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

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M Q ,gig WAV 3, Eff if l A 1 Salam 5 PUBLISHED BY STEINMETZ HIGH SCHOOL CHICAGO ILLINOIS Gpend .93 Gab 70 '7fze exam of zfmzz, ir 1 As: vw Qc sw M in S sf-mfs dv ' A was , Q Qi' f 1 is , ' :- ,4 had V' R x . , f 'T ' 1 X5 a . ' A L 1' If X H :, 1 ,f 4, , , 8. 5 Y 'Q 2 71' "' -2 -1 x Yi . , 0 J D 0' ' f - ' , . I an ff " , 312' fd? 117 P1 A Qpggiypw , Q f V, f-57 V 'J:..:.f ' 'PS 1' f : riff! ,.J E , , Q yr ' , , , ,, ,. , . M ,, . ,M ,,,, ,. , ,V , .aff x ' ff 5liff:fLfi5fi1flvi"5f?,1' ,N L-.,L5s1a,u 1' "www . +,,f,f-, .-Fw.,w9ff eufuaulq Freshmen are the tiny seeds Still Wandering in the dark: With curious mien they watch and wait Before they swing the garden gate. 7fLium7zfn Budding Juniors, proud they are To tell the garden's story: Among the treasures that they claim The trophy chest commands the fame gmpecialian Sophomores open wide the gate Their longings start to sprout,' They yearn to reach those baskets high And look at Iuniors with a sigh. Realiyalian Seniors are the blossoms fair Whose petals now unfoldj They too, add their bit of cheer The Xmas tree they trim each year. is 1 Z, 'Wm .xp ,ww all 'AQMZ5 . is Q H A 1 'WE F U C257 t sf Klj, ,- M, , f A 2 Q, MLA, K, 4F 1-Qglif 5313? Wg V, sy , Wh: -7 4' www 1 f' -HNF. W 41 NW W XXX .Rf , Mi g f?E15mfv. M,1j3Cl:fs.g-DS as 7 A wi My uv eacf Qa new in lfze Qaacfen af gcfacalfian 254. Mailhew f. aiiygfeaalcf Dr. Fitzgerald, a leader in educational progress in Chicaqo, has been principal ot Steinmetz tor the past tive years. l-le is also President of the Chicaao Principals' Club and member ot several educational aroups that meet to further the cause ol education. His calm quiet manner commands the deepest respect ot his tac- ulty and the student body. Ma. aaaea G. flamfiezf Mr. Ramsey, assistant principal ot Steinmetz and holder of a principal's certificate for elementary schools, has won the friend- ship ot many Steinmetz students. They like his friendly, jolly manner. 9 743 School! we :icAoof0!Lr:S a van ofdualy wifA ecjuafolalo ff f J for afffo Lecome Ae! 14 Jemreganf Cifizenfi. ,.f.. . . .-,. ,..,, its p. " sm.. 'mf r W-' Y lrs. Ethel Triebel, attendance Mrs. Esther Frey, actina Dean Mr. Walter Herrick, attendance, Miss Maraaret Boller, adjust- t ' blies lockers, Dean at ment teacher and credits at Girls assem , Bays Row 1: Mr. l-l. Anderson, Mrs. P. Armitage, Mr. C, Baker, Mrs. I. Beach, Mrs. G. Bertlinq. Row' 2: Miss E. Blytlie, Mrs. F. Bora, Mr. L. Bradley, Sat. Brennan, Mr. T. Bucynslci. Row 3: Miss M. Callapy, Mrs. G. Compton, Miss M. Cansaer, Miss P. Dierks, Miss G. Dannerslaerqer. 'f Row 1: Mr. C. Eclfielborqer, Mrs. G. Exorhos, Miss I. Forr, Mrs. L. Fousel. Row 2: Mr. l. Feldmon, Mr. l. Ferdmom, Miss M. Finneqom, Miss G Foley Row 3: Miss A. Posse, Mr. P. Prelich, Sql. Frisch, Miss E. Goris. Row 4: Mrs. M. Gehom, Mrs. G. Gilliqom, Miss L. Golden, Mr. W. Groom. 14 Row 1: Miss S. Gruener, Mrs. L. Haas, Mrs. L. Hadley, Miss M. Haley. Row 2: Mr. M, Havlicelc, Mrs. E. Heae, Mr. C, Herize, Miss M. Hoffrriari. Row 3: Mr. F. Holrri, Miss E. lacalaelc, Mrs, E. Kelly, Capt. Kelclfiam. Row 4: Miss F. Kilburn, Miss R. Kilaour, Miss G. Kilaallon, Miss W. Kruzic. vb X VXEQA A l5ll4 Row 1: Miss E. Kuebier, Mr. I. Lakin, Miss A. Marciss, Miss E. McNamara. Row 2: Mr. S. Naiecz, Miss C. O'Brien, Miss G. O'Connor, Miss M. Palumbo. Row 3: Miss H. Paperibrook, Miss K. Perry, Mr. C. Powers, Miss E. Rasmussen Row 4: Miss I. Rehm, Miss G. Roience, Miss O. Romph, Mr. E. Ruzicka. 16 Row 1: Mrs. E. Schwcxriz, Miss l. Sechler, Miss R. Selinqer, Mrs. E. Shubcxt. Row 2: Mr. F. Siegel, Miss lil. Silveri, Mrs. F. Soderberq, Mr. F. Spieclcer. Row 3: Mr. S. Spikiriqs, Mrs. S. Springer, Miss M. Siclvsrs, Miss L. Sullivan. Row 4: Miss A. Suihsrlcmcl, Mr. A. Sweiq, Mr. C. Swem, Mrs. S. Taqlia. GUM i l l l I l 17 Row 1: Mr. C. Teniple, Mr. H. Thompson, Miss E. Tlqorsson, Miss A. Utzia, Mr. Vesel. Row 2: Mrs. H. Walters, Mrs. l. Waison, Mr. H. Weaver, Mr. E. Westerqren, Miss L. Whalen. Row 3: Miss R. Yetter, Mrs. F. Young, Mrs. H. Zapler, Mrs. M. Zwiclqy, Mr. Bacle Clinqineer Custodianl. Row 4: Mrs. H. Benson lmatronb, Miss F. Riqney, Mrs. M. Maryanowski, Miss F. Conway, Miss M. Hanlon, Miss E. Dewar Cine lasi five are clerlcsb. 18 we greaf uae ofgk id fo riloenol if fo domeflzing flzaf ouffarifzi if. 3611 wentnriam Miss Margaret Feely Miss Rea Lyon Passed away October 3, 1949 Dedicated to the Memory of Miss Feely and Miss Lyon The beacon cuts the black. lts beam ls white upon the midnight sky. lt leads its rushing planes aright Like homing pigeons flying to sate cote. Nor ever tails the dazzling, heart'ning gleam. The schools a tow'ring light, a beam To cut the murk ot mental night. With book, and bell, and new device, The structure rises to the upper heightg Makes truth ot youth's young dream. The teacher is the mason of the towerg The plodding toiler in the whirring depths, Or one who grinds the lens that all may see ln far or near, in large or small, The penetrating, white lights blazing power. And two, untimely, heard the passing bell. Lifes classbook still in hand, they said tarewell. No time for grades or token ot success, No hour tor summary or last report To say, "Thou taithtul servant, 'twas done well." But it one whisper comes from yesteryear: "You gave me courage trueg you banished tear. Your counsel pictured hope ot better dayse-" Then service is transtormedy the guerdon's gold. We gently close the book without a tear. Helen Verona Papenbrook 19 f aaeana-f1.'4 lay eeleifziliied Wall' Sleinmellg, Center picture: Dr. H. Hunt, Gen. Supt. ot schoolsy Iohn Boy1e, States Attorney, Hon. Ao11ai Stevenson, Gov. ot 111.7 Iarnes 1. Cherry, Assistant States Attorney. Pictures at right: Top: Dr. H. Hunt, Dr. Fitzgerald, Sgt. Cofniskey. Second picture: Gov. Ac11ai Stevenson bids tarewe11. Third picture: Iohn Prenderqast, Commissioner ot Pohce, talks to Star reporters. Fourth picture: Dr. Hunt and Mr. G. C. Ramsey. Fifth picture: Dr. Hunt, B. Leahy, H. Tarraaano Ceditors ot Anf nua11. Lower leit picture: Dr. Hunt, 1. Cherry, Sat. F. Pape, Sat. Srnicklas, Capt. T. Lyne, Gov. Ad1ai Stevenson, talkinq. 21 Qfaedfzieft Make 7fzei11. 4644! eanlaiialian Freshmen know that carefully selecting and thoughtfully planting the first Seeds of Learning should reap CI successful garden. 22 Qaedfzmen 101 Row 1: S. Kloc, A. Bonorno, E, Kro- yer, N. Winters, M. McMalien, I, Svec, I, Leineweber, I. Gallas. Row 2: C. Sraqa, E. Fe-ldlcirchner, I. Witt, D. Hasto, M. Delaroy, N. Walker, D, Nelson, S. Zumpano. Row 3: R. Dem- ski, C. Spadaro, P. O'Dell, C. Naqel. E. Sielski, E. Weinstein, R, Iolinson How 4: T. Krause, W. Zalcer, W. Teclt- man, W. Mitisek, R. Miller, N. Ander- sen, B. Schulz, D. Brinqe. Row 5: R. Waqner, M, Greiner, L. Lacalarnita. B. Andersen, D. Kent, R. Rossi, L, Dace, K. Hustel. 102 Row 1: D, Berq, I, Calabrese, F. Oberliauser, T, Prusinslci, S. Braun, G. Hasenauer, I. Kurnerow. Row 2: G. Sevon, B. Gast, I, Nelson, I. Bowron, D. Honeyman, W. Garnett, L. Sosinski, C. Szymczyk. Row 3: H. Iensen, I, Hanneniann, R. Anderson, G. lsakson, R. E. Andersen, R. Lar- sen, G. Haubrich, A. Lorch. Row 4: M. Olden, R. Skutnilc, D. Wrona, K, Fennessy, D. Barak, R. Selvaqqio, W. Roos, I. Kaminski, Row 5: D. Gleba, I. Kawai, R. Tescliner, Mrs. Crane, D. Stuclcemeyer, D. Wardzala, M. Fitz, R. Iensen. 103 Row 1: S. Gates, C. Hoy, N. Watson, A. Swanson, L. Neil, I. Persak, M. Hodgson. Row 2: C. Buclziehowski, S. Lustiq, C. Dubs, P. Kallin, C, Goezv qen, B. Aubert, M. Iacobs. Row 3: V. Sicuro, E. Rosenvinqe, R, Milkis, G. Gelfirinq, M. Stanqler, I. Rizzo, P. Poland, L. Burtosky. Row 4: I. Herd, B. Haupt, S. Anderson, L. Polz, F. Matzuka, P. Maqqiore, I. Panzer, Row 5: N. Schaefer, K. Carlson, B. Kozniinski, R. Gurnicz, S. Zaluska, R. Miehels, M. Lobe, H, Smith. aaedfnmen 104 Row 1: S. Mathe-us, M. Asmus, C Matson, G. Mellerna, C. Bichwien M, Gruber, B. Iohnson, K. Bliesener E. Refercla. Row 2: H. Andersen, C Fluhler, M. Cattelino, L. Fiqurski, S Tribbey, B. Kolb, R. Kehart, S. He-i der. Row 3: Miss Kilburn, A. Winter teld, I. Olszewslci, I. Gilbo, Y. Boness M. Hudson, I. Sandahl, M. Greblow ski. Row 4: T. Burbee, I. Pater, A Zappia, S. Scurto, B. Armentraut, P Peacock, D. Schneider, W. Houston Row 5: M. Mraz, R. Stein, B. Pro- venza, S. Iohnsen, H. Thornkcf, G Erickson, L. Hunt, C. Glocke. 105 Row 1: B. Boberq, L. Iunq, I. Gor- ham, I. Swoboda, I. Willcowski, T. Madison. Row 2: I. Tessaro, I. Costa, C. Dorion, P. Maurice, F. lnfusino, N. Romano, C. Koch. Row 3: E. Doyle, K. Bischoff, P. Hirsch, l. Mademann, B. Biedeo, I. Szott. Row 4: I. Fitz- gerald, B. Gerner, L. Minardi, E. Bauschke, R. Vtfelser, M. Schuller, R. Marsells. Row 5: B. Nowakowski, F. Iohnson, M. Bonder, I. Karp, L. Roqal- ski, S. Kachiqian, P. Beilley, M. Mertens. 106 Row 1: C. Kalcos, B. Notardonato, I. Leqones, A. Carr, M. Leake, I. Var- ville, W. Hall. Row 2: B. Patterson, I. Greqanti, F. Kobat, I. McClellan, I. McQueen, I. Mills, W. Iunqe. Row 3: D. McGuire, M. Lopatka, L. Berry, M. Crleba, M. Motzer, E. Valent, I. Steffeus. Row 4: R. Bobula, A. Reich, H. Zwierzyna, I. Berbert, P. Cihler, R. Kirchner, I. Rodway, I. Burger. Row 5: D. Parochelli, C. Stone, C. Cody, M. Brandon, L. Campbell, I. Victor, A. Bilek, A. MacFarlane. afwifzmen 107 Row 1: K. Wieser, A. Iohnson, A. Corrado, M. Farina, I. Giarnrnarrusco, B. Sommers, I. Cascella. How 2: D. Grochowslci, W. Kegley, R. Selk, G. Thorson, P. Cook, P. Kellerman, M. Klaslcy. Row 3: H. Banach, K. Du- vall, I. Carlson, I. Cebol, W. Kalb, E. Weaver, B. Ossler, I. Muna. Row 4: S. Puckett, C. Bruse, I. Moeller, C. Leuthold, E. Kriz, C. Baurer, A. Mala- tia, I. Dankowski. Row 5: E. Warber, D, Norby, 1. Berg, E. Bottazzi, Mrs. Young, I. Crites, I, Gasparaitis, I. Gardeck, W. Herr. 108 Row l: R. Kopriva, K. Young, S. So- pal, I. Bolts, S. Pornell, I. Sprinkling, H. Lipske. Row 2: P. Leon, I. Passa- rella, R. Petersen, G. Warner, I. Cre- pus, S. Knudsen, S. Stromheck. Row 3: S. Reinke, R. Brylas, G. Gosy, L. Hanish, D. Gatterdan, W. Crocker, W. Lenz. Row 4: I. Weise, L. Bosch, R. Calderon, B. Weiszmann, M. O'Con- nor, C. Hoseman, K. Roche, L. Berg. Row 5: C. Deuschle, E. Larsen, B. Kures, S. Ciorba, T. Buczynski, C. Eagan, I. Swoboda, E. Kupiszewski, E. Schneider. 109 Row 1: N. Keegan, P. Wood, D. Da- novsky, I, Rolfs, G. Tornasic, D. Wis- trand, C. Larson, V. Zapatlca. Row 2: G. Gulde, l. Bianchi, M. Steinke, M. Banahan, L. Palduto, E. Ziel, G. Law- clenski, B. Peterson. Row 3: H. Rod- man, I. Losacco, K. Sowul, B. Smosna, N. Gisselbrechi, C. Ranieri. Row 4: D. Domko, W. Bauer, A. Streder, D. Schmidt, L. Dahl, D. Elstner, B. Burra, G. Reiter. Row 5: D. Eriksen, I. Am- rish, R. Fleger, K. Lautenbach, L. Provenza, E. Brozik, D. Molter, R. Dobbertin. Zlaahmen 110 Row 1: C. Butko, G. Tannhauser, G. Schuller, Ft. House, D. Tremper, M. Gunther, A. De Vito. Row 2: B. Froehlich, B. Fairchild, C. Mader, S. Fteinsch, I. Tabor, D. Peterson, P. Caccavari, W. Carlstron. Row 3: B. La Mothe, E. Winkler, D. Dassow, L. Freitag, S. Larson, B. Klema, P. Adams. Row 4: B. Voigt, I. Street, G. Lopata, G. Wesley, R. Beck, M. Kutska, B. Chmura, B. Lonerqan, G. Phillips. Row 5: A. Doolas, C. Ander- sohn, M. Wiebe, I. Forbes, L. Las, B. Mach, C. Hotten, S. Dolson, S. Ianko. Ill Row 1: I. Bianco, I, Merner, I. Mc- Manis, L. W'aqner, C. Franz, C. Girar- dat, E. Smecls. Row 2: M. Biarnesen, C. Faber, B. Hallas, M. Lehman, L. Talaqa, B. Seibt, D. Adamowicz. Row 3: C. Auxier, P. Gimino, I. Ien- sen, M. Byqiel, A. Bix, B. Domhek, N. Licht, M. Brosz. Row 4: T. Iures, D. Sanko, I. Schuster, A. Mannella, I. Hartmann, D. Ward. Row 5: I. Anqleton, C. Wanders, G. Morin, B. Spitzer, L. Wilson, G. Sass, G. Zanqe. M. Weston. 112 Row 1: V. Corrado, B. Tarantino, P. Thill, C. Hansen, B. Andersen, R. Zacharia, B. Sennet, M. Rossi. Row 2: F. Zuk, A. Whitney, B. Majewski, L. Everett, B. Twinn, M. Verni, B. Wirth, S. Abernathy. Row 3: M. Frontzak, K. Owalski, E. Mitzit, C. Koller, I. Osman, B. McAdam. Row 4: L. Pipala, M. Schuett, I. Iordal, A. Schmidt, C. Barile, E. Wilherschied, D. Siman, M. Holland. Row 5: F. Derkiewicz, M. Wenqler, I. Wachow' ski, P. Hanley, D. Fenwick, L. Coul- ter, A. Endler, D. Dalman, R. Iedlick. Qaahmen 151 Row 1: S. Germans, A. Moriari, C. Alberti, B. Vander Heyden, N. Graf ham, I. Bottany, P. Grill. Row 2: A. Robuck, I. Westerberq, L. Sandelin, M. Enqelman, S. Lomax, C. Karas. Row 3: B. Kovalis, C. Piazza, O. Slez- nick, B. Smith, M. Anderson, B. Pete:- san. Row 4: I. Novak, I. Haclcerner, I. Davidson, D. Meyers, O. Karnptnei. N. Stevens. Row 5: I. MacLean, M. Lis, D. Wedin, L. Mule, S. Calandra, E. Veal, M. Emmricli. 152 Row 1: B. Milner, B. Iensen, D. Gary, S. Thill, I. Braun, M. Galvin. Row 2: B, Freeman, I. l-lolte, B. Katzbeck, I. Gribari, D. Iedick, I. Mix. Row 3: D. Possehl, C. Stroschein, C. Glass, D. Albrecht, G. Ulrich, D. Krescli. Row 4: L. Bullock, W. Tank, H. Klein, B. Aronfeld, E. Greblowski, B. Liviqni. Row 5: A. Corona, N. Olson, I. Tres- lcett, M. Holm, W. Poqlitsch, S. Miller, F. Enqesser, B. Maieslci. 153 How 1: M. Eurieikis, A. Arquette, E Petersen, I. Wana, H. Paulson, B Banieri. Row 2: B. Provenza, D. Mer lcle, D. Driscoll, B. Baldassin, S. Si wak, L. Canoboy. Row 3: B. Dixon I. Bornasliko, G. Iensen, T. Harvey B. YNenzel, D. Moriis. Row 4: I. Beck man, L. Daniels, V. Houdek, D. Hoika I. l-larlin, C. Stensenq. Row 5: C Wilk, K. Arneson, E. Bennish, M Petersen, A. Szczepanik, L. Cristan tiello, B. Lietzow, D. Matusialc. gk. V 'Ll' qdeatfnmen 154 Row 1: T. Mature, C. Kawa, D. Ban kowski, R. Alberii, R. Larson, R. De Sanii. Row 2: G. Hehfeld, G. Bird O. Korle, M. Anderson, N. Neberqall B. Penley, N. Swialkcwski. Row 3 I. Larson, R. Schultz, R. Venturini, E Friedheim, L Berg, D. Iedynak, B Rogers. Row 4: A. Schlorlce, A. Do manslci, R. Dikes, R. Kosinslci, I. Du ranle, I. Craig, G. Walsh. Row 5: P Mazzio, 1. lfallhacher, F. Williams, C McComb, G. Feuer, G. Adams, S. Beyer, D. Ball, A. Desaldo. 155 Row 1: C. Getty, N. Piser, L. Breit- haupl, l. Bencivenqa, l. Lalfleur, R. Simon. Row 2: A,'RawlinqsTrM1 Kafka, A. Canaan? C. Maar'hougCi Neubauer, A. Towers. Row 3: R. Lebrocht, E. Kutzmer, A. Rickert, G. Kopp, G. Weiler, F. Burnier. Row 4: I. Borowslci, D. Miller, D. Bobula, l. Keyes, I. Muscari, D. Sheppard. Row 5: P. Prosi, C. Christensen, C. Bartell, P.. Wendler, G. Bloinberq, l. Thani- sen, S. Friedrick. 156 Row 1: R. Bocchieri, T. Siwe, B. Price, G. Fieri, L. McAhee, C. Viiucci. How 2: L. Kovanda, R. Norris, A. Sa- vaiano, M. Vartahedian, L. Kowal, M. Neuerxdorf, G. Roiisohalk. Row 3: P. Leclcie, l. Cornitz, D. Olson, D. Spitz, S. Nessel, M. Garzonetii, H. May. Row 4: R. Neufeldi, R. Buehler, A. Benz, A. Slcack, O. Siernbel, G, Ritter. Row 5: D. Reed, R. Blum, C. Good, I. Larson, Mr. Bramkamp, G. Gofiron, R. Yount, C. 1-louse. it Sopfna Rally Ream 7he Spfzaul' Sophornores measure with pride the height of the leafy Stalk ot Learning whose thirst they quenched and whose roots they nurtured thrauqhout the year. 29 Sapfzamaflei 201 Row l: M. Kuhns, I. Grippe, M. Pa- loian, B. Carlson, P. May. Row 2: P. Grenke, I. Bainicone, H. lbele, C. Schaden, D. Conville. Row 3: H. Kirchhardt, L. Lang, A. Steskal, H. Smith, I. Baron. Row 4: H. Bussewitz, A. Schaefer, D. Nowakowski, B. Lobe. Row 5: A. Townsend, I. lntrif pidi, V. Sorce, R. Iurwick, M. Wilson, I. McCarty. 202 Row 1: B. Boqy, B. Borth, E. Schoefei- naclcer, A. Eichorn, C. Kowalik, B. DeMichel. Row 2: M. Sieifey, W. Ed- wards, H. Peoto, B. Haeclcer, A. Ia- blonski, E. Caputo, G. Calderone. Row 3: C. Petersen, M. Blackmore, D. Kernreit, E. Lehmann, L. Kordell, A. Du Pree, N. Theilgaard. Row 4: I. Zadworny, S. Davis, I. Thorpe, I. Scott, K. Bryza, R. Peterson, L. Schil- ling, B. Melqaard. Row 5: B. Iana, siewicz, C. Schultz, D. Ufer, I. Stonis, M. Boqy, I. Meier, E. Saniogrossi, M. Harder. 203 Row 1: B. Shannski, G. Celli, C. Zakoff, S. Morrison, B, Decker, A. Doyle, D. King, Row 2: A. Duclchorn, M. Burns, M. Wolff, A. Chall, I. Sim- mons, l. Cecchin, N. Zizzo. Bow 3: I. Carlson, A. Harris, A. Moe, S. Crippa, P. Lana, M. Peterson, S. Rush. Row 4: C. Iaworski, T. Fiducci, C. Iohnson, I. Leon, D. Gillespie, B. Lyan, E. Spletzer, D. Garcia. Row 5: B. Iahns, P. Vesper, M. Topp, A. Tar- pinian, D. Fernback, I. Slinkman, l. Hampton. Sa maaeft 204 Row 1: P. Dean, I. Wallace, B. Mim- mack, E. Lie-ski, R. Knippel. Row 2: I. Naccarato, C. Frankian, I. Donnom, M. Lanqlois, P. Hark. Row 3: C, Lav- nick, A. Moe, G. Muczynski, E. Fish- er, F. Plummer, M. Triunfol. Row 4: R. Hassler, P. Allen, M. Clarke, G. Beneclello, I. Lichlenberqer. Row 5: L. Moneqato, M. Hamann, P. Conroy, N. Colletlo, D. Lindahl, L, Creely, l. Klima. 205 How 1: D. Lindensckmidt, D. Cor- coran, G. Hendry, M. Rinaldi, P, Ke- liarl, I. McNeill, I. Anderson. Row 2: P. Aland, I. Kahr, A. lvaska, G. Brink, D. Moniori, B. Pultorak, R. Shipka, G. McGuire. Row 3: S. Rollo, B. Barrier, T. Blasynski, N. Grama- rossa, H. Koloseik, R. Vxfohlleil. Row 4: I. De Horn, VV. Gallois, G. Pinder- ski, R. Backman, I. Ryan, R. Wikreiit, P. Novak, L. Pender. Row 5: B. ls- rael, I. Sommers, A. Nachbar, P. Carey, l. Carlson, N. Grider, B. Lee wandowski, W. Vlfilson. 206 How 1: E. Braner, D. Malenius, S. Malatia, L. Lichler, P. Rosqo, M. Hemstreet. Row 2: I. Ianis, E. Wolf, R. Novak, I. Novick, R. Arabian, C. Mews. Row 3: R. Giese, A. Bjornef stad, A. Kozeluh, I. Piekcrrski, D. Kisf sane, D. Holmaqen. Row 4: E. Eweri, B. Chelberq, l.. Nyman, I. Sranek, R. Coscino, R. Epiiano, R. Holmgren. Row 5: D. Canadeo, M. Anqileri, K. Walter, A. Lansinq, C. Rabito, I. Walter, L. Susky, B. Heck. nr fsafzfnamaaed 207 Row 1: C. Ciolkowski, D. Semeran, I. Chrniola, C. Breen, M. Esposita, B. Berry, I. Carollo. Row 2: B. Becker, R. Kotfila, I. Hansen, A. Scrensen, M. Iuszko, B. Wisniewski, G. Szymczyk, A. Workman. Row 3: G. Puttkover, N. Larson, M. Parlcpino, I. Hughes, A. Kramer, N. Savotick, L. Hedges, N. Neidhardt. Row 4: R. Boris, F. Davis, T. Danato, E. Parker, W. Hcrst- mdn, E. Scalzitti, K. Kimmich. Row 5: G. Pella, G. Scarpelli, M. Ianiak, M. Faust, Miss Collopy, D. Anderson, M. Marchel, C. Heine, M. La Piana. 208 Row 1: I. DiDornenico, K. Wiegand, C. Krakowski, I. Clinton, B. Roen, I. Hale. Row 2: R. Folencz, E. Bomadka, B. Anderson, A. Alwin, B. Springer, C. Crandall. Row 3: D. Stupka, P. Ewald, G. Romme, L. Susala, D. Mey- ers. Row 4: R. Clatch, D. Fcsselil, I. Still, R. Rink, F. Kukula. Row 5: C. Clausen, M. Iacobsen, R. Fascia, S. Ayeski, G. Hillis, R, Reindl, E. As- mus. 209 Row 1: D. Graurnann, I. Koetke, I. Fernandes, P. Iokiel, A. Wolski. Row 2: I. Lieneweber, E. Cook, T. Rug- gero, W. Kellogg, T. Hookanson, I. Vodvarka. Row 3: E. Guttman, B. Larocca, H. Hacker, S. Arthofer, D. Dargento, R. Schmid. Row 4: D. Selk, I. Regan, D. Olson, L. Ander- son, M. Muir, G. Fischer, B. Iaszkow- ski. Safzfzamaaeft 210 Row 1: B. lanus, l. Kasallis, N. Bucci, R. Anerdi, A. Kenqott, B. Dukraba. Row 2: B. Briney, l. Gallie, C. Dautel, M. Zieman, l. Krecker, R. Beidenback. Row 3: G. French, l. Newman, B. Cannizzo, S. Shulze, B. Heath, P. Belcaster, Y. Pluckebaum. Row 4: H. Nelson, C. Lake, B. Niclcl, G. L3- renz, D. Horst, T. Smetters, F, Munao, l. Billingsley. Row 5: D. Hallinan, l. Di Meo, M. Buschelc, S. Welch, E, Eineke, I.. Olson, E. Hagen, C. Braun. 211 Row 1: P. Brand, l. lohnscn, M. Bu- caro, A. Chlelaos, B. Stojek, P. Gildar- ski. Row 2: D. Daniels, A. Nelson, D. Krezel, C. Chellin, C. Marten. Row 3: B. Menotti, l. Duda, l. Hammanq, B. Carlson, l. Vachula. Row 4: A. Litrenta, B. Slcleney, O. Salva, G. Sandell, C. Disney, N. Hoff. Row 5: l. Voss, B. Adams, l. Rina, A. Avis- ohious, C. Bultinclc, l. Bartels. 212 Row 1: l. Ostrowski, I. Martens, D. Miller, I. Brown, N. Clement, E. Sta- mos. Row 2: S. Gellert, D. Schirmer, W. Wolkey, B. Slifer, B. Boyle. Row 3: B. Di Leonardi, N. Hampe, B. Schoch, l. Christensen, A. Cuclca, D. Huber. Row 4: D. Hellweq, B. Pumi- lia, R. Grant, P, Olsen, F. Vernsten. Row 5: A. Crittenden, F. Divito, T. Smarzewski, I. Hyatt, W. Seidel, D. Dube, L. lalcimovich. Safzfza-made! 251 Row 1: K. Schaeffer, H. Garber, B Sheiier, F. Andrino, P. Iay. Row 2: I. Caltagirone, I. Taylor, G. Anderf son, R. Madock, I. lnqrisano. Row 3: G. Rehfeldt, R. Taylor, D. Santi, I Wickenkamp, I. Thompson. Row 4: T. Grenke, D, Dahlke, G. Muzyka S. Doerner, R. Peisker. Row 5: S. Turnbull, S. Addalia, G. Sullivan, B Pravda, E. Hornunq, E. Guarin, R Griswold. 253 Row 1: I. Barclay, R. Hultman, N. Krueger, I. Affolter, I. Antonson, A. Mouradian. Row 2: P. Fiqura, L. Ieler, L. Pusczan, I, Scharfe, C. Van, N. Thomas. Row 3: R. Glasing, I. Ihriq, D. Demski, I. Wezeman, I. So' beski, C. Huskie. How 4: R. Engel- thaler, D. Holminiak, T. Frye, I. Koeppel, W. Vallee, E. Williamson. Row 5: A. Ossler, A. Smith, K. An- dersen, G. Wisinski, M. Gohr, R. Pa' loian, I. Reid, P. Waters. 254 Row 1: I. Morrison. I. Melau, C. Gla zowski, L. Ratz, P. Majeski, A. Gremp ke. Row 2: E. Eiqenhauser, L. Leh mann, I. Burdick, B. Olson, E. Simon C. Coste. Row 3: A. Weislinq, C Berndt, I. Carbone, R. Busse, R. Her denberq. How 4: P. Lester, P. Brett ner, R. Iaszkowski, I. MacFarlane, E Kourakis, D. Trinkaus. Row 5: E Smith, E. Wagner, E. Zirzow, P. Schul ler, N. Kautzmann, B. Gross. Sapfnamaaai I 255 Row 1: B. McGhee, A. Smentek, N. Bringe, P. White, D. Nielsen, B. Mit- chell. How 2: D. Dornko, G. Augus- tyn, S. Hemingway, l. Morgan, M. Nolan. Row 3: H. Neuhouse, I. Ber- narcli, E. Coudal, W. Anderscn, R Curcio. Row 4: I. Donato, F. Lan dazzi, A. Kowalewski, I. Lippi, A Piediscalzi. Row 5: G. Kraus, P. Krstich, D. Pavlis, I. Wooley, C. Zwe- rens, C. Petienuzzo, I. Meyer. Z56 Row 1: E. Whitcomb, B. Hjertstedt D. Walters, B. Lee, M. Poglitsch, G. Fisher, I. Curtis. Row 2: I. Kurzer, T. Guido, A. Iasinski, M. McDougall M. Morrison, D. Berecz, E. Geyer Row 3: L. Spayer, E. Rogowicz, E Sandri, A. Rizzo, I. Karas, I. Karus R. Marion. Row 4: R. LeVon, M Pontarelli, E. Lichner, C. Plummer, S Parker, R. Guskey, R. Allan, B. Wcl fert. Row 5: S. Whittington, M. Ku merow, C. Cox, A. Kast, S. Brandon C. Thomas, S. Swanson, P. Wensier ski, D. Christopher. 257 Row 1: D. Halvorsen, V. Miotto, F. Weder, I, Kacheris, D. Getz, I. Sha bez. Row 2: A. Dray, P. Rittrneyer I. Porter, M. Tometich, S. Lind, B Kanaby. Row 3: M. Hobbs, D. Banks, P. Minerva, P. Seges, B. Locigno, L Bartholomae, M. Genthe. Row 4 R. Steinbeck, I. Coulter, G. Gathman L. Goyette, B. McKoy, I. Cutchin, R Lorenz. Row 5: I. Blackman, I. Tay lor, M. Mueller, M. Cimino, I. Al brecht, L. Weiss, M. Morando, M Simonson. Q? 49-ra I 'FW W ,Qt ,K-"' anim Gimp 7fne 7emZm Bm! Iuniors have the fun of discovering the first Bud of Ledrninq, cmd ihey are reminded that they dre nearing their goal. 36 un' 301 How 1: C. Miceli, C. Ott, I. Stubbe, P. Andersen, G. Alberti. Row 2: F. Ardito, D. Feddern, B. Rolls, E. Droh- ner, A, Teqtow. Row 3: I. Krenqer, N. Schoemcrnn, R. Ld Cost, R. Puuss, M. Arnold, H. Addmowicz. Row 4: P. Henriksen, D. Scott, Mr. H. Ander- son, I. Christopherson, S. Kourcxkis, R. Scanlon. Row 5: I. Bern, B. Iunqe, B. Iensen, I. Sveinsson, D. Anderson, I. Tomcxlc. 303 Row I: P. Brand, F. Wood, l. Bdlzie kicrn, M. Hess, N. Lauer, A. Merri- mcm, S. Borth. Row 2: W. Thieme, E. Focht, H. Scrndstrom, R. Hjelkrem, B. Tcxrrcxqcxno, D. Bcxhns, S. Iusl. Row 3: D. Gulberlet, F. Koziol, T. Nelsen, E. Berg, D. Kcsiner, R. Kuidlo. Row 4: R. Schroder, C. Flemming, I. Oates, I. Peters, E. Booth, R. Hart, E. Mcrzur. Row 5: B. Mclly, L. Sowd, M. Wermer, F. Sicurellcr, D. Nielson, A. Kieluck, M. De Smidt, I. Hill. 304 Row 1: R. Mershon, S. Cdvemdn, D. Duke, E. Bihun, L. Tyrolt, C. Pilszdk. Row 2: E. Iccsilc, I. Dargl, R. Pdvlik, I. Clarke, S. Nelson, M. Chrisiopher. Row 3: I. lwcxniec, M. Andrews, E. Meissner, R. Kosinski, L. Motylcd, F. Pilewski. Row 4: F. Stennfeld, E. Braun, D. Dell A'RinqC1, T. Ldmberl, I. Lonergcm, D. Idrnes. Row 5: V. Dudek, M. Kulczyk, I. Brcxqlio, E. Schultz, I. Seltepcxni, H. Boyojidn. I 37 aniau 305 Row 1: P. Neldhardt, H. Gusczyk, M. Lundgren, B. Buzinski, I. DeFoe. Row 2: L. Douqherly, N. Fredericks, L. Huyck, I. Bolerxcler, L. Baker. Row 3: M. Misura, D. Campbell, I. Malleck. R. Usack, Z. Tarnas, B. lustinen. Row 4: V. Caravell, G. Schuessler, F. Klakowicz, R. Doennecke, R. Palmer, H. Stutz. Row 5: I. Iahns, E. Krause, Mrs. Brennock, I. Depp, D. Gosslrom, M. Baker. 305 Row 1: C. Schaeffer, P. Bryant, R. Gliot, M. Kucz, M. Okamoto, C. Per- sino, E. Ilran. Row 2: R. Andrew, M. Palella, R. Raqnetti, N. Garrett, D. Graikowski, P. Scharfe. Row 3: R. Booth, W. Metz, A. Ernrath, G. Car- men, R. Schumacher, S. lensen. Row 4: R. Iohnson, I. Carrlco, E. Fe-nlon, W. Weber, L. Stick, H. Wagner, K. Tatzreiler. Row 5: S. Tavilian, M. Walters, I. Kleczewski, S. Fiduccia, C. Baldwin, E. Nowicki, D. Cammi- sar, M. Knick. 307 Row 1: B. Shaw, L. Cwalli, N. Kachil Qian, M. Almassey, P. Miller, I. Pack. Row 2: C. Tomasic, T. Weier, W. Bjork, A. Lenz, D. Comiskey, L. Ro' kusek, D. Bober. Row 3: E. Glop- pen, B. Ycumans, R. Hemwall, R. Scurlo, T. Rispoli, P. Kannholz. Row 4: R. Nelson, W. Barr, I. Poclraza, K, Kost, R. Gates, R. Lawrence, R. Tracy. Row 5: L. Spiller, F. Kluz, M. Pohl, L. Simoncelli, Miss Kinder- man, I. Mazzarella, V. Anderson, E. Bromslad, M. Delqarian. aniaad. 309 Row 1: L. Van Kley, B. Belle-y, E. Halla, C. Thompson, I. Krmiebusch. Rcw 2: S. Miller, B. Day, V. Siamm, D. Serine-t, B. Heffernan, M. Healy. Bow 3: W. Danloe, A. Macaulay, S. Lavriick, B. Losey, G. Madison, D. Lukowicz. Row 4: I. Thompson, R. Kobaf, C. Nystrom, W. Czurriy, Pr. Nordby, I. Lanfz. Row 5: A. Paulina, I. Ianiqa, Miss Grant, P. Lernke, Pr. Larocca, E. Marchiori, G. Pisarilco. 310 Row 1: l. Barthclomae, N. Kristoffer- sen, M, Radford, I. Kalinowski, G. Cerceo. Row 2: S. Hendren, D. Roos- ler, D. Lombardi, B. Schmit, P. Pe- shelc, N. Mueller. How 3: W. Kamin, P. Porio, A. Erlandson, B. Brine-y, M. Porfincaso, I. Majercik. Row 4: H. MacGregor, B. Wendland, R. Welri- hofer, N. Ruzycki, B. Olsen, B. Lem- berq. How 5: T. Opiela, B. Kuhl- manri, I. Mucha, Miss G'Brien, A. Clifoard, B. Dziocko, G. Garner. 311 How 1: G. Pelz, A. Palesch, M. Whit' hey, I. Iohnson, A. Frankiaii, L. Ka- czorowski, Row 2: L. Kiriq, C. Erland. son, I. Serwinski, B. Starr, G. Cafaldi, L. Moore. Row 3: B. Harliri, H, Beq- ner, G. Wolodkin, C. Wysocki, D. Saoharski, C. Peroiie. Row 4: D. Farley, P. Sfoehr, G. Gellerf, E. Soch, L. Goo-dike, B. Kent, K. Munch. Row 5: T. Woodall, I. Sfalbus, N. Clous- toxi, B. Korfh, I. Leulce, M. Geiqer, L. Boll, B. Hermarisen. aniafut 312 Row 1: A. Williarns, M. Wittek, E Maturo, D. Hanson, D. Subuyrinski S. Behrens. Row 2: L. Martinus, R Lueth, A. Steck, L. Sanne, 1. Marlo vitz, A. 1-lays. Row 3: F. Richter C. lanasiewicz, R. Votipka, G. lohn son, A. Albate, B. Rice. Row 4: D Schuhrke, F. Fernandez, T. Burns, R Gerlach, R. Leuthold, R. Massaro. Row 5: L. McGowan, L. Drabik, P. Harmon, L. Kiesel, L. Monk, G. Ha- senquer, D. Dalylc, D. Penn. 313 Row 1: I. Gillis, C. Terryberry, V. Zurad, D. Sharnlian, E. Cappelletti. Row 2: R. Wilson, D. Baker, P. Rob- ertson, L. Kampka, A. Enqdahl. Row 3: C. Mortensen, F. Pumilia, K. Buck, K. Darqo, B. Rosenberg. Row 4: T. Watt, W. Erdmann, R. Matthews, R. Potempa, I. Picciuca. Row 5: I. Amer, ski, I. Wirth, M. Iohnsen, A. Robai- dek, B. Klauer, E. Vesper. 314 Row 1: F. Dyrda, C. Hohlfeldt, 1. Di- Giovanni, M. Harris, A. Bordenaro. Row 2: I. Kuhlman, V. Newman, M. Martin, D. Becker, D. Taylor. Row 3: B. Weber, R. Bloom, T. Phillips, R. Freqa, W. Kushner. Row 4: l. Swan- son, K. Padqitt, R. Cox, D. Mezza, E. Lorenc, S. Sparacio. Row 5: D. Arm. strong, D. Paradise, Mr. Havlicek, M. Sayers, B. Borman, K. Wiqqen, A. Monroe. unload 315 Row 1: A. Helclt, I. Cullotia, A. Ra- nieri, P. Harrison, D. Karnick, Row 2: F. Cimmarusti, I. Bariolo, F. Dobbs, R. Reilly, L. Schusier. Row 3: R. Dis- cianna, F. Mika, R. Oli, A. Brown. Row 4: D. Baier, S. Sprinqston, R. Kappel, C. Hermann, C. Wood. Row 5: S. Marazo, I. Kotsiakas, K. Farle, E. Reed, M. Lamarca, M. Monachello. 351 Row 1: E. Iansen, L. Drafz, R. De Niqht, R. Fausl, V. Angelina. Row 2: I. Sleznick, D. Moorhouse, I. Casey, M. Iorda, A. Zuhlsdori. Row 3: T. Bowler, B. Payne, R. Crolla, S. Ander- son, A. Rossi. How 4: C. Wood. P. Poppendorf, K. Gray, I. Sydow, R. Nelson. Row 5: R. Andrews, P. Kil- dahl, K. Muellner, I. Bubert, I. Allan, M. Okerblom. 352 Row 1: E. Kratochuil, A. Zeimet, D. Funk, P. Larson, P. Bradley. Row 2: W. O'Neil, C. Ricci, L Osland, D. Pretorius, C. Peterson. Row 3: D. Feltes, C. Franke, D. Furlin, W. Ma- kel, L. Evans. Row 4: I. Cirinqione, L. Fieri, R. Borchardt, G. Braschlco, L. Gaede, E. Kostlevy. 'W aniau 354 Row 1: B. Graham, E. Becker, C. Pelerson, I. Lie-qqi, I. Pesceone. Row 2: S. Barak, O. MacDuff, I. Lance, G. Anqelaccio, P. Garry. Row 3: I. Rasmussen, D. Martin, E. Hellqren, I. Frey, W. Coulter, B, Barnas. Row 4: Fi. Bobzin, N. Lippmann, M, Har- tunq, A. Brylas, N. Schaemann, K. Carlin, S. Lorenz. 355 Row 1: A. Godellas, M. Laurenzano, A. Kilman, I. Losacco, D. Serqoll. How 2: G. Spataro, H. Gallas, I. Plummer, A. Passo, T. Godellas. Row 3: D. Miller, A. Kitzman, M. Nel- son, R. Sutter, N. Marshall, I. Fur- manslci. Row 4: F. Greco, F. Hardl. L. Stastny, I. Hoyer, R. Parolin, A. Rich, I. Schulz. 356 Row 1: L. LaRusso, L. Nitsche, N. Swanson, C. Tallant, S. Cardine. Row 2: R. Ioseph, W. Ruhlin, I. Mal- ley, L, Licht, B. Ruhrman. Row 3: H. Teuber, R. Wojda, L. Rosasco, S. Satre, G. Gross. Row 4: I. Giese, l. Ziemann, M. Neuhaus, M. Kimmel, N Levene, I. Prall. unialzd l 357 Row 1: I, Vertone, H. La Rock, I. Kopacz, C. Calabrese. Row 2: I, Bubert, D. Kelle, L. Ceccctrelli. Row 3: R. Smiskal, L. Munqer, I. Dudek, V. Havice. Row 4: D. Nufer, I. De Niqht, M. Voycla, A. Rambert. 358 Row 1: M. Tereze, N. Wood, W. Ross, I. Messina, E. Fair. Row 2: E. Westerherq, I. Garqiulo, l. Walleri, M, Hinze, P. Werlik. Row 3: B. Thorn' ku, B. White, H. Heitman, I. Cicero, A. Ankele. Row 4: B. Telkamp, D. Blass, B. Reck, R. Walitschek, D. Naylor. Row 5: S. Trostrucl, H. Lus- chen, P. Strzala, R, Danielson, G. Felton, R. Busch. 401 Row 1: A. Bettarelli, D. Andersen, M. Young, M. Hultin, M. Corbett, P. Calderone. Row 2: A. Salva, M. Vick, H. White, M. Nielsen, C. Monte- calvo, A. Caccavari. Row 3: R. Mrofka, P. Meier, R. Kurns, B. Mc- Mahon, E. Ploder, T. Thull. Row 4: l. Wehlau, M. Peterson, C. Spitek, S. Tavitian, L. Albrecht, S. Kudela. Row 5: C. Younqnickel, I. Kraft, L. Levy, I. Grootveld, Mrs. Soderberq, N. Nelles, P. Wojciechowoslci, A. Speechley. f""r ...XJ 7fte 246601 6 65146 74146 Iunior Prom-1949 Under the sponsorship of Misses Rehm and Polka, the Iunior Prom was a great social success. Ray Ponds or- chestra gave atmosphere to the freshly decorated gym whose glistening chandeliers, leafy ferns and colorful balloons lent beauty to the impromptu ballroom. The girls' gym was transformed into a lounge where orna- mental lanterns cast a soft glow over all, enhancing the beauty of the girls, as the camera man snapped them with their handsome escorts. 45 Seniaai E adiam Qafzlfz fn Q aaq Seniors Stomd os the joyful conquerors of o four yeor quest os the full blown Blossom of Leomlnq roofs its pretty hood. 46 Seniaad 402 How l: L. Anda, M. Roszkowskr, S. Christensen, D. Zinn, E. Bernslein. Row 2: G. Siwe, B. Coltinqharn, M. Olson, G. Clemente, R. Niederrneyer. Row 3: D, Rosenberg, D. Krueger, B. Hamann, l, Hariiq, I. lchnson. Row 4: B. Schoolcrafl, l. Nelson, C. Ander- sen, B. Nitschke, B. Krus, R. Hen- ricks. Row 5: G. Reed, M. LaRocco, A. Pedersen, C. Ohnstern, M. Krause, R. Zaluska, l. Schleql. 403 Row 1: E. Cecchin, M. Papaderos, R. Bensrnan, P. McNulty, G. Polacek. Row 2: M. Ganql, F. Kozelyh, L. Motzer, B. Lynesl, A. Shipilo, A. Krause. Row 3: R. Biarnosen, W. Musnicki, L. Atzbauqh, E. Quartelli, B. Spencer, M. Pinnelli. Row 4: R. Helmbald, R. Modjeslci, C. Pedersen, H. Wanrrer, D. Chaber, H. Ellis. Row 5: Mrs. He-ae, B. Hanelin, A. Schmidt, L. Morrison, N. Palano, K. Mcrando. M. Addalia. 404 Row 1: l, lvruhr, l., Waller, A. Tanqr, A M. Brand, R. Mazur, D'Anqarolo. Row 2: C. Schuetz, P. Gordon, C. Si- kita, G. Fiizgibbons, M. KISSUDG, S. Bradford. Row 3: H. Muehrinq, P. Meyer, l. Staniszewski, E. Dahl, T. Doolas. Row 4: G. Smrth, H. Okon, D. Roberts, B. Muske, F. Braun. Row 5: B. Anderson, P. Genlz, N. Taylor, l. Ullrich, D. Gienza, C. Ofiedahl, V. Delia. 4, -ye - W-M H 4,11 Q1 ,552 WML? , .JQQEZQ .wif lim - .... rigfiijffg WL 1m:.:.:Qf.aigi3:s.:A 'mir ..,:.:f:1gsai4..f W :SM Jie new N1-Miwfr' mg? vf QV f?F 'fl fi? , f .. HZ U , E qi :Er ,gg 5 fl? gil if E 1 , Aw Sf' 3551 53 gg 59: gy: Q... Q. 5 zl ev li .. lg ig ':':ga::f . Q., ...W -,I brass: ' .mira .:,r'5?f9Z"Y:" ' V M E . .AZ - 2-r zw-f ..-. . M. . . .1 li si, , . ...M iMw..s..fezS' 1225: ' W Seniafvt 405 Row 1: E. Burnier, R. Settepani, D Rogers, M. Gimino, F. Ponzo, R. In- nocenti. Row 2: G. Giese, S. Wichert, E. Stromsdarfer, I. Tobolik, I. Schulist S, Anderson, E. Groe. Row 3: I. Ken- nedy, I. Conforti, T. Varouxakis, I. Rich, K. Rasmussen, F. Radosta. Row 4: I. Holmes, A. Hofmann, E. Lake, R. Schubert, R. Sprinkling E. Iassak. Row 5: I. Laport, E. DeGrazia, I. Hernpel, C. Peterson, B. Nawrocki, N. Perqelec, D. Witt. 406 Row 1: S. Young, B. Brenner, G. Cannizzo, M. Seaman, F. Russo, R. lrkfetz. Row 2: D. Arridt, G. Bobula, I. Bialek, H. Dittmer, D. Baird, I. Hop- pe. Raw 3: P. Barker, D. Kraft, A. Anderson, N. Bartelt, A. Weinberg M. Cucka. Row 4: I. Dombelc, C. Liv. ermore, T. Harte, C. Eldridge, R Kuhn, L. Gratz, Ft. Klausch. Row 5: M, Fisk, R. Boschelli, R. Schaefer, G. Winlcel, E. Palkensteiri, I. Kuhn, C Cox. 407 Row 1: A. Conoboy, E. Iorgensen, I. Sarizone, D. Creaer, L. Rottrnueller, I, Opaqer. Row 2: B. Miller, P. Holland, C. Goldsmith, V, Rirnnac, H. Skie, P. Ianasen. Row 3: R. Messersi, G. Hodowanic, D. Boeing, M. Sproveari, I. Schultz, G. Polzak. Row 4: W. Steskal, F. Carbonaro, I. Warren, D. Klenske, R. Christensen, P. Rockcas tie. Row 5: B. Lodwick, L. Olas, I. Kocol, H. Wie-setzke, S. Schoeferna, cher, M. Schenk, B. Mitchell. Seniaad 408 Row 1: G, Grabo, M. Brenner, I. Krl' ber, M. Vtfiencek, L. Katana, L, Erl- wards. ROW 2: T. Dyson, V. Stieb, M. Nelson, P. Greqorzelc, A, Estep, l. Keas. Row 3: L. Meisinqer, S. Serio, C. Sanzone, E. Buzinslci, B. Barrett, B. Kohut, R. Eineke. Row 4: D. Waltori, R. Paus, l. Bossi, B. Murphy, A. Stritzel, L. Kurka, B, Covelli. Row 5: D. Koller, A. Clausen, C. Iarzernbski, M. Cepielek, l. Branclson, I, Kresch, G. Kuhns, I, Perta. 409 Row 1: P. Dowling, S. Eide, B. Carl- son, A. Eriksen, l. Gaus, B. Leahy. Row 2: G. Tessaro, C. Kolb, P. Buck, B. Shalla, B. Koons, I. Kieffer. Row 3: l. Dorsen, E. Vossel, I. Salvo, B. Burgess, l. Kalinowslci, A. Brown. Row 4: W. Schmidt, R. Solka, B. Wit- te, A. Carlson, D. Klenslce, A. Ander- son. Row 5: G. Selof, E. Galvin, B. Stramaqlia, M. Krnet, L. Trinlcaus, A. Schrnuck, C. Peterson. 410 ROW 1: l. Minnicli, C. Miller, G. Ward, R. Seraiin, L. Swiderslci. Row 2: D, Lass, I. Berry, B. Sala, C. Grab ham, V. Viscuso. Row 3: T. Billings. R. Bartels, B. Nagy, M. Corso, l. Gian. cola, A. Kleiber. Row 4: E. Venuti, R, Buchweitz, l. lacobs, l. Hartmann, B. lacobson, C. Clifgard, B. Labus. Row 5: I. Moberq, H. Feclerow, S. Cleqhorn, P. Kilcoyne, B. Kotars, l. Boyd, E. Kvorlca, T. Alexander. Seniau 411 Row 1: C. Kraus, D. Wenia, B. Slink- man, G. Robaidek, S, Anderson. Row 2: D. Lucas, A. Heinernan, M. Mathi- son, I. Hale, I. Meadowcrofi. Row 3: F. Spiecker, D. Iohns, R. Spircoff, I. Saiava, E. Hackemer, A. von Helms. Row 4: D, Petersen, I. Kroll, R. Adri- an, D. Garber, B. Rogers. Row 5: A. Diprizio, M. Wermigh, D. Drake, R. Duclek, B. Sheilds, C. Hallinan, D. Ptasinski. 413 Row 1: G. Moretli, I. McManis, A. Sirusz, D. Kissel, I. Skoqen, D. l-lallas. How 2: R. l-lnat, F. Palmer, D. Noelte, L. Mader, I. Pauls, I. Koziarz. Row 3: I. Halloran, I. Thomson, E. Zaqorski, I. Zaleski, L. McGrath, H. Neiizel. Row 4: B. Tranter, W. Musylca, C. Milles, D. Snediker, F, Allen, L. Ma- rino, B. Iohnson, I. Lordats. Row 5: I. Moscinski, B. Leqones, D. Appel- hans, M. Kelion, Mrs. Haas, R. Sag- meisier, P. Skehan, M. Quigley, A. Tumolo. 414 Row 1: I. Rizzo, E. Endler, A. Her- bert, G. Barica, D. Duncan. Row 2: N. Abwencler, R. Lombardi, S. lroni- ma, L. Wilson, P. McLoughlin. How 3: A. Beiley, M. lvaska, I. Kuczma, M. Scalone, M. Tellschow. Row 4: E. Ericsen, W. Geiger, M. Schoenn, I. Byer, I. Panqborn, D. Lexow. Row 5: G. Rigoni, M. Iacobson, V. Gustafson, G. Luczak, R. Iarmacz, S. Bouillon, C. Christensen. Seniaad 415 Row 1: P. Gamble, B. McAuley, P, Green, I. Perry, M. Voqel. Row 2: D. De Cristoiaro, A. Mones, B. Rossi, M. Lentz, A. Widenmeyer. Row 3: A. Scarpelli, I. Di Pietra, B. Gibson, R. Balleto, R. Covelli, I. Pellicane. Row 4: B. Twine, C. Barndt, C. Senqstock, R. Nichols, l. lensen, l. Reqas, l. Loetz. Row 5: A. Perno, R. Riemeier, S. Mason, B. Lange, S. Kamarke, l. Weeqe, L. Burkliardt. 451 Row 1: S. Nahabedian, A. Welier, D. Gddsen, C. Bailey, L. Podesta. Row 2: A. Peterson, K. Musial, C. Runge, T. Donati, L. Iohnson. Row 3: G. A1- lan, F. Cattelino, I. Del Re, R. Kosin- slci, L. Sitl-io. Row 4: L. Wehdler, E. Munk, R. Clark, I. Brizzolara, A. Huskie, I. Lindgren, Row 5: D. Braclcer, A. Bellini, A. Conville, Mrs. Kelly, S. Larson, I. Campo, A. Wes- terberq. 452 Row 1: C. Cochiro, C. Emma, P. Mc' Cambridge, R. Sponholtz, L. Clamor. Row 2: l. Penley, A. Watanabe, I. Sorensen, N. Mrazek, M. B1nlcee.Row 3: H. Iohnson, D. McKay, H. Pauly, R. Thiede, M. Funk. Row 4: E. Le' Von, R. Medley, B. Blackmore, R. Dzieman, S. Lloyd, l. Pickett. Row 5: A. Andren, A. Boone, P. Lauter, L. Gunther, A. Carlsen, E. Hummelberq, V. Lambert. Seniaad Row 1: L. Niqro, T. Baitaqlia, H. Hodges, B. Pago, A. Priest. Row 2: O. Genuk, I. Olsen, N. Hlobik, E. Nadler, C. Oller. Row 3: I. Sundene R. Aeris, I. Persino, H. Besch, H. De1I'Aringa. Row 4: R. Liska, G. Savovich, C. DeH'Arinqa, P. Crisian- iiello, R. Turner. Row 5: I. Flam- mang, S. Kalakis, B. Edwards, Miss A. Sutherland, D. Leonard, P. Os- born, S. Kaaqe. 454 Row 1: I. Martin, P. DeVries, M. Oi- tenbacher, E. Martinek, S. Kruckow. Row 2: C. Marx, W. Karp, I. Maine- rek, W. Roses, R. Olszowka. Row 3: T. Fricano, R. Steiqerwald, O. Ho- mon, E. Granath. Row 4: M. Palese, K. Byrne, C. Purnell, V. Broms. Row 5: I. Iensen, E. Loerzed, A. Paqliar- dini, R. Bressan, L. Anderson. 455 Row 1: I. Remus, N. Spann, C. De Marco, C. Krawczak, G. Springer. Row Z: F. Crisiiano, V. Kasman, I. Stensenq, P. La Haye, R. Lasky. Row 3: V. Minerva, C. Stein, M. Fuqle, W. Holiensteiner. Row 4: P. Iohnson, R. Peacock, R. Lange, R. Habich, T. Rarnicone. Row 5: A. Tarpinian, I. Kiemie, C. Ielke, Mrs. Bertling, T. Naihansen, Z. Ruqq. I Seniafzfi 456 Row 1: M. Iohnson, L. Stuart, B. Han' sen, B. Casperson, V. Doyle. Row 2: I. Tyszko, A. Gooding, D. Rustehera, N. Stamos, M. Scarpelli. Row 3: E. Koziol, I. Bona, I. Doti, B. Kruse, B. Ostrowski, R. Schwed. Row 4: N. Honcharulc, C. Lindahl, B. Klenske, R. Clot, N. Savaiano, B. Franz. Row 5: M. Campbell, P. Meyers, O. Dou- manian, B. Meetz, l. Norlinq, H. Thomason, B. Sayre. 457 Row 1: V. Houdek, I. Musarave, C. Crihari, B. Armistead, E. Baqlian. Row 2: H. Tarraaano, F. D'Ascenzo, B. Borchardt, N. Austermuehle, P. Anderson. Row 3: I. Suerth, D. Epi- fano, M. Teich, E. Barahash. Row 4: A. Anderson, I. Kujala, I. McGuire, D. Burger, R. Bartel. Row 5: I. Za- patka, N. Walker, L. Sand, A. Burke, E. Burnie-r, M. Hudook. 458 Row 1: S. Iohnson, N. Norman, G. Kroeker, L. Bensen, B. Hess. Row 2: D. Monroe, B. Holy, G. Hepner, M. Olinski, E. Zehnder. Row 3: I. Byans, A. Haynes, I. Stevens, I. Acino. Row 4: R. Hayes, F. Sass, R. Wiaaen, B. Casey. Row 5: L. Klenk, L. Beta, R. Hirsch, B. Hirsch, T. Kasson. Qaacfaala gracluafed, Jaya are Amy onedg l0I"0Ifl'l5, funckeono, feud, ivy lafanfing anvfhnaffy gommencemenf exercided wiffaoon, Ae Auf dngering memoried. ,n L. I .:Q.' .57 "'.'-' v v ' Sig 'Nl fzacfuaied' efaaice . . . aeifmaay 0 44 of 7950 Upper left: Miss Annette Ornstein, Counsellor Center: Norma Walker, Vice-President Upper right: Robert Franz, President Lower left: Nancy Norman, Secretary Lower right: Allen Watanabe, Treasurer ,fm ugly :wtf MW .....--fr , t 4 ei? Qebmafuf 0 au Audrey Andren college minded Aud s no fraud where horses are concerned blonde boys are the recipients of her letters deplores late comers pie is her menu Press Star G A A Blossom Armistecxd , , . future stewardess will begin her climb in a nursery . . . loud bragging people will be excluded . . . Miss Boller is her sunshine . . . admires the good sport . . Advanced Swim Librarian Council G.A.A. Nancy Austermuehle . . . could die eating rye-bread . . . - kempt people dont meet Nancy's fancy . . , aspires to the art of herring eating , . . has the writing bug . . . Green Curtain, Press, Star, Snoopers, G.A.A. Elizabeth Baqlian . . . prefers Mrs. to Miss . . . car-riding is indis- pensable . . . thrives on chili and chicken . . . Carmella's persona- lity rates . . . mom and dad count . . . late claters get the gate . . . Office Service, Spanish, G.A.A. Carolyn Bailey . . . "Carol" will seek an honest, courteous chap among her church friends . . . jotting down courtroom data and evading double-crossers keep her busy . . . Miss Farr is above par . . . Choir, N.H.S. Elva Barabash . . . her North Western dreams will become night- mares if man's ego predominates . . . world-wide travel with pal who appreciates humor is her ambition . . . Mr. Bradley and ice cream are preferred stock . . . G,A.A., N.f-l.S, Robert Bartel . . . "Bob" chalks up pool as the Q. to his happiness . . . likes the name, "Marie" . . . wouldn't mind opening a piz- zaria shop of his own . . . broadminded people like Miss Orn- stein are welcome. Annabelle Bellini . . . she's out for the strong silent type who will hop the rhumba . . . Mrs. I-lege is her confidant . . . hopes her secretarial job will furnish her with meat balls . . . Mary is her pal. Lorraine Bensen . . . "Lorry" is sorry to leave Mr. Bradley . . relaxes, listening to records . . . success means everything . . . enjoys eating steak with "Ritz" and "Barb" . . . has no time for cigar-smokers . . . Hallguard, G.A.A. Lois Berq . . . bookworm "Lo" takes time out between chapters to raid the ice-box . . . college days beckon . . . mom is her ideal . . . Miss Landrigan tops teachers' list . . . Mixed Choir, Star, Lettergirls, Spanish, Voice, G.A.A. Herman Besch . . . drowsy "B" wakes up to greet Miss Sutherland, his favorite . . . he's awaiting a million dollar legacy . . . then he'll pick a neat tidy gal and forsake his corner pals . . . B.l.A. Marilyn Binkee . . . wholesome "Mickey" che-rishes chats with mom and Elva . . . homework has no fascination . . . college is alluring . . . has the travel bug . . . respects Mr. Frelich's judgment . . . Dardanelles, French, Lettergirls, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. William Blackmore . . . muscle-man "Blackie" gets his strength from lifting plates weighted with steak and mushrooms . . . deems fag-fiends unworthy of his friendship , . . favors Mrs. Crane . . . Hall Guard, Marshal, B.l.A. Irene Bona . . . "Reny" likes the navy color . . . her picture gal- lery includes Miss Landrigan and "Al" , . . to be successful is her paramount ambition . . . snubs tardy people . . . idolizes parents . . . Silver Streak, G.A.A. Audrey Boone . . . happy "Susie" spends her time on cheese- burgers . . . likes music with her meals . . . a kid behind the counter is her friend . . . vocal chords get a workout in Mr. Bradley's class . . . G.A.A. Manuel Acino . . . likes the pretty girls, but his car comes first . . . "Ioe's" dough goes for sports . . . chooses Mrs. Taglia as his favorite prof . . . ravioli is his dish . . . Lettermen. Maryann Addalia . . . "Anne" is a little doll on the ice . . . money-making typist squelches backbiters . . . devours potato salad . . . yellow is her color . . . prefers Miss Andrews . . . Star Staff, G.A.A. Robert Aerts . . . a friendly blonde who'll let "Lefty" be the listener and who'll furnish a convertible to shove him off to Lake Delavan where he'll eat pizza with Don is what this fellow wants . . . B.l.A. August Anderson . . . "Augie's" dental career will keep him drilling . . . thinks chicken is good "picken" . , . girls give him the "blues" . . . would like to give girl smokers the gas . . . hasn't met his ideal. Lois Anderson . . . tardy people better steer clear of "l..o's" milk depot . . . strong for sociable people like Mr. Bradley . . , likes black and blue . . . Pat's her chum and ma's her girl . . . Hallguard, G.A.A. Phyllis Anderson . . . jolly "Dolly" dives for ice cream at Hooker Lake . . . secretary's job is her life-saver . . . is always ready for her steady but prefers the gob . . . Dardanelles, Scandinavian, Knitting, G.A.A. Ronald Borchardt . . . Mr. Spikings is to Ron's liking . . . would engineer women drivers off the road . . . this veritable book- worm makes a homerun for chicken . . . admires people with high principles. Dolores Bracket . . . "Kitten" is smitten with roller skating and housekeeping . . . detests overalls but adores "Margie" and dad . . . blue is her color . . . Mrs. Kelly is her pet . . . Ariene is her pal . . . G.A.A. Rose Bressan . . . she, with the dancing feet, hopes to waltz into a good job . . . pedaling her bike gets her about . . . wouldn't mind having Mrs. Schwartz on the handle bars . , . Annual, Office, Fashion, G.A.A. lack Brizzolara . . .steak-eating, ice-cream face "Brizz" does his share of sleeping . . . says Mr. Bradley keeps him awake . . . likes the jingle of dollars . . . mom is his inspiration . . . B.l.A. Virginia Broms . . . "Ginny" is well oiled when it comes to paints . . . might sketch Dr. Bradley some day . . . commercial artist is her goal . . , deplores artificial people' . . . Dardanelles, Hall Guard, Knitting, Scandinavian, N.H.S., G.A.A. David Burger . . . he's the "Daisy" that goes for the well dressed lady . . . has no time for women smokers . . . this architect will consult Mr. Spikings about his plans . . . admires Wally Ahern. Anne Burke . . . blue eyed friendly boys who can measure up to Mr. Ramsey are "Dolly's" choice . . . breaks the record collecting them . . . no fags for her . . . Choir, Hall Guard, German, G.A.A. Edith Burnier . . . "Edie" admires Miss Haley . . . scorns the over- made up girl . . . her spiritual inclination leads her to the role of church organist , . . sews and skates for fun . . . Hi-C, Hall Guard, Lettergirls, G.A.A. lack Bycms . . . admires the girl with brains . . . checks out the girl smokers . . . puts his O.K. on Mr. Bradley . . . appreciates Mr. Bramkamp's dry wit . . . future big business man admits he Likes loafing. Iumes Byer . . . cookie maker lim blows his clarinet for more chicken . . . agreeable people who'll help him with math. rate . . . shuns "stuck-up" people . . . R. O. Band, Concert Band, Council, F.T.C., Hi-C, N.H.S. Kenneth Byrne . . . thinks girls in slacks will be lacking in smacks . . . prefers the athletic girl and "Wimpy" . . . wants to practice law , . . Miss Kinderman is his choice . . . Roy is the boy . . . B.l.A. Marilyn Campbell . . . cheerful Mickey doies on ltalian dishes . . . likes the green-eyed monsters . . . this water nymph enjoys happy people and sharp dressers . . . prizes Miss Farr's friend- ship . . . Green Curtain, G.A.A. Ianet Campo . . . an ambitious, thoughtful "he" can pop the gues- tion to "lan" . . . has no time for narrow-minded people . . . a pan of pizza decorated with shrimp and chicken sits before her . . .G.A.A. Arlene Carlsen . . . "jabbering" about her mom's chop suey and tardy people, and building dream castles consume "Ar's" leisure . . . prefers gray and blue attire . . . personality gets the OK. G.A.A. William Casey . . . quiet Bill has ear marks of a good husband . . . future Ma Casey dare not crack her gum . . . he'll take her roller-skating . . . as sales-manager he'll make a good provider. Betty Casperson . . . mom's Oldsmobile is the key to "Bees" hap- piness . . .Dr. Bradley gets a lift . . . she's all out for a job that interests her . . . Roller Skating, Library, First Aid, G.A.A. Frank Cuttelino . . . this television fan takes his setting-up exercises in the print shop . . . Mr. Nalecz is his guiding light . . . Peacock is his favorite bird . . . is looking for a little blonde cutie. Lolita Cldmor . . . "Lee" clamors to grow tall , . . Winning per- sonalities who will tolerate her chatter and refrain from gum cracking can share her chicken smothered pizza . . . Dardanelles, Council, Pre-Medios, G.A.A. Ray Clark . , . "Curly" checks out surly people . . . is prejudiced only to mom's chop suey and Mr. Bradley's humor . . . revels in harmonica performance . . . figures on C.P.A. position . . . Council, F.T.A., Civic Ticket. Richard Clot . . . "Tic Toc's" heart beat throbs for "Tuffy" . . . could sleep around the clock if it weren't for his zest for eating . . . has a desire to see Miss Barton some time. Concetta Cochiro . . . "Connie" doesn't let anyone in on her in- nermost thoughts . . . peeves she has none but does admit she craves pizza and admires mom and Mrs. Taglia . . . G,A.A. 59 fx I g ws? S axis, Arline Conville . . . "Ar," slow to criticize, will go far in writers' world . . . friendly people, like the Dreamers, count . . . mom is her pattern . . . Lettergirls, Editor in Chief of Star, Press, Green Curtain, Quill and Scroll, G.A.A. Anne Cooper . . . little "Annie's" chocolate craving might lead her to a big candy business . . . Mrs. Frey will be her head dipper . . . books keep her occupied . . . dad is her inspiration. Carmella Cribari . . . "Carm" sees no harm in her dog "Tag" . . . would lobby against snobby people . . . seeks Mrs. Taglia's advice on interior decorating . . . invites Mr. Swem to try mom's pizza . . . Council, Italian, G.A.A. Paul Cristantiello . . . "Chris," detester of homework, is at home on the green . . . restricts his taste to BQ. beef . . . anxious to see the world from sailboat deck . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . Green Curtain, Prom, B.l.A. Frank Cristiano . . . square shooters and neat dressers appeal to "Big Boy" . . . is cr slave to his car . . . mechanics come easy , . . this steak consumer casts aside women smokers . . . likes Mrs. Schwartz. Frank D'Ascenzo . . . father and Mr. Bradley are "Fritz's" pat- terns . . . would like to put snobbish girls on a boat . . . hopes to spend years with Coast Guards . . . on returning will pick a genial maiden . . . Key, Green Curtain. Cornelius Dell'Aringa . . . "Wacky" finds time to pal around with Tortellini , . . hopes to spend his leisure in the future counting his money . . . does not care to be in the public eye. Robert Del1'Arinqa . . . a beautiful dark haired maiden who will help collect stamps and demonstrate cosmetics in his drug store is Doc's prescription for his better half . . . free cokes to Mrs. Crane. Iohn Del Re . . . "the little elephant" has ears for Mr. Swem . . . has trunks full of good food . . .bad food disgusts him . . . riches are his goal . . . Lettermen, Football, Track, B,l.A. Carmella De Marco . . . "Dee" is insane about Laine's records . . , falls only for courteous boys . . . shags away loud "speakers" . . . mother is her guiding light . . . nursing seems to be her future . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Patricia De Vries . . . spaghetti eating is "Butch's" long suit . . . is looking forward to keeping house with sister and "Bob" . . . likes Miss Ornstein . . . conceited people annoy her . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. Theresa Donati . . . sunny Italy with "Fleet" as her state-room partner is Terry's dream when she's piling up her sleeping quota . . . will coax Mrs. Taglia along to prepare the spaghetti . . . G.A.A. Ioseph Doti . . . "Iunior" bowls a good game . . . spends time with kid brother . . . dotes on owning a night club . . . father will help . . . feminine smokers will be excluded . . . spaghetti will be served . . . Choir, Latin, Bowling. Ozzie Doumanian . . . "Oz" hopes he can acquire tons of ambition in the future so he'll have strength enough to devour his popcorn . . . mom's his friend . . . Lettermen, Baseball, Choir, Swim. Violet Doyle . . . "Vi" hopes to see her canine on television . . . Miss Silveri will be holding him . . . mom and dad will have front seats . . . hopes to net big money . . . German, G.A.A. Donald Drake , . . "Don" is still dubious about his life's ambition . . . Ma's house is home to him . . . has pleasant memories of the late Miss Lyon . . . detests bleached heads . . . packs in pizza. Reginald Dzieman . . . hopes to draw his salary drawing plans for buildings . . . smoking women are not to his liking . . . brother Hillard is his pal . . . "Reggie" picks Mr. Spiecker as favorite "prof." Barbara Edwards . . . "Babs" spiritual life finds her teaching Sun- day school . . . hopes to imitate l-lim . . . likes Miss Sutherland . . . character counts with her . . . conceit discounts . . . Latin, Press, Star, Quill and Scroll, Hi-C, G.A.A. Catherine Emma . . . "Katy" robs the cob of its corn . . . says it's good for her singing . . . swims away from unfriendly people . . . idolizes mom . . . favors Miss Farr . . . Voice, Music Appre- ciation, Choir, Green Curtain, Swim, Cheerleader, G.A.A. Daniel Epifano . . . fickle damsels keep "Epi" in a pickle . . . a girl easy to look at and a pizza-maker is his choice . . . college days lie ahead . . . Baseball, Basketball, Lettermen, B.l.A. Carl Fabian . . . a quiet corner and a good book satisfies this coming lithographer . . . wants nothing loud about him . . . thinks Mrs. Schwartz is precious . . . steaks and chops are good anytime . . . Bowling. 60 Qeiuaaaq Glam Maurice Funk . . . "Maurie" is right there when Nancy is around . . . his future will be a pressing engagement . . . bowling is his recreation . . . mom stands at the top . . . Miss Iacobek comes next. Olga Genuk . . . to live a worth while life is "Fish's" wish . . . ice cream melted or otherwise is OK .... courageous men are her pick . . . likes Miss Sutherland . . . German, Dardanelles, Choir, N.H.S. Aileen Gooding . . . this bookworm hopes to land a 54" muskie with dad as her witness . . . plain old bread and jam is tops with her . . . Dardanelles, Know Chicago, Travel, Library, Letter- girls, G.A.A., N.H.S. Eleanor Granath . . . "Els" fried chicken appetite gives her pep to arise early on holidays . . . airline secretary is her ambition . . . good humored boys who'll take her dancing rate . . . Dar- danelles, German, Fashion, lnterior Decorating, G.A.A. Lois Gunther . , . likes wine, but only the color . . . hamburgers score for her . . . will take dictation soon . . . Dr. Bradley is "Lo's" idea of somebody nice . . . conceits defeats everything . . . Dardanelles, N.H.S., G.A.A. Ronald Habich . . . "Ron" is not a girl fan . . . would rather concentrate on sports . . , mom and dad are sufficient company . . . the good conversationalist might pierce his heart . . . Mr. Henze is his pal . . . Lettermen, Beryl Hansen . . , "Smiley" smiles upon gentlemanly boys who enjoy good chili con carne . . . can qualify for good house- wife . . . prizes good books, good music and Mrs. Schwartz's friendship . . . mom is tops . . . G.A.A. Russell Hayes . . . a calm and collected girl who will wash win- dows and make him cheese sandwiches may apply as life partner in "Buss"' exclusive florist shop . . . handicraft articles will be a side-line. Alvin Haynes . . . noisy, gossipy girls will be unknown quantities in the life of "Alv," powerful mathematics wizard . . . is never blue when onions and steak are sizzling . . . F.T.A., Finance Com- mittee, B.l.A., Key. George Hepner . . . clean-cut chaps like "Ed" and smoke-evading girls gain favor with this rising television operator . . . "Tank" ranks French fries first . . . Miss Farr is above par . . . Hall Guard, B.l.A. Barbara Hess . . . has to confess that there's a steady "Eddy" . . . "Barb" craves success . . . prizes her "Holy" friendship and her lovely mom . . . can not tolerate ill manners or crudeness . . . Office, Annual, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Barbara Hirsch . . . good-natured people like Miss Farr attract "Barb," the college minded, Bar-B-Que beef eater who garbs her- self in green and yellow . . . "Beet" can't he beat . . . Dar- danelles, G.A.A. Rita: Hirsch . . . pop corn crunchers ought to be popped out of shows . . . "Bits" sits in on hen parties . . . morn and dad are the cream . . . Mr. Bradley advises world travel . . . Dardanelles, Hall Guard, Prom, G.A.A. Nancy Hlobik . . . this future bride hopes she will be blessed with twin daughters . . . Miss Sutherland will be the first to see them . . . maybe they'll be good singers . . . Skating, Office Service, G.A.A. Harry Hodges . . . "Gee Gee," major league aspirant, would never veto Vito . . . finds fun in chumming around with George and Chuck . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his ideal . . . blonde girls are in the lead . . . Baseball, B.l.A. Beverlee Faqo . . . specializes in photograph coloring and dates with "Dick" . . . giddy girls arent funny to "Bunnie" . , . first class housewife is heavenly role . . . Green Curtain, Swim, Letter- girls, President of G.A.A. Iacqueline Flammang . . . bowling is down "lackie's" alley . . . so is a juicy steak . . . meeting people comes easy . , . shuns poor sports . . . chooses Miss Selinger . . . avoids unfriendly, conceited boys . . . Dardanelles, Office Service, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Philma Fox . . . "Phil" never seems to get her fill of chicken and pizza . . . Mrs. Frey is her honey-bunch . . . mom is her idol . . . loves to while away moments dancing . . . Dardanelles, Pan American, Council, G.A.A. Robert Franz . . . "Bobs" airy notions will lead him to an engi- neering job . . . brunettes who will serve him gobs of apple pie can be his stewardess . . . hazel eyes are his preference . . . Football, Key, B.l.A., Pres. Tom Fricano . . . Tom's the fellow who'll brush his way through life . . . likes paint, but not on girls . . . mom is his pride . . . Mr. Weaver comes next . . .Cross Country, Lettermen, Track, Italian, B.l.A. Marlin Fugiel . . . "Marty" classes gum crackers as "smarties" . . . how he longs to touch that diploma! K . . will even give up his onion-smothered steak the day he gets it . . . admires Mrs. Bertling. Qedmafuf 0 au Martha Hudock . . . "Mart" spends her pennies with Lenney at swanky chapeau shops . . . has a lisp for sale . . . headed for Illinois . . . likes Mrs. Zwicky and chocolate donuts . . , Dar- danelles, Silver Streak, Prom, G.A.A., N,H.S. Elaine Hummelberg . . . pop is "Buggsy's" pal , . . thinks kid brothers are nuisances , . . college days are in the offing . . . believes laughing is good pastime . . . chicken dumplings leads all dishes . . . Hall Guard, Dardanelles, G.A.A. Alan Huskie . . . natural acting people, like mom, dad and Mr, Feldman will benefit from Al's clarinet concerts . . . will arrange to have loud mouths bounced . . . will help Rich try out his dance arrangements . . . B.I.A. Don Isakson . . . "Ike" will raise a monument to Swedish meat balls . , . horseback riding and baseball stimulate his inventive mind . . . roller skating is out . . . B.l.A. Constance Ielke . . . "Connie" will pursue medical technician course . . . wolves will get the needle . . . soup to nuts is her menu . . . prefers Miss Landrigan . . . Choirs, Dardanelles, Pan American, Spanish, G.A.A., N.H.S. lean Iensen . . . "leans" like is "Ike" . . . she's a girl of few' words and keeps her ambitions and her peeves a deep secret . . . Know Chicago, Travel, Dardanelles, Lettergirls, Civic Ticket, G.A.A., N.H.S. Harold Johnson . . . "Swedes" feed is any kind of food , . . future pill-pusher links his friendship to Rudy . . . conceited people will be barred from his golf exhibitions , . . Lettermen, Golf, Football. Lucille Iohnson . . . you'll be reading her canine poetry soon . . Mrs. Triebel is her favorite . . . "Lu's" strong for blue . . . cheerful, not tearful lads and lassies rate . . . no late people will work in her store. Marlys Johnson . . . homework gives "Mar" the "blues" . . . chicken chases them away . . . mom puts her in good humor . . .so does her gang . . . Silver Streak, Green Curtain, Student Council, Hall Guard, Snooper, Spanish. Phillip Iohnson , . . pig-skin frolic suits Phil to a T . . . looks to Miss Sutherland for advice . . . has a buddy named Kruse who helps him consume sizzling steaks . . . is loyal to silver and green. Shirlee Johnson . . . mom ranks first . . . drive-in theatres get a Workout . . . anxious to assume role of wife . . . taboos bleached hair . . . admires Mrs. Watson . . . looking for a Plymouth owner . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Sylvia Kaaqe . . . "Red" hopes to peek into Mexico for material for her book . . . will feature the "Dreamers" . . . Green Curtain, Pan American, Carrot Tops . . . Dardanelles, Quill and Scroll, Star, Press, G.A.A., N.H.S, Sophie Kalakis . . . devours good books like she does Bar-B-Q pork . . , appreciates Miss Sutherland's friendliness . . . consult her for interior decorating suggestions . . . suggests yellow and grey as good combination . . . G.A.A. Walter Karp . . . "Wallys" store will be opened to Mr. Ruzicka and Harry H .... friendliness will be his slogan . . . his signs will be in green and orange . . . Know Chicago. Virginia Kasman . . . Arizona Ginny has a corner on reading . . . runaway bus drivers get a tongue lashing . . . mom is fault- less . . . Mr. Bradley ranks first . . . he's personality plus . . . Dardanelles, Rifle, Lettergirls, N.H.S. Gloria Hoeller . . . "Glo's" dough goes for accordian lessons . . . math. prof. is her ambition . . . looks on smoking as a vicious habit . . . hails the strong silent male . . . devours pump- kin pie , . . Dardanelles, F.T.A., G.A.A. William Hollensteiner . . . "Bill" could croak eating frog-legs . . . will talk to the world from the pulpit . . . gum throwers will get the first sermon . . . parish will go broke feeding him . . . Key. Roberta Holy . . . wedding bells sound good to "Bobbe" . . . men minus manners make her see "Red" . . . rearing a foot- ball team is her ambition . . . warbling comes easy . . . Council, Choir, Latin, Voice, G.A.A., N.H.S. Olqa Homon , . . ice-cream eating Olga will attract attention with her fashion illustrations . . . thinks all teachers are swell . . . caters to the tall lean male . . . Carol and loyce are tops . . . Rifle Team, G.A.A, Nick Honcharuk . . . "Iunior" thinks mom is above par . . . Kruse is a good birdie . . . smoking gals are bogies to this future professional golfer . . . Swim, Golf, Lettermen, Hall Guard, Stage Crew, Spanish, B.I.A. Vivien Houdek . . . "hot-dog," says she, "here comes Mrs. I-lege, my favorite teacher, and she has a comptometer job for me" . . . "Viv" can't live without her girl friends, Marian Scarpelli, espe- cially . . . G.A.A. f ..., ,.-..,. Y 1 if Tula Kasson . . . the tea leaves show a renowned pianist and artist . . . no procrastinators are present . . . mom sits in first place . . . Mr, Bradley takes second . . . Clean-cut boys are there . . . G.A.A., N.l'l.S Ianet Kiemle . . . high up on the Alps of Switzerland, a box of Fannie May's on the cliff, far removed from snobs, Miss Ornstein as her guide is Ian's pan of happiness. Lorraine Klenk . . . "Speedy" performs on the rink and on the courts . . . despises homework . . . yearns to teach piano . . . seeks tall dark male students . . . idolizes mom and dad . . Riding, Roller Skating, G.A.A. Rogers Klenske . . . "Bog" holds highest respect for "Morpheus" . . . Elmhurst ice cream and Chicago hamburgers click . . . visions himself sitting in millionaire row . . . metallic blue is his favor- ite color. Marcel Kcnecki . . . "Marc" looks upon excessively "made-up" girl as a farce . . . this fisherman has his hook out for his own business . . . would beg for Peg . . . admires dad and Mr. Bradley . . . Football. Ronald Kosinski . . . coming store proprietor, "Butch" is out to get woman drivers . . . fussing around cars makes raids on his time . . . juicy apple pie chases away the "blues" . . . prizes Mr. Swem. Edwin Koziol . . . money-mad "Ed" has a hard time extricating himself from bed . . . thinks tardy girls are "dope-s" . . . approves of short bobs and pizza . . . greenbacks are his favorite colors . . . Polish. Gerry Krawczak . . . handsome George is her best boatswain . . . housewifery climaxes her ambition . . . cultured gentlemen are preferred . . . Fox Lake is popular sojourn . . . Green Curtain, Civic Ticket, Silver Streak, N.H.S., G.A.A. Grace Kroeker . . . thinks swimming is good for thinning . . . housewife ambition is her goal , . . vows she'll never serve "Al" hard butter . . . airplane riding keeps her spirits up . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. Shirley Kruckow . . . talkative boys who'll refrain from head- tapping and who will appreciate a good housewife can go prome- nading with "Peanuts" . . . mom is her ideal . . . Office, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Robert Kruse . . . call "Bob," future pettifogger for advice on baseball rules . . . mom is his right prop . . . Miss Sutherland is his left one . . . German, Hall Guard, Spanish, B.O.T.C., Fire Marshal, B.l.A. Carol Kryzak , . . misplaced eye brows on the opposite sex per- turbs "Chris" . . . cooking chicken for a "Tommy" will be a pleas- ure . . . dotes on double-dating with Mickey and George . . . Choir, G.A.A. Iohn Kuiala . . . blonde, blue-eyed girl who will tolerate his canine and promise she'll never drive a car, and will specialize in flaky pies will be chosen as his better half . . . admires Miss Sutherland. Margaret La Haye . . . "Peggy" would like to decapitate bleached blondes . . . a nook and a book and an occasional number on the piano is her pattern of life . . . favors Mr. Ramsey and Mrs. Bertling , . . Hi-C. Virginia Lambert . . . Chop-suey "Ginny" wields the painter's brush . . . will charm readers with her novels . . . has admiration for brainy men . . . mother is her dream-girl . . . detests conceit . . . "Bob" is the gob . . . G.A.A. Robert Lange . . . "Bob" is eager to get through college . . . good music and quiet girls make harmony for him . . . pizza is his favorite nutrition . . . Mr. Spikings is his pick . . . German. Shirlee Larson . . . "Kitty's" ditty is, "One More Spare Rib" . . . will name her pet pink-nosed cat, "Eddy" . . . feline lovers are always welcome . . . purrs sweetly for mom and Mrs. Kelly. Lcis Lasky . . . "Lo's" beau must be well groomed . . . this seam- stress would like to pin up stuck-up girls . . . she's good at bast- ing chickens , . . motor-cycle gets her about . . . Mr. Bradley gets a ride. Patricia Lauter . . . "Pat" dreams of housekeeping with a tall dark "fella" as the breadwinner . . . admires Miss Farr . . . adores morn . . . believes tardiness is a definite drawback . . . "Babs" agrees with her . . . Choir, G.A.A. Melvin Lawrenz. Ir .... "Mel" pel-mels off to the theatre for dra- matic hints . . . reads to further his actor talent . . . offers Miss Farr complimentary tickets . . . gum crackers jar his sensitive nerves . . . Green Curtain. Dorothy Leonard . . . "Lenny's" pennies go for horseback riding . . . mom and Miss Sutherland are her favorites . . . pizza eating does not interfere with her acting . . . Green Curtian, Dardanelles, Council, Choir, Prom, N.H.S., G.A.A. 63 i Ernest Le Von . . . "Ernie" is determined to win the loafing race . . . will even sacrifice his homework . . . hopes apple pie is the prize . . , beauties and blondes are his preference . . . Council, Track, Cross Country, N.H.S. Clarence Lindahl . . . "Spike's" ambition is to model mattresses . . . priggish people get the knife . . . chicken eating makes this lad glad . . . favors Mr. Swem and Mr. Holm . . . prefers red attire . . . Key club. Ierry Lindgren . . . it takes more than sleeping and eating, "Ierry," to climb ladder of success . . . steaks help . . . good personality counts . . . conceited women are ruled out . . . Foot- ball, Lettermen, B.l.A., Parking Lot Police. Richard Liska . . . beware of "Dick", coming F.B.l. officer . . . he's out after feminine smokers . . . mother and dad are the best . . . looking for a future of ease . . . Band, Campus Crew, Orchestra. Stephen Lloyd . . . "Woody's" dog is his all . . . hot-tempered women had better hide . . . buy your gas at his station . . . Miss lacobek will get free service if she brings him pizza . so will Vicky. Eileen Leerzel . . . "Ei's" first graders will learn about baseball . . . she'll serve the little ones black cows at recess . , . pans umpires . . . Mrs. Schwartz is sympathetic and lo is her friend . . . Council, Hall Guard, G.1X.A, Ioyce Mczlherek . . . an athletic boy who will pounce on late people may get first aid from this future nurse . . . thinks Mr. Bradley would like mom's sponge cake . , . Choir, Lettergirls, Orchestra, G.A.A. Ieannine Martin . . . " Ieannie's" ideal has "personality plus" . . . nursing is her career . . . Mr. Bradley is her pick . . . Silver Streak, Dardanelles, Pre-Medics, Red Cross, Hall Guard, Knit- ting, G.A.A. Elizabeth Martinek . . . food-loving "Liz" sees red when buses make her late . . , mom rises to her defense . . . friendly boys rnake a hit . . . Dardanelles, Red Cross, Library, German, Pre- Medics, N.H.S., G.A.A., Silver Streak. Charles Marx . . . drafting, not grafting is turkey eating Chucks life problem . , . keeps ears glued to radio for hints on pizza mak- ing . . . would be delighted to share his plate with Mrs. Triebel. Patrick McCabe . , . "Pat" never balks when he gets the cue to shoot . . . this golf fan links love to a neat lassie . . . freight will move fast when this traffic manager gets going . . . Golf, B.l.A. Patricia McCambridge . . . "Mac" packs fun in eating ma's home- made bread . . . is "Eddy" her steady? . . . wouldn't mind house- wife duties . . . admires strong athletic boys . . . G.A,A. Iames McGuire . . . the feminine chatter-box who will hire him as her foodtaster is what Mac is looking for . . . thinks Miss Thorsson would suit . , . he's a great chicken consumer . . . Pan American. Dale McKay . . . social girls who act their age suit "Mickey," the champion corn beef and cabbage eater . . . Ioyce is his choice . . . picks Mrs. Triebel as his favorite . . . craves the easy life. Richard Medley . . . "Rich," the unusual, finds homework a pleas- ure . . . wants success in all undertakings . . . friendly cute girls who do not smoke are tops . . . Mrs. Young is outstanding , . . Football, German, Senior Prom. Betty Lou Meetz . . . gum-crackers are bugbears to "l..ettybou" . . . keeping her figures straight is her ambition . . . consuming ice cream with fair Wally is her pastime . . . Civic Ticket Repref sentative, Symphony Orchestra, G.A.A., Dardanelles, N.H.S. George Messenger . . . future Mrs. M. must be as gocd a cook as mom and Miss Sutherland . . . hopes to have a rousing time at college browsing in its library . . . goes for odd styles . . . N.H.S. Patricia Meyers . . . "Pat" dances in her sleep . . . knuckle crackers awake her . . . airy notions invade her mind . . . grandma's dumplings help tip the scale . . . likes humorous folk like Mr. Bradley . . . G.A.A. Vito Minerva . . . the friendly neat gal who will promise to attend baseball games with him and eat mom's spaghetti will get the diamond, provided she smokes not . , . italian, Key tPres.J, N.H.S. CPres.l, B.l.A. David Monroe . . . lucky for the quiet miss who captures "Davey's" heart . . . this coming chef will relieve wife of kitchen mechanics . . . chicken dishes will be his specialty . . . slow people need not patronize him. Elmer Munk . . . "Biscuits" keeps the roller rink hot . . . this future baker takes the rolling-pin to stuck-up girls . . . willing workers take the cake . . . that certain party gets the wedding cake . . . Rifle. 64 Zledwafuf Glau Inez Norlinq . . . "lnie's" refined nature appreciates classical music . . . Mrs. Triebel's manner has guieting effect . . . she falls flat for moms pancakes . . . Dardanelles, Office Service, Spanish, Scandinavian, G.A.A., N.l'l.S. Nancy Norman . . . "Nan" pans the juvenile "fellas" . . . future nurse takes hat off to beautiful voices . . . needles away at knit- ting . . . mom and dad are pearls . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Lettergirls, Hall Guard, Swim, G.A.A., N.H.S. Dolores Oddsen . . . globe-trotter "Dee" avoids flashy colors, but stuffs herself with hot dogs . . . pink is her color . . . Mrs. Kelly is her pal . . . swoons over the handsome athlete . . . G.A.A. Marie Olinski . . . hamburger kid, "Murphy," prefers dates as favorite fruit . . . things aren't dull when "Tull" is there . . . hopes Mr. Spiecker will help her find a secretarial job . . . Hall Guard, Green Curtain, G.A.A. Carol Oller . . . truth twisters receive frigid glances from this col- legefminded, fried shrimp eater . . . it seems she sews and paints . . . mother is her theme song . . . Dardanelles, Pre-Medics, French, Finance Committee, G.A.A. Ioann Olsen . . , "lo" likes to get her intellectual teeth into pop- corn . . . sews and reads for pastime . . . hopes to be a weaver of words . . . Star feditorl, Dardanelles, Office, Hall Guard, Ouill and Scroll, N.H.S., G.A.A. Richard Olszowka . . . "Dick" would duck all girl smokers . . . millionaires life attracts him but late people distract him . . . has great respect for Mr. Bradley . . . model building takes his time . . . Officers, Polish, Model Ftailroad. Patricia Osborn . . . "Oz" likes Mr. Bradley's wise remarks . . . bouncing on a horse's back makes fun for her . . . future ranch owner elects athletic type . . . bossy people are ostracized . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, N.H.S., G.A.A. Robert Ostrowski . . . "Bob," connosieur of good food, passes hours viewing television . . . his interest lies in sailors life . . . hopes to pull an heiress on board . . . conceited humans annoy him , . . B.l.A. Mariorie Ottenbacher . . . future housewife "Marty" anticipates marriage with a good humored boy who will let her have Dolores as bridesmaid . . . absolutely against overall clad girls . . . Miss Ornstein is good company . . . G.A.A. Adeline Pagliardini . , . out with the accordion and on with the pizza, Adeline has arrived with her favorite teacher, Miss Ornstein . . . dedicates her first number to dad, her ideal . . . G.A.A. Howard Pauly . . . home on a farm with Dolores as his rummy opponent is "Howdy's" idea of fun . . . teasers will never get to milk his cows . . . will invite Mrs. Armitage to the first harvest. Robert Peacock . . . "Bobs" feathers bristle when feminine smokers draw nigh . . . wild and Wooly west where he'll have loads of room to operate on cars is this fellows ambition . . . Mrs. Schwartz is tops, Iames Penley . . . dumb "Doras" and wise-cracking "guys" give "Pen" a pain . . . seeks success . . . ask Miss Silveri for the recipe . . . "Rosie" gets the posies . . . square-dealers rate . . . so does Slezak , . . B.l.A. Louis Persino . . . "Lovie," all American tinker man makes old houses like new . . . seeks Miss Sutherland's advice . . . comical people who keep their troubles to themselves fascinate him . . . success is his watchword. lean Musgrave . . . "leanne" halts her windoweshopping for malts , . . positive people are negatives to her . . . musical career strikes a cordant note . . . is in the pink of condition when Carol comes . . . Orchestra, Pan American, G.A.A. Kenneth Musial . . . he's long on short stories . . . "Ken's" yen is for steaks and French fries . . . there's a petite blossom in his life . . . Lettermen, Track, Cross Country, Sports Reporter, B.l.A. Elaine Nadler . . . woe to conceited people when bookworm "E" gets her tall, dark, hazel-eyed boy friend after them . . . reaches for success . . . Barbara is her pal . . . Etiquette, G.A,A. Sema Nahabedian . . . "Shorty" would like to loaf until forty . . . hopes to get even with bus-shovers . . . fried chicken sputters for her . . . Miss Farr is like a melody . . . French, Office Service, G.A.A. Theresa Nathansen . . . merry "Terry" spends jovial days singing with Lia . . . hopes for leading role in a musical comedy . . . moms potato salad is delectable . . . would give Mr. Swem a sample . . , Green Curtain, GAJX. Lia Niqro . . . "Lee's" ambition will be tied up in writing exciting stories on the Cubs, her favorite team . . , "Tree" is her sun- shine . . . appeases appetite with spaghetti . . . Star fliditorl, Quill and Scroll, Dardanelles, N.H.S., G.A.A. ded Glam Frank Radosta . . . would like to scale the musical ladder to fame . , . dad is his inspiration . . . never sickens of chicken , . . good conversationalists please "Franjosk" . . . is a good sitter in jam sessions . . . Choir. Tony Ramicone . . . "Big Ton," the horseman, gallops off in search of well groomed girls . . . doesn't admire the outspoken person . . . puts his bet on Miss Ornstein . . . dad is his ideal. Ioan Remus . . . roller-skating "lo-lo" has the California bug . . . hopes to convince mom and dad . . . Miss Farr will be invited . . . chicken is her bill of fare . , . dark handsome boys are tops . . . G.A.A. Iames Rich . . . "lim's" l.ife's ambition is centered around teach- ing in Gym department . . . talkative people get on his nerves . . . quiet maidens like his mother suit him . . . always has an appetite for hot-dogs. William Roses . . . blushing Bill would fly far to see his favorite music teacher . . . hasn't yet piloted his thoughts in the girl direc- tion . . . is looking for a congenial pal who likes steak. Zenta Rugg . . . scampering with "Rusty" makes "Dusty" husky . . . smoking and drinking are banned in her future Northwood summer resort . . . clean cut friendly outdoor lovers appeal . . . Nature Study, Riding, Movie and Magazine, G.A.A. Carol Runge . . . seeks perfection on the typewriter . . . declares the rinks chase the kinks . . . could die dancing . . . abhors lazy bones . . . likes Mr. Bradley and French fries . . . Dardanelles, Council, N.l'l.S. Dolores Rusteberq . . . mom's cookery and dad's driving keep "Doe" on her toes . . . is just dippy about "Tippy," her dog . . . is a television sitter . . . Designing, Interior Decorating, G.A.A., N.l-LS. La Verne Sand . . . once a week drivers irk "Lee," coming nurse . . . food of all kinds appear on her diet list . . . always feels better when she gets Don's letter , . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. Board. Fred Sass . . . guiet girl who doesn't "ritz" "Fritz" registers with this future Post Office employee . . . dad, mom and Edgar don't mind him snoozing . . . sees green when ladies' smoke gets in his eyes. Nick Savaiano . . . a fair blonde fares well with "Nick" who thinks Miss Sutherland is superior . . . frowns on girls who string fellows along . . . aims to be successful . . . Football, Let- termen. George Savovich . . . sociable, mild people like Louis are wel- come to share in "Savoy's" business success . . . keeps company with Morpheus . . . admires Miss Sutherland . . . he's blue when skies are grey. Barbara Sayre . . . "Babs," future florist, has colorful designs on "Pat" . . . Mr, Bradley gets the orchids . . . tardy people get the weeds . . . genuine people are sought . . . Prom, Choir, Chess, Student Council, G.A.A. Marian Scarpelli . . . for face lifting and brain molding consult "Mare," lover of beauty and intelligence . . . eating pizza with Mrs. Taglia and talking with mom is pleasant pastime . . . Let- tergirls, Knitting, GAA. Virginia Schuhrke . . . "Virg" has the urge to lay low the know- it all . . . hopes Mrs, Hadley will help her . . . mom and dad are her pets .... nursing is her calling . . . Pre-Medics, G.A.A. Al Peterson . . . "Pete's" millions will go up in smoke if the girl smokers get at them . . . sports mean everything . . . Musial and Mr. Bradley come in for praise . . , Football, Track, B.l.A. Iames Pickett . . . beware of "Red," he'll sell you anything . . . has his eye peeled for the ambitious Miss . . . Mrs. Crane and Mother Pickett are the chosen ones . . . has fun on the rink . . . N.f-LS. Lucille Podesta . . . snooping "Lou" has a nose for journalism . . . Mrs. Taglia furnishes leads . . . young children keep her occupied . . . missing dead-lines makes her frantic . . . Dardanelles, Star, Snooper, F.'l'.A., Press, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Arlene Priest . . . "Little One's" heart is in lapan . . . longs for a wardrobe overflowing with clothes . . . sharp dressers get the "once over" . . . cuddles up to sister Lois . . . picks Mrs. l-lege . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Carol Purnell . . . "Stuff's" extensive wardrobe makes choosing difficult . . . snarls at unkempt hair . . . will empty her coffers to travel . . . lively people like Miss Farr are a pleasure . . . Prom, Ring Committee, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Stanley Pytell . . . "Stash" won't let the gum-chewing girls watch his television or sample his baking, unless they like sauerkraut and Mrs, Bertling . . . S64 question, "Who is his pal?" . . . Polish, E.l.A. 9 Ronald Schwed . . . if you know your groceries, you'll trade at "Ron's" market . . . loud girls can't "chew the fat" at his counters . . . prize steaks go to Miss Sutherland and Mrs. Frey. Leonard Sitko . . . sleep is "Len's" middle name . . .this gold- digger wants a beautiful girl . . . would rather eat caviar than work . . . conceited girls are not welcome . . . wouldn't mind retiring at twenty-five . . . Choir, Prom. Ioan Sorensen . . . a happy married life with a neat bungalow of her own, spare time for dancing and a deep freeze of pizza and steak appeal to this punctual lass . . . G.A.A. Naomi Spann . . . girls with fake smiles need not seek "Omie's" friendship . . . to walk the straight and narrow path with Mrs. Bertling is her mode of life . . . cheeseburgers give her energy . . . Spanish, Choir, l-li-C, G.A.A. Rita Sponholtz . . . bleached blondes fade out of "Reefs" life . . . eating is her pastime . . . dotes on football games . . . battling with the typewriter will be her livelihood . . . orchids to Mr. Ruzicka . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Georgia Springer . . . "lo" is a "hum-dinger" on the roller rink and motor-cycle . . . hopes to race through college soon . . . will feast on banana pie . . . like Mrs. Bertling . . . Dardanelles, French, G.A.A., N.H.S. Nick Stamos . . . pockets a-jingle with cash, steak in the pan, Sam Snead and Mr. Bradley close by and a comfortable bed handy spells paradise for Nick . . . Golf, Letttermen, B.l.A. Rudy Sieigerwald . . . good natured Rudy is noted for his calm disposition . . . nothing matters much as long as his bread basket is kept filled and he has enough cash in his jeans to bowl . . . Bowling. Charles Stein . . . a taunt to California with Steve would please "Chuck" . . . reconditioning cars is his pastime . . . mad drivers should be muzzled . . . Mrs. Bertling is so understanding . . . Camera, Hall Guard, B.l.A. lean Stenseng . . . future petticoat surgeon would like to operate on characterless, ill-mannered fellows . . . will mold her life after Him . . . she's handy with the needle . . . Dardanelles, Hi-C, Pre-Medics, G.A.A., N.H.S. Iames Stevens . . . future sales manager, "lim," dotes on sitting around with a "mousey" little feminine . . . likes steaks and chops, but can't tolerate girl smokers who haven't learned the art . . . favors Miss lacobek. Laurel Stuart . . . "Pat's" dead against hair bleachers . . . looks forward to campus capers . . . Mrs. Armitage and mom are her best pals . . . modest people like her brother get attention . . . blue becomes her. Iames Suerth . . . Keith and Dave are his pie-eating companions . . . "Butch" likes to meet blondes on the dance floor . . . dad is his inspiration . . . has the business bug . . . Key, Band. John Sundene . , . "lacks" ideal is Captain Ketcham . , . right at home with French fries and juick steaks . . . thinks Miss Suth- erland is understanding . . . fussing with his car affords pastime . . . Cfficers' Club, N.H.S. Aznif Tarpinian . . . "lo" and "Gin" won't have ulcers if Az works her wonder diets on them . . . is allergic to over-dressed women . . . "Vic" is the pick . , . Dardanelles, French, Fixit, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Haimico Tarraqano . . . blondes will get good "buys" from "Hi" when he opens his department store . . . Miss Landrigan will get good discount . . . will televise his bargains . . . Pan American, Editor of Annual, Chess, Band, N.H.S. Maxine Teich . . . saddle-back "Mac" will round-up a ranch with Pat and "El" . . . appoints mom and dad as caretakers . . . con- ceited people will be lassoed . . . caters to spare ribs . . . Annual, Dardanelles, GAA. Roy Thiede . . . "Moose" would like to hang the nocse on "big wheels" . . . his traveling fancies will take him places . . . likes to meet jolly girls , . . will share his pizza with Mrs. Schwartz . . . Bowling. Helen Thomason . . . "Kittens" sittin' pretty when chicken is around , . . profanity is loathsome . . . doing the Lord's work is wholesome . . . thinks Mr. Bradley is an admirable character . . . skates for recreation , . . N.l'l.S., G.A.A., l-li-C, Dardanelles, Richard Turner . . . hiking and biking, televisioning and piloting, avoiding "sriooty" girls, plunging into plurn dumplings is "Reds" way of life . . . favors Miss Sutherland . . . is "dippy" about Tippy . . . prefers the quiet type . . . Shutter Bugs. Norma Walker . . . "lamie," the swimmer, will drown herself with education . , . hopes to use it on the "kids" . . . seeks Mr. Bradley's advice . . . she's the ice-cream face gal . . . Dardanelles, Letter- girls, Green Curtain, GAA., N.l-l.S, 67 Allen Watanabe . . . "Al," Steinmetz thorough-bred, stars in bowling . . . despises teasing . . . has a jewel of a job . . . Star members are his staff of life . . . Class Treasurer, Key Club, Star, French, Quill and Scroll, Bowling. Adele Welter . . . shuns the crab . . . seeks the good sport . . has no quarrel with work . . . appreciates Mrs. Triebel . . loves to eat . . . adores mom . . . specializes in swimming . . G.A.A. Le Roy Wendler . . . "Rod's" fame will spring from game . . . this future game warden assails the game hogs . . . hails quail as his food choice . . . is hapPY with "Stormy" . . . likes Mrs. Kelly . . . Baseball. Alice Westerberq . . . "Al's" pal is her church . . . roller-skating is her recreation . . . careless drivers irk her , . . nursing is her vocation . . .advises rare roast beef diets . . . idolizes parents . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. Alexander White . . . "Pat's" first name bothers him . . . retire- ment at twenty-five seems good to him . . . blue is his color . . . blondes are his choice . . . mom is his ideal . . . Letterrnen, Track, Cross Country. Ralph Wiqqen . . . world-wide cruising with blue sky above and filet de sole Marguery aboard and his favorite blonde reading to him is "Wiggie's" idea of pleasure . . . Latin, Red Cross, Key, B.l.A., N.l-l.S. Ronald Wozny . . . "Ron's" custom made car will keep this sleep- ing beauty from drowsing . . . wise-crackers disgust him . . , French fries and steak make a hit . . . Mrs. Gehant is his favorite. Iohn Zapatku . . . "Iohnnie" will consult his pal, Mr. Baker, how to make millionaire row . . . playing football and baseball works up appetite for pork chops and hamburgers . . . appreciates friendly people, especially Bob and Frank. Eleonore Zehnder . . . "El" refuses to play the piano for rude boys . . . chili, mom and pop add sparkle to her life . . , office work attracts her . . . appreciates humor . . . Guard, Office, Orchestra, G.A.A. George Allan Glenn Anderson Anthony Battaglia Ioan Bolstead Ioseph Di Leonardi Nancy Mrazek NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Michael Palese Michael Rossi Ralph Sarley lean Tyszko Douglas Youmans loseph Zumpano Pilalfing, Me Nffam af june Glam of 1950 Upper left: Miss Agnes Polko, Counsellor Cenierz Robert Krus, Vice-President Upper right: Lorry Kurlco, Presideni Lower left: Emo Forlkerisiein, Secretory Lower right: William McMahon, Treosurei B9 une Gland Lorraine Anda . . . "Tully," the office girl, won't be stubborn about having pizza at Bruno's with tall handsome lack as her pal . . . "Barb's" there, too . . . mom's tops . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Dorothy Andersen . . . "Dottie" won't share her chicken with snobs . , . will travel on horseback with mom and Miss Gehant . . . Carol and "lan." are on her blue list . . . Cooking, Science, G.A.A. Armond Anderson . . . deep thinker Andy spends leisure detect- ing counterfeit bills . . . would like to analyze minds of nosey people . . . admires Mrs. Young . . . Einstein is his pattern . . . quiet girls are his choice. Barbara Anderson . . . "Bobbie's" hubby must not swear or smoke . . . suggests that he learn to roller skate . . . he had better like ice cream and sparkle with personality . . . Hi-C, G.A.A. Robert Anderson . . . "Andy" is handy when hot spiced food is shared with Miss Rehm . . . this "chem" wizard brushes off "painted" faces . . . needs elbow-room to entertain Bob and lim . . . shuns clubs . . . N.H.S. Shirley Anderson . . . mystery story reader, "Shorty," adores those crew cut "hair-dos" on jolly, athletic boys . . . getting along with folk is her aim in life . . . is "palsy-walsy" with Grace and lanet . . . Choir, G.A.A. Shirley Anderson . . . mystery shrouds her ambition . . . mother is fairest woman . . . she's a competent swimmer . . . false peo- ple are avoided . . . admires Mr. Henze and Mr. Frelich . . . clean-cut boys may consume her strawberry ice cream . . . Choir, G.A.A. Angie Andriano . . . music is the center of Ang's life . . . Mr. Feldman encourages her . . . mom and Barbara help her over the hard parts . . , could slay people who open her mail . . , G.A.A. Dolores Angarolo: . . . Wants to excel in the culinary art . . . hopes to win a good-humored fellow . . . maybe Mrs. Taglia will rec- ommend one . . . will not answer to "Shorty" . . . italian, Library, G.A.A., N.H.S. George Angelaccio . . . "Ange" has an eye for smart clothes and good food . . . devotes himself to diamond performance and home' runs . . . some day you'll hear of this coming writer . . . scorns the fag-bag . . . admires Mrs. Shabat. Dolores Appelhans . . . "Lorry's" equestrian performance sharpens her whet for fried chicken . . . prefers company of tall blonde with a sense of humor . . . mom spurs her on to success , . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Darlene Arndt . . . this Argyle knitter would like to sock gos- sipers . . . could eat spaghetti by the yard . . . radio college will give her knowledge . . . cherishes "Marty" . . . Council, Radio, Empty Saddle, Choir, G.A.A. Larry Atzbauqh . . . "Atz's" gone "bats" on hunting . . . hopes he finds an easy-going girl friend . . . engineering is his calling . . . friecl chicken is always welcome . . . picks Mr. Ruzicka as favorite . . . Camera. Patricia Baird . . . automobile iaunts and Mr. Bradley's history class are pastime enough for Pat . . . ranch life with plenty of French fries and lohnnie to share them suits her . . . Silver Streak, Choir, G.A.A. Geraldine Barica . . . the aroma of onions and steak arouses "Gerrie" from her loafing . . . invites mom and Miss Rolence to "Cracker Box" to discuss her stewardess ambition . . . Choir, Saddle Bouncers, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Norma Abwender . . . mumbling, grumbling persons give her the blues . . . she's the clothes-happy gal who will have an extra room for her wardrobe . . . thinks friendliness pays dividends . . . G.A.A. Robert Adrian . . . future architect, "Bob," sobs for his beauty naps . . . the "Knights" furnish his days with fun . . . homework is interference . . . mom and dad are his ideals . . . picks Miss Landrigan . . . B.l.A. Leroy Albrecht . . . "lig" enjoys loafing with Rudy and lohnson . . . will share his pizza with Miss Farr . . . anyone who doesn't like sports can't play with his sticks or clubs . . , B.l.A. Santina Alexander . . . down with gum-crackers . . . up with French fries for this renowned fancy roller skater . . . Miss Thors- son gets honorable mention . . . pizza gets the prize for food . . . conceited boys are out . . . dad is tops. Frank Allen . . . give him fried chicken and apple pie . . . cuts a nice figure on the ice . . . seeks Mr. Powers' advice on sailing . . . hopes to be a chemical wizzard . . . pals with Gibson. Richard Amato . . . a certain girl spurs "Dickie" on to a steady job and happy wedlock . . . moody people are ostracized . . . loves to fill up on Italian food . . . Mrs. Taglia is his friend . . . B.l.A. Paul Barker . . . an energetic girl who would be willing to spend time serving the Lord and attend baseball games is Paul's choice . . . girl smokers disgust him . . . likes baked ham . . . Band, Hi'C. Robert Barrett . . . down with the silly type, up with the care' free . . . big "poli'tico" picks "Bud" as his campaign manager . . . will advocate abolishing make-up . . . pizza will be tax- free . . . Pan American, Stamp. Ray Bartels . . . "Corky" offers to buy steak dinners for new girl friend . . . smoking girls annoy this future mechanical en- gineer . . . blue ribbon goes to Miss Farr . . . dad is best friend . . . Sigma Quad, B.l.A. Norman Bclrtelt . . . "Norm's" theme song is industrial engineer- ing . . . his norm in girl choice is the sincere and industrious one . . . mother, father and Mr. Bradley is his favorite triangle . . . dislikes extra credit teachers . . . Choir, N.H.S. Robert Bauer . . . "Bob" likes the crowd at the corner . . . talks over ways to become a millionaire . . . doesn't let snobby girls join his company . . . Larry Kurka is his pick . . . likes Miss Farr. Phyllis Beiswenger . . . "Red's" Dick is her pick . . . attending the sick will be her calling . . . is Cl frequent spectator at swim- ming meets . . . favors Mrs. Crane and Mr. Swem . . . G.A.A., Choir. Beverly Bensman . . . "Shorty" goes for pingepong games and scrap-books . . . stage-struck "Bev" ignores deceitful people . . . appreciates frankness . . . mother is her pet . . . Mrs. Fosse is supreme . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, G.A.A., N.l-i.S. Evelyn Bemstein . . . "Red," the singing model, won't be driven around by boys who show off . . . a "fella" like Drake, and buddy, Charlotte, are tops . . , Civic Ticket Representative, French, G.A.A. lean Berry . . . "leannie's" yen to attend college keeps her work- ing day and night . . . detests the long-skirt, bobby-socks com- bination . . . is somewhat "chile" about her food . . . mom is her sunshine . . . G.A.A. Al Betley . . . keeps himself busy reading current history . . . is paving the way toward a teacher's job . . . Miss McNamara rates . . . is keeping his eyes open for a quiet sincere girl . . . Press, Star. Anita Bettarelli . . . baseball scores a run for "Nita" . . . as a journalist she plans to write about Steve , . . Miss Farr, Doris, and Mary lane are hits . . . Ir. Choir, Star Staff, G.A.A. Iosephine Bialek . . . humorous persons who will not disapprove of her loafing please "lo," professional housewife . . . detests conceit . . . idolizes mom and dad . . . consumes French fries and hamburgers . . . Silver Streak, G.A.A. Robert Biarnesen . . . budding "Bob" spends leisure at shows . . . his flowery future will keep him busy delivering plants to Mrs. l-lege and all teachers who give no homework . . . considers father the ideal man. Thomas Billings . . . silly girls don't date well with history-minded "Tom-Bo" who would rather loaf than eat . . . dad stands high . . . Mr. Weaver comes next . . . has great respect for trustworthy friends . . . B.l.A. Geraldine Bobula . . . "Gerry" is merry when she's eating with mom and Miss Rolence . . . Ioan, Mary, Rita trio suits her . . . gets her share of loafing , . . spends her allowance on fries and hamburgers . . . G.A.A. Nancy Bodo . . . "Nance" would like to prance across the pond to eat pizza with Mrs. Taglia . . . hopes to charm a tall, dark athlete with her musical renditions . . . Symphony, Fine Arts, Chamber Music, Dardanelles, G.A.A. Ronald Boschelli . . . "Flash-gun's" studio will never feature girl smokers . . . spends days in dark room . . . bragging show-off girls do not enter into the picture . . , thinks Mr, Holm is photo- genic . . . Camera, Key. Shirley Bouillon . . . "Sandys" future will require "patients" . . . nurses a grudge against bobby sox wearers . . . mom and tune get the medals . . . holds record for record collecting . . . Student Council, Choir, Library, G.A.A. Ianis Boyd . . . "extra credit" teachers get lan's goat . . . will strive to get a degree at N. W. university . . . says "yum-yum" to broiled lamb chops . . . music is her love . . . Choir, Dar- danelles, Orchestra, Band, N.H.S. Shirley Bradford . . . square dancing "Cheena" and future fiction writer has eyes on N. W. University . . . Shirley likes the unusual . . . mom, dad, Nana, and Miss Thorsson form admiration quartet . . . Star, Exchange Editor, Choir, Starlets, Pan American, G.A.A. Marie Brand . . . "Mickey" wants to tie the knot soon with some' one as nice as Dickey . . . Mr. Lakin must O.K. him . . . mom is the best . . . deplores study periods . . . Gym secretary, G.A.A. 71 Judith Brandon . . . ludy never wants to be alone . . . selects television as faithful company . . . early morning rising bothers her . , . steaks 'pep her up . . . Mrs. Beach and sisters inspire her . . . G.A.A., Library. Fred Braun , . . "Freddy" is always ready to pile up baseball records . . . to reclimb Lcng's Peak is the height of his ambi- tion . . . lops off chatter boxes from his list . , . Saddle Bouncers, B.I.A. Betty Brenner . . . "Smitty's" fur flies when catty people try to take "Herby" . . . this show-going damsel promises to be a good housewife , . . will try her spumcni on Mr. Bradley . . . G.A.A., N.l-LS. Margaret Brenner , . . "Candy's" chest fills with hope as she collects things for it . . . mom sets the pattern . , . considers game losers Worthwhile people . . . can't overlook tardiness . . . admires a certain neighborly bowler . . . Choir, G.A.A. A1 Broseqhini . . . "Abbie" isn't gabby when he's reading cr snoozing . . . prefers collegiate life . . . Mrs. Crane rates . . . "stuck-ups" are ignored . , . lettuce and tomatoes make gocd eat- ing . . . Prom Committee, Choir, Track . Ardele Brown . . . filling up her leisure with the "Phillies" is "Nickie's" aim for her retirement . . . eating French fries with Lois keeps her in the pink of condition . . . worships mom . . . G.A.A. Roland Buchweitz . . . "Buck," the turkey eater, has luck with photography , . . smoking ladies get no place with this swimmer , . . mom, pop and Miss McNamara make a pleasant threesome . . . Press, Star, Camera, B.l.1-X. Patricia Buck , . . "Pats" eyes pop when corn is served . . . this future "Wave" cuddles up to Miss Caster . . . selects sleeping as her pastime . . . mom is her angel . . . Choir, Hall Guard, G.A,A. Board. Bruce Burgess . . . this detester of gum crackers prefers choco- late cake . . . considers mom his ideal woman . . . Mrs. Triebel rates second . . . looks forward to his pension days . . . brunettes please this lover of baseball . . . Baseball, B.l.A. Loretta Burkhardt . . , "Blacky" goes tipsy while skating and dancing with a certain 5'-ll", blue-eyed, black hair gent , . . has barrels of fun with "Bun" . . . traveling is her ambition . . . Saddle Bouncers, G.A.Z-X. Elsie Burnier . . . future teachers lunch box will carry mom's famous pies to sister Edith . . . Christian boy and Miss Haley mean much to her . . . definitely against smoking "fems" . . . Hi-C, Green Curtain, French, G.A.A. Eugene Buzinski . . . "Buz," true to silver and green, will devote his life to the press room . . . will take time out for a whirl at sports with pal lohn . . . B.l.A., Football. Annabelle Caccavari , . . ivory-tickling Annie gets a bang out of Miss Selinger , . . spaghetti dinners top all . . . mom is her love . . . smoking girls are discord . . . likes quiet chaps . . . Symphony, Chamber Music, G.A.A. Patricia Ccllderane . . . secretary "Pat" will take notes for Miss Bogowicz . . . will stop a ping-pong game with Marilyn, Betty or Phyllis for a plate full of mom's spaghetti . . . GAA. Genevieve Cannizzo . . . date crushers will not taste of "Gee's" fried chicken . . . has the bug for California . . . thinks Miss Foley is cute . . . bowling is down her alley . . . "Gee" likes Lee and Bee . . . G.A.A. Frank Carbonaro . . . ch how "Carb" hates to get up in the morn- ing . , . basketball fatigues him . . . would like to help support mom and dad . . . finds roast chicken delectable food . . . B.l.A,, Lettermen. Arthur Carlson . . . smoking women need not pose for this "shut- ter" bug . . . Mr, Nalecz is his type . , . retirement looks good to him . . . so do French fries and Boschelli . . . radio keeps him tuned up . . . Camera, N.H.S. Betty Carlson . . . this future psychiatrist will work on conceited people . . . mom and Miss McNamara will serve the spaghetti . . , sharp dressers get the nod . . . has the traveling bug . . . Choir, Star, G.A.A. Vincent Carsello . . . clean-cut fellows, like "Chuck," will get medical service "gratis" from "Lefty" . . , understanding girls who'll help him on his car are a tcnic . . . prefers chicken . . . Choir, BLA. Esther Cecchin . . . twinkle toes "Che-echie" will never pick levisf wearers as dance partners . . . prefers a certain "Duzzy" . . . her main Wish is to be successful . . . Mrs. Taglia and Gladys get honorable mention . , . G.A.A. Martin Cepielik . . . money borrowers who don't pay back irk generous hearted "Marty" . . . shooting pool is pockets full of fun . . , mom and Miss Silveri are his ideals . . . will be a builder . . . B.l.A. 72 M416 Gloria Clemente . . . "Clem," the dreaming pianist, likes ham- burgers and cokes . . . dreams of playing for mom, Mr. Groom, Gloria and that wonderful guy . . . dislikes boys cracking jokes in class . . . Orchestra, Band, G.A.A. Curtis Cliiqard . . . "Cliff" hopes to retire young to devote his leisure in perfecting his Canasta and counting his savings . worriers annoy him . . . drinking girls get no time from him . . B.l.A. Jerry Conforti . . . surrenders completely to sleep , . , expects to open up a business . . . Mrs. Frey will be his adviser . . . thinks fat girls ought to diet . . . likes to associate with plain people. Ann Conobcy . . . up in the cloud with "Ches" describes Ann . . . to be a competent homemaker is her ambition . . . she's busy taking lessons from mom in apple pie baking . . . Silver Streak, G.A.A., Guard. Marilyn Corbett . . . dreaming of "Marty" and palling with the "Delis" occupy "Mickey's" time . . . eating shrimp cocktails with mom and Miss Selinger cheers her on . , . Cheerleaders, G,A.A., Lettergirls, Star Reporter. Matthew Corso . . . baseball fan "Mattie" longs to be a gocd accordionist . . . finger-nail biters better stay at ct safe distance . . . likes sober people like Mrs. Taglia . , . mom is his ideal. Barbara Cottinqham . . . "Bobs" wants a blue Buick convertible to take the "Keys" to the "Y" . . . won't pass up steak and mashed potatoes . . . Choir, lr. Prom. Committee, Civic Ticket, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Carol Cox . . . acquaintances, . . . Student Rifle, Pre-Med., Diana Creger "Peach," satisfied with all things, enjoys her church mom's roast beef and her dreams of college life Council, Dardanelles, Pan American Nice-Pres.l, G.A.A.. N.l-l.S. . . people's ingratitude slays "Di," the huntress for a tactful, personality-plus fellow . . . her parents are su- preme . . . is Willing to sew on buttons, after tiring of secretarial job . . . Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Maryann Cucka , . . making short work of mom's chocolate cake and lecturing to gum crackers keep "Mickey" out cf mischief . . . making wrinkles disappear will be this future beautician's chief accomplishment . . . G.A.A. Earle Dahl . , . Dahl falls for Erna . . . bubbles with joy over cus- tard pie . . . future carpenter would rather saw wood at night . . . has yen for model railroading . . . admires Mr. Holm and Hal. Marilyn Dahl . . . listening to cowboy music is a treat to 'Mim" . . . French fries and cottage cheese keep her well ted . . . cigar smoking suffocates her . . . friendly boys appeal . . . so does Mickey Cable. Dominic De Cristolaro . . . "war painted girls who drag on the fag ought to get a shot," says future Dr. "Dorn" . . . wholesome good girls are his choice . . . men of science appeal . . . enjoys good music . . . B.l.A. Eileen De Grazia . . . South American and European travel has appeal for "Ei," the steady horsewoman . . . considers conceit an obnoxious characteristic . . . Miss Posse is her guiding star . . . height is G.A.A. important in her choice . . . Dardanelles, N.H.S., Virginia Delia . . . "D" believes inventors of levis fad are tight- wads . . . her line of work is airy . . . cutting a rug with l.G. is dens of fun for this Lion Club dancer . . . Choir, G.A.A. Dennis Chaber . . . easy going "Denny" wouldn't spend a penny on lip-stick covered girls . . . says he enjoys loafing for pastime . , . invites Mrs. Hege to taste mom's rolled steak . . . Lettermen, Track, Football. Caroline Christensen . . . everybody goes "ga-ga" over "Ca Ca's" cooking . . . pink shirted boys get no cookies . . . famous for stuffed peppers . . . admires the plenty-muscle man . . . mom is her ideal . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. Ray Christensen . . . goes "bugs" about sports . . . one "june" bug especially entices him . . . his food is fowl . . . abhors pane cake makeup . . . Miss Kindermari strikes a cordant note . . . Swim, B.l.A. Shirley Christensen . . . "Shorty" gets mighty peeved when people try to give her advice on how to write her successful book . . . draws the line on girls who smoke . . . sister is best pal . . . G.A.A. Alice Clausen . . . keep a clamp on your mouth if you want "Al's" admiration . . . she'll sketch only on hours off from her nursing job , . . consult her for unusual styles . . . Saddle Bouncers, G.A.A. Shirley Cleqhorn . . . clean-cut personality fellows click with "Sl'iirl," the college girl of tomorrow . . . good music rendered by Miss Farr is enjoyed . . . mom's steaks are delicious . . . Choir, Student Council, G.A.A. une Q add Gary Dorn . . . keep him well fed and he'll be fired with ambi- tion to become a good salesman . . . dad is his model . . . mother is his inspiration . . . smoking women annoy him . . . Choir. James Dorsen , . . diamond "Jim" aspires to partnership with dad . . . the "no homework" teacher may sample mom's pine- apple cake . . . car-owners are welcome any time . . . Mr. Vesel steps into first place . . , Choir, B.l.A. Patricia Dowling . . . stands "Pat" for the Cubs . , . fans out peo- ple who are against them . . . hamburgers score with her . . . mom and Mrs. Schwartz are her major leaguers . . . "Nickie" is her "pickie" . . . G.A.A. Ronald Dudek . . . "Moons" ambition seems to be engineering . . . chili and steaks are his menu . . . gossiping with the fel- lows takes up his leisure . . . admires beautiful girls . . . he fancies blue and gray . . . B.l.A. Alice Duliey . . . "Duff" would like to get rough with expectora- tors . . . thinks she's lucky to have met so many nice people . . . wants to meet a male hiker and music lover . . . Dardanelles, Pan American, G.A.A. Dorothy Duncan . . . "Dot" is on the spot when Christmas ar- rives . . . marital bliss is all she asks . . . mom has the recipe . . . Bill is her pal . . , Pan American, Baton Twirler, Hi-C, G.A.A. Thomas Dyson . . . farmer Dyson will plow through life cultivating friendship of personality girls . . . his hunting escapades supply him with plenty of edibles . . . doesn't approve of short bobs . . . favors Mr. Havlicek. Lorell Edwards . . . spiritual minded "Lorrie" selects nursing as her vocation . . . serving Him comes first . . . God-fearing boy may seek her hand . . . never gets enough ice cream . . , Pre- Medics, Hi-C, G.A.A., Supply Room. Sandra Eide . . . "Sandy" has ranch-house dreams . . , deplores the Sass-box . . . gives the turkey a good trimming . . . fancy steps please her . . . idolizes mom and Ethel . . . prefers the sincere boy . . . Council, Star, Press, G.A.A. Richard Eineke . , . watch your molars when Dr. E. comes near . . . advocates campaign against foul language . . . floating and boating are his water hobbies . . . "Dick's" pick is Mr. Vesel and Bob Kohot . . . Key, B,l.A. Clarke Eldridge . . . "Clarke" would like to park at North Park College . . . would then trumpet his way to Wheaton . . , averse to nicotine users . . . five-four with sandy hair will be his campus choice . . . French. Harry Ellis . . . rising with the chickens maddens Harry . . . exchanging news with his gang is baskets of fun for this basket- ball fan . . . millionaire notions fill his dreams . . . nom is his ideal . . . admires intelligence. Elsie Endler . . . awkward dancers bother "Els" feet . . . taking it easy between practice hours is her pastime . . . Miss Rolence is her pet . , .dates on potatoes and steak . . . mom is ideal . . . Choir, G.A.A. Judy Enqlert . . . quiet "Judy" is busy dreaming about the future . . . has great love for Steinmetz . . . homework never bothers her . . . hopes to become a good homemaker and outstanding woman. Araminta Ericksen . . . riches entice "Toni" . . . so does the tall dark one . . . waiting for late corners distresses her . . . busi- ness woman's life is her ambition . . . would cook steaks for Miss Yetter any day . . . G.A.A. Joanne Dimitrion . . . this singing beautician will show latest hair modes and skin care . . . bleached blondes will be advised otherwise . . . might ask mom and Mr. Ramsey to be her press agents . . . G.A.A. John Di Pietra . . . girls in general annoy "Juan" . . . admits he would be in the running for a quiet reserved Miss with soft brown eyes and 5'3" high . . . hopes to follow architect's calling. Angie Diprizio . . . Hollywood Rink is "Babe's" favorite rendez- vous . . . can't tolerate teasers . . . will use ma's spaghetti as bait to capture a man . . . enjoys good-humored people like Miss Rompf . . . Hi-C, G.A.A. Helen Dittmer . . . hospital is in store for her . . . expects to "cop" a 6 ft. doctor . . . swimming is pools of fun . . . money disappears when pizza is around . . . likes sharp dressers . . . favors Mr. Henze . . . G.A.A. John Dombek . . . industry seeks John, the clever engineer who consumes pumpkin pies faster than friend "Vince" does . . . sincerity and truth are admired . . . attends movie for relaxation . . . scorns extra credit work . . . Council. Tessie Doolas . . . "Tess" thinks Narragansett Avenue is a mess . . . confesses she likes the love game on tennis court . . , music and mother are her loves . . . Mrs. Frey is her consultant . . . Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A. Edward Ericson . . . "Ed," the quiet type, doesn't find school boring . . . manages to evade the overetalkative ones . . . his scientific mind prizes sincerity . . . finds Mrs. Zwicky interesting . . . Stamp, Chess, German. Anna Estep . . . pizza eating Annie slams moody people . . . "lim" is the "him" in her life . . . wants to be a busy business woman, with mom and Miss Kinderman as partners . . . G.A.A. Erna Falkenstein . . . "Em" yearns to be a second Mr. Schutter . . . honest Abe is her ideal character . . . Mrs. Triebel will be guest at her debut . . . Dardanelles, Fine Arts Guild, Orchestra, G.A.A., N.H.S. Helen Fedorow . . . "Babe" hopes to land in the musical field . . . bragging males make no impression on her . . . desires the acguaintanceship of a sensible, gentlemanly boy . . . mother and Mrs. Schwartz are her ideals . . . Stardusters. Nancy Fergelec . . . "Nan" refuses to have sarcastic people in her gym classes . . . a sense of humor helps along . . . Miss Silveri and mom are the "dumplings" of her life . . . G.A.A. Marilyn Fisk . . . mom and dad come first in "Mar's" gem book . . . Miss Haley comes next . . . has all qualifications for a good secretary . . . would raise the "no smoking" banner . . . Dar- danelles, Latin, G.A.A., N.f-LS. Geraldine Fitzgibbons . , , "Gerry" would like to hit the rail with a girls' baseball team . . . would miss kid brother . . . says spaghetti and cigarettes don't mix . . . Ft. B. and Miss Silveri are choice people . . . G.A.A. Charles Freeman . . . "Chuck" hopes his pockets will be loaded with money to spend on dear Betty and only Betty . . . likes mush- rooms but likes his "sweetiepie" better . . . dislikes slow crea- tures . . . Lettermen, Football, B.l.A. Dan Furlin . . . "Dan's" on deck with the Navy boys as special chef . . . got his training from dear mom . . . sour faces who don't enjoy jokes should be thrown overboard . . . B.l.A. Ronald Gallas . . . dance mad "Ron" goes in for parties . . . girls who refuse dates irk him , , . mom is the first lady . . . Mrs. l-lege comes next . . . has great respect for ambitious people. Eva Galvin . . . bright-faced "Eve" gets her "Irish" up when humans keep her waiting . . , looks up to mom and dad . . . "twinkle-toes" will waltz into nursing role with L. and N. . Annual, Dancing Committee, G.A.A. Patricia Gamble , . . she'll split mom's banana pie any day with loan and Gloria . . . would like to pound gum crackers . . . hopes her future boss is easy going and smiles easily . , . G.A.A. Margaret Gangl . . . "Corky" won't tangle up with "stuck-ups" . . . spinach is her main dish . . . thinks nurse's life is fascinating . . . Buster is her pal . . . thinks Miss Grant is fair to look upon. Donald Garber . . . rising with the chickens is not "Don's" hobby . . . likes plenty of pelf . . . "Glor" opens the door to his heart . . . dotes on fried pullets . . . admires Miss Kinderman . . . Football, B.l.A. Irma Gaus . . . devouring pig-in-blanket with dad and Mr. Feldman furnishes pastime for this future clarinetist . . . conceit gets the death knell . . . intelligent people, like the Lone Ranger, please . . . Band, Orchestra, Choir, N.H.S., Spanish. Walter Geiger . . . studying the Chinese language leaves "Wally" no time to work up peeves . . . foreign correspondent is his goal . . . admires outdoor type . . . craves pizza . . . Choir, Star, Pan American, Press, Quill and Scroll. Margaret Gentz . . . "Peg's" gang means much to her . . . Mr. Lakin is honorary member . . . wants to wear cloak of success . . . gum crackers jar her nerves . . . dad is her pal . . . Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iohn Giancola . . . "Iohnny's" chemical mind will go in for analyzing make-up of bar flies and smokers . . . is interested in hazel-eyed sport-loving girls . . . Camera, Council, Choir, Latin, Fire Marshal, B.I.A., N.H.S. William Gibson . . . picks age of 50 for retirement . . . hopes his future wife will not be a cigarette addict . . . swimming steams up his appetite for steak and mashed spuds . . . Press Club. Adeline Giemza . . . fashions of the hour designed by "Del" will sell well . . , Miss Gruener gets a pre-view . . . clothessborrowers are exasperating . . . mom and dad will share her fortune . . Polish, Riding, G.A.A. Georgia Giese . . . the "Debs" and lune provide laughs for Georgia . . . she rustles off to North Ave. for Bar-b-ques . . . bossy people can't come along . . . college is her future . . . Hall Guard, Dance, Choir, Water Ballet, G.A.A. 75 S W .. . csc.- . Si. Mary Iane Gimino . . . people who snap gum can't admire "Mar's" originals . . . Miss Farr "eggs" her on to a secretarial job . . . an all-around good sport can buy her pizza . . . Choir, Dardanelles, G.A.A. Celeste Goldsmith . . . "Sally" will rally all her friends to see her accomplishments as modern housewife . . . clean-cut guy, like brother Russ, will be her inspiration . . . is strong for slow dreamy music . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. Patricia Gordon . . . "Pat" likes being lazy in her leisure . . . would like to be a prize swimmer . . .admires Miss Rolence . . . athletes shine for her . . . mom is her morning star . . . Swim, G.A.A. Gloria Grabo . . . word twisters make knitting Gloria drop her stitches . . . highly moral fellow is her pick . , . dad shares her chicken . . . goes for corn on the cob . . . admires Mr. Frelich . . . G.A.A., N.l-LS. Charlotte Graham . . . "Char" bars smoking girls from her dance floor . . . "Bill" rates as first Class dance partner . . . secretarial job is her goal . . . Mr. Spiecker is OK .... mom and dad are tops . . . Council, G.A.A. Patricia Green . . . "Pat" shudders at knuckle crackers . . . eating and sleep are her chief pastimes . . .is proud of mom and dad . . . admires the athletic type , . . Ioan and Lil are Wonderful . . . G.A.A. Phyllis Gregorzek . . . longs to become expert in rendering good ltalian dishes . . . Mr. Groom will be chief sampler . . . loses patience with moody people . . , admits she caters to loafing with loan . . . G.A.A. Edward Groe . . . "Bunny" isn't funny when he gets to carving those internal plastics . . . mom is his prize chef . . . Fritz gets in on the meals . . . Mr. Siegel may help him unearth his ambition. Ioyce Grootveld . . , matrimonial thoughts keep "joy" busy writ- ing letters . . . will listen to dreamy music with Miss Farr . . . Mom and spaghetti are a good mixture . . . G.A.A., Mixed Choir, Library, Silver Streak Representative. Victor Gustafson . . . "Gus" likes to "horse" around with his own business . . . this fancy rider gets his pep from coffee . . . regards mother as cream of the crop Evelyn Hackemer . . . the boy who likes pineapple pie can share "Evie's" pastime . . . forward people can take the back seats . . . wouldn't mind sharing her bar-b-q steaks with Miss Silveri . . . French, G.A.A. Dorothy Hallas . . . "Do," champion soda jerker makes dough for her equestrian canters . . . balks at loud noisy people . . . would like to bridle a 5 ft. 4 fellow . . . enjoys a good laugh . . . Red Cross, Library, G.A.A. Carlotta Hallinan . . . pastimes involving her pedal extremities are enjoyed by "Cus" who makes a fuss over leaving clear old Steinmetz . . . her five sisters are company enough for her . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka . . . G.A.A. Iames Halloran . . . "limmie" could die in his tracks running . . . happiness is his watchword , . . short-haired girls are his peeve . . . steak fries are his favorite . . . Mr. Vesel rates high . . . Lettermen, Key. William Hamann . . . "Bill" will keep driving to be a sports writer on the Tribune . . . likes Al 'n' Gene and green-eyed beauties . . . Boys' Choir, Key, Press, Star, Saddle Bouncers, B.l.A. Betty Hanelin . . . "Betts" frets when her dance partner chews gum . . . to attend Rosary college is her prayer . . . enjoys high marks and refined boys . , . mom is most important . . . junior Achievement, Press, GJ-LA. Philip Hansen . . . has a path worn to Andes Candies . . . prefers the listening lady, not the talker . . . would like to earn a million so he can share it with his teachers . . , especially Mr. Frelich. Fred Hardt . . . "Fritz" tears to bits fried chicken . . . loquacious girls get the gate . . . anxious to earn a million to share with Mr. Lakin and Mr. Havlicek . . . Willie is his pal . . , Letterrnen. Thomas Harte . . . girls! take heed! Tom is easy to feed . . . just bring on plenty . . . sleeping is one of his peaceful hobbies . . . mom and Rita make life worth while. Iune Hartig . . . roller skating lune plans a life of figuring . . could die swimming . . . dislikes people who "ritz" her . . favors "Margie" . . . would go far for shakes and ma's steaks . . . Lettergirls, G.A.A. Iames Hartmann . . . you just can't pull lim away from that tele- vision screen . . . thinks he'd like to tackle engineering as his life's calling . . . looks to Mr. Powers for advice . . , detests show- offs . . . B.l.A. 76 une alarm Roger Hnat . . . "Hog" was born to be a chemist . . . likes fooling around with blunderbusters . . . those long lunch lines plague him . . . Mr. Powers is his big shot . . . Council, Picked Platoon, Rifle Team, R.O.T.C., N.l-l.S. Eugene Hodowanic . . . coming cartoonist "l-lodo" goes in for an assortment of sports . . . can't tolerate beebop music . . . admires Miss Rehm . . . apple pie is his buy . . . Star, Press, Baseball, Basketball, Track, B.l.A., N,l-LS. Alfred Hofmann . . .all teachers are O.K. with "Al" . , . this world rover hopes he'll meet a good apple pie baker . . . Key Star, Cross Country, Riding, Swim, Press, B.l.A., N.H.S. Patricia Holland . . . "Pat" spends spare time bowling strikes . . . likes "oodles" of money . . . esteems Mr. Bakers friendly way . . . mom is everything to her . . . goes for the fellow who speaks well . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. John Holmes . , . lack has found his heart thrcb on Lake View campus . . . loquacious people better move closer if they want to see his exhibition on the diamond . . . Riding, B.l.A. Matthew Hopkins . . . "floppy" needs no sleeping pills . . . coaching appeals . . . girls who dab on too much makefup shculd be trounced . . . finds the two Teds interesting company . . . Base- ball, Basketball, Choir, B.l.A. Josephine Hoppe . . . short skirts, short-tempered "Io," the future model, welcomes the "Dreamers" to her style shows . . . well groomed males may be door tenders . . . Civic Ticket Representa- tive, Prom Committee, G.A.A. Merlyn Hultin . . . gum crackers can't go motorcycle riding with "Swede" . . . mom and Mrs. Hege can eat pizza with her . . . Pat and Phyl can go along in her traveling bag . . . G.A.A. Rita Innocenti . . . constant braggers get the cold shoulder from "Reef" . . . hopes to stumble on her own convertible . . . the real athlete will be picked as her dancing partner . . . Civic Ticket Representative, Snoopers. Ruth lrkfetz . . . "Shortie" favors anything violet . . . teaching K.C., her dog to dance is her ambition . . . "kill-joys" had better take a powder . . . Miss Rehm is her dreeam . . . l-li-C, G.A.A. Sylvia lronima . . . "Syl's" bitter pill is sarcastic people . , . an understanding blue eyed athlete who likes to loaf under Florida skies can share her ranch . . . dotes on mom . . . Star, Press, G.A.A. Miro Ivasko . . , "Mike," the future all-round bike-shop owner, cycles about the town hunting good chip steaks . . . has a horror for gum-snapping . . . mom comes before all . . .admires Miss Gruener . . . B.l.A. Ioseph Iacobs . . . "Gino" recommends mom's banana pie to stue dents in the engineering field . . . has no trouble sleeping . . . brunettes have a special appeal , . . Mr. Nalecz is a good friend . . . Cross Country, Track, B.l.A. Marilyn Iacobson . . . "Mar's" skating partner's name rhymes with "sob" . . . airline stewardess appeals . . . snobs are out . . . finds Miss McNamara a guieting influence . . , depends on mom's judgment . . . Choir, Council, G.A.A. Richard Iacobson . . . "lake" takes the cake when it comes to golf . . . painted dolls will be ostracized from his summer home . , . mom's food tops all . . . admires Miss McNamara . . . Foot- ball, German, Lettermen, B.l.A. --vgyv john Hedstrom . . . job hunting consumes l-lick's time . . . envies Bill Odom . . . flies off the handle at first period classes . . . mom, dad, and Mr. Spiecker are his favorites , . . admires studious girls . . . Football, B.l.A. Albert Heineman . . . enjoys hospitality of "l's" house . . . a ranch style mansion is his dream . . . kind, understanding girls like Miss Kilgour please Al, lack and Ralphs pal . . . Boys' Choir, B.l.A. Robert Helmbold . . . "Bob" likes to "say it with flowers" so he's on the way to a career in the garden of horticulture . . . dotes on collecting rare flower specimens . . . Al and Tom rate high. lean Hempel . . . "Peanuts" croons popular ditties while scooping up latest news concerning noisy masticators . . . Mrs. Triebel, mom and dad will preview the copy . . . chicken is the favor rewarded them . . . German, G.A.A. Ronald Henricks . , . "Ron" is sold on sports and neat dressers . . enjoys steak with Tom and Don . . . would coax no girl to ioin them . . . mom and dad supply good company . . . B.l.A. Alyce Herbert . . . "Al" dances and eats to her heart's content . . . rude boy's bring down contempt . . . mom is her prize . . . athletic boys win her heart . . . ice cream goes down easy . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. .,,,, . d P .. .., ..,.,,-- . . .1 1 une Glam Donald Iohnson . . . girls who smoke can't devour hamburgers and fries with "Don" . . . Mr. Frelich and Mr. Feldman lay plans for this budding civil engineer . . . Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band, Campus Crew. Iune Iohnson . . . listening to Vaughan Monroe chases the blues . . . raucous people on buses irk her , . . cherishes Shirley's com- pany . . . Civic Ticket, Office, Student Council, Lettergirls. Robert Iohnson . . . "Bob" likes to discuss topics of the day with his bunch on the corner . . . thinks midnight blue suits are be- coming . . . admires mom and dad . . . Fire Marshal, Basketball, B.I.A. Peg Ioncxsen . . . Peg's legs go for roller skating at "Riv" . . . is cut out for a good home-loving housewife . . .enjoys a good argument . . . conceited people get the gate . . . mom is great . . . G.A.A. Eleanor Jorgensen . . . "Honey" likes money . . . sees nothing funny about homework . . . has no time for pastimes . . . Mrs. Hege is her pet . . . bleached blondes are not admired . . . mom is tops . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A,, N.H.S. Jerome Kalinowski . . . "Kelly's" Polish sausage appetite keeps him from sleeping . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his model . . . prefers "mom" as his ideal . . .airline mechanics are his top thoughts . . . clubs get the "go-by." Shirley Kamarke . . . "Shirl" wishes she was as certain about her future as she is about dancing . . . mom and dad are swell . Q. . she sure loves that fried chicken . . . Hall Guard, Library, Civic Committee. Lauramay Katano . . . "Swede" gives the ivories a work out . . . journalism is her pet . . . idolizes mom . . . picks Miss Rolence . . . Press, Dardanelles, French, Hall Guard, Student Council, Voice, Star tclub editorl, Silver Streak, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Iames Keas . . . the trumpet sounds a musical career for "Curley" . . . oboe players will be omitted . . . dependable people like Dick are like a medley to him . . . oh for a sliver of California liver. Marylee Kelton . . . to drive a convertible coupe is the climax of "Lee's" ambition . . . uncultured boys receive no attention from her . . . late corners irritate her . . . mom and dad are ideal . . . G,A.A. Ien-y Kennedy . . . "Red" tackles hunting and fishing . . . his love for horses finds him years hence on a ranch with Mr. Holm and I-ledstrom . . . fickleminded people will be fenced in . . . B.l.A. Joyce Kieffer . . . "Shorts" and sports are pals . . . she's a first class news snooper . . . aims to prepare an editorial against women smoking . . . mother and Miss Rompf look good to her . . . Council, G.A.A. Iean Kilbert . . . lunch table talk with pals and dancing with Dan are prize memories for this future comptometrist by day and seamstress by night . . . Civic Ticket, Student Council fSec.l, Ir. Choir. Patricia Kilcoyne . . . dancing "Snow Shoes" would like to shovel herself into a good homemaking iob . . . spaghetti will be the favorite dish for some nice tall fun loving guy . . . the name rhymes with bike. Margaret Kissane . . . advises athletic directors to refrain from smoking . . . lives for sports . . . wholesome boys who indulge in sports get attention from "Marnie" . . . Miss Selinger and mom are at top of ladder . . . G.A.A., F.T.A. George Iahnke . . . "Iudd" likes the color of greenbacks . . . would like his pockets lined with them . . . he'll plaster your walls for chili and chicken . . . goes around in circles roller-skating. Richard Iarmacz . . . Miss Bergh is "Dick's"' favorite teacher . . . has no time for pastime . . . too busy with his electrical engineer- ing ambition . . . Tiny is his pet peeve . . . likes to pal with Willy. Camille Iarzembski . . . no dull moments in "Cammie's" life . . , will take a fling at dress designing . . . will then settle down to raising a family . . . pierogi will be chief dish . . . Dardanelles, Polish, GJ-LA., N.l-l.S. Elliott Iassak . . . natural blondes with a sense of humor and who promise to refrain from smoking and swearing will be included in "Bush's" traveling tour . . . so will Miss O'Brien . . . B.l.A., Basketball. Iohn 'Jensen . . . "Iohnny's" a good hand at pinochle . . . mom and dad make good partners . . . George and Mr. Handshu are Aces . . . planning modern houses will keep this future architect drawing more than his breath. Richard Iohns . . . dads footsteps are good enough for "Dick" . . . "McNamara's" Band will have nothing on his . . . pickin' chicken with Vilma is pleasant pastime . . . Miss Kilgour is the leading lady. Dorothy Kissel . , . "Pesty" walks for pastime to get in trim for nurses job . . . gossipy people bore her . . . wouldn't mind fixing ltalian dishes for a tall, dark, handsome boy . . . Dardanelles, Polish, G.A.i-X., N.H.S. Robert Klausch . . . "Bobs" dexterous hands work miracles in wood . . hardly takes time out for his favorite steak dishes when television is on . , . hints from Holm are welcome . . . pal Hanson is great. Otto Kleiber . . . bring you canine troubles to sunshine "Clipper," future veterinarian and professional wrestler . . . this friendly soul loves fun and veal chops . . . picks gay colors for happiness . . , Track, Cross Country, Lettermen, Choir. Dan Klenske . . . Saturday night dates with a certain blonde are his pastime . , . fried chicken and apple pie tickle his palate . . . making baskets is his ambition . . . twin brother is his pal . . Basketball, Baseball. Don Klenske . . . "Klensk" doesn't need sleeping potions nor vitamins . . . he could use a fat bank roll, but refuses to spend it on girl smokers . . . prefers Miss Foley . . . brother is his pal . . . B.l.A. Marie Kmet . . . humorous, energetic boys meet with her ap- proval . . sleepy heads "Mar" her day . . . sorority sisters say there's a lack in her life . . . mom and dad come first . . . G.A.A. Ianeen Kocol . . . a certain Irishman ruffles leanie . . . Miss Fosse calms her . . . anxious to be a good news scooper . . . Dardanelles, French tPres.J, Quill and Scroll, Prom, Red Cross tPres.l, Star flfditorl, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Robert Kohut. . . . "Bob" expects to exchange fishing license for doctor's in days to come . . . thinks airy notioned girls need the X-ray . . . Miss Polka comes first . . . jolly girls get dates with him . . . B.I.A. Carole Kolb . . . gym teacher's life appeals . . . swimming keeps her going . . . steaks are her specialty . . . Miss Selinger is her advisor . . . likes true-blue friends . . . Pan American, Advanced Swim, Lettergirls, N.H.S. Dorothy Koller . . . watching television, dreaming of her future art studio consumes "Dots" spare time . . . minor girl smokers is her major peeve . . . worships her sister . . . clcthes count with her . . . German, G.A.A. Barbara Koons . . . always "Bobs" up when roast beef is served . . . knuckle-crackers annoy this coming writer . . . swims for fun . . . likes Mrs. Crane and blue-eyed boys . . . mother is tops . . . Library, Riding, G.A.A. Betty Kotars . . . "Bet" is set on being a teacher . . . seeks a remedy to guiet noisy people . . . mom gets the orchids . . . Miss Rehm rates high . . . chicken is good picken' , . . "Ar" is above par . . . GAA. Francine Kozeluh . . . ice-cream face "Fran" is glad shes a soda jerker , . . can't tolerate being called Frances . . , mother is pal number one . . . Warren is number two . . . G.A.A, Hi-C Ioan Koziarz . . . "Shorty's" favorite food is fried chicken . , . likes to sleep better than anything else . . . dreamy music relaxes her . . . mom and Mrs. Soderberg are her best friends . . , G.1-LA. Ianet Kraft . . . mom and pizza can be on the sports field with "lan" . . . Mrs. Armitage can blow the whistle for this prospective gym teacher . . . Rosalie is her pal . . . G.A.A., Gym Secretary, Hall Guard. Clarabelle Kraus . . . typing keeps Clara in touch with Miss Kin- derman, her favorite pedagogue . . . television gets the OK. . . . olives and pork chops are preferred comestibles . . . tavern od- dicts are unwelcome guests . . . idolizes sister Gerry , . . G.A.A. Arden Krause . . . avocado-eater "Ard" finds missing buses is hard on the disposition . . . painting and piano-playing are her avocations . . . admires Miss Blythe . . . has good times with "Em," Martha Krause . . , "Marty" has a gem of a job at Iewel's , . . fusses around kitchen trying to cook like mom . . . amicable people will be guests at her wedding . 4 . hopes it's soon . . . Dar- danelles, Council, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Gloria Krecker . . . "Kreck" checks off girl smokers from her legacy list when she earns that first million . . . will spend retirement watching baseball games , . . mom and Mrs. Hege will be her guests . . . G.A.A. Ieannette Kresch . . . footing the flute suits leanne . . . travels about seeking unusual apple pie . . . neat friendly persons, like Irma and Mr, Feldman meet her approval . . . R,O.T.C. Band, Conf cert Band, Symphony Orchestra, G.A.A. Iohn Kroll . . . Iohn's medical ambition will take him off of the loafing roll . . . thinks the "Cubs" are big "dubs" . . . prefers steaks . . . Comiskey is his pal . . . blue is his color . . . B.l.A., Football. 79 exiiawbivma. im- Don Krueger . . . "Indian lake" wants to make a mint of dough to spend on beautiful blondes . . . silly girls will not share his fortune . . . Mr. Frelich will be one of his heirs . . . B.l.A. Robert Krus . . . "Bob" dreams of buckets of money to splurge on his good parents . . . Mr. Powers will come in for some . . . friendly people count . . . sports are his love . . . B.l.A., N.H.S. Maryann Kubiun . . . fashionable styles will come from "Mar" . . riding habits will be her specialty . . . trouble-makers are barred . . . shrimp will be served at fashion-show teas . . . idolizes mom and dad . . , French, G.A.A. ' James Kuczma , . . "Kuck" longs to fly high and wide in blue yonder, Where he can beat his drums and eat his hamburgers . . . wants only good-natured people near him . . . Band, Orchestra. Steven Kudela . . . girls who smoke don't mix with this prospec- tive pharmacist . . . "White-e" will share his cake with mom and Mrs. Young . . . lohn is in his dreams . . . Chess, Latin, B.l.A., Student Council, Orchestra, N.H.S. Iohn Kuhn . . . pork-chops eating lohnnie thinks they'll have to draft him for work . . . raucous girls make no headway with him . . . is looking for happy-go-lucky girl friend . . . Bill is his pal. Gloria Kuhns . . . globe-trotter "Glor" pours out her wrath on two-faced people . . . buzzing around with her pals keeps her occupied . . . the name Bill lights up her face . . . Hall Guard, Pan American, Choir, G.A.A. Lawrence Kurkcx . . . show-minded "Larry" has no peeves . . . hopes baseball will make him a million . . .will ,share with mom and Miss Farr . . . Letterman, Key, Baseball, Basketball, B.l.A., Pres. of Class., N.H.S. Robert Kums . . . riding with Mrs. Armitage is good pastime for "Bob" . . . lack- can have a leg of his fried chicken , . . Steve'S ideal to this hopeful millionaire . . . Saddle Bouncers, Pre-Medics. Elaine Kvorka . . . "E" will earn her fee acting as secretary . . . prefers the chatter-box type . . . conceited persons are not desir- able company . . . swimming and bowling consume her leisure . . . mom is her pet . . . G.A.A. Robert Labus . . . when "Bob" isn't playing ball, he's taking it easy dreaming about a seat in millionaire row . . . mom and dad are his ideals . . . Miss Thorsson is his favorite "prof" . . . B.l.A. Edward Lake . . . sleeping won't help "Ed" get rich . . . he'd like to make hash out of people who step on his shoes . . . Cliff Pahl is his buddy . . . Ioan is his ideal . . , Lettermen, B.l.A. Barbara Lange . . . well mannered boys who will feed her radishes and speak in low voice may share mint ice cream with Mr. Ramsey and her . . . German, Latin, Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Iune Lcrport . . . write-ups on her travels will fill Mrs. Watson's mail box . . . she's a great nibbler on home-made pizza . , . strong willed boys attract her . . . Choir, Voice, Gym Secretary, Dardanelles, N.H.S. Marylou La Rocco . . . skies are never gray for "Lou" when she's dating with sweet considerate lack . . . life of a veterinarian intrigues her . . . shuns "fresh" boys . . .relishes spaghetti . . . G.A.A. Dorothy Lass . . . "Dusty's" muscle will not get rusty as long as she continues bowling and rolling . . . thinks sauerkraut is good for her spareribs . . . favors Miss Thorsson . . . Voice, Choir, Hi-C, G.A.A. Betty Leahy . . . the coming pedagogue, is a T.V. devotee . . high Christian gentleman can share her breaded pork chops . . . puts mom and Grace first . . . Editor of Annual, Hi-C, F.T.A., Ad- vanced Swim, Streak Representative, G.A.A. Bertha Leqones . . . "Bert" gives cold shoulder to conceited fel- lows . . . movies and dancing are her fancies . . . hopes to dis- play her artistic talent when she becomes a housewife . . . Cheerleaders, Council, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Mildred Lentz . . . trombone player "Milly" is thankful for a mouth and for having had Mr. Handschu, that personality plus man . . . admires teachers who are conscientious' about marks . . . Hall Guard, F.T.A. tpres.l, Concert Band, Symphony, Orchestra, Latin, Dardanelles, N.H,S. Lillian Levy . . . Mrs. Frey can have a piece of Mom's homemade cherry pie . . . skating with friendly people goes well with re- ceptionist, "LiL" . . . mom is ideal . . , G.A.A., Gym Secretary, Library. Donald Lexow . . . "Legs" keeps himself trim sprinting around the tennis court . . . would like to play a love set with a nice home-loving girl who would make tasty beef dishes . . . Tennis. 80 une Glam Grace Luczak . . . this singing dress-designer begs you not to interrupt her telephone conversations . . . would share mom's chicken with a lively personality guy . , . mother is supreme . , . Barbara is her side-kicker . . . G.A.A, Barbara Lynest . . . "Bobby" likes the clean-minded, hobby bent boys who do not hang around street corners at night . . . future professor of gymnastics, goes to Mr. Powers for advice . . . F.T.A., G.A.A. Marlene Maas . . people who crunch popcorn can't watch the show with "Mar" . . . a good wife to a broad shouldered blonde with blue eyes is her ambition . . . mom's ideal . . . G.A.A., German Club, N.l'l.S. Donald Mac Crimmon . . . poor little Donald has ducked all the questions and leaves everybody in doubt and confusion about his future and his ambition . . . waits a huge picture of Grover Cleveland. Louise Mader . . . "Lu," the model, in more ways than one, deplores crowded buses . . . reading and skating are her recrea- tions . . . liver tops food list . . . mother is her ideal . . . admires Miss Stavers . . . G.A.A. Leonard Marino . . . bossy sisters are Len's yen . , . he knows he likes fillet mignon, but his lifes ambition is still a secret . . . girl food consumers are not his pick . . . Golf, Choir, B.l.!X. Suzanne Mason . . . "Susie" dreams ot red "Converts" . , . she'll report all pop-corn stealers to the "Pacabees" and Don . . . bring on pizza and spaghetti . . .add a good conversationalist . . . Star Reporter, Press, G.A.A. Marilyn Mathison . . . "Mar" bars the scatter-brain . . . anticipates success in piano playing . , . the Lord's way is her way . , . mom is her pal . . . pickles touch the spot . . . Girls' Choir, Press, l-li-C, N.H.S. Samuel Maurice . . . pizza eating "Bud" scorns levis-wearing girls . , . quiet, intelligent girls are his choice . . . admires Dr. Fitzgerald . . . Council KPresidentJ, Mixed Choir, Chess, Track, Football CMgr.i, Basketball, Hall Guard, Latin, Prom, B.l.Z-X. ' Rose Mazur . . . this chicken eater is calculating on being a cal- culator . . . keeps librarians busy . . . Miss Sechler and sister Charlotte are pleasant company . , . fried chicken never goes begging . . . French, G.A.A. Barbara lVIcAuley . . . "Barb" will throw paiama parties for the "Pacabees" . . . too much homework will be ruled out . . . fried chicken is on the menu . . . Hall Guard, lettergirls, Rifle Team, Silver Streak, Lawrence McGrath . . . ball-player Larry isn't on the marry . . . his stratosphere notions keep him up , . . kids lacking school spirit get him down . . . enjoys corn-beef and cabbage . , . admires Mrs. Haas . . . German, Football, B.l.A. Patricia McLaughlin . . . "Pat" has a yen to be a competent housewife to a handsome dark-haired gentleman who wouldn't mind her eating onions . . . positively despises low marks . . . G.A.A. William McMahon . . , riding around with the "Knights" is "Wil- lie's" pastime . . . he'll share rnom's chocolate cake with Miss Thorsson and Ted . . . people who laugh easily can stay on his ranch . . . Boys' Choir. Iune McManis . . . clean-cut fellows with sterling character like Bernacki are her pals . , . has no pets as peeves . , . Mr. Ramsey is her favorite teacher . . . Adv. Swim, Lettergirls, Star Staff, Press, G.A.A. Charles Livermore . . . "Chuck" will try his luck at college . . . hopes to make the team . . . Ierry is pulling for him . . . Lujack is his hero . . . enjoys loafing but says it doesn't pay . . . Football, B.l.A. Barbara Lcdwick . . . "Barb's" insomnia keeps her busy counting sheep . , . homework is the black sheep . . . mom is the shepherd- ess . . . her bookkeeping helps her count . . . dotes on corn on the cob . . . Dardanelles, G.A.l-X. jack Lcetz . . . future electrical engineer, "Blinky," would like to atom bomb conceited and selfish people . . . Miss Behm, Al, mom and dad get choice pages in his memory book. Raymond Lombardi . . . "Metro's" girl pal escorts him to hockey games . . . this prospective husband, father and home-maker admires Mr. Powers . . .mom is queen . . . "know-it-ails" annoy him . . . B.l.A. Iack Lordots . . . "Edee-Beede" is strong for sports . . . hopes to be a sports writer . . . considers dependable unconoeited peo- ple as most valuable to society . . . Mr, Herrick is tops . . . beef is his prime food . . . B.l.A. Donald Lucas . . . college-minded "Luke" holds the good girl in high esteem . . . relies on steak 'n' shakes for his energy . . . just hobnobbing with his pals is recreation enough . . ,admires Mr. Bradley. une elcadfi Betty Miller . . . this gal finds loafing easy . . . hopes to rear twins . . . Miss Polka will be the first to see them . . . steers clear of moody boys . . . chicken rates high . . . Swim, A.B.C., G.A.A. Carolyn Miller . . . vegetable salads keep "Duchess" slender . . . to succeed is most important to her . . . thinks throwing gum in drinking founts is barbarous . . . honest boy like dad rates . . . admires Miss Kilgallon . . . G.A.A. I Charles Milles . . . "Chuckles" wants to buckle down to a legal profession . . . has great respect for the truth . . . considers Mr. Ramsey as his friend in need . . . Picked Platoon, Hall Guard, Office Messenger, B.l.A. Ioan Minnich . . . "Ioanie's" crochet needle is never idle . . . she's busy selling her hand made hankies . . . is a great lover of ambitious people . . . Miss Thorsson is her model . . . Pan Amer- ican, G.A.A., N.H.S. Bunny Mitchell . . . "Midge" is no hick when she's joking with "Dick" . . . would like to take the sickle to fickle people . . . tap dance is one of her loves . . . craves ma's soup . . . GAA. lean Moberg . . . a certain blue-eyed blonde boy had better not be late if he wants to date leanie . . . if he brings a convertible he's doubly welcome . . . drawing is her calling . . . Swim, Hall Guard, GAA. Robert Modieski . . . "Bob," a man of few words but plenty full of action, admires Eisenhower and Patton . . . has his mind set on an intelligent, straight-forward girl . . . N.H.S. Armand Moens . . . "Arm" eats anything and everything "Dusty" cooks . . . he's never "blue" in Lou's company . . . pedagogue notions keep him busy at home-work . . . the girl craze hasn't caught up with him yet. Carma Montecalvo . . . busy-bodies are cast aside . . . "Carm" sees no harm in pizza and shrimps . . . food and bed look good to her . . . so does Mrs. Taglia . . . the good dancer rates . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A,, N.H.S Kathleen Morando . . . "Kay's" ray of sunshine is "Red" . . . he'll be well fed if this fancy housekeeper gets him . . . well dressed men will be welcome to her ltalian spaghetti . . . Mrs. Hege is her favorite . . . G.A,A. Gloria Moretti . . . "Spaghetti" concentrates on one only . . . col- lege is in the offing . . . Mr. Ramsey is her friend . . . thinks dad and mom are unusual parents . . . Roller Skating, Advanced Swim, G.A.A. Laurel Morrison . . . nifty "Lorrie" likes loafing with the "gang" . . . loud people are distasteful to her . . . never tires of mom's luscious cream pies . . . has all the ear-marks of a good sec- retary . . . G.A.A. Ioanne Moscinski . . . private secretary "Io" has a mania for climbing high hills in Cary . , . dancing is her second love . . . morn is her first . . . pizza is her diet . . . Darclanelles, Council, G.A.A., N.H.S. Patricia Moscinski . . . dancing befbop with the strong, silent type is Pat's delight . . . wishes back the long hair days . . . hasn't met her ideal . . . glad to share her pizza with twin lo . . . G.A.A. Lois Motzer . . . sincere people are esteemed by this ardent lover of the piano . . . finds fun reading and munching on French fries . . . mom, Mrs. Hege, and Mrs. Triebel are favorites . . . Choir, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Patricia McNulty . . . "Pat's" love light shines more brightly when Don's figure comes in View . . . expects to go places as a house- wife . . . mom and dad rate high . . . Hall Guard, G,A.A. Ioan Meadowcroit . . . "loanie" thinks quick tempers are hard on the blood pressure . . . headed for college . . . devours cherry pie with gusto . . . fancies Mrs. Haas and Jerry . . . Choir, Latin, Green Curtain, G.A.A. , Phillip Meier . . . "Phil," the fashion plate, aspires to lawyer's bench . . . will prefer charges against "Big Wheels" . . . athletic girls pass his inspection . . . steaks and mushrooms help him grow fat . . . Student Council, German, N.H.S. Louis Meisinger . . . this future carpenter will nail those lazy people . . . "Louie," the untiring worker, stirs up an appetite for steaks and hamburgers . . . pa and Mr. Holm are his type . . . Hall Guard, B.l.A. Raymond Messersi . . . "Misery" likes company of "Ron" but not two-faced people . . . longs to hang his "Sport Shop" shingle . . . could die devouring potatoes . . . spends leisure making baskets and homeruns . . . B.l.A. Earl Meyer . . . "Re-d's" head is set on being his own boss . . . working in wood is more attractive than homework . . . shouts for trout . . . finds Mr. Lakin interesting company . . . German, B.l.A. Ronald Mroika . . . "Ronnie" might televise the latest in "butchery" . . . time is always ripe for tripe . . . saves best meat cuts for Miss Farr and Kurns . . . his lady-friend must be well educated. Harold Muehring . . . "Hats" pal is Dahl . . . future traffic man- ager delights in pidgeon raising . . . dark haired girl will get the prize dove . . . mom and dad come first . . . German, Officers, Picked Platoon, Rifle. Irene Muhr. . . "l" dotos on gazing in windows, shopping for good chicken and stewardess uniforms . . . has fond memories of her dear mother . . . cherishes sincere friends, especially Miss Farr . . . Choir, Dardanelles, Green Curtain, N,H.S. William Murphy . . . his cardinal diversion is in St. Louis' team . . . hopes to earn enough by sports writing to buy his fill of good steaks . . . mom is tops . . . thumbs down on unfriendly people. Walter Musnicki . . . "Wally" likes loafing, but won't find time to do it when he gets into his legal entanglements . . .Len and lohn will get advice free . . . Mrs. Hege is tops . . . B.l.A. William Muzykcx . . . "Willie" is silly over hunting . . . will tackle W any fishing job . . . as a photo-engraver he'll practice on his catch . . . eating pheasant is pleasant . . . Mr. Nalecz is top man . . . Football, Track. t Robert Naqy . . . "Bob's" sob story is his Spanish class . . . has t fond memories of dear Miss Lyon . . . if he ever gets a million, half will go for fried chicken . . . likes Mitchum. William Nawrocki . . . drummer boy "Rocky" seeks a cure for nervous people . . . music lovers are invited to play baseball with him and Ken . . , Mr. Feldman and filet mignon please . . . Band, Orchestra, Polish. Herbert Neitzel . . . "Herbs" days are devoted to his beloved trombone . . . will will it to Mr. Feldman . . . girl gum crackers are like discords to him . . . esteems mom . . . enjoys steak dinners . . , Band. Nancy Nelles . . . to "Nance," the dance is the thing that counts . . . waiting to hear wedding bells . . . pizza is her main dish . . . friendly people count . . . Saddle Bouncers, Bowling, Office Service, Hall Guards, G,A.A. lack Nelson . . . noisy people get no photos from this shutter bug . . . Fred can pose any time with mom's homemade cake . . . scorns people who don't respect the truth . . . Saddle Bouncers. Mclrilyrm Nelson . . . "Nei" hopes a good secretary job awaits her . . . that's on the "O.T." . . . spurns late date keepers . . . has sweet tooth for fudge sundaes . , . favors parents and Mrs. Triebel . . . G.A.A, Robert Nichols . . . "Bud" will write editorials about half-wrecked buses . . . color pictures of "Bog" and his folk appeal . . . chop- suey for him . . . Star, Press, Council, Quill and Scroll, N.H.S. Rose Niedermeyer . . . "Rosie" in a cozy corner reads lives of Waves and Wacs . . . mom and dad encourage her . . . would like to crack down on gum crackers . . . relishes mushroom gravy . . , Choir, French, GAA. Mabel Nielsen . . . friendly people like Mr. Frelich touch the heart of this future nurse . . bus-pushers irk her . . . pleasant personality , is a must in her boy choice . . . Hall Guard, Choir, G.A.A. William Nitschke . . . brainy people and sport minded ones draw "B1ll's" attention . . . people who "Billy" him get no ride in his Buick . . . chop suey goes down easy . . , Concert Band, Bowling, B.l.A., N.l-l.S. Dorothy Noelte . . . "far away places" is the spot for "Dot," where she can swim and play tennis with Iune and eat veal chops with mom and dad . . . Advanced Swim, Life Guard, G.A.A. Carol Oftedahl . . . marital bliss is what this chicken eater is waiting for . . . puts her foot down on long skirts . . . orchids to Miss Vaughan . . . selects the tall blonde . . . dad is her pal . . . G.A.A. Charlotte Ol-mslein . . . "Chick," the musical scientist, detests peo- ple that try to act smart , . . favorites are mom and dad . . . spaghetti tops food buys . . . Pre-Medios, Future Teachers, Girls' Choir, Orchestra. Harold Okon . . . "Harry," coming ranger, is no stranger on the dance floor or at the pool table . . . enjoys people who have a sense of humor . . . compliments Miss Grant . . . goes for pork . . . German. Loretta Olas . . . math teaching scores with "Lor" . . . "tag-a-longs" are pests to her . . . fun with the gang helps her pass the time . . . mom is her ideal . . . Dardanelles, Hall Guards, F.T.C., Choir, GAA., Nns. 83 Marilyn Olson . . . "Blondie" is on the spot when Johnnie serves that fried chicken to her cmd Miss Selinger . . . sloppy dressers get the air . . . longs to perfect her accordion playing . . . Hall Guards, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Walter O'Neil . . . "Wally," the great splasher, will dive for a C.P.A. job . . . has no time for girls smokers and imbibers . . . fattens up on roast pork . . . likes athletic girls . . . Swim, Letter- men, Key, B.l.A. Irene Opager . . . friendly, sincere "l" sighs to travel . . . thinks swimming is good trimming exercise . . . enjoys Miss Landrigan . . . smoking girls get no time from her . . . Sandy is handy as a pal . . . Hall Guard, Girls' Choir, G.A.A. Frances Palmer . . . "Fran" has no time for paper and homework spongers . . . campus days seem good to her . . . likes the Mrs. Pasowicz type , . . Dardanelles, Saddle Bouncers, Pan American, Hall Guard, G.A.A., N.H.S. Ierry Pangborn . . . plowing through Steinmetz halls is worse than tackling in football, so thinks this Polish sausage eater . . . athletic girls are straight shooters . . . Football, Lettermen, Basket- ball, Baseball, B.l.A. Marguerite Papaderos . . . "Margie" never tires of chocolate ice cream but does tire of unfriendly people . . . she's a hot sketch when it comes to designing . . , Mrs. Hege is her friend . . Italian, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Nancy Patano . . . busy little secretary says she'd like to strip cer- tain people of their "ego" . . . dad's pizza even surpasses Mrs. Taglia's . . . insists upon brains and sense of humor . . . Office, Hall Guard, ltalian, G.A.A, Irene Pauls . . . "Red" hopes her role as housewife wori't inter- fere with her ten-pin sport . . . pages Miss Selinger to eat chili con carne with her . . . her devotion goes to her sis . . . G.A.A., German. Ronald Paus . . . get your groceries at "Ron's" his stamp col- lection draws customers . . . is bored with vociferous people . . . enjoys ma, pa, and Mrs. SchwartZ's good natures . . . longs to travel . . . Hall Guard, B.l.A. Alice Pedersen . , . "Al" says if people eat enough they'll never have grouches . . . there looms up in her life ct certain Johnny who is the center of gravity for this chop suey consumer . . . G.A.A. Conrad Pedersen . . . young "Con" has a secret ambition to compete with his cousin . . . girls who over-rate themselves don't please him . . . never too tired to wake up for steaks and chops. lack Pellicane . . . "Swede" gets peeved at himself when he drops mom's fresh lemon-cream pie on Mr. Westergren's foot . . . pal Norman is always on hand to design another . . . German, Hall Guard, B.l.A. Shirley Penoski . . . playing cards is "Shirl's" long suit . . .is trying to trump up a job with the Music Maids . . . Earl sets her head awhirl . . . thinks Miss Rolence is a sharp dresser . . . G.A.A. Iacqueline Peota . , . to be a good Christian wife and mother suits "Iackie" fine . . . thumbs down on girl smokers . . . would like to sample Mrs. Taglia's pizza . . . mom is ideal . . . Darda- nelles, lr. Choir, N.H.S. Antonette Perno . . . would like to team up with boy who skates and dances . . . "Toni" will share her meat balls with uncon- ceited people . . . housewife ambitions occupy her dreams . . . Mrs. Hege and Shirley are tops . . . G.A.A. Sally Perno . . . "Sal" the roller skating housewife will rear well- mannered children . . . chain smokers won't get a link of her spaghetti . . . Shirley and Mrs. Frey make fine dancing partners . . . G.A.A. Ioan Perry . . . "Io's" beau must be well mannered and have a small head . . . loves to chin and chat at Walgreen's with her pals . . Miss Thorsson and mom are her ideals . . . G.A.A. Carol Petersen . . . "Pete's" dreams are of "him" . . . picture her as ideal house-wife with kitchen done in blue and green . . . Audrey and Wayne Will be there . . . fresh foods will be served , . . Choir. Carole Peterson . . . you can find "Pete" sharing her ice cream and popcorn with the "Q.T.'s" and Miss Boller . . . thinks mom makes beautiful music . . . Latin, Choir, Office Service, Voice, G.A.A. Charlotte. Peterson . . . "Swede's" feed is hamburger and mustard . . . sloppy fellows will get no attention from this future nurse . . . rugged lads make a hit . , . selects Mrs Soderberg . . . mom is her pet . . . G.A.A Melvin Peterson . . . "Mel" admires Coach Thompson . . . craves morn's fried chicken . , . delights ni sports . . . aiming at gym teacher's job . . . war paint on maidens annoys him . . . Letter- men, Boys' Choir. 84 t i i une elafid. Edward Quartetti . . . constantly "coughing up" money annoys "Bones" . . you can picture him as shutter man for Life magae zine . . . figures count with him . . . Lou Gehrig is his idol . . . Star, Camera, Press, Pre-Medic. Marylou Quigley . . . "Quig" consumes ravioli with gusto . . . it supplies muscle for her baseball performance . . . is always on deck when cards are shuffled . . . Mrs. Triebel and mother are her inspirations , . . G.A.A. Kenneth Rasmussen . . . "Ross" says conceited people are out of his class . . . he'll be far from the home plate when he starts world travel . . . fried chicken will be his game . . . Band, Orchestra. Gwen Reed . . . Gwen is completely smitten with her little kitten . . . has no time to think about clubs or her future . . . admits she can gobble turkey pretty well . . . Advanced Swim, G.A.A. George Reqas . . . sports of all types keep George eating roast lamb . . . lohn is his card partner . . . follows Mr, Hanclschu's welcome advice . . . loud talkers needn't come close . . . thinks mom and dad are ideal . . . Press Club. Ruth Riemeier . . . fudge sundaes with Mr. Ruzicka and "Babs" chase blues away . . . insincere people are poor dance partners . . . mom and dad are ideals . . . Choir, German, Latin, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Gloria Riqoni . . . "Glo" likes the tennis racket . . . hopes to chisel "Chris" out of clay . . . Miss Rolence is her model . . . Adv. Swim, Lettergirls, Civic Ticket Representative, Student Council, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Vera Rimnac . . . ranch life in Sun Valley where she can draw and exercise and be away from mad drivers appeals to Vera . . . athletic honest boys are admired . . . Council, Dardanelles, French, Hall Guard, Library, N.l-LS., G.A.A. Kenneth Ringstcld . . . Bench-warmer "Ring-Ding" is trying to figure how to get rich quick . . , he can't respect feminine Levi wearers . . . his gang is tops . . . Miss Farr is great. Icseph Rizzo . . . "loe" claims meatballs as good food for basket- makers . . . smoking girls are foul balls . . . wants to be a planner of buildings . . , says a good sense of humor pays well . . . Basketball, B.l.A. Grace Robaidek . . . "lo" favors basketball games as she munches on French fries . . . conceited people irk her . . . nurse's job ap- peals . . . Shorty and Dot rate . . . mom tops the list . . . G.A.A. Donald Roberts . . . thinks too much make-up cheapens girls . . . a talkative lass will pass inspection . . . makes the piano talk . . . admires Miss Silveri and Sproveare . . . Concert Band, RO. Band, Key. Philip Rockcastle , . . "Rocky" will talk himself up to the bar exam . . . he'll prefer charges against women smokers . . . he's quite a dandy at dancing . . . thinks Miss Farr is a good mixer . . . craves mom's spaghetti. Dean Roeinq . . . the worm will turn for Dean, the fisherman, when he lands a good engineering job . . . cravats are his pet annoyance . . . enjoys steaks with dad . . . Choir, Track, Cross- Country, B.l.A. Dolores Rogers . . . carefree people with plenty oi pep can have free lessons at "Dee's" dancing school . . . mother will serve chicken to those who don't tell little white lies . . . G.A.A. Mafalda Pinnelli . . . dancing "Mickey" idolizes mom and goes "dippy" over her ravioli . . . thinks Mrs. Taglia is pretty "nifty" . . . girls who don jeans to school disgust her . , . Hall Guard, Council, Office, G,A.A. Edward Ploder . . . "Ed's" fed up on insincere people . . . wants to land a good rate-clerk job . . . Mr, Schutter is his inspiration . . . dumplings for him . , . picks McMahon as his pal . . . Chess. Geraldine Polacek . . . "Gerry" never tarries when dinner bell rings . . . don't shove her . . . has no time for pastime . . . will be looking for music pupils soon . . . "Daddy" is a prize . . . Librarian, Hall Guard, Choir, G.A.A. Gladys Polzak . . . double-career girl, wife and teacher, has fun concocting jokes for workers on Annual . . . blows up in smoke when her cooking fails . . . Tom's the lad . , . picks Miss Lan- drigan . . . Silver Streak, G.A.A., N.H.S. Frances Ponzo . . . eating mom's pizza and designing blue dresses for cousin lean occupies "Pancho" . . , sincere people like Miss Farr and Mr. Spiecker may inspect her sewing . . . lr. Choir, Dardanelles, Cleanfup, G.A.A., N.l-LS. Dorothy Ptasinski . . . "Dottie" is not a member of the "labor" party . . . prefers wheeling around on skates to scoop up the news . . . mom and dad are lauded . . . enjoys food and Mr. Spiecker . . . G.A.A. me Elm Frances Russo . . . "Fran" would like to run down over-made-up individuals who have the smoking habit . . . grey eyes thrill her . . . shrimps fill her . . . will spend future in far flung mission fields. Ruth Sagmeister . . . work is "Sagie's" middle name . . . spends earnings on steaks and French fries . . . detests the "know-it-all" admires Mrs. l-lege . . , Audrey stands out as her ideal . . . has praise for Wally . . . G.A.A. Kenneth Sallman . . . "Ken" likes gum, but not on seats . sticks to potato salad . . . striking out for 200 is his aim . . sincere people, like Miss Farr make his heart beat faster. Rita Sale . . . this future secretary hopes to model riding clothes . . . eating rnorn's chili has become a habit . . . mom and Miss Thorsson are special favorites . . . pastel pinks and blues are becoming . , . Pan American, Dardanelles, N.l-l.S., G.A.A. Anne Salva . . . "Dusty's" needle is never idle . . . this inveterate reader is headed toward teaching . . . considerate boy friends are welcome . . . mom and Mrs. Triebel are her ideals . . . Pan American, Dardanelles, F.'l'.A., G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Charles Sanzone . . . "Chuck" selects outdoor type of girl . . . sports consume his time . . . dreams about broadcasting sports . . . definitely opposed to "show-offs" . . . dad is outstanding . . . Miss Polka is his friend . . . B.l.A. losephine Sanzone . . . girls poured into levis are not this future typist's type . . . sharp dressers like Mrs. Taglia appeal . . . invites Clare to sample mom's Bar-B-Q beef . . . blue is her color . . . G.A.A. Ioanne Satava . . . to care for the gobs is this future nurse's desire . . . Janeen means everything to her . . . Mrs. Haas and Nana come in for applause . . . French, Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Annual, Choir, N.H.S., G.A.A. Elliott Satinover . . . "El" rebels against bleached blondes . . . lauds appreciative people . . . hopes to wax mellow with his sax . . . his camera is his snappiest pal . . , never tires of hamburgers . . . Camera. Mary Scalone . . . "Mar" would like to take pulse of tall dark rugged boys . . . dining with Miss Polka would be pleasant pas- time . . . arguments vex her . . . spaghetti is undesirable food to her . . . Council, G.A.A. Anthony Scarpelli . . . an athletic girl who doesn't drive, can share "Tony's" spaghetti . . . Miss Monahan will teach him electrical engineering . . . athletics are ideal . . . has more time for pigeons than clubs. Ruth Schaefer . . . alley and rink are her pet amusement places . . . enjoys easy-to-talk-to people . . . smoking in public by teeners annoys her . . . wants to head a bookkeeping department . . . Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Mari Lyn Schenk . . . "Mar," the news collector, could live on pizza . . . future reporter will give Miss Silveri the front page . . . knuckle crackers will be written up . . . worships mom and dad . . . German, G.A.A. Ioann Schle-gl . . . "lo's" admiration goes to keen athletic males . . . caring for the sick is her future role . . . nosy people will get no visitor's card . . . Silver Streak, Cheerleader, Lettergirls, G.A.A. Arlene Schmidt . . . exaggerators who don't like her spaghetti can keep far from "Ar" . . . mom is her pet . . . is looking forward to campus days . . . chatting with friends is her pastime . . . German, G.A.A., N.H.S. Le Roy Rosasco . . . cruising around in his automobile looking for a good spot for business location is the bee in Lee's "bonnet" likes to serenade Miss Farr . . . enjoys ravioli and friendliness . . . B.l.A. Donald Rosenberg . . . "Moose" spends his winter months playing billiards and designing men's clothing with Mr. Ruzicka as the model . . . loud mouths won't get chicken in the basket or mom's homemade ravioli. Barton Rossi . . . "Sunny's" honey will never be the over-painted doll . . . everything edible attracts this future accordionist . . . this handy man likes the square shooter like Mrs. Taglia . . . La Plante is his pal. John. Rossi . . . "lack" lacks time for clubs . . . speeding to finish his boat . . . would consider Mr. Nalecz a good business partner . . . looking for a fiancee with a dowery . . . likes good-matured people. Maryann Roszkowski . . . wouldn't mind seeing Miss Rolence and mom being televised some day eating fried shrimps with Pat . . . wants to be prize housewife . . . hopes to share her cookery with a tall "he". Lya Rottmueller . . . "Lee" has a ripping time with the needle . . . it seems she's sewed up with the nursing vocation . . . thinks impolite, untidy males are poor material . , . mom and dad rate . . . German, G.A.A. ug? E Bette Schmidt . . . castlefbuilder, Bette, wants to land a clean-cut Texas ranger who'll take her to Texas where the days are not damp and cold . . . will take parents along . . . Hi-C. William Schmidt . . . there goes "Willie," the tool maker, off to Russells again for his steak dinner . . . Mrs. Triebel is his guest . . . has eyes only for brown eyed brunettes who dan't smoke. Audrey Schmuck . . . "Aud's" ambition is a secret . . . her "Eskimo" likes her warm letters . . . pizza eating with Miss Polka is pleasant pastime . . . enjoys humorous fellows . . . Lettergirls, Dardanelles, Choir, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Shirley Schoefernucker . . . moms chow-mein in tho saddle bag will make "Sho" ride better when she's on her world seeing tour . . . hopes to steer clear of homework . . . will lasso a gocd- humored boy . . . G.A.A. Marvin Schoenneman . . . likes pocketing billiard balls . . . "Urp's" trouble is being broke too often . . . likes Miss Sechler . . . ambitious people are admired . . , is strong for Billy Rose. Willaim Schoolcraft . . . "Bill" enjoys playing records in company of an intelligent, beauteous maiden . . . declares owning his own car would get him to school earlier . . . admires the intelligent Miss . . . B.l.A. Ronald Schubert . . . analyzing "chem" secrets while swing rec- ords roll around is "Ron's" fun . . . cherishes days with Pop Pfeil . . . thinks show-offs should be stampeded . . . craves chop- suey . . . Latin, Choir, Pireguard, B.l.A. Charlotte Schuetz . . . this trick little knitter finds fun in life . . . food is her fancy . . . reprimands braggarts . . . boys who appreciate outdoor life appeal . . , Gregory Peck is ideal . , . Choir, German, Radio, Saddle Bouncers, G.A.A. Ioan Schulist . . . future finds "lc" en route to New York to the hockey games . . . has "Do" at her side and chicken in her basket . , . Mrs. Triebel is her chaperon . . . Pan American, G.A.A. Janet Schultz . . . "Ian's" pan is always loaded with shrimp . . . likes lobsters but not "crabs" . . . thinks Miss Posse is cute . . . hopes to get a "bang" out cf her typist's job . , . GAA. Mariorie Seaman . . . "Marge" is the beaming gal when the blue- eyed prince appears . . . has dreamy notions about commercial artist's future . . . smoking and profanity disgust her . . . idolizes mom and prefers Miss Farr . . . Hi-C, G.A.A. Grayce Seloi . . . shopping tours to the five and ten with Dolores carrying the shopping bag full of chop suey, delights "Bubbles" . . . she's preparing for housewife jcb . . . Library, Guard, Pre- Medics, G.A.A. Charles Sengslock . . . bandleader "Chuck" with his trio hopes to play for music lovers like Herb and Mrs. Prey . , . C"inese food and understanding people rate high . . . German, N.l'l.S. Rita Seraiin . . . "Mickey" has special talent in drawing . . . hopes to follow a singing career . . . borrowers and sneaks get no time from her . . . interesting talker like Miss Fosse appeals . . . Green Curtain, G.A.A. Salvatore Serio . . . "Sal" would like to go roaming through ltaly with Mrs. Taglia . . . can't fool him on pool shots . . . borrowers are hard on his bank roll . . . mother and Ed. rate . . . B.l.A. Rose Settepani . . . Miss Polka has first place in 'fBosie's" memory album . . . Mrs. Armitage can dance at her wedding when a certain boy "limmies" the lock to her heart . . . Student Council, G.A.A. Barbara Shalla . . . that "Barb" is a "darb" when it comes to sleeping . . . college days will arouse her . . . watermelon diet is juicy enough for her . . . Miss Caster is her favorite . . . Guard, French, Choir, G.A.A. Alice Shipilo . . . loud noisy people interfere with Al's dreams about college days . . . a clean-cut personality boy will find the key to her heart . . . prizes her "sis" . . . Dardanelles, Pan Amer- ican, G.A.A., N.H.S. Ioan Shoemaker . . . "Shoes" coes for baked ham and "spuds" . . . to walk again is her sole ambition . . . sleeping is her spare time hobby . . . athletic, friendly, people appeal to her . . . ap- preciates all teachers . . . G.A.A. Cecilia Sikita . . . "Ces" finds Narragansett buses a mess . . . future nurse wouldn't mind a friendly boy patient . . . raves about Miss Selinger and mom . . . Saddle Bouncers, Polish, Choir, Dar- danelles, G.A.A. Glorianne Siwe . . . "Glory's" morning opens with music . . . admits she's a professional sleeper . . . writing is her yen . . . big "l am" boys are tabooed . . . admires Miss McNamara and Mare . . . Council, Choir, Orchestra, Star, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. 87 Patricia Skehan . . . when "Pat" becomes a housewife, she'll find more time to write letters . . . Miss Farr will get most of them . . . is advertising for a thoughtful, considerate partner . . . Library, Pin and Ring, G.A.A., F.T.A. Harriet Skie . . . "stuck-up" people need not seek "Babe's" friend- ship . . . Mike, mom and Miss Posse are links in her friendship chain . . . athletic type with little to say gets her attention . . . G.A.A. Ianet Skoqen . . . mounting Cary ski-hill with a big blonde to give her a push is lan's ambition . . . laboratory technician's job is goal . . . can't get enough of mom's mashed potatoes . . . Saddle Bouncers, G.A.A. Richard Slezak . . . spends many hours sampling mattresses . . . chatter-boxes disturb his sleep . . . his hope is to be as good as his dad . . . gobs of food float about him , . . worships mom. Beatrice Slinkman . . . profanity users will never get their teeth in "Bee's" apple pie . . . finds pleasure in helping with household chores . . . believes parents should be looked up to . . . admires Mrs. Triebel . . . Red Cross, G.A.A. George Smith . . . better watch your step when private investigator, "Smitty," starts hunting . . . pheasant eating is pleasant . . . short-haired, smoking women better wear bulletproof clothes . . Skating, Hunting, Six Foot. Richard Snediker . . . apples are appealing to "Dick," the future piano puncher who wants to be happy with a quickfwitteol maiden who displays the right way to eat focd . . . Stage Crew, B.l.A. Robert Solka . . . "onion-smothered steak hits the nail cn the head" says Bob, the carpenter . , . spends leisure shining his car and palling with "Looie" . . . smoking girls are sawdust to him . . . B.l.A. Adrienne Speechley . . . "A" likes sound of gym teachers' whistle . . . will blow it at gum cracking pupils . . . sport lovers are her pick . . . idolizes ma and pa . . . Lettergirls, Captain of Cheer- leaders, G.A.A. Board. William Spencer . . . "Bill's" thrill is listening to Be-Bop records . . . to lead a Be-Bop Combo band is the height of his ambition . . , has no time for girl cigarette puffers . . . admires Mr. Feldman. Iames Spircoff . . . "Sparky" hasn't found his favorite food . . . is looking for good hobby that will consume his leisure and be interesting also . . . confesses he thinks a great deal of Mrs. l-lege. Robert Spircoff . . . girls who smoke are no inspiration for this worker in oils . . . enjoys the serene company cf the quiet type maiden . . . Celli is his ideal . . . Dixon makes a gocd pal . . . Crew. Ray Sprinklinq . . . "Bud" will yank out those old snags if they nag you . . . future dentist suggests eating chicken to preserve teeth . . . shoots pool between pullings . . . admires Mrs. Crane . . . Choir, Streak Representative. Michael Sproveare . . . "Mickey's" pulling hard for a dentist's life . . . food consumption is his weakness . . . mom and Miss Thorsson will get free dentures . . . "ain't" users irk him . . . prefers yellow and blue. John Staniszewski . . . sleep comes first . . . over-talkative humans terrify him . . , thinks there is no one like mom . . . Stan's the "guy" who will put punch in his press work . . . admires Giancola. Wayne Steskal . . . "Stesk" finds comfort in attending church and abiding by the will of the Maker . . , Art teachers are his inspira- tion . . . painting expresses his inner thoughts . . . Track, Cross Country, B.l.A. Verna Stieb . . . future finds "Vern" plowing through mission fields seeking to spread church activities among the drink and cigarette addicts . . . will miss mom's breaded chicken . . . Mixed Choir, Chess, Hi-C, G.A.A. Bernice Stramaqlia . . , "Bee" and "Lee" bowl with "Bea" . . . likes to travel, but not with rushing people . . . relishes mom's fried chicken . . . enjoys boys full of fun . . . all teachers are her friends . . . G.A.A. Arthur Stritzel . . . insomnia and poor appetite are not Archie's troubles . . . conceited people annoy him . . . giddy girls disturb his rest . . . seeks early retirement . . . orchids to mom and Mrs. Zwicky . . . Hall Guards, Latin, B.l.A. Elaine Stromsdorfer . . . she sees a secretary's job in the horizon . . . perpetual borrowers should take a powder . . . mother's kind- ness and Miss Rolence's personality impress her . . . blue is her color . . . German, G.A.A., N.H.S. Alice Strusz . . . "Al's" dog "Pewee" enjoys her warbling, but runs away from lady smokers . . . mom and Pat add joy to her life . . . Choir, Cheerleaders, Council, Life Guard, G.A.A., N.H.S. 88 t une 616,44 Angelo Terracino . . . angling "Angie" sets his net for a good catch . . . imagines he'd like to own a resort . . . pizza and spaghetti would be served . . . girls get no cigarettes from him . . , B.LA. Olive Tessaro . . . a happy marriage with Carma as bridesmaid and mother as her model is "Ollie's" chief ambition . . . hopes to land an understanding considerate gentleman . . . Advanced Swim, Lettergirls, Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Iames Thomson . . . strutting about on the ice and bike racing with Don and Mr. Holm on the handlebars is a good picture of lim . . . longs to own a car . . . girl smokers will be shunned . . . Civic Ticket. Theodore Thull . . . "Willy's" jalopy has fascination for "Ted," future stockholder in 7-Up Company . . . down with fag-bags and paint faces . . . jolly, peppy girls are on top . . . Gymnastics, Boys' Choir, Track, Lettermen. Ioan Tobolik . . . conceited people score "zero" with "Toby" . . . she'd like to take a skate around the World provided a tall blonde football player was along to pick her up when she fell . . . G.A.A., N.l-LS. Borton Tranter . . , this young man has his mind on leading a good Christian life walking in the footsteps of the Lord . . , his diversions are around church activities . . . mom and dad leads . . . I-ii-C, Choir, Chess tPres., B.l.A. Leslie Trinkaus . . , "Les" drops a stitch in knitting to catch up on her dancing . . . over-sweet people disgust her . . . Iohnny gets ties done in navy and chartreuse . . . Empty Saddle, Pan American, Choir, Council, N,H.S. Arlene Tumolo . . . this coming soft-spoken pedagogue prefers grammar school , . . noisy people distract "Ar" . . . sister Babs is her pastime . , . friends count with her . . . so do her parents . . . Press, Star, Choir, G.A.A. William Twine . . . early retirement for "Willie" finds him sur- rounded by two inch steaks with "Speed" as co-consumer . . . his red and blue fishing togs will ensnare the girl with natural beauty . . . admires his parents. Iecrn Ullrich . . . "leanie" lends her ear to the lonesome boys . . , music and dancing thrill her , . . opposed to racial prejudices . . . favors Mr. Lakin . . . is devoted to mom . . , Civic Ticket, Silver Streak Representative. Lois Unger . . , "Lo" would like to knit teaching kindergarten into her future . . . thinks friendly Mr. Ramsey should become honor- ary member of the "Pacabees" . . . Green Curtain Players, Dardanelles, G,A.A. Ted Varouxakis . . . "Sikas" won't share his malts with gum-chew- ing girls . , . a C.P.A. career beckons him . . . he's never "blue" with those happy-go-lucky knights . . . Ma Farr applauds his hand-balancing . . . N.H,S., Prom. Emil Venuti . . . "Red's" singing commercials will sell his ranch- raised mink skins to lovely ladies . . . first customers will get first seats for his premier concert . . . Silver Streak, Stage Crew, Choir, B.LA., N.H.S,, osos chistosos. Marion Vick . . . conceit doesn't go well with "Vicky" . . . spare time finds her on the rink or consuming French fries . . . falls for the fellow who roller skates . . . admires Miss Polka . . . G.A.A. Virginia Viscuso . . . "Dinah," French fries consumer and future globe trotter, takes time out to roller skate . . . slow-pokes irk her . . . Miss Thorsson pleases her . . . mom is her pal . . . Library, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Ioan Sweet . . . this "look pretty, please," operator would travel far for those thick steaks . . . her home in North Woods is opened to humorists . . . esteems her parents . , . Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. Lorraine Swiderski . . . "Lorry" is full of school spirit . . . rooting for teams is her specialty . . . is impatient with kids who don't come out and cheer . . . admires Mr. Ramsey . . . Cheerleaders, Polish, Lettergirls, Silver Streak, G.A.A. Angela Tangi . . . homerun Angie' filled with pizza is raring to organize a baseball team . . . father will be captain . . .Miss Rolence will Hump" the games . . . uniforms will be rod and blue . . . G.A.A. Souran Tavitian . . . "Su" wouldn't give a sou for any cooking, but mom's . . . looks longingly at retirement at thirty-five . . . pheasants and black bass are his catch . . . French, Lettermen, Swim Team. Nancy Taylor . . . fancy "Nan" out with her field glasses seeking a millionaire . . . conceited boys are her ugly ducklings . . . dad is her prince charming . . . athletic blondes may have key to her heart . . . G.A.A. Muriel Tellschow , . . "Toots," the mermaid, aspires to be a music Wonder . . . prefers salads above all . . . homeworker shirkers an- noy her . . . mom is outstanding personage . . . Mae Heimberger is her pal . . . Music Appreciation, Know Chicago, G,A.A. une 616,44 Georgeann Ward . , . "George," the little pedagogue, marks down the smoke fiends . . . likes friendly people like Miss Thorsson and Miss Landrigan . . . enjoys her brother's witty remarks . . . l:'.T.A., Green Curtain, Silver Streak, G.A.A., Prom. Iohn Warren . . . "Physics" is the nucleus of "Bluebeard's" am- bition . . . Science fiction is his type of reading . . . admires con- tented people . . . esteems one who has courage to do what's right . . . Chess, F.T.C., Key, N.H.S. Ioan Weege . . . mom and loan will prepare fried chicken and cherry pie for Mrs. Watson and buddy Pat . . . finger nail biters will get the bones . . . friendly people never make her blue . . . G.A.A. Iames Wehlau . . . lim's pressing engagements will be with the Tribune in the future . . . lacob's and Miss Sutherland will get free copies . . . won't have time to loaf, then hopes there's one more meat ball. Audrey Weinberg . . . a tall, dark, handsome one who wouldn't mind baby sitting with her dogs can call . . . likes Mrs. Armitages type . . . hopes to draw pay by drawing . . . detests overalls . . . G.A.A. De Loris Wenta . . . "Dee Dee" likes to draw more than her breath . . . has designs on a fashion designer's job . . . arrogant peo- ple will be ousted . . . admires Mrs. Exarhos . . . craves lemon cakes . . likes green eyes . . . G.A.A. Melclaire Wermich . . . hopes to organize a nurses' bowling league when she gets her uniform . . . will vote down gum crackers . . . has appetite for shrimps and pizza . . . wearers of loud-colored shirts intrigue her. Henrietta White . . . "Ann," the television fan, seeks the clever "he" . . . secretary to a doctor sounds like a good tonic . . . can't take the unwarranted silent treatment . . . Starlets, Bowling, Senior Choir, French, G.A.A. Shirley Wichert . . . "Shirl," the clothes mender, welcomes the smile-givers . . . scorns the eavesdroppers . . . this coming sec- retary promises not to listen to boss's telephone conversations . . . lr. Choir, Dardanelles, Mixed Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. Arlene Widenmeyer . . . "Weedie" plays tennis with athletic Doris and Tessie . . . crowded buses are her downfall . . . mom and tossed salads are her pick-up . . . church activities occupy her time . . . GAA., Hi-C. Marie Wiencek . . . chumming with her "Deb" friends is Maries chief mania . . . consult her for the latest in cake decorations , . . dad is her teacher , . . mom is her pal , . . Choir, Skating, Polish, G.A.A. Helga Wiesetzke . . . "Wizz" is trying hard to master art of wink- ing . . . she's a whiz at climbing Cary ski-hills . . . clings to sincere folk like dad and Mr. Bradley . . . German tPres.J, Dar- danelles tVice Presb, G.A.A., N.l-l.S. Lois Wilson . . . moody people get nowhere with "Lo" . . . Mrs. Taglia is ace high . . . sweet and understanding people are her ideals . . . ltalian dishes are best of all . . . loan C. is her pal . . , G.A.A. Gloria Winkel . . . dressmaking suits her . . . cello and piano keep her busy . . , eating apple pie comes natural , . . picks Mr. Frelich , . . would risk all for Fisk . . . conceited people are out . . . Dardanelles, Orchestra, N.l-l.S. Marian Wisnoski . . . dreams of wealth and success fill Mar's waking hours . . . exaggerators are out . . . dad is her favorite . . . thinks Miss Thorsson is the best . . . Swedish meat balls are delicious eating . . . G.A.A. Margaret Vogel . . . "Babe," the dancing stenographer, sees green concerning borrowing people . . . French tries and ham burgers soothe her . . . so does Mr. Baker, dad, and athletic "fellas" . . . German, G.A.A. Anna Von Helms . . .Ann's domestic trends forecast a good home maker for a certain personality boy . . . detests braggers and profanity . . . enjoys Mr. Ramsey's jokes , . . idolizes mom . calls for pork 'n' beans , . . Choir, German, G.A.A. Richard Wcxlitschek . . . steak-eating "Wally" resents suspender pullers . . . exceeds in pool shooting . . . aspires to make a success of life . . . a little blonde who'll mash spuds and fry steaks will share his success. Lillian Waller . , . "Lili" wishes Mr. Spiecker to give her a pedom eter to measure her walking escapades . . , declares sloppy peo ple are unbearable . . . hamburgers are good eating mires Lucinda . . . G.A.A. Donald Walton . . . baseball fan "Fritz" has his telescope out for an interesting "pay well" job . . . busy bodies are foul balls . . . would walk miles for good spaghetti . . , admires Ricken backer, and Miss Perry . . . B.l.A. Hans Wanner . . . "Heinz" finds soccer fascinating pastime . is wild about fried chicken and sauerkraut , . . is waiting pa tiently for Graduation Day . . . is wary of profanity users . Mrs. l-lege is outstanding teacher . . . Hall Guards. glib Dolores Witt . . , "Kitten" hopes her waiting days will be ended when the wedding bells peal out "Lohengrin's March" on a cer- tain September morn next year . . , Hall Guard, Star, G.A.A. Raymond Witte . . . meet the famous model maker in his up-to-date tool and dye factory . . , theres his school pal Adrian, now his partner . . . still goes for ma's cooking . . . German, Chess, Non- Com. Phyllis Woiciechowski . . . Phil kills time on the bowling alley while waiting for Miss Watson . . . to be a housewife is height of her ambition , . . could die eating mom's cooking . . . deplores conceit . . . G.A.A. Margaret Young . . . "Margo," future hen medic is sensitive to nail scratchers . . . a sparkling personality may light her way . . . goes for tried shrimp and chicken . . . Dardanelles, Starlets, Girls' Choir, G.A.A., N.l'i.S. Shirley Young . . . "Shirl's" head is in a whirl making wedding plans . . . Dans the man . . , spare ribs won't be scarce on her table . . . determined to be model housewife . . . polite boys are appreciated . . . G.A.A. Claire Youngnickel . . . detests "Clara" . . . loves shrimps . . . idolizes mom . . . respects Mr. Henze . . is contemplating medi- cine , . , likes humor . . . goes in for swimming and dancing . . . prefers blondes . . . Girls' Choir, G.A.A. Edward Zaqorski . . . "Ed" has miniature golf business in his mind . , . maybe Mr. Downey can set up his books . . . drafts- man is another ambition . . . maybe Uncle Sam will take care of this . . . BLA. locmne Zaiic . . . this expert ballroom dancer hopes to hop to success . . . four bells go for mom and Bart , . . tardy people get the gong , . . Miss Silveri is her inspiration . . . loves Italian dishes . . . G.A.A. Ierry Zaleski . . . "Zalemo" admires Lincoln . . . scorns conceit and X girls torch burners . . . admires Mr. Lakin . . . fattens up on pizza and sausage to make ready for college days , . . Cadillac owners appeal . . . Lettermen, Football, Track, B.l.A. Regina Zclluska . . . "Reg," the roller skating air-line hostess likes neat, sharp dressers . . . enjoys Nancy's keen sense of humor . . . starers are avoided . . . Silver Streak, Polish, Hall Guard, Library. Dorothy Zinn . . . good conversationalist like George interests "Dot," movie fan and bookworm . . . marriage is her goal . . . picks Grace and Helen as bridesmaids . . . conceited people are out . . . craves ma's food . . , G.A.A. Thomas Bowler . . . Canada charms Tom, the champion at pickin' chicken . . . personality girls who refrain from smoking are ace high . . . craves mom's pancakes . . . selects Miss Farr . . . Basee ball, Football, Lettermen, Polish, Swim, Marshall, B.l.A. Roy Balleto Charles Barndt Raymond Covelli Walter Dallman Leroy Gratz loseph Hale Don Kraft Robert Kuhns George Madak NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Bernard Muske Ray Mytych Don Peterson Robert Provenza Joseph Salvo Conrad Spitek Nicholas Vasallo Edward Vossel l Zin jlltlemuriam pflllfpflflflel' i P N r fp, S - ..1: :- 'Sr 5 f 2 C. qw, , Rgwwv Q 41' '01, 1 'Q .I ., Bb . 3 ' W ,W-Xzigf ig' 2" ": ' 'Qfi WG fi my s, N .iv K ff ,w . 5.53 3? 6 + , 5 R ' A :fx Seniafz. param. . . fl' Jfappend Gnce fn a .fi lime set Q The Februory Seniors held their prom ot The Edqewoter Bectch l-lotel on lcfnuory twenty-liith. The hollrooni is on exquisite ploce to hold or prom, but its beoruty wots enhonced when the lovely lcrdies come rustling in with their hondsome escorts ond the orchestro ployed cr cheery welcome to oll. The contents of those precious boxes were soon seen porddinq qorily on the beorutitul tormols oi the chcrrrninq qirls. 93 afziencf lwalfzead ainf 7ime lla Selma Parent Teacher Association Steinrnetz parents have always been anxious and willinq to do their bit to better conolitons at the clear old school in the west. They support all school projects and contribute gener- ously to them. Their last bake sale not only tattened the buyers, but tattenecl also the contribution made to loan Schurnachers benefit. Congratulations. P.T.A. OFFICERS Seated: Mrs. W, Gibson, Pres., Mrs. G. Herrick, Rec. Sec., Mrs. L. Springer, lst VP., Miss M, Boller, 2nd VP. Standing: Mrs. F. Boyd, Rec. Sec., Mrs. F. Busch, Tre-cts., Mrs. L. Miller, Auditor. P.T.A. BOARD Seated: Mrs. H. P. Kosinski, Mrs. E. E. lahnke, Mrs. L. Springer, Mrs. l. G. Merner, Mrs. N. B. Olsen, Mrs. A, lust. Standing: Mrs, W. I. O'Neil, Mrs. B. E. Watkins, Mrs. L. Bullock, Mrs. F. C. Boyd, Mrs. I. Craig, Mrs. E. W. Bartelt, Mrs. L. H. Panqborn, Mrs. R. Nelson, Mrs. E. N. Schelker. 94 a am! Ma Q0 Back la Scfzaal Parents' Night Niqhi iiqhis burned in Sieinrneiz ciossroorns when porenis Come book to school for or "refresher" course. They otiended two ciosses, oii for fun, no horneworkeschooi Wos-n't oi- wdys iike thot. The evening ended with ponei discussions showing the porrenis thoi siudenis hdve opinions olso. .fife :qi 7fze Saqae gwncr GJ-LA. First four in first row: I. McDonnell CPres.D, L. Farsi CSec.l, V. Wenger fTreas.l, S. Clarke CVice-presj. Band Center left: At piano: I. Manger. Row 1: M. Radecki, I. Lindquist, I. Zullo, E. Schumann, Mr. U. Williams, cone ductor. Row 2. A. Kludy, A. Drohner, G. Gallee, I. Pali lin, A. Wallace, R. Lucia. Row 3. P, Burlchardt, S. Pal- minteri. Barn Dance Lower left: R. While, accordiong I, Wheeler, guitar, L. Riff and D. Garaanop B. Naus and M. Fanello, W, Iurelc and I. Milano, A. Reid and P. Palminteri. Upper right: Mr. Beck, in charge of Sayre Branch. Siudent Council Center right: Seated: A. Reid, L. Riff, I. Bredehorn, B. Naus, I. Milano ITreas.l, N, Sorensen ISec.D, R. Garqano fVice-presj. Standing: I. Larsen, I. Zullo, C. Arcoli, E. Benson, D. Krueger, A, Pollman, W. Iurelc, D. Garqano, D. Edwards, I. Wheeler, Mr. lrlandschu, sponsor, H. Har- rigan, CPres.l. Star Staff Lower right: At table: N. Trojan, B. Naus, C. Gast, A. Hansen, N. Schelker, R. Thomas lliditorl. Standing: R. White, L. Riff, E. Young, D. Edwards, I. Wheeler, G. Carlson, B. Murawslci, I. Bredehorn ISports Editorl. Wed Be Seeing, you Scan Sayre Branch The Sayre Branch, under the direction ot Mr. W. Beck, sponsors many activities. Among thern are a Band, a Student Council, and the G.A.A. 'lhe Star staff works with the Star at the main build- ina and besides that they have their own publication, The Bark. They feature competition arnona each other in ditterent sports. Football Upper leit: Holdinq ball: A. Pollman. Row 1: G. Demetrion. Row Z: B. Kern, I. Costello, I. Guerra, D. Freqa, G. Dearinq. Row 3: I. Farle, F. Perri, G. Parrott, I. Milano, D. Iohnson. Kickpin Champions Center picture: Row 1: I. Yelton, C. Hatfield, V. Wcnaer, A. Pellicane. Row 2: I. McDonnell, C, Bellesi, A. Skwarek, K. Schreiber, L. Forst. R.O.T.C. Center right picture: Row 1: I. Zullo, Master Sat. Brennan. Row 2: E. Schumann, H. Luciani, I. Parle. Row 3: A. Wallace, I. Holt, F. Pocora. Row 4: D. Edwards, P. Burkhardt, M. Piorito. Row 5: B. Miller, E. Wardrum, D. Iohnsen. Branch Bark Lower right picture: Standing: D. Orel, S, Isaacson, M. Fancllo, A. Pollrnan IBOYS' Sport Editorl. Girls at mimeoqraph machine: I. lllichrrran, L. Forst CGirls' Sport Editorl. At desk tllditorl: C. Hatfield, R. lntcrdonato, I. McDonnell, I, Altobell. 97 14 ciiailied C6165 fo Auif afffcwfefi anrlfanciw affmcf Me fshwlenffsg ww! EL af Sfeinmefz never Lecomed 5:5 rx 4' Q . Row 1: F. Ponzo, N. Bettczrelli, I. Bencivenqa, A. Rambert, G. Grabo, C. Emma, A. Gaskill, G. Cerceo, B. Sheffer. Row Z: E. Fair, I. Koetke, E. Fisher, M. Lanqlois, M. Faust, D. Leonard, V. Delia, E. Hagen, S. Beyer. Row 3: I. Brown, L. Drafz, D. Cammisar, R. Valli, M. Budacz, G. Hillis, A. Kast, M. Misura, R. Meyers, I. Remus. Row 4: N. Olson, I. Stalbus, P. Kehart, G. Ulrich, B. Carlson, S. Schulz, M. Kafka, A. Smith, B. Olson. Row 5: D. Conville, I. Gallie, N. Theilgaard, S. Wichert, C. Pur- nell, A. Kozeluh, D. Spitz, N. Sa- bovich, M. Parlopino, C. Schaef- fer. Row 1: M. I. Gimino, C. Bailey, B. Mitchell, l. Klima, E. Endler, I. McCarty, I. Kalinowski, l. Muhr, E. Bihun. Row 2: I. Hale, P. Iolciel, N. Kramer, E. Nowicki, I. Campo, I. Thomsen, N. Kristoffer- sen, I. Grippe, M. Okamoto, L. Koster. Row 3: I. Bern, S. Clea- horn, B. Kanaby, N. Grider, I. Schleql, C. Chellin, P. Lauter, F. Reid, S. Welch. Row 4: I. New, rnan, A. Fnqdahl, C. Baldwin, B. Peterson, A. Wilk, I. Liqtenbera, P. Zakrzewski, N. Thomas, A. Duclchorn, I. Clarke. Row 5: B. N Rolls, N. Clouston, D. Comiskey, , O. Genuk, I. Sydow, G. Polzalc, G. ff Puttkover, N. Neidhardt, P. Baird. IR. CHOIR OFFICERS Standing: N. Clouston CAcCom- panisiI, C. Fmma lSocial Chair- martl, P. Iokiel fSe:retaryI, F. Ponzo CPres.I Back Row: I. New- man lVice,Pres.I, C. Baldwin lTreCs.I.1-Xt Piano: Miss Farr. 7faeae '4 a. Sang fn 7fzeia Jleaald Iunior Girls' Choir Iolly airls and a jolly sponsor make up the Iunior Choir. They are always there with a full repertoire of selections suitable for any occasion that may arise. Sinqina is a pleasure for them, and this pleasure is reflected in their performance. They will be well remembered for their clever interpretations of melo- dies from the "South Pacific" at the Music Festival. 101 Row 1: B. Majeski, G. Polacek, A. DuPree, A. Clitgard, B. Klauer, I. Laport, A. Brylas, H. Gusczyk L. Sanne, B. Bierneier. Row 2: M. Klasky, P. Rothschiller, C. Pilszak, G. Hendry, P. Cook, I. Pack C. Mader, D. W'edin, S. Friedrick, D. Taylor, Row 3: W. Seidel, B. Church, R. Petersen, N. Schoe- mahn, M. Hartung, M. Brosz, C. Petersen, L. Simoncelli, B. McGehee, L. leler. Row 4: S. Hendren N. Mrazek, D. Bonds, P. Peshek, V. Newman, C. Peterson, S. Whittington, B. Dixon, C. Sikita, D Graikowski. Row 5: M. Baker, L. Olas, I. Berg, L. Trinlcaus, I. Satava, A, von Helms, I. Osland I. Plummer, D. Possehl, D, Possehl. PICTURED ON OPPOSITE PAGE Row 1: B. Lange, I. MacLean, I, Romashko, B. Iunge, D. Shamlian, A. Tumolo, M. Young, D. Hasto, I. Merner, M. Eudeilcis. Row 2: P. Wensierski, I. Melau, E. Bogl, A. Smentelc, I. Bartholomae, G. Fischer, I. Settepani, P. Lernke, I. Opager, A. Strusz. Row 3: I. Amerski, S. Bradford, C. Young' nickel, S. Oyeski, I. Iensen, C. Mews, I. Kocol, I. Albrecht, N. Krueger, N. Bringe. Row 4: L. Iust, T. Buggero, M. Olden, R. Melkis, S. Swanson, I. Hammang, B. Penley, C. Thompson, M. Topp, I. Caltagirone. Row 5: C. Erlandson, D. Gutberlet, I, Meadowcrott, I. Iahns, E. Focht, G. Siwe, R. Nieclermeyer, M. Kawal, C, Lavnick, B. Anderson, B. Rice. OFFICERS At piano: H. Gusczyk tPres.I. Row 1: D. Taylor tSec.I, P. Lemke tSec.I. Row 2: E. Focht, tBus. Mgr.I, B. Iunge IHostessD, L. Iust fTreas.D, M. Young tLibrarianI. 4400! Qpen 7fzaaal'4 Game lfffudicaf fVaZ'e4 Senior Choir The Steinrnetz Girls' Choir is in its fourteenth year ot musical activity. Candidates ior admission pass a very complete and interesting entrance test based on ear training, sight reading and psychology. The choir appears annually in the City Choral Contests and also sings tor Festivals, Conventions and other events. The Repertoire of the group includes rnany ta- mous works of noted composers, from Palestrina to contempo- rary Gardner Bead. The annual initiation ceremony is a color- iul event built around the girls' pledge to Loyalty, Culture and Sensitivity. 102 1 WZ? .pf 74601, Mudic .fiaend All Qccadiand Starlets: tupper left picture? M. Young, C. Ott, B. Berismori, B. lunge, S. Brad' ford, R. Serofin, D, Bolms, H. White, G. Alberti tat pionol. Chcmsonettes tupper right picturel N, Clement, B. Dixon, D. Hosto, M. Kowol, P. Cook, I. Oslorid, E. Voql, A. Duproe, I. Hommanq, N. Schoemomi Cut picmcl. Center picture: G. Clemente Cot picmol, D. Scmti Cvioliiil, G. Albeiti Cwith cellol, G. Alberti Cot pionol, A. Vlilliotms tviolinl, G. Wiiikel tcellol, F. Kukulot fcellol, R. Schmitt fvioliril, E. Sccxlzitti Cot pitmol. Lower right: A. Williams tviolol, l. Lippi Kvioliril, G. Wmkel fcellol, A. Avischious tvioliril. PICTURES ON OPPOSITE PAGE Upper left picture: l. Lippi Cvioliiil, A. Alberti ice-llol, N, Bodo Cot pioiiol. Upper right picture: R. Twimi tilt pionol, A. Coccovori fcollol, S. Zoluskcr tviolixil, E. Krause fvioliul, P. Leon Cbull tiddlel. Lower left: standing: l. Lippi tvioliiil, A. Avischious tviolfll, G. Vifinkel tcellol, G. Clemente lot picmcl. Circle picture: A. Corcovori ffellol. S. Zoluskfi fvioliul, S, Siwok tot picmob, 104 eapai e ffffafticiand rqae eneaaad pea aamead flaw n V N 1- Chamber Music Musut ter tefxe, luucheums, I.,L1ILQLle5tS, festivals and conventions is iurrushvd meutcixl and These voumf they devote smvice ie th 105 by Mr. Willcurd Grooufs Chamber Music. Insiru' vocal selections me Gveilcxble for UH occasions. 4 folk are to he especicilly commended because mcmy hours after school cmd on hclldcxvs to render e school as we-H as to The Commuulw. Wie 62 clcllez mc! Me Bama Make NZ! Shaw Row 1: A. Williams, I. Lippi, A. Caccavari, N. Bodo, G. Alberti, G. Winkel, R. Weiszmann, D. Santi. Row 2: A. Avischious, S. Zaluska, B. Meetz. Row 2: E. Weaver, E. Scalzitti, F. Kula, S. Siwak, I. Thorne, A. Merriman, I. Boyd, I. Kresch, l. Gaus, N. Graham, I. Ring, B. White, E. Krause, I. Smetters. Row 3: R. Anderson, R. Modjeski, V. Havice, C. Disney, M. Lundqren, I. Cicero, R. Liska, M. Lentz. Row 4: C. Ott, G. Clemente, B. Hjertstedt, D. Mazza, E. Berg. I. Kuczma, K. Ras- mussen, B. Nawroclci, R. Twinn, E. Falkenstein, M. Wilson, Mr, Groom, D. Spitz, L. Minardi, N. Walker, R. House, P. Leon, S. Braun. OPPOSITE PAGE Upper left: Flute Trio: I. Kresch, I. Boyd, A. Merriman. Upper center: Drum Ensemble: B. Naw- rocki, I. Kuczmcx, R. Guskey, K. Rasmussen. Upper right: Clarinet Quartet: B. Neitschke, B. Spenser, l. Gaus, N. Graham. Lower left: Saxophone Quintet: B. Spencer, D. Iohnson, E. Satinover, D. Trinkaus, A. Huskie. In circle: M. Lenz Ctrombonel. Lower right: Woodwind Trio: R. Mocljeski, I. Kresch, l. Gans. Symphony Orchestra Mr. Groom's orchestra has become as much a part ot Steinmetz as the seats in the auditorium. Way up in Room 400, tour stories up, is Where they meet to perfect their productions. At times when smooth sweet music is needed, these musicians are ready to provide it. How dull Steinmetz would be without its orchestral , 106 Wm Wink am! llfze Wana ACM Www Blom 7fze1ze 4 Sameltfung 1460141 a Jfame 7awn gan Concert Band Up in Room 4Ul, tar from the "maddening crowd" gather the members of the Concert Bandg here they can blare and blow to their hearts content. Out ot the blares and blows come all the tine selections that the Band contributes to the school assemblies, the RO. parades and the many community requests. Mr. lvan Feldman, capable and enthusiastic, has been leader of the band for the past several years. '7fml' Maked W4 gee! Sa Qaan CONCERT BAND Row 1: L. Hedges, A. Merriman, l. Boyd, I. Kresch. Row 2: B. Spencer, W. Nitsolfike, H. Tarraqana, l. Gaus, N. Graliarn, A. Huskie, l. Byer. B. Briney, A. Duffey, B, Anderson, E. Mature, C. Disney, M. Luridqren. l. Cicero, B. Barrett, R. Andersen, B. Mcdieski. Row 3: l. Sleznick, P. Ewalfl, I. Blackman, D, Roberts, E. Salinover, I. Suertli, P. Bretlner, M. Mortensen, E, lrilirisori, D. Tririlcaus, l. Brown, C. Breen, l. Clinton. Row 4: M. Kulczyk, l. Fernr zrrr ies, M. Wolll, A. Snierilolc, B. Nelson, C. Oil, G. Clemente, l. Carrao, F. Bora, l. Kilczrna, K. Plasnnisseri, VV, Nawrocki, Pr. Guslcey, W. Weber, E. Splelzer, B. loliris, B. Eriqelllialrr S. Parker, B. Brirley, C. Eldridge, W. Wliile, l. Rina, l. Krfas. Row 5: W. Gibson, H. Neitzel, M. Leritz, B, Liska. 109 , . lwwiic lwudic . . . Maile Tuesdory evening, November 22, 1949, Steinmetz doors were Hung open to receive 1500 music 1overs who cdme to hedr the music ciubs under the direction ot the music depcrrtment. The pictures ctbove te11 the entire story oi the evening. Miss Ki1gour's boys, orithough not pictured here, brought down the house with their nove1 dct ot "Dry Bones." The gtfcrir was cr iindncicri ors we11 cfs cz socicti success, ond o vote oi grcttitude goes to our music depcrrtment. 110 9 lf' "-55. i-.I ,.. .. ., 1 , K 7 1 s k 1 ,ggfw . , , .. .ii - K ,H 1-Wfgm IE N 2 3 I ml S ls' -sg iff' gi S Sxii ' ffm 1 5 Q 2 am , H 2 2 3' YH Q QQ 7 jx A 1 ,, . . , g.,.,. ,, . V , ..., , ,. ,, , ,Mi wig . . ., ,A .,,- 2 A , .I 1 2 , ,., ., i " ai . EJ fuimtlael Boyd Nw 14 waqd- feeacfy 1 Boys' Choir Row 1: M. Kimmel, C. Hoy, R. Gliot, A. Pauling, I. Tomaszewski, C. Schaden, C. Wysocki, C Wood, P. Seqes, I. Voss, E. Smeds. Row 2: T. Thull, I. Doti, A. Broseghini, M. Corso, W. Roos P. Maqqiore, S. Gordon, M. Palella, L. Sitko, I. Cebol, D. Banks, W. Crocker, C. Knudson. Row 3 K. Buck, A. Bjornestad, A. Heineman, D. Roeinq, O. Kleiber, L. Huyck, Pt. Schumacker, G. Lapata O. Stembel, H. May, C. Sanzone, G. Gathman, W. Hamann, R. Wolfe-rt. Row 4: B. Telkamp, H Sergey, M. Peterson, H. Rodman, H. Okon, I. Dorsen, R. Tracy, L. Bullock, H. Stutz, I. Larson, W Chmura, R. Head, T. Varouxakis, W. McMahon, C. Freeman. Row 5: M. Konecki, E. Booth, Ft Franke, H. Starck, B. Payne, R. Teuber, D. Miller, I. Novak. OFFICERS T. Varouxaikis, Pres., R. Franke, V. Pres. Standing: C. Wood, Sec., M. Petersen, Librarian, I. Fur rnanski, Treas., T, Thull, Librarian. Spring Officers not pictured: Pres. R. Franke, Sec. H. Okon, Assistant Sec. E. Ploder, Librarians C. Wood, E. Booth. At the turn of the century the boys' choir marks fifteen years of faithful service to Steinmetz. Miss Kilaour, the sponsor, besides directing their musical activities helps her boys to arrange their social functions, the most im- portant of which is the mothers' annual tea. 112 STAGE CREW At Stairs. Top to Bottom: R. 411.151 ni, H, ikifskt 1 I. Hum, S. Amifvlssum. On Spot Tower: H, Iiulmliu. Standing: D. P11+-rw-1., E-T. if V-Li, At Switch Board. Kneeling: I. F11-y. With Telephone: kt. Hrmt-t rhviim. With Ear Phones: IT. Sfimihikt-, My tiguti rms, Spur: :::,t. In Kino Booth. Left to Hiqht: I. ' Xi1YiSfUfUi14"Iff.t 'fti U. :S rxflf Mkt-v Mrillvy. fail' Eecaade Wake 14 wcufd Jfan i 113 7!t6i7L fbaamalic Zxfzililianet rqae Knock-Gait Green Curtain Players Upper picture: Boys fighting. P. Cristantiello, A. Broseghini, fGiris wotchingbz I. Satava, G. Ward. CStanding in back of chair? E. Burnier, H. Thomason, M. Law- renz. Seated: P. Osborn, I. Muhr. Center picture: In mirror: N. Nor- man, I. Meadowcraft, N. Walker, L. Unger. Being made up: R. Langer, A. Rich, D. Leonard. Fore- ground: Kneeling: R. Seratin. Lower Picture: Seated: A. Cone ville, M. Iohnson, S. Kaage. Standing: B. Pago, B. Bensman, W. Ruhiin, E. Iansen, N. Auster- muehie. Every year this organization presents a play for the entertainment oi the student body and for the benefit of the Steinmetz School fund. At this moment the club is reading various plays to decide on which one to pick for their Spring pro- duction. Whatever the choice will be, it's bound to be good. Mrs. Haas is the sponsor. 114 G. Pinzlerski, l. Warren. ' bi Eelfea la Jae 7faa41. la Receiue Bow 1: P. Gimino, D. Corco ran, I. Gordeck, E. Schultz, L. Pender, I. De Horn, B. Mock P. Carey. Row 2: D. Norby, G Morin, M. Pdrplopino, N. Kule czyk, D. Becker, M. Hohff- mann, P. Kehort, I. Sotuvd, C. Cody, G. Brink. Row 3: O. Salvo, M. Ryqiel, D. Huber, R. Kehdrt, A. Smith, B. Riedel. With Flag: C. Se-ngstock, l. Kocol fPres.J. Row 1: S Schulze, E. Kostlevy, l. Ccxrl- son, R. lurwick, Miss O'Con nor, B. Cottinqhcxm. Row 2: B Barrett, I. Plummer, L. Mincirdi D. Lass, P. Grenke, P. Novak, Red Cross Club Thanks to the lunior Red Cross Club, one hundred and twenty Christmas boxes were sent to needy children overseas. This organization, like its sponsor, Miss O'COnnor, works quietly and inconspicuously, but et' tectively. lt is as old Us Steinmetz High. 115 -w NVE A ' MDL 9 1 I 7fneq 7ake Jfanafut Mic! alawead am! eancffed OPPOSITE PAGE Row 1: N. Norman, A. Gooding, R. Wiggen, V. Kasrnan, V. Minerva. Row 2: l. Norling, I. Sten- seng, C. Bailey, A. Tazpinian, E. Martinek. Row 3: L. Gun'.her, O. Genuk, D. Rusteberg, I. Iensen. Row 4: G. Hoeller, E. Falkenstein, I. Kocol, l. Muhr, B. Brenner, D. Creger, C. Cox, L. Nigro. Row 5: E. DeGra2ia, L. Olas, I. Gaus, I. Boyd, R. Schaefer, M. Krause, I. Minnich, S. Kaage. Row 6: N. Bartelt, I. Satava, C. Kolb, G. Hodowanic, M. Mathison, C. Runge, C. Ielke, I. Sweet. Row 7: I. Warren, E. Venuti, I, Ryer, W. Nitschke, R. Anderson, F. Palmer, A. Salva. Rear: B. Hess, M. Hudock, H. Thomason, G. Springer. OPPOSITE PAGE Officers of N.H.S.: G. Messenger, I. Olsen, V. Minerva, N. Norniar.. Row 1: G. Messenger CV.P.D, M. Binkee, E. Barabash, P. Osborn, Miss Gruener. Row 2: li. Le Von, I. Pickett, I. Sundene, H. Tarragano, I. Olsen. Row 3: V. Brorns, B. Meetz, G. Krawczak, T. Kasson. Row 4: D. Angcrrola, L. Podesta, L. Katano, E. Iorgensen, F. Ponzo, D. Leonard, G. Grabo, I. Moscin ski. Row 5: M. Young, G. Wirikel, I. Flarrirnang, C. Oller, M. Fisk, A. Shipilo, I. Laport, I. Peota. Row 6: V. Rimnac, A. Schmuck, C, Iarzembski, R. Salo, C. Montecalvo, P. Holland, P. Meier, R. Hnat. Row 7: E. Stromsdorter, I. Giancola, C. Spitek, L. Kurka, R. Krus, A. Hofmann. Steinmetz National Honor Society was organized in l935. lts first sponsor was Mrs. Florence Young. Miss Sylvia Gruener is the present advisor. To be eligible for membership one must have attended this school two consecu- tive years, have an E average or better which must be maintained during meme bership. ln addition each student is judged on leadership, service and charf acter. initiation ot new members takes place before an assembly ot parents and students at the beginning of each semester. Regular meetings are held where members plan to further develop the characteristics on which they are judged. 117 ima fd aaa 7ime Standing ai icxble: S. Maurice. Seeded: I. Kiiberi Row 1: I. Byer, Mr. Weaver, sponsor, P, Kildahl, M. Bolen. Row Z: D. Dube, I. Brown, E. Referda G. Lawdenski, A. Bryias, I. Novick, I. Me-rner, M Iohnson, M. Weston, M, Triunfol. Row 3: E. Smith G. Schulier, N. Levene, C. Hoy, R. Larocca, A Larson, C. Ielke, K. Roche. Row 4: I. Moscinski M. Wolff, C. Crihari, D. Leonard, S. Crippa, A Chali, D. Bankowski, B, Kuhlmann, I. Iensen, I Kawai. Row 5: A. Nachhar, D. Sergott, D. Norhy A. Brown, A. Avischious, R. Settepani, D. Albrecht Row 5: K. Anderson, E. Mitzii, D. Selk, I. Made- manna, N. Garreii, I. Kieffer, A. Weislinq, T. Krause, R. Neufeldt. Row 7: G. Gatharn, L. Kamp- ka, V. Rimnac, R. Massaro, I. Dcmhek, R. Clark, R. Peisker, T. Bryza, D. Iames. Row 8: P. Meier, C. Graham, C. Cioikowski, M. Geiger, M. Krause, P. Ewald, R. Wolfert, I. Davidson, I. Warren, B. Cheiherq, R. Hembold. At Table: I. Kiiberi, S. Maurice, I. Byer Mr. Weaver, P. Kiidahi, M. Bolen, S Crippa. Standing: D. Iarnes, V. Rimnac M. Krause, M. Triunfol, M. Iohnson. Sicmding at table: S. Maurice. Seated ui lable: I. Kilheri, I. Byer, P. Kiidahi, M. Boien, Mr. Weaver. V-M'--- "7 '-"" Y .felqd 1411 Weak 404 a Q00 7ame Student Council Every division is represented in the Council. Ticket soles for dll diigirs ore hgndled through this body. All sotles cgmpoigns gre engineered hy them. Problems concerning school decorum ore discussed by the group, ond oction is token on them. Their most recent discussion is centered ground orgotnizing d neigh- horhood "Cdnteen" where Steinnietz students con gother tor d night ot good wholesome iun. Mr. Wegver, dn enthusiastic promoter oi pupil's pdrticipdtion, is sponsor ot the council. l-le sits in on dll their meetings which gre held during the school ddy during the fifth period in Room 202. 119 ,,: ff X5 xy V: 74 gel!-Q of geddzy gflfeeiadd 0454 0-06400 Dardcmelles The Dardanelles, established since l934, maintains and promotes the best ideals ot character, scholarship and culture. Their work is that ot service such as serving at P.T.A. teas, helpina in photoqraphina identification pictures, and as you see from the picture, acting as a auard ot honor tor noted persons who visit Steinnietz. The Governor seernecl pleased to be greeted with such a bevy ot beauty. Miss Florf ence Kilburn is the sponsor. PICTURE BELOW: Row 1: E. Martinclc, L. Niqro, L. Pcdesta, C. Cox, M. Girnino, D. Kissel, D. Creqer, A. Strusz. Rcw Z: R. Schaefer, E. Falkenstein, E. Hurnmelberq, N. Swanson, M. Young, A. Rarnberl, D. Funk, M. Krause, Row 3: G, Springer, P. Osborn, D. Leonard, M. Neuhaus, L. Lalilusso, N. Levene, E. Iorqensen, I. Moscinslci, L, Gunther. Row 4: I. Peota, C. Runge, I. Iensen, B. Bensrnan, G, Winlcel, C. Oller, S. Kaaae, R. Hirsch, F. Ponzo. Row 5: A. Shipilo, M. Fisk, H. Thomason, N. Norman, E. DeGrazia, I. Laport, B. Hirsch, V. Brorns. On side: L. Hudock, Pres., H. Vwliesetzke, Vice Pres. OPPOSITE PAGE Row 1: I. Norlinq, C, Ielke, P. Zehnder B Lodwick B Mc etz I Biyd N W rlkc r E Iar sen A, Schrnuck. Row 2: P, Anderson, A Gooding M Binlcee I Stensenq I Kocol L Olas L. Unger, A. Salva, I. Olsen. Row 3 G Polzalc C Monte C Sikrta L Gold inilh V Rimnac, P. Kildahl, I. Sydow, V. Havice A Ri h Row 4 Iarzernhski B Cottinqham T. Doolas, R. Sale, P. Holland, A. VonHelrns M Lentz I Satava Row 5 O Tessaro V. Kasrnan, S. Wicliert, E. Granath, F Palmer M Tcl I D Mart O side I era Sec., L. Katano, Treas. Sllaff 7W1,n4 Upper Circle: G, Cerceo, l. Braglia, B. Leahy Ceditorl. Center Circle: M. Kawal, I. Martin, E. Martinelc. Lower Left: E. Galvin, l. Zieman, E. Venuti. At Telephone: D. Ward. Lower Circle Right: M. Te-ich, G. Polzak. Gul' lfae alfa!! eenluaq gcfilian Silver Streak Since the theme for this year's annual features the flower of youth, it seerned fitting to set the Workers on the staff in a background of flowers. Aren't they lovely, these budding journalists? lt's a big job, this Annual, but these blos- soms don't look too wilted, do they? 'l'hat's because they are happy doing this great service for the students at the dear old school in the west. Pictures on right page: Center: B. Tarragano, G. Ward. With books: A. Conoboy, M. Olson. Lower Right: I. Bialek, l. Bern, H. Tarragano Keditorl, M. l-ludock. On fence: H. Taragana, editor. Buck of flowers: Miss Lan- clrigan, Sponsor. .-.-nl wanna, " 'Qi . . " f . ., ,. f I.. 2 V 2 gf 5 Q ' if i "" J. - 'V 4 ' f..Q5 ,. ' M g "-R.. ,iffy QW' ,if ,. j' ' 4. ' I K 5 Sign . .. f- in , 'S 4,531 . ., ,- V w . ..,. as -, .. . ..f 72" Q nf' 'm f - . 'V Wh ' 5? .V V , . 5. 5 6 K ,A , ! , -sl M -:'.:5' :,:: .sgiw is - if -gif' -wzffmp. 5 ' 'NN '?. ',. it 1 15' Li' , ,SQ " 1 ' ai R, . Afailj ,.'ii,Si,Q':" Iflf " '95 " V . 5,1 QW- 1 ' .QA f.,v1waz'm.amw uf . V.f,.f, Q- , ff wig '- , V A A .E . . K-ff xjzkhgyzfgl. sh .K . My frgwu H ,. . , . . . K.-W . 31 Jwnfg ,Q if f-:'Q'vQf .13-Q, K 3 .wf y' 'v .J . X wa-ff! " " " " f ' ffm 5' .X K- ' f' "W'fQ 7 .' 1 ' K ' 'f ' . "W 1. 9, ,i:"1"7 ' f if? 4 u f ' 9' ff 5' S- Q gli gg 1 7' 4 ,Q ,, N. ' .. V ,, ., -f -,-Q , X ,, m f 4xg1'xQPjv K iv I , 'A 'S -P " If ' ' ' - ' ' 5 gf' , 54' f ' f'?5'E' . X ' K 3 ,.A.1a,.2 wi ia .. - 2 Aigwff X, f 0 wwf 3, f FJ?"-"X"-w' f- '.?,9' r - ' dvi" ' 'vi pb -if ' f . Q . N.. wir, i 'f' Sing fu f - , . -no 'Q 1 1-'av' 1 L fn.. ,Su , Y, .' I K ,gf ,o' 1 4' i iifwfi' :Q .4 nf on -HQ. Q41 wg- 4 0 'Vi ape Saledmen Sinai gefninaf 7fzeifz paacfaci FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES Row 1: P. Grill, B. Tvvinn A Avischious, B. Hjertsteclt, B. Berry D. K ' ' ent, G. Fieri. Row 2: lv Cirnino, A. Srnentek, I. Sandah G. S ' ass, A. Crittenden, M. Lar glois, I. Clinton Row 3 S . : . Pu: kett, C. Christensen, M. Angiler E. Caputo, A. Chall, L. leler, N Kuhns. Row 4: I. Forbes, B. Heatl' G, Bird, D. Elstner, E. Kourcikis, C Cody, C. Glass, B. Dixon, P Milkis. IUNIOR AND SENIORS Row 1: P. McNulty, A. S trusz, Mershon, L. Galli, C. Bald Win, Kapsis, G. Barica, L. Katanc Row 2: I. Ullrich, A. Brylas, F 3ressan, A. Andren, G. Krawczalf A. Conville, B. McAuley, P Leahy. Row 3: B, Iunqe, D Wood, S. Kalakis, C. Mort P. Baird, I. Grootveld, L. Beadel T. Woodall, F. Dobbs, R. Zaluskc Row 4: G. Ward, C. Cribari, 3 Schulz, A. Albate, I. Satava, I. Syl Slow, L. Licht, I. Schultz, E. Focht C. Thompson. QTISSI' Silver Streak Representatives Any service points received by the eighty workers are Well earned. Collecting money for the Silver Streak is a big responsibility. These young people do a splendid job of caring for details connected with the Annual. The two happiest days tor them is the day their division reaches IOOW in payments, and the day they deliver the Annuals i nto the hands of the buyers. 124 I F 9 '4 Jfaacf puffing la Rafide 7fLa4e Reacfin TICKET' IUNIORS AND SENIORS Foreqround: A, Ericksen, I. Hop- pe. Row 1: G. Alberti, E. Berri- stein, N. Kachiqiari, E. Burriier, M. Papaderos, I. Cullotta, M. Neu- haus, I. Arnorski, S. Kamarke, I. Ullrich, M. Hudock. How 2: G. Polzak, C. Erlarrdson, A. Salva, M. Bolen, R. Eineke, G, Carmen, I. Thomson, Pi. Clark, R, Wiqaeri, N. fx Lippmann, I. Iensen. Row 3: L. Swiderski, R. La Rocca, B. Meetz, G. Riqoni, I. Bolender, L. Iust, S. N Trostrud, A. Albate, M. Einkee, S7Z',q"Dfi r. orsen, A. Rich, r.. cet-merit, R. Pavlik. FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES Row 1: M. Esposito, M. Paloran, A. Savaiano, W. Garnett, M. Emm' rich, C. Franz, C. Hoy, B. Notar- doriato, I. Leineweber. Row 2: B. Anderson, B. Briney, C. Mews, M. Weston, C. Dorian, E. Waqlier, D. Selk, M. Hamann, B. Mach. How 3: C. Disney, I. Gilloo, G. Iensen, M. McDougall, L. Hemingway, S. Strombeck, I. Christensen, L. CIV Burns, Row 4: D. Domski, I. Coulter, G. Kopp, D. Siman, G. Rehfeldt, M. Blackmore, A. Stre- ier, R. Katzheck. Civic Ticket Representatives Civic tickets sell tor a dollar a piece, and a pupil irom each division collects these areenbaclcs each semester. This method of procuring money to meet the many calls that arise durina the year, does away with all the small col- lections that used to he made from time to time. A part oi the proceeds is used to pay tor proqrarns for assemblies, when outside talent or speakers are called in to appear heiore the student body. 125 f- QKEXNME1- Star Staff Reporting ond writing news tO meet deadlines kept these stu' dents pressing the keYS- T119 Stqr, published bi-Weekly, is sponsored by Miss N. Ccrwley. dnd Miss McNdnic1rcr. lt is ii- ncinced trorn et part oi the Civic Ticket fund. - ,ffm me iiszafu' new Above keys: W. Hoinonn, I. McMc1nis, A. Rich, M, Tereze, L. Kcrtdno, VV. Geiqer, S. Brddfcrd. On the Hand: I. Kocol, Editor: A. Conville, Editor. On the Typewriter Keys Row 1: K. Musial, A. W'dtcrndhe, E. Quortetti, A. Betley, R. Buclcweitz, A. White, B. Gibson. Row 2: S. Kcdqe, A. Conville, A. Bette-relle, L. Podesto, I. Kocol, L. Niqro, T. Wocdoll, S. Mason, A. Turnolo, M. Tereze, S. Kdcrqe, N. Austermehle. Row 3: M. Corbel, I, McMonis, A. Andren, B. Hdnelin, B. Carlson, I. Olsen, I. Schulisi, G. Siwe, P. Lol-ldye, M. Adddlicx, S. Hide. Row 4: B. Hierstedt, L. Kcltdno, S. Bradford, I. Giese, A. Rich, B. Nichols, G. Beqos, VV. Geiger, A. Hofmann, B. Hamann. 126 Zzulafze pecfagaquwi Keep .faifzafuani Rauf Library Club The library statt ot nearly 60 girls check the incoming and outgoing books and reshelve them. Circulation tor one semester was over l2,000 books. The library contains over 10,000 books and 88 ditterent magazines. Future Teachers oi America This newly organized club is composed ot students interested in pedagogy. Its object is to disseminate information among the students in school about the teaching profession and to encourage them to consider the opportunities in it. Row 1: D. Angarola, I. Evan- gelista, B. Andersen, D. Duke, I i it S. Irwin, I. Clinton, C. Tiberi, 'Y' 21 Ft. De Santi, I. Kuniercw. Row ' - . F Y 2: Miss Finnegan, B. Fairchild, W "" tit" ' q, l. Carlson, M. Engelrnan, V. I J g! .". ,.,. I Sorce, E. Kourakis, C. Dautei, f if N. Schocfniann, Miss Marciss. " in - ., Row 3: M. Gleba, C. Zakctt, if C. Breen, C. Pilzak, M. Dela- roy, A. Clitgard, I. Wester- berg, V. Zurad, C. Persino, B. Vander Heycien. Row 4: A. Engdahl, M. Peterson, G. Kopp, P. Grenlce, A. Macau ley, l.. Minardi, S. Mack, D Huber, A. Carrao, N. Thomas Row 5: N. Larson, A. Nelson E. Halla, B. Anderson, I. Gilbo Cf. Puttkover, I. Hughes, Cv Iensen, A. Corona, M. Iuszko Seated: P. Ewald, C. Ornstein, I. Warrett, V.P., G. Hoeller, Sec., Z. Tarnas, Treas., B. Leahy, E. Palkenstein, public- ity agent. Standing: G. Fieri, B. Lynest, A. Haynes, M. Lentz, Pres., C. Sengstock, R. Clark, I. Byer, Mr. Powers, P. Kildahl, I. Leineweber. 127 Qanafilta played Sfauffle lawn cm Qaffee Osos Chistosos The 'Tolly Bears" with Miss Landriqan as sponsor, have enjoyed a semester of games, fun and music. The farewell party for the graduates was the season's high-light. Canasta was on the calendar, also. Los Brcxsilefms Miss Landriaan's fourth period Spanish class call themselves "The Brazilians." They studied South American countries and found the sonq, "There's a Lot of Coffee in Brazil," very appropriate for Brazil, the country "donde no se habla espanol." Foreground: E. Venuti. Behind E235 sign: G. Polzalc, C. Emnia, E. Ze- ls. gms P. HY hender, R. Salo, P. Fox, C. lelke. Secxied: S. Bradford, L. Trinkaus. Standing at right: l. McQuirc, H. Tarraqano. Row 1: G. Fischer, L. Ratz, I. Tay- lor, R. Madock, N. Brinqe, D. Wil! liamson, I. Albrecht, M. Sirnonsen, I. Melaw. Row 2: B. lensen, A. Ossler, M. Gorman, I. Ber- nardi, A. Rossi, A, Dray, L. Leh- mann, D. Pavlis, C. Thomas. 128 f an 144114 up ffze 7ie4 af qaiencfftfzifz Picture with teacher: 1. to r. Miss Thorsscn, A. Duclchorn, A. lablonslci. Row 1: Miss Thorsson, H. Tarraqano, E. Fisher, C. Tallant, B. Leahy, I, Min- niclc, S. Kaaqe, D. Ufer, C. Cox. Row 2: W. Geiger, D. Marlin, A. Salva, I. Schulisl, O. Salva, R. Salo, P. Fox, B, Tarraqano, A. Duckhcrn, A. lablonslci, C, lellce. OFFICERS: W. Geiger lTreas.J, H. Tarraqano iPres.l, B. Tarraqano lSecr.l, C. Cox lV.fPres.l. Pan American Club Ll-labla usted espanol? Then join the Pan American Club. A breakfast is one of the hiahliqhts ot the year. Future plans inf clude a trip to Champaign to attend the state's organization ot Pan American Clubs' convention, a trip to a Mexican village, anclvtallcgbgfmachfers-rfhho haveilisited our Pan American neighbors. Miss Thorsson sponsors it. 129 .falfind amd fzamanft Qell 7a9elfzea On chair: D. Funk, P. Kildahl, G. Braschke. On floor: D. Wenta, l. Lambert, E. Kapsis, M. Delgarian. Back of chair: D. Sergott, S. Gregson. Row 1: Seated: R. Nichols, C, Flem- ming, R. Ragnetti, D. Paradise, L. Kiesel, A. Tumolo, N. Wood. Standing: P, Harrison, H. Reg- ner, R. Kuhn, E. Soch, W. Bjork. On floor: B. Bice, G, Cerceo. Kneeling: B. Wilson, M. Law- renz. Grouped around blanket: R. Gliot, W. Czarny, D. Farley, N. Swanson, M. Sproveare, P. Moscinski. Seated: B. Tarra- gano, C. Thompson, I. Bern, L. Unger, A. Herbert, I. Opager. Standing in back oi chair: Miss Collopy, B. Youmans, B. Heffernan, L. Licht, B. Barrett, V. Newman, I. Buhert. Latin Club Mrs. Crane's Latin group meets regularly to discuss Boman cul- ture and how important a part it has played in the language development ot many countries. Espana Pequeia Presenting skits entirely in Spanish and playing Spanish games helps this little club to better their Spanish and have fun be- sides. Meetings are conducted in Spanish and Miss Collopy is the sponsor. 180 Glam Glad Mr. Buczynski, a newcomer at Steinmetz, has reorqanized the Polish Club, and he and its members are looking forward to a live proaram ot activities which will be entertaining as well as helpful to the school. STENNEIZ ING 33 SCHUQl 131 Row 1: In cnstume: I. Mucha, D. Ptasinski, M. Corbett, M. Wierrcek, G. Giese, G. Moretti, I. McManis, L. Swiderski, A. Erikesen, V. Miot- to. Row 2: T. Opiela, L. Sowa, L. Martinus, B. Rolts, C. Iarzemb- ski, N. Mrazek, A. Shubeck, I. Ser- winski, M. Scalone, F. Mika, K. Rasmussen. Row 3: R. Habich. I. Lordots, T. Bowler, A. Kowalew- ski, L. Motylca, B. Labus, C. Spi- tek, E. Lorenc, I. Podraca, R. Po- lempa, I. Kuczma. Row 4: M. Misura, O. Doumantan, E. Koziol, H. Adamowicz, F. Hardt, M. Fu- ael, B. Miller, P. Gordon, B. Naw- rockx, R. Zaluska, A. Brylas, C. Pilszak, V. Dudek, D. Kissel, G. Polacek, R. Serafin, I. Kalinowslci. Officers: Seated: H. Adamowicz, Pres., M. Wiericek, Treas., C. Pil- szak, committee member. Stand- ing: I. Pater, lA representative. In costume: I. Mucha. Table: L. Talaqa, S. Zaluska, T. Buczynski Row 1: R, Brylas, E. Kupiszewski C. Matson, M, Gruber, G. Law- denslci, I. Wilkowski, W, Madro R. Kopriva, Row 2: D. Lord, L Spayer, I. Matzuka, C. Briquelet R. Demski, I. Zadworny, E. Gre blowski. Row 3: M. Strapka, D Krezel, C. Nagel, R. Ianasiewicz E. Czerniak, A. Nelson, D. Sku pien, P. Hirsch, A. Streder, R. Ko sinski, H. Banach, L. Susala, D Brinqe, F. Kulcula, A. Sorensen D. Adanowicz, B. Kures. it . sae anyen Zfncf egingen Upper picture: Row 1: E. Schnei der, I. Walter, L. Wagner. Row 2 L, Olson, S, Ptetnsch, D. Sohn, F ' Enqesser, L. Tyrolt, M. Buschek Row 3: L Hampton, L. Duhs, G Kopp, A. Schlorke, L. Rattmueller l. MacLean, W. Ross, K. May. Lower picture: Seated on floor: M. Okainoto, I. Thorne, C. Ott, M. Pohl, D. Sells. On chairs: S. Mi- ler, B. Taucher, D. Bahns, L. Rott- mueller, I, Lordots, F. Stennteld, M. Baker, B. Lange, M. Wolii, A. Nachhar, R. Rimeier. Standing: P. Keesee, C. Petersen, W. Ohi- san, R. Olatson, A. Szhater, K. Buck, A. Von Helms, E. Erickson, M. Vogel. Die lustigen Tiroler Gathering information about the art, music and Customs oi Germany, is one at the activities at Miss Kuelalers club. Through this knowledqe she hopes to build attitudes at sympathy, understanding and appreciation ot the civil- ization that produced the German lanauaae. German airs and dances pep up the meetings. 132 1 Wm afzeuen Wad awafzl Stein Verein Mrs. Fausel's German groups always distinguish themselves by some charitable contribution. This year the Wornen's lniirmary oi Oalc Forest received comfortable h . s awls for Christmas pres' ents trom them. All members look: forward to the annual dance held at Lane High School given by the German Clu b oi that school. Upper picture: Seated at table: H. Wiesetzke. Seated on chairs: H. lunge, E. Bihun, L, Draiz. On chairs: E. Stronisdorlor, O. Gonulc, D. Gutberlot, C, Schuetz. Back row: L. Simoneelli. L. Drohnei. L. Gaede, A. Schmidt, D. Kelle, Mis, Fausel H. Okon, l... Kriiiipka, l. Marlovitz, L. Saniie. Lower picture: Seated at front part oi table: D. Rothscliiller, A. Doyle. At back part of table: R. Kohut, E. lasik, W. Seidel, H, Koloseik, D. Heinlein. Seated at chairs: D, Maleiiius, S. Welch, I. Billingsley, C. Dautel, M. VV'ilson. Standing: L l-lammaiig, M. Maas, I. Carlson, B. Fairbanks. D. Koller, E. Stole-tzer, R, Schmid H. Kiicliliardt, E. Senastock E. Eweit, H. Hcicker, L. Dougherty. 133 ,Mt Officers of Club Row 1: H. Adamowicz fpres.l, R. LeVon, I. Beckman, L. Breithaupt ftreas.l, Row 2: R. Miehle, F. Richter, B. Telkarnp Cvice-pres.l. Row 1: R. Reidenloach, H. Selk D. Getz, A. Palesch, P. Plummer E. Asmus. Row 2: F. Vodvarka, B. Haupt, E Wolff, A. Schmidt, R. Kotfila, I Sommers. Row 3: M. Heidenreigh, S. Knud- sen, O. Karnptner, R. Balleto, D D a h l k e, N. Gisselbrecht, G. French. Row 4: H. Wagner, F. Sass, M. Kutska, E. Rogowicz, F. Hicz, P. Stoehr, K. Duvall. .A H ' N...Qv,,S3M'. 5' . vf1,:eV?lwi, , . .V N ,. .S is 4 Each class in Miss Kuebler's German groups has formed a club Within itself, and meetings are held once or twice a month. The main purpose of these clubs is to talk German, learn more about German customs, German art, dances and literature. Movies and parties play an important part in the club meetings. Good German cookies and coffee cake are often on the menu. Can't you almost smell the coffee cooking and the cookies crunching? 134 gene! W4 Same Sfampi 40.001 Gay "Palme" Les Amis de la France Miss Sechler, recently returned from Paris, had many interesting experi- ences to relate to her French Club. Bingo and Lotto games added turtlier fun to their meetings. Stamp Club Pupils interested in gathering stamps from everywhere find this club very fascinating. They enjoy visiting stamp exhibitions and trading stamps with each other. Mrs. Compton is the sponsor. gi.,-fx At table: M. Hudock tSecretaryl, M. Teich CPresidentl, Miss Sechler Raw 1: D. Clot tTreasurerJ, R. Lan- ger CVice-Presidentl, H. Garber, H. Hale, N. Kachigian, A. Gaskill. Row 2: L. Goyette, M Binkee. D. Domko, S. Tavitian, l. Schultz. Row 3: R. Anerdi, G. Garner, S. Turnbull, B. Carlson, B. McGehee, A. Larson, I. Clarke, B. Hanelin, l. Gillis, A. Williams, I. Bolender, M. Faust, D. Hanson, A. Piedie calzi. Seated: K. Kimmich, B. Barrett, F. Dobbs, E. Ericson, Mrs. Compton. 1SponsorJ, l. Thomsen. Standing: R. Fleger, R. Nelson, H. Ibele. - 135 d , V--Y- -- -17-i --Y uafzcfet :qw Weaa la feefz alfalfa gleam Hall Guards if you are interested in earning some service points toward a letter, join the hail guard staff, and you will be performing a service tor your school as Weil as for yourself. Good hail quards are an asset to the school. RIGHT GROUP: QFRESHMENP Row 1: N. Eudeikis, R. Sennet, F. Kobat, G. Fieri, G. Siwe. Row 2: C. Szymczyk, L. Paiduto, F. Oberhauser, G. Austerrnuehle. Row 3: L. Breithaupt, S. Beyer, I. MoManis, E. Petersen, Row 4: L. QRogalski, I. Wachowski, G. Rottschalk, M. Motzer. Row 5: H. Thomka, D. Adamowicz, R. Koib, D. Dahnen. Row E: D. Daniels, A. Doolas, D. Merkie, E. Waters. LEFT GROUP KFRESHMENJ Row 1: C. Eaqan, I, Thomsen, C. Glocke, I. Wang. Row Z: G. Bird, C. Glass, M. Garzonetti, O. Siez- nick. Row 3: M. Catteiino, V. Sicuro, L. Berry, G. Gehrinq. Row 4: D. Albrecht, M. Hudson, F. Plummer, I. Naccarato. Row 5: N. Gisseibrecht, A. Streder, L Mus- cari, A. Reich. Row 6: O. Kamp!- ner, R. Kosinski, D. Sheppard, T. Shalia. Wrong stcurway No runmng please G. Ange1acc1o I Brcrqha I Dombeck M O1 hifi? FNL1' f iv-'V 5 wr-f-xexnai I l -W., 7fzeq Him la Mainlain eaaaicfaa fbecafmm hi 137 NO EATING IN CORRIDORS: Sei: ct, l. SlfIlTi'lS L. Otis. Hall Guards Those pleosont looking pupils sto- tioned ot vorious points in the Corri- dor ore your friends. They ore doinq their port to keep the holls cleon ond orderly for the entire student hody. Asking lor o pdss is one of their duties. Hove yours reody when you pdss them, ond they will dppreci- :rte it. SOPHOMORES KUPPER LEFT PICTURE ROW 1: P, Gildorsici, H. Stoiek, B. Heck. D. lvlontori, A. lVlr:inodic1n, Row 2: l. Kosdllis, l. Dilloriieiiivrz, D. Vtfolteis, D. Uler, l. Ostrowski. ROW 3: B. Idrius, l. Storzis. R. Aneidi, l. lmqri- .LLL -- , -.., .. - . ying, Ki1t.ns. Row 4: rw. Pidyod 'vt. Nrzrp- ftfz lvl. Lf1n1j.:,is, lvl. TC'CCL7SCI1, l. McCarty. Row 5: L. Olson, l. l-leodn. Cf. Crrmddll, U. Puylls M. Hoflmdnn. Row 6: VV. Kelloqd, F. Vodvorkd D, Gufhcilfk R. Dileitxrzrdi, A. Zdppifi. Row 7: Tl. Ddhlksf. Lf.i1'i'1t1o G. lqznrison, f. Vlf":7f::i.u1L R. Cflork. IUN1oRs CCENTER LEFT PICTUREl Row 1: lil. lvleishon, L. Gdlli, E. Kdpsis lvl. Arendt. Row Z: N. lVluoller, l. Bolendei. l. Broqlid, E.llSliultz. Row 3: R. Bobzin, A. Poul- inq, E. lslfillm. l. Vfirth, Row 4: D. Sonnet, L. Spiller. I, Dctpp, D. Bclzns. Row 5: H. Reqner. W. Biork, H. lolinson. R. Longer. Row 6: D. Wlestphol, C. Wlodison. C. Vlfesthrook, E. Meiss- ner. SENIORS lCENTER RIGHT PICTUREJ Row 1: E. Buiriier, D. Rogers, P. MCCdiiil'i:'i:'lqe l. Sdigzone. lohnsorz. Row 2: S. Kfrzngiike lvl. Seonion, F. .lknsleiscrzi F.. Zdluskqi. Row 3: P. Geritz, A. Estep, R. Hirsrn, L. Beuszit. Row 4: V. Rirnncut, G. Selol, G. Kuhns. L. Ando. Row 5: D. Luftcrs L. lVl:iflei, T. Dyson, M. Olson. Row B: M. Hopkins, T. Vmctzxokis. l. Drui- :Jek L. lflrisinfxer. PASS PLEASE! Tlizenif S. V' 14 Alangfuf We have such spotless kitchens, And pleasant workers and cooks, Always ready to serve us, With their most pleasant looksp They give us meals that are very Warm and well balanced, And very nutritious. uncfz Wan! 7fzeifz .fun delicious, 138 'N 2264 0460414 and Qenile pedple Hi-C Club ln Steinmetz High School district there exists a Hi-C Club. lt consists solely of pupils from Steinrnetz. Meetings are held regularly at the homes oi the various members. Although it is non-sectarian, it carries on a somewhat religious program in connection with the social activif ties that are conducted at each meeting. Games, songesinging, and refreshments constitute the evenings entertainment. lt is wholesome fun tor the boys and girls. 139 Q. O W Top Picture: Seated on bench: M. Holfman, C. Chellin, N. Theilaard, C. Thomas, Standing: W. Lepic, D. Peterson, C. Rabito, A. Stoskal, C, Milles, M. Wilson, M. Bond, V. Stieb, M. Tri' untol, M. Hobbes, N. Lcetz, I. Lindquist, R. Larson. Seccnd from top: L. Mule, B. Leahy, C. War1der's, B. Harms, L. Van Kley, A. Widen- mcyor. Seated in front: L Leahy. Standing: F. lohnson, F. Burnier, R. Wager, A. Bordenaro, l. Thorscn, H. Telkamp, N. Spann, G, Elia, E. Burnier, H. Thomason, P. Prost, B. Anderson. Third from top: I. Manger tseuiedl pianist. L. Ed- wards Cprosl, H. Thorn- ason Csec.D, A. Diprizio tvice-preS.l. B. lohnson tleadcrl, I. Anderson fmusic chairmanl, R. Anderson Ctreasl. Bottom picture: Hold- ing ball: B. Schimon. Row 1: B, Edwards. Row 2: P. Robertson, P. Barker. Row 3: T. Smet- ters, F. Braucht, P. VVhitcornb, R. Ander- son, W. Steskal Knot photographedl. .felvd pinit7fzem lawn lla a 62646 gay Row 1: R. Sommers, I. Hartne- mann, L. Kowal, L, Kordlell, G. Walsh, E. Kouralcis, tSec.D. Row 2: I. lhrig, R. Zielke, I. Davidson, I. Beckman, I. MacFarlane. Row 3: D. Roeing, B. Burra, D. Hoika, H. Klein, R. Peisker, Mr. Siegal, iSponsorJ, Mr. Swem CSponsorl, R. Fascia tTreas,7, N. Delntck fPres.l, K. Wiegarrd CV. Pres.l. Foreground: Mr. Holm, sponscr: Row 1: P. Gildarski, A. Tangi, I. Kuhn, I. Bartholornae, C. Bultinclc, R. Provenza, P. Allen, G. Fitzgih- hons. Row 2: P. Mazzio, S. Pe- noski, W. Ianke, M. Quigley, B. Becker, L. Levy, I, Kraft, I. Kreck- er, F. Flammini. Row 3: R. Katz- beclc, T. Weier, W. Horstmari, R., Marion, R. Lebrecht, l. Pauls, L. Albrecht, C. Plummer, P.. Sutter, D. Blazek. Rod 6 Gun Club Outdoor enthusiasts belong to this newly organized club. They hunt and fish three times a semester on Weekends or holidays. A student-faculty Fish Fry is on the agenda for the future. Mr. Siegel and Mr. Swern are sponsors. Bowlers' Club The lceglers have hopes of taking the city championship for Mr. Holrn in his first season as coach. Last year the team took the City title. There are six tearns, and they bowl weekly in neighborhood lanes. 140 fjfalfeaft Mae 14 Z Kaye W a Maae Chess Club Dont he ai a stanolestill. loin the Chess Club and keep rnovinq. Mr. Anderson, the sponsor, will show you how. Take a look at these iuture nrernloers oi the naiionewicle Kiwanis Club. They hold the entrance key. Mr. Spiecker orqanizecl the Club fhis year. Standing at Table: B. Traznfir CPres.J. Seated at Table: R. Ko' sinski. Front Row: B. Tarraaano CSe:t.l, l. War'ren fVice-Pre-s.J, H. X Tariaqano, lf. Kouiakis CTreas.l, M. Kawai, B. Leahy. Back Row: Mr. Andersen, E. Ericson, V. Siieb, H. Mcliehoe, N. Kuizzzyk, G. Gath- rnan, D. Lass, B. Heath, C. Thom- as, N. Curry, E. Schultz, R. House Key Club OFFICERS KLEFT CIRCLE! Seated: G. Cfazrnen, S. Sane, I. llf.IlI4QIC1H, Standing: Mi. SfWl6f'iCv5I V. Miner 'J-"r, BOARD OF DIRECTORS IRIGHT CIRCLEl Seated: V. Minerva. Row 1: R. lqolena, l. VirlCIIiI'9I1, li, Fra:.2. Standing: W. Kozlav. LOWER PICTURE: AtTab1e: l. Halloran, V, Minerva, S. Sane, Mr. Spzecker. Row 1: Cz. Carnien, A. Sorensen, E. Vifcflft, R, Bosvlielli, ll. Rfneslei, Row 2: B. 'i'1a:itf11, VV. Krxziicv, I. Viftrrrrri, B. 'l'4'll-ccirinv, H. Wiqcgen, R. Mal- thcvws, fi. Haynes. Row 3: D. Stoizm G. Cathxnazi, L. Kurka, P, Novak, B. Franz, B. Hamann, R. Olalson, K. Bryza, P. lvlizaervii, R. Frulena. 141 Gamma ealcfzed Zzuiwze lwecfd in Aciian Pre-Medic's Club These future doctors, nurses, and dentists are looking forward to new develop- ments in medicine and drugs. They receive their knowledge from taking tours through hospitals, from seeing movies, by giving reports on the profession of medicine, and by seeking aid of their sponsor, Miss Ornstein. Camera Club Miss Dierk's "shutter bugs" have their heart set on a dark room where they can look forward to further development of their picture taking technique. Row 1: I. Hammanq, C. Thomas, C. Mews, N. Schoemann, M. Lawrenzano, P. Larson, L. Edwards. Row 2: B, Olson, M. Hoffmann, E. Ouartetti, N. Kulczyk, I. Waiien, E. Hallo. Row 3: D. MacCrim- mon, B. Tranter, Pt. Wiggen, E. Kourakis, I, Stenseng, D. Lass. Standing: E. Schultz, N. Levene, E. Reed. ln Foregroundz Teacher: Miss Ornstein. Doctor: I. Furrnanski. Nurses: C. Ohnstein, B. Leahy. Standing in rear: A. Salvo, I. Giancola, O. Salvo, Miss Dierks, K. Kost, I. Wiese, R. Hart, A. Carlson, L. Dougherty. Seated on bench: I. Kuhn, E. Santinover. Kneeling: lst row leit to right: K. Tatzreiter, D. Folena, K. Bryza, R. Gliot, E. Quartetti. 2nd row: R. Buchweitz, C. Heineman, R. Boschelli. 142 Sacialilleet lance '70 7eam'4 Wicllofbiei Baseball Team Row 1, Seated: F. Pilewski-, R. Crolla, L. Kurkcr, I. Panqborn, A. Kowalewski, D. Klenske, R. Weln- hofer. Row 2: R. Di Leonardi, I. Sobeski, R. Nelson, M. Hopkins, N. Andersen, I. Donato, N. Gra- marossa. Row 3: Mr. Ruzicka fCoachJ, B, North, B. Burgess, I. Wickenkamp, I. Lance, R. Schultz, A. Rizzo, I. Rizzo, F. Belcaster. Social Dance Committee Seated: G. Alberti, D. Heinlein, E. Cappelletli, E. Galvin, M. Ka- wal, E. Bennish, H. lbele. Stand- ing: R. Folena, I. Panzer, B. Bar- nas, I. De Horn, P. Novak, B. Maurice, G. Smith, I. Warren. Couple: C. Ott lSec.l, I. Frey. fViCG Pres.l. Instructor: B. Modjeski lPres.l. Social Dance Committee If your teet won't stand still, and you are overcome with a burn- ing desire to Work ott some ot your excess energy, attend Stein- metz Friday night Socials, Where the crowd is select and the music superb. Baseball Team Mr. Ruzicka's Streaks began their sixteenth season with a bang, winning the first three games. As this article goes to press, best Wishes go with it tor continued success. Maybe the boys will bring home the pennant this year. 143 Zzleel- Waalecf dh garage rqfzeacf Track Team lt you remain atter school hours and are near the third iloor, you will hear a thumping and a pounding and a roar of a gun. Yes, it's Mr. Thompson's run- ners keeping tit tor coming meets. When the weather is nice, all activity takes place on the campus. Iuniors placed third in City Indoor Finals with Zalcer Winning high hurdlesy Trinkaus came in second in 60 yd. dash, Kozlov came in first in high jump. Carmen tied tor second place in Sr. high jump. luniors won all indoor dual meets. Seniors lost only to Austin. Tcp picture: M. Peterson lCapt.J, Mr Thompson KCoach, DJ, Trinkaus fCapt.J l. Billingslee fCapt.D. 1 Center picture: Iunior Team: Row 1: I, Billingsley, R. Kaczynski, A. Doolas, G. Walsh. Row 2: l. Davidson, D. Trin- lcaus, W. Zaker, W. Kozlov, B. Chelberg, D. Schmidt. Row 3: l. Sambucci, B. Barrier, D, Meyers, R. Rink, D. l-loika, H. Kirchhardt. Bottom picture: Seniors: Row 1: W. Tank, T. Thull, D. Roeing, R. Madoclc, O. Kleiher, R. Steigerwald. Row 2: D. Chaher, W. Barr, B. Matthews, M. Peter, son, B, Maurice, I. Furmanski, G. Car- men, A. Broseghini. Row 3: E. Soch, T. Guido, B. Iustinen, V. Houdelc, A. Scarpelli, W. Coulter, I, Lonergan, F. Carbonaro, l. Halloran. 0 3:91 "gf Q -., Qggf, A A ' M 1 5 gk ? gm" Badfzel' Makead Za Same ancq Weaainq The season tor our basketball team began in middle Cctober and ended in late March. Our boys worked hard in training and in all of the games played. Fast thinking, quick action, and close harmony between players are the goals of our team, and these qualities are responsible for our winning squads and good work. The able and congenial supervision of Coach Lakin has been a strong inspiration to the boys' success. ,The 49-50 season saw the Streaks enter the Illinois Tech. Prep. Basketball Tournament, held in the Amphitheater, Cthe tirst time in their careersl. Some ot our outstanding players were L. Kurka and I. Rizzo. Kurka made third All City Team and lst team in Midwest Section. Rizzo received honorable mention in Midwest Section. 146 BASKETBALL TEAM KOPPOSITE PAGEJ Seniors, left to right: D. Moorhouse, I. Beckman D. Klenske, B. Krus, I. Pangborn, R. Nordby R. Welnhofer, E. Lorenc, A. Kowaleski, R Starck, B. Payne, W. Kozlov, L. Spayer, Mr Lakin. Iunicrs: R, Dudek, D. Stupka, R. Losey S. Barak, D. Epifano, I. Sobeski, I. Rizzo, D Farley, I. Scott, A, Rizzo, F. Pumilia, T. Batta glia. Center: Sr, Capt. L. Kurka, Ir. Capt R. Mytych. w W. ,ff Tf W 1 - X. NM' Ma ., ,M .W-ln 2. we, k, -ff f5w.,:f-S X fans-ii ,K Q 'ES FEW 5 J IV , ' w fgf'-7? , "'3153.1ffw 4 g:,?f3g4w milf V Q M Hw ' wx 7f'1' "" ' ,pf A . Q fx , . 2, . - . 1 ..MK"""'.-1 1' .4 " -' ,Me ,..w-H. - .. f .- ... .. ,Q .. Q ., , Q .. X ,W M. , Q , . X . I 5 . Rn'-.,,,.,' .L7eZ"4 :dll Gel' Befzincf 01412 7eam t Football Team The l949 football team had one of the toughest sched- ules in the history ot the school. The West Section has the keenest competition in the public league. Any year that the team beats Foreman is a successful year, and this year Foreman was downed as in previous years. The team thanks all the loyal students who stood by them in a season when the team's spirit was high, and their casualties were many. Lady Luck could have helped out a little more than she did. The graduating seniors extend Wishes of good luck to their understudies. 148 Niles Steinmetz Crane ,... ...,s,. S teinmetz Austin ,,., l.,.,,. S teinmetz Wells ltt, .l,,l,. S teinmetz. Marshall Steinmetz, Foreman Steinmetz. Harrison Steinmetz. Schurz , Steinmetz, FOOTBALL TEAM Row 1: C. Freeman, R. Iacobson, I. Zaleski, C l-lerrmann. Row 2: Mr. Vesel, R. Habich, I. Pang born, I. Oates, C. Livermore, I. Lindgren, O. Mc Duff, C. Spitek, M. Palese, B. Maurice. Row 3: C Spataro, S. Satre, I. Del Re, H. Olson, E. Buzinslci D. Chabel, D. Garbel, S. Anderson, N. Savaiano M. Palella, D. Sacharski. Row 4: T, McCabe, W Muzylca, R. Steigerwald, B. Franz, G. Leindecker H. Iohnson, T. Varouxakis, B. Scanlan, A. Peter- son, C. Perrone, I. Karas, W. Ohlson. Row 5: E Kourakis, F. Burnier, W. Makel, T. Donato, R. Matthews, K. Peters, I. Louerqan, Ft. Medley, I. Malleck, W. Coulter, I. Rich, G. Carmen, I. Lance. Mr. Vesel, R. Iacobson, I. Panqborn. fm: wwf Sf- js? 7 Q fi, h 1,6 8 x F2938 " int? ,. an 1: 5 ,Ll w Y AW f umm ,is 49? ,pk Q-- .f 'nw 'ax lwallfnead .fencf at aqeffzincj Jfancf Varsity Mothers' Club For the past two years the mothers ot athletes have organized a clulo to provide funds and fun tor the boys. They hold rea- ular meetinas in the school and confer with the aym coaches as to ways in which they may best aid the teams. ln the tall they entertained the faculty with an elaborate tea in the newly furnished Civics Room. Seated: Mrs. Kurka, Mrs. H, 5 Anderson, Mrs. I. Merner, Mrs. i S. I. Smith, Mrs. L. A. Springer, Mrs. L. H. Panqborn, Mrs. W. . l. O'Ne-il, Mrs. H. A. Boehm, i Mrs. E, VV. Bartelt. Standing: ' Mrs. I. Larson, Mrs. B. Radeck, i Mr. Lakin, Mrs. Franke, Mr. t Thompson, Mrs, I. Schirnon, Mrs. C. Scanlan, Mrs. W. Crib- son, Mrs. I. C. Bullock, Mrs. P. A. Tatel. t Champions: T. Pricano, D. t t Monroe, I. Halloran, Coach , Thompson, A. White, D. Santi, I E. LeVor1. Lower left picture: Dr. Fitz- gerald, Mrs. Springer, Mr. H. C. McKinsie. Tea party for teachers. i i V I t x t 150 .L'eac!efz4 In Nihleiica Simi' Www .L'eZ'l'ea4 "'-Jw? ms., Lette1'men's Club Upper picture: Row 1: O, Kloilzfsx, T. CQKIIKTO, U. llpiimua, MI, Iukiu, I.. Kurkm, T. Frifrfxuo, I". Ilcudl K. Muslul. Row 2: D.Clv11:e21,H. Ifp:1:1sfzr1, 1.Hr1Hr:1'1n, N. NICIISTIKIH, R. ifmllrx, I. Achim, F. CGITDCEIICJTK T. Thull, I. LGNCV. Row 3: M. TV IOISMU, T, Efwwlf-z, H. TflCCTjSf'JH, TN. ONE-il, S. Scltlcf, G. Ccurxwu 1. Zdmski, D. CClIbf'l', I. Krenqm, A. 'XlVl11lc:. Row 4: R. Hclbifilz, R. Mathews, B, Rcldvck, N. Ho Qlllifklky T. Fmnkry B. Svlximizn. B. Hemvvfxll, I. FLll'Hlf1I1Sk1, TfI'.'iTTfTI1, B. Chrillirlm. LETTERMEN'S LEDGER: CENTER RIGHT PICTURE: K. Musiul lf'd1io1'3, I. ZUT'?f3L1TCSfDO!fS Udllfblb, D. I.fyuilc111o CIVIJUITUID, T. FITVLIIHJ Cru! UCIIIUIJ, F. Cculrwlxmc 12.115, niagli, L. Kmlzu f:P1z:g1'e1U R. X'Vli1fv Crf3y:::tf'1U. R. Hfxiiiciz '.t'fy::1'f'1J, B. Svlxirucn C1ey::':rto1?. LETTERMEN'S BOARD: CENTER LEFT PICTURE: T, l1c11.ql.:f,z'., I. 151 Lsaczaxuli Cgmvll Lfrkm, L. Kmlkil, ID. T,f'1fC,II1 B.I.A. OFFICERS: BOTTOM PICTURE: T. Vvmke pres., P, Milviwvrl Set., WY. CNLEU, V. Pres., B. Rudcwk, Tluus. 151 Gfaedq planqead. 14fLe 'UU fd-ft 'Uicfaay R. Hart, T. Frank, S. Tavitian, I. Street, N. Nelson, C. Wales, l. Krenqer, N. Marshall, A. Streder, B, Challinor, R. Free- man, I. Sveinsson, I, Braun, Pt. Sommers, V. Zapatlca, I. Bar- ' x, K tels, E. Benriish, T. Guido, H. May, E. Braun, B. Gibson, 4 W. Makel, R. Hemwall, P. Novak, H. Rodman, R. Buehler, R. Bergman. In Center: T. Dyson. Boys' Swim Team These poor "fish" were done out oi practically all their swimming meets this year due to the coal shortaqe. Coach Havlicelc remarked that it was surely a shame, since he had an exceptionally promisina team this year that seemed to be headed tor some aood competition. 152 . 1, v fn...,..f 1 , , MR. M. HAVLICEK Coach Row 1: O. Kleilier, lil, Moclocli, R. Heideixbgrclx, T, Billixiqsly, R. Rink, H. lcleiiiiicm, VJ, .3-Xzifiurscri. Row 2: T, Fricmio, D. Monroe, D. Semi, E. LeVou, l. Holloron, A. Wliiie. Row 3: R. Curlsori CMqr.J, S. Gcifiwri, D, Tzirikcriis, M. Peterson, YN. Sie-skcil, D. Tlolihq, Mr. Thompson fcoochl. CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS ,. llcrllfvimi, T. Fzicoric D. Soiiti, D. lvlcnrce, A. Whi'e. RUNNERS A. Vfliil-X, l. lflcrllrzrmt, T. Frivrmlz, D. Vlczriioc, D. Sami. 04646 G0-046 641 M6 Run Cross Country Team Cooch Thoiiipsoh may point with pride ot this ye-or's ieom. They woh oll live h, Sim Times cmd Public School Run, Yeoh, iecrrril Moy your wirihihqs cohiihuel cmhucrl meets, City Public School Ru 153 7!ze ala? . . . Sqmial af Qaeeclam COLOR GUARD D. Schenk, W. M nl, L. Dough 154 eacfelld Slap 0141 044 fbaeu paaacfe Upper Picture: Ccmmpcttty IX. 1st Plcztoort Cdl. Ist 1.t. N. BCIrt1v1t in i'fO1T1I1'1G11f1. Row 1: R. Br:1'C1'tU1dt tS:3t. Guidvlb, B, 'Wmte tSqt.D, D, Edwctrds, R. Vvhite, I. Pmtf, A. E-Iztt. S. Pzlmitttert. Row Z: D. Ntttcr tSqt.I, P. Pwcom, I. Ktthlman, R. Ostmwskt, I. Kcrlirtowskt, I. Voss. Row 3: D. Kcxstnm, E. V,!YCI1f.11'Ll111, A. Heine- mmt, K. Buck, A. Wutlfxrte, C. Vtfysorki. Lcwer Picture: Cfvtttpozzy B. Isx Plcxtrzruu pcmtttunrtrr Ist. Lt. R. Vvitte. Row 1: ifdt. Scgt. H. Iutmtko, Qjdt. Cpl. D, Sfxmtt, Crit. Pvt. I. 1V1lTC'1jCI11C1I1f5, Cdt. Pvt. 1.. Gismitkw, Cdt. Cpt. D. Dvmski, Crit, Pvt. VV. Kettftq. Cdt. Pvt. R. NQt1te1f1t, CFP. Pvt, D. Merklre. Row 2: Cdt. Cpt. R. Kent, Cdt. Pvt. I. I-1V11O1'Pf3, Cdt, Pvt. W. GV111, Clit. Pvt. L. Dcxttets, Crit. Pvt. If Dc1tt1, Cftt. Pvt. H, 1be1Q, Crit. Pvt. R. W1Ss'ie'.','ski. Row 3: Clif. Qfpl. I. RfTS!11LlSSOI1, Crit. Cpi. I. Kuntcr, Cdt, Pvt. I. Thfxmpsfwrt iffrtf. Pvt. 11214. Cftt. Pvt. I. S '.-.' fuzsmt, lfflt. Pvt. D. Gtlffspif Cdt. Pvk D, Olson. 155 lfeefzingt fn Slap Zifillfz 14114447 7ac1fic4 UPPER PICTURE: Company B. 2nd Platoon: Leader: Li. C. Milles: Row 1: Platoon Guide, Sgt. R. Clark, Cpl. I. Wheeler E. Parker, R. Clatch, P. Hansen, I. Hale, A. Anderson, D. Roesler. Row Z: O Slernbel, Cpl. R. Deja, R. Gales, R. Olsen, C. Moberq, L. Nyman, P. Garry, C Heineman. Row 3: Cpl. L. Douqherly, K. Tatzreiler, L. Bullock, L. Lang, E Sandri, C. Bartell, W. Roses. LOWER PICTURE: Company C. 2nd Platoon: Leader Cdr. 2nd LT. Lawrenz. Row 1: R. Dikis, N. Gerlach, C. Nyslrom, R Gerner, S. Scurlo, D. Donarske, E. Doyle. Row 2: I. Breclehorn, R. Miller, W Sedtman, B. Boyle, D. Kre-sch, I. Curtis. Row 3: D. Iohnson, P. lohnson, C Stubbs, R. Wenzel, B. Dvorak, G. Wesley. 156 Raafaieet .funk Wiz 70 Seadane Welleaand Upper Picture: Company C. lst Platoon: Leader, Cdl. lst Lt. F. Allen. Row 1: R. Kolb, G. Austerrnuehle, R. Wagner, A. Swanson, G. Gallee, A. Bonano, R. Turnn. Row 2: I. Tanqi, L. Monte, W. Garnett, R. Ycunt, B. Price, W. Ke-qley, C. Hoy. Row 3: S. Tribbey, L. Pipala, D, Crane, E. Sielslci, R. Matteo, L. Hunt, I. Mills. Lower Picture: Company A. Znd Platoon: Leader, 2nd Lt. H. Muelrinq, Row 1: Sqt. S. Sparacio, Pvt. R. Spirko, Pct. L. l-laeqer, Pvt. C. Burkhard, Pvt. K. Karnak, Pvt. H. Luciani, Pvt. P. Palminteri. Row 2: Sgt. K. Padqltt, Pvt. R. Poppendorf, Pvt, V. Caravello, Pvt. I. Cralq, Pvt. E. Ericson, Pvt. P. Dobbs, Pvt. I. Zullo. Row 3: Sqt. R. Zielke, Pvt. D. MacCrirnmon, Pvt. l. Poclraza, Cpl. A. Carlson, Pvt. R. Dell Arinqa, Pvt. B. Rossi, Pvt. R, Reindl. 157 fficead fl an Sllacallegfic land Upper picture: Cdt. Capt. R. Hufxt, Lt. Col. I. Suhdene, Lt. M. Lawrenz, Lt. H. Muehrinq, Lt. F, Allcm, Lt. C. Mills, Lt. N. Bartelt, Capt. H. Olszowkci, Capt. R. Adrian, Capt. E. Mutuk, Cctpt. R. Vtfitte. Circle picture: Ccrpt. D. Ketchum, Sql. lcl l. MctcFmlmie, Sgt. R. Zielke, Sgt. K. Buck. Sand Table Scene: Capt. Ketchum, Cdt. lst Lt. R. Witte, Cdt. Sql. R. Mrotkcr, Cdt. lst Lt. N. Burtelt, Colt. Cpl. A. Carlson, Cdt. Sqt. B. White. Class Room Scene: Row 1: Cdl. R. White, Cdt. Sgt. S. Spuictcio, Cdt. P. Pul- mittteii, Cdt. W. Kellogg. Row 2: Cdt. R. Olsen, Cdt. Cpl. L. Douqheity, Cdt. Sqt. K. Pcldqitt, Cdl, Eclwarris. lristrur' tor, Sgt. Frisch. 158 Sol. I. Stmrlene tstdrxdinqj, Baruch Nm! Mecfah 044 Iidplazf LOWER PICTURE: At table: Capt. E. M 11:1 la, Ccyt, R. l-lad: fstcmdtrlfjl, Capt, R, Adrian, Sqt, Bremidn lirrstructorl, Capt. R. Olszowski, Cdl. Lt, Theres more td the lile ot :ut RO. cddet tltttrt rrtdrclrirteg, llllelill prdcticirtq cmd Hspructnq up." Instruction in VCtllcJU':1 llIClIlCl1G.i of drmy llle cmd rullltdry technique is cit pdrt dl the clctss rddttt procedure that tdkes plctce ttrtder the supervlslort ol Sgt. Brew rtdn who ls pictured here in cortlerence with U qroup of cddets. 159 UPPER PICTURE: Foreground: Cdt, Lt. Col. I. Sundene Row 2: Capt. R. Adrian, Capt R. Ols Przwkd. Row 3: Capt. H. I-lrrdt, Capt. R Wtttfv, Cdpt. E. lvluulc. Row 4: 21rd Lt M. Ldwrertz, Znd Lt. C. Mills, lst Lt lr. Allen, lst Lt. N. Bdrtelt, Zrtd LI. H. Mueltrirlq. aacfice Maked pefzfeclt Willa Mudie ancf Gan R. O. Band Leader: Second Lieutenant R. Modjeslci. Row 1: R, Liska, E. Satinover, B. Barrett, M. Lentz, l-l. Neitzel, D. johnson, E. Maturo, I. Brown. Row 2: P. Brettner, C. Eldridge, S. Parker, R. Enqeltlialer, B. White, I, Keas, E. Spletzer, I. Ring. Row 3: I. Carrao, R. Nelson, W. Weber, E. Berg, R. Gusl-iey, I. Kuczma, K. Rasrnussen, ist Lt. B. Nawrocki. Row 4: I. Sleznick, B. Spencer, P. Ewald, I. Black- man, H. Tarraqano, N. Graham, I. Fernandes, l. Gaus. Row 5: R. Anderson, D. Roberts, I. Byer, N. Kulczylc, M, Wolff, I. Kresch, I. Boyd, A. Smentek. Row 5: M, Mortensen, A. Merriman. Girls' Rifle Team Row 1: G. Rehfelolt tV.P.D, S. Crippa, A. Passo QPres.D, I. I-layer CSec.I, A. Chall, I. Prati tTreas.D, N. Mueller CE.O.I. Row 2: C. Huskie, V. Kasman, O. Homon, L. Baker, M. Kawal, D. Fernback, N. Levene, I. Treskett, I. McVicar, A. Strusz, S. Behrens. Baton Twirlerz C. Lo Pala. 160 Q al rqlkleiwi 0!zeai4!a 7!zeia .L'elZea4 nville, Sec., B. Pago, V. Pres., G. Riqoni, Pres. Officers: O. Tessaro, Treas., A. Co Row 1. C. Cox, B. Faqo, C. Emma, N. Norman, A. Speechlay, L. Swiderski, A. Zeimat, A. Strusz, B. Leahy. Row 3: G. Kroeker, M. Corbett, S. Caveman, G. Hiqoni, L. Sand, A. Conville, L. Berg, Row 3: I. lensen, S. Tavitian, I. Moberq, P. Gordon, l. Malherek, G. Reed, C. Kolb M. Scarpelli, I. lohnson, O. Tessaro, V, Kasrnan. N. Walker, B. McAuley, A. Schmuck. L.C S Club Girls who are cheerleaders, or who have had two semesters of Advanced Swim, make up this oraanization. Meetings take place before school. Miss Rolence has been chosen by the girls as referee. The hiah spots of their schedule this year was a volley ball aame with the Lettermen, and a splash party at Blackhawk Park, Their activities were somewhat dampened because ot the coal crisis. 161 Qqmnadl' gnifzudiadii 250 7fzeia Shah wmvzemuva-aa:'aa.sff'nc WM-svwnaumg A rg vzawwov' Aw gunman ,yuquunnnunuv Q Upper left picture: B. Kanaby demonsiratirxq the Straddle Vault. Cenier tri- angle: A. Ziemenl swinging on parallel bars. Upper right picture: Sally Cave- man performing on rings. G. A. A. BOARD MEMBERS Lower lefi: S. Caveman, Sec.. M. Neuhaus, I. Buberl, B. Kanaby. A. Chall. Lower right: B. Pago. Pres., A. Zeimet, D. Funk, V. Pres.. S. Gregson, Treas., L. La Russo, l... Sand. 162 wi? XXV'-. 3 ,f 51" Sfze Miqfzl Be lawn Bal' Wal' 0141 J -"".a Lite Saving Class Left picture: Kneeling: luttiai Lite Savers: R. Anderson, B, Anderson, C, Franz, E, Fischer, On floor: Senior Life Savers: B. Leahy tvictiml, S. Cave- rnart fdemottstiatcrl. Posture Winners Right Picture: Posture winners: Lf, Peterson R. Neidermeyer, M. Geiger, l, Slinkrnar.. GAA. airls are invited to join the Red Cross lite savinq class which was under the direction at Miss Selinqer this year. lt they succeed in meeting all the require- rnents, they are awarded certicates and pins. Posture classes are very popular too. The GAA. has many activities to after, if the airls wish ta avail themselves at thent. 163 ,O Row 1: R. Settopani, L. Katano, I. Koziarz, G. Grabo, B. Faqo, M. Gimino, G. Pclack, D. Kissel, G. Barica, C. Cox, M. Brand, P. Calderone. Row 2: H. Wie- setzke, P, Gentz, L. Glas, G. Holler, L. Anda, Z. Ruaq, L. Bensen, l.. Gunther, I. Kilbert, I. Musgrave, B. Hess, E. Eurnier, D, Witt, C. Cribari, D. Rogers, C. Emma. Rcw 3: B. Schmidt, P. Holland, M. Teich, V. Kasman, l. Pauls, I. Soren- sen, C, Kolb, G, Reed, V. Szieb, M. Binkee, R. Niedermeyer, C. Sikita, I. Sten- senq, S. Anderson, V. Rimnac. paftlwze- efzfecll lwaficfend Salida Zfze .Queen Posture Girls Among the many activites carried on by the Girls' Athletic Association, probably one of the most popular one is the posture contest. Any airl may enter this contest. Each semester several of the best are picked as winners. Every entrant is always hope- ful that she will be picked as a winner so she tries to do every- thinq that makes for good posture. But even if a girl is not selected as a Winner, she has improved her posture and that's the object of the contest. Miss Selinaer and Miss Hoffman acted as sponsors of G. A. A. activities for l949-l95U. 164 X3 X Saddle Bouncers Capt. Ketoharn Csportsorlp Standing beside horses: L. Bartholomae, B. Koons, F. Brown, Seated on horses: l. Hale, W. Kozlov, VV. Hamann, B. lohnson, G. Sulli- van, K. Kimmic, l. Nelson, I, Thorne. 74466 efzemft 404 5 Zgaedhiand Brave young blood deties all weatherg be it wind or be it snow, their rnotto is, "Tallyho." The ride is on, the goal is near, and poor old "Dot" brings up the rear. Cheerleaders Hipfl-lip' ---Hip! l-lurlse-Hurlsfl-lurls e Cheer tor the Cheer Leaders They're our girls. Yeal Ste-inrrietzl Cheerleaders Row 1: Kneeling: A, Strusz, G. Bigoni, L, Swidorslci, N. Cloustoii, B. Graham. Row Z: Standing: l. Schlegl, M. Corbett, C. Emma. In rear: A. Speechley. 165 X 1nXN'x x 4 Q .L qfkxgg A mi M uv in rr- 09: Walea Ealfelt lfffeamwicfd Pictures on opposite page: Upper left picture: B. Leahy, E. Brornstad, G. Sullivan, B. Kdndlzy, N. Grider, I. Eineke. Row Z: l. Stdlbus, P. Grenlco, C. Kolb, G. Reed, M. Topp, N. Hoff, S. Swanson L. Creoly, B. lronimd. Upper right: Music Girls: E, Fisher, C. Ldvnick, Center left: Science Girls: S. Grippd, A. Chdll. Center: History Girls: S. Tctvitidn, M. Vdrtczhe-didn. Lower left: English Girls: I. Lictenherqer, A. Zeiniet. Circle: French Girls: A Chlebos. S. Ccrvenxcm. Pictured above: Spanish group: S. Fcqo, C. Emmet, G. Krceker, l., Sand. Art group: D. Noelte, O. Te-Ssdro, P. Gordon, G. Riqoni. Center pic- ture: Hondymen: l. Moherq, A. Vtfesterberq, P. Aland, N. Norman, M. Harder, P. Brcrdloy, B. Armistedd, I. Mr:Mc1nis, Miss Rolence, instructor, Poor little water nymphs didnt get GH opportunity to give the students the dnnudl tredt in their wdter antics. The codl short- dqe was the culprit thdt blacked out the periormdnce. 127 Administrative Aides Assistant Principal ...,.. Z? Page .....,.13 Baseball ,...... .............e ......e...... 1 4 3 Basketball ,,,.,.. Bowlers .,.......... Boys' Choir ....,a.. Boys' Swim .,l..... Branch CSayre1 ....., C Camera .,................w.... Chamber Music ........ Cheerleaders ,,,.,. 146-147 ...,,....140 12 ,1,......152 .....,....96-97 104-105 ,.,,.,,..165 Chess .,....,..,.....,...,ii...,......,..,,.i,,,.,.,., 141 Civic Ticket Representatives ,1...... 125 Concert Band ....,,....i,..............c, 108-109 Cross Country .....,. ............ 1 53 Dardanelles ......,....................... 120-121 Division Page CActivities1 ............ 98-99 Division Page CGraduation1 r..,c,..., 54-55 E Espana Pequena .......... Sl Faculty ...c...................,...,...c. 1....,...l30 ,..o,,.....13-18 tiki ex ,4 Q I9 G.A.A. ,4..................c. German Clubs ,.,..Y.c....... Page 162- 1 63-1 64 132- 1 33-134 Girls' Advanced Swim ............ 166-167 Girls' Rifle Team ..,,...,... Governor's Page ....... Green Curtain ,......... all Hall Guards .,.....,.,..... Hi-C Club .,.,..... High lumper ...,........ .9 ........160 .........20-21 14 ........136-137 ....,1......139 .,,.....145 ln Memoriam, Misses Feely, Lyonnl9 Iune Class Graduates ,..........,,,..,, 70-91 lune Class Officers ....Vs... Iune Class Sponsor ....... luniors .,......,........,... lunior Choir .,....... lunior Feature ............ JI ,...,r.,.37-43 .,......101 Key ,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,.,,........,...............,.....,,Y 141 Koclachromes ................ 2-3-10-1 1-98, 99 I Latin Club ........,......... Lettergirls ..... Lettermen ........ Library ................. Los Brasilenos ............ ......,.130 ............161 ........l50-151 V...,..... 127 .....1..128 February Class Officers ,uc.,i.., ,,Vu,,,, 5 7 February Class Sponsors c...........,.,,., 57 ....,.....58-68 February Graduates .vi.,..... Fitzgerald, M. L., Principal ..,...,.,.,.,, 8-9 Football ..................,.,,i,,,,,.,,,.,,t,, 148-149 French ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,c,,,,,,,, 1 3 5 Freshies ..............1....... ....o..... 2 3-28 Freshie Feature ...,.,,.....................,,,,.. 22 Future Teachers' Association ........ 127 Los Osos Chistosos ,rc,... ....,Y.. 1 28 Lunch Room ............ ...,..... 1 38 W4 Music Festival .......,,, ,,..,,,.. 1 10-111 National Honor Society ........iV.. l 16-1 17 Pan American .,.,..,,, Parents' Night ........,, Polish Club ........... Pre Medics ........ Prornilunior ......., Prom-Senior .,..., P.r.A. .............. ..,... , I? Ramsey, G. C., Assistant P Page ...,....l29 .......,131 ...W1142 ....,.r.44-45 V...,.r.92-93 rincipal ,,,, 9 Red Cross ...,.i.........,.......,,.1rr,.......,.l.. 115 Rod 6. Gun .......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 40 R.O.T.C. ............. ...,,.. 1 54-159 R.O.T.C. Band 1,..... .Sa Saddle Bouncers ....,,. School .,,.1i......... ..,,,,..l60 151.2165 Seniors .,,i.,...... ..1...., 4 7-53 Senior Choir .,...,... ,...,....,,otr 1 02-103 Senior Feature .,,ii,....,............,...rrrrr.,,, 46 Silver Streak Representatives 1rcY,,,. 124 Silver Streak Staff ....,i.....,,....... 122-123 Social Committee ...,,,. ,.,.,..,t,, 1 43 Sophomores ,.....1r,t..,,,. ,,,,,,tt 3 0-35 Sophomore Feature .o...1 ...rooooo 2 9 Stage Crew ............. ......, 1 18 Stamp .,,i....,..c. ...i,t. 1 35 Star Staff .............. or,,,,,,,,, 1 26 Student Council ...... Theme Development 118-119 Title .................................. ..........1 1 Track ....... ,,,,,,, 1 44 Varsity Mothers ...,..,.., .,,,,.. 1 50-151 Wind Group ...,........,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,-,,-,,,,,- 109 Photography - Marshall Studio Engraving - Printing - Leander Company Kodachrome-Page 3 was taken at Mangls' Florist. Kodachrome-Page 98 was taken at Will Rogers Theatre. tiki ,.,. ui- I, ,iv Se '-sgsszqh ci 2 X XI, 1 5-.4 I, .. x wt. 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