs' fl ' 1 . 'wif i S,-'35 ' T J 4, , Z-""""'S if Sophomores care not what may paw, They want their lunch and want it fast They know the short cuts to the place, The Fifteen Teeners win that race. 201 Row lz R. Dnnkert, G. Boer, W. Krahn. Row 2: R. Ruhlin, G. Fichter, F. Noack. W. Cyplick, H. De Smidt, N. Puchal- ski. Row 3: N. Wilkozek, E. Tarpinian, K. Paul, I. Pellic- cioni. G. Von Scliwedler. R. Fedro, W. Kritlow. R. Besserer. Row 4' G Kas rz k W Saunders R Larkin I Girr K . . zap y , . C ., . 1 . . 2 y. . Beyer, C. Calwas, R. Volpe. Row 5: Morris, P. Roberts, Miss Kinderman. 204 Row l: L. Kjeldsen, M. Ciolino, VV. Brandl, S. Permanian. Row 2: R. Marino, F. Kolinski. R. Rode, V. Strugala, B. Mueller. Row 3: G. Gullickson. A. Tresselt, B. Horgan, W. Iohns, P. Gardner. Row 4: S. Conrad, D. Gast, I. Lasiewicz, D. Pinn, V. Belcaster. Row 5: M. Zernone, I. Pfaffendorf. C. Matz, N. Henriksen, R. Kuhlmann. Row 6: H. Rachanski, R. Willizims. Mr. Wzilsh, R. Iaworowski, A. Ziemba. On stoop: D. Anderson. O. Edwards, C. Koniszewski, R. Todara, N. Butera. Soplaomm-eA 203 Row l: E. Shabez. R. Brand. Row 2: Maieski, M. lirisen- dahl. E. Funk. E. Triunfol, R. Hzillinzxn. li. Belanger. Row 3: E. Leali, D. Beyer, P. Anderson, L. Grempke, D. Ritis, R. Aland, M. Motykiewicz. Row 4: R. Kohlhaas. R. Kures. M. Rago, L. Buetow, W. Fisher, V. Bjork. Row 5: L Ohlander. I. Maflla, A. Haraekiewicz, E. Eckert. G. Gallon H. Wienecke. R. Springer, Mrs. Young. Row 6: F. Franke P. Darbyshire, D. Cucka, A. Anderson, D. Buchweitz. A Bessa, R. Cinel. D. Robaidek, R. Nygren. 205 Row I: M. Arendt, Catalan. D. Pomorin, B. Ebel, R. Kand- ler, G. Urban, R. Andersen. Row 2: E. Rybinski, L. Penn. S. Gelilert, M. Hedges. R. Litawa, P. Anderson. Row 3: T. Michalak, G. Beyer, N. Lueth, M. Brcssan, B. Ciulla, D. Turner. Row 4: D. Rabito, Rover, D. Brenny, N. Hjaltelin. E. Streder, R. Klein. Row 5: M. Kulczyk. R. Szczepanik, I. Craig, Rodman. E. Heineman, R. Allen. On stoop: H. Nebergall, I. Roemmelt, D. Nelson. D. Platt, D. Shuldes. O Sepia omoke Row l: H. Iohnson, W. Van Tuyl, B. Risvold, Row 2: Fortman, D. Hildebrand, M, Bilka, R. Simonian, Anderson, F. Cookson, L. Kwasinski. Row 3: R. Regmer, M. Donati, B, Veskauf, R. Godlewski. S. Neubauer, R. Eck, F. Smosna, H. Anderson. Row 4: K. Ahlstedt, Brentano. G. Scholz, E. Kukla, D. Bartosch, Mueller, C. Matusiak, S. Berndt, E. Gualano. Row 5: R. Obermayer. Rizzo, E. Reedstrom, T. Wrona, Miss Stavers, E. Frank. 209 Row 1: R. Anderson, R. Terracina. B. Kluch, G. Corrado Row 2: D. Templeman, D. Allan, I. Rispante, P. Maday, L Kielmar, R. Beback, E, Kowalewska. Row 3: C. Nuzzo, I Friede, M. Cortez, C. Marzen, M. lbsen, B. Hensel, I. Brom- stead, D. Mazukelli, V. Rizzo. Row 4: R. Iorpeland, E Niedermeyer, M. Tabraham, Kloss, L. Stahlecker, E. Bos- worth, R. Glazowski, B. Trestrail, C. McGee. Row 5: L Brooks, E. Priest, G, Graves, R. Willianis, Oliveto, P Olsen. R. Dernnicki, N. Eliassen, VVurster. Miss Iacobek, 208 Row 1: C. Chiapetta, Ruoti, I, Neidhardt, Y, Finnemore, I. Cerniglia. Row 2: R. Lauer, I. Anderson, D. Radewagen. I. Wapierski, D. Potempa. Row 3: M. Coppola, P. Wurst, B. Frostenson, R. Peterson, S. Henriksen. Row 4: I. Blumer, I. Bochte, I. Warhenthien, G, Soteras, W. Odean. Standing: Miss Blythe, I. Erickson, I, Moeller, B. Skinder. L. Von Oppen, On steps: I, Marchetti, D. Garbarski. R. Smoy, E. Smuda, V. Bevan, G. Noehre, M. Iohnson, W. Dassow. 210 Row 1: R. Iohnson, C. Sell, W. Wienert. Row 2: M. Andri- ano, U. Esposito, M. Parsons, L. Zeller, A. Remus. Row 3: F. Ehlers, D. Gundersen, N. Costa, S. Saalfrank, I. Walte- made, L. Adams, S. Spousta. C. Walter. Row 4: A. Ianke, R. Giancola, A. Bruggemann, P. Grider, R. Zawiski, B. Kresch, Ludrnann, L, Balinski, V. Kamin. Row 5: D. Kal- jian. D. Tansor. L. Hillstrom, I. Ferrarini, L. Bylotf, P. Morrison, B. Meadowcrolt, N. Neilsen, T. Kowalczyk, G. Patterson, R. Schildt, H. Bowen. f E? is 4., 'Z' v :M ' I "" -fag , ' ma, 3 9 ' ss QP f E. A .A. L ,X , Y Q Q5 2 R A ii Q . f. . 4- A 1 3 -s - -: YQ- X A .A -r . f f: N ' 4 A - H .F ' : 2 , ,Mxww . ' K ' we - N B x N, V 3 Y -H bali, f ' :W ,R f X Q A..w, . -px ww. M ww A 1 MM We fl , Y xr L. 5 Q 1 A 5 ,EER , ,A R. , Q 3 5, ew 'f xg -- ., ,.,. Qf Q X H Q' Q YT,-I, xx 5,1 N a V W., 3 , c . ,5 5 , gy. , I ':i'f::'i: 'L ' ' X V! TN k Q. - , ' , gif Xb' ,f A 5 f 5' f ' , x 'g ffjiyigfilr .' Q U 5 A 5 N. I fx E62 iz, Yr Sk mx - iv: X igsxfsf S SS bzlzu W' 51 iw V e6. E Y wi , , x wx , g an A J M, - TY ' - " ef A 1' 'Nz A 43923 .' Y ' sg Wei' F x 54 Nm' S N . ??1 Q .bkygw se Q Q6 5 s ,as YR K x Y f 5 is fs ff 3 Q sq + in 1? if is 5 :BQ 9 W' X mm we X 1 9 if Ai A 'X S Q H s Q Y Q SX S Ig kk 1 gg gi Q fx iz N xg Q ifk 'P' 'E M .ke ' Q M Sf Q as J Q Q i. E fs 5 if fx g 5 gym J f' 4 3 X fi 4395 X - H., . 'gn X 216 Foreground: M. Christman. Row l: F.. Moore. D. Rem- becki, E. Marcelleti, Theisen. Row 2: C. Addalia, A. Huffnus, I, Hendry, M. Stevenson, P. Mogge. I. Giliberto. Row 3: L. Chapman, L. Hanke, L. Flanagan, L. Scott, V, Wengler, D. Barrer, A. Beckman, H. Iones, N. De Michele. Row 4: W. Brinati, R. Malmgren, I. Lieske, W. Straessle, R. Wolfram, D. Huelke, Bailey, E. Olsen, L. Gruber, D. Disney, I. Wielgus. 252 Row 1: G. Brady, Iohnson, F. Settepani, M. Muscare. Row 2: D. Hoy, A. La Paglia, H. Gaydula, M, Schwarzen- horn. C. Osberg. Row 3: D, Swierczynski, L. Youngren, I. Fink, B. Lenski, C. Maager, Unruh. Row 4: Giannini, D. Sobacki, H. Burmeister, L. Merker, L. Campbell. Row 5: N. Edwards, L. Bastian, W. Griswald, L. Vachula. On flag pole: G. Norton, W. Sorensen, A. Reinsch, Sepia omvteA 217 Row 1: D. Donald, M. Mercurio, B. Sobieszczyk, M. Pesce. S. Spielman. Row 2: M. Boras, M. Casello, N, Kelly, E. Burrick, C. Stankiewicz. F.. Benson, M. Regan, R. Frontzak. Row 3: R. Gallagher, E. Hanson, R. Schwartz, D. Shibley, O. Vigilante, M. Smith, I. Crudele, S. Wisniewski. Row 4: A, Schroeder, G. Prisching, R. Pascus, W. Tylski, R. Van Vooren, VV. Lutz. 253 Row 1: D. Iay, P. Minster, M. Iohnson. Row 2: D. Talaga, S. Garling, E. Schleehauf, Bjornestad. Row 3: N. Klein, I. Richards, D. Parsons, G. Fiorda, A. Shanske, M. Pagliai. Row 4: H. Glatz, A. Wiegand, B. Whitney, B. Bauer, D. Hansen, C. Nelson, D. Funk, L. Mahler. Row 5: N. Salat, Lorman, I. Dicluch, G. Zimmermann, D. Glans, I. Valentino, S. Dreher, M. Laurenzano. Row 6: Mr. Sweig, Pietrobon, E. Keck, R, Nilsen, H. Stenzel, I. Wallman, R. Oller, L. Ziomek. 254 Row l: G. Razgaitis, D. Marinelli, li. Pearson. Row 2: A. Cannata R. Iulin, N. Tarpiman, L. Strybel, R. Valvo, W. Hansen, E. Wil- liams. Row 3: B. Konig. R. Paule, V. Furlan, L. Wanders, R. Pittel- kow. G. Filipowski. R. Thommes. Row 4: R. Azzaro, W. Broad- head. Grande, Rossow. I. Hanley, S. lrkfetz, L. Radar, E. Ful- horst. Row 5: M. Boettcher, Ringlund, R. Chesney, V. Michels R. Antonelli. Harrscli, C. Gjestland, L. Spooner. 256 Row l: M. Verba. D. Barred, V. Becker. Row 2: Colombo. l' Cummings, M. Richter. V. Hellstrom, C. Christopherson. Row 3 A. Lippi. A. Ruschke, Camhensy. F. Sabala, G. Nicholson, E Cecehin, B. Schaffer. Row 4: C. Palumbo, D. Thiel, E. Beback, B lohnson, L. Nicholson. D. Sladek, D. Larson. Row 5: L. Schultz Carter, K. lebelian, L. Yurkowski, S. Tyler. G. Pedersen, A. Brand Row 6: Miss Compton. Walz, P. Von Schwedler, VV. Morris. A VVolkey, R. Barile, K. Bigoness. ,G. IO3 255 Row 1: R. Permanian. M. Mazzucchelli. Row 2: L. Hataj. Keck A. Montecalvo. A. Guttman. M. Severinghaus. L. Gacke. G. Durin ski, D. Brotherton. Row 3: L. Prodoehl, N. Altomari, L. Boyajian A. Bachman, M. Rozanski, L. Mosher. li. Trumbell. G. VVeax'er I. Godee, R. Aromi. Row 4: R. Liszco. B. Korzep. W. Ritchey P. Bellini, N. Rosasco, VV. MacDutl, E. Castellan. Row 5: D. Thodt- R. Mulch, Tessaro, Blendow. Row 6: N. Nahabedian, Leibei' A. Colavincenzo, Scarpelli. Mrs. Soderlverg, lean Blendow. 257 Row l: H. Guth. L. Niro. G. Falzone. Row 2: M. VVeil1smantel T. Garber. S. Litrenta. D. Kusinski, D. Schuller. li. Petersen, P. Scar clina. Row 3: Studhaltcr, L. Prozanski. N. Sigle, H. Seelig, S Swanson, B. Reed, Mr. Cook. Row 4: L. Oftedalil, M. Basso, B McEvoy, M, Sounhein, R. Koepke. L. Thomason. G. Swanson, li Sloan. Row 5: L. Christiansen, R. Darre. B. Briney. R. Beckman C. Voigt. R. Sclilueter, O. Smith. I fx L2 Sepia vmvtu 751 Row l: N. liucciolo. C. Rizzo, D. Angerhofer, R. Radomski R. Neder. Row 2: G. VVeiszmann, D. Amuvidson. A. Ander- son, R. Ernsting, lf, Hofer, R. Facenda, R. Wolfert. Row 3: l. Ancona, R. Catenazzo. C. Zdeb, R. Baker, R. lfwcrling, D. Sadowski. D. Leschmanu. Davidek. Row -1: A. Temple. R. Ricci. D. lirne, Mrs. Armitage, VV. Tl1l5l'SSL'll. R. Cunnill. E. Rogers. l. Tiritilli. C. Votinka. B. Sri-mm-n S lfi.-iinr.-vvlf .x"i AJ A ff D -D eww?-me Now they've arrived at sweet sixteen, Ties of friendship seem more keen: To carry the books of the Iunior "gal", Is the Iunior boy's way of being a pal. 302 Row l: I. Hupert, G. Kling, L. Harrison, L. Phillips, D. Ehlend, N. Bizzotto. Row 2: T. Marxer, G. Iernegan, I Peterson, l. Byars. B. Anderson, E. Anderson. Row 3: L. Katke, L. Frankenberger. E. Hammer, L. Iohnson, C. Bedau, L. Boettcher. Row 4: G. Schmidt, R. Bouchard, H. Schill- moeller, R. Haertel, L. Anderson, M. Hayden, Row 5: Mrs. Littiq. F. Camasto. Olsen, A. Arrigo, D. Swan, M. Wezr- zyn, T. Walsh. On the side: R. Tracey, F. Hudock. G. Hahn, R. Colantionis, M. Czarnik. D. Rawlings. 304 Row l: B. Reuhs, L. Iarnacz. L. Wosik, M. Pilch, Muzik Row 2: V. Goergen, F. Vertone. P. Sztuk. C. Wiberg, C Lauer. Row 3: H. Sanichas, M. Kopfer, R. Campo, E. Baldi M. Genova. Row 4: W. Barker, L. Nelson, L. Sikorski, L Conn, G. Mador. Row 5: R. Becker, F. Diakaki, B. Skiba B. Bartel. Row 6: Miss Papenbrook, F. Fiore, R. Scurto, K Wendt. D. Nolte, I. Gilson. On side: D. Froehbrodt. I Mason, M. Iohnson, E. Covganka, H. Hansen, F. McCarthy I. Romano, D. Lester. qnio 303 Row l: L. Bruhn, R. Cirinqiowe. D. Knndsen. Row 2: C. Antonsen, A. Barkman, L. Sic-mion, S. Gattcrdam. M. Dc Night. Row 3: I. Hillig, F. Veremis, M. Neville. N. Smith, H. Hillgard, A. Barcal, P. Lucas. Row 4: V. Naviguto. G. Mueller, G. Weiss. R. Calalrese, A. Shoard. D. Backstrom, G. Bubien. Row 5: R. Herbert. R. Conklin. R. Glasser. H. Berolzheimer, E. Tipshus, R. Pikaar, F. Muszynski, W. Peterson. Row 6: Mrs. Bade. R. Caflisch, D. Rogers, R. Swajkart, E. Richa, K. Simonsen, K. Starck, L. Klekamp. VV. Ericksen. 305 Row l: E. Roche, D. Chutka, S. Iohnson. I. Rziimogidi, M. Marcello. Row 2: S. Roses, L. De Vitto. C. Dolwner. A. Bauschke, D. Weber. Row 3: M. Ernest, P. Kissane. D. Wisowaty, I. Taqliere, M. Rohel. Row 4: H. Rolveck. S. Peters, P. Michelson, D. Strutz. Row 5: W. Barker. B. Pacini. O. Batelli, Booth. Row 6: T. Boland. I. Persino, A. Trulli, L. Plummer. On side: H. Vinje. D. Leitgeh, R. Egan, A. Matanky, E. George, B. Iacohsen, V. Conoscenti. I. Rabiola, T. Heid, W. Stadnik. IUO qniou 306 Row 1: B. Brodersen, L. Borchelt. Row 2: L. Iust, W. Lenz E. Mucha. D. Wicke. Row 3: G. Iacohson, D. Korn, B Ramagnano, L. Fabian, D. Ribachuk, W. Wake. Row 4: I Lowe, I. Barry. B. Baylian, D. Polacek. I. Neal, D. Heckl Row 5: A. Iasinski, L. Kreuz. M. Huff. Slowi, I. Zitkus A. Gallo. N. Mitchell, VV. Riggs. Row 6: E. Bolander, R Klawitter, Krns. G. Taniillo. 308 Row 1: M. Spinelli, l. Chilson, D. Koziol, R. Krott. Row 2 S. MCMCIli1Il1lIl, Turpin, E. Kannberg, D. Hennig, R Kallas, G. Bull. Row 3: E. Gonska, C. Klima, G. Tidstrand L. Giovanclli, S. Lorkiewicz, D. lsaachsen. M. Tempel Row 3: L. Hartmann, N. Hedstrom. B. Gash, M. Rekve N. Iohnson. A. Tonnesen, E. Kapusta. Row 4: D. Poley R. Voida. B. Behr. M. Norris, D. Saar. Miss Lysaught. Row 5: T. Farley, F. Snictters, F. Folcna. 307 Row l: T. Bosck, A. Kalenian, Ioseph, H. Gast. Mohr- bacher, S. Hartiq. Row 2: E. Glewicz, M. Levandoski, I Counihan, V. Cronch, P. Palacz, E. Saurmann. G. Taylor Row 3: G. Krell, I. Brosegrini, C. Chapman, D. Glaesner L. Effinger. Widenineyer. R. Nolan, G. Beckstcd. Row 4 A. Termini. D. Clouston, R. Reinel, l. Smith. B. Waard, I Iarva, G. Moen. I. Nero. Row 5: R. Thompson, S. Fiducci H. Stair. Miss Kilgour. M. Ottayiano, W. Tanner. 309 Row 1: V. Iohnson. B. Field. L. Oldham. E. Nonck. C MacDufl, R. Monaco, H. Karlovitz, R. Benson. Row 2: B Allen, M. Malaria. D. Christensen, D. Revere. H. Grail, S Mezynski, R. Schoenncnian. Row 3: B. Varouxakis, C. Tib- betts, Malatia. R. Schune, G. Krum, B. Egner. B. Iahnkc P. VVieland. Row 4: L. Colletti, F. Bava, E. Wesley, C Renda, R. Wcik, F. Hempcl, T. Schulze, L. Chatroop, G Swegles, M. Zinner. Row 5: L. Pearson, Cassin, Mr Thompson. P. Sicuro, C. Berger, T. Bock. 3ll Row 1: C. Glasser, R. VVest. B. Palazzo, I. Moreno. Row 2 C. Bier, L. Hinclerer, M, Zanine, K. Steel, Row 3: M. Beaudoin, E. Bu no, E, Stancich, D. Lawdenski L. arabas. g . B R. Van Dorpe. Row 4: V, Karnuth, V. Sivieszek, D. Kir chofl. M. Garbark. Row 3: B. Magnuson, A, Hachstadter. H. Frye. D. Finch, M. Zizzo. Row 4: R. Czarny, Winters, F. Searpelli. G. Scheidler, H. Zuhl. Row 5: VV. Hamilton G. VVandall, VVinter. xzw S2 3 Z r 2 its :Sei E-5' 5? 55 255 3,3 113 Em OO . -. :U5 ' r-' .U in ag' 2.5 GCN-' UPU Filipowski, C. Hamm. R. Yansko. G. Meier. Standing: Puskarz. R. VVhaley, D. Gesicki, Stranges. Row 3: Mardegan. D. De Rosier, S. Stranaglia, B. Kirchiner. Bartsch. R. Bailey. Row 4: Lawler. F. Bochte. L. Druss R. Young. C. Schwenn, Farley. Row 5: Miss O'Connor R. Stastny, A. Foss, I. Hochlvaum. qnivu 312 Row l: L. Mucci. L. Zawacki. Hyatt, G. Grempke. H Eck. Row 2: Perry. A, Esayena, M. Grego. li. Clarke. I. Blankenmeister. L. Kurpias. Row 3: A, Herzog, G. Potempa, T, Zumpano. D. Paige. l. Barnas, Miss Bogowicz. Row 3: E. Steigerwald. G. Mills, E. Schaefer, D. Blackburn, W. Vander Hayden. A. Barrett, I. Keywanka. Row 4: I. lero- nimo. H. llaule. R. Roeing. C. Vandini, D. Senf, N. Sack- rison. Row 5: W. Renning, R. Schuetz, M. Stolarczyk. D Lundell, S. Stafford. lohanson. 315 Row 1: G. Andersen, C. Di Leonarili. li. Kapustka. l McBride, D. Hadeler, S. Tootooian. Row 2: A. Scrvicki. C Brnsenbach. A. Bing. L. Haftl, li. Kocol, S. Iolinson. Row 3: B. Volant, R. Nolte, B. Swiontek. D. Keene, C. Sutton. D Geigher. Row 4: T. Kapsis, H. West, R. May. lf. Dainiiiatu R. Falllwaclier. R. Perzan. Row 5: G. Kledzik. D. Smliellen- luerger, H. Martensen. ' :. + 5 " Isb H' 1- 5 as :ii X - .1Q 1 3 E- - S Y Q Q gig Q E' ik . ,,:, .g?:,,bf. '..'. Q 69 : : ff H' fe .fi P Yi ,b 4 ii! ri D jx 3 5- 3 25359 Q A " ,l 'ei Q -' . L -Q LSL 6 ig zz .fr-1xfK 353 Row 1: F.. Schneider. S. Prim, G. Hansen. Row 2: G Heidtke. V. Fagsley, C. Picciuca, D. Remke, A. Iertlta, R Troesken, I. Malkiewicz. Row 3: H. Lind, R. Tune, R. Wilk. G. Ivaska. F. Larson, A. Hasselman. Mrs. Calverley. Row 4 L. Lundgren, R. Eiehstaedt. A. Nelson, D. Stennfeld, C Keyes, M. Maka, C. Haut. Row 5: D. Braid, D. Mikolajczyk K. Mohrman. E. Kolb, D. Kumro, A. Grote, L. Matthiessen 355 Row I: T. Schmidt, D. Schutz, Anderson, V. Ahlgrim M. Ottenbacher. Row 2: G. Addalia, M. Quilico, B. Bres- nahan, M. Schroeder, B. Gertsen. Row 3: F. McMurray, R Vernon. Bobzin. E. Seefeldt, M. Behnke. Row 4: B Mitchell, R. Seaihorg, R. Brownlow, T. Wolz, R. Wright Row 5: Mrs. Zwicky, G. Allen, M. Lannoy, B. Novak, G Olszowkn, H. Cvaleotti. qnivu 354 Row lz I. Seldon, C. Henrich, I. Klassen. Row 2: V. lletretti, D. Minerva, T. Bengtson, M. Iahnke, I. Prouty, Miss Gruener. Row 3: M. Cregier, L. Strai, R. Mitchell, lion- tone. C. Logan, D. Riel, A. Menotti. Row 4: L. Stomper. L. Scharek. C. Hzindzel, B. Rehscher. Iorpelnnd, M. Finlayson, L. Iaacks, W. Thielmann. Row 5: E. Bayer, B. Bergquist, R. Ienks, H, Buerster. G. Nelson. E. Reininger, Lawcewicz, D. Delnick. Row 6: A. Brezinski. D. Rejinnn. 356 Row l: Christensen, C. Pinelli, Z. Kachigiun. A. Brylais, E. Dobis. Row 2: A. Moersch. S. Knckow, Owen, li. Morong. M. Kouletsis, C. Tavitian. Row 3: K. Alstrom, C. Stern, B. Iecllick. M. Helgren, D. Higgins. Row 4: C. Fick. R. Iohnson, G. Iankowski, R. Leiber, C. Kotlewski. Row 5: Mr. Bramkamp, L. Wroiike, D. Horst. Row l: K. Riisick, R. Sanders, Reindl,fS:hoefer1iz1Cker, D. Mnehr. K. Scliuetz. Row 2: B. Masterson, L, Sievers, I Colzivincenzo. M. Rannllo. M. Pivarci. A. Snnsone, L. Tay lor. C Smith. Row 3' B. Norris. En wall E. Sered H . . . Q ' , a, . Pernizinian. D. Ohman, I. Tzivlor, I. Fontana. M Vlfenqler. G. Pimp. V. VVoodwzird. R. Biowski. Row 4: E. Arneson, Mr. Ferdniun. R. Muczynski. ,...Jk.. The Seniors' four years have Come to an end With happy memories of many a friend: The Seventeen Teeners drink a toast, To the part of their life they love the most. 401 Row l: S. Guerra, M. Danna. Lewis, C. Mecca, C. Ray M. McBride K. Hefner Row 2: Pinn , . L' acnmcmas Nielsen. I. Ekberg, G. Anderson. Row 3: G. Fletter, C. Paynter, V. Mateja, H. King, L. Mroz, Mrs. Beach. Row 4 M. Bjork, A. Gowdy, G. Dearing. L. Skicewicz, D, Kroger Row 5: P. Best, T. Monaco. L. Galuska. 403 Row l: D. Smith, T. Tucker, E. lohnson. A. Larson, osggw ggME.5 -ao .. L-IF Exo' uw 2502-gi ,AVON if Ganga Zo " ...Sie TQIUJETS? E007 3525 YZF 5, m0 5255 O 77' T' . v'gM.'3' -135-5 3' 2, 2252 TWSQ. 5? E -lljtm-213 Flesor, l. Castronova, B. Mydlil. Row 5: R, Cump, Mr. Pfeil Seniou 402 Row lr M. Engels. Gringcr. M. Provenzano. M. San- tangelo. D. Schcuer. A. Gaydula. Row 2: B. Miller, V. Tracey, M. Miller, B. Leschmann, V. Oliveto, M. Edwards. Row 3: H. Frankowski, M. Nicolosi, M. Shumicki, D Albrecht, M. Dill, W, Bieniak. Row 4: W. Martens, A Chiaruttini, A. Bitterman, R. Gilke, R. Stobbe, N. Erickson Row 5: Miss McNamara, E. Skehan. Clouston, B. Crane 404 Row l: M. VVitt, M. Krahn, B, Christopher, l. Ranyak. L Tichy. Row 2: Miss Herbert, Benson, R. Fredrickson, M Pecha, S. Norris, M. Slusenski. Row 3: R. Vogel, M. Lippi, V. Linder, lj. Braman, B. Rudolph, M. Schubhe. Row 4: W, Voigt, Mall, R. Nelson. Priest, T. Pavone, W. Kannberg, C. Gutherlet. Seniou Row 1: Saley, E. Ulman, A. Hummel, B. Bartolucci, Miss Adams. Row 2: S. Marsh, L. Barsz, L. Stuhlfauth, Frankenberg, D. Tauber. Row 3: V. Sass. E. Haack. Benning. Row 4: D. Tamburino, M. Cieszki, R. Bielawa. Iayhan, R. Alberti, I. Anderson. Row 5: G. Schanel, Pohlman, D. Donegan. Row 6: Menotti, G. Moscinski, Rossini. Ogorzalek. Row 7: R. Livermore, E. VVahby. Sanders. SHEEP? 407 CPUFU on ECE :LETS ES?- 57:3 Ifhfm N50 SDR ,DPW 'J rv .,. 27:95 EZ'-T 3191 3.1.54 f'- S 50 Zi? EQ' rs-eg v-2:5 W CLE 3542? 1075 Foreground: I. Slezak, R. Moeller. Row l: G. Patrick, Bradtke, D. Stelmach, M. Rusin. C. Paoli, D. McDonnell. Durante. Row 2: T. Dyrda, H. Sydoryk, N. Miers, Kullmann, W. Anderko, V. Wolff, D. Anderson, E. Theml. A. Comerford. 406 Row 1: D. Dvorak, N. Lagerholm, Stockflsch, V. Kalustian L. Ostrowski. Row 2: R. Okulski, E. Pankiewicz, A Amundsen. C. Colaianni, R. Ziemer. Row 3: I. Taylor, I Hoffmann, W. Burkhardt, R. Clark, P. Dziedzic, M. Mich- alak, H. Pulos, G. Keller. Row 4: Miss O'Brien, I. Watson R. Schwandt. E. Iepsen, Harlin, R. Dour, Peterson H. Kast. 408 Row l: B. Tichawa. D. Iohnson, L. Weismantel, L. Ritt- haber, G. Kinodel, A. Welcher. D. Remus. Row 2: A Korber, B. Oberhuber, R. Bubert, H. Iacobson, R. Menard M. Serio, D. Eddy, I. Sandri. Row 3: E. Pollman, W McSwiney, P. Catania, G. Kelle, R. Termini. H. Ross, I. Ray Row 4: G. Rayspis, R. Holmes. C. Sparato, T. Vanderslice G. Harte, D. Breitsprecher. Miss Yetter. 409 Row lz A. Schlenker, R. Iokiel. C. De Marco, V. Barton. R. Cimino, F. Becker. Row 2: M. Pierini, C. Kuhlemeier, R. Sidor, L. Rzymek, C. Stelling. N. Shelton. Row 3: C. Teator, B. Ianis, M. Markovitch, H. Warchal, G. Kirchvogel B Houlber Miss Sechler Row 4 D Am n . g, . z . es, M. Sto e, I. Skogsberg, E. Purzycki, H. Wiegelman, S. Sobieszczyk, W. Silberschlaq. Row 5: D. Cyrier. A. Scarpelli, R. Marx, I Suarez, L. Kos, R. Budacki. W. Elke. 411 Row I: C. Lancione, B. Koehler, I. Gresham, L. Urso, D Diduch, D. Ebenroth. Row 2: Miss Selinger, A. Witt, D Buschart, M. Iohnson, U. Cosentino, I. Rodway. I. O'Brien Row 3: D. Sztuk, E. Nelson, P. Conforti, L. Zawiski, I Griseto, D. Radomski, F. Santapa. Row 4: R. Gerber, V Buhrke, C. Morey, R. Berg, D. Fiducci, A. Garzonetti B. Shostak. Seniou 410 Row I: M. Koch, V. Di Matteo, E. Zahn, S. Halula, L. Zimmer, L. Wanat. Row 2: V. Lech. T. Fricano, L. Betley, M. Benedetto, M. Nahahedian, R. Gerlovich. Row 3: H. Huebner, Miss Thorsson, C. Wilson, W. Burke, G. Wendt, L. Evensen, T. Genuk. Row 4: I. Eudeikis, I. Kowalski, A. Iohnson, R. Boston. 412 Row lx A. Yarema, F. Zapatka, G. Biornsen, K. Caravcllo. C. Mueller, V. Horwath, I. Lieggi. Row 2: I. Fedro. C. Burro, White, R. Le Blanc, L. Brochocki, D. Dressler, R. Quirk. Row 3: Mr. Moody, E. Falkenstein, D. Garb, D. Kelly, D. 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Y px: A mx -, ffzf- in . Q 2 QV ...- Us yu M1 lata, H4 d to Keat the Kqnd Row 1: L. Druss, V. Buhrke, W. Kaczmarek, E. Volker, V. Wolff, A. Barrett, C. Wiberg, E. Schleehauf, W. Van Tuyl, B. Bresnahan, I. Mackintosh, A Fuller, A. Sadowski, D. Zieker. Background: R. Obermayer. Row 2: R. Conk- lin, G. Nelson, G, Criscuolo, D. Dressler, I. Owen, H. Ross, R. Gerlovich, R Alberti, M. Finlayson, B. Rudolph, L. Lundgren, H. Schrope, M. Iohnson, W Backer, M. Gaus, R. Niles, I. Sloan, R. Iasinski, W. Tanner, W. Wahl, H Neilsen, B. Birnbaum, B. Colantino, Henneman, G. Kleinschmidt. Row 3 G. Tidstrand, R. Ziemer, R. Muczynski, P. Nelson, A. Hasselman, B. Skiba F. Smetters, D. Froehbrodt, B. Bergquist, R. Olsen, I. Peterson, C. Ivans, I Mall. B. Shuldes, R. Young, R. Eck, R. Schmuck, W. Barker, T. Vanderslice D. Schmidt, G. Anderson, G. Krel, Tyslan, D. Korso. 4 Q Rqin at Shine 0:46 Yqitlafql Tooteu Ntejn 77me Conant Kand The largest band in the school is called upon to perform at all important affairs whether it be during school hours or in the evening. They furnish the "pep" music to boost the spirit of our football players when in the midst of a serious game. Graduation night calls for music majestic and regal, and the band produces it. Mr. I. Feldman, sponsor, is proud to report at this time that the band received an rating in the last annual band contest. Sqmpln vnic Sttqimf ?il1 the Symphony 02clueA tu Mr. Willard Groom has been in charge of the orchestra since its incep- tion. He organized it several years ago from a small group of enthusiasts, and each year it has grown in number. Now it is one of the outstanding clubs. It is on hand to perform when called upon, which is very fre- quently. They're a fine group and contribute much to the morale of the school. Aren't they attractive in their uniform attire of black and white, all ready to strike up at the signal to go? 11 pee ,die Kam Sweep gmcefullq 0 ek the Tqut Sttingtf Symphony 0?clneA tm Picture on Page 120 Row 1: B. Diephouse, E. Ratsch. R. Salach, Padcr, A. Barrett. Row 2: C. Blom- quist, M. Grego, D. Stennfeld, F. Vcremis, W. Van Tuyl, B. Bresnahan, V. Wolff. Row 3: L. Falknor, W. Brandal, B. Bergquist, G. Weaver. Standing: D. Schcucr, R. Schune, R. Froberg. R. Skiba. Mall, N. Wolodkin, H. Iacobson, S. Zicmcr, Johnson. Picture on Page 121 Row 1: C. Wieberg, G. Kroeker, H. Kroeker, D. Gast, B. Schaefer. Row 2: L. Druss H. Schrope, W. Barker, M. Iohnson, R. Eck, D. Iohnson, A. We-lcher, A. Kalenian, I. Hochbaum, E. Reiningcr. Row 3: R. Schmuch. Sloan, R. Colontino. G. Klein- schmidt, C. Voight. Standing: G. Fiorda, Mr. Groom, E. Stiebe, I. Damico. M. Fiksclal. K066l, Sox Svngbiiwb ut lllcmicql Cqpe A qw' cam Row 1: D. Tauber, V. Fagsley, C. Burmeister, V. Allen. L. Hinclerer, H. Eck, P. Colfax, M. Weismantel, M. San- tangelo, E. Zahn, Klassen lleaderj. Row 2: A. Hennig A, Brylas, E. Marshall, E. Unruh, D. Derosier, L. Strai, I Blazek, M. Marcello, L. Stuhlfauth, C. DiCicco. Row 3 D. Gundersen, P. Lucas, E. Brettner, A, Bauschke, A. Stritzel D. Isaachsen, D. Liclstrom, S. Stramaglia, R. Mardegau, H Westman, Row 4: R. Cvilke, Bostrom. P, Morrison, R Nowak. N, Rodman, D. Heckl, S. Schulze, P. Hirz, L. Becker Ollicers: Seated: H. Frye, President: G. Brady, Secre- tary, E. Unruh, Vice President. Standing: R. Le Blanc. Treasurer: M. Weismantel, Secretary. In C'4peA qnd 64,2 Cvme 7laeAe lllcwic lllqlzeu Row 1: S. Hall, A. Garippo, I. Monson, G. Fiorda, M. Ciolino, M. Severinghaus, S. Pokorni, I. Moreno, L. Weismantel. Row 2: L. Ienscn. G. Brady, M. Witt, C. Tibbetts, N. Hartman, C. Christophcrson, V. Belcaster, I. Friede, D. Daley. Row 3: M. Huff, Bernrcuter, E. Evans, Arrabito, M. Dill, D. Hochbaum. I. Lascicwicz. V. Bjork, A. Tresselt, M. Robel. Row 4: S. Ziemer, R. Lf.-Blanc, N. Salford, C. Martin, G. Pedersen, B. Bauer. L. Flanigan, M. Str-nbcrg, C. Tiritilli. WIA' Clwie For the past ten years they have been under the able direction of Mr. Willard L. Groom, who has led them in their songs for conven- tions and concerts in and out of Chicago. ln their annual performance for the Chicago Sunday Evening Club they sang many works heard in Orchestra Hall for the first time. 54.64 Tana Klend With Qt! ' gm, Jingle Steinmetpr Clwfzal Society Row 1: I. Leahy, D. Bollmann, D. Guey, C. Wendt, I. Holmgren. B. Bielawa, I. Monson, P. Lauer, M. Arigo, B. Becker. Row 2: D. Revere. P. Colfax, A. Stritzel, L. Pinkham, P. Robson, I. Wiggen. I. Flindt, M. Hedges, F. McMurray, D. Maehr. Row 3: R. Kuhlmann, D. Funk, M. Otto, S. Berndt, K. Ahlstedt, Connery, P. De Cvrado, M. Iohnson, I. Goergen. Row 4: D. Hultberg, A. Soderholm, I. Habel, R. Torweiler, D. Leschmann, L. Iversen, R. Wright, W. Thielmann. Among the many musical clubs that exist in Steinmetz, one of the outstanding ones is the group that you see before you. At the annual Fall Music Festival, a freshman mem- ber, who is a very promising musician, directed the society in one of a group of three featured Russian numbers. The Choral Society will enter, as usual, the city-wide Competi- tion Festival, where they will have the opportunity of hearing many other school choruses. 4 Tlaeie High 7IoteA 4nd low note mingle Steinmetj Clwkql Societal Upper Picture Row l: F. Kolinski, C. Lauer, E. Schneider, R. Boyajian. P. Mogge, I. Swing, M. Severinghaus, S. Bendig, I. Moreno, H. Konz, V. Di Matteo. Row 2: L, Boyajian, K. Ahlstedt, D. Bartosch, L. Ohlander, P, Grider, M. Fiksdal, M, Radasevich, Frisk. Pummer, M. Pivarci. Row 3: D. Braid, E. Stieb, W. Odean, . Nygren, G. Pederson, I. Martyn, B. Whitney, D. Pedersen, Oftedahl. L. Mahler. Row 4: O. Christensen, B. Iedlick, R. Brownlow, T. Kowalczyk, M. Keske, D. Studhalter. R. Zawiski. S. Tyler, D. Brenny. Accompanistz A. Garippo. Director: Miss Calverley. Officers: President, l'. De Grado: Vice President: D. Bartasch: Secretary, L. Boyajian, Treasurer, G. Pedersen: Business Man. V. Di Matteo. The society is in its twelfth year under the direction of Mrs. Harriet Calverley. The group is gradually expand- ing in its membership and will have many opportunities of rendering musical expressions. 6 Thea, e if llllwic fn good llieqmne ?teAlrm4n-Siplnomvte Clwit Left Picture Row l: F. Ehlers, Palazzo, B. Sobieszczyk, C. Perrone, Ruoti, Miss Farr. Row 2: M. Mercurio, M. Casello, G. Wallace, R. Menotti. E. Curcio. Row 3: M. Motykiewicz, E. Schmidt, S. Henriksen, C. Rolfs, C. Brons. Row 4: N. Maddalone, N. Kelly, D. Woods, G. Oliveto, M. Kostuck. Row 5: I. Fairchild, D. Haas, L. Schilling, L. Morrison, R. Schenk. Row 6: A. Sharapata, A. Bessa, D. Sackrison, M. Hoppe, I. Ludman, M. Regan. Right Picture Row 1: B. McQueen, R. Anderson, E. Shabez, D. Donald, R. Terracina, Miss Farr. Row 2: B. Kluch, D. Templeman, N. Costa, E. Evans, L. Kielmar, B. Burnier. Row 3: D. Hinderer, P. Sztuk, I. Dautel, R. Siemonian, M. Mitchell, E. Snyder. Row 4x Ketch- mark, B. Iohnson, C. Hendricksen, E. Niedermeyer, M. Tavitian, G. Filipowski. Row 5: M. Kohler, R. Frontezak, C. Mangelsdorf, S. Neubauer, Brentano, M. Stevenson. Row 6: M. Rekve, A. Zaleski, L. Conn, M. Biondo, S. Stennfeld, S. Vondrak. Bouquets to these girls for their beautiful Christmas music. White Christmas and Cantique de Noel were their selections. They have had a full program this year. lt's too bad the boys in the hospitals can't see the lovely faces of the girls who worked so hard to gather so many playing cards for them. Yfvqtla ul Uvzce Sound Hype ling 9 SQ Accompanist: N. Miers. Row 1: Miss Kilgour, I. Wielgus, G. Scholz, I. Iarosz A. Launhardt, C. Laudenski, K. Alstrom, M. Czarnik. M. Wolownik, C. Chap- man, R. Prosken, T. Rasmussen, E. Woodside, R. O'Brien, I. Eudeikis, N Fucciolo, R. Miller, Pastorino. Row 2: G. Taylor, F. Ponzo, I. Ancona R. Wood, B. Croci, R. Ziekert, I. Iohansen, R. Thompson. C. Iohnson, I Broseghini, V. Rizzo, L. Springer. Against wall: R. Rosenfeld, G. Smith. E Edwards, R. Wroblewski, G. Moen. Row 3: E, Castellan. B. Iedlick, W Schuster, A. Iaroski, E. Rossi, I. Mitsch. A. Garzonetti, W. Kannberg H. Anderson. C. Hauser, B. MacDuiT, P. Catania, E. Fromm, P. Greene S. Fiducci. Row 4: Nero, T. Pontarelli, L. Klehamp, L. Leone, V. Trela M. Ottaviano, G. Lich, C. Anderson. R. Iazefowicz. B. Ozmina. R. Nelson, F Santapa, L. Giovannelli, D. Knudsen, O. Sitko, R. Nolan. The Stemmetz Boys Choir under the supervision of Miss Ruth Kilgour since 1938 is a group of conscientious young male singers who appreciate the art of music The membership varies from seventy to one hundred. Skating parties buffet suppers Mothers Day teas are their pursuits. They pay for all their music and give generously to the support of other school proyects Stemmetz is always proud of these boys. Sqpefziot fdtingef Hee Kecoming 4 Hqbit uniok Clwit Row l: G. Moscinski, G. West, R. West. M. Boettcher, B. Palazzo, C. Di Leonardi, Gringer, S. Litrenta. L. Litrenta. Row 2: T. Bosek, T. Bengtson, I. Bowman, M. Pilch, Muzik. M. Krahn, L. Harrison, Counihan, V. Petretti, B. Mucha, I. Raimondi, D. Diduch, E. Tarpinian, E. Rybinski. Row 3z M. Kopp. E. Spann, E. Iohnson, G. Rebechini, A. Zila, A. Klein, V. Cronch, B, Varoux- akis, H. Sanichas, I. Blankenineister, S. Roses, P. Anderson, D. Hanlon, G. Grempke, L. Siemion. Row 4: P. Weber, Perry, M. Lewandoski, C. Antonson. D. Hoy, T. Tucker, P. Burke, Malatia, N. Tarpinian, R. Paule, Pfaifendorf, R. Meyer, L. McDorman, B. Hausing, I. Patton. Row 5: B. Leschmann, Pinna, D. Turner, S. Landini, D. Clouston, E. Hammer, L. lohnson, H. Warchal, A. Bartel, M. Schubbe, L. Lucia, B. Koenig, G. Papp, N. Alfred, D. Keene, Blendow. Olficers: I. Patton, President: D. Clouston, Vice President: I. Becker, Secretary M. Schubhe, Treasurer Miss Farrs songbirds have again won a "Superior" rating in the High School contest. Memorial services for our late president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, were conducted under the auspices of these lovely young ladies. Fifteen hundred decks of playing cards were col- lected to he distributed amonq our disabled veterans. Congratulations, you're doing a fine jobl lliqefic 02 1411 0cc4Ai0nA .9 Tlaeit Specialty Claude? lllqAic Hours after the students and faculty have left the halls of Steinmetz, you will find the students from Chamber Music practicing. The soft strains of music heard during faculty parties and when per- forming for the Fine Arts Guild is due to the rehearsals after school on their own time. The tal- ent of this unusual group is inspired by their sponsor, Mr. Willard Groom. Top Picture At piano: A. Garippo, G. Fiorda. Row 1: B. Diephouse. I. Blazek, Perry, Stockflsh, E. Unruh, M. Grego, M. Marcello, W. Odean. Row 2: P. De Grado, R. Hannemann, R. Wright, M. Pohlman, R. Mueller, S. Schulze. H. Frye, R. Chamberlain. Center Picture At piano: W. Van Tuyl, melody trio, N. Sackrison, salon trio. Seated: A. Kalenian, melody trio, M. Iohnson, salon trio. Standing: B. Diephouse tstand-in for C. Blomquistl, melody trio, I. Pader, salon trio. Bottom Picture Quartet: R. Salach, D. Iohnson, A. Kalcnian, B. Diephouse. 9 130 vin The Th tang in Nappa, Song Uoice C7444 Every Monday beautiful lyric voices and deep bass tones emanate from Room 128 where Mrs. Gross conducts classes in voice culture Why dont you stop in and arrange to slqn up with the class for next semester? Youll find the work interesting and well worth your while Outstanding workz V. DiMatteo W. Dclean, Counihan, C. Lauer Mrs. Gross, Instructor. Row l: L. Holcomb, E. Woodside S. Smith, H. Essers. Row 2: B Walsh, L. Lansing, G. Geske, E Rybinski, R. Nygren. Row 3: B Anderson, I. Hendry R. Wood, L Giovanetti, E. Streder, I. Steffen- sen, N. Maddalone. Row 4: D Menze, R. Drago, B. Smetters, M Dixon, D. Boyd, M. Otto, W Odean, R. Todaro, R. Keil, R Lauer, L. Netterstrom, L. Leone T. Morrison. Row 1: H. Magad, M. Rusin, I Eudeikis, V. DiMatteo. At piano B. Bresnahan. C. DeMarco, P Mogge. Row 2: G. Bubien, N Fucciolo, V. Iohnson, E. Zahn, R Gigante, M. Rohlmann, W. Mar- tens, G. Krum, E. Stieb, K. Hefner I. Wharton, C. Lauer, Mrs. Gross G. Grempke, Counihan, R. Boya- jian. Row 3: D. Funk, L. Schill- ing, D. Hochbaum, I. Frisk, M Iohnson. f Ylaeik beep lv e 02 Il!qAic Come fiut Grouped about the piano is Steinmetz Fine Arts Guild. truly great music lovers. Below them. all ready to perform for you, is the Concert Orchestra, a club small in number hut oh. hom choice! ?ine New guild Upper Picture At piano: A. Garippo, A. VVelcher. N. Wolodkiii. Row lr G. Fiorda, S. Berndt. C. Blom- quist. A. Kalenian, W. Van Tuyl. B. Diephouse, L. Youngren, M. Provenzano, li. Zahn, V. Di Matteo, H. Kroeker. Row 2: M. Grego, B. Whitney, D. Clouston, Counihan, W. Odean, Eudcikis. P. Lucas, P. Colfax, T. Pethes. L. Druss, Row 3: E. Willizatns, I. Neal, D, Mzizukelli. Cvnceet Kqnd Lower Picture Row 1: I. Pader, G. Andrix, B. Kleckner, P. Lucas, B. Volant, M. Boras, R. Farina, E. Purcell. Row 2: B. Reuhs, C. De Marco. E. Marcclletti, P. Deyneka, S. Holmes, P. Wood- worth, A. Kalenian, D. Iohnson, E. Streder, R. Kandler, Row 3: R. Schune, Mr. Groom. D. Scheuer, I. D'Amico, V. Scardina, Mall. W. Gehring, P. Griffith, A. Hennig. A. Lippi M. Bevan. IJ! Thea, e Zlnbvunded Set ice Each division in the school has its representative in the Red Cross Club. All matters pertaining to the Red Cross work are brought back to the division by these representatives. Delegates are chosen to attend the central meetings to bring back information to the school. Miss Gertrude O'Connor is the enthumasdc sponson Row l: Ruoti, L. Gerali, G. Eigenhauser. R Terracina, D. Marinelli, E. Schleehauf, R. Miller Row 2: M. Klafta, I. Valentino, L. Zdziabek L. Ohlander, C. Rolfs, A. Tresselt, I. Blendow Row 3: P. Klenk, I. Leiber. I. Studhalter Bishop, M. Richter, S. Iewell, L. Pinkham Waska, D. Trasatti, B. Kluch, F. Sarnaski, Carmata. Row 4: B. Morris, D. Kuester Todaro. D. Fedro. D. Brenny, B. Kresch, Mosby, L. Grzegorzek, A. Bruggemann, Swanson, E. Scarpelli. E. Leineweber. CAZFUIPIPU Fflro Row l: M. Kuebel, H. Gast, D. La Mont, Scherer, C. Tiritilli, M. McBride, G. Fletter. Predny, M. Markovitch. Row 2: M. Hanson L. Borchelt, T. Bosek, C. Di Leonardi, B. Allen M. Pilch, S. Marsiglia, G. Grempke, Mace, G. Filipowski, S. MCMenamin, E. Marino, G Houdek, L. Iensen, Miss G. O'Connor. Row 3 A. Barcal, l. Palenik, M. Follmann, R. Willert I. Wiggin, D. Zilker, B. Iedlick, B. Norris, N Aronfeld, Kvalvog, R. Maier, D. Tamburino Cv. Wendt. Habel, L. Lunclgren, H. Ross, B Swiontek, G. Kelle. OFFICERS AND DELEGATES dent. Row 2: M. McBride, President: I. Habel Secretary: D. Zieker, A. Witt, L. Pinkhan Row 3: R. Maier, B. Morris, C. Tiritilli, P Scherer. Row 1: F. Saranaski, N. Aronfeld, Vice Presi- fxecq tive 50454 Committee Mrs. H. Swideek, Mrs. G. Steneel Miss L. Bergh, Mrs. G. Mueller President. Mrs. S. Diephouse, Mrs. I. Cross. Mrs. L. Netterstrom. Cluritmqn 4nd 50494 lllem6eeA Row 1: Mrs. H. Swideck. Mrs. G. Steneel. Miss L. Bergh. Mr. M. Fitz- gerald, Mrs. G. Mueller, Mrs. S. Diephouse, Mrs. Cross, Mrs. L. Nettlestrom. Row 2: Mrs. H. Niel- sen, Mrs. C. llerchuk, Mrs. R. Wiebkirig, Mrs. R. Angerhofer, Mrs. I. Amundsen, Mrs. E. Budde. Mrs. E. Suckrison, Mrs. M. Mndor. Mrs. McCarthy. Mrs. Mit- ricker. Mrs. R. Lucas. Mrs. N. Olsen, Mrs, B. Wzitkiiis, Mrs. G. Bengtson. Mrs. F. Bollmauin. At the Side: Mrs. E. Hayden, Mrs. A. Talvrahain, Mrs. E. Edwards, Mrs. M. Hartnett. motleeu of 7eeneeA Wqnt to He? The P.T.A. is always ready to answer the call of Steinmetz. Their meetings are interesting and beneficial to mothers. Every mother should strive to become El member and attend the meetings. They help to draw the school closer to the home. Mrs. Broiustedt, Mrs. Tfildrulmiii, Mrs. Diep- house. Mr. liitzgeruld, Mrs. Mueller, Mrs. Nlecurthy. 710 P vmpting in the Hudience, Plame Mrs. Lorraine Haas has sponsored the Green Curtain Players for the past two years. She is always looking for talent, especially among the boys. If you have a special dramatic bend join the Green Curtain Players to get it straightened out. You'll find the work entertaining and educational. Meet- ings are held twice each month. Cificers Vice President, A. Witt: Treasurer, M. Shumicki: Secretary, E. Iohn- son: President, K. Hefner. Row l: H. Magad, R. Gigante, E Marshall, B. Ramat. Row 2: M Rusin, M. Provenzano, D. Tam- burino, O. Herdemann, R. Meyer M. Miller. Row 3: C. Pritchard, K. Hefner, G. Fletter, M. Shumicki H. Iacobson. Row 4: S. Schulze, R. LeBlanc, C. Battista, R. Muc- zynski, M. Bjork, I. Mroz. Row 5: Mrs. Haas, A. Stjernberg, I. Eud eikis, A. Witt, C. Nielsen. K. Hefner, M. Bjork, I. Eudeikis R. Gigante fbroadcasting the life of Charles P. Steinmetzl. R. Gigante R. Muczyriski A. Witt Mr. D. Peltz, Miss Donita Watts, M. Bjork, Eudeikis, R. Muc- zynski, R. Gigante, K. Hefner, C. Pritchard. The Ilti time 14 Ae?tA ju Ei hu They go from the ridiculous to the sublime, "Pop Reads a Christmas Carol" touched the "teeners" funny bone. The broad- cast on the life of Charles P. Steinmetz swept them back into a serious mood again. All are looking forward to their Iune production. They say it's Hout of this world." Row 1: B. Houlberg, Miss Boller, E. Kugler, C. Majewski, L. Kurpias. C. Gutberlet. Row 2: L. Kreuz, C. Lancione, G. Moscinski, M. Seneke, I. Leiper, L. Hataj, M. Richter, G. Fiorda, N. Klein, B. Ebel, T. Fricano, D. Sztuk, P. Sztuk, M. Serio. Row 3: D. Gruber, E. Boudreau, E. Reininger, B. Norris, M. Dahl, R. Bubien D. Sadowski, B. Iacobsen, I. Slezak, N. Lagerholm, D. Geiger, W. Frey, R. Whaley, E. Rogers. T. Bock, R. Gigante, B. Rudolph, H. Padgett, L. Quartetti, E. Tipshus, E. Falkenstein, Row 4: I. Flindt, D. Eddy, A. Giorgi, N. Salat, G. Grempke, I. Laurenzi, S. Nielsen, E. johnson, N. Shelton, I. White, D. Dvorak, V. Prestler W. Burke, A. Favian, M. McBride, I. Koralik, M. Miller, V. Ritis, B. Bartolucci, L. Thompson, E. Glewicz, A. Witt, I. Anderson. P2o6lemA of C'onAidet46le Weigl Student Council This is an organization that is made up of two representatives from each division. They may be appointed by the division teacher or elected by the group. ln choosing the people to represent them, the students are always urged to select ones that are the most dependable, fair-minded and willing to assist at all of the meetings. The club has had a change of sponsor several times this year. Mr. Henry Weaver is in charge now and promises a great flow of activity. Officers at table: E. Kugler, President, C. Majewski, Vice President, L. Kurpias, Secretary, C. Gutberlet, Treasurer. Row 1: E. Marcelletti, S. Spielman, S. Saks, R. Menotti, D. Ritis, D. Hildebrand, E. Schmidt, C. Chiapetta, M. Casello. D. Fischer, A. Lepore. Row 2: C. Iohnson, L. Rocchi, B. Parks. R. Zdeb, D. Disney, R. Sanders, H. Sanders, R. Anderson, K. Knutsen. M. Bruns, R. Schultz, C. Cooper, P. Morrison. P. Grider, C. Bohn, S. Hodges, R. Faust. Row 3: V. Delohn, R. Wilson, L. Hanke, B. Kluch, P. Anderson, I. Castro, P. Pettenuzzo, D. Menze A. Harack, M. Wagner, B. Staikos, G. LaPointe, P. Anderson I. Forsyth, L. Penn V. Kaczorowski, D. Pipia. Come Ke we Them to Meet Ylaeifz ?4f6 Mr. Weaver, the new sponsor, has great plans for the Student Council. He hopes to conduct it on a broad democratic basis. Matters such as determining the number of service points for various duties about the school will be one of its major tasks. The Council hopes to work out a plan that will work smoothly and efficiently for conducting school elections. "lt really will take on new life and prove a positive aid to Steinmetzf' says its new leader. I I 915 A yllh to 74111 Hnvtlaek A Tongue A part of the time allotted for meetings is taken up with jolly social teas where very often French costumes and dances are featured. I e Cetcle ?t4nc4iA Upper Picture Row lz N. Fucciolo, R. Vartcbedian, C. Pcrrone. Row 2: G. Girasole, M. Vartebedian, H. Paloian. Row 3: H. Stenzel, R. Iulin, E. Brettner, M. Lippi, Z. Kachigian, Miss I, Sechler. lRight sidejz Row 1: V. Braun, L. Stjernberg, M. Pagliai. Row 2: S. Swanson, N. Tar- pinian, R. Boyajian, L. Leavitt, N. Salat. Row 3: B. Behr, R. Necler, R. Fiorclli, R. Parisoli. Zu Camataded Lower Picture Foregroundz I. Valentino. Row 1: G. De Matteo, L. Taylor, V. Michels, R. West, G. Kuhlemeier. Row 2: L. Boyajian, C. Teator, C. Palumbo, B. Perry, A. Barile, B. Ramat, V. Barton. Row 3: B. Rensner, E. Brettner, W. Broadhead, R. Scarpelli, R, Budacki, H. Wiegelrnan, Miss I. Sechler, Long. N. Nahabedian. idfzdent 14 mneu of 94-end: Cultute Z4 711210 de 114 Tvufvuw Fluff Haut French plays, songs and conversation in French are stressed in the bi monthly meeting of these happy folks They help on various school projects and give service on the many school drives Miss Irene Sechler who has made several trips to France, has many interesting things to tell She has been the sponsor for the past ten years Foreground: Miss I. Scchler Row l: H. VValsh, D. Fischer M. Trich, R, Cimino. Row 2 V. Packer, C. Bier, C. Maclor H. Nahahedian. Row 3: I. Coun- ihan. P. Bridwell, I. Shafer, T D'Andre, D. Strntz, L. David- son, E. Schaefer. Owens Row 4: Nyhus, L. Netter- stroni, L. Hillstroin, C. Martin Row l: B. Burnicr, C, Dc Marco. L. Iarinacz, I. Dr' Fiore, L. Old- liam, M. Arendt. Row 2: C. Ronda, R. Perzzin, E. Ulman, R. Kandlcr, D. Minerva, A. Gowdy, L. Qhlancler, E. Rhino, B. Hor- qzin, G. Galion, M. Fletcher, R. Ioncs. Row 3: S. Henriksen, L. Sikorski, M. Huff, N. Hjaltelin, Q. Sikita, R. Murphy, E, NVahhy, G. Niedcrmeycr, D. Doyon, E. Nicdernieyer, G. 'larte. IQU In the Spot light All members of the Latin classes belong to one of the many Latin clubs. Mrs. Hadley and Mrs. Crane are the sponsors. Latin plays, songs, read- ings, talks, records, broadcasts, slides and visits to the Art Institute and Museums, make up the year's calendar. The programs are interesting, educational and entertaining. Dr, Fitzgeralds birthday was celebrated in true Roman fashion when the birthday song was rendered in Latin as the club congregated around the birthday cake. Top Picture Row 1: E. Leali, Picerno, Ruoti, R. Schenk, L, Zawacki, G. Urban. Row 2: I. Grimm, H. Schrope, A. Sadowski, M. Zernoe, R. Ricci, D, Pomorini. Row 3: I. Blazek, M. Steven- son, Hendry, R. Simonian, M. Motykiewicz, C. Wiberg. Row 4: A. Bator, McBride, L. Iohns, P. Grider, L, Iohnson. V. Belcastcr, H. Eck, E. Collin, C. Nelson. Center Picture Foreground: L. Schilling. Row l: D. Glaesner, C. Chiapetta, S. Fiedorczyk. Row 2: Bjornestad, B. Kirchner, R. Nygren E. Stieb, M. Tavitian. Row 3: M. Iohnson, D. Cast, W Walczak, F. Kolinski, F. Folena, M, Garbark. Row 4: C Crepes, D. Potempa, P. Neder, H, Glatz, A. Ruschke, D Larson, A. Lippi, B. Briney. Standing: B. Ritchey. R. Darre B. Morris. Lower Picture Row l: P. Darbyshire, D. Cucka, B. Nicolas, Ludnian Row 2: Mason, S. Wisriiewski, R. Maxwell, N. Nielsen Row 3: W. Kohlin, D. Froehbrodt, I. Mueller, R. Trestrail Row 4: E. Reininger, W, Tylski, D. Schmidt, F. Santapa Row 5: D. Mikolajczyk, B, Domek, R. Demmicki. On side B. Kresch, L. Byloff, H. Paul. B. Hamilton, W. Stanger E. Scheunemann. Costume Picture N. Mitchell, A, lVlador. B, Reuks, H. Sanichas, G. Mador. C. Brnscn- back, E, Iohnson, R, Yusko. S Iohnson, G. Mason. D. Frochhrodt. R. Denmicki. X gk i . 4. uliqA 646.647 gow to Kqt The play. "Coriolanus," represents the type of work the club does. Every year, on or near December 17, the Saturnalia takes place. Ir is a gala event, and all Latin students look forward to it. Center Left Row 1: Billiat. R, Clark, D. Lidstroin, II. Robson, li. Oclegard, A, Woertz. Row 2: R, Carpenter, Syversen, R. Litawa, Bechard, G, Oliveto, Mnsland. Row 3z M. Otto, R. Clark. R. Godlewski. C. McLane. R. Carlson. Iohansen. M, Iohnson. Row 4: R. Pipia, M. Vasko, R. VVaters, R. Reinhofer, M, Hilstrom, I, Castronovo, On side: K. Mituhell, I. VVig1gen. Lower Left Row 1: D. Epstein, L, Karp, D. Nagel, C. Harrison, Row 2: li. Kaloustian. G. Snlolke, G. Horncwer. li. Oquist. li. Leineweber, lj. Shabez. Row 3: I. Signorili, Woodside, M, Mitchell. I. lsadore, C, Mangelsdor. Porter, G. Razgaitis. Row -1: R. Ander- sen, C. French. Di Nlarca, Boring, Seegert. H, Sxnitters. B. Staikas. Gildarski, C. Pahl. Lower Right Foreground: F. Shney. Row l: R. Hilstroni. R. Schultz. G. VVallace. Row 2: S. Neubauer, B. Burnside. D. Haas, C. Oslwerg, L. lfwalcl. Row 3: R. Miller, R. Todaro. I. Hahel, B. Meadoweroft. A. Giorgi, R. Rogers. I. Fairchild. Row 4: F. Olson, P. Nordheden. N, Seblom, VV. Iacohsen. R, Szwajkart, H. Bnrmeister. lf, Davidek. Standing: H. Nehergall. Brandvik, H, Martinsen s when 'lfvqng ?ol get Togetlaee fdelweiu Uetein Officers: R. Biowski, M. Koch, B. Oberhuber. R. Maier, A. Schlaufman. At table fseatedj: G. Meier, R. Biowski, E. Zahn, L. Hinderer, L. l-Iehn, M. Koch, B. Oberhuber, G. Kelle. Row 2 fstandinglz B. Hamrnang, K. Schoneboom, R. Maier, A. Schlaufman, R. Eichstaedt, O. I-lolmberg. D. Bartsch, Mrs. Fausel, E. Steigerwald. Rear: K. Gartner, L. Ramming, C. Schwenn, R. Bailey, D. Knudsen. Students of advanced German are eligible for this club which is sponsored by Mrs. Fausel. Annually its members are feted with a dance by the German club of Lane High School, and in return a Christmas party is given to the Lane boys. One of the main projects is making up Christmas boxes for the veterans at Vaughn General Hospital. Cakes and home made cookies are their specialties. 7101 4nd Sewice qv H4114 In Mind Klity C7116 This young group of people belong to the youngest German club. They are really an auxiliary to the other German clubs. They expect to conquer new worlds in new fields when they get started. Mrs. Lydia Fausel is their inspiration, and she is looking forward to doing things that will be of service to the school and the community. Let's keep our eyes on them. Standing: M. Zinner. Sgt.-ateArms: F. Engel. President: H. Nelson, Vice President. Seated: N. Sigle, Secretaryg N. Klein. Student Council Delegate: M. A. Richter, Student Council Delegate. Lower Left Picture Row lx M. Pilch, M. Mielk, D. Thiel, N. Siglc, A. Guttmann. Row 2: H. Graff, lf. Heidenreich. C. Voigt, A. Reinsch, M. Sounheim, B. Bauer, B. Konig. Rear: Mrs. Fausel, B. Azzato. I. Gehringer, C. Tietz, E. Ross, N. Edwards. Lower Right Picture Row l: M. Boettcher. N. Klein, G. Gross, D. Schullrr, I. Richards. Row 2: M. Richter, V. Ahlgrim, A. Wiegand, G. Carter. M. Kuebel, W. Brchmc, C. Gabriel. Rear: A. Vleck, K. Mohrman. I. Unruh. M. Zinnrr. Neumcr. I4 Thea, beatlq lv e 7711 Then 71417 e Zqnd F tx Mrs. Fausel: Row 1: I. Gerhard, D. Meier, E. Theml, R, ron Schwandt, R. Spitzer. Row 2: W. Brandl, W. Van Tuyl, M. Bartel, D. Hinderer, D. Hildebrand, B. Kluch, I. Dautel. C. Hamm, C. Biel, D. Hochbaum. D. Kroger, M. Ranft, Pfaflendorf. R. Ziegler. Row 3: I. Kelle, R. Holmes, N. Ballack, L. Tellschow, G. Kling, V Allen, N. Hempel, P. Hirz, L. Conn, I. Wandall, C. B , Schuetz, H. Kluch. Rear: 1. M3CKlHtOSh, D. McKoy, erger G. VonSchedler, Ballack, R. Brownlow, S. Prim. L. Haftl. Standing: D. Meier, Sgt.-at-Arms: R. Spitzer, Vice President: R. Schwandt, President. Seated: E. Theml, Treasurer: I. Gerhard, Secretary. Stein Uekein When Stein-Vereiners get together get the accent. Twice a month these energetic young people meet with their pleasant sponsor, Mrs. Lydia el, who directs their activities along a social service fun and friendships Faus line as well as one of sociability. They always look forward to the annual invitation to the Christmas dance l b s onsors for the Lane boys. that the senior German C u p 145 Stqtdq Stalwqit qnd Z 01,41 14714 711144, Polak C1146 The greatest feather in the cap of the Polish Club is the sale of War Bonds to the tune of some 253,000,000 The members con- tinue to have interest in our boys still overseas, whom they remember with cards and boxes at Christmas time. Their drive for Polish recreational and educational books enabled them to send many copies to Poland for their less fortunate people. Miss lean Bogowicz is their enthusiastic sponsor. Officers: President R. Gorajcwski, Vice President VV. Bicniak. Secretary D. Sztuk. Treasurer R. Miiczynski. Lower Picture Row l: L. Ziomek, G. Moscinski. P. Dzicdzic. LI. Wioch. P. Sumski, D. Sztuk, P. Sztuk, L. Blikowski fcostumel. Row 2: L. Wosik. H. Rachanski, W. Bieniak, D. Kusinski, E. Kordck, I. Krzton, L. Mroz. L, Kurpias, L. Katke, F. Sabala. H. Prokopowicz. Row 3: l, Zwierzyna, R. Grcbzisch, A. Barabas. M. Kulczyk, N. Wasik, H. Wzirchal, C. Matusiak. D. Lo Sasso. A. Harackiewicz, T. Iablonski, L. Wanat. L. Grcmpkc. Row 4: E. Covganka, C. Stern, I. Lawcewicz, R. Gorajewski, T. Szarek, R, Muczynski, I. Zimny. R. Korabik, G. Tamillo. Miss Bogowicz. Hema of Kath 14mef2ic4A Kem? In Zlni on The important idea in this club is to keep the fires of inter-American friendships aqlow Learning their language respecting their customs, and trading with them make for tolerance and love Miss Thorsson At table: I. Maloney, I. Sandri. Row lz R. Bradtke, Miss Thorsson, M. Ernest, G. Pedersen, B. Varous- akis, R. O'Brien, T. Tucker, R. Fredricksen, E. Iohnson, T. Schmidt, I. Mitchell. Row 2: W. Iedlick, R. Bouchard, R. Schune, D. Frzmkenberg, L. Brochocki, A. Beichman. Row 1: M. Frankenberg, H. Magad. D. Stelmach, A. Larson, H. Gast. P. Scherer, I. Iarva, A. Esayena. Giancola, E. Zubritzky. Row 2: M. Edwards, R. Luecltke, M. Han- ley, L. Iensen, D. Flint, D. Kroeker. Row 3: E. Gonska, I, Neal, B. Egncr, E. Pankewicz, H. Frankow- ski, M. Stenberg, V. McComb, D Saar. ban ti4nA Tqlee In tete t fn bi tant I qlq ben ti4nA Italian culture is stressed in this club. Their big work is bringing happiness to people by their service. Mrs. Taglia is the sponsor, and has been for the last ten years. Upper Right Row l: D. Mzirinclli. N. Attomziri. Licggi, Mrs. Tnglin. Row 2 G. Falzonc. A. Cannzita. M. Scrio. S. Litrcnta, F. Rossini, M. Picrini Row 3: M. Szintangclo, V. Pctrctti, A. Montccalvo, R. Caruso. T. Friczino. A. Colnvincenzo. Row 4: A. Icrfltzi. A. Mcnotti, R. Mzirdigzin T. Zunipano. A. Balznno. E. Bnldi. Row 5: Taglierc, A. Tcrinini V. Furlan. V. Olivcto, R. Tcrinini. Row 6: I. Dnininzito, Gianini A. Pettcnuzzo. A. Brizinski. Upper Left Row l: Gilibcrto. D. Snntilli. N. Altoinari. Row 2: G. Corrado. D. Di Stasio. E. rlllllllfill, M. Pczze. M. Mnlntizi. Row 3: M. Ciolino ll. Scardina. C. Bcvilacquzx. A. Bnccnro. M. Lockwood. M. Rzigo. Row 4: R. Polidziri. C. Rizzo. M. Knrcs, M. Cnrcio. M. Biondo, E. Arquilla. M. Pnrvlin. Row 5: F. Ponzo. U. Colombo, Arrnbito, L Persino. G. Modica. Row 6: C. Haut. Persino, B. Cntrarn, A. Gnllo I. Stranges. Row 7: P. Dc Grndo, S. Straninglin. A. Monnchcllo, P Sicuro. Pirtrnbon. R. Di Tomzisso. Lower Left Row l: N. Alto Mari. Scapes, L. Pnnkcr. P. Rizzo. Row 2: M Pesce. S. Sicnro, L. Mucci. R. Tcrracini, ll. lntvrdonzito, R. Clutch Row 3: M. Colombo. Aland. M. Coppola, L. Giovnnnctti, Seirinn R. Bracco. Row 4: R. Ciringionc. D. Assandro. ll. llcttcnnzzo, C Tiritilli. M. Arrigo. L. Totonc. Row 5: M. Mzintcll. B. Ciulln, D Corso, S. Straniziglin. R. Bracco. Row 6: Misiti, C. Ainadeo, I Di Puma. I. Losncco. A. Sansone. Row 7: B. Pncini. R. Cnsnti, I Oliveto. L. Giovannelli. lernimo. Pcllicioni, Di Tardi. Row 8 P. Rizzo. R. Fnccnda. Fcrrarini, Fiore. Flynn. . 147 48 Spalding germ in Steinmet Setting bndqnellu Row lz B. Diephouse, H. Magad G. Moszinski, A. Larson. E. Ratsch Row 2: C. Mueller, D. Sztuk, M Quilico, E. Unruh, G. Fletter, B Ebel, P. Kurth. B. Zimmerman Row 3: C. Wilson, E. Theml, R Biowski, M. Dray, E. Haack, H Wzlrchal, W. Bieniak. Officers: D. Schultz, President: M Quilico, Sergeant-at-Arms: M Rusin. Treasurer: M. Shumicki Vice President: C. Swezey, Secre tary. Row 1: T Schmidt D Ste fold I. l'l1ndt, R. Luedtke sen, l-label, M. Keske. Shumicki. Row 3: S. Schu E. Sackrison, E. Marino, Scheuer, R. Le Blanc, L. Stu fauth, E. Fzilkenstein, G. H nett, M. Bjork. . Krzlon, S. Marsh. Row 2. Taylor, Ray, H. Ross, S. N1 Sqft of the fqitln Row lz M. Rusin. L. Bailey, V. Petretti. E. Schnei- der, M. Pivarci, B. Christensen. Row 2: R Troesken, L. Strai, V. Fuhrman. Row 3: D. Minerva, M. Helgren, M. Maka, B. Bresnahan. Row 4: D. Schultz, M. Parlatore, R. Vernon Row 5: M. Ambrosine, D. Higgins, B. Rebscher. Row 1: H. Schlenker, C. Bnttista. Miss Kilburn. Row 2: V. Matcja. L. Mroz, M. Edwards, M, Danna, A. Garippo, C. Paoli. Row 3: I. Pinna, N. Maiers, L. Zawiski, M. Nicolosi, L. Netrefa. Row 1: L. VVeismantel, E. Marshall, Iorpclund. I. Mroz. Row 2: C. Swezcy, M. Schluensen, T. Tucker, I. White, A. Stjernberg. Row 3: M. Mark- ovitch, R. Termini, R. Gilke, B. Leschmann, B. Rudolph, T. Kurzer. Row 4: V. Ritus, R. Bradtke, I. Hansen, I. Roclway. Staff veA '774?tqing" to Spvmoklf Home ff-ilVf7i lt, Hope Gast, Phyllis Conforti, Philip Sicuro come along at the same time. Phil pulls the knocker. Silva Stmk This issue contains 635 graduate portraits, 400 special pictures, at least 7500 names, 635 senior captions, and about 200 articles. Qrganizing, writing, checking several times, proofreading and finally distributing 2100 copies to the student body is only half of the work attached to the production of a yearbook. Add to this the collecting of all the money from the various sources to finance the book and you have a true picture of the magnitude of the job. lt could not have been done without the con- certed effort of faculty, sponsor, staff, student body, photographer, engraver, printer, and cover man. We extend to all our hearty thanks. Y r ' vt '24 little 7IvnAenAe Wow and Then, "etc, Siiuee Stewie Left Pictures lVluric Sliumicki, lfditor: Siimli Nlzursigliii. co-lfditor: Miss Cntlmriiic Ltiiidriqmi. Sponsor .tml Hostess. Lower Left: On stairs: MtlI'llB'll lVlzirl:ux'itcl1. Ami lVlaicclmtclli. At side: l.oi'r.iiiic Ziiwiski. Right Pictures Upper Right: Doris Sulwiivr. Gt-mldinv Nlviicoiii, lit-lt-it Frzmkowski. l,OI'I'2llIlC Urso. Center Right: Mrs. Roy Sulvni. Ht-lon Iuuolvscn. Ch-mldinc Hartnett, lfstlicr lluiikivwicz. Shir- ley Nielson, Bcrnicc Tctigcrstroiii. Serving: lVlnric Sliuiuiclci, Surah MkiI'SlQIllLl, Circle: Stirtili Nlursigliu. l0SL'PlllllC 'l'.1ti licrv. Ruth l-vPmluiic, lidytllc Szickrisoii, wx X... x 'CA 1 K 2 'I ,s.N.W, . fxtwl fxtfzql fem! 1411 Moat It! Star workers' life is difficult. Getting news ready in time to meet deadlines is not easy. The paper is evaluated by the N.S.P.A. from which it derives worthwhile criticism. Miss Feely handles the money from Civic Ticket sales, a part of which is used for Star subscriptions. Miss Borg is in charge of the literary part. Stn-eepofzteu Row l: R. Gi ante, Z. Kachigian, I. Palenik, C g . Swezey, M. Kopfer, N. Henry, D. Crestani. Row 2: E. Spann, E. Zahn, B. Ramat, B. Felke, Pontone, I. Taylor, R. Mueller, I. Benson, E. Marshall, K. Hefner. I. Watson, E. Volker. Kwineu Stqff Row 1: L. Sistak, H. Iohnson, R. LeBlanc, I. Mat- tioli, M. Finlayson. Row 2: I. Mroz, E. Sackrison, A. Bachman, V. VVoodward, A. Stjernberg. Civic 'Hcleet Salumen Row 1: S. Powers, E. Spann, R. Palazzotto, L Griner, B. Diephouse, A. Stjernberg, W. Barker Row 2: I. Long, S. Marsh, M. Seneke, B. Loughlin N. Henry, P. Robson. Row 3: A. Bitterman, R Termini, A. Miller, B. Ramagnano, G. Meyer, C Kacheris. Row 4: R. Clark, Brosighini, E. Fal- kenstein, M. Stenberg, L. Schwabe. Row 5: E. Boyer, C. Bohm, H. Frye, M. Helgren, M. Dray, A. Shoard. fits .. wa ...M it 71, W5 wi ,... ini U .TZ.4.mQ"g4..z wr F' 0 2 Wiltsie Vid" al to :wing aww' ww STAR -gvklr by 'twins Cn of Bhmhgq Manu: Avenue Illlth A arms It Cfmr' Chew C1115 2 d i' P' S n T' Kumro. Sifllggliller. . W ' TWP' ' ld, bl! C b Q-F3 Aonfe Ar ra ,inn K, Vcgqf 015. Iedhckv N. Iileumer Nofdh' - OHOYO' 15. I- I. 1, Casg Kumro QCOHSU U D. Syn' ROW ' . su ' - 1 ', , . QCOH IS' Rc1nu15JFfE. Skchavf Egger, IEYR. Lirrawa' lgfrgnkyv I- Raysplb' b Eokrausffldf' A' MK High . Cmmsm 24. Ii 0' L. Ethier N N a nm- cfm. mfr. sms.. sum :Alfa kfdvftigiq, ,M rw., A Ihr. ADYLUOU-8 lmvbi wa. xwmpaz nzorml. sChzol,As'rrC rica-is Axsowarzosv QUILL AND SQTROLL, . 3 EDITORIAL STAFF 5 l4.sm.-nw: . .. K g,,.,,,,,, qfmwm, Q Nw- num.. ,, .,., , ........June wr-.r1.,w Fawn Baum. Wlqfnf. Bin-rieltia, lan-an PHAM. Wm, unter. .. Gqri kuwhmernf. R., I1 fm Gifia' Sum Iam, ..,,.., .. . mm., v 9 fkgum- .. ,nn Q lf.. s""w.,.'- Miha . Julia Aww, mm wa umm 91,7-NNPI1, . ,, Sisryfliwvldrkfidq 'vi-In Bmw! nw,-m cam.-ra.m. Fuzzy zen.. mfmuffn u""lf4f - - .Aww wuz' su Phvqnnsy 1-mn ,...,A ., .Jwbqfe 0 i lx sq.-mf.. n....Q.l-Q.k5l, K' 'L xv sn -Yifch .Marllxrei Kvpfer ns .I , vm mmm., . Em, Mxrduui. :mu Huw. cfm. awed,- :..1.,.,a, .swf -fx.,-sw, ,mm p.,m,,,,,., m v..n.,-f mb tiirzfmu- .wk Whiwn. Bob M.-ff.-r, Mm H.-Jw, mm Zahn. RUSINE aww. SS STAFF H ""'-IW' Y +i,.Mv. ...NJ n u. Aivmniug Stall: Virzmin Wnodnrd. Grille Fitz' hem. Turku, Hmm kwuq sqm' anna. mln- Pam, Adffmn. Sqiwnlkre, Bum, swf. riow.. Jw, Ama. Jam Tulum, Jun Pmmh, lhmn ranlnmu, Wah Sakura. Ina-. Sur: nn. rpm.. hwwh, Pm-wg.. mu Dm-shmrq vt-yn-in Ivminl-,gt nm 1, Web, Suu-Hu.. Aww B., lwvphfna Ruby. huh. Eurasian' fditvifffl fwff N ' B' Zim- d I Mattioliv C,tgdRauChcn- Seate : . Oberhu cr' ' Garter. merman? anon' Row 2g3.El:bCChi"i' 201283. LarS0n'1I.liEi:?4 R. Bubivn- I El ' 0 ' ' . hv M. R- CEIHISC i t n, In circle: Ivan Whlro E deikis' k. Cgrown Woodcoc eciallY fascinating to This Club' esinqest club. They , o . . 0 boys, lids: Tournaments IXlthBradley Qihojis in the near futltllrcilv Mr. Andef' was its first Sponsor' son has charge' lee Cog Tluqt Keep the money Eel ing qniot Sewice Miss Mary Collopy enjoys supervising these young girls in organizing sales campaigns for the selling of tickets for various activities about the school. They spend much time counting the returns and tabulating the results. It is not only interesting work, but educational, also. Upper Picture Row 1: B. Field, C. Di Leonardi, D. Daley, M. Weihsmantel, L. Harrison. Row 2: B. Palazzo, I. Bowman, I. Ringlund, B. Schaffer, A. Lippi. Row 3: M. Richter, D. Hansen, H. Iasinski, A. Wiegand, P. Neder. L t E. Bartelsmeier. On the side: S. Spielman, Catalan, N. Sigle, Row 4: B. Bauer, A. Bachman, E. De ae , P. Morrison, A. Stritzel, R. Paule. Lower Picture, Left Row 1: M. Klein, A. Karlowicz, I. Friede, G. Fiorda, I. Raimondi. Row 2: I. Counihan, L. Willis, C. Brusenbach, C. Glasser, L. Youngren. Row 3: R. Giancola, V. Belcaster, D. Thiel, E. Iohnson, A. Ruschke E G or e, D. Geiger. On the side: E. Mucha, M. Levandoski, P Row 4: I. Unruh. H. Frye, I. larva, . e g Lucas, I. McBride, N. Klein, R. Reinel. Miss Collopy. Lower Right fofficersj Officers: President, D. Geiger: Secretary, P. Lucas: Vice President, C. Brusenback: C. Di Leonardi. SER VICE F H if F .. A Pix he Qu4MA'?4mvuA I4 f Wm! 'Wa A. P mme" N411 9114244 Hall Guards have to be especially alert these days with so many visitors about the school. Their job is a big one, and much appreciation is due them. A good hall guard system is a definite asset to any high school. Keep up the good work, "buddies", you're doing a fine piece of important service. Lower Right Row 1: D. Ohman, M. White, Mr. Koch, M. Pesce, B. Christopher. Row 2: A. Matrasek, C. Kuhlemeier, I. Ostrowski, G. Hornewer, E. Weston. Row 3: L. Wosik. M. Mitchell, B. Frostenson, E. Fege, M. Stenke, I. Neal. Row 4: C. Spencer, M. Stacey, D. Calwas, D. Sackrison, P. Robson, E. Priest. Row 5: N. Dennstedt. A. Krischke, Wittenberg, S. Hartig, G. Hofer. Row 6: Kreuz. R. Berg, E. Smith, C. Bohn, R. Adams. Row 7: I. Martyn, D. Heckl, G. Menconi, D. Gruber, S. Lovendahl. Lower Left Row 1: M. La Voy. M. Pagliai. E. Leali, L. Paul, G. Modica. Row 2: W. Lenz, R. Litawa, G. Held, A. Kalomiris, D. Isaachsen, B. Hasselberger. Row 3: D. Pedersen, L. Porter, I. Williams, M. Milkowski, L. Stjernberg, L. La Mont, Row 4: V. Nelson. E. Pollman, L. Nelson, B. Lindquist, G. Allen. Row 5: A. Garzonetti, D. Nelson, C. Renda, I. Cassin, I. Larson. Row 6z R. Leahy, I. Hochbaum, I. Farley, I. Dubrovin, D. Leitgeb. Row 7: R. Schuldes, K. Simonsen, H. Stair, L. Wronke, C. Collins. 1' 6 Thea, e bitt the 'Kf2uAla- Clean-71,4 6106 The duty of this organization is to take charge of the clean-up campaign in the Steinmetz community during clean-up week. They work up enthusiasm by giving speeches, composing jingles, making posters. Thus they pep up their classmates who, in turn, are asked to bring the message home to their families so that they will help, too. Mr, Chidester is the sponsor and is looking forward to a spic-span neighborhood after the campaign. Row 1: M. Rusin, P. Burke. Row 2: H. Gast, A. Korber, I. Lieske, B. Anderson, D. Smith. Row 3: T. Graczyk, T. Tucker, R. Fredrickson, R. Meyer, R. Herring. D. Gast, B. Quirk, B. Thommes, M. Dill. Row 4: Mr. Chidester, G. Olszowka, C. Renda, R. Gigante, R. Sadowski, I. Habel, C. Martin, D. Tunison, R. Rosenfeld, C. Kellinger, B. Sharapata, W. Burke, N. Mitchell, Foreground: I. Mroz. Row 1: A. Stjern- berg, A, Anderson, Valiquet. Row 2: M. Stelecker, R. Marino, C. Hamm, I. Theisen, B. Miller. Row 3: D. Garb, Cassle, F. Reale, T. Falzone, I. Flindt, I. Wiggen, L. Iensen. Row 4: B. Quirk, B. Thommes, C. Haut, R. Werlek, Busa, R. Browski, L. Hartmann, I. Ranpola, V. Nelson, D. Kelly. Ibl Steqdq Stamp Selleu Keep Selling Upper Picture Row lx M. Smith, I. Waltemade, B. Iensen, E. Fechner, L. Rocchi, I. Fortman, D. Hildebrand, I. Dautel, R. Lockwood, I. Palazzo, L. Larsen, I. Ruoti C. French. Row 2: V. Belcaster. P. Anderson, D. Woods, I. Anderson, Forsyth, M. Stacey, R. Nehrkorn, I. Theisen. M. Kohler. E. Streder, C. Burmeister, E. Tarpinian. Row 3: C. Laws, A. Sindelar, Erickson, L. Maurit, C. Cooper, E. Baldassin, P. Morrison, R. Wrobel, R. Schultz, D. Mittricker. R. Nygren. L. Ohlanda. Row 4: R. Ziegler, E. Norling, R. Galitz, R. Roberts, Slezak, Miss Berg. Lower Picture Row l: B. Hausing, D. Hanlon, M. Kuebel, D. Dowling. A. Witt, E. Kugler, I. Krzton, V. Petretti. Z. Kachigian, M. Frankenberg, B. Reuhs, N. Fucciolo. Row 2: I. Ancona, L. Taylor, H. Paule, A. Amundsen. R. LeBlanc. M. Markovitch, M. Ernest, I. Tagliere, C. Brusenbach. I. McBride, L. Harrison, G. Grempke. Row 3: W. Martens, B. Schaefer, L. Lucia, R. Vernon, H. Geatz, L. Iohnson, C. Paynter, D. Kirchoff, D. Zeke, M. Follmann, R. Willert, L. Becker. G. Wendt. Row 4: R. Gigante, N. Aronfeld, I. Farwig. D. Donegan. E. Rogers, R. Salach, F. Smetters, V. McComb, I. Neal, D. Heckl, S. Schulze, C. Wilson, I. Wharton. ln war time, Minute Men asked all to buy bonds and stamps for victoryg now they urge us to keep buying to save for future needs. "The habit of saving has been formed," say they, "why not continue it and keep the wolf away from the door?" Ktmnq Keqleet Kkeqlee A he if 4nd 'Wtvm " Mr acob Ferdman inspires this group of young scientists to further their study in chemistry Their interest is fastened here upon what might be a miniature atomic bomb performance The club makes attractive chemical Christmas tree Upper Left Picture Officers: I, Sanclri. S, Schultz, R. Kathan, li. Patton. Upper Picture Row l: S. Schultz, M. Nlarkovitch, R. Reinel. Row 2: R Durante, B. Rudolph, K. Vcggeberg. Row 3: R. Keller, B Domek. At the side: W. Kaczmarek, R. Shannon, M. Dray B. Ebel, F, Tirpitz, I. Castronovo. Lower Picture Row 1: Rayspis, H. Iacobson, E. Sackrison, V. Mateia, S Sonneman, R. Froberg, C. Paoli. Row 2: Slezak, H Wiegelman, W. Grembc-r, Sandri, Kowalski. Row 3 Mr. Ferdman, R. Kathan. R. Salach, R. Carson, F. Patton Left Side: M. Markovitch, Treas urcr, W. Crane, Ncumcr, A Iohnson, Sandri, President, V Wolff. Right Side: E. Rciningcr sor f not photogrnphcdl. Slide Kale qnd bmmq meet the fqe Kneeling: F. Zapatka, L. Weis- inantel, E. Snyder, R. West, R. Bradtke. V, Ritis. L. Bator. At table: Benson, T. Vanderslice, S. Fiducci, T. Bock. Row 3: D. Newlon, E. Stancich, B. Perry, M. McBride, E. Sackrison, Miss Con- soer, L. Scott. B. Rudolph, R. Biow- ski, H. Frye, D, Delnick, R. Gi- gante. Row 4: B. Muczynski, B. Colantonio, B. Stadnik, F. Folena, A. Matanky, G. Hahn, G. Becksted. lliqtln C' 146 This group liked their math so much that even though their sponsor could not take charge of them this semester, they managed to hold the club intact, meeting by them- selves until Miss Rehm could take over. 144 We Zilze it To stimulate interest in the literary field is the purpose of this Club. Many interesting programs are featured by them. They were the ones who sponsored the Hansel 51 Gretel Marionette show. Miss Consoer advises them. I. Castronova, S. Schultz, Secre- tary, B. Domek. Miss Rchm. Spon- Kool: Kattlem libueq Seventy-five student helpers aid in the circulation of 150 books daily. About 500 pupils use it each clay. 9000 vol' umes fill its walls. Students in this club learn about library work as a profession and receive practical training in the work. The boys do the heavier work of hauling the books back and forth and sometimes they can't resist taking a peek. Mrs. Dibelka is their sponsor. Upper Picture Seated: E. Williams, L. Zalent, R. Le Blanc. N. Satford, P. Olsen, I. Scalzitti, Row 2: M. Otto, B. Iahnke, W. Brodd, C. Cooper, L. Boettcher, Lasiewicz, L. Anderson, L. Schroer, P. Kennedy. G. Sherwin, I. Bjornestad, M. Fletcher. Row 3: B. Perry, H. Glatz, D. Fleck, V. Sass, A. Bauschke, M. Kulczyk, D. Hoch- baum. Center Picture On the floor: H. Miller, Mason, Leiper, R. Clark. Center row: F. Fugle, R. Clark, S. Har- tig, F. Hempel, P. Nordheden, Mrs. Carlson. Top row: I. Neumer, R. Korabek. F. Folena. W. Elke. Lower Picture Row lx Picerno, D. Bollmann, B. Field, B Ebel, R. Giancola, B. Kleckner. Row 2: A Smietana, I. Meyer, V. Belcaster, A. La Paglia R. Herring, B. Ebel, L. Petersen. Row 3: Mrs Dibelka, I. Valiquet, M. Benedetto, T. Bengt- son, R. D'Alessandro, I. Castro, L. Stuhlfauth P. Neder, M. Hunt. Sigma Quad Row l: G. Bubien, I. Eudeikis, I. Sandri, I. Szczeblowski, I. Castronovo. I. Madej, A. Bitterman, L. Stamper, R. Tune, W. Burke. Row 2: P. Cushing, W. Burkhardt, A. Moscinski. R. Marx. R. Pease. R. La Cost, D. Abrahamson, A. Chiaruttini, Kowalski, R. Scurto. Row 3: M. Cieszki, W. Frey, W. Schuster, R. Gigante, C. Majewski, R. Bubien, D. Fiducci, Peterson, V. Wolff. I. Brod fstandingj. Row 4: R. Carson, I. Hansen, D. Donegan, G. Olszowka, I. Terry, R. Kathan, G. Fialco, R. Fialco Row 5: R. Goulden, H. Hamm, R. Gorajewski, R. Shuldes. C. Gutberlet, E. Skehan, R. Salach, V. Buhrke. l. La Berg, R. Keller. Willing Woklee A 14 be fqget to Set e Quad boys discuss important matters about the school. They are very fond of their captain, Mr. Iames Downey, who has their interest at heart at all times. Visual Education members operate and care for school movie machines. Mr. Frank Frelich is the leader. Uimldl fducation Row 1: 'B. Azzato. S. Rautenburg. L Stamper, C. Smith. Row 2: D. Polcy Mr. Frelich. D. Nordboe, M. Boock. M Gaus, C. Tictz. Kam, little bkvneef 14nAwet Uffice C4114 Uffice Sewice Miss Orpha Rompf is proud of her girls who so willingly help out in the main office. in the adjustment oflfice and as secretaries to teachers on days that are unusually crowded with clerical work. Upper Left Row I: L. Carollo, I. Palazzo, D. Cross, A. Temple. C. Christopherson, R. Palazzotto. Row 2: I. Grimm, R. Lockwood, I. McBride, C. Brusenbach, I. Castro, A. Bonavolant, M. Seneke, I. Boston, E. Baldassini. Row 3: M. Coppola, D. Scheuer, E. Marino. E. Unruh, M. Richter, I. Anderson, C. Glasser. Row 4: D. Fleck, S. Marsh, G. Hartnett. Upper Right Row l: G. Smolke, A. De Hey, R. Nebrkorn, R. Rode, R. Giancola. G. Geske, I. Horne, I. Anton- son. Row 2: G. Durinski, G. Iernegan, S. Spousta, B. Polace, M. Liszeo, R. Zdeb, L. Hartmann, L. Maurit, P. Olsen, P. Morrison, A. Morberg. Row 3: M. Carlson, B. Lunclahl, L. Porter. Officers: S. Marsh. President: G. Iernegan, Secretary: G. Hartnett, Treasurer, E. Marino, Vice President. Lower Right Row l: L. Montori, M. Galluzzo, L. Blackowski, E. Kordek, lsadore. Row 2: L. Stuhlfauth, l. Garber, G. Eagan, D. Newlon, B. Staikos, W. Lenz. Row 3: P. Anderson, M. Hedges. G. Con- verse. V. Belcaster. M. Otto, R. Willert, S. Berndt, C. Wilson, B. Hollabaugh. 163 Red lJe4dA lllqlee 4 good Stqge Setting g: M. Garbark, Booth. unders tco-chiefl, D. Rej- anding: R. James. R. Young, 7, Kosinski. On ladder: icn, Mr. Sheehan, H. llaulc Row l: C. Hamm, K. Veggeberg I. Zitkus. B. Varoiixakis. T. lfri cano, Nelson, Dautel. Row 2 D. Smith. 'l'. Craezyk, Lieggi, C Rolfs, M. Ernest, D. Higgins, M Stenherg, D. lirenny, L. Keller, li Rudolph, Row 3: Miss lilake. I Becker. M, Helgren. lf. Cumming M. Dahl. C. Wilsciii. D. Donegan R. Keller, H, Ross, Mr. Fitzgerald Mr. Herrick, Mr. Ramsey, L ander. Griseto, Cabot 70,24 These are the redheads of Steinmetz. Their sponsor is Miss Blake, lunch- room director, Their big task is keeping the scrap book up to date. Stqge Cm.: Silent workers behind the scenes bring out the best before the scenes. Mr. lohn Sheehan, recently returned G.l., is their director and advisor. 2 3 3 2 1 s Matthiessen, W. Burke, S. Alex- 4 Yfvqtla end KqAineAA 41 ft 0 ek ?ixit C016 During National Education Week the Fixit Club under the leadership of Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. Ramsey arranged a panel discussion with students and business men. The discussion was preceded by a luncheon alter which all adjourned to O'l'learn hall for the program. F. Scarpelli. At table: I. Slezak, Vice President Arms, Mr. Fitzgerald, M. Galluzzo M. Rusin, G. Bubien, I. Eudeikis nedy, S. Paloian. E. Tarpinian, E Kashul, I. Fletter, E. Marino, S Marsh, T. Tucker, A. Bitterman I. Koralik. Col. Lawrence Whiting, R. Gigante, Mr. George Mitchell, S. Schulze, R. Bute. C. Woodcock, I. Valentino, R. Gigante, President, I. Mroz, Sec- retary, R. Bubien, Sergeant-ab Standing: L. Weismantcl, I. Ken- Row l: XV. lVl.1cSwincy. R, Quirk. Mr. Hel'- iiclx Row 2: Brod, R. Carson. Row 3: D liinison, R. Rosenfeld. Row -1: D. Nolte, 1lfe72e glad to Zliflaee 911 Zend "go-getteu " Group l: M. Schuhhc. C. Mujcwski, Kennedy, Lawccwicz. Group 2: R. Gigantc, li. Marino, R. Nluczynski, Slezak, M. Rusin, Group 3: V. Buhrke. H. Stcfzmsky, R. Maier, S. Marsh. Group 4: R. Buhien, E. Falkenstcin. M. Nicolosi. H. Frzmkowski. Group 5: Mroz, V. Wolff, A. Stjernherg. D. Fiducci. In rear: R. Muczynski, D, Braid, Peterson, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Ramsey. ?ix-It Club Mr. Grover Ramsey has directed the club in its organization of the campaign for the purchase of War Bonds. The drive was a huge success due to their efforts. duemblq Zalueu These young men add atmosphere and style to our assemblies as they direct the prospective audience to their places. Ask Mr. Herrick about these boys. ik. Row 5: R. Scurto. Kumi 50:14 Heep Tlaingzf mv ing yd t Lunch-Room Police under the direction of Mr. Herrick, maintain order in the lunchroom. Fire Marshals with new badges and a new sponsor, Mr. Havlicek, keep us step- ping in the Fire Drill Parade. Zqnclr foam Fvlice Foreground: B. Nagy. Row 1: Bonelli, G. Mueller, W. Naviga' Row 2: P. Favia, W. Peterson, Bcnnish, E. Iones, G. Tonnesc R. Quirk. Row 3: D. Fiducci, Tunison, A. Nicolai, C. Vandi M. Zizzo, W. Mac Swiney, Slezak. Row 4: I. Brandvik, Maxwell, R. Koepple. ?i2e lll4QAlurlA Row lx N. Mitchell, D. Nolte, Majewski, W. Mac Swincy. Row F. Tirpitz, L. Stamper, C. Ste A, Miller, Castronovo, Sacco, F, Dikaki, V. Rizzo. Row R. Wright, I. Neunier, I. Higgi R. Hempcl, C. Renda, W. Bu hardt, R. Benisch, S. Stramaglia, Larson. Row 4: A. Rusin, Tsouchlos, W. Tanner, D. Sade ski, B. Beecroft, D. Cyrier, Chiaruttini, W. Burke, Ny Row 5: R. Scurto, Terry, K. R D. Tunison, R. Rosenfeld, Rogers. H. Stair, I. Rizzo, R. Qui Row 6: H. Kulish, R. Gorajew: V. Trella, Slezak, Watson, Fiducci, P. Favia. To Them foe the Ribbon of See ice Upper Picture Foreground: M. Isaacson lPresidentl. Row lz B. Tengerstrom fVice Presidentl, P. Kurth tlrensurerl, N. Schaffer fSecretaryl, M. Gatterdam, B. Zimmermann, M. Danna, C. Paoli. Row 2: E. Ratsch, C. Smith. C. Swezcy, D. Hanlon, L. Scavello, E. Tarpinian, E. Kashul, A. Rads, L. Kownlczyk, D. Russo, C. Di Cicco, V. Mateja. Row 3: D. Pedersen, D. Miller. L. Peterson, I. Liske, A. Zilu, B. Hnusing, L. McDorman. H. Iohnson, H. Kroeker, M. Ugorek, V. Berg, L. Whitney, M. Dill, M. Pecha. Lower Picture Foreground: M. Castrogiovanni, M. Galluzo. Row l: E. Marino, H. Pankiewicz, V. Kaloustia, V. Monson, L. Weismantel, V. Tyslan, B. Bartolucci, U. Wioch, M. Serio. Row 2: T. Gordon, G. Harte, D. Diduch, D. Dowling, L. Stuhlfowth, E. Ulman. Pinna. C. Paynter, S. Nielsen, L. Zimmer, M. Slusinski. L. Tichy, C. Nielsen. Row 3: Miss Vaughan, I. Rezab, B. Leschmann. G. Fletter, D. Eddy. H. Prokopowicz, H. Warchal, L. Brochocki, D. Ames, E. Hubner, A. Barrel, L. Borowski, G. Weiidt, E. Theml. M. Nicolosi. H. Frankowski, M. Schubbe, M. Milkowski, Mrs. Beach. S tein-S ten The pretty secretaries that you see helping with records, making sten- cils, mimeographing work sheets, typing letters, alphabetizing program cards, assisting with the files in the various offices, are no other than the members of the Stein-Sten club. Mrs. Isabel Beach and Miss Margaret Vaughan have sponsored this organization since its birth, seven years ago. 167 7e4 t you? fqetf on ?e ti e Qlvod Zuncla Zoom Lower Picture At Sandwich Table: Gertrude Schillo. Peggy Eckhart, Martha lacobsen. At Register: Florence Petrie. Emily Engahl. Upper Right Miss Blake. Manager of the Lunch Room, Steinmetz lunchroom is good. The attendants are cheerful and obligingg the food is appetizing and well selected, and the prices are in keeping with the times. lt is a pleasure for us "teeners" to eat in such a wholesome atmosphere. vw fagfli AE A ' S 5 eeneu be Some llivdeling Q M ..,. , 1 K ,A Q: x S A Q35 r u ' H. -. -1 ,MQ xx was will ,X x 'XTX x N' F- gr S' ,f 5 1, , , mi 2 3 K I 1 1, ,ng ' - b A X . - x I fix' ,Q . K ky ,xw-g31"fe-9 9 -' ----i 1 A NS s sg 5 iii:-1 Nfqul dgiyfs' ,. ' U fi K 3, ,... , . A , , , : ,kg-15: '- ,4 -42 4 ' K' A Lg Q NK NN X if iv X x "" Y Q Q 2 1 x Na E Si E1 ya SX Q. sr X , . , K w, Nm wg? 33 gi X ik N. K Q - ' f -I Wg W Yip N 'Q A . 1 1. K sg? xx QE Q an N1 " Q 1' XX 3 ff: S. Q if W xg x x U 1.0M 6 J Qu W . X J.. XJ u 'X n, a qu., u, ..fk.. No 1 ,o I.-.oa,,4,o n Q ' 0'n'. -' X XX fy. x Teeneu fqllq to Sell Peqce Kondgf Buying bonds and stamps in peacetime has a two-fold value. It helps our government to raise money to defray the cost of the war and secondly, it educates the public in the saving habit. Steinmetz student body as always, turn out in big numbers to make the drive a success. 171 l r A Steinmet Him the 55, 000, 000 lltqelz The large figure above was not reached without effort, you may be sure. To help us attain it, Phil Regan made an appearance on a school program and awarded bonds to the winners in the music contest. A part of the Olsen and Iohnson cast supplied some good laughs and Kay Kyser gave some splendid advice to the girls who interviewed him. Steinmetz has every reason to be proud of her bond selling record. Pqn-Nmekicqn bm, C'ele6k4ted in gm, ?4Alai0n During Pan-American week, Steinmetz halls and the civic room rang aloud with colorful posters done by members of our eflicient Art Depart- ment. Qur library, too, dressed up its shelves with books of truly Latin American flavor and the exhibition cases displayed much Spanish Hrealian which caught the eye of the passer-by. The Green Curtain Players put on a good show that was instructive and humorous, too. Members of Miss Faris Choir sang HChiapanecas" and the graceful senoritas with their festive frocks twisted and turned to the syncopated rhythm of the song which they did up with much pep and gusto. with C0102 ul PM tem qnd 'Klwwq " bkeAAeA The big Celebration fell on Friday, April ll, Pan-American Day, April 14, being on a Sunday. The whole affair was truly a program worthy of praise and long to be remembered. We are sure the hearts of our Pan-American brothers and sisters must have been beating in unison with ours on that gala day, Steinmetz salutes its "Amigos" south of the border. ' -" kv' ' -' rrr' z .gr ,. 14tlclet2.6 lllvl tlae Teen Ige Kodq ,"x 1 C'-Q - Nfw 2 X ,QL f ,x 5 1 ,V '. w .Y . .2 f K' . ' - l-'xii Q. . 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"lx ff- , K 'I , I ,,'.m, ., ..: x m5.,,gJS1gWfNk,WfW 4 , ,., . R -K 'Q' s PY 1Kf'Y-4"l,f t ' ii . , xiii fx ' .rv r R X 'Q hvinws fm W1 x ii . 1 V M- bf-nf H ,J-A . Q H wg y qt ' - X. 4' f Q H n xx fl, K my 1 ?':"A:qxAg3 M! . : P' Sl Eiga i is In ,si ggi ,Fx 3 f i 5, K pg .3-ww gi Q 1 wr '1 K Q-1 Q' sh, 2 n L, X X Bat, ,X N. 5-X nge-. dp ' 4 , A 3 'Li 1 , 1 k N xf R wM' TL1 wkmw i MMLNV 5 4 1 f - - -- - - -f., x - " X A, . ,'., I '.,.., X '71 ,... Q"-"I A2'- ' --" , - :SQI m n - 1 A. In " K ',.' Q ....,-'--' .-:,' - - ,... :-- - ! annum- Y - ' 4 , W1 1 N " 'fi' 4 ,,. wi. 'Ax f S512 N, Q -mx x ,, it Eg 34 5. ?oot64ll Row l: W. Baylian, W. Balk, H, Fieri, D. Holmes, R. Tune, E. Kapustka, R. Scharfe, R. Bielawa, D. Balinski, R. Ziekert. G. Modica, R. Sanger, N. Ballack. Row 2: B. Novak, I. Mitsch. D. Leusch, L. Pearson, Zitkus, R. Taylor, M. Ottaviano, R. Besserer, Ballack, P. Sicuro, C. Renda, H. Kull- mann, R. Murphy, D. Shepley, L. Iaacks. Row 3: L. Kos, G. Schanel, D. Maier, C. Lawdenski, W. Erichsen, H. Vinji, I. Bullock, R. Pearson, M. Zinner, D. Iankowski, H. Rix, M. Zizzo, W. Miller, R. Wilk, E. Hinz, R. Koepple, R. Spurlin, R. Wisher, G. Swegles, B. Nowak. With the elements seemingly pitted against it, thus hindering the speed of its fleet backs, Bob Koepple and Duane Sheplet, with the always present injury jinx hawk- ing the team more than usual, the Streaks managed to pull through the season with a good league record and two practice game defeats. Honors this season may be unquestionably bestowed upon Bob Spurlin, placing second in section scoring and capturing a berth on the all-city team besides his own section. Cheek Zeqdeu Row l: Olsen, M. Huff, B. Rzunat. B. Qbvrlnlbcr, D. Clouston. M. Rusin, A. Stjcrnbcrg Qundcr footl. Row 2: L. Phillips, M. Kopfer. I. Unruh, L. Mucci lwith megan- phonel, H. Robeck, C. Brusenbuch. R. Aromi. 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Q" Qigg f H i fffQ 3 M g,sxxgi wwk W gi .... b 3 5 1 Wggfwigw v sge iw ,A N, Q wr X X Q44 x. I ,N Hy ,QNZZ ' SESS iz.-sil k- i . my . ,W .Q Ax is QB , W Wino 541,44 7eene2A Hee 0 f Theft 544124. 'Chuck it Babe," cried the infield as on the mound a Steinmetz star faces those poor opposing teams. Yes, so far, and We know it will last, only one game has been lost. Bob Feller has nothing on Gil Allen, who pitched a no-run, no-hitter. Outfield, infield, and even our coach are 'ltopsn in any language as our Silver Nine stride toward championship heights. And our "Studes" proudly cheer from the sidelines. As this article goes to press, great hopes of vying for the city championship loom before us. Kneeling: H. Schillmoeller, R. Nelson, R. Smoy, F. Cangalosi, H. Ford, Co-Capt. T. Pontarelli. Co-Capt. D. Serafini, R. Pascus, N. Rosasco, G. Lorenz. Standing: I. Oliveto, R. Bubien, F. Bava, L. Hoffmann, R. Melgaard, W. MacDuff, R. Banks, P. Rizzo, G. ALllen.!R. fKaljian, T. Dyrda, Mr. Ruzicka, coach, V. Griseto. J 1 1 J -A - i A Ji' 1 bp! V ,Q in -i X. 'fmt S .M 1, .sa- Tlaeq lllqlee 4 5,214 la Wlaefte et Tlaeq go Row 1: R. Ristau, R. Bellio, R. Calabrese. B. Covelli, B. Fisher, Berga, R. Glazawski. Row 2: W. Griswold, B. Skiba, E. Kiessling, D. l-lardt, Macintosh, E. Richa, G. Moen, A. Glass, R. Duran. D. Huclke, D. Buchweitz, R. Brownlow. Row 3: L. Tellschow. E. Iohnson, R. Nolan. E. Covganka, M. Smith, E. Norling, D. Anderson, D. Sadowski, R. Demnicki, V. Buhrkc, R. Wilk, R. Pease, Tessaro, Mr. Havlicek. Fine specimens of manhood choose the water as their recreation. Meets with other schools make their swimming interesting and fosters good fellowship, Mr. Myles Havlicek has been on deck with them for the past ten years. He has high hopes for his swimmers in the coming year. ' Win. iv. Foregroundz Grande, Mr. Vesel. Row l: Szczeblowski, A. Mosciiiski, C. Spataro. O. Chris- tensen, Verba, F. Pellizzari, Row 2: H. Bur- meister, Ancona, R. Shuldes, S. Stafford, D. Leschmann, K. Andren. 1416412 4114 4 501014 dlwf 7lteq 72e UM Row l: F. Dunn, B. Wisher. Capt, B, Beecroft. Row 2: I. Scarpclli, C. Lctz, D. VVhaley, G. Beckstecl. C2-vAA Cvqn tin, Teqm Peppy sprinters managed to rank fourth in the city runnersg not bad. Their few defeats were always by a small margin. Steinmetz is proud of them and their leader, Tuck Term Whats that loud noise above our heads around three o'clock in the afternoon? There goes a gun shot! No it's not a murder: it's Mr, Thompsons fleet footers racing around the third floor corridor in track meets. low 1: Grande, Clouston. Row 2: C. Iohnson, l, Jones, Bailey, V. Kamin, C. Kasprzyk, 'rontier. Row 3: Coach Thompson, D. Kuester, C. enda, R, Tune, A. Chiaruttini, N. Eliassen, A. lusin, D. Cursoe, D, Leschmann. Row 4: W. lricksen, M. Ottaviano, R. Miller, L. Hoffmann. 1. Benson, VV. Schmidt, Priest, K. Hefner, L. leumann. Swimming Ke qtieA he 1460 e Kona! qniom D. Geiger, M. Gabriel, C. Ta- vitian, F. Larson, L. Fabian, M. Kopfcr, D. Rihachuk, I. Stavoe. V. Gocrgen, L. Charles. Seniou Outer circle: M. Michalak, M. Shumicki, V. Mateja, M. Dill, N. Alfred, D. Anderson. D. Kelly. A. Bartel, M. Bjork. Inner circle: M. Rusin, C. Paoli, A. Stjernluerg, T. Tucker, B. Ramat, B. Oherhuher, E. lohnson. Soplwmofzu Row l: L. Chapman, G. Durin- ski, P. Grider. I. Gerhard. Row 2: E. Remke, B. Veskauf, B. Risvold, V. Belcaster. Row 3: Pfaffendorf, B. Cuilla, M. Ta- vitian. I. Moeller. ??eAlrmen Row l: C. Brons, L. Larsen, N. Maddalone. Row 2: L. Mor- rison. G. Oliveto, G. Eagan. ddvqnced Swimming C7444 Splash! There they go! Graceful mermalds dlsappear and reappear suddenly draping themselves gracefully on the rlm of the pool to honor the Srlver Streak with their pictures. MISS Rolence IS the sponsor of the club B4 We lie Hot 144 7opAq Tut 1,144 We look Q20 ' 14 tlaletic 14AAoci4tion promote leadership and health as well as good time is the ambition of the G.A.A. Some prim ladies prc nounce themselves averse to athletics, because, they saj bulging muscles are not a part of feminine charm G.A.A. membership roles deny this charge and li: with pride the most popular and pretti est girls that wal the halls of Steinmetz. To . M A 50404 Row 1: Patton C W , . oodcock, I. Taylor, C. Tavitian, P. Kurth. Row 2: N. Henry, M. Klein, I. Gerhard, A. Rizzo, L. Thompson. Standing: M. Beaudoin, T. Tucker, I. Perry, F. Lar- son, D. Funk H Fr e . . y , I. Wharton, M. Schubbe, H. Robeck, M. Huff. Un Kdtd I. Taylor, M. Klein. 9270 Zilze Yun and Ylaeq H4 e It Miss Mildred Coddington and Miss Regina Selinger with the G.A.A. Board assisting, arrange contests, awards and parties. At the end of each semester at an award assembly, girls receive chevrons, letters, numerals and bars, depending on their activities. Special swim and apparatus work are counted toward awards. M. Schubhe, H. Frye, F. Larson, L. Thompson, I. Patton, M. Klein, Gerhard, N. Henry, C. Tavitian, C. Woodcock, I Wharton, I. Taylor, T. Tucker, H. Robeck. D. Funk, I. Perry Playing ping pong: M. Beaudoin P. Kurth. PM tate L. Johnson, M. Stenherg, Perry, I. Gerhard fthe winnerl. M' halak N. Alfred, E. Iohn- O M ic , son, M. Dray, G. Hartnett. n top: M. Melke, I. Taylor, C. Brusenbach, A. Barrett, T. Tucker. wap 4 Row 1: E. Heidenreich, L. Fabian, D. Ribachuk. Center: C. Brusenbach, S. ' ff ndorf Settelpani, I. Pfa e , F ankenberg, R. M. r Aromi. Row 2: B. Ober- huber, E. Marino, M. Kopfer, B. Ramat. Row 3: ' , I. Catalan. B. Diephouse We! Kqlqnced QQ! lllqlze good WMA of the supervision begun two years ago, under d ring the second The class was ets every day u Rolence. It me ften assist in Miss Geraldine ' the girls very o hese meetings h ve to be all- period. During t ' l s guards. So you see they a wimrnlng poo a the s 'll the bill. around athletes to fi Yqlzing 14m,FoAe That you Can lllen tion gimp 3 I. Nolan, B. Ianis, L. Wanat, E. Kannberg, S. Settepani. In back: N. Alfred. fkoqp I B. Diephouse, I. Gerhard, D. Clouston, R. Aroni, M. Rusin. QQ! Zeqdeu' C1444 Girls having the thought of some day becoming gym teachers are lucky if they are chosen to become a part of this group. The only requirement is an S in gym. The girls give exercises and referee ball games in other classes, This gives them good practical experience in handling classes, and the training will come in mighty handy later. 7 Ewing Uqwuu tn flnwee the C41 R 0. 72 G Kqnd Military music for patriotic occasions, and for parades conducted by the American Legion, are some of the special duties of the R.O.T.C. Band. They also accompany our football team with peppy, popular tunes spurring them on to victory and cheering them up in the wake of defeat. They surely do their bit for the school in the West. They stir patriotism and foster cooperation. The band is an essential part of school life. Mr. Ivan Feldman is the sponsor. Row 1: D. Froehbrodt. T. Pethes, V. Buhrke, L. Druss, R. Ziemer, W. Barker, F Smetters, W. Barker, G. Criscuolo, B. Skiba, W. Kaczmarek, D. Zieker, A. Hassel- man. Row 2: R. Conklin. R. Muczynski, I. Makintosh, M. Iohnson, V. Wolff, R Schmuck, E. Volker, R. Olson. G. Nelson. Row 3: R. Young, I. Peterson, G. Kleinschmidt, G. Krell, R. Niles, T. Vanderslice, R. Eck, D. Schmidt, R. Solantonio D. Shuldes. Row 4: B. Bergquist, Sloan, W. Tanner. B. Birnbaum, H. Nelsen I. Iasinski. W. Wahl, G. Anderson, I. Mall. 1 Wztla S teqdq S tep 4nd S tukdq S tqnce Com frm, 14 Row l: Capt, Iames Dopp, lst Lt. Donald Douegan. Zud Lt. Robert Rosenfeld. Row 2: Pvt. Alan Beckman, Pvt. Richard Peterson, Pvt. Dou- ald Tansor, Pvt. Prohaska, Pvt. Ioseph Mack. Row 3: Pvt. Ronald Rasmussen, Cpl. Robert Neder, Pvt. Nello Comelli, Pvt. VVilliam Odean. Pvt. Weld. Row 4: Cpl. G, Swanson, Pvt, Leroy Hillstrom. Pvt. Wziltei' Marxer, Pvt. Edward Heineman. Pvt. Donald Kruse. Row 5: Pvt. Bob Baker. Pvt. Ralph Bosecke, Pvt. Donald R. Abrahainson, Pvt. Iohu Hanley, Sgt. Wallzice Schubert. Row 6: Cpl. Robert Spitzer, Cpl. Norman Sackrison, Pvt. Ray Kroll, Pvt. Robert Willianis, Pvt. Wziltei' Tylski. Row 7: Sgt. Robert Vondrak. Pvt. H. Hamm, Pvt. Tony Monaco. Pvt. Ernie Reedstrom, Staff Sgt. Harry Kulisch. Compqmf K Row l: Capt. Edward Skehan, lst Lt. Charles Morey. lst Sgt. VVilliam Magnuson, Staff Sgt. Earl Olsen, Staff Sgt. Edward Reininger. Row 2: Cpl. Ierome Novak, Pvt. Edmund Kranc, Pvt. Iaines P. Leahy, Pvt. Pat- terson VVoodworth, Pvt. Donald Spitzcock. Pvt. Melvin Iay, Pvt. Thomas Thomsen, Pvt. Ronald Santi. Row 3: Cpl. Donald Bartosch. Pvt. VVilliam Nagy, Pvt. Leroy Kope, Pvt, Victor Cuskey, Pvt. Pete Cattelind, Pvt. Russel Schaffer. Pvt. Arthur Pieeyk, Pvt. Lewis Windt. Row 4: Cpl. Paul Rehorst. Pvt. Richard Muzik. Pvt. Iames Billiat. Pvt. Cyril Kruse, Pvt. Olaf Anderson, Pvt. Donald Schroeder, Pvt. Williaiii Glover, Pvt. Ed Tipshus. Row 5: Cpl. Williaiii Crane, Pvt. Gaylord Haas, Pvt. Edward Krebs, Pvt. George Savovick, Pvt. Bill Torgus, Pvt. Robert Sinkovee, Pvt. Donald Wappner, Pvt. Iames Farley. Row 6: Cpl. Eugene Smuda. Pvt. lames Burns, Pvt, Herbert Miller, Pvt. Richard Meyers, Pvt. Edward Lueken, Pvt. Edward Folz, Pvt. Clarence C. Granger, Pvt. Warren Best. Row 7: Cpl. Kenneth Paetseh, Cpl. Iaines D'Arco, Pvt. Kenneth Knutsen, Pvt. Norman Nadler, Pvt. Anson Cranmer, Pvt. VVarren Schubert, Pvt. VVilliam Nida, Pvt. Richard Cullen. 9 7109 Rzglat 7102 left Ca t Thea, 4 glqnce Compqm, Cf Znd F qtoon Upper Picture Row l: Cadet Capt. Donald Tunison, Cadet lst Sgt. Ioseph Sandri. Row 2: Pvt. Lawrence Hermansen, Pvt. Charles Crepas, Pvt. Willianl Engwall, Pvt. Ioseph Caliendo, Pvt. Darrell Armentrout, Pvt. Ronald Zullo, Pvt. Egidio Gualano. Row 3: Pvt. Ioseph Dimarca, Pvt. Stephen Hartig, Pvt. Charles Willard, Pvt. Louis Moro, Pvt. Ted Swanson, Pvt. Iohn Greco, Cpl. Herbert Kast. Row 4: Pvt. Robert Kohlhaas, Sgt. lohn Higgins, Pvt. Ronald Prusinski, Pvt. Ellsworth Mitchell, Pvt. Anthony Monachello, Pvt. Howard Latin, Pvt. Howard McComb. Row 5: Pvt. Candidu Vandini, Pvt. David Leschman, Pvt. Donald Poley, Pvt. Floyd Olson, Cpl. Rudolph Di Tommaso, Pvt. Iohn DuBrovin, Staff Sgt. Robert Wikrent. Compqnq C' Lower Picture Row l: Sgt. Donald Serif, lst Lt. Dave Horst, Znd Lt. Robert Wright. Row 2: Cpl. Angelo Garzonetti, Cpl. Allan Iohnson, Cpl. Richard Cham- berlain, Pvt. Iimmie Morris, Pvt. William Saunders, Pvt. Philip Scardina. Row 3: Pvt. Herb Stenzel, Pvt, William Thielmann. Cpl. lohn Rossow, Pvt. Ronald Iorpeland, Pvt. George Haefner, Pvt. Robert McMenamin. Row 4: Pvt. Ralph Busse, Pvt. Ralph Duke, Pvt. Robert Sanders, Pvt. Richard Mackey, Pvt. Robert Quirk, Pvt. Harold Spear. Row 5: Pvt. Donald Thode, Pvt. George Prisching, Pvt, Donald Kuester, Pvt. Donald Millar, Pvt. Eugene Kennedy, Cdt. Tom Genuk. Row 6: Pvt. Richard A. Vogel, Staff Sgt. Iames Mitsch. Inez, Stqnd P epqked the Pe ce to S4 e Compqml Z' Upper Picture Row I: Capt. Russell Scurto, lst Lt. Ralph Maier, 2nd Lt. Altlo Pcttenuzzo, lst Lt. Andrew Nelson, lst Sgt. Richard Hannemann. Row 2: Sgt. Edward Leali. Cpl. Edmund Bugno, Pvt. Bruce Hensel, Pvt. Robert Godlewski. Pvt. Wilbert Hanke, Pvt. Dale McKay. Pvt. Bob Gallagher, Staff Sgt. Gerald Weiss. Row 3: Cpl. Bill Iedlick, Pvt. Robert Anderson, Pvt. Harry Anderson, Pvt. Orrie Vigilante, Pvt. Louis Olsen, Staff Sgt. Robert VanDorpe. Row 4: Cpl. Harry Kluch, Pvt. Harry Nebergall, Pvt. Donald Blair, Pvt. Henry Tyznik. Pvt. Ronald Cinel, Pvt. Robert Litawa. Row 5: Sgt. William Behr, Cpl. Roger Klawitter, Pvt. William McAndrews, Pvt. Donald Fischer, Pvt. Ray Iohnson, Pvt. Robert VanVooren, Cpl. Bryan Mitchell. Cvmpnnq ? Lower Picture Row l: Cadet Capt. Roderick Salach, Cadet Capt. Ronald Taylor, Cadet lst Lt. Robert Budacki. Cadet 2nd Lt. Robert Schwede. Row 2: Cpl. Frank Scarpelli, Cpl. Robert Leahy, Pvt. Frank McCarthy, Pvt. Donald McKoy, Pvt. Ierry Lowe, Cpl. Roy Bailey, Staff Sgt. Robert Weik. Row 3: Pvt. Bill Hemmelgarn, Pvt. Richard Leiber, Pvt. Wilbur Schuster, Pvt. Robert Cutrara, Cpl. Robert Shatapata, Pvt. Iack Petrich, Staff Sgt. Herbert Paule. Row 4: Sgt. Arthur Hagstrom, Pvt. Lloyd Christiansen, Pvt. Ioseph Romano, Cpl. Edward Bayer, Pvt. Adello Bartolucci, Pvt. Wayne Voigt. Row 5: Cpl. Dick Gorajewski Cpl. Leonard Okulski, lst Sgt. Charles Stern, Pvt. Edwin Ross, Pvt Kenneth Schultz, Pvt. Bob Rinehart. v Teen Nga H4 yu See-ivqA lllvmen ta Robert Vondrak Robert Wcik Robert Wriglit Herbc-rt Paule Robert Voida To carry the colors for their country and school ought to be an honor deeply cher- ished hy any young teener. This act of reverence is just another piece of evidence that our teen agers have their serious moments. Thea, Milne? in an 14tmvA Ivete 0 0 de? Tldaeu ' C1116 Certain members of the R.O.T.C. are selected to act as ushers at the many assemblies held at Steinmetz, both in the evening and at the day-time func- tions. They are chosen on the basis of personal appearance and, of course, a willingness to serve. Their presence in the auditorium adds atmosphere to the show. Row l: Corp. R. Leahy, President, 2nd Lt. R. Hannemann. Vice President, Capt. R. Taylor. Treasurer. Row 2: Cdt. Pvt. B. Gallager, Cdt. Pvt. A. Beckman, Cdt. Sgt. I. Higgins, Cdt. Pvt. W. Saunders, Cdt. Cpl. S. Hartig, Cdt. Pvt. B. Hensel, Cdt. S ,.f' Sgt. H. Paule, Cdt. First Sgt. R. Weik. Cdt. Cpl. R. Chamberlain, Cdt. Pvt. D. Tansor, Cdt. Pvt. R. Iorpelaud. Row 3: Cdt. Pvt. L. Hillstroin, Cdt. Pvt. D. Weld, Cdt. Sgt. N. Saclcrison, Cdt. Pvt. R, Cinel, Cdt. lst Sgt. VV. Miigriiison, Cdt. Sgt. D. Senf, Cdt. Pvt. R. Kohlhaas, Cdt. Corp. VV. Crzuiwt. Cdt. Sgt. E. Reininger, Cdt. Pvt. H. Anderson. Cdt. S.f'Sgt. C. Stern. Row 4: Cdt. Pvt. li. Olson, Cdt. Cpl. R. Spitzer. Cdt. Pvt. R. Van Vooren. Cdt. Cpl. Rossow, Cdt. Pvt. Dubrovin, Cdt. S'Sgt. R. Vondrak. Cdt. Pvt. D. Millar, Cdt. Pvt. R. Voidzi, Cdt. Pvt. H. Nebergall, Cdt. Pvt. E. Trumbull, Cdt. Cpl. R. Klawitter. Row 5 fRight to Leftj: 2nd Lt. R. Wright. 2nd Lt. R. Rosenfeld. Capt. D. Tunnison Y IYJ Q 94 S' eta, Conn tty 7IeedA good Zeadeu Row l: Cdt, Lt. Col. Brod, Cadet Major R. Carson, Cadet Major Slezak, Sgt. Frisch, Cadet Major R, Duran, Cadet Capt. R. Salach, Cadet Capt, Dopp. Row 2: Cadet Capt. E. Skehan. Cadet Capt, D. Tunison, Cadet Capt. R. Johnson, Cadet Capt. R. Scurto, Cadet Capt. R. Taylor. Cadet lst Lt. D, Horst, Cadet lst Lt. C, Morey. Row 3z Cadet 2nd Lt. R. Maier, Cadet 2nd Lt. R. Rosenfeld, Cadet 2nd Lt. A. Pettenuzzo, Cadet 2nd Lt. R, Schwede, Cadet 2nd Lt. R. Wright, Cadet 2nd Lt. R. Hannemann. Officeu' cm Almost every member of the R.O.T.C, has a longing to become an officer some day. The attainment of this goal is secured only after a sufficient amount of training of self and some experience in training the rookies. These boys are an attractive group: how about it girls? Little wonder that every one dotes on them. af if . x . ,- f r is ,,:: I A 3 it x 3 .nf . 'I V' H "" 5 xi , . Q. . 5 v I F .. I .I O L .X .Q .K , ' e , ' X ,, ,-,, a I - ' K . ' ,P - 1 W 3 " f o :W + o ' 1' 0 1 ' L' A v. is X' 35 6 9 . 5. nl Y y , ms! fixme Liar ' fi X . ' . ' . ' 0 . I I ' x ' W.. . s Q ff 5 Q J? an . .f E I .'.f' 'ff if ft! the Jim in Zi e That C'0untA l Kneeling: Lt. Col. Carson, Maj. Slezak, Capt. Salach, Capt. Tunison, Lt. Hannemann. Row 2: lst Sgt. Wick, Capt. Scurto, lst Sgt. Magnuson, Staff Sgt. Higgins, Staff Sgt. Chamberlain, Rifle 541144 Good marksmanship is unquestionably an intimate part of the life of a soldier. These boys have attained skill in target practice, so have won for themselves the distinction of being picked as the group that hits the target more often than they miss ity so beware, gentle readers, when they are focusing their aim, be sure to sidestepg it's the target they're after, not you. Lt B lmrl Dierks. llleet the " vmmqndvf' Steinmetz has always been proud of its R.O.T.C. unit, The members are serious in their efforts and generous in their serv- ice to the school and to the outside when they are often called upon to participate in the community's programs. Sgt. Frisch took over the reins in the fall of 1946, and his good work is reflected in the boys' performance. KA Neff We Hmlen 't Wtgotten 7laem, Out 2 leap This list contains the names of the boys in the Armed Forces who graduated with military credits and through the G.E.D. tests. Lester C. Anderson Anthony R. Armentano Frank A. Arrabito Harold P. Barry Donald Benson Carl Bittner Richard Bloom Eugene Bolden Phillip Bonifede Robert Burra Iohn Carberry William F. Cavitt George Chobaniam Iohn R. Cikesh Iohn R. Clark Donald P. Collins Tom Costopoulos George Cushing Lawrence E. Erickson Iohn F. Fitzpatrick Charles E. Garry, Ir. Theodore G. Geis Iames V. Gianforte Harry Gosdan Harold I. Gross Frank Guido Raymond H. Gustafson Iames Halpin Arthur Halthen Fred C. Ackerman Russell Albertson Norman Allerup Kurt Arntzen Richard W. Babe Donald Backner George T. Barnes Paul R. Barry Earnest H. Bauer Charles Becker Charles R. Bell Louis V. Bielarczyk Richard N. Biestek Michael S. Carollo Richard Cluth Herbert Cregier Walfred T. Davis Edward A. Delia Iohn Donohue Edward Dubiel George F. Dziabas Howard R. Edwards George Furlan George D. Furlott Iohn I. Gianforte William B. Gibbons Thomas C. Glessner Iames Hammond Herbert L. Hickman Richard R. Inda fehqatq fl b. Iames Hammond Walter E. Hochbaum Russell C. Iohnson Edward P. Kalas Edward N. Kallas Carl Kamper Roy A. Kindt Vernon A. Knudsen Fred Krase Bohmuil W. Krejci Edward C. Krueger Paul Lawrenz Harry Lee Wilfred Lindsey Henry P. Lorch William E. Loy Iohn Lueder Iohn Madey Paul Marolis Earl H. Martin Eugene Mashtal Ierry D. McKoy Carl C. Modrich Robert Murawski Roger Nelson Grantley K. Oberg Frank W. O'Connor Harry Opatkiewicz June S: b. Eugene lwaszczuk Nicholas Ierfita Harold Iohnson Harry B. Iohnson Leif Ionason Wilfred Kelly Raymond Kennedy Francis Kindslant Richard T. King, Ir. Frank Klenske William M. Knight Howard D. Knutson Richard P. Kohlhass Thomas Korn Sylvester Krolikowski Richard Kubotz Robert C. Landers Clarence Leipzig Andrew Letrich Theodore R. Lindvig Sigmund Malinowski Lawrence Martin Iames R. McComb Iohn M. McConnell Lyle D. McGhee Ioseph H. McNamara Frank Muscare Glenn Musselman Iohn L. Neilsen Sam Peraino Leonard Pelinski Robert E. Potts, Ir. Iohn O. Rathsack Richard E. Rawlings Milford N. Reed Iack Reig Edward Schavitz Raymond l. Schmidt Iames F. Schwab William Schwaber Ioseph A. Skarzynski Harry Smialek William Sommer William F. Stege Dwaine E. Stock Signund Swietek Edwin Swirczek Daniel Thomas Harold Thorgerson David Tobin William Tracey Albert Trendel, Ir. Carl Vertone Donald Wadolny Robert Wake Robert E. West Charles R. Wilson Stanley Nowicki Anthony I. Oliveto Lavier E. Ott Anthony R. Pinelli Iohn T. Reed Charles F. Reum Charles Roossel Robert A. Schrepfner Gerald Shannon Edgar R. Sharp Peter Shpak Theodore Skiba Harry Smialek Frank Stabile Iohn F. Stoddard Marvin A. Strauss Donald Styk Richard R. Szubielski Pete Tarpinian Herbert T. Trim Iack Verdoni Wallace A. Veskuil Emery W. Vozedily George S. Werner William M. Witthoeft Robert York Edwin D. Zabawa Walter M. 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