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

 - Class of 1948

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Such an experience the Silver Streak staii had in preparing the annual this year, when Mr. Iohn M. Sanabria. chief engineer oi the American Television Institute of Technology. made arrange- ments ior the staff to visit the school and see television actually in operation. The three hours spent there gave the staii further inspiration and information to carry out the theme of the book: and the privilege oi taking pictures along the way for use in the annual, lets the rest of the school in on the visit too. Standing: R. Glazowski, W. Fisher. Seated: M. Cortez, I. Glasing, C. Janis, C. Bohn, watching a television program in main oiiice of the institute. ' , Q 1, As x . . ,,:. , .,,:,. A T ,, W - N N , Y Q . .,., . .. , , H ...,, , 'JK 'Q - - 'J 3 T 2 vm 11- ':'. H N '.-, - , -ff X X r kk 'S i . I ', K M .,.,: 155, .,' W '2, S . 5 1' wh, A 'Eg ' QI-2 ig ,. 'fly F Q! 5 h f yy ,kg mff9f '2 rf, , 4. 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Dr. Hlllltl ul regard it as a challenge to my ability and a great opportunityf, CHICAGO TIMES, June 6, 1947. Hlfansas City Rotary Club bestows four war- time HEY' on Dr. Hunt: E for Eloquence, En- thusiasm, Ejfciency and Excellence in school administration." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, Boston, Mass., by Ralph Cessna, June 9, 1947. t'Dr. Hunt appears more like a successful bus- iness man than a professor." CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Sept. 21, 1947. "Hunt,s success as an administrator is dueas much to his love of work as to his uncommon intelligencef' I CHICAGO TRIBUNE, Sept. 21, 1947. "Undaunted by the size of the Chicago school h system, Hunt wants to get to know the teachers 9 and so far as possible the students as well." Dr. Hunt: "1've got such happiness from edu- cational work that 1've never been tempted by businessf, HERALD AMERICAN, June 6, 1947. Dr. Hunt: "How can you know whatis going on in your schools, if you don't visit them and hnd out for yourself." DAILY NEWS, August 4, 1947. "In a democratic school system parents are given opportunities to participate in the plan- ningf, said Dr. Hullt. SWING MAGAZTNE, August 1947. "H e knows when to speak softly, when sharply 5 and exactly how to roll a short fused powder keg into the middle of public complacency," said Mori Greiner, Managing Editor of Swing. "Now at 45, Hunt heads the second largest school system in the United States, at Chi- cago. SUN, October 10, 1947. THE GARFIELDIAN, Sept. 11, 1947. 'CW e can't have a good city if we don,t have Dr. HuIIt: 'QI donit intend to be a desk super- a good school systenzf' Said Mayor Kennelly. intendent. ' A K+. Dr. Herald C. I-lunt's farewell speech to the school children of Kansas City, Missouri, struck cr sad note in their hearts, but a qlad one in the hearts of the boys and girls of Chicaqds public schools. Steinmetz students extend to you, Dr. Hunt, a hearty and sincere welcome. ,IQ i A u I 2 N f I f a l 1 l f l a i 1 E l I 3 E F 1 5 Q w 1 ...:,:':u45,,G' :ii-flf?Tf?iEm fi, if i7i?'51',-f-'12 ul ' A 1 " . ' A. 4 ' -g g.g:. ff il Q '35-237. .- - wh'- 21 X I - f:l'l.!g' ,fL:,-Tr :- ' 4-. gli- x j' xl 1 ' ' 'I 5 ' 11021. f' P' if fr .I54v""-JA 4 .27 fi r, X ll .' . W P Il' we wi :NJ n'f'A gr -A. :Hill f.a'5':'. --F' -' LL'+.'1'-1' :rw , 113 7? 'rg ,'4.::-2'-441 f ,:' ' 'hy '-'L'E.g::f,L,:aEdi':zig5 .AQ .,- " T F -fs - ,-.-, 4315' ' , I S A-y- .,, ti' 1' -'f"1'o1-'af I ' Z5 . ' , . X 7 - -.x WJ' f 5 vh' If 9' 'F .Q-.-V r ' , X ,PQ n V' N 5,1 ,Q a xv ...X .. h fm- Z5 - - T h .E . A L .. f J- xx 5 MH ef?-' F. W' X ., is 5: 'E-:fi . ,R , -1 - .AL f 0 6. - f .- " if 2: 'QEQEE , gl P EA'-Q3 7 sk X '- E1 .1vfn'?-I' +P 11355 ' -irafmp. 'gg . :flzi-'1 :Cr A .q.iis?'l :FEQ .Q-.1 3+ :- , I-xg--'R-LI' ,-iii-C-3-g '5I2TL'13,iZ1:L-.. . 1i-:ppl A. 5559?-k -2' 3.- '1'7""...-T152-:.E:1-.5'g-:..'+1-,. 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G 1 6' Y lx A zsmiq' W W in J.: if 4' I sl' The Iron Uut rlnkle ln Dall Routine Miss F. Riqney, pay roll clerk and subsiitute assignments. Mrs. S. Koplin. in charge of sup- plies and inventories. Mrs. F. Zumnarskifdaily ailendance, daily bulletin cmd monihly sum- maries. Miss M. Chauvei. in charge of office records and transcripts. Mrs. H. Walter. school librarian. Mrs. H. Benson, matron. Miss M. O'Toole Knot phofographedl in charge of school finances and or- ganization reports. fi Ei K, .N wly. X X . -I 5: x v 4" Siidag Q 3: "RW: wx i vis? . a ,-is , , .-wr -fiiiwf " . Q 1 , V '1' Y.-if "1 gf . KN I .1 . W .. W f ' Y X A ' 1 I f , . - ffm k NQ R' 1 . K f K' jg A I :eng ::x:5ls:..-. . NX 5 "-'- . .. yum S ,3 Q Q si X ' 1 W . , A x X X' k ,-nfs, K v x .g . s -.5 .2 - .. 'M ' ffm , W1 ww w-Q Q iw X X..'-Axrfxix -XS. E A- - ' 'Bala Sswlifp' 1 . fiihimwwfvf Z x - f YY? 1 wg I . . -4 N xg-M-Kg-. Q. S ,fm is lfifff 1, W5E5sqiSg.QQ1S:?:i5 1 gigixiswgifkiiiif Q f W' 'MMQQ fsyxffigsf V- N x IN S:f.5?'J Z? w w X -'-' m f 5 '- - ' i f Qigm K -s S Vi X RQQQ ,I 1 w RX if n v s . Z-M AEFEE-ii'sif L f Q vm.-2-E.::12-22.-5 X S 1 .,,. 15 tif X A 52-if X 41' Q31 ' Xi!?f..z. ,XX fi v Mg K MQ XX 5 K X x .. .1-1-7 N K 1- Q awk si as mn ' 1 ' -vm . W 53-Qi. ,wx .fr ff 1. , L. 21 1 ' M X 5 x. Q gk i 'ES' Wig EK N xx am. Q S323 N PULTY Miss Lora Adams. English Mr. Hubert Anderson. Science Miss Florence Andrews. Commercial Mrs. Florence Armitage. English Mrs. Isabelle Beach. Commercial Miss Lois Bergh. Social Science Not photographed Mrs. Grace Bertling. Science Mr. Walter Beck. Technical Miss Elizabeth Blythe. Art Miss Margaret Boller. Adjustment Teacher Mrs. Frances Borg. English Mrs. Elma Boughton, English Miss Bertha Braddock. English Mr. Leslie Bradley. Social Science Not photographed Miss lean Boqowicz. Language Mr. Lewis Brcnnkamp. Social Science Mrs. Mary Brennock, Social Science Mrs. Dolores Pasowicz. Science Not photographed lVIiss Emma Caster. Commercial TOP ROWQ . BOTTOM ROW: Mr. William Chiclster. Mathematics Miss Mary Cushing, English Miss Mildred Coddington, Physical Educaiion Miss Pearl Dierks, Science Miss Mary Collopy, Language ' Miss Gertrude Donnersberger, Commercial Mrs. Dorothy Compton, Science Mr. Clyde Echelbarger, Technical Miss Meta Consoer. English Mrs. Ruby Edmonds. Art Mrs. Gertrude Crane. Language Mr. Robert English, Science Not photographed: - Mr. Iames Downey. Commercial TOP ROW: Mrs. Gertrude Exarhos, Science Miss Iosephine Farr, Music Mrs. Lydia Fausel, Language Not photographed: Miss Margaret Feeley. Commercial BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Ivan Feldman, Music Mr. Iacob Ferdman, Science Miss Clare Foley, English 17 TOP ROW: BOTTOM ROW: Miss Agatha Posse. English Miss Lucille Golden, Home Economics Mr. Frank Frelich. Science Mr. Willard Groom. Music Mrs. Esther Frey. English Miss Sylvia Gruener. Science Sgt. Frisch. R.O.T.C. Mrs. Lorraine Haas, English Miss Edith Garis. Art lVIrs. Lillie Hadley. Language Miss Mary Gehant. Social Science M' Not photographed: Miss Lillian Grant. Social Science 18 :ss Marie Haley, Social Science TOP ROW: Mr. Myles Havlicek Physical Education Mrs. Erna Hege. Commercial Mr. Cornelius Henze, Science Miss Gertrude Herbert, Art BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Walter Herrick. Social Science Miss Maxine Hoffman Physical Education Mr. Fred Holm. Technical I Miss Ethel Iacobek. Social Science Mrs. Ellen Kelly. Mathematics Miss Ruth Kilqour, Music Miss Ethel Kinderman. Social Studies Not photographed: Miss Florence Kilburn, English Mrs. Dorothy Knipp, English A Mr. Iulius Lakin. Physical Education Miss Catharine Landrigan, Language Miss Rea Lyon, Commercial Miss Gloria McKillip. Home Economics Miss Ethel McNamara, English Not photographed: Mrs. Myrtle Monahan. Commercial Mr. Stanley Nalecz, Technical Miss Charlotte O'Brien. Mathematics Miss Gertrude O'Connor, English Miss Annette Ornstein, Science Miss Helen Papenbrook. English lVIr. Paul Pieil, Technical Miss Natalie Picchiotti. Lanquaqe Miss Agnes Polka. Mathematics Miss Evelyn Rasmussen. Home Economics Miss Ionia Rehm, Mathematics Miss Anne Rolence, Physical Education 1VIiss Orpha Rompf, Commercial Sgt. C. R. Rose. R.O.T.C. Miss Celia Roy. English Mr. David Ruttenberq, Physical Education Mr. Edward Ruzicka. Physical Education Mrs. Eleanor Schwartz, Commercial Miss Irene Sechler. Language Not photographed: Mr. Charles Schuiier. Mathematics Miss Regina Selinger, Physical Education Mr. William Siegel. Technical Mrs. Florence Soderherg Physical Education tw, , TOP ROW: BOTTOM ROW Mrs. Elisabeth Sorenson, Science Mr. Cloyd Swem Science Mr. Frederick Spiecker. Commercial Mrs. Santa Taglia Language Mr. Stewart Spikings. Technical Mr. Herbert Thompson Physical Education Miss Loretta Sullivan. English Miss Evelyn Thorsson Language Miss Alice Sutherland. Mathematics Mrs. Ethel Tnebel Social Science Mr. Albert Sweiq. Commercial Miss Anna Utzig Mathematics Not photographed: Mr. Charles Temple, Technical PICTURE I: Mr. Fred Vesel, Physical Education Mr. William Walsh. Mathematics Miss Iessie Watson Physical Education Mr. Henry Weaver. Art PICTURE Il: Miss Louise Whalen. Commercial Miss Ruby Yetter. English Mrs. Florence Young. Mathematics Mrs. Margaret Zwicky Mathematics N ot photographed: Miss Margaret Vaughan Commercial Miss Olive Weaver. Science 21 Languages Promote the Brotherhood of on Singing carols in all languages is a positive Way to create a feeling of kindness and trust toward the peoples oi other countries. Folk say the World is topsy-turvy, but it will continue to be so until men change their attitude toward each other. Preiudices, fears, hate and greed must go before We can honestly clasp hands in true friendship with all nations and proclaim we are practicing the Brotherhood of Men. 22 x M . .f ,yt 4 m:!1mPr,g,. w Q . x li? X 'xx . f 251155 X Pcwsfi .1 R . IC' If wikis. X3 1 fm I 1 13fYNr Y K 5 X Y r n ,W .Y,L A ,, gf 'figs ,L fii my Wi .lxgf Q S q 1 5. . L ., ,, 1 H-:.5sm,:2'M1i. ' ze 1 yxm - x. ,wxf . ggi , . ffmmw W , -t ' fa AQ 1- -: - .qs K .mx Q Q Q1 sam 1 2.jt ifiWS A. ,Y x S ,W X If-te, . , X 3 kv . 4 2. 4X KY jf ag ' f 4 QP'-L 1..jQ:f.5 EQ: X 4511 L 2 cm. , ' fu QL2 315 vi ' X 1' A A' 3 Mg kr , NL- .N S Q1 -4 ffff2Exe:1-:ILM .ff:::.:5-H , 4, 2?'g'Z': 23 ', I 165, ,- . .... gsm -x K Avi 7:5 3552: ff VI ' k . 'yi ': "5i??3f:'f '- Y f 'YM if X QQ X K X X ' Rf M x - :'5i2F"' 1 li, ' .N X X .1 X x ..u., ..... ,. . E S N' 5 4 f N F fa Q F0 terin Good ill in En li h Class is Upper left picture: Appropriate pictures are displayed during the theme to create atmosphere and to stimulate thinking. Upper right picture: Pupils bring in many and fitting quotations which help to provoke ideas for Writing the good will theme. Lower right picture: Punctuation lessons accompany the work on the theme to insure Well Written papers. Lower left picture: Another class in English finds panel discussions a modern and enjoyable method of interchanging ideas: teachers and pupils enjoy it. 25 Gettin Equipped to Enter the Bu mess World Upper left picture: Typing classes under competent supervision are very popular. Pupils Work to improve' their speed and accuracy. Upper right picture: Principles of good bookkeeping are taught to young people interested in getting office positions as bookkeepers. Center picture: Qualities necessary to become a good salesman are stressed in the Sales class. Procedure in selling is stressed. Lower left picture: A course in Business Training is expected of all pupils who are taking a Commercial sequence. lt is usually offered in the Freshman year. Lower right picture: Calculating machines furnished by the school are used by members of the Calculating classes. Many expert operators are turned out each year. 27 Dail S ssion in Commercial Department Upper ,lett picture: The Commercial Geography class dramatized a lesson in the cotton production industry. One feels almost as if he were in the midst of the southern cotton belt. Upper right picture: A part of the calculating class is pictured here. They are very serious about their work. They realize that their work must be accurate as Well as speedy. Lower left picture: Running a mimeograph machine and making stencils is something worth while knowing. Lower center picture: Taking dictation by shorthand is almost like learning a foreign language. Students are shown here practicing their shorthand exercises. Lower right picture: Pupils who are contemplating a legal profession will find the Commercial Law classes helpful in obtaining the rudiments of law. 28 rtist's Touch dd Beaut to Life The girls' rest room will soon bloom forth with a set ot gaily painted screens made entirely by members of the Art classes, another one of the many Art projects. These are some ot the girls who are responsible for this contribution. Unusual one man Art exhibits display thevwide talent ot some of our best Art students. Norman Ross is the artist in this display. This is but a small part of his great variety of drawings. At the reception at the Stevens Hotel given tor Miss Robertson, retiring Art supervisor, fancy favors of metallic paper and aluminum foil made by Stein- metz Art students decorated the party tables, and here We see some pupils busily engaged in producing them. 29 .Q W Q na 'S we ls A s .Q 3 X x wx K X ff be ff gd..::g.,, x ,,1s?ff5. W W. F2 X py- Q W-15 Af X ., ii X ,Q .... L' A- ' .x .....:.q. N .X X , X S w X. x Y gi . A ww ,fzxifi A gxgwf 1 yew: i X: ' Q, x xi:-5: x Nr, if .agifi 3255? ? 5 S v X we A 'F 1 2' xx 2 S :-Y? WX XX M Pupil Look Into Pa t and Pre ent E ent Upper leit picture: This student is making cr report ot her visit when she attended u U.N. Confer- ence in New York in the toll of the yectr. Upper right picture: Committees in U.S. History work on the topic of "Former ond his Problems." This is ci pcirt of the Unit known os Prices und Business down to the present day. Lower leit picture: Some classes make Q study of the current topics of the dcxy gathering informa- tion and working together in smcrll committees. Lower right picture: This is but Q small portion of cr large group of History students who are cctlled together for important hrocxdcosts. ln this one they are listening to the President of the United Stcxtes. 31 Students examine the Star Fish in the biology lcrborcr- tory Where botcmy cmd zool- oqy ore taught mid very pleoscmt surroundings. UD E il! FD FD F11 5 F11 'E F11 S. . ,, QS it Zi ,::,z..',:.-efggifgf :i 5515? L 3'2"-aAA'E x 'Sty V Q xl? ' K .5 N ' -3 r ff --fwsvamg X M 'ig-1 . N Q Qs H, X 7 ,555 f f..gf,j: K lr. K . .K Q53 in N1 xhh . lN t?5,.A wgs I m m Xe 1 A 'V Vw ., rv' m m . N 4. i m :..,1.. 2 k' A A 'Q Q. 'W is. fs. S Q X 'x .. F+ X . . K A fx 1" . 4155. 5 . Q.l X Ii ' X A .. 1..H E - v' ff' H" 5- L S .x.AX l W . A .4 g 5 A S ...z,?- -Q A Ai... .E ef .. x ' Q A Af 2a-:'- gs.. . J ks . .. 35.1 f . - xi Q -A-Q. iw. . affix' -.Q-M, :xKhgg:',1x,., .i.,,,,.',1, . ln ,?q,ul1 K," x' fuii'Wk ' fig' -1 .,.. ., X- X , .. sm, "' -1. - 5 Wann! 5 -,-- Ka, W. .4 .1 55... N ,, 5 5 , 5 'Twin '- W 1 -S.-S: E93 Mr Y ' , W.,0..a-H"'A" 35-7'A , ,, , A -. Q 'K .A 2 E en Cookin Can Be Done cientificall Upper left picture: Bean slicer gets a work out while other younq cooks prepare the icing for the freshly baked cookies. Upper right picture: Girls try out the new cookie presser and cake decorator on the tempting cakes and cookies that they have just removed from the oven of the new qas stove. Center right and lower left picture: Physics students learn about various types of levers, pulleys and balances. They are taught to find out the amount of pulleys needed for lifting certain objects. Lower right picture: Girls as well as boys are interested in Chemistry. Here a group is working on Weight of certain chemicals after being heated. 34 A athematic H lt Problem T00 Upper left picture: The camera caught the teacher right in the crct cl giving out the dreaded quarterly grades. Upper right picture: Concrete geometric figures are used to intensify the pupils' imcxqe of the solids. Lower left picture: Mathematics cover cr great cxrecx of Work and the pupils find many cmgles to it which they bisect cmd trisect. 35 ., rifz, 1X5 T Wg-PQ. mfiifix :Sm x Q ,S :YXZ'iXw1?m ,V Iglgfhfpifgkgigg . x ve,-R9 f 7 3-:'a::xSGif1wfz-f M Qui? fi - . 1 . mffsbgf SN :Cf ' ,Q a M, - ,X "Xi, 'kaiff X51 . , X. ms vw W ,,, ,sr TB?-1:51 i ii 'sam 7-7 X -I xg x :N-:WS i lx Q :mink 5-gb ' . 84,5 - V wf-M15 :Qi - Y M wif F Q-5, X N X M . X 1 QW Y I L 13. mlkifi X . 510. M , X XS 23,3 . X XS..-3: X -X ' xk:f.ii?x 2 :rw lndu trial rt Class on Pievie Upper left: Mechanical Drawing instructor points out some important facts to remember. Upper right: Woodshop boys find fun in making boats and airplanes. Center leit: Making toys is a yearly Christmas project in the shop. Center right: Printing department teaches boys how to do a good stitching job. Lower left: Students are trained to set type for small jobs about the school. Lower center: Others are busy with type composition, proofing type and tieinq type form Lower right: Boys get a thrill when they are ready to run the press. 37 'ISK Q xg? Pi RLY '?5?5f??: K L Q: f . ,. xi f RQ Avia EYYFK X . Handy en Keep Home To ether Upper left: Teacher explains the mechanism of a valve as students observe. Upper center: Young draflsman is carefully working out the assignment. Upper right: Individual help io siudenis clears up many difficulties. ,. Lower lell: Lamps, lie-racks, book-ends and toys are lurnecl out from wood-shop. Lower right: Boys are instructed in making blue prints: one is puiiinq it in roll: another is doing ihe washing. 39 101: Row l: I. Stubbe, I. Tomala, P. Andersen I Sveinsso C G. Alberli. Row 2' E W1 , . n, . Miceli, . . iliamson, A Teqtow M L D. Kaihrein A Wons ff . , . educ, C. Ott , . o . B. Iunqe, N Schcemann R ner, D She-pley B G . . ow 3: E. Droh: . , , . ehrinqer, B. Rolfs R Starck Row 4' TC Milla'd . . , C. Eckert, V. Pull. . .. 1 , W. Vallee, G. Witt, A, Rizzo, D. Feddern, P. Henriksen, D. Kyllinqstad. Row 5: E. Reschke, S. Kourakis, I. Mul- vihill, I. Krenqer, E. Herrmann, W. Gohr, D, Pollas. Ere hmen Freshies fall for ev erylhing A s here you plainly see Some smart young "dub" told the lad Riding the elevator is quite the has fad. 102: Row I: H. Mennella, R. Bitlourna, E. Vesper P Brand M. De Smidt S lense , . , V. Miolto, , . n. Row 2: I. Mucha, I. Wirth, L. Roll, A. Petrowski, D. Hanson, M. Rudford. L. Stopa. Row 3: M. Scaiide, D. Gosstrom, T. Watt, S. Donald, M. Azzato, C. Terryberry, B. Lee. Row 4: E. Gloppen, G. Madison, I. Lantz, C. Porto, N. Sustrom, G. l-lasenauer. Row 5: S. Lavnick, Mr. S chutter, V. Gerlach. Pre hmen Row 1: F. Wood, I. Carlin, R. Kujala, C. Lemke, W. Malley, I. Babikien, I. Hill. Row 2: A. Kielack, A. Merriman, L. Sowa, A. Mientus, M. Hess, N. Lauer, Miss Cushing, B. Tarraqano Row 3: S. lversen, D. Kastner, D. Gutherbet, C. Bittner, W Thieme, D. Balms,'L. Iust, H. Sandstrom. Row 4: R. Schroeder, F. Alessandro, P. Stamper, T. Nelsen, R. Iensen, S. Arabian E. Focht, P. Herd. RowA5: E. La Tour, R. Hart, I. Vifagner, K Peters, W. Harvey. 104: Row 1: F. Stennfeld, E. Bihun, I. Braqlia, A. Van Kerckdoe, D Duke, A. Szumlerz, P. Richards. Row 2: M. Petruzzelli, I. Seite pant, R. Mershon, S. Caveman, D. Iames, L. Tyrolt, E. Schultz E. Braun. Row G: I. Borowy, S. Nelson, M. Andrews, G. Dona hue, P. Iohnsen, E. Me-issner, N. Kulczyk, Miss Boqowicz. Row 4: R. Pavlik, R. Zielke, W. Hawkins, E. Iasik, R. Kosinslci H. Stutz, L. Motyka, D. Cudzich. Row 5: T. Lambert, G. Davis I. Lonerqan, W. Koepple, I. Koepple, R. Zoltek. 105: Row 1: M. Arendt, V. Zimmerman, E. Kapsis, I. De Foe, M Tauber, T. Moneqato, R. Losey. Row Z: V. Barlen, D. Berecz I. Brown, N. Bucci, D. Heinlein, M. Lundqren, D. Wlcdek, B Iustinen. Row 3: N. Fredericks, B. Zimmerman, K. Schaeffer R. Burns, E. Krause, I. Bolender, I. Iahns, L. Baker, Mrs. Bren- nock. Row 4: L. Dougherty, Z. Tanas, H. Mulch, W. Allen, R Palmer, D. Campbell, A. Graham, I. Malleck. 106: Row 1: R. Gliot, G. Hoy, M. Okamoto, M. Kucz, D. Nania, M Pale-lla, T. Rispoli. Row 2: A. Ernrath, W. Weber, M. L. Szabo C. Persino, K. Talzreiter, I. Kurzer, N. Kramer, E. Nowicki Row 3: D. Cammisar, I. Kleczewski, T. Oqorzalek, M. Walters C. Baldwin, N. Tavitian, C. Schaeffer, C. De Bonis, N. Garrett L. Stick. Row 4: I. Cutchin, W. Metz, D. Banks, R. Booth, W Challinos, G. Carmen, R. Schumacher, G. Leindecher, R. An drew, T. Grenke. 1 Pre hmen 107: , Row 1: C. Carollo, N. Kachiqian, M. Pohl, C. Trestrail, A. Gaskill, C. Hudson, T. Bauer. Row 2: M. Delgarian, I. Pack, l.. Galli, R Deznotrion, B. Shaw, W. Bjork, L. Simoncelli, I. Mazzarella. Row 3 L. Gunther, C. Tcrnasic, R. Lipske, M. Iohnsen, L. Spiller, D. Comiskey A. Lence, R. Hemwall, Miss Kinderrnan. Row 4: T. Weier, D. Vetter R. Scurlo, R. Tracy, W. Barr, K. Kost, R. Gates, I. Pcdraza, R. Nelson 108: Row 1: S. Berth, I. McVicar, H. Boyajian, D. Dellarinqa, P. Lemke E. Schenk, D. Lovill. Row 2: H. Aclamowicz, S. Reiholec, D. Raytar, D. Taylor, I. Depp, I. Clarke, I. Bern, R. Larocca. Row 3: M. Chris topher, A. Malz, M. Knick, G. Irons, B. Trybus, R. Kcbat, N. Ruzycki R. Olson. Rcw 4: M, Arnold, R. Doennecke, Mr. Thompson, W. Tansor T. Hintz, E. Booth. 109: Bow 1: I. Ianiqa, A. Pauling, I. Caccavari, I. Lambert, D. Sennet Row 2: H. Wapierski, R. Ferrini, R. Kohler, I. Pahlke, R. Heffernan 1 G. Pisanko, W. Danloe. Row 3: B. Brunelli, C. Nystrom, E. Halla C. Thompson, W. Czarny, S. Miller, E. Marchiori. Row 4: D. Lukowicz B. Day, K. Ellis, I. Thompson, H. Bussewitz. Row 5: M. Kremke B. Elliott, D. Westphal. X. The Freshies' first few Steinmetz days Put them in of doleful maze Some lose their books and programs too And We heard of one' who lost his shoe. ,A Fra hmen 154: How 1: I. Lieqqi, D. Cruikshank, I. Pe-sceone P. Garry, C. Peterson, B. Graham, S. Gregson, R. Bobzin, M. Harlunq, D. Baker. Row 3: A. Brylas, B. Barnas, N. Schoemann, A. Fanstill. Row 4: P. Velden, N. Lippmann, E. Hellqren, D. Martin, D. Harrington, E. Neff, I. Frey. Row 5: R. Larson, , S. Lorenz. Row 2: K. Schultz, W. Coulter, I. Kunter. 156: Row 1: G. Kryql, L Hampton, I. Crites, S. Scardina. Row 2: I. Norsworthy, M. Neuhaus, D. Lostumo, I. Piltelkow, H. Wesc- litz, E. Arcuri. Bow 3: D. Anderson, S. Shure, N. Levene, C. Tallant, L. Nitsche, I. Prclti, N. Swanson. Row 4: I. Moberq, R Kent, M. Pontarelli, W. Ruhlin, B. Ruhrman, I. Giese, I. ' h Miss Ziemann. Row 5: I. Pecta, L. Lrcht, S. Satre, R. Iosep , Papenbrook. 155: 1 P Harmon M Laurenzano, M. Tenuta, D. Sergott. Row : . , . Row 2: D. Neutz, I. Schulz, V. Stamm, D. Ianusek, F. Durinski. Row 3: C. Lopata, A. Kilman, R. Irvine, D. Ianis, I. Losacco, R. Parolin. Row 4: R. Wendt, N. Marshall, I. Plummer, R. 5: T. Harte, A. Thiel. Langer, A. Rich, A. Passo, I. Hoyer. Row P. Whitcomb, L. Kreuzer, W. Fritzinger, R. Kalas, I. Furmanslci, D. Miller, Mrs. Zwicky. 157: Row 1: C. Calabrese, A. Huebner, I. Krenek, D. Kruse. Row 2: H. La Rock, I. Vertone, L. Ceccarelli, M. Voyda, I. De Night. B b rt- D. lfelle, V. Havice, RCW 3: L. Munqer, A. Larsen, I. u e , . D. Nufer. Row 4: R. Head, I. Christopherson, I. Finley, I. Per rier, B. McKay, R. Riqoni, E. Lorenc. Pre hmen 110: Row 1: W. Kamin, N. Kristoffersen, M. Portincaso, G. Cerceo D. Lombardi. Row 2: N. Mueller, M. Rossini, M. Lavieri, A Webb, C. Volpe, I. Bartholornae. Row 3: B. Kuhlrnann, S Henclren, G. Gomer, M. Colanclo, N. Tuclcy, B. Schaefer, B Lenberq. Row 4: D. Kuhns, I. Legones, I. Kandler, P. Peshek R. Briney, B. Schmil, T. Opiela, A. Erlandson. Row 5: G. Gre- nier, H. MacGregor, Miss Haley, B. Welnhofer, R. Donahue 112: Row 1: M. Witiek, S. Behrens, D. Savaiano, L. McCowan, C Ianosiewicz. Row 2: R. Polluck, T. Burns, D. Dalyk, D. Penn F. Richter, L. Kiesel. Row 3: B. Rice, I. Marlovitz, E. Cuiler, R. Lueih, L. Monk, A. Williams. D. Dahlke. Row 4: R. Massaro A. Alhaie, V. Newman, L. Mariinus, G. Iohnson, L. Drabik, M Goyack. Row 5: Miss Weaver, R. Anderson, F. Fernandez, P Goardsmoe, I. Schwariz, R. Gerlach. 111: Row 1: I. Iohnson, R. Comitz, L. Kaczorowski, M. Whiiney, R. Hermansen, C. Wysocki. Row 2: E. Kern, G. Wolodkin, I. Carbone, I. Creaqh, D. Lankford, D. Farley. Row 3: D. Sami. A. Frankian, A. Palesch, I. Lenke, I. Verba, M. Geiger, G. Pe-lz, N. Clouston. Row 4: D. Knapp, B. Korth, I. Stalbus, P. Emmel, G. Caialdi, L. Moore, I. Serwinski, C. Erlandson. Row 5: Miss Blythe, P. Genova, D. Robson, H. Regner, L. King, R. Franke, K. Munch, C. Perrone, D. Scxcharski. 113: Row 1: I. Mellema, I. Gillis, D. Shambian, A. Cicero, C. Hell- strom. Row 2: C. Moriensen, L. Robaiclek, V. Zurad, I. Amerski, B. Klauer, E. Cappelletii. Row 3: B. Dentler, M. Krajec, D. Byan, A. Enqclahl, M. Kawal, C. Van, L. Menini. Row 4: I. Picciuca, E. Frisk, R. Wilson, L. Kampka, R. Triithcxrclt, F. Pumilia, K. Darqo. Row 5: T. Frye, I. Karas, R. Mathews, R. Allan, A. Raquse, D. Sloiz. Pre hmen 151: Row 1: A. Hall, M. Gurnicz, A. Goclee, M. Williams, D. Getz, P. Fcxusl Row 2: E. Icxnsen, M. Ol-zerblom, R. De Night, N. Walsh, R. Di Tom- mcfso, I. Coats, K. Muellner. Row 3: P. Kildohl, I. Bubert, R. Mertens D. Moorhouse, C. Wood, A. Zuhlsdorl, L. Drofz. Row 4: C. Tosccmo K. Gray, I. Sydow, S. Anderson, M. Iordcrl, R. Neuenfeld. 152: Row 1: M. Ebel, P. Lcrrson, D. Funk, D. Gcxlion, R. Borchcxrdt. Row 2: E. Kostlevy, D. Pretorius, C. Peterson, R. Cleven, C. Hctten, A. Zeimet Row 3: E. Lcxlly, I. Cirinqione, M. Bolen, M. Fencil, D. Schoenbeck L. Becxdell. E. Krcrtochvil. Row 4: D. Feltes, I. Dombeck, Miss Utziq 153: Row 1: B. Dziocko, G. Lcr Bcirbercz, 1. Peterson, A. Rcxmbert, P. Bradley, V. Anqelino. Bow 2: B. Armentrout, M. Kimmel, L. Gaede, D. Peter, M. Gerry, L. Lo Riisso, G. Brcxschko. Row 3: G. Spcxtcxro, L. Fisher K. Schiller, I. Lance, VV. Fcmninq, L. Thompson, L. Fieri. Row 4: Mrs Heqe, D. Sobek, I. Rasmussen, M. Nelson, Pt. Pfcmnkuche, F.Cc1ppuccio. 1 1 It's quite a common sight to see A green young frosh at half past three Finding her locker in distress . Must let the clipper do the rest. ophomore 201: Row 1: E. Ploder, P. Wbiciechowski, A. Speechley, M. Corbett, A Seubert, M. I-lultin, P. Calderone. Row 2: H. Pelzer, I. Grootveld, A Caccavari, I. ldestron, R. Magad, M. Maas, M. Young. Row 3: L Albrecht, R. Kurns, P. Meier, M. Mehan, M. Nielsen, H. White, C. Montecalvo. Row 4: T. Bowler, I. Kennedy, S. Tavitian, W. Revak S. Kudela, I. Caveman. Row 5: W. McMahon, C. Spitelc, M. Peterson 202: Rcw 1 : M. Krause, M. Roszkowski, D. Zinn, E. Bernstein, S. Liberty, V. Grunde. Row 2: I. Hartiq, G. Reed, A. Pedersen, R. Zaluska, I. Iohnson, L. Anda. Row 3: B. Radeck, R. Krus, G. Anqelaccio, B. Nitschke, M. Olson, B. Cottingham. Bow 4: B. Schoolcraft, B. Hamann, I. Rutkcwski, I. Dudek, M. Tarpinian, I. Nelson, Miss Bujewslci. 203: Row 1: G. Hammer, M. Papaderos, M. Pinnelli, G. Polacek, C. Hughes, E. Shabez. Row 2: M. Aclclalia, B. Lynest, A. Shipilo, N. Patano, V. Bond, E. Cecchin. Row 3: M. Hopkins, K. Morando, L. Motzer, P. Gordon, B. I-lanelin, A. Schmidt, L. Morrison. Row 4: I. Torbiclc, R Halmbold, L. Evans, W. Musnicki, R. Biarnesen, C. Pedersen, M Ganql. How 5: F. Hartl, Fi. Provenza, R. Spirko, H. Ellis, D. Chaber. 1 The Sophomore girl still gets a thrill Drying her locks in the locker grill. 4 ophomore 204: Row 1: R. Mazue, A. Andriano, M. Brand, A. Tanqi, L. Waller I. Muhr, V. Delia. Row 2: E. Meyer, M. Kisscme, N. Taylor, D. Giemza, I. Ullrich, C, Oftedahl, G. Fitzqibbons, B. Anderson Row 3: F. Braun, R. Nath, E. Dahl, C. Sikita, C. Schuetz, P. Gentz, S. Bradford, A. Ossler. Row 4: A. Olsen, R. Teuber G. Smith, H. Muehrinq, B. Muske, R. Dell-Arinqa, A. Broseqhini, I. Mazza. Row 5: D. Roberts, H. Okon. 206: Row 1: I. Enqlert, R. Colanclo, D. Kraft, I. Kuhn, M. Seaman S. Young, R. lrkfetz. Row 2: A. Weinberg, I. Bialelc, I. Hoppe 1 D. Arndt, H. Dittmer, M. Fisk. Row 3: P. Barid, R. Schaefer, R. Kuhr, G. Cannizzo, R. Klausch. E. Foclkenstein. Row 4: L. Korn, W. Hart, I. Ludmann, R. Boschelli, Miss O'Brien. I 1 205: Row 1: W. Nawrocki, E. Burnier, E. Becker, F. Ponzo, R. Sette- pani, E. Groe, M. Gimino. Row 2: S. Anderson, I. Tobolik, I. Hempel, G. Giese, N. Fergelec, D. Rogers, D. Witt, I. Seldon. Row 3: I. Schulist, E. Stromsdorfer, S. Wichert, F. Hardt, M. Permanian, R. lnnocenti. Row 4: V. Rizzo, T. Varouxakis, E. Lake, R. Schubert, A. Hofmann, K. Rasmussen. 207: Row 1: l. Opaqer, D. Creqer, I. Sanzone, A. Concboy, L. Rott- mueller, M. Heltzel, B. Mitchell. Row 2: I. Kocol, S. Schoeier- nacher, H. Wiesetzlce, M. Schenk, N. Boda, P. Ionasen, M. Dali, R. Christensen. Row 3: M. Sproveare, l-l. Skie, G. llodowanic, D. Roeinq, I. Lortie, l. Schultz, B. Miller, Miss Posse. Row 4: V. Rimnac, C. Goldsmith, P. Holland, M. Diebold, G. Bosch. G. Polzalc, P. Hayes, W. Steskal. CNot pictured, D. Klenskej x .S..,.--V X L S 6' QW NSS P3 ,X g ,Y PE six fx, ,wwf ophomore 211: Row 1: S. Anderson, C. Kraus, I. Iohnson, L. Mack, F. Russo D. Wenta, M. Kuudsen. Row 2: G. Robaidek, B. Slinkman, M Wiencek, C. Hallinan, B. Shields, D. Nelson, M. Wermich Row 3: E. Zehnder, P. Beiswenqer, P. Ryan, I. Meadowcroft E. Hackemer, A. Von Helms, I. Satava. Row 4: P. Morris, I. Hale, G. Iahnke, O. MacDutf, A. Heineman, D. Garber, G. Dorn. Row 5: B. Orr, I. Hedstrom, R. Adrian, I. Kroll, Mr. Spiecker. 213: Row 1: I. Skogen, A. Struscz, I. Koziarz, D. Kissel, B. Leqones, G. Moretti, I. Mr:Manis. Row 2: K. Carlin, A. Tumolo, I. Mos- cinski, D. Appelhans, M. Lindskovq, G. Kuras, M. Quigley, I. Tealor. Row 3: Mrs. Haas, P. Skehan, M. Kelton, S. Penoslci, I Resoq, F. Palmer, D. Noelte, D. Hallas, I. Pauls. Row 4: P. Robertson, I. Thomson, L. Marino, L. McGrath, B. Tranter, D. Robertson, C. Milles, R. Lizcn. Row 5: R. l-lnat, I. Zaleski, R. Potempa, W. Muzyka, B. Iohnson. 212: Row 1: D. Anqarola, C. Cox, A. Krause, D. Saia, B. Brenner, E. Galvin, L. Holder. Row 2: G. Siwe, I. Kieffer, P. Trawinski, G. Dudek, F. Hozeluh, L. Madden. Row 3: M. Iacobs, P. Mc Laughin, M. Kubian, R. Niedermeyer, D. Iohnson, E. Zagorski. H. Pauly, I. Wehlau. Row 4: H. Warmer, R. Henricks, R. Buch- weitz, R. Iaccbson, T. Pechous, C. Eldridge, P. Schawe, T. Rosasco. 214: Row 1: B. Bauer, M. Wisnoski, C. Christensen, S. Bouillon, G. Barica, M. I-lczupert, E. Endler, D. Duncan. Row 2: E. Musland, I. Elander, C. Schwinqel, E. Lavcmdoski, M. Stahlecker, G. Riqioni, E. Gash, A. Herbert. Row 3: I. Kalirxowski, D. Her- mestroff, D. Lexow, V. Gustafson, M. Scalone, N. Abwerider, L. Meyer, L. Wilson, S. Ieronin, Miss Berqh. Row 4: W. Geiger, I. Kuczma, R. Amcxto, I. Panqbom, G. Eimond, A. Beltey, C. Franke, R. Lombardi. we NM Swx Q , WF . x - 2.-,Q . 2 Q X X K ,fb A. AZ IMVQSQE W X X 4 X 3354 Qffgi 3 .ii ' 'gg AQ? Si Lx '. if xkkfas 'w ' Q N is 5 K 4 pf, 41 X , if AQXA sig' 1 , , AQ 3.3 1 Q figsmggaf ff -A fm, 5 1 5-Y QQ 5 fx? u , 2. V , ,gk . 4 Sl:-R X -' ex wa, i sl ' 2 ' 2 x M - A 49952 A X X iw! Q: , . gww ,Q 'f. 1:5 NW' ' 6 . ' n SK . A Q 'Q , Q., NX., 34 . Q6 E W K X . X Egw x :gif 1 -SK' JS '!sgN is 4 .. QS YK xii? my 'U ,ze 553 K Sm Yvv-. 5 2 Y. Q ophomore 255: Row 1: C. DeMarco, D. Carroll, T. Naihansen, Z. Ruqq, G Krawczak, R. Peacock, G. Springer. 'Row 2: I. Guetlick, I. Re mus, N. Spann, I. Kiemle, A. Pidwell, L. Miller, A. Tarpinian Row 3: Mr. Swern, W. Hollensieiner, A. DiPrigio, S. Larson, C Ielke, W. Schreiber, I. Stenseng, L. Pinkham. Row 4: V. Min erva, C. Stein, R. Habich, V. Kasman, P. Kidd, R. Slezalc, D Rogers, T. Ramicone. Row 5: P. McCave, P. Iohnson, R. Lange 256: Row 1: D. Welch, V. Doyle, N. Stamos, L. Siuari, l. Bona, B Hansen, G. Kroeker, H. Thomason. Row 2: Mrs. Hadley, O. Doumanian, I. Dori, B. Poierier, B. Sayre, M. Morfis, M. Scar- pelli, M. Iohnson. Row 3: P. Meyers, B. Casperson, A. Good- ing, I. Norling, R. Picciuca, D. Rusieberq, D. Koller, M. Camp- bell, B. Meetz, I. Tyszko. Row 4: B. Osirowski, E. Koziol, R. Clot, N. Savaiano, R. Klenske, I. DiLeonardi, I. Harrington, N. Honcharuk, R. Schwed. Row 5: M. Rossi, R. Coniqlio, C. Lin- dahl. 254: Row 1: C. Kryzak, W. Karp, P. DeVries, I. Martin, E. Mariinelc S. Kruokow. Row 2: V. Broms, C. Marx, G. Messenger, L. An- derson, A. Pagliardini, M. Otienbacher, R. Bressan, Miss Orn stein. Row 3: V. Malherek, E. Loerzel, I. Iensen, B. Franz, S Sikorsky, F. Radosta, R. Olsszowka, W. Roses. Bow 4: R Chmura, R. Wozny, A. Streeiz, T. Fricano, T. Wennerston, I Darnico, C. Fabian, R. Steigerwald. Row 5: W. Coniker, R Forsqren, F. Skoblikofi, C. Purnell, O. Homon, E. Granath. 257: Row 1: C. Cribari, E. Burnier, M. Hudock, V. Houdek, B. Arm- isiead, I. Musgrave, E. Baglian. Row 2: I. Suerth, R. Borchardt I. McGuire, P. Creely, N. Walker, L. Sand, H. Tcrragano, S Falzone. Row 3: Miss Hoffman, A. White, V. Schuhrke, M Teich, E. Barabash, R. Kuizmer, N. Austerrnuehle, P. Anderson A. Boone. Row 4: R. Niemiec, I. Kujala, E. Fischer, A. An clersen, D. Epifano, B. Bariel, F. D'Ascenzo, I. Murphey. Iunior 302: Row 1: G. I-Iaubrich, Ranieri, I. Byrne, I. Zajic, G. Helwig, G. Euqelhardt, M. Gorgiulo. Row 2: C. Dennler, R. Sanli, B. Kroeker, V. Guskey, M. Iay, B. Pelzer, I. Doum. Row 3: L. Westrnan, R. Ander- son, R. Meyers, F. Kohlmeyer, R. Harland, I. Nieolin, R. Hahn, M. Hayburn. Row 4: S. Lersch, T. Iurelc, W. Hanson, I. Sabas, L. Zit- kus, R. Erehm, B. Rost, I. Doneqan. 303: Row 1: L. Leonaroluzzi, C. Harrison, L. Humbeutel, F. Aloisio, T. Fon- tana, I. Scopes. Row 2: S. Tootooian, B. Dyba, I. Valiquet, I. Broud, M. Stacey, P. Kennedy, L. Thomas, I. Isadore. Row 3: N. Valin, R. Brcckmann, B. Rowe, R. Zdeb, I. Krzton, C. Michalak, S. Iehnke, R. Murphy, F. Klakowicz. Row 4: R. Iames, R. Masterson, F. Strapkl, M. Otto, I. Goldsmith, H. Westman, P. Waters. 304: Row 1: B. Spurlin, A. Thetford, E. Wieqelman, R. Novak, B. Schultz, E. Ellinqer, P. Hoy. Row 2: A. Matiasek, G. Eiqenhauser, P. Robson, B. Laurenzano, E. Noqan, I. Anderson, I. Forsyth, D. Duckhorn. Row 3: C. Nestmann, S. Iensen, M. Bruns, B. Christensen, R. Leibendguth, L. Gerali, T. Kowalski, R. Schulz, I. Kahr. Row 4: D. Shoard, H. Ber- necki, A. Cranmer, C. Whitney, W. Nagy, R. Kowal, W. Walczalc, G. Iohnson, C. Schultz. The The The The Iunior Miss goes in for clothes, latest fashion and newest modes, hooded coat both plaid and plain, foremost number it became. Iunior 305: Row 1: S. Christensen, A. Sosine, H. Gurnicz, H. Cherne, O Anderson, A. Silta, I. Kiefer. Row 2: L. Walker, L. Griffith, E. Milas, D. Hastings, S. O'Brien, P. Netzel, B. Iensen, L. Romaq nano. Row 3: D. Kloc, I. Curtiss, D. Kolinsky, L. Wittenberg E. Smith, I. Klis, H. Veremis, Mrs. Crane. Row 4: H. Miller, I. Zielzer, I. Dorn, R. Biqoness, W. Bowler, I. Ccniorti, E., Krebs B. Flammini. Row 5: V. Spilotro, I. Mall, H. Sanders, L. Muno. 307: Row 1: I. Gildarski, B. Roeser, L. Lansing, I. Pyknen, M. Henry I. Grisanti, S. Goerqen. Row 2: M. Arriqo, W. Brodd, B. Koch, M. Burqe, D. Fendi, E. Fechner, C. Ianis, R. D'Alessandro. Row 3: D. Trasatti, E. Lutter, C. Henning, L. Grill, C. Cooper, R. Bailey, R. Schaffer, Miss Kilburn. Row 4: R. Romansky, I. Bechard, N. Houston, D. Wappner, L. Rusnok, H. Milier, R. Clark, E. Veqeais, E. Kaloustian. Row 5: I. Siastny, V. Baldi. 306: Row I: I. Flesch, D. Renda, L. Downs, C. Melau, G. Hornewer A. Henniq, A. DiVito. Row 2: M. Colombo, L. Scharek, I Kwasigroch, E. Cox, B. Iepsen, S. Schwerdtner, M. I-lilstrom, N Cook, I. Pastornia. Row' 3: L. Ewalci, D. Halrriiniak, E. Hacker M. Zernone, R. Keyes, R. Tenqberg, W. Vivona, Miss McKillip Row 4: S. Calclrone, I. Gawlicki, R. Dolon, E. Phebus, E. Frornm E. Schillmoeller, B. Fredericksen, I. McGuire. Row 5: K. Io- hannsen, R. Wooley, P. Shannon. 308: Row 1: I. Oldham, A. Palmi, C. Szczeblowski, E. Leineweber D. Pierine, A. De-Hey, G. Chylewski. Row 2: V. Packer, A Waska, E. Syversen, D. Borowy, P. Berenda, R. Sotirakopulos I. Castro, M. Iohnson. Row 3: M. Gord, D. Pierce, N. Iverson M. Tellschow, D. McCann, D. Sackrison, S. Lovenclahl, R. Mu- zik. Row 4: R. Pillar, G. Steinhardi, E. Bowdish, I. Pader, R Olson, G. Cimely, I. Di'I'arcli, B. Kozlovich, R. Gilles. f Iunior 309: Row 1: M. Thyfault, I. Iohnson, B. Dagian, S. Bendiq, F. Sarnowski L. Yousko, I. Blaha. Row 2: R. Bracco, A. Roegner, D. Boyd, R. Pre torius, P. Grosch, A. Hjerlstedt, L. Herrnansen, R. Gallagher. Row 3 D. Fredericks, E. Sorensen, L. Netterslrom, R. Petersen, I. Pawlikow- ski, I. Shafer, D. Lidstrom. Row 4: D. Brunk, D. Sorensen, R. Wilson R. Selzer, T. Rasmussen, R. Anderson, M. Havlicek. 310: ' Row 1: I. Meyer, E. Sheridan, G. Smolke, O. Kushner, D. Thomas, B Kaeseberq, A. Hayes. Row 2: I. Owens, D. Morris, A. Krischke, M Roos, L. Petersen, E. Sarama, D. Garbarski. Row 3: M. Heimberqer, R. Moehle, T. Galli, M. Woodbury, L. Rocchi, D. Taqliere. Row 4: G. Blanas, I. Klebek, V. Sacchetti, A. Zurawski, E. Kranc, Miss Con soer. Row 5: F. Dunn, A. DeTolve, R. Schubbe, E. Larson, I. Sarina I. Leahy, D. Spitzoculc. 311: Row 1: H. Nahabedian, T. Napoletano, C. Kacheris, F. Antonson, B Keller, D. Wesclitz, I. Horne. Row 2: D. Feustel, C. Rolls, F. Petersen, M. Hallinan, B. Lundahl, I. Mueller, R. Drago. Row 3: I. Bostrorn P. Allan, G. Haas, E. l-lennings, P. Interdonato, D. Epstein. Row 4 H. Tonnesen, D. Sevon, B. Ross, B. Rosone, S. Bonomo, C. Pahl. 1 1 No wardrobe seems to be complete Unless with pleats it is replete, That torso style that's all the rage Is seen on many a fashion page. lunior Row 1: S. Iewell, B. Krueger, D. Fischer, E. Schuller, B. Kleck- ner, A. Dimperio, H. Arger. Row 2: M. Steinke, I. Aland, P Colfax, B. Eck, I. Williams, I. Conoboy, E. Iones. Row 3: M Kasallis, R. Gronke, D. Harringion, D. Sludhalier, M. Mosby I. Steliensen, L. Herbst. Row 4: W. Mclnerney, M. Perry, D Nasti, I. Lynn, F. Lansky, H. Stubbs. Row 5: D. Kulpinski, E. Baker, T. Balwin. 314: How 1: C. Osberg, P. Emmerling, R. Pernicone, A. Sorensen M. Cilio, I. Kulla, M. Trieb. Row 2: R. Siengren, E. Oquist, I Kusznieruk, M. Sheppard, D. Corso, D. Poclkulski, P. Peitenuzzo. Row 3: E. Folz, R. McAndrews, E. Nocek, I. Tolomer, R. Farina M. Kita, I. Nelson. Row 4: Miss Braddock, I. Iohansen, R Buchweitz, R. Sinkovec, A, Noehre, R. Kumerow, B. Kruse, B V. Bergstrom. Row 5: E. Sell, M. Sveinsson, M. Christensen, L. Amberqer, L. Rokusek. 1 313: Row 1: I. Wenger, B. Feldman, P. Del Principe, E. Fege, I. Dale, S. Sicuro, I. Humbeutel. Row 2: L. Kopioe, M. Wagner, M. Kruse, N. Marsh, D. Swatek, E. Orsahl, S. Tracy. Row 3: G. Warren, M. L. Manlell, L. Davidson, N. Dennsiedt, I. Ricci, M. Merrill, A. Nicolai. Row 4: Mr. Chidester, R. Clark, W. Kraus, D. Verdonck, T. Lisinski, F. Cristiano, V. Scardina. Row 5: C. Chase, G. Nelson, I. Weeks, M. Lange. 315: Row 1: S. Doniger, B. Whipple, S. Markiewicz, V. Anderson, I. Troslrud, E. Schwartz, D. Sramek. Row 2: B. Wasik, N. Ienks, A. Line, R. Bizzolto, M. Lunclman, M. Renaudo, D. Ek- berg. Row 3: A. ShiDPY, G. Hansen, V. Bieze, N. Erickson, B. Helmer, M. Smith, B. Sorensen, R. Black. Row 4: R. Cox, B. Troccoli, P. VanBuren, M. Bushman, M. Leirnbeck, S. Kraut- strunk, B. Clarke, R. Nelson. Row 5: Miss Sechler, A. Asbach, T. Slocco, D. Gilclner, D. Boehm, F. Digilio, R. House. Iunior 351: Row 1: C. Perrone, H. Hill, V. Braun, A. Fuller, D. Lauten, S. Kohler. Row 2: C. Manqeisdorf, B. Hasselberqer, l. Norell, I. Pollman, C. Es- sers, C. Burmeister, D. Neri. Row 3: D. Akerlund, I.. Morrison, P. Favia, B. Lalitusso, E. Barry, A. Hanson, E. Tarpinian, H. Kunz. Row 4: G. Lorman, A. Rozanski, D. Millar, F. Franke, A. Comiskey, I. Iacobson, D. Rutkowski, C. Wendt. 352: Row 1: E. 'Weston L. Carollo, A. Lepore, B. McQueen, L. Lauten- schlaqer, L. Karp. Row 2: I. Petrich, N. Peterson, A. Bonavolant, R. Vartabedian, R. Rogers, E. Shipilo, M. Vartabedian, B. Etheridge. Row 3: Mrs. Exharos, D. Grey, I. Henneman, D. Burns, D. Summer- field, R. Adams, C. Hansen, I. Corbett. Row 4: D. Holmes, I. Mar- zijlaino, I. Brown, W. Best, I. Kissel, R. l-lceninq, A. Kobos. 353: Row 1: I. Bonavolant, R. Matzner, G. Wallace, M. Madeen, N. Hart- man, B. Bockman, I. Boring. Row 2: R. Menotti, M. Kindstrand, I. Musland, B. Parks, L. Stjernberq, F. Shuey, G. Ianski, L. Stennfeld. Row 3: E. Fritz, M. Palella, T. Swanson, R. Wood, E. Walter, S. Von- drak, D. Boyle, I. DiMarca. Row 4: B. Cutrara, A. Bartolucci, R. Duske, C. Gangl, VV. Hansen, R. Ulrich, R. Hilstrom. Bows of silk tied under Gives snap to the dress And though they're not They may prove to be MQ? the chin without even a pin: the beaux that date the very best bail. lunior 354: How 1: D. Cross, P. Sumski, V. Galis, A. Voyda, F. Kirchner, C. Hen- dricksen. Row 2: R. Boyajian, V. Muszynski, M. Kruckcw, N. Mad- dalone, M. Bresscm, B. Bachar, T. Iohnson, W. Enqwall. Row 3: D. Battistoni, D. l-lardt, E. l-Ilovacek, D. Kruqger, B. Berq,'R. Sanders, B. Neberqall. Row 4: I. Fronlier, B. Vifohler, T. Monachello. 355: Row 1: S. Pokorni, G. Geske, G. Ziemke, M. Clough, E. Scarpelli, D. Santilli, G. LaPointe, Row 2: L. Buetow, E. Bretlner, B. Hultin, L. Olszewski, R. Nehrkcrn, V. Teichman, B. Smeiiers, R. Bracke lsiltinqb. Row 3: M. Kohler, B. Iohnson, C. Rohde, A. Moberq, L. Williamson, M. Parolin, A. Hill. Row 4: D. Nagel, D. Weslerberq, P. Dziadus, C. Iohns, I. Doumanian, T. Kumro, D. Cursoe, Mrs. Beach, L. Edwards. Row 5: I. Moser, L. Moro, W. Holm, R. Miller, R. Meyer, D. Pipin. 357: Row 1: L. Hoff, R. Lawrence, N. Welsch, D. Trampke, C. French, L. Holcomb. Row 2: S. Seltepani, A. Bucaro, I. Nolan, A. Pummer, C. Buthman, L. Buzinski, R. Schultz. Row 3: L. Greqorzek, L. Maurit, I. Schmidt, I. Clarke, R. O'Brien, L. Springer, I. Zarembka. Row 4: H. Saurmann, R. Iay, D. Armentrout, D. Glennie, R. Roll, D. Prosken, B. Parisoli. Row 5: O. Iohnson, T. Morrison. 358: Row 1: D. Kopfer, S. Smith, I. Mumber, G. Tonneson, M. Hoppe, G. DiLeonardi. Row 2: B. Tenuta, A. Sharapata, D. Dechow, I. Fair- child, P. Tyriver, V. LaPietro, W. Griswold. Row 3: R. Koch, R. Paulsen, I. Gnaski, L. Leone, M. McComb, H. Spears, R. Zollo. Row 4: R. Rosenvinqe, C. Piait, R. Strybel, R. Reinholer, R. Basara. X-. 359: Row 1: L. Skipton, N. Sloughier, C. Dunn, I. Weier, B. Iohnson, N. Crisiiano, I. Bredehorn. Row 2: I. Wiedenhofi, R. Urso, D. Voyia, G Halleman, A. Owerko, A. Solof, E. Leniz, C. Nielsen. Row 3: H. Les- nak, M. Larsen, C. Will, C. Nelson, K. Wilqren, M. McAvoy, A. Stone- berq, D. Sparks. Row 4: M. Buckley, I. Holzkamp, T. Brown, R Lund, F. Schmuck, M. Thomas, D. Kloih, R. Iacobsen. Row 5: K Feizner, R. Almassey, I. Leibrock, Mr. Brarnkamp, R. Kolseth. .sf A as 2 R . qw K' be X 5 x uf W xkfiw H 2? 5? sg- an 323 f l .A S ry. Q X X X A 5 5 M f , A E 5 ,+ F A Sk-.S Y. W: ' 2 'W' ,W X Sw XS 3 . A 34' YP. rg I Hg? YA K ix R kymgsa X Q SQ X xg? x Qs wX KX vm? 5 x , fx Q, S 1.4. K , . X Bw ,G ww xT1:f2?EE5i1E S1555 '- N Vw y x H ' . . . xmzw in 5 4 . 4 X. ,V . 1140 - ,am .A .Q awning V U-in ,i4,h. 1 in-' ,fp sf ,f ig ,.f'x.'?,. iz ,i 2 N5 L X sf? S lk! Q , Y , 2 Q. Q K k 2625 qw .A .f ikmsg. gmi- gvs A QN X ., ai -5 Nigga K X mg X -- amzxgy I N. . Q .Q , Q ' 53, Q ,. K m '- QAM - X 11535:-23' - -x E -WA: A, .wx enior 405: Row 1: I. Catalan, M. Arendt, B. Ebel, E. Rybinski, R. Kandler S. Gehlert, M. Hedges. Row 2: E. Streder, R. Anderson, G Anderson, M. Bressan, T. Michalak, D. Turner, E. Lasiewicz. Row 3: C. Beyer, G. Urban, S. Travers, M. Kulczyk, D. Brenny, N. Hjaltelin, R. Szczepcmik. Row 4: D. Shuldes, R. Snell, D Platt, G. Kezios, E. Heineman, D. Nelson. How 5: R. Litawa I. Rodman, R. Klein, I. Roemmelt, R. Allen, I. Craig. 408: Row 1: I. Ruoti, I. Neidhardt, H. Mayer, D. Radewaqen, C. Chiapetta. Row 2: I. Anderson, A. Gord, L. Grusling, A Woertz, B. Skinder, I. Bochte, I. Blumer. Row 3: I. Erickson I. Moeller, A. Kallin, L. Von Oppen, R. Schmuck, D. Garbar- ski, D. Poternpa. Row 4: B. Sajdera, T. Deley, G. Noehre, W Straessle, I. Tamburino, E. Smuda, G. Patterson, W. Odean. 407: Row 1: Miss Gruener, N. Costa, W. Van Tuyl, I. Holt, I. Ander- son, M. Bilka, T. Iablonski. Row 2: D. Hildebrand, B. Veskaut, R. Simonian, S. Neubauer, C. Blomquist, I. Brentano. Row 3: B. Gallagher, H. Iohnson, E. Gualano, C. Matusiak, C. Lager- holm, L. Byloff S. Berndt. Row 4: R. Godlewski, R. Eck, T Wrona, G. Kukla, K. Ahlstedt, E. Sloan. Row 5: D. Bartosch L. lversen, I. Merner, R. Reqner, I. Mueller, G. Scholz. 409: , Row 1: G, Corrado, R. Anderson, P. Klenk, D. Rekus, M. Ibsen C. Marzen. Row 2: I. Rispante, I. Kloss, B. Kluch, D. Hodo wanic, U. Esposito, P. Maday, D. Santoqrossi. Row 3: I. Friede E. Bartnick, M. Bartell, P. Olsen, E. Priest, E. Niedermeyer, M Cortez, M. Tabraham. Row 4: B. Hensel, H. Anderson, R. Gla- zowski, I. Bromstead, I. Oliveto, C. McGee, E. Bosworth, B Trestrail. Row 5: G. Graves, R. Williams, D. Mazukelli, R Demnicki, K. Ryq. 1 enior Row 1: D. DiStasio, I. Grirnm, M. Curtis, R. Giancola, F. Zurek, R. Lcckwcod, I. Malkiewicz. Row 2: D. Daley, D. Gundersen, E. Zybura, I. Kennedy, P. Gricler, I. Bonelii, N. Comelli. Row 3: R. Melqacrrd L. Falknor, I. Grossman, A. Teich, M. Stcrder, I. Mackintosh, R. Ras- mussen. Row 4: Miss Collopy T. Pillsbury, N. Dziedzic, N. Ballack, V. Bevan, R. Ziegler, R. Korabik, I. Berqe. 412: Row 1: M. Etterwind, H. Katzbeck, E. Tews, M. Callicrri, S. Sobczak E. Schmidt, I. Dautel. Row 2: Miss Dierks, R. Mallin, A. Kolany, I Lcsacco, R. Schenk, A. Ianke D. Hochbcxum, R. Herring. Row 3: L. Zcxlent, E. Zubritzky, I. Zwierzyna, I. Hans, P. Slilka, N. Hempel, R Ziekeri, D. Schmidt. Row 4: I. DiPumc1, G. Webster, H. Biarnesen E. Moeller, C. Darkin, R. Miller I. Mcl-Iuqh. Camera Shy: D. Kruse A. Prechodnik. 413: Row 1: I. DeFicre, R. Olszewski, L. Blackowske, M. Edenhoter, D Newlon, D. LoSasso. Row 2: F. Ehlers, M. Tavitian, E. Baldassin, B Meadowcroft, I. Luclman, M. Off, G. Roberis. Row 3: A. Thiede, F Carsen, A. Miller, P. Morrison, B. Hollabauqh, N. Neilsen, C. Brugge- mann. Row 4: H. Stcrchura, E. Ferraro, F. Palella, C. Kotars, C. Siers E. Bienias. Row 5: R. Erickson, A. Warner, K. Kasman. 1 1 Bulging pockets flatten as the money flits away, And Ienny's bulky hand-bag gets thinner every day, Maybe mother's helping hand will lend a little "touch," But deep down in their hearts, they know it Won't be very much. I enior 414: Row 1: A. Remus, L VanDerVliet, G. Wallace, B. Christopher, I. P' emo. Row 2: D. Mittricker, M. Matthews, M. Kostuck, S. Ziemer. ic A. Iohnson, A. Sadowski, M. Parsons. Row 3: E. Remke, K. Ahlsteclt, H. Piccinini, E. Rhino, H. Hacker, A. Lambert, B. Case. Row 4: E. Norlinq, B. Nowak, R. Anderson I. Thoss, L. Schilling, L. Olsen, M. " h C. Pratt. Row 5: C. Witt, E. Iohnson, L. Keller, E. Sneb, S. Frenc , Bohn. Row 6: I. Dubrovin, R. Miller, G. Lupo, Mrs. L. Fausel. 416. Row 1: I. Kelle, S. Spousta, I. Theisen, D. Rembecki, M. Cliristman, E. Marcelietti. Row 2: A. Scderholm, L. Scott, L. Flanagan, C. Biel, M. St enson, V. Wenqler, L. Hanke, S. Saalirank. Row 3: D. Tan- ev sor, W. Marzec, R. Malmqren, C. Sell, R. Dankert, I. Danloe, P. Rizzo. Row 4: ,X-l. Schmerler, W. Ray, A. Beckman, D. Disney, T. Berry, ' ' l D. H. Iones, I. Bailey. Rcw 5: Miss C. Roy, E. Olsen, I. Wie aus, Huelke, W. Marxer. an, B. Sobieszczyk, 417: Row 1: N. Kelly, D. Donald, M Boras, S. Spielm M. Pesce. Row 2: Miss Picchiotti, E. Burriclc, I. Gerhard, R. Front- k I Waltemade S Anderson, E. Hanson. Row 3: M. Smith, W. za , . , . Wienert, M. Regan, R. Zawiski, C. Walter, L. Zeller, I. Crudele. Row 4' S. Wisniewski. A. Schroeder, D. Shibley, E. Tranter, R. Ristau, B. . Pi h' , D. Whittaker. Row 5: R. Van Vooren, R. Schwartz, G r.sc mg Blair, W. Lutz. 418: Row 1: D. Kalomiris, P. McDonnell, L. Lawler, R. Barsz, M. Moens, G. DeGrazia, I. Ewin, D. Graves. Row 2: D. Neitzel, T. Epiianio, G. Frank, D. Cotiaro, F. Eimermann, R. Gayan, D. Lowe, R. Selleg. Row 3: S. Ioyce, L. Malisani, G. Baker, B. Dietrich, I. Bayuk, I. Blunka. - ll D D schner, B. Schuhani N. Stavoe R. Foellmer. Row 4. G. Russe , . a , , F. Omichinski, C. Stankiewicz. Row 5: Mr. Ruzicka, NV. Cooper, T Calvin, L. Balleto, B. Wiqqen. . 419: Row 1: D. Dyrda, I. Raia, B. Marazzo, M. Paqliai, E. Cecchin, D. Galuska P. Burgason, I. Mascarella. Row 2: Miss Grant, H. Castle- berry, S., Volk, E. Tolderlund, R. Fecleriqhi, L. Hahn, D. Iahnke. Row 3: F. Wallen, A. DiVito, S. Heck, L. Cascarano, M. Shea, L. Fross, R. ' ' N. K tt- Krupa, B. LeRoy. Row 4: R. Wilson, R. Ecker, R. Larkin, re ing, M. Hill, I. Mascarella, T. Mahoney. . enior Row 1: G. Brady, F. Settepani, M. Muscare, I. Iohnson, I. Fink, B. Lenski, A, LaPaqlia. Row 2: C. Osberg M. Fletcher, D. Paradiso, D. Swierczynski, A. Saporiio, I. Sanger, P. Neder. Row 3: Miss Foley, R. Saenqer, L. Campbell, A. Gallo, C. Maaqer, I. Unruh. Row 4: H Burmeister, F. l'-ludock, R. Szczepanik, L. Baslian. 453: Row 1: E. Schleehauf, I. Bjornesiad, S. Garling G. Fiorda, C. Nelson L. Mahler. Row 2: M. johnson, A. Shanske, A. Wieqand, N. Klein, I. Richards, H. Glatz, B. Whitney. Row 3: P. Minster, D. Parsons N. Salat, D. Hansen, S. Dreher, G. I-Iaefner, H. Dulzi. Row 4: I. Far- ley, D. Melin, I. Pietrobon, G. Zimmerman, I. Wallman, N. Edwards I. Diduch. 454: Row 1: M. Boettcher, R. Antonelli, G. Razqaitis, I. Ringlund, D. Mari- nelli, F. Pearson. Row 2: G. Furlan, L. Wanders, N. Tarpinian, L. 4 Padar, I. Harrsch, C. Giesiland. Row 3: R. Miller, I. Weier, E. Ful- horst, S. lrkfetz, P. Gregory, B. Hassett. Row 4: R. Morgan, R. Di- Tommaso, H. Laflin, B. Azzato. U 1 Mom's reply is pleasant, but inflation holds her back And there's very little jingle in her almost empty sack So Iohnny hits the road again a job he's out to find It makes no difference what it is, he's made up his mmd enior 455: Row 1: E. Snyder, G. Durinski. G. Testore, D. Shrader, N. Naha- bedian, M. Severinqhaus, R. Permanian. Row 2: A. Colavincenzo. E. Scarpelli, D. Brotherton, A. Montecalvo, I. Lexber L. Prodoehl, B. Risvold. Row 3: M. Rozanski, L. Boyaiian, Z. Iopa, A. Bachman, D. ' . B1 cl , I. Godee, Carpino, L. Hatai, B. Korzep, R. Mulch. Row 4' I. en ow L. Nicholson, V. Griseto, S. Stramaglia, G. Weaver, F. Bochte. Row 5: W. Ritchey, M. Valin, W. Martin, I. Tessclro, E. Castellan, R. Ruh- lin, A. Allamian, M. Mazzuccahelli. 456: Row 1: M. Richter, V. Hellstrom, B. Schaffer, G. Gross, M. Verba, V. Becker. Row 2: C. Palumbo D. Sladek, G. Nicholson. D. Thiel, A. Lippi, D. Larson. Row 3: Miss Adams, C. Crepas, G. Carter, S. Ty- Pedersen A Ruschke Row 4: R. Barile, R. Fox, B. Morris, ler, G. , . . A. Wolkey, R. Busse, K. Iebelicrn. 457: Row 1: D. Kusinski, M. Weihsmuntel, T. Garber, E. Petersen G. Fal- zone S Litrenta L Niro Row 2: N. Siqle, l. Smallwood, I. Stud- halter Sounhein, L. Oftedahl, S. Swanson, H. Seeliq. Row 3: L. 4 Ch ' tg n en, W. Melfi, P. Scardina, W. Evers, P. Dolson, M. Basso I'1S1G s , A x M R it ber , L. Thomason, G. "L" 4' M. Pfeiffer, B. McEvoy. Row 4: r. u en q Swanson, R. Schlueter, C. Voiqt, R. Beckman, W. Briney. 459: Row 1: B. Souers, L. Tarbox, P. Tellefsen. H. Riedel, G. Green M. Ciolino. Row 2: D. Angerhofer, A. Anderson, M. Sotirakopulos D. Amundson, G. Hofer, N. Fucciolo. Row 3: D. Leschmann, B ' ' ' R. C Stengren, A. Martin, H. Maychszak, R. Neder, D. Saclowski un- niff. Row 4: Mrs. Armitage, D. Kokoruz, W. Thorsen, E. Davidek R. Ewerlinq. 1 480: Row 1: D Johnson, A. Burkharclt, I. Dobbeck, G. Maqnafichi, E. Chicouris, .F. Ruqqio, M. Weiss. Row 2: G. Iohnson I. DeBoer, H White, M. Griffin, I. Noren, I. Wright, S. Marwedel. Row 3: R. Eberle ' ' ff , I. K k, G. Primdahl M. Robinson, I. Halvorsen, D. Christo ersen naa B. Westlund. Row 4: D. Klank, W. Nieft, L. Andren, R. Kennedy D. Hartung, V. Scalise. Row 5: Miss Herbert, R. Russell, R. Sher man, H. Walitschek, R. Cenrad. R. Kemp, R. Murphy, I. Nissen. 1 FACULTY Seated: Mrs. Carmody, Miss Prouiy, Miss Hain- becker, Mrs. Conway, Miss Bruqqer, Mr. Mc- Bride. Standing: Mr. Welen, Mr. Handschu. GLEE CLUB Row 1: G. Grabo, G. Roberts, I. Dobbeck, G. Hoeller, C. Peterson, B. McAuley, B. Pratt, I. Messina, N. Norman, E. Fair, P. Moore. Row 7 2: I. Wallen, A. Widenmeyer, M. Nelson, R. Holx, N. Bar, B. Dahl, R. Road, D. MacCrin'1- mon, F. Allen, W. Fischer, S. Urso, I. Mullaney, D. DeCris1oiuo, M. Tereze. Row 3: I. Markese, E. DeGrazia, L. Berg, P. Strzala, R. Rierneier, D. Monroe, W. Gibson, R. Covelli, B. Lang, D. Busch, L. Olas, I. LaPort, QP. Werlik. STAR STAFF Seated: I. Mullaney, C. Senqatoch, I. Stevens, G. Waller, G. Hoeller, G. Graho, M. Tereze, B. Gibson. Sicmding: L. Burkhardt, R. Nichols, R. Rood, V. Knecht, R. Bloom. RED CROSS Seated: I. Mullaney, R. Nichols, K. Wiqqin, R. Wiqgin, K. Padgitt, Siunding: E. Huska, H. , Zitzler, D. Monroe. SAYER BRANCH About two miles south and somewhat west from Steinmetz, the Sayer Branch is situated. Its membership consists of pupils who live in that particular vicinity which is also a part oi Steinmetz district. It takes care of the overflow that can not be accommodated in the main building. Mr. W. McBride is ihe head of the Branch. 64 Brid in Distance B Remote Control Sayerites have their birthday parties too, and it's always a festive occasion in the student lunchroom. The workshop at the Branch is a busy place, and many attrac- tive as well as useful objects emerge from it. Sports of all kinds are offered, and basketball is probably the most popular of all of them. 65 here the eeent Fall on Helpful er ice P.T.A. Upper right picture: UPPBT lefl picture: Mr. Fitzgerald, Principalp Mrs. Vernon, past president: Mrs. Seated: Mrs. F. I. McCarthy, Mrs. H. Edwards, Mrs. H. A. Hanelin, Mrs. Damm, State president: Dr. Hunt, general superintendent of L. E. Netterstrom. Standing: Mrs. W. Shea, Mrs. F. C. Boyd. Chicago Public Schools, Mrs. McCarthy, president of P.T.A. Lower left picture: Lower right picture: Row 1: Mrs. D. Larken, Mrs. R. Wiebking Mrs. F. McCarthy, Mrs. F. Dr. Hunt, Mrs. McCarthy. Boyd, Mrs. L. Netterstrom, Mrs. E. Hanelin, Mrs. H. Edwards, Mrs. W. Shea. Row 2: Mrs. H. Nielsen, Mrs. E. F. Becker, Mrs. E. l-Iartunq, Mrs. E. Budde, Mrs. E. YN. Bertelt, Mrs. L. Smolke, Mrs. W. S. Gibson, Mrs. A. Misura, Mrs. G. Herrick, Mrs. L. Springer. PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION Our program aims to acquaint parents with phases of student activities. The highlight of the P.T.A. activities was the reception given to General Superin- tendent of Schools Dr. Herolcl C. Hunt and the Steinmetz Faculty on October 16. Assistance to the clubs for the Fall Festival Was a .pleasant experience. Honor Medals for outstanding achievement were awarded to the R.O.T.C. "Circle I. Ranch" brought the western spirit to our school. Mr. Sidney Diephouse presented the "Charm Girls." Mums to the Dardanelles tor their cheerful assistance. 66 Focu in ttentlon on the Inner an LUNCHROOM Spotless kitchens, excellent cooks, tasty dishes, pleasant Workers bright lunch rooms, cheerful companions, fair prices, eager eaters happy teeners thats the American Way! Isn't it Worth nourishing? Upper right picture: A. Shaw, E. Fenton. Center leii: K. Rakozy, hamburger lady. Center right: I. Malpede, C. Pynnonen. Bcttom picture: M. Overson, R. Petrie, cashier NOT PHOTOGRAPHED: Miss Blake, Manager. and salad lady . -:".z"3J?E?1S3-313-1 ,. v- ..,+-2 EJ - --.: Nr.-LQ. , --11-3-'TCI-1-V luv-R' 1.-- 1 V --1-X-sS1 1fTf'95f fa:- fgiir 157' :N-1351 J. ETf'Q:E?.E':I'-J rqityggx- A'5 ::-fl fs- -fb-K' 1 - . 4.1.12 5 if F3 QL -fa ff ' . 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The evergrowing variety of Televi- sion programs - Music, World Events, Drama, Travel, Films - pro- vide fun for any type of club. It may be the magnet that will attract the teeners to spend more evenings at home. BOYS' CHOIR Piano: M. Kimmel. Teacher: Miss Kilgour. Row 1: I. Klebek, W. Marzec, L. Marino, V. Carsello, H. Stutz, A. Fanstill, A. Brossghini, C. Wood, I. DiMarca, E. Oquist. Row 2: C. johnson, I. Frontier, R. Ziekert, W. Kraus, W. Fritzinger, G. Dorn, I. Dorn, W. Odean, D. Potempa, B. Gallagher. Row 3: G. Lupo, I. Torbick, D. Miller, I. Purmanski, B. McMahon, B. Hamann, I. Lynn, R. Kosinski, I. Sloan, A. Thiede. Row 4: B. Parisoli, R. Poiempa, V. Baldi, R. Wood, D. Mussay. I. Iohansen, M. Lange, R. Franke, C. Livermore, B. Iohnson Row 5: I. Stastny, G. Scholz, H. Lafin, R. Duske, I. Wielgus, R. Volpe, L. Muno, H. Spears, L. Balleto, I. Wallman. OFFICERS l. M. Lange lLibrarianl, 2. C. Johnson lPresidentl, 3. H. jones lTreasurerl, 4.1 C. Iohansen lLibrarianl. 5. R. Zieckert, not photographed CV.-Presidentl, 6. Standing: I. Lynn lSecretaryJ. Their ongs Pre ea! Great L0 e for u ic BOYS' CHOIR Boys' voices are appealing to any audience and Miss Kilgour's group of singers is no exception. On several occasions the club has entered the district music demonstrations and have been awarded an "E" rating which proves that others besides "Steinrnetzers" think that they are good. Their annual mothers' tea is one of the social highlights of the season. They also took an active part in the Fall Festival and at present they are making plans to sponsor the Elmhurst College group. 71 ggvagk . wa-.1 434' , HQ ?'1x-L ,, . :wig 1' gm X X x x ' -fir 2-if" 5 tg,-if, ' 1 J' X Q.-I- -A we 1 A - W , 1- fa: x S -f -Q 5 -f A ' W-75- K A SN.. x QW W, 1.5 X, .K Y Q P . xx - -- WN-X g- . x S, f 4 fn.. L' 1 Q 3. ' k rfulzr-ay . 1.4, ..,-fdmfgg, rm f 1:1 X- gy ,,k,fC-'K - , I M7352 A F ,xg 3? wg ii N- 47 4 0 M ix , 33 5 4 2 f 35 ' sa Hk K W W X X -My sg ggi:-.. b is . , -WR X , im My x QR Q i E Sf A Q Ski su x Y - 1185: e , x , k 2 R. Q , , A r -, f" 'SSR KRW Row 1: C. Melau, L. Yousko, R. Kandler, I. Agnello, S. Bradford, B, Carlson, C. Harrison, G. Smolke, G. Kuras. How 2: I. Pyknen, M. Schenk, I, Ackman, S. Anderson, C. Marzen, G. Giese, G. LaBarbera, D. Shanlian. Row 3: L. Buetow, M. Kimmel, N. Spann, A. Larson, I. Kleczewki, M. Maas, N. Conoboy. Row 4: G. Siwe, E. Milas, M. Dixon, K. Wilgren, A. Tresselt, L. Trinkaus, R. Maqad, C. Petersen, I. Forsyth. nd a Vel et ilence teal U er ll GIRLS' CHOIR These gifted song birds are selected from every semester group, from the brand new "Freshies" to the high and mighty seniors. All the girls work toward one goal, keeping the fine reputation of the choir, and quite a reputation it is, too. In the past eleven years at the Annual Choral Competition, the choir has received nine S's. Quite a record. It is Well known around Chicago, too. One of its many outside engagements is its annual invitation to sing for the Sunday Evening Club at Orchestra Hall. The girls sing for the pleasure of singing. 73 Pulling Strings for Close Harmon, IUNIOR CHOIR Who are all those attractive girls producing that clear, lovely music? Why, that's Miss Farr's Wonderful Iunior Choir. They are always on hand with extra songs, and ready to captivate their audience when needed. The club outdid itself in performance when it presented the Christmas cantata. The annual mothers' tea was another successful event. , Ublfowmgp 93562 Q if CN fix? tl 1 fi. I if if Yvqwlyx a 74 Row 1: I. Bonavolcmt, A. Bonavo- lant, I. Enqlert, L. Drafz, B. Lauren- zano, I. Peota. How 2: I. Kennedy, N. I. Kelly, L. Schilling, G. Ander- son, M. Kostuck, V. Wenqler, S Cleghorn. Row 3: Miss Farr, C. Schaeffer, I. Bolender, I. Allan, I. Clarke, D. Comiskey, M. Kruckow Bow 4: S. Hendren, I. Bialek, I Iahns, R. Pavlik, W. Thieme, L. Moore, B. Rolfs. Row 5: I. Lortie S. Saalfrank, R. Fronlzak, B. Hor- qan, E. Rhino, I. Ketchmark, L Stjernberg, B. Parks. Row 6: D Bahns, N. Suslrom, C. Purnell, S Dreher, A. Rich, O. Ge-nuk, I. Kieffer The 're S ll He ed Up and Plead to G0 Row 1: I. Picerno, V. Miotio, M. Mer- curio, I. Pesceone, A. Rambert, I. Ruoti. Row 2: A, Gaslcill, P. Andersen, N. Kristoffersen, M. Okamoto, D. Heinlein. M. Andriano. Row 3: F. Russo, M. Boettcher, S. Litrenta, E. Endler, I. Sel- don, E. Bihun, A. Conoboy. Row 4: V. Delia, I. Muhr, B. Whipple, S. Lorenz, E. Nowicki, M. Casello, E. Snyder, M. Ciolino. Bow 5: M. Azzato, M. Neu- haus, I. Kilbert, R. Menotti, M. Mitchell. M. Wiencek, D. Kruse, N. Clouston. Row 6: L. Galli, G. Wallace, E. Syversen, R. ' Demetrion, M. Stahlecker, C, I-lattan, B. Stramcrglia, I. Shoemaker, E. Cecchin. JUNIOR cHo1n lt has often been said that lovers of music seldom stray far from the good path. If this is true, these girls need not tear the future, for they are deeply devoted to song. To see them in action readily convinces the listener that they love to sing. Miss Farr, an accomplished musician herself, is very fond of her song-birds. 75 xed 0109 Gi e Tonal Beaut alldlilalance MIXED CHOIR Ever since 1934, the Mixed Choir hos been going strong. Under the direction of Mrs. E. Sorensen, the choir plans to present crrios in the future ond furnish music which will displov school torl-ent. Their cleverly orrctnged Variety Show, given Crt the Fcrll Socicd, brought down greott crpplcruse. Oiiicers: W. Holm, R. Todcrro, M. Smith, I. Frisk, A. Wester- berg. Al Piano: E. Cox, D. Leonard. At Piano: D. Leonard. Row 1: Mrs. Sorensen, A. Wester- berg, R. Demetricn, I. Pittelkow, D. Gcmlion, I. Bolender, E. Encller, A. Strusz, M. Whitney, A. Petrowski, L. Koczorow- ski. Row 2: R. Pcxvlik, M. Campbell, N. Tcxviticm, E. Kro- tochvil, E. Kostlevy, S. Nelson, I. Bern, I. Frisk, I. Kiemle, N. Schoemonn. Row 3: S. Wickert, D. Noelle, C. Erlund- son, M. Bushman, L. Moro, D. Cursoe, R. Ross, E. Cox, V. Stieh, B. Etheridge, L. Mctzer. Row 4: W. Holm, T. Iurek, D. Millor, I. Gioncolcx, R. Todgro, M. Smith, B. Rosone, A. Fcmstill. '76 Focu ed on Floodlight Fa orite At Piano: S. Doniger. In Formals: M. Dixon, I. Frisk. Row 1: D. Cammisar, L. Katano, N. Kris- toifersen, I. Lambert, B. Armistead, I. Majeski, L. Nigro, Mrs. Gross. Row 2: B. Edwards, S. Iver- sen, E. Streder, R. Kandler, L. Sowa, I. Mucha, M. Wiencek, I. Kandler. Row 3: I. Hayer, E. Lentz, I. Serwinslci, I. Stetfensen, M. Steinke, T. Opiela, L. Schilling, C. Iellce. Row 4: O. Genuk, D. Cross, R. Nygren, L. Herbst. R. Sotiralcopulos, C. Schaeffer, W. Fritzinger, W. Payne, R. Todaro. Row 5: W. Best, R. Clark, L. lversen, C. Maaqer, R. Wood, D. McClintock. In Foreqround: M. Dixon, I. Steifensen, I. Prisk, C. Maager. A VOICE CLUB That Wonderful singing in 128 on Mondays is Mrs. Gross' voice class. Mrs. Gross teaches the latest songs along with art songs and technique. Once a year there is a contest of Sayre and Steinrnetz pupils. At the sernester's end the class gives a concert and a party for their parents, teachers, and triends. 77 Row 1: I. Mackintosh, R. Braclce, R. Cinel, R. Meyer, R. Eberle, I. Valiquet. Row 2: O. Edwards, H. Tarragano, N. Edwards, G. Iohnson, L. Buzinski, W. Ziemba, F. Lansky, A. Sadowski, R. La- Russo, D. Schmidt. Row 3: D. Nagel, H. Wienecke, W. Nitschke, R. Masterson, D. Carroll, l. Gcxus, I. Mueller, E. Norling. Bow 4: S. Suerth, A. Fuller, N. Palella, D. Neitzel, T. Mahoney, S. Ziemer. iming to Fulfill the 1943 Latest Son Hit CONCERT BAND Mr. Feldman asserts that the chief objectives of the organization are service, co-operation, to act as training grounds for future professions, and to acquaint students with good music so they may follow it later. Anyone who is interested in music and would like to play an instrument in the Band is eligible to join. Keep up the good Work, musicians, We're all for you! 78 Row 1: C. Blomquist, A. lohnson, C. French, N. Hjaltelin, E. Schleehuuf. Row 2: E. Eckert, V. I-Iavice, M. Otto, W. Van Tuyl. Row 3: W. Hoeier, E. Kaloustian, D. Shibley, K. Kasmcm, R. An- derson, R. Pillar, I. Sloan, D. Boehm, R. House, R. Iacobson, l. Hermemann. Row 4: O. Iohnson, H. Miller, R. Liska, HL. Rusnak, R. Sarley, D. Shuldes, R. Eck, W. Meyer, R. Schmuck. Row 5: I. Iohnson, R. Paulsen, M. Clough. B. Nawrocki, I. Kuczma. - f ll Anything You Can Pla , The Can Pla, Better CONCERT BAND The peppy marches and snappy music We hear at our pep assemblies, football games, and other programs are the contribution of our fine Concert Band io Steinmetz spirit. The band is under the direction of Mr. Ivan Feldman, who is proud oi its seventy-five members. They have been awarded an "E" rating for three consecutive years, and are more than glad to render service to the school. , 79 hurt Circuit In The e Li e ires Standing: I. Pader. Al drums: R. Paulsen. Row 1: I. Mackintosh, M. Palella, R. Cinel, R. LaRusso, R. Bracke. At piano: R. Meyer. Al microphone: L. Morrison. Row 2: D. Shibley, I. Sloan, I. Henne- mann, R. Iacobsori, R. Eck, R. Schmuck, R. Sarley, R. Meyer. Mr. Feldman, sponsor, Knot photoqraphedl. Lower picture: I. I-lennemann. SWING BAND This well-known group of swing players is in great demand when dances are being arranged and good dance music is needed. Now and then a little "blue singing" is included in the engagement and Loretta Morrison is the singer. Fall Festival night these boys gave the "rug cutters" the very best in dancing num- bers. Mr. Ivan Feldman gives a great deal of extra time after school directing these young people. 80 The Pu-ball Ha e omethin to Blow About Upper letl: Saxophone Quar- tet: R. LaRusso, I. Mackin tosh, M. Palella, R. Cinel. Upper right: Trombones: R. Sarley, W. Meyer, R. Eck, R. Schmuck. Center lelt: Mixed Quintet: N. Hjaltelin, W. Van Tuyl, R. Bracke, A. lohnson, M. Otto. Center right: Clarinet Quar- tet: l. Mackintosh, R. Cinel, R. Meyer, R. Bracke. Lower leit: I. Mackintosh, leader. Lower right: Baton Twirlers: C. Schneider, A. Shipilo, C. Blomquist, D. Duncan, M. Bil- ka. Almost any type of music can be heard at Stei WIND GROUPS AND BATONS nmetz and here We have the wind qroups on parade. Graceful baton t ' l 1 Wxr ers a so add pep and beauty to the bands. Mr. Ivan Feldman is ver l'b l young people. y 1 era with the time he gives to these 81 s Row 1: Violins: C. Blomquist, A. Williams, R. Kandler, D. Santi. Flutes: N. Hjaltelin. E. Schleehauf, Clcninet: R. Meyer. Row 2: Violins: L. Falknor, M. Tabraham, B. Meetz, I. Ludman, C. Nelson, Ksec.l Saxophones: T. Mahoney, A. Sadowski. Row 3: I. Malherek, Cse-c.I E. Falkenstein, Cpianistl I. Damico, Clibraricml Mr. Groom, conductor: Buss: V. Havice. S. Kudela, I. Stenseng. f The 're High-P0 ered Tran mitter 0fHarm0n5 P SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Mr. Willard Groom began the organization oi the orchestra ten years ago. He combed the entire school for talent, and soon a small group started the first orchestra. Since then it has grown steadily in numbers and achievements, still under the leadership of its enthusiastic sponsor, Mr. Groom. It would be difficult to picture Steinmetz without any orchestra. 82 Row 1: Clarinet: J. Mackiniosh. Oboe: W. Van Tuyl. Bassoon: M. Otto. Violets: I. Pader, R. Hil- strom. Cellosz B. Kleckner, M. Boras. Row 2: Cellos: I. Musgrave, G. Winkel. Row 3: Horns: I. Valiquet, A. Johnson. Trombones: R. Schmuck, R. Eck. Trumpets: I. Sloan, R. Jacobson, I. Hennemcm. Row 4: Buss: J. Iohnson, S. Ziemer. Bass drum: I. Kuczma. Snare drums: B. Naw- rccki. H. Castelherry fsec.l, A. Lippi Cpianistl, G. Alberti Cpianisil. The Badiate un hine in teinmetz uditorium SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA A Blue Ribbon goes to ihe great symphony orchestra oi Steinmetz for its loyalty, service, steaclfaslness and efficiency. It will linger in our memories as a delight' ful group Whose music is pleasing to teen-agers who often tire of jazz and swing and Want something refreshing in good music. They have selections well worth hearing. 83 Let' Take a alk D0 elod Lane Top Picture: Symphonettes: Al Piano: C. Nelson. Standing: Row 1: D. Thomas, C. Melau, R. Lawrence, R. Magad, B. Shalla. Row 2: L. Trinkaus, M. Dixon, D. Dechow, W. Brodd, B. Iohnson, L. Gregorzek, M. Regan, D. Boyd. In rear: Triolels: B. Kleckner, Ccelloi, R. Kand- ler. Cvioiini, C. Biomquist, Cpianol. CHAMBER MUSIC The Syrnphonettes, a group of sixteen girls, prepare music for performance at conventions and banquets. They devote many hours outside of school time io this fascinating activity. This group has been carefully selected as to musicianship and ability and is a highly organized unit. Deioris Dechow is director. Lower picture: Concert Trio: I. Musgrave Ccellol, B. Meetz Cviolinl. G. Alberti ipianob. Salon Trio: I. Pader Cviolinl, E. Falkenstein fpicmol, M. Boras Ccelioj. Upper left picture: Starlets: At piano: G. Fiorda, G. Giese. Upper right picture: String quartet: C. Blomquist, A. Williams. ' Standing: Row 1: I. Malherek, M. Dixon, G. Kuras, S. Brad- L. Falknor, G. Winkel. Cello Trio: B. Kleckner, M. Boras, I. ford, I. Norsworthy, G. LaBarhera. Row 2: I. Satava, I. Schu- Musgrave. list, P. Beiswenqer, H. White. Lower left picture: String quintet: Seated: A. Williams, G. Lower right picture: Melody Trio: W. VanTuyl tpianol, C. Blom- Winkel, L. Falknor. Standing: S. Ziemer, C. Blomquist. quist Cviolinl. G. Winkel Ccellol. and Catch the ound of Their eet Refrain CHAMBER MUSIC The "Starlets" is the oldest group of girls. After school hours they practice music to be sung at celebrations especially in the Loop. Last season this group, now in its 6th year, Sana for gatherings in the Morrison, Sherman, and La Salle Hotels, the Stevens, and in the Builders Building. They received the compliments of Mayor Kennelly at the Clean Up Campaign dinner. Shirley Bradford is director. 85 harin Their Talents ls Their Delight Row 1: E. Falkenstein, E. Barabash, W. Van Tuyl, M. Boras, I. Mackintosh, A. Williams D. Rogers, I. Agnello, G. Alberti. Row 2: I. Satava, V. Havice, D. Boyd. A. Albate, L Ohlonder, R. Todaro. Standing: D. Dechow, D. Schmidt, C. Blomquist, D. Disney, R. Meyer, I. Pader, M. Dixon, A. Tresselt, B. Dietrich, G. Fiorda, S. Bradford, G. Winkel, E Schleehauf. FINE ARTS GUILD The Fine Arts Guild, under the able guidance of Mr. Willard Groom, is one of our most honored groups, lt consists of singing, instrumental, and dramatic talents. Whenever there is a special occasion, the Fine Arts Guild is called upon to perform. All of the members are ready and willing to perform at a moment's notice. Every semester the Guild gives a concert of solo performers. 864 Row 1: I. Kuczrna, B. Nawrocki. Row 2: C. Blomquist, I. Valiquet, A. Iohnson, L. Rusnok, H. Miller, R. Liska, A. Reirisch, R. Eck, E. Kaloustian, W. l-loeler. Row 3: R. House, R. Iacobson, I. Sloan, D. Shibley, I. Suerth, R. LaRusso, A. Sadowski, O. Edwards, E. Eckert, H. Tarraqano, D. Schmidt. Row 4: R. Eberle, N. Edwards, H. Wienecke, I. Mackintosh, R. Bracke, R. Meyer, R. Cinel, R. Mas- terson, I. Mall, D. Nagel, F. Lansky. Row 5: E. Norling, N. Hjaltelin, W. Van Tuyl, O. Iohnson, B. Modjeski, M. Otto, I. Mueller. Credit to flld teinmetz I R. 0. T. C. Band R.O.T.C. BAND When the shrill Whistle of the strutting drummer signals for the roll of the drums, watching heads raise to catch the opening strains of the rhythmic military be-at of the Steinmetz R.O.T.C. Band. This stirring group of Steinmetz pupils provide the scintillating music for the R.O.T.C. unit and has helped to bring military honors to our school. Attention! Precision! Co-operation! are the watchwords of our band. 87 P0 ter Maker Find It Pays To Adverti POSTER CLUB Posters about the building announcing all the important coming attractions and events at Steinrnetz come from the adept hands ot this select qroup or artistical- ly inclined students. All who have observed the posters must have noticed what a great variety of composition and color they display. Mr. Weaver, art instructor, is always on hand to aid them. Upper Picture: B. Marazzo, Mr. Wea- ver, D. Mac Donald, M, Pratt. Lower Picture: R. Donovan, I.Picerno, T. Fricano, N. Costa, Biel, E. Hodowcmic. 88 migo Di pla Bandera Panamericana Bow 1: L. Swiderski, I. Ruoti, D. Ritis, G. Anderson, C. Marzen. Row 2: I. An- derson, I. Maieski, B. Mueller, B. Leahy, E. Triunfol, M. Kcstuck, B. Kuhlmaun. Row 3: M. Bergstrom, B. Anderson, M. Ibsen, A. Trumoio, R. Drayer, M. Hedqes, C. Matz. Row 4: R. Rode, P. Anderson, D. Galuska, S. Bradford, B. Kcrth, I. Resag. Row 5: D. McCan, R. Kuhlmann, I. Bubert. PAN AMERICAN CLUB What fun was had by the "Pan Arn's" at their before-school meetings, their plannina for their "Mexican Cate" at the Fall Festival, and their treks to out-ot-the-way Mexican restaurants and movies! Everyone shares in the Work and enjoys the happy results. Here they are pictured in one of their typical carefree moods holding high the Haas of the countries about which they are studying. Vivan, Pan Arnericanosl 89 lell Linguists Enje Gettin FRENCH CLUB The members ot the French Club, "Les Ioyeux Francais," are learning the customs of France by correspondence with stude-nts of Trance. Their show, "Cafe de la Pais," given at the Fall Festival was their greatest accomplishment this vear. Together Row 1: R. Iarmacz, E. Bernstein, R Mason, I. Oldham, V. Lambert, I Kopacz, S. Heck fTreas.l. N. Gull- 5 ickson fSec.I, L. Katano iPres.I, I Kocol KV. Pres.J. Actor: I. Satava. Q -- Row 2: D. Fredericks. D. Tansor, C Manos, S. Tavitian, C. Eldridge, G Nelson. 'Row 3:l E. Eiernier, D Thomas, E. Saruma, S. Markiewicz R. Brockmann, E. Hackemer, M. Mos- E' by, H. White, R. Nieclemeyer, V. Rimnac, D. Turner, Miss Sechler. A1 table: I. Tcxrraqcma, I. McGuire Row 1: P. Allen, E. Milas, C. Ielke. Row 2: E. Tullin, L. Licht, I. Bubert. Rsw 3: Miss Picchiotto, I. Norlinq, L. Nitsche, D. Oddsen, A. Westerberq SPANISH CLUB Miss Picchiotti sponsors this club. Their interest lies in going on excursions to little Mexico, attending Spanish movies and perfecting the language. Their sale of Mexican objects at the Festival was a successful venture. 90 Poll h llefu ee S Stor Fa curate the Club Ollicers: Row 1: E. Noqan, G. Kukla lpres.J. C. Iarembski, Miss Bogowicz, A. Kobos, A. Petrowskl. Row 2: M. Wiencek, R. Potempa, R. Wiiek, M. Kita, F. Okrzesik, L. Kaczorowski. Row 1: Standing: A. Szunierz, D. Borcwy. G. Duclek, G. Kukla, W. Walczak, B. Chmura, R. Witek, F. Sirapko, S. Pyiell, R. Potempa. Row 2: P. Greqorzelc, C. Iarzembski, T. Wrona, I. Klebek, A. Kobos, R. Gre- basch. Row 3: D. Giemza, l. Ser- winski, M. Kita, R. Besserer, H. Majchszak, M. Konecki. Row 4: V. Dudek, G. I-lelwiq, L. Herbst, L. Ofs- zewski, B. Trybus. Row 5: D. Cud- zick, B. Helmer, L. Martinus, E. No- gan, M. Wiencek. Row 6: I. Broud. F. Okrzesik, L. Holder, R. Zaluska. Row 7: A. Peirzwski, D. Swierczyn- ski, E. Kraiochvil, C. Sikiia. Row 8: D. Kissel, A. Gorski, T. Burns. Row 9: L. Kaczorowski, H. Guinicz. H. Adomowicz. POLISH CLUB Members of the Polish Club were especially fortunate this year in having among them a Polish refugee. He is shown here telling his club members his impressions of our country. He says he stands in awe and admiration at the freedoms, the opportunities and the abundance of everything thai the American youth has. He gives first hand informa- tion on the customs and conditions of the people of Poland. Miss Bogowicz, club sponsor, is amazed at the speed at which Anthony Szunierz is progressing with the language. 91 Guter Haffee it Plaudern ' GERMAN CLUB The German Club is one of the oldest chartered clubs. Their Kaffeestube at the Fall Festival was Well patronized by many Who enjoyed the German cakes cmd cookies made by the mothers and grandmothers of the club members. The traditional party with Lane was a happy event of the club. IUNIOR GERMAN CLUB Upper picture: N. Clouston fin costurnel. Row 1: A. Teqtow, P. Gomey, E. Drohner, B. lunge, I. Hempel, E. Sheridan, I. Daum, I. Hill, M. Wittek. Row 2: M. Walters, D. Vetter, M. Hess, M. Neeb, T. Nelsen, W. Thieme, G. Witt, M. Schaeffer, R. Frey. Row 3: D. Kuhns, S. Kraustrunk, Mrs. L. Fausel, B. Dentler, C. Baldwin, I. Kandler, W. Hanson, R. Doe-nnecke, R. Schumacher, E. Storms- dorfer, H. Muehrinq. Row 4: A. Kitzman, T. Baldwin, L. Von Oppen, H. Okon, R. Matthews, V. Bartels, R. Welnhoier, C. Schuetz. SENIOR GERMAN CLUB Lower picture: Row 1: E. Schleehauf, B. Hasselberqer, M. Lange, L. Amberger, W. Straessle, B. Munch, E. Schwerdtner. Row 2: tSeated at riqhtl: R. Witte, R. Prusinski, H. Seeliq, G. Tapp, H. Glatz, E. Fechner. Row 3: Standing: N. Clouston, C. Baldwin, M. Bruns, l. Kelle, M. Tauber, B. Kleckner, N. Vtfelch, L. Sanne, Mrs. L. Fausel, G. Gross, I. Van Der Vliet, E. Schuller, D. Wesclitz, H. Hill, L. Lautenschlaqer. . 92 Control Operators Won't Got u ole Bound STAGE CREW Eating is a regular habit with the stage crew, lout they never neglect their Work. Some "fellas" keep lonely vigils in the projection boothg others develop their muscles lifting and hauling scenery. Our hats are doftecl to Mr. Spikings and to you boys, the sometimes forgotten "fellas" behind the scenes. Upper left picture: Cage: B. Saunders, Chief, R. Iames, Coechief, I. Frey, L. Hermansen. Upper right picture: On lloor: R. Schaeffer, N. Honcharuk, T. Calvin, R. Brehm, Mr. Spikinqs, I. Christopherson lladderl. Lower left picture: T. Calvin, G. Weiszmann, P. Cristentiello. Lower right picture: In Kino Booth: D. Millar, L. Moro. E eryhod ant to Get in the ct Standing: Mrs. Haas. Row 1: L. Grempke, I. Theisen, D. Shrader, S. Spielman, N. Costa, D. Cross, I. Boring. Standing: R. Todaro. Sitting: I. Friede. Row 2: R. Glazowski, I. Grande, P. Gregory, R. Paule, N. Hiatelin, S. Volk, L. Youngren, E. Rhino. Row 3: V. Bjork, B. Whitney, B. Veskauf. Not photographed: L. Mcrrison, W. Morris, R. Eberle, N. Kelly, I. Anderson, E. Cecchin, G. Fiorda, R. Hilstrom. Ofiicers: Seated: V. Bjork, L. Youngren, Ioan Friecle. Standing: Frank Kolinski. GREEN CURTAIN PLAYERS Keeping pace with the fine standards of this club, this group presented "A Penny Saved" for the Fall Festival. lt was a sellout, and from the applause oi the audience the play was a real hit. The pantomime Work which accompanied the Christmas play, "The Nativity," qiven in conjunction with the Iunior Choir, Was Well done. The year end play will be a comedy entitled "Summer Rash." Mrs. Haas, sponsor of the club, directs all the plays: she spends many extra hours on the various activities. 94 At Globe: F. Kolinski. Row 1: W. Ahern, I. Brentono. Row 2: D. Mitt- Marino, I. Friede, M. Ibsen, C. Mar- zen. Row 3: A. Schroeder, R. An- derson, M. Cortez, M. Hedges, R. Zawislci, R. Giancola, I.. Iohnson, H. Rcrchcxnskl. Row 4: A. Tresselt, S. Berndt, D. Daley, R. Glazowski. Row 5: I. Bochte, R. Field, D. Mazukelli, N. Lueth, L. Grempke. Row S: C. Bohn, P. Morrison, W. Fisher. In Background: M. Regan, M. Borg- strom, H. Bowen, I. Losa:co, R. Her- ring, I, Thiesen. From Cold Fact to Glitterin Fantasies Seated at phone: A. Williams. Stand- ing ct phone: E. Vesper. F. Stenne feld. Row 1: I. Stuhe, E. Bromstad. W. Bjork, C. Ott, M. Lundgren. Row 2: Standing: D. James. Seated: H. Stutz, F. Klakowicz, Z. Larnas, C. Erlandson, G. Irons. Row 3: Mrs. Frey, P. Peshek, G. Garner, L. Spill- er, L. lust, A. Wonsoff. Officers: C. Ott, A. Williams, C. Gar- ner, A. Wonsoff. CRITICAL THINKING CLASS Dr. Hood of the North Central Association believes that facts are important only as bases for judicious thought and intelligent conduct: hence the efforts of our Critical Thinking Class. FRESHMEN DRAMA CLUB Mrs. Prey sponsors a lively group of freshmen who are anxious to do some acting. They meet every other Wednesday after school, and try out their abilities as actors. 95 ricker, G. Anderson, I. Catalan, R. Page The e Worker for Volume Control LIBRARY CLUB While busy learninq oi library work as a career and discussing new books, these library assistants take time daily to answer such questions as, "l-low can l replace my lost library card?" and, "Where are the Biographies?" The duties of this club are the checking of incoming and outqoinq books and the reshelvinq of books. Shelving books: Sealed: M. Sheppard, I. Kusznieruk, D. Amdt, E. Jansen, M. Oker- blom, E. Bromstad. Slanding: I. Owens, I. Klebelc, C. Misura, F. Olson, I. DiMarco. F. Dybal, D. Corso, D. Podkulski, G. Cer- ceo. Al files: S. Gregson, B. Graham, Miss Gould. Standing: E. Bihuri, I. Dautel, I. Oldham, N. Kristoffersen, D. Kruse, N. Clouston, M. sxeinke, B. Eck, P. Kildahl, E. Funk, P. Slifka, E. Messner, M. Pohl. Al desk: B. Ebel, P. Klenk, T. Garber, D. I-lultberg, M. Wiencek, R. Zaluska, L. Hol- der, G. Falzone, F. Pearson, Mrs. Walters, librarian. Generators of Good Will and Friondliness Oiiicers: Seated: E. Norling lSec.l, E. Tullin lPres.l, R. Eck lTreas.l. Standing: W. Fisher KV. Pres.J. Seated: R. Eclc, E. Tullin, W. Fisher, E. Norling, I. Stastny, P. Shannon, P. Miller, C. Darken. Standing: M. Smith, F. Kolinski, I. Mueller, R. Glazowski, G. Steinhardt, W. Ahern, R. Gilles. SIGMA QUAD These good-natured boys proved to be super good-humor sales- men the night of the Fall Festival, as they took over the ice cream booth. Sigma Quad is Greek for four S s, which stand for scholarship, sportsmanship, service, and school spirit. The boys have adopted this motto. You can depend on the Sigma Quad for service when it's needed. Mr. Downey has been the sponsor for several years, and is always ready to offer the services of this club. 97 um' The erd When The Greet You I Row 1: M. Ellerwind, D. Shrader, S. Spielman, M. Weihsmantel, I. Catalan. Row 2: R. Giancola D. Newlon, A. Montecalvo, D. Hodowanic, L. Youngren, V. Bjork, A. Woerlz, D. Daley. Row 3: I. Fairchild, M. Regan, I. Luclrnan, B. Meadowcroft, P. Morrison, B. Schuham, M. Shea. L. Fczlknor E. Sleib, I. Malklewicz. Row 4: A. Shanske, L. Hcmke, E. Rhino, N. Slavoe, H. Glalz, D. Millricker B. Whitney, I. Lasiewicz, G. Anderson, R. Rode. Rnw 1: I. Dobbeck, I. Ringlund, I. Grimm, D. Cross, I. Boring, E. Snyder. Row 2: M. Ciolino, B. Iohnson, M. Molykiewicz, D. Voyla, G. Wallace, A. Wiegand, M. Mitchell, P. Sumski. I. Brede horn. Row 3: R. Menotti, M. Hedges, E. Shipilo, S. Berndt, L. Zalent, G. Urban, I. Bochte, P. Neder R. Paule, G. Tapp, B. Hasselberger, G. Iohnson. Row 4: A. Bachman, B. Parks, M. Cortez, L Sljernberg, P. Gregory, S. Dreher, D. Christofiersen, I. Halborsen, M. Buckley, D. Iahnke, B. Souers D. Hansen, Z. Iopa, A. Bessa. 98 1 nd Your ales Resistance finishes DARDANELLES One of the first clubs to be organized was the Dardanelles. It is a girls' organization whose primary duty is service to Steinmetz. Girls with a scholastic average of "E", and those who are Willing to give of their time and their energy are the ones who are eligible for membership. Each year they are called upon to take charge oi certain activities. Their balloon and Chrysan- themum sale at the Fall Festival was a huge success. The members of the Lions Club at whose luncheon they served spoke very highly ot the girls. Serving at the social tor the P.T.A. is another one of their services. Miss Kilburn, 'Lhe sponsor, guides the girls in their work. Officers: Row 1: Center: R. Paule fPres.l. Row 2: A. Wieqand lSec.?. Miss Kil- burn. Row 3: I. Boring, I. Catalan KV. Pres.J, G. Anderson tTreas.J. Row 1: Z, Iopcr, I. Fairchild, D. Cross, D. Hansen, I. Mclkiewicz. 99 Chicago L0 ers Support the Pied Cross RED CROSS Miss O'Connor's workers helped to fill gift boxes for needy children in Europe: one hundred boxes were prepared. Two members each year are sent as delegates to the Red Cross meetings downtown. KNOW CHICAGO CLUB Lovers oi Chicago who like to learn more about it, will find a well informed companion in Miss Bergh, the sponsor. Places of historical interest are visited and old Chicago history is reviewed. On floor: M. Krause, B. Slinkarn, I. Kocol, S. Saks. Row 1: G. Halle- man, M. Mc!-Xvoy, B. Hasselberqer, I. Bredehorn, N. Cristiano, E. Wes' ton, N. Peterson. Row 2: B. Morris, C. Darken, R. Blazak, R. Glazowski. S. Dreher, E. Tullen, B. Fisher, Miss O'Connor, M. Buckley. Row 3: B. Parks, D. Hallis, R. Eck, F. Kolinski, W. Ahern, A. Stoneberg, R. Rogers. E. Shipilo, A. Solaf, A. Wiegand. Row 1: M. Bilka CV. Presj, C. Blom quist lTreas.l, L. Kielmar CPres.l, W. VanTuyl KCorres. Sec.l. A. Bessa QRe- cord. Sec.J. Row 2: R. Drayer, M Ciolino, I. Ruoti, S. Gehlert, L. Malis sani, G. Roberts. Row 3: I. Ander- son, E. Priest, V, Belcaster, M. Oil N. Hjaltelin. Row 4: Miss Berqh, B Leahy, I. Grimm. Row 5: I. Leahy R. Larken, I. Gerhard, M. Taviiian 100 Pre ealih N W orld of fW0nder and urpri e Seated: A. Bachman CV. Pres.i. B. Eriney tPres.J, R. Schultz fSec.D, Row 1: B. Leahy, I. Ringiund, M. Moty- kiewicz, M. Kruto, P. Neder, Miss Ornstein, D. Noeite, R. Kutzmer, I. Resaq, I. Maieski, S. Saks, L. Swi- derski, I. Martin, L. Clamor. Row 2: G. Urban, C. Beyer, R. Simonicm, I. Malherek, R. Paule, R. Blaszak, W. Holms, M. Mathison, B. Smetters, A. Tumolo, C. Eller. Row 1: Mr. Ferdman, Sponsor, P. An- derson, I. Ringlund, I. Dobbeck KV.- Pres.3, D. Swierczynski, B. Westlund, D. Ritis, E. Bartnick. Row 2: R. Kan- dler, N. Stavoe, D. Christoffersen, P. Nyqren, M. Shea, P. Neder iPres.7. B. Souers tSec.l. R. Paule, Row 3: W. Briney, I. Nissen tTreas.J, P. Rob- erts, R. Eberle, W. Nieft, D. Hartunq. PRE MEDICS Novocain kings, doctors of surgery, or future nurses flock to the meetings of this interesting club, where they discuss different phases and requirements for careers in science fields. ALCHEMSTEIN . SSS! Poufl Ah, it Worked! Who knows what mysterious and intriguing discoveries might be made by these young chemists? Mr. Ferdman is the one who helps them on their way. 101 -fr - Row 1: L. Younqren, B. Azzato, W. Morris, M. Azzato, G. La- Barbera, Mr. Weaver, N. lfucciolo, D. Shrader, B. Armistead, I. Brown, C. Cox, D. Iames. Row 2: R. Miller, R. Glazowski, B. Kohut, H. Eineke, R. Neder, I. Grande, I. Bostrom, I... LaRusso. Row 3: L. Grempke, B. Sayre, G. Anderson, I. Clarke, P. Kil- dahl, N. Vivona, C. Bohn, A. Williams, M. Buckley, K. Ellis, M. Smith, R. Schultz, D. Brenny, P. Meier, D. Hastings, P. Okrzesik, I. Bredehorn, I. Petrich. Contact Center for Pte i terin Complaint PROJECT COMMITTEE D. Shrader, N. Vivona, B. Sayre, The Student Council is composed of representatives from the various divisions that were elected this year by a school-wide election. The object ot the organization is for the improvement of conditions in and about Steinmetz. Various committees are appointed to look into suggestions from pupils and faculty and to act upon them if they seem worthwhile. Sometimes the action is not as quick as pupils would like it, but it takes time to weigh a situation from all angles, but things -are being accomplished. ll . SERVICE AWARDS Row 1: M. Buckley, D. Brenny, R. Schultz lchairmanl, L. Grempke Cchairmanl, G. Anderson Cchairmanl, C. Cox. Row 2: Bcstrom, D. Hastings. I. Bredehorn, M. Azzato, K. Ellis, I. Brown. -fss: wimtQt.m x'm-um-.r. sesssis-.'.....fs:s.. ,..-. - .. wmaNa1..tis.1Qn V-.1 ....v,1.wA.m-f-fl Officers: B. Azzato lPre-sl W Morris lTreasl M V ., . ., r. Weaver lSponsorJ,' L. Youngren KV Presj, B. Whitney lSec.J. STUDENT IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE Row 1: G. Anderson, M. Smith CChairmanJ, P. Kildahl, D. Brenny, R. Miller, C. Bohn Row 2: C. Cox, F. Okrzesik, P. Meier, B. Kohut, R. Eineke, B. Sayre, G. LaBarbera, L LaRusso. Q Mr. Henry Weaver is the adviser of th e group, and he sits in on all the general and important committee meetings. The Council acts as a good Will ambassador for Steinrnetz. lt interchanges views and activ- neighboring high and elementary schools. Delegates are sent to represent Steinrnetz at state-wide con ities with other ventions. They bring back policies from other ,places that Stei nmetz may adopt. The Council hopes to do bigger and better things in the flllture. 103 .eannin Requirement of an belle e Standing: D. Mittricker. Seated at table: R. Kandler, D. Ritis, L. Gremp- ke, S. Gehlert, R. Rode, P. Ander- son, L. Kielmar, H. Giancola, S. Spielman. Row 2: S. Ziemer, N. Sta- voe, R. Eck, W. Fisher, W. Ahern, L. Ohlander, A. Bessa, E. Norling, G. Anderson, D. Daley. Officers: Seated: F. Kolinski CV.- Pres.J, I. Catalan iTreas.l, Standing: R. Glazowski lPres.l. M. Regan lSec.l. Seated: P. Grider, V. Bjork, I. Friede, I. Lasiewicz, R. Nyqren, Miss Haley, B. Schuham. Row 2: L. Falknor, M. Cortez, E. Tullin, B. Meadowcroft, I. Gnaski, I. Ludman, Miss Iacobek, E. Hansen, M. Shea, I. Mueller. COLLEGE PREPARATORY CLUB Upon assembling their credits in preparation for college, these teen-agers go to Miss Iacobek and Miss Haley, the sponsors, for assistance and advice. The meetings take place every other even school week on Fridays. The library committee handles all catalogs which include the location of various universities 'and colleges. A "G" average, interest, and time are the impor- tant factors that are required for membership in this club oi college-minded students. 104 Bri ht Li ht in the Intellectual Urhit Upper picture: Row 1: M. Etterwind, I. Catalan, S. Spielman, W. VanTuy1, L. Zalent, R. Giancola, I. Grimm. R. Rode, L. Grempke, M. Motykiewicz, D. Newlon, D. Galuska. Row2: G. Anderson, M. Hedges, D. Daley, I. Gerhard, D. Hodo- wanic, V. Bjork, L. Hanke, E. Rhino, B. Horqan, C. Blomquist, M. Regan, N. Stavoe. Row 3: I. Bochte, R. Glazowski. T. Tullin, I. Oliveto, R. Sajclera, R. VanVooren, L. lversen. I. Mueller, C. Darken, D. Mazukelli, R. Miller. Standing: l. Lasiewicz, D. Cucka, L. Fross, I. Luclman, B. Meadowcrcit, F. Kolinski, W. Fisher, M. Smith, W. Ray, E. Norling, P. Morrison, M. Shea, B. Schuham, D. Iahnke, L. Falknor, M. Cortez, A. Bessa. Lower picture: How 1: I. Dobbeck, M. Ciolino, I. Rinqlund M. Weihsmantel, A. Montecalvo, B. Westlund, G. Fiorda, B. Schaffer, N. Klein, I. De-Boer. Row 2: D. Thiel, H. While, A. Shanske, L. Youngren, A. Wiegand, N. Sigle, B. Whit- ney, A. Bachman, N. Salat. Row 3: R. Eberle, R. Conrad, R. Kennedy, R. Neder, H. Burmeister, W. Briney, I. Nissen, W. Morris, I. Hoffmann. Standing: Row 4: B. Souers, P. Neder, H. Glatz, A. Ruschke, P. Dolson, D. Hartunq, P. Greg- ory, S. Dreher, I. Unruh, I. Halvorsen, D. Hansen, Z. Iopa, R. Paule, M. Richter, V. Becker. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Beinq in the upper ten per cent of your class, and thus making you eligible for the National Honor Society, is your reward for all the hard Work during the past semester. Aside from helping at the pop-corn and peanut concession at the Fall Festival, the society sponsored a breakfast in the lunchroom. The faculty sponsors of the society are Miss Roy and Mrs. Zwicky. 105 Move Un Pla er , and Gi e the ' the ir Al lable: Miss Yetter, sponsor, R. Glazowski KV. Pres.l. W. Fisher tPres.l, I. Priede lSec.l, R. Eck CTrecrs.l. Row 1: I. Boring, S. Spielman, E. Scarpelli, I. Brede- horn, R. Menotti. Row 2: D. Mitt- ricker, C. Essers, M. Regan, F. Kolinski, E. Tullin, D. Shibley. Standing: D. Ritis, P. Anderson, E. Bartnick, C. Nielson, N. Kelly, D. Turner, D. Daley, G. Anderson, I. Gnaski, M. Buckley. C. Matu- siak, R. Zcxwiski. Seated at table: L. Iversen, B. Sayer, H. Tarragano. Row 2: B. Leahy, E. Lintz, B. Tarraqano, I. Leahy, F. Peterson. Row 3: S. Krudela, Mr. Anderson, B. Tran- ter, R. Peterson, R. Larkin. Row Q 4: I. Suerth, R. Kruse, I. Muzik, I. DiMarca. RADIO PERFORMANCE Pupils interested in improving their technique before a "mike," and Wishing to learn more about radio broadcasting will find membership in this club Worthwhile. Q CHESS CLUB - The Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. Anderson, has been trying to checkmate other schools. It beat Schurz and will try the same moves on the rest of the league. At Christmas time it prepared a food basket for a needy family. .t 106 t l The Piecei in and Emittin tation for N W ' STEINMETZ STAR Workers on the school paper receive valuable trainina in publication routine under the leader- ship of Mrs. Bora, the sponsor. Miss Feely oversees the financial end. The paper is issued bi-monthly. Although the work is difficult and laborious at times, the results are qratifyinq. A INTERVIEWING DR. HUNT Standing: B. Whitney, S. Swanson. Seated: G. Fiorclcr, Dr. H. C. Hunt. STAFF. At typewriter: Mrs. Borg, I. Uuruh. At table: R. Clark, R. Olson, A. Bachman, E. Triunfol. Stand- ing: I. Studhalter, M. Tavitian. EDITORS Row 1: E. Hodowanic, C. Nelson, G. Fiorda, A. Shanske, A. Wieqand, S. Swanson. Row 2: B. Whitney, I. Malkiewicz, M. Regan. REPORTEBS Row 1: B. Meadowcroft, C. Marzen, G. Eagan, J. Pfatfendorf, P. Morrison, D. Grey, L. Scott, E. Remke, H. White. Row 2: S. Wisinewski, L. Stermfeld, A. Gord, I. Boring, D. Cross, I. Leiber, L. Biornstad, R. Terracina, P. Sumski, R. Paule, D. Gust, V. Belcasier, G. Wallace. Row 3: N. Naha- bedian, W. Best, B. Hollabouqh, D. Huelke. 107 Hi h olta e ale men Get the Dollar Row 1: G. Alberti, E. Bernstein, B. Livermore, I. Grimm, M. Tauber, C. Cox, L. Swiderski. Row 2: P. Sum- ski, F. Okrzesik, A. Emrath, G. lohn- son, D. Swierczynski, L. Nitsche, B. Smelters, C. Thompson, P. Meier. Row 3: J. Ullrich, A. Eriksen, R. Ew- erlinq, V. Minerva, B. McKoy, M. Cortez, N. Lippmann, N. Vivoria, C. Erlandson, F. Kolinski. R. Barile. Row 4: S. Spielman, T. Fontana, G. Ro- baidek, E. Palkenstein, A. Andren, P. Anderson, I. Kilbert, G. Riqoni, P. DelPrincipe, P. Lempe, A. Schmidt. M. Hudock, L. Stopa. Row 1: Standing: D. Swierczynski. L. Flanagan, L. Zalent, H. Sandstrom, C. Brons, D. Pierce, I. Zaiic, P. Rob- son. Writing: S. Spielman. Row'2: I. Resag, P. Gregory, C. Beyer, M. Buckley, N. Lippmann lstandinql, E. Meissner, D. Hultberq. Row 3: L. By- lolf, C. Cooper, A. Albate, G. Polzak, D. Corso, M. Bolen, l. Olsen, E. Smith, S. Dreher. Row 4: G. Spa- taro, E. Rhino, I. Bochte, R. Feder- y iqhi. F. Noack, B. Munch, S. Swan- son, M. I. Moens, P. Peshek. Q CIVIC TICKET REPRESENTATIVES lt's just a little card that saves us time and money: it serves also as a passport on Steinrnetz Social Steamer, all of us carry one with us. It furnishes us many good laughs and get-toqethers. What is it? Well, this little Hlohnny on the Spot" is the Well known "Civic Ticket," and these are the buddies who solicit your dollar. 108 IUNIORS AND SENIORS Row 1: M. Smith, N. Klein, C. Osberq, D. Bartosch, L. Scott, G. Roberts, E. Leineweber. R. Nehrkorn, B. Keller. E. Czar- nicki, I. Gilclarslci. Row 2: P. Olsen, L. Maurit, E. Hacker, M. Sotirakopulos, D. Iahnke, I. Moeller, I. Pfaffendorf, D. Turner, I. Studhalter. Row 3: D. Mittricker, H. Bowen, I. Doneqcm, E. Shipilo, M. Hoppe, P. Anderson, G. Tapp, H. West- man, C. Nelson, B. Hasselberger, L. Hataj, I. Losctcco. FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES Standing in front of table: D. DiStasio, G. Ward, S. Bradford, I. ldestrom, L. Beadell, C. Schaeffer. Row 1: P. McNulty, E. Kapsis, R. Colando, L. Galli, A. Conville, S. Kalakis, B. Leahy. Row 3: C. Cribari, E. Marchiori, A. Albate, M. Binkee, E. Me-issner, I. Sydow, I. Satava, E. Focht, G. Cataldi, I. Rasmussen. Row 4: R. Iarmacz, C. Cox, A. Bettar- elli, A. Petrowski, I. Koziarz, E. Williamson, A. Larson, I. Bern, I. Schulz, R. Zaluska, A. Brylas, R. Bressan, I. Schultz, M. Dixon. Champion Mane Extractors Find the Goin Plugged SILVER STREAK SALESMEN - Collecting the price of an annual from two thousand pupils is no small job, but these workers keep at it with great patience and diligence. Although it is a difficult task, the salesmen receive worthwhile training in the routine connected with collecting and handling of money. They are an essential part of the Silver Streak office. 109 Pin Up Girl Heep the Ball -Rollin GIRLS' BOWLING-Foreground: B. Parks. Row 1: A. Bachman, I. Mumber, I. De Fiore, P. Ander- son. M. lbsen, D. Hiiis, I. Boring, I. Ringlund, D. Cross, B. Klauer, A. Rambert. Row 2: D. Hansen, R. Paul, L. Stiernberq, R. Pavlik, S. Berndt, M. Kindsirancl, I. Buberi, L. Licht, D. Mittriclcer, C. Bruqgemann, A. Bruqgemann. Row 3: W. Thieme, L. Keller, P. Allan, I. Bosirom, I. Curiiss, E. Milos, G. Tapp, A. Rich. P. Kildahl, I. Bubeii, B. Hasselberger CAMERA CLUB-On ladder: R. Olson CPres.l Beside ladder: R. Clark CV. Pres.I Row 1: B. Piosl CTreas.I, I. Forsyth lSec.J, Miss Dierks, P. Larson, I. Trosirud. Row Z: R. Black, R. McAndrews. I. Giancola, D. Boehm, D. Streccius. Row 3: I. Sleznick, L. Munger, I. Kuhn. J GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB 'A group of G.A.A. girls have organized a team that meets every Friday after school at a nearby bowling alley. They hope to work off some of the excess energy and drop off a few pounds, loo. CAMERA CLUB Miss Dierks' shutter bugs learn a lot about how io become good photographers. Some of them take pictures for the Star when there are special doings around the school. 110 Future Rodeo ters iWork for Their Letter From top right corner of S. read around the S: I. Catalan, D. DiStasio, M. Boettcher, S. Settepani, I. Grimm, M. Mitch- ell, G. Eagan, I. Gerhard, P. Grider, V. Belcaster, M. Tavilian, L. Zalent, N. Tarpinian, M. Kohler, R. Lockwood, B Case, A. Wieqand, G. Furlan, I. Studhalter, Z. Iopa, R. Paule, D. Hansen, S. Tyler, S. Dre-her, I. Unruh. Lower picture: Row 1: F. Palmer, W. Hammann, E. Milas, C. Bruggemann. Row 2: L. Kieldson, N. Swanson, E. lane sen, P. Allen, D. Hastings, M. Bruqqemann, I. Kusznteruk. In rear: D. Galuska, L. Mallisani, I. Curtiss, C. Beyer, B Whipple. LETTERGIRLS Girls, if you have a G.A.A. letter and are interested, you can join! These athletic girls com- pete against the gym faculty, Letterrnen, and other schools in volleyball games. Proceeds from theirexhibitions are used for improvements in the girls' gymnasium. SADDLE BOUNCERS Hi! tail it out to the Green Tree Stables some Tuesday afternoon and you will find Miss BujeWslii's riding club off on a Canter. Many. times bumped, but always happy, these drug store cowboys go "Western" tor a ride along the old trail. 111 f i Mmffmvusmn-M' W, W,Arf f ,Q gi f S Q w , As S11 3-fi ' K 1 Y :SEK sismszffzw wfrwf x .2 ' W H 2 211 Q ' S " 5 S ' H 'E- ' gesrwxi i 1 x fi 5 Q J L. vs: X . 3 K 4 pg X Fiissfx i ww? Q My, :Ulu '4 .5 M R :gms Srl? 1? EQ. 2 S: T ..,. z ' -1.4.5 Kffw:a5hQ....X.- Rm 3-3 Y- was ff il , . xi . ,M ,W i-sAsFwxfs3g:6f1 -if- f .. .51-ag,-X: gl- 2 K :ff23'f 1 Q sf X X s .U-azz' EGR M i 5 mph-E : Mx- - W .2 NZNVQ 1 X .aw Q . X, 5 75 . W X , Qi X wwf W' 1 .nfl e- A 55 fixikgy x i X. ax Q W , f J 55? 1 'wif fu jwx . - I wi-QE.: fm. -.--:Rst f J Mig . ix Q L. X X F gs L AQ E Te" . -4 ' N114 5: Q my mx? .htggfjv-. .. iS 5 -1 55,1 1 x f xg .Y ff - X A 1' fgkw Q ,X, Q fab --:-f ig M 'rf " sf. .-1,5 A K w X X Qs : fwzazazx' -' -sriafzxfuwzw n vi Xi ,- .E x 4 ,. .M ,S :L- Ngaff I r Q Q lf. 111 Kai M S x fx E K3 w px ,ii ' M iiifei my :Lf 11- ' slbifsfl - -W ... . ...iiimmi x .m M. X, ,, . 1 The 're ell P0 ted on Corridor Conduct SENIORS . Upper right picture: Row 1: L. Holcomb, D. Marinelli, R. Permanian, D. MacDonald, M. Iohnson. Row 2: M. Verba, A Montecalvo, H. Rachanski, I. Waltemade, C. Walter, M. Bilka, D. LoSasso. Row 3: I. Hans, A. Ianke, E. Stieb, E Bosworth, E. Heineman, E. Bienias, L. Merker, E. Fulhorst, I. Bayuk. Row 4: R. Melqaard, R. Mulch, V. Kamin, I Bromstead, G. Zimmerman, A. Wolkey, R. Ziegler, R. Darre, G. Patterson. Row 5: U. Esposito, F. Ehlers, W. Wienert R. Mallin, A. Saporito, M. Griffin, R. Kohlhaas, D. Larson, C. Osberg, F. Wallen, D. Thiel, I. Richards, D. Slaclek, M. Hoppe, L. Hanke, R. Simonian, M. Motykiewicz, M. Weihsmantel. IUNIORS Center picture: In loreqround: Mr. Herrick, L. Lautenschlaqer, A. Hayes, M. Garqiulo, A. Sorensen. Row 2: B. Dyba B. Iohnson, D. Stahl, B. Keller, L. Thomas, M. Hoppe, G. DiLeonardi. Row 3: A. Nicolai, I. Ricci, R. Keyes, L. Stjern: berq, B. Clarke, D. McCann, B. Christensen, D. Mittricker, C. Essers. Row 4: E. I-llavacek, R. Tenqberq, B. Schultz. FRESHMEN Lower left picture: Row 1: I. Braqlia, C. Trestrail, S. Iensen, P. Brand, D. Roesler, E. Williamson, R. Faust. Row 2: M. Hess, E. Halla, A. Zeimet, I. Lambert, B. Shaw, E. Vesper, K. Schaeffer. Row 3: D. Iames, A. Malz, D. Taylor, D. Pretorius, C. Peterson, L. LaRusso, G. Braschko. Row 4: M. Kawai, P. Iohnson, I. Kurzer, l. Hampton. C. Woysocki, R Lipke, H. Aclamowicz. Row 5: A. Palesch, M. Voyda, A. Larson, I. Karas, I. Lance, G. Cataldi, A. Frankian. Row 6: M. Garrett, L. Kampka, Z. Tamas, E. Focht, R. l-ljelkrem, P. Herd, L. Iust. Row 7: F. Fernandez, I. Dombk, D. Miller E. Neff, G. Spataro, I. Ciringione, M. Bolen. I. Ziemann. SOPHMORES Lower right picture: Row 1: S. Kruckow, L. Katano, E. Burnier, L. Gunther, N. Ferqelec, N. Nelles. Row 2: M. Iohn- son, G. Hammer, A. Schmidt, I. Kilbert, R. Zaluska, P. Kilcoyn. Row 3: I. Pickett, R. Piccuica, I. Staniszewski, H Tarraqano, B. Sayre, I. McGuire. Row 4: G. Krauczak, I. Hoppe, G. Krecker, D. Hermestrofi, W. Hart, O. Tessarol Row 5: E. Zagorski, D. Burger, R. Hanley, C. Milles, N. Honcharuk, R. Witte. 113 Steinmetz Second Annual Fall Festival xi' 11 X Q .GL mm., F' I w,As1.gA,,F,.Q.5E. K 2-wg 2: pg? 5' Hx .Q vi s if S 5 if Q 3 A . 3 awk X ig? X 35? 1 S L xy JE . ' 1' ,L 5. f Q , X N 1 .W feiirk x w 5 K. Q' 1 irq? T!-:fix A . ASW ww fy R , .. V 4 . we ' f - M W ' iv Q Sf' ' A .,,., , Q Fx W5 wk A 5 M .. if gi ..,. . .. J X X 5 XE HX iv X X3 A 3 ,-:xv.. , 2:32. fgkvg 133' new , Mgw. Sm gm Q ,- 'megfgz 'Xe-,xigfg Q-- f bw ix. X. Qu A , Q:-vs :ive 5 - Y Wy. X bs, til? 27 yay 3 Vx f 5 X 4' x X K 15 . pl X 2 , A K 5 V' A, -gk. S"f 0 5552255231 X- . X 2 K, NV -wx W' fif1a.1.::rf:.w- W -QQ AW Q , gg ' . A L . l 2 - --' nA'NN"AQ if xifx.. ,li Q 1 f , , . . Tlx , fy fi iw-.Qxsf A- ff ' W wi.. vi 3 5 Q Q5 H1-LIGH in fire my 1947-1948 Ding Dong! school's on again ushering in a brand new year with events tar too numerous to record, but jot down these high spots in your ' memory book. + .S-lzpfemder pops in with a haDDY hopeful football team . . . eager learners . . .-pep assemblies . . . Fall Fashion Parade . . . and the month Winds up with Magic Maker Tarbell causing us to wonder as we wander into OL-lager ablaze with Fire Prevention Talks . . . U. S. Army inviting 4A's to join A. . . but waitl tea is being served . . . Dr. Hunt has arrived . . . Mr. McKensie has a birthday . . . well we're back in stride again . . . that Swing Show did it swinging us right smack into sombre Wgyemler , , , Armistice Day Program . . . Red Cross Drive . . . serious moments pass . . . up pops the Fall Festival . . . gaiety, lite, crowds, money . . . Water Pageant, Posture Contest . . . Awards . . . B-r-r-r it's cold . . . legemger knocks . . . let him in with his Concerts . . . Mother's Teas . . . Polish Party . . . Puppet Show . . . Christmas Pantomine . . . ah! comes January with the cold reckoning facts, MARKS! some D's too . . . N.H.S. Breakfast . . . Prom . . . Graduation . . . new Spring programs . . . and the curtain falls on the first semester. Leap Year ,izegmary talks up . . '. State Cr- atorical Contest brings honor to Steinmetz . . . Advance Spring Styles Shown . . . National Heroes Come In For Praise . . . Sport Thrills Show gets students' applause . . . Well windy WWW-fl what have you to blow about? . . . Oh it's Tangora, famous world typist . . . Com- mander Mac Millan, Arctic explorer . . . a Skating Party glides by . . . National Guards do a little advertising . . . Jap,-if arrives with Polyphonic music from Wheaton College Choir . . . Military Ball struts past . . . Pan American Day observed . . . Clean-up Paints a program . . . Balmy may buds out . . . Green Curtains stage a play . . . luniors have their Prom . . . Fall Programs are in progress . Memorial Day service pays tribute . . . Baseball draws the crowds . . . and so goes the busy whirl of events, but can it be possible june is upon us with all its rosy glory . . . P.T.A. Charm Girls have a night . . . "Grads" have their luncheon . . . Prom night is romance night . . . Class Day . . . finally Graduation . . . and Steinmetz chalks up another great year ot work, fun and trolic. 4, ,.-A- k i'f'fT W .Q i..Z,'3D. f - -ina :aim-D .1'I1'Q"3g , 4.5-, 0- v di . . A , , A .1 if f-4-'. a rs 'W Q ' -"5 13 ,b 4 Wai? -.-.1-L - . 4 . . . 'f ,::'- - -"-4 u ul - gf' ,, 1 - -Ag H, -fig- .gg O, 'Inn 0 1 4 ia ,541 m u .lu . 1 ' ll'-P E J 'M' I X ful s, xgf 'f Li ' ' 'P 1 Yi- 3.1,-L? :gg -- -I .r:'F'ED ' 1 ' , 'Fixx :PEG -7 'L ! 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FOOTBALL When the boys are in action they need "qobs" of cheering from their buddies to spur them on to victory. Thats school spirit, and that's what real lovers of Steinmetz should have and should display at every opportunity presented to them. Many times when the success of the game is in the balance, a lusty cheer from their comrades has often been known to turn the Tide. So come out to the games, folks, and get behind your team! 121 gttztf "H xi I Row 1: A. Peterson, D. Garber, I. Zaleski, I. Morrison, E. Buzinski, F. Iohnson, V. Carsello, P. Rizzo, G. Frank, B. Krus, H. Iohnson, L. McGrath, G. Paloian, D. Wappner. Row 2: R. Faust, D. Chaber. I. Kujala, C. Sanzone, R. Lombardi. R. Ziekert, R. Bailey, B. Miller, G. Scholz, G. Lupo, M. Thomas, M. Lange, R. Wilson, I. Mascarella, W. Ahern, C. Kotarsf Row 3: P. Iohnson, I. Hedstrom, E. Sell, M. Sveinsson, B. Bielawa, E. Schillmoeller, D. Kuester, R. Allen. R. Habich, I. Doneqan, N. Ballack, D. Shoard, G. Lorenz, P. Schmuck, T. Varouxakis, R. Anderson, R. Ulrich. Row 4: I. Pangborn, T. Rusin, I. Kroll, G. Iohnson, M. Hopkins, B. Kozlovich, F. Dunn, H. Rix, C. Livermore, I. Bayuk, R. Fredericksen, R. Wozny, R. Buchweitz, R. Iacobson, R. Kohut. To the left: Coach Thompson. Triple Threater Block Uur Goal Line FOOTBALL The towering Titans who represent Steinmetz on the gridiron have put the trials and tribulations ot another season behind them. The mud, the rain, the chills and thrills of action, packed games mixed with the cheers of roaring crowds, are now but pleasant thoughts. And that trip made to Benton Harbor surpasses all other memories. But then We recall the tough season highlighted by the game CPD with Austin llater the city Champsl. The mighty muscle men and their sponsor, Mr. Thompson, deserve plenty of credit for their wonderful cooperation and splendid fighting spirit. 122 Row 1: R. Meyers, I. Larson, N. Marshall, C. Freeman, C. Franke, W. O'Neil, D. Battistoni, T. Dyson F. Hardt, S. Falzone, O. Doumanian. Bow 2: R. Iulin, 'T. Bowler, S. Tavitian, A. Hofmann, B. Radeck W. Whittaker, F. Durinski, E. Lake, K. Schiller, L. Netterstrom, M. Smith. Row 3: D. Hardt, D. Sa dowski, O. Edwards, I. Berge, D. Anderson, T. Baldwin, R. Christensen, R. Oller, K. Gray, N. Hon charuk, B. Smalley, Mr. Havlicek. Dog Paddlers Keep Abreast With Their Strokes - BOYS' SWIMMING CLUB' This year's swimming team, again ably coached by Mr. Havlicek, has had a memorable season. The loss ot last year's men caused a rather slow start, but through the cooperation of all those who participated the team gathered speed as the year progressed. We ended Witha better than average group. 123 The Coach Let Them in on ome ofthe Trick ' The 47-48 Basketball season came to a thrilling climax, when Senior Squad Was nosed out of the city playoffs by a close marqin of 3 points, losing to Senn. Melqaard scored 12 field goals and 3 free throws totaling 27 points topping the previous record set last season by Wolz which was 26 points for one game. He also set a new record for the Iuniors in total points for the season. SENIOR TERM Row 1: K. Iohcmnsen, I. Sarina, I. Corbett, B. Beckman, A. Schroeder twith balll. Row 2: H. Iones. I. Iohannsen, S. Lersch, R. Cunniff, R. Tiritilli. Row 3: L. Bastian, R. Wooley, W. Lutz, R. Wendt, G, Cimeley, P. Roberts, Mr. Lakin, coach. IUNIOR TEAM Row 1: R. Mytych, L. Fischer, L. Rurkcz, C. Dahl. Row 2: P. Palmer, L. Balinski, M. Kita, D. Ander- sen, D. Grey. Row 3: I. Staniszewski, S. Wisniewski, V. Kcrmin, R. Melqaard, C. Iohnson, Mr. Rut- tenberq. coach. l Q lk Q 3- . : - 1 4 Q Q- N 1 3 iii? 553. SV ' X .. A NA ,. 1 Qu 'Pfifiixs I X X 5 5 4 5 91--.V I 3' ' S We iw S? X S I ,1- ? -vvfllfb - .i x.x- I 2 X V X -,xc im.. - 4. . .. .1 , -1-'QQQQA Hi-I I . RQ. 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Fricano lcaptainl. K. Musial, O. Kleiber, Coach Vesel. Row 2: G. Nelson, A. Hofmann, R. Anderson, L. Netterstrom, A. Noehre, R. Gilles. Row 3: P. Strapko, A. Romano, G. Noehre, R. Glazowski, B. Fisher. 126 4. . 2- Q v .QW15 vi- ' .S e 1... W , -,my -. H X ifg . 3 ' 'Mx A kp h K .Q ,:., z Q . .,i-'55"5E,l1, V53 , '3:.5:N:E" 5 x - 1' , , QW. .. f " I 1 ' . ' . X f g . - ff , W.,-f . Q. 1 .X 5 wg v-. 1 -1365. F. - , gg 4 .. .... -. ' -- ' ' "' . P' ' Y ' Q.: fa ., 5 .. ..:s. I.: me 1 xg.. .gx ff 2 . ,f v V - -:-3 K ag K ,Q K i 1 32 1 E 'L WRXSS3? . X 1' . 5 E ' .ff ' s 1 ' 'L ' fu - 1: 1. -:fig-2... .- .. w ma.-1 1. Q-,SQQQ X f ' 2 , .. ' H , f - ., 1- -5 -., 1. - Q. - -W Nga...- ..gX Q 5 - 5:4 . , .. . X Q ... . .. W... A vQf,g..s ., -. , - 45,5315 ,q -- me-v .-.:f--.-+A:- 3 X .-X'-M .izr f '- S- V' ' Q , .f .. -G. 1. . 4. - N X - f 1 H . ' ' ' X 133 1 1 Q2 5 A 2 I ' '91 .F ,QM ,mf-'NSQfffQ"f 1 ---- 5 X f I ' ' 3 f :E ,E Q? N -W , " S fviist f M 1 :. 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'S Y vm-n H if Q K "Always Heep Active" ls GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The purpose of the G.A.A. is to encourage girls to earn their athletic letters. The G.A.A. activities are guided by Mrs. Soderberg and the Board ot Control, a selected group who manage the various events. The events include volley- ball, basketball, ping-pong, bowling, apparatus tournaments and posture contests. Awards are given for each affair at a semi-annual assembly. This year the total membership was 1347 members. Their lo an G. A. A. BOARD At left: I. Catalan, M. Mitchell, M Taviticzn, M. I. Griffin. Row I: I Boring, E. Leineweber, D. Voyta, B Hasselberqer, P. Ie-nsen, G. Tapp, G Wallace. Row 2: M. Hilsirorn, V Belcastezr, A. Wieqand, I. Furlcm, I Studhalter, E. Rhino, L. Ewalcl, L Ohlander. Bow 3: M. Sheppard, M. Merrill, L. Falknor, C. Ianis, P. Mor- rison, B. Schuham, I. Unruh. 128 x .,... , Q E lex N H+.. 4 if +3 I Q X SKAQX xy 'Q X ,. ag f Q3 Q Y M' Si s E' 1' .9141 . Hwy .Q 'L ' A E 5 553 2 . X .. E? 5. as 4 , j ji iw gu , t.k.. N A :ws xm VW, 'igffimw N, ..c., f ., Af Q as .Amana- gr-1 ,gn- x X X 1 x X A,,,.. , 't 1' !,'f'3.'Qkg ' H : " 'L .- x A NX . 3 4 Q L . F 1 X 5 X ., 2 QQ Ni? 1 ri f ,Q xxx -xx L - - , x X L ,f e . , 15 'lf""' 3 -f.: wx XM W f iw z jf k K W 5 Qirifpi 5' :M A P' Under crutin ofthe Commandinl Officer lst Platoon: lst Squad: N. Ccmelli, C. Wysocki, D. Schrceder, R. Zoltek, R Scurto, W. Fanning, M. Sproueare, D. Sami. 2nd Squad: W. Barr, I. Thomp son, W. Metz, R. Kent, R. Usack, R. Nagy, D. Robson, K. Muellner. 3rd Squad! B. Elliott, R. Pappendorf, R. Anderson, R. Strombeck, R. Schultz, I. Hunter, R Cattelino, M. Arnold. Foreground: Lt. B. I-lensel. CO. C. lst PLATOON Ready! Aim! Fire! These are the familiar commands that rinq out on the campus each spring while Co. C practices infantry tactics that they have been studying all year. This includes some camouflage, so you'd better beware when crossing the campus. Who knows, that clump that you are stepping on might be one of our cadets in one of his camouflage tactics. 133 The 're Alvv y Upto ome N W Tactic 2nd Platoon: lst Squad: A. Watanabe, R. Olsen, E. Schenk, F. Ublasi, D. Dell- aringa, R. Borchax-dt, I. Caccavciri, D. Savaiano, D. Roester, D. Nufer. Znd Squad: L. Munqer, L. Dougherty, I. Zapatka, I. Crites, I. Burien, P. Garry, D. Morris, P. Iqnoifo, C. Nystrom. 3rd Squad: I. Kalinowski, K. Davis, N. Gerlach, R. Riqoni, W. Hawkins, R. Zielke, M. Palella, I. Lonergcm, R. Gates, R. Head, Fcreground: Lt. A. Beckman. CO. C. 2nd PLATOON This qroup is instructed much like the first. The cadets are given a preview of the remaining three years in the R.O.T.C., and many then set the goal of rank which they will seek. Like their brothers in the first platoon, all look forward to the issue of uniforms. 134 Future Trouble hooters Stand Read to ct CO. B. lst PLATOON Here the cadets' dreams are realized. They each receive a brand new uniform from Uncle Sam. This inspires ihe cadets Whose studies and V duties are rapidly advancing with the passing of each day. The use of the individual Weapon, M-1 rifle, now enters their lives. I ls! Platoon: lst Squad: SXSQK. R. DiTommaso, SfSqi. R. Godiewski, L. Hermansen, W. Schloifeldi, I. Petrich, P. Hansen, W. Dorweiler, K. Rasmussen, O. Anderson, P. Morris, C. Hughes. 2nd Squad: SfSqt. D. Tansor, R. Osirowski, H. Muehrinq, I. Leahy, G. Allen, M. lay, I. Leisner, I. Hale, B. Roses. 3rd Squad: SfSgt. A. DeTo1ve, I. Sundene, R. Lizon, A. Heineman, P. Sioehr, R. Hnai, R. Kruse, A. White, C. Milles, R. Olszowka. Fore- ground: Lt. H. Spears, Capt. R. VanVooren. 135 Preei lien and Dependable Performance Count CO. A. 2nd PLATOON The boys are now introduced to the intricacies of map reading and aerial photography. After this comes the federal inspection and then qraduation. They should be by now better equipped for their place in the World. 2nd Platoon: lst Squad: SfSqt. E. Krebs, Sf Sgt. D. Bartosch, D. Disney, D. Nasti R. Zullo, G. Haas, T. Stocco, R. Santi, R. Borchardt. 2nd Squad: SfSqt. C. Cre pas, H. Schmerler, I. Rutkowski, F. Gumma, R. Litawcx, A. Buritt, I. Keas, I McGuire. 3rd Squad: SfSgt. P. Iohnson, R. Mozik, R. Kuhr, I. lacobs, I. Nel son, R. Ross, W. Nagy, H. Mills, lst!Sqt. Wappner. Foreground: Lt. R. Snell 136 , I Q 1 eriou fatter Call for eriou Face COMPANY A-lst PLATOON ' lst Platoon: lst Squad: R. Wilson, E. Munk, R. Witte, H. Miller, E. Heineman, C. Sedlack, E. Bosworth, E Smudcx. 2nd Squad: SfSgt. R. Schaffer, A. Warner, I. Bums, F. Olson, R. Prusinski, R. Clark, C. Eld- ridge. 3rd Squad: S!Sgt. E. Folz, R. Adrian, R. Spirko, J. Dubrovin, W. Muzyka, A. Carlson, B. Kruse TfSgt. B. Sanders. Foreground: Lt. H. Anderson. OFFICERS AND CADETS MEET FOR CONFERENCE Seated: Sql. Frisch, Capt. Ketchum. Standing: Cadet Capt. Y Van Vooren, Cadet Lt. Col. Busse, Cadet Mai. Odean, Ca- det 2nd Lt. Rasmussen, Sgt. Rose. 137 1 4 , 1 4 i . . I3 -L - Ar-:x 213213, 'A .'ig?xQ.zi- .5 , ' -. " , "-':r- q -" uf' ,-- -1. J.- . ,J il E . -KJ' ' 'Q' in t In ' 1 533.- 751 , -. ll um .073 ' lg - -A n., - -.rj - w -' w . ' K. i 2 - v,-. ri' 4 5 .q- 5. z.. ' 'GQ :-:H 1 . up-E If '1- 1. JSI' 5: ' .5151 F I n X 'Ez' K V 'QE 352' ' f K E ffn f H I v! J. I H f,1'?:Q, 'f' , J ' I N 5 .Ti?f ' 1' W . I y 1 . ' 41 QV? v I - ,E I i tit 'SES N N F N ,J 'Qi' ' Q .'. Y' 4'-G y 'gg 3 1 .- -- ., e.,- J L, 1: :Fw Sf" iq: 'Q I Q--: . -. 1 2. 1 Af xi if L . .ay . ," ' 'Q . a " - f-'L s Q 1 ..-tairwrfp. -. it 3- 'LCE' ' Qidsflrx 2 - 15351 gift- .rr . -IEEE?-.5151-S'-Q., u1I2'4M-ff-' QI , 1-if Ng 12- A 'fz3'1- qv T - 1 F-' 2 1 :. ' Q ai f n- 4, Y 1 ' - ' 3 1 . F- . .eu-in .L , . S 3.g,945-5.3 5- .-.- 1 , .xg Jzi- " ::3- - ' K '. '..-'Kg-'F 1' E A - 5 f' ' 2 ' .U-,'.lf:'!.-1 -. L gysf5:3f' !!:5"r V Mf- :af 'fffil '5','- ' S-Epi .l, 'iffffif' .,g,v-- TELEC ST UMBEP1 FUUP1 GPLADU TIU The Class of 19.48 can look with pride on the year of their departure from Steinrnetz. This year will go down in history as Television Year-the year when the world can be set into action at the twist of a tiny button. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Dorothy Christoifersen . . . to reach the top rfmg on the music Alice Colavincenzo . . . mash the "spuds" and broil the fish and ladder is "Dot's" ambition . . . Miss Polka encourages her . . . "Al" will be happy . . , radio and piano are her pastimes . . . dislikes girls who dye to be blondes . . . Dardanelles, Alchem- quiet, courteous, ambitious chap is her dream boy . . . Italian, stein, Girls' Choir, G.A.A. N.H.S. G.A.A. Caryl'Christopherson : . . finds time to read and embroider while 'Richard Conrad h . . ,,DiCk.s.. pick is Miss Polka A ' . he,S Q model ,planning chop-suey dinners . . . thinks Mr, Bradley is great . . . when it O t . 1 n rm .f t b d k taboos people who sing with the radio and girls who smoke . . . d C mes O mm G es ' ' ' 1 e W1 ey mus e Q goo COO Office Service' GAA. an not too much oi a talker . . . N.H.S. Mary Ciolino . . . "Mar" would rather window-shop than listen , i Charles Crepas . - - "Cl'111ClC" 9XP9ClS to delve deep into CheU1lCGlS to corny jokes . . . would like to sample chocolate malts at the . . . his stamp collection is out of this world . . . Miss Kilburn Bahamas . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . Choir, Dardanelles, Pan charms him . . . long skirts trip him . . . interested in pleasing American. Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. personalities . . . Chess. Raymond Cuunifi . . . "Lefty" hopes there's one more meatball Ierry Diduch . . . "Red" likes to be a iussin' and a teudin' around when that Irish colleen does his cooking . . . his talent is on the cars . . . blue-eyed blondes appeal to this mechanic . . . those athletic side . . . hopes Illinois will grab him . . . Baseball, Bas- long dresses get him down . . . and so do gossiping girls. kelbflll- Rudolph Di Tommaso . . . "Rudy's" hunting instinct leads him to Edward Davidek . . , admires the sociable girl who reirains from edibles oi any description . . . admires Mrs, Taglia . . . intelligent smoking . . . plans on making plenty of money . . , admires Mr. girls meet his approval . . . spends leisure time with good books Fitzgerald . . . conceited people annoy him. - . . ltGliCII1. Hall Guard, R.O.T.C. Ida De Boer . . . "I" will lead a "sketchy" life picking up a face ldnice Dobbeck . . . a busy seamstress who has no time for crabs here and there . . . no unreliables will be penciled . . . likes contemplates a college career . . . "Ian" appreciates the boy boys with sunshine faces and dispositions to match . . . Dardan- student and athlete . . . sophisticated girls are outlawed . . . elleg, Cqrtoonl N,H,S,, G,A,A, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Alchernstein, G.1-LA., N.l-l.S. 142 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Donald Amundson . . . Tucker car will fade out when "Don" puts his new model on the market . . . ice cream and quiet girls suit him . . . good manners count . . . Student Council, Engineer- ing, Travel. lames Ancora . . . lim likes chopsuey . . . he has military am- bitions . . people who are vandals annoy him . . . goes for the sociable girl . . . admires Mr. Spikings . . . First Atd, Engineers, Cross Country. Rosetta Antonelli . . . maybe Ray may call her Rose, but no one else . . . dainty beef sandwiches are her favorites . . . Mr. Ander- son is tops . . . good books are her secret pals . . . Hall Guard. Italian, G.A.A. Robert Azzato . . . this massive male eagerly awaits manhood . . . pa's '47 "Chevy" is his delight . . . unassuming smart little numbers are his choice in the girl question . . . Cooking, Student Council, Wrestling, Fan Club. Alyce Bachman . . . caring for the sick at Belmont hospital and specializing in savory turkey sandwiches is her delight . . . Stein Sten, Pan American, Dardanelles, Pre Medios, Ir. Service, Star, G.A.A., N.H.S. ' Virginia Becker . . . "Ginny" keeps eating "f-lershies" for height . . . likes people who talk a lot . . . globe trotting is her ambi- tion . . . will invite Miss Grant to accompany her . . . Pan Amer- ican, R.O. Band, Concert Band, N.H.S. Robert Beckman . . . "Lefty" doesn't like the razor's edge . . . Mr. Bramkamp's quiet manner has a soothing effect . . , builds his pastime around sports . . . looking for a common sense wife . . . Lettermen, Basketball. Iune Biornstad . . . she likes to draw more than her breath when ma's devil's food cake is baking . . . has designs on a handsome athlete . . . Star Staff, Pepsteins, Library, Camera, Latin, Scan- dinavian, G.A.A. I Gladys Brady . . . "Glad" likes her pickles with ice cream . . . "he" must be tall and dark . . . hob-nobblng with the gang is her delight . . . Choir. Cheerleaders, First Aid, Stein Sten, G.A.A. William Briney . . . take a peek in at "Pres" workshop . . . you might find Miss Kilburn there . . . frozen faces are excluded . . .his classmates are his pals . . . goes for apple pie . . , Pre Medios, Alchemstein, N.H.S. Dorothy Erotherton . . . "Dot" would stake her tennis score on pastry goodies . . . is sure loud vulgar girls will make poor wives . . . boys, good on the conversation, please her . . . selects Miss Selinger . . . G.A.A. William Campbell . . . if you're on the market for a "used" car see this genial roller-skating fan . . . likes up and coming girl who can help him run his woodcarving shop. 1 Dolores Carpino . . . Harry Iames' records take l..ory's money . . . auburn haired "fellas" get her eye . . . friendly people, like Miss Selinger, win her heart . . . Hall Guard, Fixit Club, Choir, Library, G.A.A. Gaines Carter . . . pork chops and mashed potatoes furnish food to develop muscle for weight lifting, "Buster's" specialty . . . admires Mr. Havlicek and Mr. Vesel . . . dislikes conceited people and yapping girls . . . German. Albin Anderson . . . "Al" consumes carrots and pizza . . . Mr. Bradley's history class stands out . . . believes woman's charm lies in her soft voice . . ,. will start a campaign against women smokers in public. - N Leroy Andrea . . . "Andy's" pickled herring appetite increases as he swims and plays basketball . . . jokers that can't take a joke get no time from him . . . prefers the understanding Miss . . . admires Miss Brugger . . . Engineering. Donald Anqerhofer . . . will pass his days railrcading and his nights motor-bike-riding . . . his lunch box carries cheeseburgers . . . "Finger" points to blondes as his favorite type . . . cracks down on gum-crackers. ' Russell Barlle . , . over made-up girls annoy "Russ" . . . long Walks invigorate this roast chicken consumer . . . hopes to win an argument some day in Dr. Bradley's class . . . likes many friends with pleasing personalities. Marian Basso . . . don't drag your feet when Mickie's around . . . she's the dancing gal . . . Miss Polka is her dream girl . . . suc- cess means everything to her . . . Riding Club, Adv. Latin, Dra- matics. G.A.A. P Lawrence Bastian . . . "Nails" is strong for steak and onions . . . chooses Miss Farr as Gin Rummy partner . . . would oust dis- honest "pols" . . . girls don't appeal . . . Basketball, Baseball, Tall Teens, Sport Fans. lean Blendow . . . "Ieannie" likes to eat . . . bowling and danc- ing stimulate her appetite . . . good talkers and dancers furnish pleasure . . . when she's a housewife, late street cars won't worry her anymore . . . G.A.A. Marilyn Boettcher . . . neatness and promptness are essentials in B's life . . . filling scrapbooks takes up her leisure . . . happy- go-lucky people amuse her . . .. Ir., Choir, Camera, Edelweiss Verein, Lettergirls, GA.A. Lucy Boyaiian . . . fun loving "Lu" likes Miss Sechler and thought- ful boy friends . . . the sociable, unselfish girl is her pick . . . to keep a good house is her delight . . . French, Dardanelles, Pre Medios, Choir, G.A.A. nita Burkhardt . . . "Nita" has no objection to talking unless i is an oral report . . . drawing keeps her out of mischief . . . riding keeps her bouncing . . . Cartoon. Handicraft, Spanish, Hall Guard, Library, G.A.A. 1 Henry Burmelster . . . "Hank's" coupe keeps him fixin' . . . likes the well-balanced maidens . . . new ventures hold his interest . . . Engineering, Minute Men, Hall Guard, Cross Countryt Latin. Boys' Cooking. Alchemstein, N.H.S. P Ralph Busse . . . talkative girls and conceited people get the "push off", from "Buster" . . . mashed potatoes with roast pork give him the muscle to lift weights . . . admires Mr. Vesel and Mr. l-lavlicek . . . Golf, German. ' Edward Castellan . . . "Eddy Boy" consumes pizza faster than he drives the hot rods . 1 . blue eye blondes get his vote . . . so does Dr. Bradley . . . loud girls are very offensive to this lad . . . Clippers. Elaine Chlcouris . . . Mr. Ruzicka's photograph gets the first page in "Buzzy's" album . . . nursing is the vocation of this soft-spoken movie fan who frowns on conceited and distant people . . . G.A.A. Lloyd Christiansen . . . this radio fan spends time at the show with favorite pals . . . hopes the future holds a fancy sailboat for him . . . conceited people will get no life preserver . . Rifle. Prcrunsn ON orrosrrs PAGE Marilyn Fletcher . . . you can,fetch "Fletch" Allen's egg salad sandwiches anytime . . . family ties are close . . . so is Mrs. Armitage . . . Press, Dardanelles, French, Sketch, Library, Radio. Choir, Math, Pre Medios, G.A.A. ' Richard l-'ox . . . "Dick's" pastime is sleeping . . . to the banks of Fish Creek, he takes his line and tackle . . . while he awaits his bite, he dreams of his future wealth. Nick Fucciolo . . . second john Barrymore likes to debate . . . jokes are always welcome . . , so is Mr. Bradley . . . Radio Per- formance, Green Curtain, Fixit, Student Council, Press, Choir, Star, Voice, French. Theresa Garber . . . no homework land is "'l'ag's" destination . . . will lead lvlr, Bradley there . . . chooses nurse's vocation . . . off duty hours will find her nose in a book . . . Office Service, G.A.A. Shirley Garling . . . "Shir1's" classical records might cheer her convalescents some day when she lands that nursing job . . . would invent a cure for conceit . . . suggests hamburgers for appetite appeasers . .I . Red-Cross, G.A.A. Iohn Giannini . . . getting riches soon so he can have his fill of spaghetti is Iohn's dream . . . "Ma" Kilburn might be mentioned in his will . . . smoking women annoy him . . . Riding, Italian. lack Grande . . . there's no limit to "Stonewall's" capacity when pizza is a-cooking . . . likes to mingle with friendly, unconceited people . . . seeking an advertising career . . . Student Council, Cross Country, Track, Letterman, Green Curtain. 1 Geraldine Green . . . making Italian sausage sandwiches for a certain tall blond and delivering speeches against long skirts and loud gum cracking are "Blondie's" pet pastimes . . . Hall Guard, Magazine, G.A.A. 1 Patricia Gregory . . . "Pat" would like to play pinochle with Mr. Bradley as a partner . . . I. Boutall might be on deck too . . . don't "Patsy" her . . . Green Curtain, French, Camera, Dardan- elles, G.A.A., N.H.S. George Haelner . . . "Chicken Bone" still believes in fairies for he wants millions to spring up in his sleep and while he's passing time consuming pizza and chicken . . . not in favor of long skirts. Jeanne Halvorsen . . . trying her hand at the culinary art and gathering favorites menus are this lady's pastimes . . . singing off key bothers her . . . admires Miss Grant . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. Doris Hansen . . . mom plays while "Dar" sings and ham sizzles in the oven . . . sincere people are invited to the feast . . . sar- casm goes into the refuse . . . Lettergirls, French, Dardanelles, Choir, Ir. Service, N.H.S. Beverly Hassett . . . wedding bells are close at hand so "Mutz" spends her moments piling up the hope chest . . . see her for pointers on how to be a good bridesmaid , . . G.A.A. La Verne Hatai . . . men who push the gentler sex down to get on a bus, rate zero with "Lovey" . . . accordion playing is her ac- complishment . . . smoking girls are a public nuisance . . . Rid- ing, Etiquette, Pep, G.A.A. ' Vivian Hellstrom . . . boring people will not share Aher famous collection of chewing gum and poems . . . "Shorty" looks to Mr. 'Lloyd for advice on her career in the commercial artist field . . . G.A.A. Elvera Fulhorst . . . "Al," the future swimming instructor would wade through deep water for "Thompson's ice cream" . . . is a camera fiend . . . dislikes high-heeled bobby-soxers . . . Tall I Teens, Hall Guard, Travel, G.A.A. Virginia Furlan . . .this rugged personality beats the band in Elmwood Park . . . reaches out for stardom in the baseball world . . . ravioli furnishes the muscle . . . Pep, Hall Guard, Letter- girls, Latin, Leaders, Italian, G.A.A. Anthony Gallo . . . "Tony" does some collective bargaining with his records . . . feminine smoke-stacks and conceited girls will not feast on ma's homemade goodies . . . knows the value of being a success .' . . Italian. Clara Giestland . . . this calm lady can furnish you with salt and pepper shakers for any occasion . . . is counting on a trip to Norway soon . . . knows she'l1 miss mom's lamb chops . . . Scan- dinavian, G.A.A. Helen Glatz . . . preiudiced people are not welcome in this lady's new home . . . seeks friendly people . . . favors Carthage . . dad's cooking is tops . . . Dardanelles, German, Latin, Library, Pre Medios, G.A.A., N.H.S. A Ioyce Godee . , . slow street cars take the joy out of "Ioy" . . . expert at topping off good sodas . . . hopes to find her Irish type on sidewalks of New York . . likes Mrs. Soderberg . . G.A.A. Mary Griffin . . . "Griff" is stiff with "dead beats" . . . seems like there's more than hope in her chest . . . Wyoming is the place for her where she can ride the plains . . . Pan American, G.A.A. . Victor Griseto . . . "Bud's" dad's delicious waffles give him en- ergy to hold up corner lamp post . . . hard beds hurt his back . . . admires the girl athlete . . . Lettermen, Baseball, Talent, Choir. Gertrude Gross . . . "Trudy" appreciates Mrs. Fausel . . . true friendship is treasured . . . la hike and a swim keep her in trim for a chicken dinner . . . western lands call her . . . collects rec- ords galore . . . Edelweiss. Warren Hansen . . . to put his teeth in a good T-Bone steak is "Hans' " idea of heaven . . . might share it with Mr. Bradley . . . radio gets his spare moments . . . Local History, Police. Ioan Harrsch . . likes "egg foo young" to top off rollerskating party . . . enjoys Mr. Bradley's sense of humor . . . a good dancer attracts her attention . . , Florida sunshine has a spot in her heart . . . G.A.A. ' , Donald Hartung . . . love sets followed by baskets of fun pep up Don's leisure . . . wouldn't mind spending his days in a "chem lab" . Engineering, Alchemstein, Student Council, Siqma'Quad, N.H.S. ' La Verne Henson . . . "Lee" hopes her future better half won't be stubborn . . . her handy needle will keep her wardrobe stacked with latest fashions . . . is an artist at pushing the pill . . . Golf, College, G.A.A. Eugene Heier . . . bring on the jazz and dish up the shrimp, "Hoff" has arrived . . . surround him with beautiful girls and "oodles" of money and he'll have no pet peeves . . . German, Riding. Ioseph Hoffman . . . "Ioe's" legal mind will defend sleeping habit anytime . . . picks Livermore as his consultant . . . sparkling personalities among the weaker sex mean much to him . . . Sew- ing, Hall Guard, Latin, N.H.S. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Patricia Dolson . . . "Patroosh" believes lunch periods are for eating, not reading . . . her little menagerie and Hawaiian guitar iurnish pastimes . . . likes riding in Wisconsin on a stalwart steed . . . Pep, Riding, Dardanelles, N.H.S, G.A.A. Robert Donovan . . . "Bob's" pastime is "Lite" work . . . lifting bears weight with him . , . commercial artist is his goal . . . blue eyes bewitch him . , . Football at Lane, Riding, Cartoon, Basket- ball, Intramural baseball: Shirley Dreher . . . "Shirl's" walking habit is hard on her shoes . . . she-'d like to be a buyer . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Council, French, Hall Guard, Choir, Red Cross, Lettergirls, N.l-l.S., G.A.A. Norman Edwards . . . ice cream and chopsuey mix well with "Norm" . . . gives smoking girls the brush-off as he paints . . . admires Miss Blythe . . . Green Curtain, Concert Band, Edelweiss Vere-in, R.O.T.C. Band, Sketch. Robert Ewerlinq . . . "Bob's" too busy eating and working to bother with hobbies . . . skyriding is his goal . . . Mrs. Gehant comes in for praise . . . one little brunette for him . . . Rifle. Grace Falzone . "Sleepy" wants to wake up to a good secre- tary's job . . . Mrs. Taglia will be the alarm clock . . . teasers will get the needle from this seamstress . . . likes gentlemanly boys . . . Italian, GAA. Gloria Durinski . . . "Stormy's" collection ot perfumes waits sweet odors as Miss Selinger passes by . . . bottle blondes irk her . . . popcorn keeps her filled . . . Leaders, Office Service, Seasonal Sports, Bowling, Swim, G.A.A. Howard Dutzi . . . carving a big piece of pumpkin pie is Dutz accomplishment . . , he's no snail when it comes to fishing . . . at hunting he's a dear . . . fun is his slogan . . . Engineer. Robert Eberle . . . a teener with many ideas about his iuture but is a sphinx about them . . . confesses he'1l take medicine if he gets the chance . . . Band, Green Curtain, N.l-l.S. Iames Farley . . . "Iimzie's" car takes all his leisure so girls are on the waiting list . . . not smokers however . . . cars intrigue him . . . Mr. Sweig is his good friend . . . bar b-cue beef is his choice. Ieanne Fink . . . "Stuff" likes the agreeable pal . . . treasures real friendship . . . aims at housewife role . . . Mr. Bradley rates first place . . . rollerskating in search ot trench fries is her hobby . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Gloria Fiorda . . . future famous journalist is no jinx when music is circulating . . . would ban all street cars . . . Quill and Scroll, Editor of Star, Dardanelles, Press, Choir, Pine Arts, Green Curtain, N.H.S., G.A.A. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Lorraine Mahler . . . "Mahl" likes fun and has it, collecting stuffed animals . . . admires Miss Farr . . . Bill seems to be a favorite name . . . Girls' Choir, Ir. Choir, Mixed Choir, Dramatics, Talent. Hall Guard, G.A.A. Harry Maichszak . . . "Slim" has the "cue" when the pack of 52 is on deck . . . thinks it's good policy to be an insurance broker and wear a smile . . . dislikes women smokers . . . Polish. Dorothy Marinelli . . . arguing in Mr. Bradley's class will be a pleasant memory to "Dot" . . .detests women smoking . . . housewife's ambition tops her list . . . has the camera craze . . . Guard, Italian, Pep, Camera, G.A.A. Marvin Mazzucchelli . . . when the catch is poor, "Marv" fishes for the deck and shuffles along to his hunting ground where he hopes French fries are waiting for him . . . accordion music is his favorite. Barbara Me Evoy . . . loud girls who talk for attention and boys who have no minds of their ovim, disgust Mae . . . Miss Farr can share corn beef and cabbage dinner . . . Hall Guard, Latin. G.A.A. William Melfi . . . when your ticker needs a new spring have the face to call on "Wimpy," the watchmaker . . . wastes no time on bragqers . . . Miss Sullivan will get the free service around the clock. Arthur Martin . . . easysgoing "Art" gets a "rise" out of loaf- ing . . . would exert himself if a baseball game was on . . . can't bear to see the Cubs lose . . . newspaper work appeals to him. William Marlin . . . hopes to engineer his way on a model rail- road with Miss Polka as his first passenger . . . will bowl and golf between stations . . .is a Rocket's fan . . . Engineering, Sigma Quad. Sharon Marweziel . . . "Shar's" looking for a way to hold on to her hard earned dough . . . telephone conversations are her in- expensive pastimes . . . late people bother her . . . dad's her ideal man . . . Hall Guard, Camera, GJ-LA. Thomas Melin . . . people continually singing the "blues" are passed up by Tom, the woodcarver . . . a frequent spectator at midget auto races . . . will try for U. of Missouri . . . admires the auburn-haired lassie. Lois Merker . . . that future police woman job will add pictures to her collection . . . likes to devour pizza after her rollerskating parties . . . enjoys Dr. Bradley's droll remarks . . . Hall Guard, Tall Teens, G.A.A. Y Robert Miller . . . modest Bob does not admit his talents, but con- fesses he can put away a lot of chopsuey . . . Crabby boys are excluded from his card games . . . shuns gabby boys. ' PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Frank Hudock . . . the petite, even tempered Miss who will share her pumpkin pie is "Frenchy's'f taste in girls . . . picks on a naval career . . . Tall Teens. Hall Guard, Assembly Police, Prom Com- mittee, Latin. A Shirley lrktetz . . . "Shir1's" spare ribs will fatten up on sour kraut . . . swimming and ice skating sharpen her appetite . . . sarcastic people are ruled out . . . likes Miss Polka and Miss Kilburn . . . French, G.A.A. Kenneth Iebelian . . . "Red" seems to be a little on the vege- tarian side . . . meat is not his choice . . . quiet maidens who do not carry their heads too high will share his fortune. Geraldine Iohnson . . . sober faces depress "Gerry" . . . seeks fun in the Water . . . all foods suit . . . Channel Lake is her hide- out . . . admires Mr. Feldman . . . Band, Office Service, Dardan- elles, Latin, Music Appreciation, G.A.A. Ioyce Iohnson . . . Iay's in the swim when she's eating Bar-B-Q chicken . . . likes loafing but it's hard on her wardrobe ideas . . . Miss Novotny and mom are her crushes . . . French, Prom Com- mittee, G.A.A. Marian Iohnson . . . gads about the town on a motorcycle picking up interesting photos . . . her boyfriend must be a good dancer . . . to travel is her ambition . . . women smokers are out . . . G.A.A. Don Klank . . . "Klank's" fly-rod seems to be fishing for comical and fun loving friends . . . ma's pumpkin pie is his best bait . . . will miss Ioe's store . . . conservation engineering is his am- bition. Natalie Klein . . . "Nate" admires the ambitious boy . . . is sow- ing seeds toward a lawyer's secretary's job . . . Miss Rompf is her adviser . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Choir, Edelweiss Verein, Student Council, G.A.A., N.H.S. Iames Knaak . . . this future Texas ranger can't tip his hat to girls who indulge in smokes and intoxicants . . . admits he's a turkey gobbler . . . Mr. Beck is his friend . . .Coast Guard, Radio. Delores Kusinski . . . "Dee's" public speaking topics will be "Down with Door Slammers" . . . wants to be an air stewardess . . . dramatics will be her sideline . . . admires independent girls . . . Riding, French, Polish, Office Secretary, G.A.A. Howard Latin . . . "Howie" passes up the boisterous girl . . . conceit is obnoxious to this sport's fan . . . he's positive that he'd like to develop negatives . . . accordion music is his favorite . . . Miss Kilqour scores. 1 Bntonette La Puglia . . . "Toni" likes the name of Sam . . . sociable girls with sensible ideas can share her mashed spuds and pork chops . . . admires Miss Cahill . . . dancing keeps her stepping . . . books enlighten her . . . G.A.A. Beulah Lenski . . . jealousy and ingratitude slay this future house- wife . . . the boy that's witty and good on the dance floor is ber pal . . . mom and Miss Polka rate . . . Riding, Hall Guard, Dra- matic, Latin, G.A.A. David Leschmann . . . "Farmer" likes to go rollerskating around hamburger stands to get a whiff of his favorite "chow" . . . hopes to be admittedlin the professional family of skaters. Anita Lippi . . . this young maiden is a busy little bee . . . she buzzes around the piano . . . her ambition is not disclosed . . . her hobby hasn't materialized . . . N.H.S. Phyllis Jensen . . . collecting records is hard on "Butch's" purse . . . lofty ideas turn toward air-stewardess job . . . admires Miss Brugger . . . Office Service, Choir, Hall Guard, Sports, College, Latin, G.A.A. Board, GJ-LA. Betty Johnson . . . "Bets" picks pizza as the prize focd . . . her special must be one she can admire . . . the "meow" girls are scratched out . . . model housewife is this future nurse's am- bition. Dolores Iohnson . . . "Dodo" has traveling notions . . . would like to trounce people who "rnuss up" her house . . . forgets her troubles by reading . . . likes witty boys . . . Hall Guard, Span- ish. Music Appreciation. ' Zianna Iopa . . . "Zi's" love for cheeseburgers comes second to her love for glass miniatures . . . die-harders get no vote from her . . . Dardanelles, Choir,A College, Hall Guard, Alchemstein, Lettergirls, Starlets, G.A.A., N.H.S. Richard Kemp . . . "Dick," the radio fan, would tune out smok- ing girls . . . insomnia never bothers him . . . steaks appeal , . . has his eyes peeled for an intelligent, comely miss, like Miss Polka . . . Engineer, Radio. Ronald Kennedy . . . loud bands and radio commercials ruffle "Duke's" quiet nature . . . a quiet music loving gal who can turn the pages when he plays is his choice . . . Baseball, Sport Fans, N.H.S. Daniel Kokorus . . . lady, if you smoke, stay away from "Danal" . . . if you're a wood carver, you'1l fit in the groove . if there's a wedding brewing, see that he gets a bid. Betty Korzep . . . to work in a comfy office near enough so she can run home for her favorite turkey dish is 'fBet's" dream . . . whistling at girls is out . . . popular songs are among her souve- nirs . . . G.A.A. Teddy Kosinski . . . "Ted," the tinker, toots his horn at people who ignore his questions . . . ambitious girls will be offered rides in his over-hauled 1937 Pontiac . . . Miss Kilburn gets his vote. Dorothy Larson . . . says she likes Mr. Bramkamp's dry wit . . . mom is her ideal . . . courteous friendly boys are her associates . . . never has any use for cliques . . . Radio Performance, Hall Guard, Green Curtain. Michael Laurenzcmo . . . colorful Colorado where chicken is served in the rough, where fishing and hunting are at his door, and where shows are plentiful is Mike's dream of to-morrow . . . Italian. - ' Jeanne Leiber . . . "Doll" likes a free lance when it comes to art . . . Mrs, Soderberg is her model . . . baked beans are her diet . . . Panama has her heart and pen . . . Poster, Star, G.A.A. Susie Litrenta . . . "Shorty" has no use for drug store beauty . . . a handsome, courteous boy is welcome to call . . . record collect- ing and meat balls furnish pastimes . . . has singing aspirations . . . Riding, Choir, Italian, G.A.A. Charlene Manger . . . "Blondie," the detester of drug store blondes will salt down "gobs" of tomatoes for her Iimmy boy . . . hopes to reach the top rung on the musical ladder . . . GJ-XJ-X. Gloria Maqnafichl . . . "Match" will display her doll collection in exchange for a- fried chicken dinner . . . has access to dad's car for neighborhood cruises only . . . shuns loud catty girls . . . Camera, Hall Guard, G.A.A. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Lorretta Nicholson . . . "Lorry" will turn a hem any day for a dish of spaghetti . . . personality is a "must" in her boyfriend . . . she'll travel about lecturing on the menace of gum cracking . . . Hall Guard, Library, G.A.A. William Nieft . . . steak and French fries furnish the vigor for "Bill's" golf work-outs . . . Miss Polka is his ace teacher . . . tall well built sport loving maidens are his pick . . . Engineering. Laura Niro . . . tardy people annoy this consumer of chocolate sundaes . . . her photo album is well worth a look . . . her am- bition is to exceed speed limit in typing . . . Italian, G.A.A. Charlene Osberq . . . a pal that can make her laugh is "Char's" pick . . . this mermaid likes to loaf . . . a Californian trip appeals to her . . . Miss Watson might be invited . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Lorraine Padar . . . this lover of animals and champion hiker holds Mr. Bradley in great respect . . . hopes to own a car some day . . . not keen about the life of a bachelor girl . . . Guard, G.A.A. Carmelina Palumbo . . . "Carmie's" magazine rack will never be empty . . . Miss Sechler is welcome to use it . . . "yum, yum" for ravioli . . . wants to play accordion for well -mannered boys . . . French. Freada Pearson . . .to own a store where she can sell milk shakes, eggs and chickens is "Shorty's" dream of success, . . . might try her music on her customers . . .Scandinavian, Library, G.A.A. A Gertrude Pedersen . . . "Trucly's" bowling strikes out snooty people . . . in her spare time she sets up her scrap book . . . Y.M.C.A. is her hangeout . . . Scandinavian, Spanish, Mixed Choir, Girl's Choir. Rose Permanian . . . fussy customers who mix up counters don't mix well with "Pee Wee" . . . cozy corners attract her ...' 1 ikes the letters T and S . . . good manners count . . . Hall Guard, Ceramic, Etiquette, G.A.A. ' ' Gordon Primdahl . . . "Gordie," the future electrical engineer pres fers the quiet girl . . . likes fishing but draws the line on sloppy blueieans . . . photography keeps him snapping . . . prefers Miss Sullivan . . . Choir, Riding, Fire Marshal. Lois Prodoehl . . . "Lo's" sketching career will bring her out- doors where she loves to be . . . Miss Golden rates as her fav- orite teacher . . . does not care to mingle with conceited people . . . G.A.A. K Genevieve Razgaitis . . . "Ginnie" likes pickles, but not pickle faces . . . her phonograph records keep pouring in . . . warbling with a band is this minstrel's ambition . . . is looking for a tall dark one . . . Radio, Latin, G.A.A. - Helen Riedel . . . walking with the rugged type in the tranquil evening thrills "Bunnie" . . . anxious to graduate . . . believes in "a stitch in time" adage . . . not a patient waiter . . . Guard, German, G.A.A. Ioan Ringlund . . . dad's and mother's type suit this reader and fried shrimp consumer . . . Mexico is in her dreams . . . Alchem- stein, Pre Medics, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Pixit, Choir, Minute Men, G.A.A., N.H.S. Beverly Risvold . . . delights in shopping sprees with Ma Farr . . . hopes her future husband will buy her a car . . . roller- skating and dancing have slenderizing effect . . . Advanced Swim, Carrot-Top, Hall Guard,,G.A.A. lack Nissen . . . his pastime racket is tennis . . . his favorite in- take is apple pie . . . despises laziness and conceit . . . goes for the cheerful fun-loving girl . . . Engineering, Alchemstein, Sigma Quad, Office Service, N.H.S. ' Iane!,Noren . . . tall "he's," short "she's" win "Ianey's" admira- tion . . . a worthwhile life mixed with fun,'food and friends is ideal to her . . . would omit tardy people . . . Office Service, Librarian, Scandinavian, College, G.A.A. Lila Oftedahl . . . her hobbies are a secret, her talents are hid- den . . . admits she has fun with her "gang" . . . would like to play nurse to fingernail biters . . . Choir, Dramatics. Latin, G.A.A. Delphine Paradiso . . . "Phina" faces the future with a needle ready to design clothes for spare ribs . . . Mrs. Taglia will be "bobbin" around the machine . . . conceited boys get the soft pedal , . . Italian, G.1-LA. Dorothy Parsons . . . the rink is her favorite rendevous . . . "Dot" . scorns the bragger . . . thinks Miss Farr is "super" . . . likes pleasant people around her, especially the tall athlete . . . Riding, G.A.A. Rollerskating. Renee Paule . . . "Rainy" feasts on "triple deckers" . . . good music soothes her . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Lettergirls, Ir. Service, Office Service, lr, Choir, Pre Medios, Alchemstein, Lead- ers, Star, G.A.A., N.H.S., G.A.A. Board. Elizabeth Petersen . . . a record of her daily deeds will be found in "Pete's" diary . . . mother is her ideal . . . Mr. Bradley is tops . . . sissy boys get the gate . . . Band, G.A.A. Marianne Pfeiffer . . . "Mar" would like to have money enough to fill all her purses . . . she'd buy a car and stock up on French fries . . . going steady appeals to her . . . Stein Verein, G.A.A. Iohn Pietrobon . . . farmer's life hits the nail on the head for this future carpenter . . . Mr. Bradley is the cream of the crop . . . can eat ma's ravioli until cows come home . . ..ltalian. Allred Reinsch . . . braggy people needn't pose for "Al" . . . he shoots for pork and dumplings . . . when he makes a million he'll find the girl he admires . . . right now it's Miss Kilburn. lean Richards . . . "Ieanne's" week end jaunts find her on the back of a horse . . . horse pictures are her specialty . . . apple pie is her crush . . . Horse-back-riding, Der Blitz, Edelweiss Ver- ein, G.A.A. ' Maryanne Richter . . . tactful lady sees good in everybody . . . homework is her busy work . . . Edelweiss, Dardanelles, Red Cross, Student Council, Office Service, Leaders, Blitz, N.H.S., G.A.A. William Ritchey . . . "Bill" is corny when cobs are around . . . fried chicken and pie will be the drawing cards for his summer resort menu . . . enjoys bowling with sociable people . . .Sport Fans. Marilyn Robinson . . . ice skating in winter and swimming in Channel Lake in summer fill "Mimi's" leisure . . . food is an important part of her life . . . Dardanelles, Pan American, lr. Ser- vice, Office Service, G.A.A. Earl Rogers . . . likes people who appreciate his jokes . . . would eliminate "B" divisions . . . Mr. Bradley is his model . . . girls take up his time . . . munches on crumpets as he sips his tea . . . Assembly Guard. .sl- PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE A Patricia Minster , . . knuckle andxgum crackers get the air from William Morris . . . plain "Bill" goes for pork chops and records this lassie who wants everybody's good will . . . at home on the . . . Mr. Weaver is his favorite - - - "lUHiOfS" Gnd "SOI1!1iSS" irk ice and in the Water . admires MIS' Hege ' A . G-A'-A' him . . . good conversationalists please . . . Red Cross, Latin, Sigma Quad, Green Curtain, Student Council, N.l-LS. Annamae Montecalvo . . . "Ann" breaks the record collecting Raymond Mulch H I - "RQy'S'f at home on U Came ranch in Ari- them - - - POOF mixers ifk her - - - MIS- TCIQHCI and Mrs. 5OClGr- zona . . . Miss Farr will get his best horse . . . smoking girls berg are her ideals . . . believes in keeping house . . . Pep, get the whip . -. .personality lassies Win the race . . . recom- Stein Sten, Darclanelles, lcllers, G.A.A., Italian, N.l-l.S. m9f1'5lS m0lh9f'S C00kif1Q- Robert Murphy . . . camera-shy "Murph" wants to excel in some RQY Morgan - - - devourinfs mecllballs Gnd Pork Chops Seems to good trade . . , seeks Mr. Bradley's advice . . . well dressed be this 1C1Cl'S h0bbY - 11115 his TISUTT Sei OU U bUSiUeSS CGFGST brunettes are his favorite dates . . . fixing dad's car furnishes . . .will hire only cheerful people Without conceit. him pleasant pastime. Marie Muscare . . . "Shorty's" dreams envision a tall blond f Robert Neder . . . "Bob," a man of few Wordsfadmires Mr. Brad- . . . hopes he likes hamburgers . . . to rear a family is her am- ley . . . prefers not to mention his hobbies and too modest to tell bition . . . her "kiddies" will have no conceit . . .Hall Guard, his ambition . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Student Council, Dramatics, G.A.A. Library, Camera. . Naomi Nahabedian . . . "Mame" smacks her lips alter pork chops Carol Nelson . . . girls with feline tendencies are scratched off . . . tall athletes with personality, and clothes consciousness are "Kaydo's" slate . . . delights in writing short stories . . . hopes her pick . . . Miss Sechler may share her "Io Stafford" records to be a laboratory technician . . . Quill and Scroll, Press, Music . . . Star, French, G.A.A. Appreciation, Fixit, G.A.A. Patricia Neder . . . "Pat," the miss of few words admits she can Grace Nicholson . . . "Gabby" has the travel bug in her blood consume "scads" of ice cream . . . devotion to her books leaves stream . . . must have caught it from Miss Adams . . . ambition little time for hobbies . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . Dardanelles, counts more than looks with her . . . Red Cross, Local History, Alchemstein, Pre Medics, N.H.S., G.A.A. G.A.A. 149 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Barbara Souers . . . future will find "Bob" at college looking up at a tall dark and handsome colleague . . . the lake is her channel of fun , . .Darclanelles, Alchernstein, Choir, Latin, Ir. Service. N.H.S., G.A.A Marion Sounhein . . . hopes to erect her dress-making shingle in Minnesota where the boys are polite and the girls have a sense of humor . . . First Aid, Hall Guard, G.A.A. George Steifan . . . "Steff's" a tired soul . . . his doctor's life is too strenuous . . . rises to the call of tried chicken . . . makes a splurge when it comes to swimming . . . women annoy him now. Gordon Swanson . . . "Swede" hopes he has a good enough job to begin his marital life at Z4 with a little girl. who will dust over his objects of wood . . . Scandinavian, Dancing. Sally Swanson . . . "Sal" needs no coaxing to practice on the ivory . . . likes to skip out with the gang . . . untidy dressers get no vote from her . . . Press, Scandinavian, Star, French, G.A,A. Dorothea Swierczynski . . . Miss Polka won't be threadbare when Dot starts a-stitching . . . no stomach ulcers if you consult this dietician . . . appreciates a real confidant . . . Polish, College Entrance, Pre Medios, G.A.A., Alchemstein, Office Service. Bonde Stenqren . . . put on another pork chop, ma, Mr. 'Holm is coming . . . bring out the accordion . . .on with the cowboy tunes . . . bid welcome to the sociable girls . . .Red Cross, Know Chicago. Stephen Stromaglia . . . "Bucky" is the fixit man around any- thing mechanical . . . sings while he works . . . this fatherly sort admires Mr. Bradley . . . golf is the outstanding link in his chain of -. sports . . Italian. ' ' Iune Studhalter . . . spends time teaching her dog tricks . . . likes honest people . . . a swim and a dance refresh her . . . ad- mires Miss Kilburn . . . G.A.A. Board. Press, Fashion, Riding, Seasonal Sports, Lettergirls, G.A.A., Star. Richard Szczepanik . . . "Dick" likes sports but seems too busy to tell about himself . . , he hopes he will be successful in the career he will follow. Lois Tarbox . . . "Bunny" can supply a plan for your new home if you're true blue . . . admires Miss Iacobek . . . lr. Service, Interior Decorating, College Entrance, Hall Guard, Office Service, Choir, Rollerskating. l Nancy Tarpinian . . . "Bo-Bo" goes for Armenian dishes . . . says only the forceful male rates . . . finds it easy to sleep and loaf . . . French, Ir. Choir, G.A.A., Ceramics, Lettergirls. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Marion Rozansky . . . a tall dark person appears in her life . . . he's especially adept in sipping sodas . . . Miss Selinger must OX. him . . . it's hard to leave him to travel with Carol . . . Hall Guard, Fixit, GJ-LA. Flora Ruqgio . . . clothes count with model "Flo" . . . to travel afar is her ambition . . . wouldn't mind if Mr. Weaver and Mr. Bradley would go along . . . Office Service, Hall Guard, Riding, Italian. t Roger Ruhlin . . . Pat's the partner when he dances . . . ma's the one when he eats . . . photography is the choice when he works . . it's Mrs. Soderberg when he picks teachers . . . Riding, Cam- era, Police, Basketball. Daniel Sadowski . . . l'Dan's" a home made pie fan . . . likes the hunting season . . . seeks the company of jolly people . . . has pools of fun swimming . . . no smoking girls for him . . . Swim, Marshal, Police, Lettermen. Robert Saenger . . . "Bob" has his line out for a good cook . . . will need her for his future summer resort . . . smoking ladies will be checked out . . . Cooking, Lettermen, German, Sport Fans, Football. Nancy Salat . . . efficiency on an l.B.M. machine is her dream . . . long skirts on shorties annoy her . . . breaded pork chops are tasty pastimes . . . Miss Ryan is a pleasant memory . . . Riding, N.l-l.S., G.A.A. Philip Scardina . . . "Guff" has the pole and rod habit '. . . his hunting rations include hamburgers . . . he's a lover of horses . . . girls who give him a smile win his admiration . . . ltalian. Eleanor Scarpelli . . . macaroni "El" does wonders with the hook . . . her future business might deal in laces . . . noisy gum chew- ers and tardy people are nuisances to her . . . boys who respect girls are her choice . . . G.A.A. Betty Schaffer . . . "Bett's" nose is always in a book . . . travel and "housewifery" are her ambitions . . .wavy blondes get the O.K. . . swims and dances . . . Dardanelles, Ir, Service, G. A.A., N.H.S. Frances Settepani . . . gab fests with pals, devouring morn's cook- ing, creating routines with Sue, dreaming of her blue-eyed friend are "Frann's" pastimes as she sits in her dance studio waiting for patrons . . . G.A.A. Marilyn Severinqhaus . . . Cub victories and' clean-cut fellows amuse "Lynn" . . . loud people will be ignored . . . French fries are acceptable . . . to star on the radio is her dream . . . Choir, Library, Hall Guard, Riding, G.A.A. Alice Shanske . . . "Blondie" hopes to be a biology prof. like Miss Bujewski . . .fun loving athletic chap who likes onion- smothered steaks gets the handshake . . . Hall Guard, Choir, Col- lege, Dardanelles, Press, G.A.A. Dolcres Sladek . . . friendly boys who like to fish and idle with the "ldlers" are "D's" choice . . . would like to tackle the mar- riage job . . . admires Miss Selinger . . .Hall Guard, Empty Saddle, Pep, G.A.A. Iohn Sloan . . . history tests keep him well dated . . . falls for blondes . . . his trumpet is his pal . . . likes tb be with friendly people . . . scorns girl smokers . . . Swing Band, Choir, Sym- phony Orchestra, College Entrance. Irma Smallwood . . . tall blond sailors are her target . . . thinks the runaway bus drivers need their heads x-rayed . . . ham is her favorite meat . . ..Latin, Ir. Service, Stein Verein, G.A,A. Arlene Ruschke . . . traveling and reading furnish pastime . . . lamb chops are her choice . . . Mrs. Exarhos rates . . . some boss will get this good secretary . . . Latin, Ir. Service, Dardan- elles, Red Cross, G.A.A., Hall Guard, N.l'l.S. Robert Russell . . . "Russ' " mind is on sports . . . hopes to make some good college where ham and eggs are the chief menu . . . the personality girl for him . . . looks forward to early retire- ment . . . Engineering. Frances Sabula . . . goes all out for trout . . . shuns the crab . . . "Fritz" enjoys a motorcycle ride . . . writes stories when time permits . . . snappy dressers appeal to her . . . Empty Saddle. Pep, G.A.1-X. Ioan Sanger . . . dancing "loanie" consumes her cherry-pie as she listens to her favorite records with dad by her side . . . . . . would like to break the speed law in typing . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. ' Adrienne Saporito . . . stepping around the dance floor with the tall, humble athleteis "Babe's" idea of fun . . . calories don't count when mom does the cooking . . . partial to Mrs. Taglia . . . Italian, G.A.A. . Victor Scalise' . . . "Vic" picks a dude ranch to make him rich . . . will star personality girls . . . leading his guests in song will be his drawing card . . . deceitful people will be prohibited. Elirieda Schleehauf . . . Freddy "toodles" the flute and tickles the ivory for friendly, honest folk . . . takes a fling at volley ball but hopes to teach piano . . .Band, Orchestra, Fine Arts, German. G.A.A. Robert Schlueter '. . . people who murder his name will get a roasting from "Lucky" . . . likes to duck his head in a pillow . . . Miss Bujewski pleases his appeal to the aesthetic . . . Pan American. , Helen Seelig . . . we hear from reliable source that unreliable people are tabooed by "Lush" . . . considers Mr. Bradley a true friend . . . blue eyes touch her heart . . .rollerskoting is her pastime . . . Hall Guard, German, G.A.A. Robert Sherman . . .will fatten his "Ribs" with ham . . . will take it off again by swimming . . . intends to work hard on cars to retire young . . . will then call on Miss Grant, his pet teacher. Doris Shrader . . . canines in bronze sparkle for this lover of cheese and hot dogs . natural unaffected people like Miss Selinger are her taste . . . Choirs, Council, Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Alchemstein, Star, Public Speaking, N.l-l.S. Nora Sigle . . . this up-to-date modiste will drape the gown to your figure . . . a sketch is furnished with each dress . . . will' be the last word in house dresses . . . Edelweiss, N.l-l.S., G.A.A. Thomas Smith . . . honest "Tom," the tinker, enjoys Mr. Bradley's sense of humor, but deplores the smoking woman . . . hopes to find roast turkey and spaghetti on his globe trotting jaunt . . . Cartoon Club. Elaine Snyder . . . matrimonial bliss is "Sandys" hope . . . likes to hob-nab with sincere friends . . . stepping out with her heart- throb is her best pastime . . . Ir. Choir, Press, As We Like lt, Etiquette, Spanish, G.A.A. Mary Sotirakopulos . . . gobs of money and hosts of friends for "Sotir" . . . scorns the poor loser and the conceited "fems" . . . steady customer at girls' sports events . . . Hall Guard, Office ' Service, Stein Verein, Camera, G.A.A. . PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Mae'Ve1-ba . . . bossy people and "Maisie" don't hitch . . . Miss Selinger is her guiding star . . . Ioe seems to be her ideal . . . Pep, Idlers, Hall Guard, Camera, Riding, G.A.A. Clifford Voigt . . . a doctor's busy life fascinates "Cliff" . . . hopes his patients won't be the results of hazardous drivers . . . will relax by hunting between operations . . . his receptionist must have outstanding personality. Carol Votipka . . . lady "Diz" is reluctant about disclosing her ambition or hobby, but does confess she has a leaning toward tall blonds who will buy her chicken . . . Hall Guard, Pan Amer- ican, Golf, G.A.A. X Gary Weaver . . . success is Gary's fondest hope . . . excessive makeup on girls disgusts him . . . tardy slips are the bane of his existence . photography will lead him a snappy life. Iames Weier . . . "lim" likes the girls, but not the conceited ones . . . his corner pals are his confidants . . . banana pie goes down easy . . . thinks electrical engineering is his calling . . . ad- mires Miss Farr. Marguerite Weihsmantel . .- . "Midge" wants to be a happy wife . . . her collection of business cards is unique . . . misuse of the English language irks her . . . Choir, Dardanelles, lr. Service. Edelweiss Verein, Girls' Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Barbara Whitney . . . monologues, friendly people, iutcy steaks and Mr. Bradley all suit "Barb" . . . Star Editor. Press, Dardan- elles, Green Curtain, Council Secretary. Choir, Quill and Scroll, Ir. Service. Fine Arts Guild, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Adeline Wieqand . . . this loquacious gal finds Miss Polka a good listener . . . a future journalist who is a diamond ian . . . G.A.A. Board. Ir. Service, Dardanelles, Press Club, Star Editor, Red Cross, N.H.S. Allen Wolkey . . . steaks and shrimps appease his appetite . . . at the wheel of his dad's car is heaven to "Al" . . . smoking females are snuffed out . . . Marshal, Police, Hall Guard, Cham- Henry Walitschek . . . "Hank" ranks Mr. Henze as top teacher . . . consuming mashed potatoes and ham is his pastime, when Lie isn't sleeping . . . to attain success is of all importance to im. Iames Wallman . . . "Waller," champion model air-plane builder favors Mrs. l-lege . . . boys with peroxide hair and dangling shirts get no time from him . . . cruising in dad's Hudson satisfies this future airman . .. . Choir. Lillian Wanders . . . this nightingale has no patience with stub- born people . . . would rather paint and draw than be with poor sports . . . friendly boys will get a chance to sample her cook- ing . . . G.A.A. Mary Weiss . . . dancing about the country picking up souvenirs here and there, filling up on shrimp and ice cream, dating with "E" and finally attaining the peak in dancing is "Doll's" dream. Robert Westlund . . . friendly sensible gals suit Bob . . . design- ing automobiles is his ambition . . . people who can't take a joke annoy him . . . Miss Brugger is his favorite . . . Sigma Quad, Engineering, Alchemstein, Student Council, N.H.S. Helen White . . . photography clicks with her . . . would silence alarm clocks . . . will take her medicine by degrees . . . Star Staff, lr. Service, Choir, Fine Arts Guild, Golf, Latin, Bowling. Press, G.A.A., N.H.S. Ioan Wright . . . apple pie "Io" dotes on clever "he" who has no jealous streaks nor stubborn moods . . . prefers natural people to fakers . . . hopes to get most out of life . . . Music Apprecia- tion, G.A.A. Lucille Youngren . . . "Lou," the drama lover, has ambitions ga- lore . . . Mr. Bradley comes first . . . would like a composite of all the "Bobs" . . . Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Council CV. Pres.l, Radio, Pan American, Fine Arts, G.A.A., N.H.S. George Zimmerman . . . "Zeke" believes clothes helphto make the man . . . hopes his Buick dream will materialize . . . always has time to stop for rna's apple pie when wading around Lake Geneva . . . History, Guard. ber Music, Prom Committee. CAMERA SHY Frank Bochte Samuel Eaton William Evers Raymond Nilsen Richard Radomski Dorothy Taylor The 'Year Book seems to have become an intimate part of Steinmetz. Two thousand copies were bought this year and that number was reached without any special sales campaign. The publication of the Silver Streak is the result of splendid cooperation from all sides. We wish to extend sincere thanks and gratitude to: oAmerican School of Television, 5000 Broadway, Chicago, and especially to Mr. Kerner, a very busy gentleman who threw open the doors of the school and personally helped us execute our Television theme. oMr. Solem, the patient photographer, who was so generous with his time, talent, and materials. oMr. Hagerty, the engraver, whom we can thank for all the extra touches and sugf gestions that help make the outstanding Annual we have. oThe student body for their splendid conduct in the picture taking program. - 'To the faculty for the helping hand it has always extended, many times under very trying circumstances. 152 oDr. Hunt's secretary, Miss Rosenthal, for her generous help and charming manner. oM'r. Fitzgerald for the confidence he has placed in the ability of the stajf to do the job, and last, but not least- o'l'he members of the staff who made the book possible, and whose names appear below. Marilyn Ibsen, Editor. Marianna Cortez, CofEdilor. Catherine Landrigan, Sponsor. Elaine Bartnick Sharon Berndt Charlotte Bohn Donna Boyd Marilyn Dixon Clifford Darken PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE jean Ewin William Fisher .loan Friede Eva Galvin Irene Glasing Ray Glazowski Arla Hayes Cynthia Janis Lorraine Kaesberg Frank Kolinski Betty Leahy James Leahy Barbara Lundahl Donald Mazukelli Rosemary Nehrkorn Florence Peterson Eleanor Priest Bon-nic Schuham Gloria Testore . . . dancing feet will lead "Tess" into the path Phyllis Telleisen . . . "Pinky" has her eye on a tall red head who will help collect records and eat roast beet . . . wants last- ing friendship with Ioan . . . Red Cross. Scandinavian, Office Service. Choir. Rose Terraccina . . . insincere people take the joy out of "Shorty's" life . . . Mrs. Young puts it back . . . her record collecting keeps her from looting . . . Dress Design, Italian, Ir. Choir, G.A.A. Iohn Tessaro . . . Iohann's collection of maps marks the coffee and tobacco fields . . . carefree boys with a ready joke delight him . . . likes the docile little miss . . . Prom Committee, Civic Ticket Representative, Assembly Police, Louis Thomason . . . "Lover's" voice resounds through the forest when he's at the chase . . . will be chief entertainer at his sum- mer hotel . . . hopes long skirts will be out soon . . . Guard, Football, Cooking, Scandinavian. of a tall dark and handsome beau . . . she hopes he likes popu- lar music as she does . . . Italian, Camera, Sports, G.A.A. Doris Thiel . . . "uppish" boys are Dora's annoyance . . . sin- cerity, good humor and honesty count . . . piano playing and swimming are her pastime . . . Edelweiss Verein, Dardanelles, Ir. Service, Silver Streak, Blitz, N.l-l.S., G.A.A. Donald Thode . . . "Don" doesn't like to rise with the chickens, but likes to eat them even in a dark room when on a picture tak- ing "binge" . . . hopes "World's Largest NeWspaper" will dis- cover him . . . Camera. Ioan Um-uh . . . loves sports . . . relishes shrimps . . . idolizes Shirley . . . shuns unfriendly people . . . seeks Mr. Bradley's ad- vice . . . has her eye on North Park College . . . Star, Cheer- leaders, Swim, Dardanelles, German, Letfergirls, Choir, Pep, G.A.A., N.I-l.S'. Wesley Thorsen . . . "Wes" prefers the buzz of the saw to the chatter of gossips . . . needs no sleeping tablets . . . hopes food rationing won't return . . . likes Mr. Spikings . . . Choir, Cartoon. Scandinavian. Melvin Valin . . . ma's waffle-iron gets a work-cut when "Mel's" fishing for something to eat . . . prefers radio to girls' chatter . . . hopes to shock the world with his electrical projects . . . Tall Teens, Sports. V ' Shirley Tyler . . . future holds much for this artistic lass with modeling uppermost in her mind . . . likes athletics and the ath- letic boy . . . Idlers, Pep, Tall Teens, Letter Girls, Hall Guard, Golf, G.A.A. Rose Valvo . . . iungles of Africa are not boogie to "Rickey." A convertible car is her dream . . . Mrs. Taglia will be her guide . . . dotes on french fries . . . Italian, G.A.A. 153 Prom 1 ht Reflectors Members of the faculty greet the young merry-makers as they enter. The ladies fair must have refreshments served from the hands of their handsome partners. The camera man catches a pretty picture as the attrac- tive threesome promenades upstairs. And those quiet little corners make good places for pro- gram scanning. But the peak moment comes as all step in line for the Grand March. 154 Class Headaches Left to Them Upper left picture: Iames Mackintosh, presi- Upper right picture: William Fisher, vice- dent of Iune 1948 class. president of the class. Circle picture: Mr. Edward Ruzicka, counsel- lor of Iune 1948. Lower left picture: Evelyn Rhino, secretary of Lower right picture: Robert Sajdera, treasurer the class. of the class. 155 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Ierry Bayuk . . . "Ier," after becoming a millionaire overnight has three main ambitions: to eat roast beef and potato salad, to sleep and to abolish R.O.T.C .... admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . Foot- ball, Track, German. Alon Beckman . . . "Beck" doesn't iear to soil his hands in the good earth . . .likes antique firearms bufprefers petite red- headed girls . . . will campaign against long skirts . . . asks Miss Roy's help. Violet Belccrster . . . "Vi," the colorful mermaid, specializes in bathing suits . . . red-headed children attract her . . . tall, slen- der, dark football player will be captain of her swim team . . . Swim, Lettergirls, Streak, Star, Cheerleaders, G.A.A. Audrey Bessa . . . "Butch" seeks the bridal path . . . she's the sleeping beauty . . . braggarts are thorns in her side . . . Mr. Beck and Miss Landrigan are the roses , , . Choir, Dardanelles, Know Chicago, College Prep., Spanish, G.A.A., N.H.S. Robert Besserer . . . "Bob" dreams of being gridiron star . . .ma's chicken and pizza give him strength to carry the ball . . . will score touchdown lor 5'6" female . . . Football, First Aid. Victor Bevan . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . he'd rather toot on his sax . . . fifteen states have been honored by his presence . . . "Vic" likes Mr. Pieil . . . wants to do auto-engi- neering. Iarnes Berqe . . . dad's old car keeps "lim" mending . . . an in- nocent girl, neat and sweet with a sizeable bank roll would at- tract . . . looks up to brother Ed . . . could live on rare steaks . . . Lettermen. Sharon Berndt . . . Iolly "Butch" has cr flair tor motor-cycling . . . delights in preparing dumplings for him . . . hopes to become a good blouse-buyer . . . spends leisure writing letters . . . Silver Streak, Dardanelles, Ir. Service. Thomas Berry . . . doctor "Bud" will entertain his patients with records . . . 5'5" nurse will carry thermometer . . . enjoys the company oi Mrs. Fausel and Miss Roy . . . has pools oi fun at the bowling alley. , Charlene Beyer . . . outdoor sports take the lead in her iun . . . stamp collecting keeps her pasting . . . admires Mrs. Kelly . . . abhors smoking . . . athletic boys appeal . . . Riding, Camera, Pre Medios, First Aid, G.A.A. Kenneth Beyer . . . "Ken" wishes his magic wand would bring on the fried chicken or find a sensible girl to admire . . . brain and brawn is a "must" in man . . . Mr. Holm is his favorite . . . Chess. Harold Biarnesen . . . "Harry" never tarries when baseball tickets are being passed out . . . his bedroom walls sparkle with pics tures of stars of the diamond . . . Miss Dierks is his friend. . . . wants to be an engineer. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE William Ahern . . . "Bill," the tinker boy, admires intelligent people and agile girls . . . will turn his legal mind on self-cen- tered people and seek a cure for them . . . Track, Sigma Quad, Football. Keith Ahlstedt . . . "Twin" passes time watching Carson sparkle at the diamond . . . scorns the "would-be grown-up" miss . . . Golf, Scandinavian, Double Trouble, As We Like lt, Student Coun- cil, Choir. Virginia Allen . . . "Ginny," the ice cream eater, draws for a hobby . . . looks forward to sprucing up peoples' houses . . . "Arnie" is her idea of something to look at . . . Choir, Stein Ver- ein, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Richard Andersen . . . "Dick" resorts frequently to the D.A.B. . . . likes to jitter with a blonde bug when not making with the corn . . . puts book-laden freshies behind the "8" ball . . . Bas- ketball, Track. Ruth Andersen . . . this young lady, fond of dancing and dreamy music, finds recreation in all sports, but is reluctant to let us in on her secret ambitions . . . Riding, Bowling, G.A.A. lacquelyn Anderson . . ."lacy" goes in for deep "stuff" like character analysis, etc .... tall blonds get attention . . . dotes on neat dressers and hot fudge sundaes . . . Pan American, Latin, Green Curtain, Tennis, G.A.A. Ioan Anderson . . . "Io" would like to twirl her way to distant lands . . . mom's chicken will be taken along . . . "Arnie" will bring up the rear . . . Baton Twirler, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Patricia Anderson . . . "Pat" rustles away with the "Ads" for favorite barbecues . . . will write a book entitled "Caught Dream- ing in Class" . . . will dedicate it to Miss Polka . . . Council, Pan American, Library, Alchemstein, G.A.A. ' Marie Arendt . . .she'll travel through U. S. by car . . . tall, blond may be her mechanic any time . . . sophisticated humans exhaust her . . . Mr. Ruzicka will get many a ride . . . G.A.A. Ierrold Bailey . . . would like to try his hand at body building in boys' gym department . . . swimming gives him tanks of fun . . . steaks are his favorite . . . Miss Roy is a joy . . . Track. Grayce Baker . . . conceited people can't go traveling with this record collector . , . her car door is open to Mr. Ruzicka . . . she enjoys talking over pizza . . . Roller-skating, Dance, G.A.A. Leonard Balleto . . . "Loverboy" spends his time with beautiful girls . . . he'll enjoy foods, all kinds with the "Scooter Seats" in the wide open spaces, he reckons. Maryann Barsz . . . "Mar," a future Californian, dotes on pizza. spaghetti and meatballs . . . specializes in collecting photographs, especially tall good-looking humorous gentlemen . . . abhors aris- ing early . . . Sports, Pep, G.A.A. Margie Bartell . . . would like to live to be a hundred provided there were no two-faced people around . . . first fifty on back of a horse . . . last fifty playing boogie . . . Riding, Dramatics, G.A.A. Kenneth Ahlstedt . . . "Ken's" girl friend must be pretty and have a fat pocket book . . . his play-boy ambitions might need it . . . good-natured people, like Mr. Ruzicka, make a hit . . . Choir. Raymond Aland . . . "Ray" gets the hook and starts to tackle the steak and spaghetti dinner . . . his card deck is his traveling companion as he works his Way through the country . . . History. Ray Allen . . . imbibing lassies with smoke-stack failings will not share the friendship of wholesome "Al" . . . sports fashion his life . . . mom's comestibles are good enough diet for him . . . Football. Dale Anderson . . . would like to resort to North Woods with "hard-to-get" type . . . thinks his french fries will conquer her . . . conceited girls will be shown the exit . . . Lettermen, Fire Marshals. Gaila Anderson . . . "Pat," part time "hello" girl, vows her children will be reared in the country . . . gabby women and gum crackers bother her . . . Dardanelles, Ir. Choir, College Pres., Office Service, Radio, G.A.A. tTreas.l, N.H.S. Harry Anderson . . . beware of this lad, he specializes in guns . . . this future soldier boy despises conceit . . . bouncing about on the dance floor is his ioy . . . Riding, Talent, Choir. Ruth Anderson . . . is intolerant of intemperance . . . dreams of skiing in Sweden . . . admires the lover of sports . . . keeps busy piling up souvenirs . . . ma's blueberry pie is tops . . . Scandi- navian, Know Chicago, Riding, G.A.A. Shirley Anderson . . . future mcdiste and fun-loving "Shir1" pins her ambition on Miss Selinger . . . wants her character boy to pop corn, but not the question . . . French, Scandinavian, G.A.A. Mary Andriano . . . sweet Hawaiian melodiesswith Mr. Beck as audience, and Edna preparing spaghetti for the after-snack make a perfect setting for her . . . will follow a music career . . . Choir, G.A.A. Elvira Baldassin . . . "Stuff" day dreams about mom's spaghetti . . . writes letters to in spare time . , . she'l1 give ear to polite and sociable boy . . . detests two-faced people . . . Office Service, Italian, G.A.A Leonard Balinski . . . says he has "ragman" ambitions, so things should be on the pick up for him . . . confesses he's allergic to homework . . . mom's apple pies are tops with him . . . admires Miss Roy. . Norman Ballack . . . it's Bruno for pizza, and ma for turkey . . . it's Mr. Havlicek for swim and sports for his hobby . . . it's col- lege football for his goal . . . Swim, Lettermen, Football, Stein Verein, First Aid. Elaine Eartnick . . . "Ellie," the knitter, casts off rainy weather . . . might needle her way through college . . . hopes "Art" likes Dresden dolls . . .ice-skating is her top sport . . .Radio, Al- chemstein, G.A.A. Donald Bartosch . . . "Don" has all the earmarks of a novelist . . . likes friends who catch on to his jokes . . . bed and banquet table are his pastimes . . . Choir, Star, Sketch, Silver Streak, R.O,T.C. Anne Batar . . . post card folders will amuse the patients in Anne's office . . . Italian food is the bill of fare . . . after hours, a-skating she will go with ladies, not fag-hags . . . G.A.A. 5 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Ioseph Bonelli . . . Lefty's dream is gas model building . . . seeks advice from Miss Farr, his favorite . . . has no time for snobbery . . . believes a good personality is a definite asset. Mary Lou Boras . . . being such a sharp gal, Lou prefers ,the live man . . . admires the convertible, but relies on old "Liz" . . . longs for campus life . . . Fine Arts Guild, Latin, Chamber, Sym- phony, G.A.A. Marian Bergstrom . . . "Mare" loves horses . . . nags people for old coins . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . has a cheesey appetite . . . giggles at the humorist . . . would like to bag promise-brealo ers . . . Pan American, G.A.A. -. Wenzel Brandi . . . bridge building for Mr. Spikings will span the road to fortune . . . good-looking friendly girls will be the tenders . . . all his dishes will be of paper . . . Orchestra, Ger- man, Cartoon. Dolores Brenny . . . "Lorry and Ian" can help "Red" out while washing her "48" . . . tall blond male will be stationary part of machinery . . . Miss Selinger rates front seat . . . Council, Car- rot Tops, G.A.A.. Ioan Brentano . . . "Io's" dancing feet bring her to Bruno's to feast on pizza with Lil and Miss Selinger . . . longs for a con- vertible . . . Pep, Student Council, French, Ir. Service, Choir. Ann Brugqemann . . . "respect the aged" is Ann's slogan . . . ping-pong keeps her on her toes . . . hostess on airliner will keep her in the clouds . . . Pre Medios, Double Trouble, Riding, G.A.A. Clara Bruggemann . . . bragging people can't share Clara's cherry pie . . . tall and handsome can bowl and skate with her anytime . . . she'll travel without conceited girls . . . Double Trouble, Riding, G.A.A. Donald Buchweitz . . . giggling girls are out of luck when they meet "Buck" . . . he takes to the water or escapes to basketball game . . . drags Mr. Beck along for protection . . . Swim, Mar- shal, Lettermen. Lorraine Byloil . . . swimming and tanning at the beach is "Cook- ie's" pastime . . . has no time for money borrowers . . . appre- ciates people with a sense of humor . . . admires Miss Selinger . . . Latin, Etiquette, G.A.A. Marjorie Calliari . . . aesthetic "Rickey" is a piano devotee and a paint brush enthusiast . . . likes refinement among boys as well as girls . . . vows she'll never buy her children pop-corn . . . Riding, G.A.A. Todd Calvin . . . this young man can't "go" smarties who think they know all the answers . . . would rather dance than com- plain . . . photography is his love . . . working is his salvation . . . Stage Crew. Betty lane Case . . ."Bee" buzzes cross-country in her '48 . . . would like to swim back . . . mom's fried chicken will refresh her . . . "Bee's" diary fills her leisure time . . . Bocks and Maga' zines, Guard, Lettergirls, Ceramics, G.A.A. Marie Casello . . . "Mir" dines on pizza with the "Sharps" . . . Miss Farr comes in for praise . . . sincerity among her friends is a "must" . . .Council, Choir, Hall Guard, Fashion, Etiquette, G.A.A. Lew Cascarona . . . "Chicken Little" is suffering from "eatitis" . . . some day he may make blueprints for your new home . . . likes the resting habit but avoids conceited girls . . . Riding, Ital- ian, Cooking. ' Earl Bosworth . . . this pal is suspicious of whispering maidens . . . is looking for a friendly quiet girl who likes to travel . . . show-going is ace card in pastimes . . . Cooking, Coast Guard. Harold Bowen . . . future novocain king, picks Mesdames Crane and Armitage . . . smart modest female will assist in extractions . . . apple pie and ice cream don't cause his sweet tooth to ache . . . College. Rita Brand . . . this future peppy stenographer prefers her beets buttered . . .radio programs are her pastime . . . thinks per- sonality boys and lively girls like Miss Selinger make good pals . . . G.A.A., Cleanup, Etiquette. Molly Bressan . . . will share Tex Beneke's and Eddy I-loward's records with clean-cut fellows . . .french fries will be served between recordings to Mrs. Taglia . . . drinking "gals" will get the air . . . Fashion, G.A.A. William Brinati . . . "Birdie" would be glad to sing for his supper if it's ravioli and sausage . . . early retirement would be pleasant if not surrounded by yapping girls . . . Italian Club. lohn Brornstead . . . the "overall" girl is "Bud's" pet peeve . . . will invite Miss Boller to his first radio broadcast . . . next to eat- ing he prefers bowling . . . Hall Guard, Council, Science, Clean- up. La Vergne Buetow . . . "Ginger" loves to ride hatless and short skirted . . . would be satisfied if she were like her mother . . . makes short work of chocolate sundaes . . . Library, Mixed Choir, Girls' Choir. Evelyn Burrick . . . wholesome "Eve" likes to bake and visit . . . Miss Haley is her pal . . . scorns the complainer . . . baby pho- tography will keep her young . . . hamburgers and ice cream rate . . . Camera, G.A.A. Nick Butera . . . Mr. Temple's shadow seems to like the name of Lois . . . long-skirt style is not to this chap's liking . . . bowling is down his alley . . . Fixit, Italian, Marshal, Dancing, Program- ing. Carl Calwas . . . he'1l bicycle his way to the position of engraver . . . would like Pop Pfeil to accompany him to hockey games . . . smoking girls are blacklisted . . . is looking for a new locker partner. Frank Carsen . . . Kit's com beef and cabbage appetite makes him sharp on the Checkerboard moves . . . storing away phono- graph records keeps him busy . . . music conductor is his am- bition . . . admires Miss Kilgour. Roland Casati . . . "Rely" has the wander-lust . . . sweet sociable girl carries weight with him . . tinkering with his car keeps his muscles bulging . . . would mow clown the answer man . . . Riding, Cooking, Italian. ' Helen Custleberry . . . acrobatic numbers to the music of an ac- cordion is her chief exercise . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . would flatten out gossiping women . . . tall handsome boys interest her . . . Talent, Silver Streak Representative, G.A.A. Ioan Catalan . . . the friendly athletic male scores . . . Miss Bu- jewski will share spaghetti between games . . . prizes her pow- wows with the "Tribe" . . . Dardanelles, Lettergirls, College Prep., Ir. Service, Cheerleaders, G.A.A. tPres.l, N.H.S. Emelda Cecchin . . . "Chickie" has her eye on the tall blond sailor boys who will give her menus for her collection . . . some- thing within whispers that she is good stage material . . . Green Curtain. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Corinne Biel . . . Mrs. Pausel and "mom" figure in "Corky's" day- dreaming escapades . . . people peeve her . . . craves shrimps . . . loafing agrees with her . . . mother ranks first . . . Poster, German, Pre Medios, G,A.A. Ernest Bienias . . . traveling with a short blonde and a good pal is Ernie's desire . . . conceited girls won't much on bar-b-q's and fries . . . Mrs. Young will sip malteds with him . . . Police, Hall Guard. Marilyn Bilka . . . "Buzz," a staunch admirer of Miss Landrigan, and a Whiz at baton-twirling, shakes her finger at silly girls . . . Baton Twirling, Know Chicago, College Preparatory, Bowling, G.A.A. Corinne Blomquist . . . if steak is around, so is "Corney" . . . ad- mires Mr. Groom . . . selects the well-dressed boy as her pal . . . musical career is what she wants . . .Choir, Band, Orchestra. Fine Arts, N.H.S. Icrck Blumer . . . "stuck-up" girls are flat tires to "Pants" . . . his heart is tied to a new car . . . football is his love and ice cream slips down easy. Ioseph Blunka . . . hopes to travel on his model railroad to a land of roast beef and salads . . . Mr. Ruzicka will be his com- panion . . . conceited people will be left at the station. Virginia Bjork . . . "Ginny" snubs snobs . . . is devoted to the net game of love . . . is college-minded . . . prefers Miss Rolence . . . Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Scandinavian, Latin, Carrot Tops, College Prep., Choir, G-.A.A., N.H.S. Lydia Blackowske . . . dancing and roller-skating "Lidie" sews her own clothes . . . clean-cut fellows with personality and Mrs. Beach rate . . . thumbs down on people who don't finish conver- sations . . . Office Service, G.A.A. Donald Blair . . . "Speed" wouldn't mind a "head-on" with a million dollars to splurge on pizza and roller-skating . . . would mow down conceited humans . . . likes the lamb-like miss . . . As We Like lt, Track, Polish. lanet Bochte . . .thrifty Ianet has pockets bulging with dollar bills . . .expects to tour U.S, in own car . . . we hope she doesn't run oft a cliff in the dark . . . Pan American, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.l-LS. George Boer . . . going West with Blumer and Garbarski would please George . . . lamb chops and mashed potatoes would be willingly shared with "Pop" . . .braggarts are too much for him. Charlotte Bohn . . . "Char" gets a big bang out of lite when with the "Ads" . . .tall shrewd dudes twist her head . . . she's never the cow's tail when momscooking is served . . . Council, Silver Streak. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Donald Disney . . .artiticial people make "Dizzy" burn his Dolores Donald . . . don't "Donald" "Pee Wee" or her dreams broiled lobsters . . . he shines in ivory tickling and candid cam- will be nightmares . . . tumbles tor that twin Ice . . . olive eating era shots . . . admires Miss Farr . . . Fine Arts Guild, Boys' Choir, keeps her in good humor . . . so does Mr. Ruzicka . . . Cheer- Mixed Choir, leaders, G.A.A. Dolores Di Stasio . . . "Dee's" spending sprees cost mom and Rosalie Drayer . . . dining room doors will be closed on had man- dad plenty . . . hopes she's as successful in her work as she is ners . . . Miss Bujewski is her ideal . . . "Bit's" needle points to devouring french fries . . . sense of humor is important , . . ltal- success . . . Movie and Magazine, Pan American, Tennis, Hall ian, Lettergirls, GJ-LA. Guard, Know Chicago, G.A.A. A Anthony Di Vito . . . neat, trustworthy girls will hear "Sparrow" John Dubrovin . . . "lOhl1f1iS" hC1Sl'1't the girl COITIPIGX Yet, but iS chirp . . . the cards say his future lies in the business world . . . well on the road to a stone qL1CI1'1'Y - . . would like to invent has immense capacity lor ravioli and pizza . . . Roller Skating, something . . . teachers are O.K .... Cooking, Ushers, Hall Pan American, Riding. Guard, Handicraft. Harold Dunn , . , "Stretch" wouldn't mind Q turkey gobbler every Barbara Ebel . . . "Bobs" will not design dresses for "blowhards" dC1Y of the Week - - . basketball QCIYHGS cmd CJOOF-l music Ure pleas- . . . will share her chopsuey with honest and sincere people any ant pastimes . . . understanding girls, who would boost his sales time I l . will Work Qt being G Success- are what he's looking for. l ' Ronald Eck . . . "Fton's" not a cornplainer, but admits he favors ?::Z'es DY::g1hb'miXSSfgHbgOEEgS beckggygiggsigruialgge:Tsai people with personality . . . has the trombone craze . . . awaits crowded buses and rising early . . . is looking for unusual sou- college dcws ' ' ' Campus Crew' Rcdlo Performance' Sigma Quad' venirs . . . Pep, Sports, GAA. College Preparatory. Norman Dziedzic . . . strawberry shortcake is "Norm's" favorite Ray Ecke' ' ' ' HRedH is long OH pinochle ' ' ' would Challenge dessert . . . wouldn't mind making a million sitting on corner Mr' Ruzickq to G game - - ' goes for Stwwbeffv P59 Und PYGUY newsstand . . . pt-etty qtt-ts make G htt with hixn but "Snowy" brunettes . . . has a flare for industrial engineering . . . Riding, trolley pilots deserve a hit. Stein Verein. 160i g PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Connie Chiapetla . . . wandering "Chipes" cracks down on gum crackers . . . ma's dishes are palatable . . . Mrs. Taglia can sample them . . . if he's tall and athletic he may come in . . . Knitting, Guard, Etiquette, Latin, G.A.A. Marian Christman . . . this lover of children will- find fun and money in photographing babies . . . seeks Mrs. Soderberg's ad- vice . . . her studio will furnish music while waiting . . . will cancel appointments of late comers. Bridget Christopher . . . recreates with the "Sharps" . . . feasts on ravioli . . . sloppy dressers irk "Cris" . . . puts the OK. on Mr. Ruzicka . . . likes to be on the go . . . Choir, Ceramics, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Shirley Conrad . . . "Shirl's" first position will be that of secre- tary . . . would like tall, dark boss . . . Mrs. l-lege will accom- pany her on vacation sprees of fishing and skating . . . Latin, G.A.A. Wilmer Cooper . . . "Will" loves hunting for chicken and dump- lings . . . drafts Mr. Ruzicka as his co-pilot . . . conceited people should take a powder . . . is always fishing for a ride in Roy's car. Giroma Corrado . . . thrifty "Gerry" does shopping through the window with Mrs. Taglia to give her pointers . . . must curl a lot of heads to buy the ravioli she can consume . . . Italian, G.A.A. Ioseph Crudele . . . "Frenchy" likes ladies both in books and in life . . . mining engineering is his ambition . . . apple pie makes him happy . . . snatching his girl-friend peeves him . . . Football. Dorothy Cucka . . . "Do" nurses along the idea that some day White Sox might win the pennant . . . she believes books are good friends to cultivate . . .that pie and milk appetite fore- warn a diet . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. Mary Curtis . . . traveling, via motorcycle, is down "Curt's" alley . . . will take movies as she goes . . . Miss Hoffman will be the back seat rider . . . would run down folks with chips on their shoulders . . . Riding, Camera, G.A.A. Iohn Danloe . . . "Iack's" the quiet type, but admits he wants to be a success . . . admires the blonde type and the people who are not conceited . . . could live without homework. Clifford Darken . . . "Cliff" spends leisure following the "Bears" . . . interested in fun-loving girls with at heap of pep . . . will ask Mr. Schutter to figure out a plan for early retirement . . . N.H.S. Dorothy Daschner. . . "Cookie's" "Snookie" leads her a dog's life, but she likes it . . .lack seems to be the name, and settling down to marriage bliss in a cozy home of her own spell happi- ness . . . G.A.A. Anthony Deley . . . "Tony" admires the art of engineering . . . any kind of ball game satisfies this future art addict . . . he loves all the ladies but they definitely must be nice. Richard Demnicki . . . "Dick" aims at the medical world . . . pre- scribes Krakow sausage for strength . . . will concoct pills for conceited girls . . . enjoys all sports . . . Latin, Swim, Lettermen, Baseball, Basketball, Sports. Herman De Smidt . . . "Smitty," the second Lindbergh, goes up in the air every time women drivers are present . . . an outdoor girl, Pop Pfeil, angel food cake are his choices. Ronald Cinel . . . "Boo" likes extra winks in the morning . . .in- considerate people who do not appreciate music are tabooed . . . Mr. Feldman gets the prize . . . Campus Crew, Italian, Concert Band, R.O. Band. Daniel Coiiaro . . . "Moose" will fight his way to french fries, chicken and pizza which he'd share with Miss Farr . . . hopes to teach physical education to pretty blondes . . . Riding, Boys' Cooking, Rollerskating. Nello Comelli . . . would not be satisfied to have a smoking Wife . . . prefers an attractive wealthy girl who is expert at pizza making, and a good pin setter for his bowling . . . Italian. Marianna Cortez . . .records, ice cream, "Poochie" and the "Tribe" make "Putz's" life complete . . . peppy fun-loving people delight her . . . so does Miss Bujewski . . . Silver Streak, Dar- danelles, Spanish, College Preparatory, Office Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. ' Nancy Costa . . . her french fries special are a delight to the "Sharps" . . . she's campaigning against unpolished shoes . . . sings Mrs. Taglia's praises . . . hopes to be an interior decorator . . . Hall Guard, Choir, G.A.A. Iames Craig . . . "Sam's" the man who'll supply you with old time news articles . . . he's the chap that raps the girl smoker, and is fond of blondes . . . you can't fool him on pool. William Cyplick . . . roasted chicken is his "cue" to health . . . Mr. Schutter can sample it . . .enjoys skating with friendly, sociable girl . . . tardy people are off preferred list . . .Don and Bob are tops, ' Dolores Daley . . . grapes are the main squeeze in food line . . . Miss Thorsson rates her praise . . . smooth dressers rate . . . Northwestern U. is her goal . . . would nail down noisy shoes . . . Choir, Streak, Dardanelles, lr. Service, N.H.S. Robert Dankert . . . "Red," the mechanical man idolizes Noehre and short brunettes . . . car fixing and consuming fried chicken takes up his time . . . Miss Roy is his favorite teacher. Ieanette Dautel . . . "Neddie," the popular little melody arranger, takes the cake if it's ma's . . . Ir. Choir, Library, Edelweiss Ver- ein, Stein Verein, Hall Guard, Carrot Tops, Minute Men, Fresh- Soph. Choir, G.A.A. Ioan De Fiore . . . "Dee" favors chicken . . . football games and bowling are her diversions . . . she desires to travel . . . wants to be like mom . . . rates French Club high . . . French, Dress Design, Red Cross, GJ-LA. Grace De Gracia . . . romantic "Gracie" finds fun in hoarding sentimental keepsakes . . . talkfests with her buddies and con- suming spaghetti make her happy . . . wants to die rich . . . Knitting, As We Like lt. G.A.A. Elizabeth Dietrich . . . nurse's life is appealing to "Trouble" . . . bowling is her chief sport . . .ambitious good-natured people will be permitted to set up the pins . . . Fine Arts Guild, Girls' Choir, G.A.A. Nathan Di Michele . . . "Frenchy's" idea of heaven is retirement at the early age of twenty-five . . . will have loads of time to shoot pool and eat his favorite foods. loseph Di Puma . . . the cuties with a sweet smile will melt "Ioe's" heart . . . smoke gets in his eyes . . . bent on having a good time . . . has an eye for business with his pals. 16 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Rose Federighi . .- . pizza-packing "Ro" delights in dancing to dreamy music with a certain Al as partner and Miss Farr as spec- tator . . . Carrot Tops, Hall Guard, Pan American, G.A.A. Richard Fedro . . . "Dick" enjoys engineering his dates with a certain someone . . . golfing takes the cake . . . catty girls de- serve crumbs . . . long skirts displease . . . As We Like lt, Pol- ish, Mixed Choir. X Eugene Ferraro . . . "Gene" pals with the friendly type , . .Mr. Ruzicka is tops . . . conceited girls are not in his life's plan . . . favors pizza and banana splits . . . passes time roller skating and swimming. Roy Foellmer . . . he hopes he's successful in pocketing mom's apple pie . . . back seat drivers won't share ride in "Will's" car . . . quiet girls appeal to him . . . Red Cross, Stein Verein. Ieanne Portman . . . this girl of the rink keeps healthy by feeding on home made pan-cakes . . . is grooming herself to become a good secretary . . . Mixed Choir, Scandinavian, Etiquette, G.A.A. Edward Frank . . . racing pigeons furnish fun and occupation for "Slim" . . . hopes to become a world famous radio announcer . . . quiet little maidens are his pick . . . Miss Farr and Miss Foley are his favorites. A Marlys Frisendahl . . . burning the midnight oil in homework ig- nites her temper . . . never tires of motor-cycling . . . enjoys good humored people . . . french fries appease her ravenous appetite . . . admires Mr. Beck . . . G.A.A. Jean Frisk . . . would sacrifice rare steaks and pen pals if she could be picked for grand opera . . . Voice, Fine Arts Guild, Mixed Choir, Latin, Scandinavian, Camera, G.A.A. Rita Frontzak . . . "Reet's" dad and mom are her ideals . . . her hobby is ice hockey . . . has no time for sarcasm . . . Ir. Choir, Hall Guard, Student Council, Dress Design, Carrot Tops, G.A.A. Robert Gallagher . . . "Bcb's" homework keeps him too busy to have any pet peeves . . . girls are not so important . . . would have a gobbler . . . music is his love . . . Boys' Choir, Marshal. Doris Galuska . . . "alibi ikes" get the "brush off" from "Dorie," the collector of tiny animal statues . . . after globe trotting, she'll settle down in Wisconsin . . . mom is her ideal . . . Riding, Span- ish, Pan American, G.A.A., N.H.S. Donald Garbarski . . . "Don" halts for malts en route to western climes . . . he'll steer clear of conceited loud talkers . . . never gets enough sleep but is wide awake when Miss Landrigan ap- pears . . . Hall Guard. Iean Gerhard . . . her love for ice cream may melt, but not her yen to make '52 Olympic . . . Mr. Ruzicka is her friend . . . Cheerleaders, Advanced Swim, Edelweiss Verein, Ir. Service, Let- tergirls, G.A.A. Board, N.H.S. Rita Giancola . . . Mrs. Boughton is "Reet's" friend . . . advises a career in the field of psychology . . . intelligent and athletic boys hold her interest . . . will be a renowned pianist and painter . . . Dardanelles. Choir, G.A.A., N.l-I.S. Irene Glasing . . . "I" choses talkative people who will help her collect recipes . . . likes pickin' chicken . . . she's a veritable book worm, climbing the ladder in the commercial world . . .Know Chi- cago, Debate, G.A.A. Robert Field . . . "Bob" is happy with short quiet brunettes . . . his law office will contain a collection of jazz records . . . the "Knaves" take up most of his time . . . he's not club minded. Williarn Fisher . . . vice-president "Bill" invites his vivacious gang to Bruno's for french fries, celebrating his retirement at 23 . . . Silver Streak, Fixit, Cross Country, Track, Sigma Quad, Col- lege Preparatory, Radio, Sports, N.H.S. Lola Flanagan . . . complaining comrades will have no place in this gueen's court . . . Mr. Ruzicka is king . . . would like to model mattresses . . . gives ear to good conversationalists . . . Pep, Council, Music Appreciation, Choir, G.A.A. Eugene Frank . . . "Gene" will hunt for anything to eat . . . go- ing out with "fellas" and friendly gals are his favorite pastimes . . . gals that smoke are left behind . . . Football, Athletic Clubs. Sarah French . . . crowded buses and long skirts beat "Frenchy" down . . . corn on the cob and pineapple are her preferred food items . . . bakes while she reads . . . wants to visit National Parks . . . G.A.A. Ioann Friede . . . the stage bug is biting "Joey" . . . hopes to catch it in New York . . . "abolish homework" is her theme song . . . prom bids will be her memory gems . . . Choir, Green Curtain. Lois Fross . . . this champion piano player puts on pounds by consuming "gooey" chocolate sundaes . . ,takes them off by tobogganing and swimming . . . wants to be a secretary . . . Spanish, Tall Teens, G.A.A., N.H.S. Eileen Funk . . . for novel idea in greeting cards consult "Butch's" collection . . . hopes to land an office job where catty girls are not on the pay roll . . . baseball games furnish fun. Gloria Galion . . . a thoughtful boy who would bring "Glor" a Crosby record now and then, will be invited on her traveling tour . . . mom and Miss Selinger come first . . . Library, French, G.A.A. Darlene Gast . . .pork bar-b-ques cooked in her cabin in the woods will be the dish when Mr. Ferdman visits . . . designing clothes is not just casual with "Dolly" . . . Alchemstein, Clean-up, Symphony, Star, G.A.A. Richard Gayan . . . average "Rich" would ride miles with Mr. Ruzicka for fried chicken . . . average guys and gals will be his co-workers . . . smoking ladies will be left jobless. Shirley Gehlert . . . "Wimp" future airline hostess, would like dimpled male to pilot . . . when grounded, prefers to bowl with the gang and mom's cooking . . . Bowling, Spanish, Know Chi- cago, College Prep., Baton Twirling. Ray Glazowski . . . champion party goer finds it hard to melt the ladies' icy glares . . . Student Council, Silver Streak, Fixit, Green Curtain, Radio, Sigma Quad, Cross Country, College Preparatory, Track, Sports, N.H.S. Robert Godlewski . . . "Bob" has horror of blind dates even though his loyal buddies might pick him one with a sense of humor and pretty enough . . . will find dentistry hard pulling . I. . R.O.T.C. - . 1 1 Alice Gord . . . would like to sing her way to Broadway . . . hot fudge sundaes will keep her voice good . . . won't forget Mr. Herrick and Lillian . . . Green Curtain, Office Service, Press Club. U A-4 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Edmund Eckert . . . "Ed's" always fishing for new stamps . . . the love game over the net with a pleasant partner scores with him . . . aims at a business career in the world of science. Marie Edenhofer . . . "Mitzi's" own business will be closed to conceited people . . . eating pizza sews up her time . . . home- work disagrees with this athletic girl . . . personality plus "fella" is approved . . .Bowling, Riding, Golf, G.A.A. Orville Edwards . . . "Ed" will build his own schooner . . . will sail around the world and take Mr. Ferdman as first mate . . . hopes to collect prize fish en route . . .Swim, Concert Band, Craft. Richard Erickson . . . loafing with humorous and friendly boys rates . . . doors of his own business are wide open to Miss Farr . . . "Eric" shares french fried shrimps with short brunettes . . . Choir, Riding. Ursula Esposito . . . would like to collect enough match covers to cover her ranch-house . . . will entertain Mrs. Taglia there . . . would like to fence in conceited folk . . . Riding Club, G.A.A. Marilyn Etterwind . . . beware! this future private "dick" will search you for records . . . her loyal friends will help her pick out a manly boy friend . . . Dardanelles, Knitting, As Vile Like lt, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Fern Ehlers . . . late comers for "Blue Eyes" don't rate . . . she just loves acting, singing and Mr. Miller . . . this athletic miss desires friends with nice personalities . . . Riding, Dancing, Choir, G.A.A. Anthony Epifanio . . . "Tony" hopes not only to be a successful business man but to find the best looking girl . . . he swims to work up an appetite for steak . . . Horseback Riding. Iune Erickson . . . far flung mission fields where butter melts on the table and pickled herring is in season is where you'll find this conversationalist . . . Pre Medios, Toll Teens, G.A.A. lean Ewin . . . takes the prize for talking . . . idolizes "Ellie" . . . kept busy collecting things . . . can eat hamburgers any hour . . . likes Mr. Ruzickcr . . . considering a nurse's job . . . Silver Streak, Golf, Riding, G.A.A. Raymond Facenda . . . you can talk horses to Ray any day . . . raising them is his future work . . . Mr. Ruzicka will hold the reins . . .conceited girls will be bounced . . . Cartoon, Radio Mechanics, Italian. Lois Falknor . . . violin practicing is no chore for "Poochie," as long as "Gram" serves her spaghetti . . . Dick is her pick . . . Chamber Music, Fine Arts, Dardanelles, As We Like It, Office Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Norma Hialtelin . . .future surgeon would like to intern with Mr. Swem . . . while off duty wouldn't mind dancing with intelli- gent athlete . . . raucous voices on telephone displeases her . . . French, Pre Medics, Green Curtain, Concert Band. Dorothy Hochbaum . . . swimming is her pastime . . . fair weather friends are her pet peeves . . . mashed "spuds" fill her up . . . Miss Dierks is her friend . . . has private secretary ambition . . . G,A.A. Delores Hodowanic . . . shopping for good places to eat waffles furnishes fun for this bowling fan . . .shy boys appeal to her . . . wants to be a psychologist .. . . Dardanelles, Office Service, G.A.A., N.H,S. Betty Horqan . . . when "lo" gets driver's license, anyone who has french fries to offer will get a spin. including Miss ,Farr . . . lr. Choir tPres.J, Etiquette, French, Librarian, Office Service, G.A.A., N.H.S. Walter Howard . . . furniture will be "Wally's" line . . .pho- tography is his side line . . . Mr, Beck can sample any chair . . . his teasing sisters won't get floor space . . . radios will be his specialty. Irene Hubers . . . walking with that tall, talkative Tom is "I's" special pastime . . . Miss Prouty is her friend . . . fancy perfume bottles catch her eye . . . thinks five sons make a nice family '. . . Riding, Guard, G.A.A. Barbara Hollabuuqh . . . "Barbs" will wait for one man only in her life . . . passes her time window-shopping . . . her desire is a happy marriage . . . Riding, Tall Teens, Stein Verein. Ioan Holt . . . all "loannie" needs to make her life complete are records, records, records, a little sense of humor among her friends and frequent fish fries . . . Scandinavian, G.A.A. lack Holzkamp . . . it will be pay day for "lay" when his dream of a chicken farm is hatched . . . thinks would-be "big shots" and smoking girls have nothing to crow about. Donald Huelke . . . dislikes crabby people . . . happy-go-lucky, intelligent people can share his swimming dates . . . doctor's life appeals to "Don" . . . Fire Marshals, Press, Latin, Hall Guard, Lunch-room, Swim. Marilyn Ibsen . . .tall dark boys interest "Mare" . . . "Glor" has her heart . . . see her for suggestions on interior decorating . . . belongs to the "tribe" that has no peeves . . . Silver Streak Editor, Dramatics, Scandinavian, Pan American, G.A.A. Lloyd lversen . . . this peace loving boy would like to be the creator of world peace . . . he's the quiet type, but admires the talkative ones . . . concerts are relaxation . . .Choir, Chess, Presidents' Club, N.H.S. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Doris Graves . . . pictures galore fill "Dodte's" room . . . nurse's vocation appeals to her . . . brown-eyed Bob has her guessing . . . eating is her indoor sport . . . dislikes boys who are easily led . . . Sports, G.A.A. Garwcod Graves . . . "Gar's" poultry farm will give him his fill of fried chicken . . . he'd like to skate and dance all day long . . . Miss Iacobek can give him advice on crops . . . Press. Lorraine Grernpke . . . "Lorrie" will be disappointed if she doesn't say "l do" . . . prefers the good-humored well dressed gent who can come up to Mr. Beck . . . Council, Green Curtain, Polish, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Lillian Gruslinq . . . "Willy," the famous gown designer, likes to sketch herself at home with Tony . Miss Blythe and refined girl can share fried chicken . . . opinion givers will have to starve . . .G.A.A. Eqidio Gualano . . . record collecting and reading are "Gee Gee's" interests . . . the girl craze hasn't taken him yet . . . thinks Miss Farr is great . . . ravioli and pizza are delectable repasts . . . Italian. Laura Gullickson . . , west coast calls this "U-Neek" ice skater . . . athletic and neat male will also be deciding influence . . . phonies will be shipped to No-Man's Land . . . French, G.A.A. Lois Hahn . . . "Lo's" advice on how to make friends and keep them will rival Dale Carnegie's . . ,. would discharge all grouchy bus drivers . . . Miss Haley is her pet . . . Tall Teens, Choir, G.A.A. Rose Hallinan . . . pushing the keys in ct cozy office where show- offs get nowhere is "Rosie's" dream . . . thinks french fries taste better after skating date . . . likes Miss Lyon . . . G.A.A. Lcretta Hamilton . . . could live without people who can't make up their minds, but not without Carl, her broad-shoulderecl, brown- eyed hero whose picture she would like to tint . . . Riding. Alice Harackiewicz . . . "Al's" pal is the organ . . . would like to gag loud talkers . . . has a "yen" to see Europe . . . would invite Mrs. Young to figure out the budget . . . G.A.A. Shirlee Heck . . . they call her "Ma" because she's friendly and true . . . one handsome piano player is her "ray" of hope . . . wouldn't mind raising a family of football stars . . . Riding, Golf, G.A.A. Marilyn Hedges . . . senorita "Mar" plans to visit Mexico . . . "su amiga," Miss Thorsson, will come as interpreter . . . chicken will suffice while loafing with tall, dark, and handsome male . . . Pan American, Dardanelles, N.H.S. Shirley Henriksen . . . beauty culturist will give free mud packs to friendly girls . . . Miss Farr could assist in the packing . . . mom's homemade chili will always come in handy . . . Fashion, G.A.A. A Bruce Hensel . . . "Butch" would like to cook "hamburgers and fries" and invite Miss lacobek to lunch . . . long skirts make his temper short . . . electrical engineering is his goal . . . Pan American, Radio Mechanics, Regina Herring . . .best little soda jerker Andes ever had is "Reggie," who can make Irish stew disappear like magic . . . prefers Mr. Ruzicka . . . hopes fashion for girls to smoke will soon be out. Patricia Grider . . . Austin Y.M.C.A. holds pleasant memories for "Christy," the water nymph . . . fond of athletics and athletes. so will study to be a gym teacher . . . Latin, Lettergirls, Choir, Adv. Swim, G.A.A. lane Grimm . . . working at a hospital preparing for a stewardess job takes up Iane's leisure . . . manages to get in a swim now and then . . . Latin, Lettergirls, Dardanelles, Adv. Swim, Ir. Ser- vice, G.A.A., N.H.S. Ioseph Grossman . . . "Ice" will be a chemical engineer but will never advocate dyes for women's hair . . . modestly confesses he likes the demure little lady . . . seeks Miss Polka as his advisor. Dorothy Gundersen . . .never tires of cross-word puzzles . . . "Gundy" can't "go" gum crackers and teasers . . . loafing over fried chicken is great . . . has respect for polite boys only . . . Girls' Choir, G.A.A. Helen Guth . . . "Shorty" can't be rushed even when roast chicken is on the table . . , hopes to wave at the worldfrom the air . . . says her middle name is "Work" . . . G.A.A. Helen Hacker . . . athletic boy with personality bowls Helen over . . . eats salami and chicken between frames . . . listening to "Como" gives her pep to hit 300 mark . . . would like to gutter dishwashing . . . G.A.A. Lois Hanke . . . enjoys gab-fest with the 3 L's . . . Miss Rompf listens in , . . private secretary's job should pay dividends in fried chicken . . . As We Like lt. Dardanelles, Camera, G,A.A., N.l-l.S. Jeannette Hans . . . "Iean's" picture of a likeable girl is one very active, who can ride and swim . . . hopes the bag of fate holds a marriage license for her in the near future. Edgar Hanson . . . enjoys live boy chums and quiet girl friends . . . farrner's life appeals to camera minded "Eddie" . . . food doesn't bother him . . . Guard, Sport Fans, Campus Crew, College Preparatory. Edward Heineman . . . hot canines and ham come first in "Ed's" menu . . . he's strong on the ten pin game . . . favors Miss Kil- gour . . . he'd like to go far and see much . . . Choir, Bowling. Norman Hempel . . . "Hemp's" photography game keeps him in the dark . . . has developed some ideas about smoking and gum- chewing girls . . . he'l1 become a muscle man through practice of chiropractics. 1 Norma Henriksen . . . this beauty will operate on chicken and pizza . . . blond boys with roller-skating skill are "Red's" flare . . .personality is an essential qualification . . . Carrot Tops, Roller Skating, Etiquette, Scandinavian, G.A.A. Dolores Hildebrand . . . "Dolor" will hold her cut slips as sou- venirs . . . graduation is the pinnacle of her happiness . . .she's the hobby horse kid . . .likes Mr. Bradley . . . Stein Verein, Edelweiss Verein, Art, G.A.A. Marian Hill . . . "Red" has designs on being a dress designer . . . seeks advice from Mr. Ruzicka . . . always looking for pizza handout . . . would like to sit on girls who baby talk . . .Riding, G.A.A. Dorothy Hinderer . . . "Dot" likes people and collects pictures of her favorites . . . watching P. and G. fix cars is fascinating pastime . . . likes Mrs. Fausel's friendly interest . . . anxious to be a model housewife. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Gloria Kalny . . . golf is the link that binds dad and "Glory" . . . has intentions of traveling . . . her phonograph will go with her . . . polite gentlemen only are acceptable . . . smoking sisters are out. Dorothy Kalomiris . . . money slips through "Peanuts' " hands as she purchases the latest styles . . . a friendly boy who has the price of a Cadillac may call . . .Red Cross, Choir, Poster, Riding, G.A.A. Vernon Kamin . . . "Pierre" would like to "sue" gossipinq fe- males . . . playing pro-basketball takes morn's dark cake . . . Pop Pfeil gets the choice piece . . . humorous buddies get their share . . . Lettermen, Sports. Hildegarde Katzbeck . . . no pet peeves cross "l-lildy's" path . . . she's just a lover of all sports . . . likes a boy she has to look up to . . . Sports, Cheerleaders, Choir, Council, Green Curtain, G,A.A. Irmqard Kelle . . . her little "Ray" of sunshine never cracks "cor- nies" . . . Mr. Bradley's arguments furnish pleasant pastimes . . . future finds her in a dainty teaeroom . . . Stein Verein, Office Ser- vice, Edelweiss, G.A.A. Lois Keller . . . "Red" is not long on long skirts . . , turns deaf ear to gossips . . . likes Miss Landrigan . . . good dancers are her choice . . . enjoys witty people . . . Roller skating, Hall Guard, Bowling, G.A.A. George Kezios . . . garage building keeps George out of mischief . . .he's not keen about gold-diggers . . . the practical joker gets no hand from this lad . . . admires people who aren't afraid to eat. Laverne Kielmar . . . "Lovey's" the eating kid when hamburgers are around . . . tall humorous boy who will promise never to be late can plead for her hand . . . Choir, Know Chicago, Span- ish, College Preparatory, G.A.A. Luis Kieldsen . . . "Lo's" life is a dog's life . . . will spend time decorating her dog's house . . . Miss Watson will assist . . . the dairy state beckons her . . . fried chicken is preferred . . . Riding, G.A.A. Betty Kluch . . . silver dollars jingle as "Beke," the housekeeper, passes with her tray of chicken and fries . . . avoids sloppy girls . . . likes Pop Pfeil . . . Golf, Choir, Edelweiss Verein, Student Council, G.A.A. Russell Koepke, Ir .... "Ross," the rancher, will send fag bags to the woods . . . would like to breed some good stallions . . . girls who ride will be hired as trainers. Roy Kohlhaas . . . carving up the young calf for fastidious house- wives will be Roy's future occupation . . . between cuts he'll do a little radio building . , . friendly people will get the best chops. Robert Korabik . . . fun-loving and college minded "Bob" would like to mow down gabby women . . . he caters to the humorous guy who'll buy him hamburgers now and then . . . Polish, Li- brary, Hall Guard, Travel. Marlene Kostuck . . . "Mickey" will skate "Ladies Only" with Ma Farr . . . tall, dark type strikes her . . . wall flowers are stiffs to her . . . will interpret Spanish . . . Green Curtain, Roller Skat- ing, First Aid, G.A.A. Clarence Kotars . . . apple pie consumer would like to fulfill his ambition to become a gym teacher some day . . . homework dis- agrees with him . . . loaiing seems to agree . . . Football. Ruth Kandler . . . "Woody's" habitual lateness peeves her . . . hopes to prepare a chemical formula to cure it . , . finds charm in music and books . . . Orchestra, Chamber Music, Pine Arts, Alchemstein, French, As We Like It. Keith Kasman . . . he'll eat fried chicken and pie on his own ranch in Arizona . . . prefers midget auto races to homework . . . Mr. Ruzicka and Mr. Feldman are tops . . . golf rates. Conrad Kasprzyk . . . "Connie" awaits his Zlst birthday . . . will celebrate with a turkey dinner party . . . Miss Farr will be in- vited . . . a beautiful blonde will give the toast . . . gossip will be excluded. Norma Kelly . . . true blue girls are admired by this future blues- singer . . . likes tall fellows who'll contribute a record to her collection . . . Pan American, Choir, G.A.A. Ioan Kennedy . . . Jean's Irish blood creates a longing to be a minstrel . . . admires the friendly girl . . . ma's plain cooking is good enough . . . Adv. Swim, Ir. Choir, Sketch, Student Council, Carrot Tops, G.A.A. Iustine Ketchmark . . . "Dusty" concentrates on one . . .hopes her housewife talents will win him . . . woe to him if he sips his soup aloud . . . dreaming is her pastime . . . admires Miss Selinger . . . Choir, G.A.A. Russell Klein . . . pheasants and fish fill his fun basket . . . thinks show-off girls should take to the woods . . . traveling sales- man is his ambition . . . As We Like It, History Club. Patricia Klenk . . . better look out "Tiny," Uncle Sam might be looking over foreign correspondence . . . maybe your salad recipes will win a prize . . . hope you lead a model lite . . . Riding, Li- brary, G.A.A. lean Kloss . . . food is her spice of life . . . dominating people annoy her . . . likes her "Cookie" to go window shopping . . . Michigan Avenue is her Sunday promenade . . . Pep, Travel, G.A.A. Adeline Kolany . . . a honeymoon in California is "Delly's" hope . . . oh! how she hates to get up in the morning . . . "Pat" has his hat in the ring . . . Girl's Sports, Pep, G.A.A. Frank Kolinski . . . will drill to be a dentist . . . looks to "Bru- no's" for his clients . . . Streak, College, Green Curtain, Riding. Mixed Choir, Latin, Radio, Sigma Quad, Dramatics, Hall Guard, Swim, N.l-LS. Chester Koniszewski . . . collecting phonograph records scores a strike for the traveler . . . quiet gals and Miss Roy can watch him pitch horse shoes . . . shrimps are his favorite food . . . Sport Fans. Thomas Kowalczik . . . "Meat Head" sets up his crystal set to listen to Stan Kenton . . . long skirts send him back to the middle ages . . . Barb-B-Q beef brings him back . . . Choir, Hall Guard. William Krabn . . . gals who smoke will not accompany him on his travels . . . French fries and hamburgers get his "stamp" of approval . . . pal who sticks by him can be his loafer partner. Nancy Kreftinq . . . "Nan" has the camera habit . . . keeps a record of what she takes . . . conceited fellows are excluded irom her beach parties . . . bent on finding an interesting job . . . Spanish, Math, G.A.A. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Therese Iablonski . . . "Terry" is merry pasting cards and menus Aileen Iohnson . . . Ham and potatoes drag her out of deep sleep in scrap books . . . tale bearers do not share her affection, but , , . prevaricators and vain people won't even get the hum bone Billy does - . - wedding Chimes Clie her fUV01'5l9 music - - -polish' . . . orchids to Mr. Feldman . . . Dardanelles, Concert Orchestra, Fixitf G-A'A- R.O. Band, Scandinavian. Dolores Iahnke . . . would like secretary's job laid in her lap . . . Miss Feely might have one up her sleeve . . . novelty jewelry Edward Iohnson . . . "Ed" will sport his way through college . . . making keeps her in cash . . . reading is her relaxation . . . Ir. Coach Ruzicka makes a hit . . . he can share his pork chops S9YViC9, G-A-An any time . . . likes corn on the cob . . . Lettermen's Club. Arletla Ianke . . . has urge to break piggy-bank for pennies to buy spaghetti and meatballs . . . Wrigley Field bleachers see her HGFYY l0hHS0ll - - - SCIYS hO1T1GWOfk il'1l9YfeFGS with his bflsebflll often . . . likes to associate with humorous boys . . . Mr, Siegel cmd swimming program - - - "Swede" has fun Collecting Odds cmd is preferred . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. i ends . . . Pop Pleil helps him . . . Hall Guard, Lunch Room Police. Louise Iohnson . . . "Lou's" clark rugged ideal will be fed scien- Shirley Ioyce . . . piano playing "Shirl" has her mind on mar- titically by this future nutritionist . . . pizza will be recommended riage, after a few years ot slaving in an office . . . thinks an in- . . . thinks clumsy dancers should stay home . . . Student Council, telligent red head might be a good lite partner . . . Camera. Latin' Spanish' G'A'A' Richard Iulin . . . iust give "Dick" enough cash and he'll break Roy Johnson . . . model airplanes keep Roy up in the air . . . the record in record buying . . . likes the "profs" who are liberal girls who smoke and hot-headed guys exhaust him . . . blondes with their "S's" . . . architecture is his field . . . Swim, Marshals, or brunettes could bring him down to earth. Lettermen, French. Herbert Iones . . . see "Herb" tor latest comic books . . . get his Arlene Kallin . . . 1950 spells happiness to "Arnie" and some tall recipe for candied sweet potatoes . . . hire him for your next blond . . . thinks Miss O'Connor is a good mixer . . . catty girls print job . . .enjoy ball games with him . . . omit braggers , . . get the "meow" . . . sincere girls are admired . . . Hall Guard, Basketball, Track, Letterman. Riding. G.A.A. 167 PICTUBED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Ianet Malkiewicz . . . people interest "Ian," the news fan . . . "busy" is her middle name . . . News Editor of Star, As We Like lt, Press, Office Service, lr. Service, Dramatics, Pan American, G.A.A. Robert Mullin . . . flat tires take the air out of Bob's life . . . swimming is the current of his thoughts . . . thinks homework is an unnecessary evil . . . likes the pretty miss . . . Boys' Choir. Roy Malmgren . . .he "Buzzes" around the ice cream stands looking for friendly people and avoiding pests . . . driving will bring him trucks of money, he hopes . . . is not club-minded. Rose Marino . . . would swim a mile for fried chicken . . . likes to bike ride and football games accompanied by talkative com- panions . . , sister is her ideal . . . lr. Service, Dardanelles, Fixit, Office Service, G.A.A., Cleanup. Walter Marxer . . . gum crackers interfere with "Wally's" golf game . . . some day he'll be recognized as champion golfer . . . quiet girls who will caddy for him can share his chop suey . . . Hall Guard. Walter Marzec . . . Dr. Marzec asserts smoking is harmful to women . . . he prescribes pizza as a substitute . . . hopes a sociable blonde crosses his path . . . recommends basketball for keeping fit. Christ Manos . . .crunching potato-chips at movies gets on "Wheeler's" nerves . . . anxious to go to college . . . thinks Miss Sechler is tops . . . pins his ideals on blondes about 5'6" . . . French Club. Barbara Marazzo . . . "Bobby" would like to sock gum crackers . . . likes vacationing in Michigan, but misses her pizza . . . Mr. Weaver is her favorite . . . mom and dad are her ideals . . . Rid- ing, Poster, G.A.A. Elizabeth Marcelletti . . . pizza-eating "Liz" admits her record collection is tops . . . her admiration goes to Lou . . . her dreams are woven around college . . . Council, Orchestra, Office Service, Mixed Choir, Ceramics, Ring Committee, G.A.A, Carolyn Marzen . . . sympathetic boys will get the fruits of her knitting . . . this future author will extol the honest folk and de- plore painted dolls . . . Pan American, Choirs, Star, Spanish, GJ-LA. Iames Mascarella . . . "lim" worships the athletic heroes, but definitely scorns the feminine smoke stacks . . . this future lawyer will open his office in Sayre Park where he'll serve ravioli to his clients . . . Riding. John Mascarella . . . gridiron performance keeps this lad step- ping . . . has no time for sleepy-heads . . . knocks oft a game oi pinochle between halves . . . doesn't approve of women smok- ing . . . Football. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Ralph Krupu . . . this Iazz baby seeks his fun in pitching horse shoes when he isn't sleeping . . . has college notions . . . small cute blondes may reach his heart . . . Dancing, Sport Fans. Donald Kruse . . .fry the "chick" and bring on the spaghetti while "Don" squeezes out dancing melodies for his brown-eyed sweetie . . . put up the "no smoking" sign . . . invite Miss Lyon. Don Kuester . . . Europe fascination for this lover of pizza . . . quiet fishing trips and good hunting jaunts give him pools of fun . . . outdoor life makes him rugged . . . abhors long dresses . . . Track, Football. Caroline Lagerholm . . . if he's tall, dark and handsome, he might be invited to call for a fried chicken dinner, provided he brings Miss Bujewski and forgets his cigarettes . . . Camera, Etiquette, G.A.A. Audie Lambert . . . "lack" will carve Miss Kilburn's name in wood . . . will not be satisfied until he has seen the world . . hopes to get his fill of chicken-ala-king some day. A Ronald Larkin . . . "Ron" would like to make money by magic . . . he lives to eat . . . his girl friend must be tall, friendly and slender, but not a smoker . . . Choir, Chess, Science, Council. William Leroy . . . "Willie's" art studio will feature the athletic boy and grim, quiet girl . . . braggarts and back seat drivers will not be admitted . . . Mr. Ruzicka will be the barker . . . Red Cross. Robert Litawa . . . "Bob" likes girls but not conceit . . . goes in for sports and music . . . music career is O.K. with him . . . Music Appreciation, Choir, Current Books, Hall Guard, Chess, Latin, R.O.T.C. Rose Lockwood . . . wall flower boys give "Ro" a pain in the neck . . . she'll be a stewardess by choice . . .Adv. Swim, Ital- ian, Office Service, Hall Guard, Student Council, Lettergirls, G.A.A. Duane Lowe . . . this future farmer believes in the law of aver- age . . .isn't looking for anything spectacular in his selection of a girl . . . he really enjoys football and baseball. Ieanne Ludman . . . "Ieannie" likes bouncing with "Trixie" . . . Mrs. Boughton can look at her drawings . . . when she's .a "vet" she'l1 help horses . . .intruding kid brother pesters her . . . likes to write letters . . . Riding, Talent, N.H.S. Norma Lueth ,. . . noisy people are a strain on this top-notch secretary . . . is happy with her friends . . . has a mania for clothes . . . Office Service, Ir. Service, Choir, Hall Guard, Council, G.A.A. Iames Mackintosh . . . there's a pack of music tied up in "Mack" . . . some great band will claim him . . . Leader of Campus Crew, Fine Arts, Band, Orchestra. Stein Verein, Boys' Cooking, Class Pres. . Patricia Maday . . . will smoothen your wrinkles and "Pat" your face in her beauty parlor in years to come . . . interested only in true friends . . . not keen about outspoken people . . . G.A.A. Im-nes Mcrffia . "Maf's" eye is fixed on an early retirement age . . . he's busy trying to figure how to make it without too much work . . . is thinking of selling pizza . . . Football, Track. Reta Kuhlmann . . . "Re's" oil painting hobby nets her happy pastimes . . Miss Thorsson is her favorite . . . mustard drenched sandwiches are tops . . . detests coyness . . . anxious to be a nurse . . . Pan American, Etiquette, College, G.A.A. Eugene Kukla . . . noisy soup slirpers jar "Cookie's" nerves when he's .eating his fill of French fries . . . knows loafing isn't profit- able, but it's mighty pleasant pastime. Marylou Kulczyl: . . . "Lou's" itching feet make her want to travel with friend Elaine .- . . will leave behind pokey, untidy people . . . aims to sketch as she goes . . . Polish, 'Dancing,lLibrary, G.A.A. Eugenia Lasiewicz . . . "lean" piles classical records . . . saves by sewing her own clothes . . . there's no chili like mother's . . . Mr. Bradley recommends college . . . deplores the fickle fellows . . . Pre Medios, Dardanelles, Choir, College Prep, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Richard Lauer . . . hayseed "Rickey" wishes chili at every meal thinks short girls make good wives for farmers . . . would hire Mr. Lakin as chore man . . . hasn't faith in women drivers . . . Choir. Louise Lawler . . . girl street smokers and tardy people make "Lizzy" dizzy . . . Mr. Ruzicka and Bill share her admiration . . . is interested in becoming a competent housewife . . . Hall Guard, Seasonal Sports, G,A.A. Gerald Lorman . . . "Gerry" spends his extra time working . . . anxious to own a trucking firm . . . will haul no girls who are off the Water wagon . . . dancing relaxes him . . . admires Mr. Ramsey. Iohn Losacco . . . this future lawyer would indict talkative girls, but will delay the sentence if they are attractive and photograph well . . . will pick Mrs. Taglia for the jury . . . Italian Club. Dolores Losasso . . . "Pug" enjoys chicken after roller skating date . . . likes to dance with boys that have brains . . . would remove the welcome mat when conceited people arrive . . . Pol- ish. Gaspar Lupe . . . "Gas" will let off steam by reading . . . he'd span the ocean for steaks and french fries . . . upturned noses won't get a second look . . . wants to succeed . . . Choir, Foot- ball. Walter Lutz . . . likes quiet girls that do not disturb the fish when he's out with his line . . . the constant excuse-givers-are foul balls . . . "Wally" has C.P.A. ambitions . . . Guard, Basketball. Darlene Mac Donald . . . California bound "Mac" offers to fur- nish the hamburgers if "Char" and "Carol" will go . . .design- ing special plaid sport clothes for a certain dark boy friend is her hobby . . . Poster, G.A.A. Thomas Mahoney . . . "Mot" sits on front porch peeling his eyes for business on dilapidated cars . . . saxris his pal . . . Mrs. Young is his guide . . . roughing it in North woods is his des- tination. ' Ioan Maieski . . . mom's dumplings are prize winners . . . ask to see her souvenir collection . . . hopes to enter college . . . de- plores bobby socks at dances . . . Pan American, Office Service. Pre Medics, Choir, Ceramics, G.A.A. Louise Malisani . . . success in life is "Mulley's" desire . . . swimming and dancing are sidelines . . , sleeping is pleasant pastimet . . Mr. Ruzicka' has her regard . . . Rollerskating, Rid- ing, Dance, Pan American, Know Chicago, G.A.A. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Irven Merner . . . this future woodcarver has ability in piano performance too . . . he's not club minded but does like to dance and dream about owning a big business. Clarence Meyer . . . homework is the thorn in "Clar's" side . . . would rather work on cars or eat steak . . . personality girls make a hit . . . reading furnishes fun . . . hopes to be an automotive engineer. Therese Michalak . . . "Terry" admits she likes role of house- wife . . . will take cooking lessons from mom . . . a certain some one is her ray of sunshine . . . thinks too much make-up is coarse . . . Dance. G.A.A.' Earl Moeller! . . . dad's car doesn't want for a shine when "Whi- tey" is around . . . orphans of the storm receive attention . . . cute little blue-eyed gals get the eye . . . will save for a con- vertible. ' Inge Moeller . . . Inge will be afloat in happiness in the sea of matrimony . . .this mermaid even likes watermelons . . . her pug nose beau will be her chief guest . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. A Mary Moens . . . "Mar" hoards old fashioned gas lamps . . . hopes "Gordy" likes them . . . three minute showers after gym is her peeve . . . picks Mr. Ruzicka . . . French, Pep, Sports, Choir, Civic Ticket Representative. Iames Mueller . . . suggests that bubble-gum users take to eating potato pancakes . . . his dream girl must be intelligent . . . Adv. Camera, Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Latin, Fixit, College Prepara- tory, Concert Band, N.H.S. Iune Neidhardi . . . money matters worry Iune . . . will share her million with Lola . . . Mr. Ruzicka will be her accountant . . . a pipe smoking male could be her steady . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. . Nancy Neilsen . . . "Butch" won't even share a certain Tom with Ioanne . . . Ma Farr can supervise letters for Milwaukee Road . . . air corps men's treat will be hamburgers . . . Latin, Tall Teens, Golf, Choir, G.A.A. Dolores Newlon . . . "Lorry" relishes P.I. parties with "Charm Chicks" , . .Lois and Lynn share her record collection . .' . Miss Selinger can taste dad's turkey dinner . . . As We Like It, Camera, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. Elsie Nledermeyer . . . "Al's" post card collecting habit keeps her alert and informed . . . volleyball creates an appetite for chop suey . . . would like to look into secrets of science . . . French, G.A.A. ' Fred Noack . . . spuds make a hit with "Bud" . . . he's on deck when fifty two cards are dealt . . . would prefer charges against women smokers when he hangs his lawyer's shingle . . . Stamps, Sport Fans. Rosemarie Nygren . . . "Ny's" parents are well nigh to perfect in her eyes . . . Elsie and Ican are her best pals . . . will stick to the stamp hobby . . . Latin, Scandinavian, Choir, Alchemstein, Minutemen, G.A.A. William Odean . . . "Willy" the music maestro is a straight shooter when he says he likes accounting for a certain grey-green eyed lassie with light brown hair . . .Rifle, Color guard, Cham- ber Music, Choir, R.O.T.C. Marilyn Off . . . she strikes out braggers and conceited fellows . . . she'll take letters for a tall curly haired boy . . . hamburgers and French fries are a favorite snack . . . Bowling, Know Chi- cago, G.A.A. Ralph Miller . . . sees all and says nothing . . . sleeps well. dreams little . . . saves stamps . . . spends energy on sports . . . admires blondes, scorns the girl smoker . . . likes clubs but does not disclose his membership . . . N.H.S. Robert Miller . . . "Rocco" appreciates the cheer from a certain some one when he scores that point . . . Mr. Schutter will get a season pass when Bob is coach . . . all food makes him fit . . . Football captain, Track. Dolores Mittricker . . . slow dreamy music and sport clothes are "Dee's" weakness . . . in heaven when dancing . . . enjoys pizza- eating with the gang . . . likes friendly people . . . Riding, Sketch, Band, Librarian, Life Guard. Patricia Morrison . . .fashion world furnishes her a field for meeting important people . . . city sticker is her choice . . . Pan American, Council, Fashion, Star, lr. Service, Chairman of Ir. Prom, As We Like lt, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Marcella Motykiewicz . . . "Marcy's" dancing feet are headed toward a good office job . . . sentimental music touches the spot . . . humorous people are welcome any time . . .Latin, Choir, Dardanelles, Pre Medics, Fashions, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Bettielou Mueller . . . brother and mother are Betty's pals . . . sojcurns at her country home dabbling in landscape paintings . . ,aims to be a social worker . . . Pan American, College Pre- paratory, Etiquette, G.A.A. David Neitzel . . . "Dave" paves the way for his gas model planes . . . saxophone performance is his specialty . . .is headed for a band of his own . . . the new look gets no look from him. Daniel Nelson . . . "Nels" dwells on airplane models . . . plana on a drafty future . . . will take time out for a round of golf . . . thinks a quiet punctual girl will be a good helpmate. Shirlee Neubauer . . . "Chinky's" sensitive nerves can't stand pop corn munchers and gum crackers . . . proclaims nursing as her vocation . . . this lover of sleep sees foreign stamps in her dreams . . . Latin, Riding, G.A.A. Glen Noehre . . . "Red" wants to be a gym teacher . . . he even swims in his sleep . . . corny jokes are next to zero for him . . . shakes keep him in perfect condition . . . Cross Country. Earl Norling . . . camera! lights! remove half that make-up! are this home-movie director's commands . . . would like to snap Mrs. Fausel . . . Alchemstein, College Prep., Swim, Sigma Quad, Fixit, Camera, Band, Concert Orch., N.H.S. . . Rita Nowak . . . after traveling, Rita will settle down with tall blond type . . . will serve him Spanish rice and cocoanut cus- tard pie . . . Mrs. Fausel will serve as baby-sitter . . . Sr. Girls' Choir, G.A.A. Leis Ohlander . . . "Lo" will earn the dough with her music . . . she's a smooth bowler . . . iolly boys are her pick . . .Girls' Choir, Mixed Choir, French, Scandinavian, G.A.A. Board, Minute Men, G.A.A. Ioseph Oliveto . . . "Ice" knows smoking isn't good for girls . . . he appreciates mom's good spaghetti . . .he eyes a certain corner . . . admires Mrs. Taglia and quiet girls . . . Italian, Math. Baseball, N.H.S. , Edmund Olsen . . . making plans for new buildings would please "Whitey" . . . he's developing Well along a photography line . . . swimming is his sideline . . .dislikes homework . . .Radio Mechanics, Coast Guard, Swim. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Robert Massole . . . "Red," the electrician, gets a charge out of refined and witty girls . . . girls who smoke impress him as short circuits . . . Pop Pfeil is a battery of fun. Marilyn Matthews . . . "Mare" will take dictation from clean-cut mannerly boss . . . Miss Ss-linger will help pick out her business wardrobe . . . vain people won't share her hot biscuits and fried chicken . . . G.A.A. Cecilia Matusiak . . . mom and dad are "Ceil's" models . . . believes being too frank can become a fault . . . she's an advo- cate of rest and sleep , , . the radio world calls her . . .Magazine, Polish, G.A.A. Patricia McDonnell . . . history teaching attracts "Irish", arguing is pleasant pastime . . . grouchy bus drivers deserve to be re- ported . . . a certain tall blond has her heart . . . Mr. Ruzicka is tops . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. Charles McGee . . . "Cowboy" confesses he's a victim of sleep- ing sickness . . . admits he caters to his stomach . . . girls bother him . . . has a soft spot in his heart for Miss Iacobek . . . Clean- up, Sports. , Iohn McHugh . . ."Leity's" stamps are his trump cards . . . well dressed girls who can lead him to good pizzarias are his choice . . . conceited girl will not share in his business success. Claire Matz . . . Miss Kilburn won't go threadbare as long as this dressmaker can thread a needle . . . conceited boys can go with their rips . . . chicken hits the spot . . . traveling is cr must . . . Etiquette, G.A.A. Helen Mayer . . . "l-lez" wouldn't mind being an opera star . . . French fries and chicken will keep her in voice . . . smoking gals get the air . . . Talent, Fashion, Student Council, G.A.A. Don Mazukeili . . . this future concert pianist and composer hears harmony even in cries of his pet animals . . . intelligent witty girls are sharp . . . conceited ones fall flat . . . Fine Arts, Band, Orchestra, N.H.S. Beatrix Meudowcrcft . . . social minded "Trix" will touchs with Mr. Bradley anytime . . . friendly, athletic boys make telephone bills rise . . . passing time with her buddy Ieannie rates . . . Latin, G.A.A. Board, Star, N.H.S. I Ronald Melgaxrd . . . "Mel" is swell on the diamond . . .bags conceited people . . . steaks make a hit . . . pretty girls get a walk . . . Hall Guard, Scandinavian, Basketball, Baseball, Let- termen. Mary Mercurio . . . "Shorty" hopes to swim to success in the singing world . . . Miss Farr will share her success . . .un- sociable people will not attend her debut . . . Choir, Office Ser- vice, Guard, G.A.A. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Robert Reqner . '. . prefers "Bob" . . .despise-s "Bobby" , . . busies himself collecting coins . . . sees a good future in commercial pho- tography . prefers the quiet girl friend who can fry chicken to his taste. Dorothy Rembecki . . . "Becky," the latest dress designer, fattens up on ma's apple pie . . . says Miss Lyons is tops . . . admits she's long on dancing . . . thinks long skirts are nuisances. . . Sketch, G.A.A. Eileen Remke . . . this diary addict dotes on ma's cooking . . . to be a dutiful mother and cz tasty cook are her ambitions . . . has no time for "behind-timers" . . . Council, Swim, Star, Fash- ion, G.A.A. Robert Ristau . . . "Bob" keeps himself busy looking for some- thing to do . . . he's all "peaches" when it comes to pies . . . would banish painted faces . . . hopes to discover secret of mak- ing money . . . Swim. Delores Ritis . . . conversing with the "Ads," and dreaming of campus days with travel in the remote' tuture consumes "Dee's" time . . . Miss Polka cuts a figure . . .Alchemstein, Student Council, Pan American, Library, G.A.A. Herbert Rix . . . "Angelic," tuture door to door salesman, will try to sell you on football . . . needs no high pressuring where Miss Farr and good looking girls are concerned . . . Football. 172 Audrey Remus . . . ma's southern fried chicken makes cz hit with "Aud" . . . dancing and driving dad's car are her relaxations . J . clon't "shorty" her . . . Student Council, Etiquette, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Evelyn Rhino . . . "Evie's" honeymoon will be in the west with her sharp dancing partner . . . Green Curtain, Mixed Choir, Stu- dent Council, French, Ir. Girls' Choir, Etiquette, Life Guard, Li- brary, Knitting, G.A.A., N.H.S. Iourma Rispante . . . "lo" believes gabby women make poor housewives . . . her special dish is bananas and dates with a certain some one . . . is happy driving Mrs. Taglia in dad's car . . . Italian, Talent, G.A.A. ' Vito Rizzo . . . anxious to own a business . . . admires Mrs. Bren- nock . . . he'll be a star on the diamond.. . . basketball is his pet sport . . . Swing. Dolores Robaidek . . . "Kitty's" fancy salads are a work out . . . she's the last word in elite lawn parties . . . will become expert gas-giver in dentist's office . . . high heel anklet combinations are out . . . G.A.A. Gloria Roberts . . . "Dolly" enjoys raising her springer spaniel . . . a good conversationalist rates high . . . the strong brown haired boys get places on her calendar . . . Silver Streak Repre- sentative, Know Chicago. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Iohn Olsen . . . successful "Red" would enjoy playing accordion for a cute brown-eyed girl . . . crabby people get the air . . . Pop Pfeil can turn the pages and fry the hamburgers. Louis Olsen . . . "Lou's" legal entanglements will interfere with his sleeping hobby . . . would like to take bragging humans for a ride . . . Coast Guard, Lunch Room Police, Hall Guard. Patricia Olsen . . . western sunshine beckons "Nielsen" who'd rather sleep than work . . . would like to dance into a good sec- retary's job . . . Office Service, Ir. Service, Tall Teens, Scandin- avian, Library, G.A.A. Robert Parisoli . . . strange boy that "Bob" is, when he picks working for pastime . . . good-humored people like Miss Kilgour are to his liking . . . engineer's life sounds good to him, but not homework. Mae Parsons . . .will skate "Couples" with tall, athletic type . . . Miss Lyons can open up credit in her bank anytime . . . blow-hards get no pizza from her . . . Roller Skating Club, G.A.A. George Patterson . . the "new look" turns "Sonny's" head the other way . . . thinks Miss Roy is a honey . . . when he isn't pushing the pill, he's sleeping or eating . . . he's out for pro-golf. Marie Pesce . . . "Shorty's" thrill lies in dancing to suave music . . . soft voiced people attract her . . . her records and pictures are worth a look . . .is busy lengthening skirts . . . Italian, G.A.A. lane Pfaflendorl . . . "Pfaffie" goes in for deep stuff when water is around . . . friendly people, like Mr. Ruzicka, get the glad hand . . . morn is her ideal . . . Swim, Ir. Choir, Star, Edelweiss Verein, G.A.A. Henry Piccinini . . . "I-lank's" hobby is resting and eating . . . likes teachers who do not burden him with homework . . . pork shops and mashed potatoes are good enough for him . . . Student Council. Donald Platt . . . "Farmers" noodle is full of boats . . . he hopes to anchor Mr. Beck as his sales manager . . . he'll lure him with his mom's noodles and chickens . . . baseball and football inter- est him. Dennis Potempa . . . "Zeke," the P.l-l.D., is happy thumbing over old magazines . . . girls who drink should be dissolved into chem- istry tube . . . will be glad to distribute mom's candied sweet po- tato recipe . . . Choir. Marge Pratt . . . hospitable "Irish" likes giving parties with home made 'pie as her best serving . . . yearns to own a car . . . Mr. Weaver will get the first ride . . . Poster, Riding, Puppet, Red Cross, Latin. Dorothy Radewaqen . . .keeping a scrapbook of her global flights will keep "Dot" occupied- . . . understanding, considerate males and Miss Pacelli stand at the zenith of her admiration . . . partial people are scorned. Marie Raqo . . . "Reg" could dance forever if she got enough ltal- ian sausage to sustain her . . . air notions point to a stewardess job . . .Mr. Beck will get a ride . . . Italian, College, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iulia Baia . . . ask to see "Iulie's" scrapbook of handsome men . . . you can't halt her when it comes to horses . . . would like to ride to South America . . . Pre Medios, Riding, Spanish, G.A.A. Rosalie Olszewski . . . a certain L. G. shares "Rose's" swim, cooking and walks . . . her door will be closed to penny pinchers . . . French fries and mom rate high . . . Hall Guard, Polish, G.A.A. ' Marlene Paqliui . . .-"Lenny's" pennies go for gum and olives . . .Riverview rink is her rendezvous . . . nursing vocation might lead her to a doctor . . . late comers are sent home . . . French, G.A.A. ' Frank Palella . . . he'll be more than willing to give Miss Farr half of his fried chicken . . . enjoys seeing quiet type of girl at diamond . . . girls who smoke can't share his pastime of loafing. Keith Paul . . . "Icabod," the grease monkey, would like the smart intelligent male as attendant . . . Mr. Pfeil can wash cars . . . midget racing will provide thrills . . . peanut butter will provide strength . . . ignores cottage cheese. Roy Paulsen . . . "Bunts" on the hunt for nice looking girls who know how to dress for the occasion '. . . throws discs to the rhythm of the drumbeat . . . Campus Crew, Band, Hall Guard. Sema Permanian . . . did you ever eat one of "Si's" fries . . . sticks to wax music . . . falls for Miss Landrigan . . . Paris calls her . . . Uncle Iohn might send her there . . .Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iustine Picerno . . . friendly people who overlook her height and who specialize in fried shrimps will share her gallery of dogs . . . Miss Farr is her pet . . . Riding, Pre Medics, Latin, Poster, Dramatics, G.A.A. TheodoreVPillsbury . . . "Pillsbury's" best in gardening, special- izing in tomatoes and carrots . . . iarmer's life with a sociable help mate is good enough for "Ted" -. . . bicycling through the fields will be his ekercise. Delores Pinn . . . would like to pin back nasty landlord's ears . . . her piggy bank is bursting with dimes that she earned at Woolworths . . . will treat Miss Rompf and mother to chicken . Fashion, G.A.A. Eleanore Priest . . . "El's" photo album features Mr. Ramsey . . . fried chicken is her favorite food . . . Clinton holds mysterious at- tractions . . . football games make her hoarse . . . Fixit. Silver Streak, Office Service, GJ-LA. George Prisching . . . "Geek" doesn't mind loafing . . . thinks auto-mechanic's job should furnish money enough to buy his pizza . . . puts his O.K. on sharp dressers . . . thumbs down on conceited girls. Henrietta Rachanski . . . devouring chop suey dinners behind stage doors with mom and Ioe is Hank's idea of a happy future . . . leisure hours are spent in reading . . . Polish, Sketch, G.A.A. Ronald Rasmussen . . . devouring pie-ala-mode with a certain Lanore is "Ron's" delight . . . understands "plane" talk so aims to be a pilot . . . "stuck-ups" will get the air . . . R.O.T.C. Rifle Team. William Bay . . . "Bill's" watchword is "sincerity" . . . he would enact blue laws . . . would advise working crossword puzzles for the fickle girls . . . reading is his pastime . . . Pre Medics, N.H.S. Mary Regan . . . "Mebs" hopes her rhymes will bring her dimes to buy poster paints . . . her imagination lures her to haunted houses . . . sailor brother is her ideal . . . Star, Symphonettes, Dardanelles, College, N.H.S. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE William Saunders . . . first-rate manager of Berland Shoe Store is "Sandy's" ambition . . .thinks Mr. Spikings would make a good partner and Mrs. Armitage could model shoes . . . Photogra- phy is his sideline . . . Stage Crew. Rita Schenk . . . "Ree's" needle sews her up in her hobby . . bike riding gets her going . . . Miss Haley is the "pause that refreshes" . . . occupational therapy is her ambition . . . abhors nail polish on youngsters . . . G.A.A. Lillian Schilling . . . likes the barefooted boy and hill-billy music . . . Old Kentucky appeals to her . . . so do Ma Farr and Dr. Bradley . . . fan mail to the South is her pastime . . . lr. Choir. Iohn Schmidt . . . girls who smoke and imbibe, strike lohnny on the negative side . . . would pick Pop Pfeil to referee his prairie ball games . . . duck is his favorite fowl. Robert Schmidt . . . little fixit man calls all cars to come in ifor a check-up . . . locates trouble while pie's in the making . . .he's a designing man . . . gabby girls deserve the air . . .Chess. Robert Scbmuck . . . jam sessions with the Crew never tire "Bob" . . . finds no fault with mom's cookery . . . jeans or sloppy skirts strike a discordant note . . . Campus Crew, Band, Music Appreciation. Robert Schwartz . . . good-natured people like "Pop Pfeil" make a hit with "Bob" . . . bus missing is his special aggravation . . . he's the chief spokesman when a bicycle needs repair . . . likes drafting. ' Lilius Scott , . . clumsy fellows on the dance floor aggravate "Lil" . . . wants to lead a model life . . . partying at pizza feasts suits her to a "T" . . . As We L.ke lt, Star, G.A.A. Board. Charles Sell . . . "Chuck's" ton: orial parlor will be the talk of the town . . . he has many a cl :se shave on his hunting jaunts . . . he's as sharp as a razor or the roller rink . . . Skating. Mary Shea . . . "Irish" has the artist's touch, and Caruso taste for music . . . her steak appetite keeps her broke . . . Ir. Ser- vice, Hall Guard, Latin, Office, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Star, College Preparatory, Choir, Pre Medic, G.A.A., N.H.S. David Shibley . . . "Dave's" interest in music points to a musical future . . . sloppy girls strike a discordant note . . . fishing and hunting are perfect harmony for him . . . Swing and Concert Band, Radio. Dale Shuldes . . . this strong, silent type has the roving bug . . . thinks he could have a whale of a time seeing the world with "The Knaves" . . . Campus Crew, Cross Country, Track. Phyllis Slifka . . . a lass of few words hasn't let anybody in on her hobbies . . . has her eye "peeled" for a tall blond with wavy hair who likes to dance . . . G.A.A. Edward Sloan . . . easy going "Ed" finds great comfort in per- petual relaxation . . .to live where it never grows cold and where the law forbids women to smoke is his ambition. lohn Sloan . . . screaming lassies count zero with lack . . . they scare away the hunt and frighten the fish and keep him from digesting his favorite chocolate cake . . . Fire Marshal. Harry Scbmerler . , . stamp collecting is an art with this lover of Como records . . . his prize dream is to be a radio singer . . . admires boys who do not jump to conclusions quickly. Dean Schmidt . . . music in any form at any time is Dean's staff of life . . . his life partner must appreciate music . . . Band. Music Appreciation, Quartets, Latin, Choir, As We Like lt, Council. Elaine Schmidt . . . picks the "seamy" side of life to make a liv- ing . . . hopes to sew her way to a shop of her own . . . late people get no fittings . . . Fashion, Council, Choir, G.A.A. Gary Scholz . . . the'goal post of this lad's ambition is a cer- tain some one who can make dumpling soup better than mom . . . she had better not crack her gum . . . Football. Choir. Arthur Schroeder . . . "Art" admits he's a good eater and a bet- ter sleeper . . . he's thinking about a medical career but con- fesses he's against homework . . . likes the feminine type . . . Football, Latin. Bonnie Schuham . . . is reticent about her masculine likes . . . definitely holds great admiration for parents . . . ice skating and viewing hockey games are tops . . . headed for college . . . Col- lege Preparatory, Dardanelles, G.A.A. Board, N.H.S., Silver Streak. Robert Selleg . . . "Bob's" lego profession willhelp him enact laws against back seat drivers . . . sports hold his interest and mom's roast beef is gravy for lim . . . Mr. Ruzicka is tops . . . Stein Verein. Walter Sergot . . . "Porky" likes pineapple but is disgusted with flighty girls . . . his pinochle is good, but his dancing is better . . . might be a net star some day . . . Dancing, Tennis. Esther Shabez . . . "Chickie" is a Sinatra fan . . . wouldn't mind being a cook for a certain someone . . . tardy people are dis- gusting . . . admires Miss Farr . . .Pan American, Know Chi- cago, Cleanup, Seasonal Sports, G.A.A. Casmir Siers . . . "Gas" will write to the small blonde when he's out to sea . . . Miss Kilgour will see him on shore leaves . . . smoking "ferns" can't eat pizza with this salt. Rose Sixnonian . . . "Roe," the candid camera fiend, delights in Western travel with mom as her chef . . . enjoys baseball, when not surrounded by girl smokers . . . Camera, Riding, Pre Medics, G.A.A. Betty Lou Skinder . . . "Skinny," the mystery writer, thrives on steak . . . homework is one gory detail that will not appear in her best seller . . . Miss Landrigan will get first copy . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Marion Smith . . . "Smitty's" stamp collection keeps him busy . . . theater managing is his ambition . . . urges every one to jcin clubs . . . likes Miss Polka . . . Guard, Council, Mixed Choir, fPres.l, Sigma Quad, Travel, Polish fPres.l, N.H.S. Ronald Smoy . . . "Ron" likes the 5Vz foot girl friend cheering for him . . . rumor spreaders will be left outside the gate . . . Miss Farr can share mom's cooking any time . . . Baseball, Mar- shal. Eugene Smuda . . . "Gene" likes the Spanish lingo . . . hopes to land a ich . . . likes to eat better than study . . . likes the mili- tary life . . . hasn't time for girls yet . . . Ft.O.T.C. T-1 PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Richard Todaro . . . ma's "food for the gods" will inspire "Can- nibal" to star on Broadway with Cleopatra as his leading lady . . . Green Curtain, Voice, Marshal, Star, Mixed Choir, Latin, Fine Arts, Red Cross. Ellen Tolderlund . . . "Ellie," the nurse, will cheer her patients with her warbling . . . thinks unenthusiastic people are pills . . . "Gill" is her thrill . . . Channel Lake keeps her in the Swim . . . Choir, Spanish, Riding, G.A.A. Everett Tranter . . . this future inventor has a phobia for col- lecting firearms . . . if your old car needs remodeling, see "Ev" . . . for an apple pie he'l1 fix it, if you're an honest soul. Esther Triunfol . . . wedding bells click with "Es" who promises to provide sirloin steaks to the lucky man . , . Ceramics, Star, Italian, Pan American, Know Chicago, As We Like It, Tennis. G.A.A. Edward Tullin . . . "Ted's" Well fed on date and nut cake . . . his future will be a battle with figures . . . Mr. Downey will cer- tify to that . . . Marshal, Sigma Quad, College Prep, Pan Amerie can, N.H.S. Doris Turner . . . saving memoirs of her travels is "Dor's" hobby . . . "Red," "Dee" and French fries are her delights . . . bored with "prissy" girls . . . music is her calling . . . Choir, French, Council, Green Curtain, G.A.A. Shirley Travers . . . "Shirl" believes her chemistry will help her become a scientific cook . . . Ioan and she enjoy mom's lemon pies . . . tall athletic blonds set her heart a-throbbing . . .G.A.A. Alice Tresselt , . . insincere people fall flat with this future opera star . . . chocolate sodas are in perfect harmony . . . thinks Mr. Bradley is sharp . . . Latin, Red Cross, Choir, Talent, Golf, Fixit. G.A.A. Robert Trestrail . . ."Bob," the shutter bug, clamps down on fem- inine smokers . . loves to dance with the sweet type. . . likes the sound of Clara . . . plans a future in California . . . Camera, Car- toon, Latin. Gertrude Urban . . . "Trudy" is a snappy gal and her collec- tion of photographs proves it . . . disapproves of smoking women . . . admires the athletic type . . .-Darclanelles, Pre Medios, Rid- ing, Camera, G.A.A. Irmqard Van DerVliet . . . "Irmie" will splurge on ice cream . . . only secret pals will share boat trips . . . bad manners will be left on shore . . . hamburgers fill the bill . . . Student Council, German, G.A..A. Wilma VanTuyl . . . music loving "Milly" keeps waffle iron busy . . . science is her specialty . . . thinks loyalty is test of friend- ship . . . Treasurer of RO. Band, Symphony, Concert Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild, Chamber Music, Science, N.H.S. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Robert Snell . . . "Bob" does swell on the fishing line . . . but not so well on crowded cars . . . hopes to fulfill his engineer- ing ambition . . . goes for stylish clothes . . . Picked Platoon, Golf. Shirley Sobczak . . . "Shirl's" a honey when it comes to bunny drawings . . . doesn't mind a whirl at gcssiping . . . hopes it's the right "guy" when Cupid's arrow hits her . . . likes Miss Sel- inger . . . G.A.A. Bernice Sohieszck . . ."Bee" would like to sting the "gabby type" . . . has a hive eating pizza . . . "mom" is her honey . . . travel bug is buzzing around her . . . Choir, Guard, Office Service, G.A.A. Henry Stachura . . . short blondes and brunettes can bounce with Hank . . .he'll snore his way around the world . . . hopes Coast Guard will serve his favorite dish, pork and beans . . . Coast Guard. Marilyn Stader . . . "lunior's" chest is full of hope . . . will keep a deep freeze stocked with beef for Bob . . . aims to organize a woman's chat club to discuss the long skirt subject. Ray Staniszewski . . . no gutter balls for this rare beef consumer . . . would like to be a press photographer . . . Miss O'Connor will be his publicity agent . . . baesball workouts take off the pounds. Mary Stevenson . . . "Steves" peeve is people who can't take a joke . . . nurse's uniform will become her . . . cuts a figure on the ice . . . chocolate cakes are her delight . . . Etiquette. Choir, Nature, G.A.A. Elsie Stieb . . . gum crackers may never expect to meet brother Fred . . . Mrs. Fausel will sample ma's breaded chicken . . . nursing is her vocation . . .Dardanelles, Girls' Choir. Mixed Choir, Hall Guard, Latin, Voice, G.A.A. Wayne Straessle . . . "Pe-t's" heart is in Austin, but his body is at Steinmetz . . . likes easy going people . . . conceited smok- ers of the weaker sex should blow-up . . . photo-engraving is his ambition . . . German. Rita Szcepanik . . . "Blackee's" secret ambition is to cook like mom and to travel extensively . . . fussy girls disturb her . . . thinks conceit is a capital sin . . . Hall Guard, Tall Teens, G.A.A. Paul Szymczyl: . . . this model boy takes the prize in turkey soup sipping . . . his flying ambition wings him off toward a career in engineering and designing . . . would like to throttle con- ceited gals. . Mary Tabraham . . . says crowded buses squeeze the shrimp . . . prefers gentleman type to rough and ready . . . will enjoy the role of a housewife . . . will play her records while waiting for hubby. Aileen Teich . . . dignified stately "Ai" sighs to be a model . . . loud, giddy girls are offensive . . . selects tall dark handsome dancing partners . . . at home on back of a horse beside sin- cere pals. Esther Tews . . . snap goes the gum, crack goes Esther's nerves . . . latest tunes calm her again . . . would like to try her hand at housewife's job L . . would treat Miss Dierks to French fries . . . G.A.A. Iacqueline Theisen . . . wise cracking boys make no hit with "Iackie" . . . needs no sedatives to put her to sleep . . . rugged boys please this soda-ierker Portia , . . Dardanelles, Green Cur- tain, Fixit, Office Service, G.A.A. Arlene Soderholm . . . will cure all ills when she hangs her M.D. sign . . . "Shorty" has difficulty balancing her budget . . . keeps busy unraveling the mystery in mystery stories . . . seeks Mr. Weaver's help . . . Pep, G.A.A. Shirlee Spielrnan . . . future dress designer has her needle point- ing to stardom on the radio . . .Council, Pan American, Dar- danelles, Ir. Service, Green Curtain, Office Service, College Pre- paratory, Radio Performance, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Shirley Spousta . . . false people will be classed as poor clients when "Shirl" goes into business . . . picks Mr, Bradley as sales manager . . . "Kelle's" her pal . . . Fixit, Pan American, Office Service, G.A.A. Constance Stankiewicz . . . loves ma's cup cakes . . . could write a book about her doughnuts . . . "Connie" is a close follower of Cub games . . . bicycling and swimming make her fit for her secretary job . . . G.A.A. Nanette Stavoe . . . spaghetti-loving "Nan" puts conceit on the pan . . . thinks friendly cute girls make good swimming part- ners . . . hopes to keep house . . . Dardanelles, Latin, Office Service, Alchemstein, Swim, College Preparatory, G.A.A., N.H.S. Gloria Stellmach . . . music, dancing, chicken and French fries. ability to cook like ma are Gloria's wants . . . pop-corn munchers when at movies and loud people annoy this peaceful miss . . . G.A.A., Talent. . Esther Streder . . . "E" hopes her bubble blowing days will never end . . . she'll take to the hospital as an efficient nurse . . . riches attract her . . . Choir, Music Appreciation, As We Like It, Symphony, G.A.A. Virginia Struqala . . . "Ginny" will travel "time after time" with a certain B.l'l .... blond buddy will be welcomed . . . snobbish set won't share her chocolate cake . . . Dramatics, Fixit, Mixed Choir, Etiquette. G.A.A. Daniel Synwolt . . . "Dan" wishes to play the "ivories" like his records do . . . his love set will include a blonde . . . girls who wear long skirts can't be comfortable in his home. Iames Tamburino . . .at "Iim's" summer resort, turkey and spaghetti will be the main menu . . . only feminine type girls will be waitresses . . . Mr. Frelich might be cashier . . . his corner days will soon be over. Donald Tansor . . . is an authority on pennants . . . will attract the huntsman to his northern resort . . . athletic features will be the drawing card . . . Miss Roy will be hostess . . . French Club. Marion Tavitian . . . tall dark athletic "fella" can read "Mar's" newspapers . . . Mr. Ruzicka can help her to become Physical Education teacher . . . Advanced Swim, Star Staff, Latin, Choir, Lettergirls, G.A.A. Alfred Thiede . . . "Al" won't fix a car for any girl that smokes . . . ma's fried chicken tops . . . he likes relaxing with a good looker . . . blonde haired girls turn his head. Iohn Thoss . . . "Willy" claims butterscotch malts "tops" after roller skating with his girl friend . . . Miss Kilburn and Mrs. Fausel appeal . . . prefers touring the South American countries . . . dislikes silly people. Ronald Tiritilli . . . this future business tycoon, enjoys a little baseball on the side . . . would like to have his personality girl and a good-looker root for him . . . Italian, Marshal, Basketball, Riding. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE William Whittacker . . . "Bill" has the "Iune" bug . . . has vis- ions of a future with' scads of money . . . will spend it on sports., steaks and pies . . . Miss Kilburn will share his good luck. Iames Wielqus . . . "Iim's" garden is trim . . . Hungarian gou- lash is the flower of all foods . . . braggers are like pesty weeds . . . his love for music is blossoming . . . American beauties are easy on the eye . . . Choir. Henry Wienecke . . . will pass up the nicotine lass . . . he picks hockey sticks as his hobby . . . the quiet girl will share his Spike Iones' records . . .likewise Mr. Feldman . . . Con- cert Band, RO. Band. Norbert Wilkozek . . . "los" can picture himself as a journa- list . . . a miss about 5'6" will rate headline . . .stuck up people will get back page . . . Pop Pfeil can work as a "cub," Robert Williams . . . "Bob" would like to take shears to long skirts . . . aeroplane ideas keep his hopes high . . . appre- ciates Miss Farr's encouragement . . .has a mouth ior steaks and arm for bowling . . . Mechanics. Robert R. Williams . . . "hot dogs" says "Bob" as he pitches tent in the mountains where he mounts the range and rides away from unsociable beings who won't lend him an ear . . . Choir, Riding. Ardith Woertz . . . doctor "Ardy" will snip the gum from gum snappers . . . goes into raptures over ball games . . . sincerity is a "must" . . . Dardanelles, First Aid, Etiquette, Hall Guard, Latin, Ir. Service, G.A.A. Thomas Wrona . . . sun-rise risings raise "Crow's" wrath . . . fried chicken cools him off . . . his records are something to crow about . . . drawing success lies in the palm of his hand. Elizabeth Wurst . . . "Peggy" is sharp on pizza-eating . . .she's fond of sleeping . . . hopes only to be half as nice as mom . . . athletic fellows, minus conceit, please her . . . Adv. Swim, Choir, G.A.A. ' Robert Ziegler . , . "Bob" thinks cold weather is public enemy No. l . . . loafing in Canada suits him . . . energetic boys and sharp brunettes get his approval . . . steaks are his favorite food . . . Hall Guard, German. Ronald Ziekert . . . sports of all kinds interest "Ziek," the cham- pion steak eater . . . has the travel bug . . . would like a tun- loving pal to catch the bug, too . . . Boys' Choir. Shirley Ziemer . . . "Shirl" relishes her curfew with the "Tribe" . . . hopes her marriage will lead her to heaven . . . sincere dad shares her classical selections . . . hopes to fulfill her travel yearnings . . .Orchestra, Choir, G.A.A. Edwin Zybura . . . "Ed," the cub fan, beets about rising early . . . rare roast beef gets a smile out of him . . . is long on ping- pong and bowling . . . adventure is in his blood. Wallace Wienert . . . quiet "Wally" picks an aviation career where there will be no crowds . . .long skirts seem silly to him . . .admires the athlete . . .favors Miss Farr . . . Hall Guard. Wilbert Wiese . . .future famous fishing-plug manufacturer hopes to retire and settle in Wisconsin where he will prohibit the would be "big shots" . . , Miss Farr will be the enter- tainer . . . talkative girls are welcome. Bernhardt Wiggen . . . "Bernie's" lamps are fixed on a cute little 5 foot lassie whose temper flies now and then . . . is de- voted to cars . . . he'll add one more name to the engineers' list. Ronald Wilson . . . sketching here and there and decorating interior of houses now and then, is the way this lover of choco- late and detester cf long skirts, expects to spend his time. Steven Wisniewski . . . "Wuss," an admirer of Mr. Ruzicka, will launch a drive in a future newspaper column against smok- ing . . . will give advice on sleeping well . . . Press, Basket- ball Team. Charles Witt . . . 5'4" blonde will be "Chuck's" goal . . . stuck up girls get the penalty . . . mom's lemon cream pie is sweet to him . . . good at figures and riding . . . Football. Lorraine Zalent . . . "Larry" is certain that none of her future flock will have crew hair-cuts . . . thinks raising a family is a noble career . . . Dardanelles, Civic Ticket Representative, Let- tergirls, G.A.A. Delegate, N.H.S. Ramona Zawiski . . . look out baseball players, "Rae" has Cu- pid's arrow aimed at you . . . between winks she's brushing her canines . . . would turn the barrel on would be big guns . . . Polish, Latin, Radio, G.A.A. Lorraine Zeller . . . the "Poor Miriam" fellow doesn't hit home with "Lorry's" admiration . . . will fly to "Char" whenever pos- sible . . . makes the chicken scarce at "Ads" party . . . Bowl- ing, Hall Guard, Etiquette, German, G.A.A. Eva Zubrttslcy . . . nurses' uniforms have fascination for little "Eve" . . . sundaes are good on any day . . . dad and mom have no faults . . . show-offs should be 'excluded from the dance halls. Florence Zurek . . . "Flo" eats onions to make her strong and live long . . . swimming keeps her from getting dry . . . scorns the smoking lassie . . . she's somewhat of a bookworm . . . Polish, G.1-LN.. Irene Zwierxyna . . . "I" would like to fly to Maryland . . . Steinmetz halls hold fond memories oi Alice and Miss Dierks . . . says her last name intrigues people . . . apple pies make a hit . . . Polish, G.A.A. BIRDIE Sl-IY g Ieanne Aqnello Pauline Burgason I Leonard Michaud Florence Omichinski Robert Tracey Robert Wolfram PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Robert VanVooren . . . hunting is "Van's" target for fun . . . chop suey is the bull's eye . . . "know it a1ls" who are not tolerant ot his dancing will get stepped on . . . N.H.S. Betty Veskaut . . . a certain toy department holds fascination for peppy "Betts" . . . mom is her ideal . . . Miss O'Connor rates next . . . burned steak burns her up . . . Choir, Golf, Green Cur- tain, Adv. Swim, G.A.A. Suzanne Volk . . . speed-boat riding at Channel Lake is "Sue's" view of fun . . . unfriendly people get the whistle . . . person- ality girls are her friends . . . Green Curtain, Choir, Riding, Span- ish, G.A.A. Florence Wallen . . . this Cub fan would like to analyze foods . . . her escort must be etiquette conscious . . . she's death on promise-breakers . . .Bermuda skies are calling her . . . Eti- quette, Pan American, Camera, G.A.A. lean Waltemade . . . this brush and pencil girl visualizes her- self in a kindergarten where she'll teach the "tinies" to dance . scorns boys who crab about the money they spend . . . French, G.A.A. Charlotte Walter . . . snapping the "Ads" occupies "Char's" hours . . . tall athlete who stars in the tackle game wins her tried chicken . . . "I Wanna Be Happy" is her theme song . . . Hall Guard, German, G.A.A. Raymond Volpe . . . "Ray," the future business magnate, would like a sociable secretary . . . when eating, spaghetti and turkey top the list . . . scraps will be left for rumor spreaders . . . Pop Pieil gets his vote. Lois VonOppen . . . untimely telephone calls throw "Lo" off the hooks . . . seeks the height of success in accordion playing . . . her scrap book is testimony of her engagements . . . Spanish, Council, Tall Teens, G.A.A. Geraldine Wallace . . . "Gerry" is not strong for onions . . .be- ware! she'll get your photograph too . . . Miss Farr's gets the gold frame . . . to own her home in the country is her theme song . . .G.A.A. Anthony Warner . . . Miss Kilgour can help "Tony" collect his stamps . . . his meals while traveling will be fried chicken . . . movies, radio and blondes sharehis spare time . . . Hall Guard. George Webster . . . "Webby" thinks all "profs" are swell . . . female radio announcers get the raspberries . . . Europe holds in- terest for him in travel and romance . . . has a special aptitude for radio designing. ' Vivian Wenqler . . . specializing in letter writing and indulging in chocolate pie are "Bunny's" chief delights . . . she's a wee bit ilighty when it comes to being a stewardess . . . Choir, First Aid, G.A.A. tit? A Administration Aides ..,..................... 14 Administration-Division Page 10-1 1-12 Activity Division Page ......,,.... 68-89-70 Advanced Swim ......,...,... ........ l 30-131 Alchemstein ............ ........... 1 Ol Assembly Picture .............................. B-7 Assistant Principal, Mr. Ramsey .... 13 Athletics Division Page .... Basketball ...,................... Baton Twirlers ...,.... Boys' Bowling .....,,,.. Boys' Choir o.... ' o.... Boys' Swim. ....,.... C Calendar of Events ........ Camera Club .............. Chamber Music ......... Chess ................... Christmas Picture ............ 118-119-120 124-125 .......l26 ,.......123 17 .......ll0 ........84-85 ...i...l06 16 Civic Ticket Representatives .......... 108 Classes .......................................... 40-63 College Club ......... Concert Band ........ Cross Country ........ Dardanelles ,........,..... Departments ....,.. Drama ............... 3 Faculty .....................i... Fall Festival ..........,.... February Graduates ...,. Fine Arts ................ .......104 ........78-79 .......l26 ..,.,...98-99 .....,..22-39 ........l6-21 114-115 ........l42-152 Fitzgerald, M. I., Principal ................ 13 Football ............................... French ........ .....,. G G.A.A. ......... ...........,......... . German ...............,. Girls' Bowling ..........,.. ,......12l-122 127-128-129 10 Girls' Choir .,.................................. 72-73 Graduates' Division Page ..l38-139-140 Green Curtain .................................... 94 Hall Guard ...........,...... .....,..... 1 12-113 History Class ....... Hunt, Dr. H. C. ....... . J .......8-9 June Graduates ,......... .......... 1 54-178 Iunior Choir .......,......,,.. ..,........ 7 4-75 JC Know Chicago ............, Lettergirls ...... ....... t Library ..........,... Lunch Room ...,........,.,.. W Maintenance ...,........... Mixed Choir ............. National Honor .......,... Office Help ........................,. Officers of February Class Officers of Iune Class ........ tiki iw ..........l00 ..,,......lll .....,....l05 . ,........ 14 141 ..........l55 Pan American .............. Parent Teachers Polish ................. Poster ............. Pre Medios ......... Prom ............... IQ Radio Performance ......... Red Cross .......' ...r....... RO. 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