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

 - Class of 1952

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Steinnietz faculty may be divided into three groups: the administrative depart- nient, the teachers without divisions, and last, but dehnitely not least, the division teachers. The adininistrative group does what its nanie inclicatesg the teachers without divisions are the ones who have some special activity that requires extra tiineg the division teacher has charge ol' all the records, programs, counseling, attendance and anything else that might arise concerning her group which numbers from thirty-five to forty-hve pupils. Mr. Edward Ruzicka, Counselor of january H352 Class, Baseball coach. Miss Gertrude Herbert, Art: Miss Catharine Landrigan, Spanish, Annual, Miss Grace Peterson, Gym, Dancingg Miss Geraldine Rolence, Head of Gym Depart- ment, Miss Loretta Sullivan, Ifnglishg Mr. Albert Sweig, Bookkeeping. Page 10 Qleasant ougfits linger lfjzjnfr Rnzv: Mr. Clialrlcs llzikcr. liliglislig Miss Luis llcrgli. Sovizrl Studios? Miss Mary Clollopy, Spanish: Miss B. l'c21rl Dierks. sCll'IlCl'. Prom. Canicrzrq Mrs. Lyclisr l72illSCl. I.Zlllg'Il2lgt'. 151-rmzin Cllulisg Miss l.lll'illl' linlrlcii, House- lmlil :Xrls. l,fm'z'r lhmx' Miss Sf'lXl2l fiI'lIC'llCl', S1.'lCllCC. N.H.S.g Mr. Civurgc Iuwlcy, Dis' lrilmuliu' liclucaticm. C1r1ii1ii11'r'4'iz1l: Miss Gertrude OiCiI7llIltll', English. Rell Cross: Miss Celia Roy, l'ilIg'liSllI Miss A111121 Vtzig. Nl2lllll'lll1lllL'S. Books: Miss Louise XYlllllCI1,COllll1lCl'Ll2ll. Miss Collette Dcignau, Clmnincrciul fum picturedj. zllnni Iimv: Mrs. Marcella Alrcrsmi. Sofizll Studios: Mrs. lsiilmnllo Beach. Head ol C1miriiiL'1'L'iz1l Dcpzirtmciilg Mrs. fQc'r'l1'lulC Fxlmros. Sfivlicv: Mrs. Mars' Fllcn C clizml. Social Sludics. Books: Mrs. lilczriior Scliwarlz. Coiriiiicuzizil, Miss Margaret Miilqiiucri grim PiCllll'CllD. Ilousi-liolcl Arts. fl Mr. lzifolm l'K'l'lllllilll. flounsclor of 4 -1 .limo Class Ifbl. Scivlicc. Progrzinis. Mr. flUl'l1CllllS Hclifv lll fiOllI1SCl0l'. Si'iCllCC. Honor Rolls Page 11 VQI' Mr. Edward Xiestergreen, 3A Counselor, Technical. eacfy to Cgiofve CSBOPAS tgbroofewzs Miss Annette Ornstein, 3B Counselor, Science, Pre Meclics Upper right mrmfr: Miss Bertha Braddock, English, Books. Upper Row: Mr. Theodore BlICl5IlSkl, Polish: Mrs. Gertrude Crane, Head of Language Depart- nient, Books: Mrs. Lucille Byrne, Cotnniereialg Mr. Myles Hnvlicek, Gym, Swim Couch, Mrs. lilimheth jeflorcls, English, Mr. Cyril Johnson. flUIllHlCl'Cl1ll. l,rmv'r Rami: Miss lflorenee Kilburn, English, Dartlanellesg Miss lithel Kinclerinzin. Social Studies: Miss Orpha Romph, Conunercizal, Ollie: Seri'ice: Miss lrene Seehler, liilllgllilgfh l-'renchg Miss Pearle Sutherland. Science, Szulille Bouncers: Mrs. lflorence Young, Head of Mathematics 1JCPZllillIlClllI Miss l,orn Aclzuns, English fnot photographetljg Miss Katherine Perry, lloustrliolcl Arts Qnot photogrzipherlj. Hollow linux' Mrs. Florence Armitage, Englishg Mrs. Grzice Berlling, Science: Mr. jzinies Gray, linglishg Miss Ethel jacobek, Social Stucliesg Mr. Sidney Pitzele, Coin- inereial, Skating, Miss Alice Sutherland, lVI21lhClll2lilCS, ey gxtencf Lg We ping QA Miss .-Xgncs Polka. Counsvlor, xi1llilt'lIlllliCN ljfjm' Rozy: Mrs. Yxoimc Childs, Social Studies. Clic-ssg Mrs. Dorothy Compton. Scicliccg Miss Meta Comm-r. liuglishg Miss Agatha Fossu, Head of English Dcpurr- lllljlllg Mrs. Esther Frey, linglish. 1.mvm' lfnzv: Mrs. I,orrziim- Haus, Dramalics, Crci-ii liurluiiig Miss Maxim- Hoill Illklll, Cynig Miss livclyn RZISIIIIISSCII, Hollschohl Ai-msg Miss Rita Silvcri, Social Slllclicsg Miss Mildred Slzncrs, llczlcl of Household Arls Dcpurtnienlg Miss livclyn 'l'Imrssoii. Spanish, Pam All!Cl'iL'2lllQ Miss Hzirricl Ormcllowski, KIIOI pic'lurcrlj floirrillcrcizxlg Mrs. xiylili' Nillllllilllll fll0l Pii'Illl'l'iiJ Clommcrcizil. liollnm llmzx' Miss .Ioscphinc i'12l1'l', Music, hlllllilll' Clirls' Choir: Mrs. lirllzl llcgc. Cloillllrclrizilg Miss lililznlmclli liuclmlcr, L2lIlgll2lg'L'. fiCl'Il12lll Clubs1 Mr. ilhcslcr l'ow4-rs, Svicilcc. l"llllll'K' 'l'L'z1n'l1cr's: Mrs. lithcl Shulml, Sficiicv, SIlllii'lll fifillllfiij Mis, Mairgzircl Zwirkr, xi1llill'Ill1lliC'Y. Miss Ion izl RL-lim, 2B Colmsclor, iNi1llilL'lll2I mzfmg aces feet t res les lvflflfl' rig!!! rorlzer: Miss Be1'nic'c .-XllSll'llCiHl, Sciencfe. I'j1j11f1' 7'OZl'.' Miss lilimlmclli lllyllie. .Xrlg Mrs. Mary llrennocik, Social Studies: Mr. Roy Dzixis, Coinlncrrizilg Miss fiCl'il'llllC Donneisliergei. Cirnnnlercialg Mr. 1:l'2llll-Q lfrelicli. Science. Yisnzil 1-Qcliutzllioiig Miss Edith Ciuris, Ari. 1.o11'1'r IC11111: Miss Marie Kelly, l'nl1lic Speukingg Miss Ruth Kilgonr, Music, Boys' tllmirg Mr. lilniei' Koslkzi, 'I'ectln1ic:1lg Miss Victoria Mey, Mzltlieniaiicsg Miss Regina Selinger, Gymg Mix lfrccl Spiectker, Coliiiiierciul, Key. 13111111111 Rozy: Mrs. Frances Borg. English. Newspaper: Mr. Clyde Ecliellmzirgur. Shop, liqnipnienl: Mr. Ivan l'it'lKilll2lll, Bands, CZIITIIMIS Crew: Mr. lYillZn'd Clmoni. Mnsir, f,l'l'ilCSll'2lQ Mr. lfreml llllilll, Xikroclsliop. Bowling, Golf. 3 sJiJm . . A 5, i 3 . . OOLQJ OI' PQCICZ! CSEQMMCQS l'jfju'r Rrniv: Mr. ulttliuw Lakin, Gym. Bztsketlmztll Cioztelig Miss Ethel lxlCNilIIlZll'li, Careers, Civic 'l icTliCl1 Mr. Stanley Nalettz, Printing: Mr. Fred Ruscli, flying Mr. Ifretl Siegel, Sliop. l.rm'1'r limit: Mrs. l"lurettt'e Smlerlmerg, Clym, CLA..-X.: Mr. Stewart Spikiilgs, lleztd ut leclitiieztl llepztrtmettt, Stage Crew: Mr. illittrles Temple, l'rugrzttng Mr. llerbert 'l'l1ot1ipsmi. Gym, 'I melt: Nlr. Fred Vewel, Head of Gym Depatrtmetit. lftmtlxztll Cioztcli. Ilollum lime: Nlrs. -It-we lV1ltstm. Gym: Nlr. Henry XYe:tver, Head of Art Depart- Illvtll, Student Ciottticilp l,t. Robert liingery, Sgt. james lletlertiztti, Sgt. Gilbert Mt-Neese. flkliss Lillizts tnuttt, Social Studies, 'litrdy mztke-upsg Mr. james Downey, Plzteemetit Teaelierg Mrs. Vesley, Arty Ilol pliotogruphed. hey, oo,i awe Qlll' linger n Ae ie lfjzjifmr Razr: Mrs. Helen XVlllClS, l.llll'2ll'i2lllQ Nliss Annu Nlzirciss, Lilmrzirizing Miss Irmzi Dolirnizinn. l.llJl'2ll'illllQ Miss Frances Rigncy, Paiyrcxll Lili-rkg Miss Rim Conway, Bulletin, Ailenflunccg Mrs Mary Dxurzilcliek, Books. l.ouw'r Ruzv: Mrs. Jeanne BIaryz1nrm'ski. lfiiiziinxrg Miss Eileen Dewar, Recorclsg Mr. liclwurml Bacle lingineer Cnslmlizui Qrciirecljg Mr. Yerncr l'n-lcrsmi, Assistant 1-Lngincerg Mrs. Nora Roche, Mutron Mr. John Diirkin Engineer Clnsimlizin siicceciliiig Mr. Bride. That genial looking gcnllcnizin ilizii you see going almni the hulls is our new engineer, who has ironic io luke Mr. Bziclmfs place. Mr. Baile retired in Ducenilmcr ziflcr seventeen years of faithful service an Sleinnielf. Mr. lJlll'liiI1,S pleas- ant manner has ulrezuly wun him many friends. Page 16 SD rmfus 1.4718 qu atzience PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION Under the competent lezlclership ol' Mrs. NV. O'Neil, president, Sleinnietz l'.'I'.A. has increased in IlICIIliJC1'SililJ in the past year. These good niothers are ever ready to get on the hzlncl wagon :Incl do more than their share for the clear 'fsrhool in the T'Vesl.". They zliin Lo nlznke their meetings educzllionzll us well as sociable :incl have haul hook reviews and talks on interesting subjects. l'j1j1r'r jfirlurc: Smlr'fI at tflhlzf: Mrs. XVutson. Mrs. T. Johnston, Mrs. Cosy, Mrs. XV. O'Neil. Smzzrling: Mrs. Mmler, M. Slllilil. L0u'f'rj1ir'I1n'f': Sealrrl: Mrs. D. Kocgle, Mrs. S. Snlilh, Mrs. C. Moon, Mrs. 1. YVilliams, Mrs. II. A ' lima- Mrs. liefker. Mrs. Aclznns. Hrs. .-X. Cflonslon, Nlrs. Craig, Mrs. li. n2ll'liCl ' " BI. Singer. Boehm. .Slum N Mrs. XV. Turk, Mrs. A. Just, Mis. TV!! Page IT Cl!S' CCOWQP IS ITL gfolicfays glw 60045 gre ay LUNCH ROOM Row I: Laurine Moss, Florence Petree XVinifred Blake, Bertha Kar- rasch, joseph Sartini, An Murray. Row 2: Gertrude Sehillo, Selma Pynn nonen, Bernice luhl, julia Majeski, Josephine Malpede, Henrietta Hbjciechowski. Row 32 Annette Shaw, Anna Balla, Mary Overson, Martha jacob- son, Katherine Rokoz y, Helen Hjelkrem. At Table: Miss Thorsson, Miss Roy, Mrs. Hadley, Miss Polka, Mrs Youn Mi R .. g, ss ehm. In lmck-grouvzd: Miss Haley, Mrs. j ellords. Left side of table: Miss Silveri, Mrs. Monahan, Mrs. Gehant. Right side: Miss Kelly, Miss Marciss, Mrs. Shabat, Miss Farr. Page 18 If you eat at Steinlnetr C2ll'ClCl'l2l, ou'll he .' 'f l I ' X y semen ny ,.liss Blake and her congenial staff. Early each morning their work begins, preparing dishes that will appeal to both eyes and stoinachs of the happy partakers ol' creature comforts. During the lunfh periods, they are busy serving the hungry throngs. Alter the inner nian is pzutified, the clean-up parade begins. Tl1ere's no time for idlers there. HC Lgtg what you fput gt Cglzat Gounts 5 . r-V' . Cfonze. 001110. fzllfe Ofreskrcfs. 0f our fu X -.lofel 1el'.' Q y 9 ff J f mon cffffz -Jam fozuzcf the Jface J J I Q01 reacfy An' fha! fun' year rr ce lima' I9 T88 471841 Room Row 1: Row 2 101 J. Rainey, T. Glaclson, A. Ci- polla, J. Jukiewicz, L. Frody- ma, M. XViecle1'in, Pahl. 2 R. Cnota, C. Foerstner, G. YVoods, C. Scott, A. Malacina, J. Dobish, M. Ventrcsca. D. Anderson, li. Kasallis, D. ' L. Jones. Row 3. D Alpel t, Row Row v5 Ferraro, . C. Petrucci, A. Relnsik. 4: N. Schulze, C. Rawlinson, li. Kulpinski, B. Yanderslice, 'lf Bowles, J. Orclos. :T. Pedersen, A. Ranallo, J. Bachmann, l'. Moeller, Miss Austrheim, C. Hannemann, R. Gurski. Room 102 Rowl: R. Sergoll, J. H2lgSII'LJl1l, G. Boye, R. I.a1'son, I. Savas, M. Affolter. Row2: XV. Edenliofer, J. Jaekel, J. Kasallis, B. Balzano, A. Ublasi, V. Hasenauer. Row 3: M. Riley, C. Urban, A. Tucek. R. Conforli, A. English, P. Lomax. ROWS: K. Laliula, li. Barker, CZ. Bartsch, B. lVebinger, R. Christiansen. V52 G. Scott, K. Monberg, L. Man- iscalco, R. Klenske, J. YVcislo. S. Yonngquist. Rm Room 103 Row l: J. Sabaino, P. Skulsky, A. Shaw, M. Banaski, B. Mitzit, L. An- garola. Row2: A. Berstcn, R. Epifano, l'. Handschu, IQ. Ippolim, J. Zie- inan, P. Olszewski, J. Bebout. Row fl: B. Allendorfer, J. Kwasniewski, B. James, A. Schrain, YV. Plo- cinski, R. Hansen, B. Penrocl ROW4: K. Lucksinger, M. Bangora, A G. Anderson, R.De1'1'. Dalman, J. Cupan, M. Williams. Page 20 I'QS 471941 Room 104 Row l: Cliolsi, D. Marske, M. R0- lnano. J. Braschko, J. Castagna, I.. Baltlarc. Row2: l'. Sielnien, B. Luckowiez, D. lmlarzynski, S. Kaehler, D. Bor- kowiu, NI. Fiorito. Row f' 1: M. Marzullo, K. Hulchiy, A. Pauly. J. Allen, K. l"ll1i'll' Robinson P .. , M. , . DiMit'hele. Row Al: R. Andrew, J. Bittenhincler, R. Schultz, T. Johnston, D. Lot'- enfe, CI. Seitz. Row5: J Ol J. sen, J. Sdllllltll, R. Skie- ney, J. Liehich, A. I.aske' Anderson M .I- Intrcpitli. Room 105 Rowl: C. Hubert, R. Suhonen, D XVillgale, R. Spielh l,Cll'llll l erger, :ze li, R. Coleman. Row2: B. Buck, C. Koinnatzke, J. Vallee, B. Jackson, R. Edwards, A. Rizzo. Rowflz D. Kenclron, F. Ylll'lllll7lC, I... Arnclt, S. McCabe. J. Carella. A. Canipcse. Ruwlz 'l'. Kennedy, A. Karnigartl, P. Damore. B. Murphy, M. Kehoe, M. Stretch, L. Lorenzini. W Row 5: M. Riel, C. Tramhlay, J. Kujat. M. Chiolcs, l'. A Sci ' t . ntlcrsen, J. l inabel, H. Petersen. Room 106 Rowl: S. lfillip, A. Burke, M I gosch, D PI' . .an- . tester, J. lluttner. A. Artwick. Rowfl: V. Slczerhinski, R. Hosnler. C. Cook, M. Cruikshank, J. Snlicl. M. liek, J. Anderson. Row3: J. Spiros, C. Sewoski, C. Erik- sen, R. Zimel, M. Young, C. I,ZllllllCl'I, B. Legones. Row 4: C. llarred, D. Bloch, J. Coogan. K. Nelson, D. McMurtlo, M. Peterson, R. Turcck. Row5: A. Lammert, M. Bassett, D Faber, D. McCutche1 M. B' ' 1, Z. Moor, lanchi, C. Krause. '1ge2l C9288 471841 Room 107 Row I: CZ. Hynes. II. f:l'1INfL'l'. IJ. Hlig- IlCl'. BCZIIIIICII, CZ. I9uL1cl1'iC. 'IQ Kcngoll. RUWZ: IS. FYCCIIIZII1, Ii. Savage, M. I"l'2lIlCOl11l, lJL:Cil'z1c'c. Koll- cr, C. Alzuul. Rowfiz IXI. IT.-Xgowlillu, li. Pznlik. Ii. SCIIIICSC, l'. Cizlllo. IC. Berg. 13. Smith. Row I: I, Hzillcl, CI. BUIIIYIS. Cl. Buch- crl, If. Iillkuwski. NI. fI2II'ISOI1. Slcin, IJ. U55- RUW5: .-X. Yorllolfcr, li. . ICI' L. Rogcrs. Y. f:2lI'lCl', I.zxl1lc11Iwz1cI1, Room 108 Row I: CL. Hum. R. Xlollrum. R. IY.-Xrgcxllu, R. 1YohIfciI. NI. Mobcrg. IJ. Illlllli. IJ. IR-lilli. Row2Z Kolfilzl, INI. Villllli, P. Dc- Smidl. S. Kroll, Iiilmcr, R. Mclma. CL. Stearns, IJ. I-Izxug. Rowfii CLcl'l11fI1, IJ, I5c'1'l1ic1'. C. Bul- fzmz, R. 131111, R. Slcvlxlmlt, Il. Hung. Cl. l.n-lm. Rmvbli R. I'ickzl1'ski. N, SKIINVZIIIIII. -I, ILIIIICIIVI R. liloilu-l'.C1. Bfllll- 1 clik, NI. Isrzlcl, il. I'i5c'I1c'. Room 109 Row I: I". C4111 . . , jzxrczyk. R. Ilzmc. ll, In Masta. K. Harlem. Ruw2: Ii. YYz1g'11c1'. IS, K1ll'l. l'. Mycrs. H, .-Xmlcrson. NI. Kioralou. D, ' I'IL'Il0 .-X, XVUCVLZ, D. si Ifzigan, Rowfi: IE. Reich, CI. Maui Clrincllc, I.. Dulzcr, Ii. Geiger, V. Polizi. 'I C. Siclmcrl, II. Iillllglrml. 'z1Ii. R. Rnw-I: IJ. Skzlck, R. I.L " 'I1'l C. Nclncr. NI. Nash, .-X. 1.11.1 .. NICIHZIIIII, I.imIJz1c11. Bizm age 22 X-ws ff" Pa ge '7 T88 471811 Room 110 Row l: fi. S11 " sala, B. Kzn-lm, R. Splelzr er, R. Splelzer, 'l'. Clizlslo, M. Pnlesch. Row2: Il. Kleckner, A. Ness, M. Rosa- nmncl, D. Polkowu. M. Voegcli. M. Moore, C. Nelson. 7 Rcrw 3: I. Cross, M ' XNunncl1.Cl.AILv. R f:lLICIIIlgS. K I Pele: . Dzuids. sen, E. Snlellers. Row l: G. Marx, D. Harris, B. Olson. N. XVar11er, N. Dmnlmrowski. l'. Nclles. Room Ill Row l: M. Wallace, l'. lingel, L. Nor- fleen, D. Rufk. V. IVillel', S. Dawkins. Row2: KI. Hoyer, xl. Kern, QI. Gilkison. D. Higgins. R. McI'herson. V. lfrznmczyk. Rmvfl: X. Liflqnisl, N. Klitzke, B, Rent, A. Adclzlnle, R. Miller, ll. Clellner. Rmvl: .-X. Tccple, I.. Nllfifln, l'. Stor- ino, C. Cranler, R. Noelle. 'l'. Nowak. Rmx'3: II. Ilrarllcy. Miss Kelly. Lyons. IYilc'0x. XY. I.ahI. Cl. Olxucllowicz. Room 112 Row l: H. VIAIIOIIIC. A. DeMichel, M. Suurlnann, M. linuny. ll. Olcl- Illllll, -I. Keclge. Rowffi I.. Schmidt, M. l'zirlipil0, I'. Kujawa, C. lznnlxurino, QI. Roth. B. Cengel. Rowfiz ul. I.eBlonLl, M. licklanrl. Cl. Wenglass. D. Derby, D. Rothc. D. XYz1lls. Row-l: R.Rz1dke, A. Allesc, .-X.SfIlllll1. IS. Wolter, II. Mueller. Row 5: Ll. xv2lgHCl', R. liulnn, Mr. Kost- kzl, M. Macunley, R. Oslancl, N. Hausman. T88 471847, Room Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row J, Room Row l: Row Row Row R 0 w 2: 3: fl: IJ: ll3 K. Losey, li. lferrzno, A. Dicizinni, G. Whilcoinb, Droog, P. Subgrunski A. Grundstroin, D. Rosak, G. Pzisrorc, A. Simioni, B. Hall- rnann, C. I'lOIlCI'Zl. C. lVillieln1, Cl. limlwitrds, N. Rlllkuwski, R. Kozlowski, J Cichon, B. Moeller. YV. Korle. M. Pnrrncker, B. Olson, M. Sikita, H. Hermann R. Dooniain. S. Pcrnictone. l5l J. Gustafson, J. Allen, R. Baran, li. YVo0druff, M. Robl H. Smith, lf. Gates, R. Nelson. D. Ciinzzrnsti, H. lCge, D. Daly, Kziplzln. G. lforsberg, C. King, P. Olsxewski, G. Scelig. M. Hansen, B. l4zn'rier, K. Rainpolo, D. Clausen, E. Melau T. Pernmniun, 'II Crowley, M. NICLZZIIIO fl52j. M. Daniels, R. Kilinun, J. Pihlgarcl, R. Gohr, Mazzuc Cllelli, E. x'I'llDCl, D. Hzirwick, XV. M'clier. J. Carpino, J. Strom, B. Manchester, C. Duckhorn, J Ruggero, D. llorjes, King, L. Tranker. 'll Renk, G. Dorn, li. 'l'nrner, K. Ploczir, Page 24 Room Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Room Row 1: Row 2: Row 3 Row 4 Row 5: ll4 M. Wiesineyer, D. Pagnozli, J. Ness, S. Kukla, B. L21 Rose, L. lfricznio. G. Hogeni, B. XVugner, M. Aloisio, G. Olson, YV. Pinnuu M. Alberli. H. Vzznrewiez, C. Rznnseth, D. Szindzilil, A. Sumborski, J Hill. M. lindzich. R. llonle, R. Teuber, Rnggles, P. Geisler, L. Twine. I.. Ritter, B. Bycliowski, B. Linne, M. Teschner, D. lieinke 152 D. lVeslerlJerg, M, Exarlios, R. Szybowicz, S. Xlv2lgllLTli, R DeVito fl53j, D. Everett, M. Valentino. J. Peclersen, Droucho, C. llouy, C. Nielsen, G. Oslertug' J. Lawrence, L. Mortensen. K S. Klolli, M. Thoinas, K. Iiclwzircls. D. Bencsies, L. Hughes, 'l'. llelgeson, M. Iflannnini, A. Donatelli, R. Ifoernssler, Skoczen. C. Aniliroz. XV. Zincke. Cl. Nelson, li. lllinkler, lf. Carpenter D. Braun. D. Anclersen, R. Foss, A. Dileonzircli, P. Henning, C. Tews J. lleninger, R. Singer, YV. Burdick. I'QS 471841 Room 153 Row 1: M. I.zipiunz1, B. Getty, AI. 5110111501111 NI. Carter, ll. Nlugmlliu, 51. Jensen, R. Roceer. A Rmv2: H. l.ehmznm. C.. Milk, 5. Dausey. l.. lingo. HI. filllllllill, ll Amlerseii, II. Novak. Rowflz M. l'ClCl'S01l, C. Kohle, B. Hull. N. liegley. B. Slemlor. Al. Row Row Czlrmiiiizxl, -I. Olsen. 4: 'l'1minpscm, R. Ifrill, YV. Hzuleler. ll. Hulllmcrg, Il. Van nlenllergh, R. ZI1llll'lf'IlSlil. O'l.e1l1'. 3: Mrs. lwirky. P. Doyle, K. S3l'I1CClil, nj. XVl'5ll'l'lDCl'g. li. Puller son. R. Duhe. J. Hill, P. XVeed. Room 155 Row 1: R. ,l.2llll'l1CI', M. Keating. -I. Trendel, C, fllmyimki, ll SL'l1llCll. 1. Naegele. R. Hanisch. Row2: ,-X. Yelllrescia. I-1. lung, ll. Segal. N. filCSSllC'l'. 14. Wenclc-l. Row Row Row G. Mocnik, XY. Mlliuire, NI. Pier Dominici. fl: AI. N'1Zl7ll0, D. lfoiilziiizi. N. Rosenfeld, .-X. rlllflllllll, A. Nichols. XV. Kuhfuss, R. Hahn, li. Boettcher. -I: H. Nlzirtiii, R. Ijmlherg. XV. Selof. B. Meineke. CZ, llllllllllll P. Scofmlu, R. NVz1lke1'. P. Gill. 5: J. Stenfel. F. B2lllCllll'C'2ll'l, R. IlUl'lllll1g, lflelclier. R Agnew. ll. Berrey. C. Hoekslra. A. Pziolelli. Room 154 Ruwlt fi0lilL'llllCl'g. KI. UlI'llYOl1g, P. lI1lll5Cll, 'll lliYil0. Kzlregizm. I.. ljllllfllll, Sfhwaw. Rmviz xl. Riclizmls. Al. Lassen. 14. I.z11'so11, l'. Ric'lm1'ds, IJ. Burg 1. lfiecller. NI. .-Xndersmi. Ruwfiz R. Infolis, NI. Bilelzkx. li. Schulll. Nl. 'l'z1bberl, li. Malldl NI. -Musse, A. Herrmzliin. Row 1: IC. Opfer. R. Smith. 'l'. lfrznnsou, CQ. Svliiudler. .-X. Vein C.. Nzxegcle. I.. Smith. Row fr: S, l,2l9lx1l. Nl. Sl1VlCl'. K. Xhxlf, D. Rflfll. I.. l'2ill11Cl'. R. Heine Room Rrm'2: M Rmvfl: 11 R. Doyle. 156 Row I: I. Slizlller, 1. l'0l1ill'111lli. X. Bziclymki. I.. Pimi, A. Aiidei 1, Nl. Riiilky. . Kasinzm. M. SCl1l'0L'tll'1', ll. Crimme. li. lopel, R. llafou 1. K. IXI1n'sl111lI. 'oHl', A, Teleus. P. l'ClC'I'SOll, li. l.U1'CllllI1l. P. Nferii IJ. Urusso. R. Eckert. ,. Rim' 1: 1. Xoilickzi. C.. I'Clllll1j.,. IJ. Busse, NI. l'uLlkmer. R, 'I'h Sikorcin. NI. Hauser. 1 I N t you Wave Q70 gfeep cglzings jqstirring Qgbopfzfes. C!ClI'!l.l7gS, wczlch tkat gallery Slzfr' tt, taste fl, beat it snzootftg Cgfzereis not muclz time to sit unc! chat, CgAQl'8S two I7ZOl'Q QQGFS to !7,Clflg yOl,Ll' 1l,g l' sopf. Row 1 2 Row 23 Row 3 Row Row OI'7'lOI'QS Room 201 I' Sd lller P. May, ml. Adams, ' R. Bran- u . P-. Dowling, ml. lalcr. dlc, N. Lindquist. B. Schelle, M. Hohik, M. Heas- "mn, B. 1Vedyck. lcll, A. Peteisr ' 'd. B. lidwards. . v Sun . M. Mirrilees, S. Roberts. . Andrcsen, A. Kiinmich. CL. Brenner, l. Rclondo, R. Haas. 4: R. Albrecht, 'II Maybach. O. ' ', F. Mc ' Richman. Moll: V ISCI, R. R. Dwellcn. 5' li. Anderson, ml. Paloian. ml. ' Schefller, lf Cllci 119611 lx. . ' D. Han- U Christia . . ' C' Krueger, VIS. 1. kins. Room 202 ' ' ' km P. Bochlc. ' I C. Ihun L ew l Tos- Row l: ll. lc'r1, . C' Banas, l. XVliitn m. aus Row 2: Row fl: Row Row 5 l Chx lr' Cano, D. . m' . .. ' 1 'e, M. Carl- 'l'. l.irer1s, D. mlmk 5 Hansen, M. Sayre, P. son, l. llehou I112ll1 4: l, M. Peters. S Ifurliu, R. S Batchelor, .. ' '- l. Wicgcl- Rcinlu. Illyrne, B. m ' ' B. Morgan. l. Bauer. ll0CCl71l. l.. D. Anderson, ml. .1 Rcdflille, Rosa, R. mlelkc, lf. 1ViIder. Pi. lirinskellc, Miss . lm den Room Row 1: Row 2: Row 3 Row Row : m. Massey, Rasmussen. P. Steiner, ml. Ma ' ' ' H. Schneider. , ll.G13l1l1lI1l, 203 lx l Rase D. Schultz, D. Slcin'e, m. lnussen, B. Campbell, R. Bird, B. Gregson, C. Baldassarre. M. Muscari, I.. Ycarsley. ml Syversen, D. mlensen, B. Gunni- no, F. Staszak, ml. Walters. ' xlik li. Hansel 1 . : ml. Sanko, li. la' , M. Carlson. ml. HClllCl11'ClCl1, Nl. Sayre, l. Sandell. 'l'. Gorak. 4: 'l'. Paulson, ml. Nebergall. R. l.upo, C. Maas, ml. Angell. ml. Rolella, H. Stellensen. ' Krocza, M. 5: A. Chrismphcl, ml. Pirard, M. Ander- 'c. mlohnsen, l. son, ml. Schuhrke, R. Calabrcs Page Page 28 Room 204 Rowlz T. Carbonaro, M. Eineke, N Tomala, A. Hartwig, D. Mal- ley, L. Siegler. Rowil: N. Goetz, L. Calvin, M. Larson, D. Bridger, M. Johnson, KI. Kazakeich. Row 3: R. Engelmann, I. Spang, N. Lexau, M. Mueller, L. Sickels. C. Schafernak C' F , ,. aust. Row-l: R. Paschk Row 5: e, K. Mlieland, C. Kcpnick, T. Buehler, L. Steph- anides, M. Ness. C. Bienias, AI. Sono, S. Ferrara, B. Kramer, Iahnkc, B. Horn, M. Neubauer. Room 205 Rowl: II. Benson, S. Sansone, R. Schreplcr, I. Vischulis, E. Cho- banian, B. Roth. Row2: M. Camillo, D. Bromstead, I. Iacobscn, S. Schocmann, H. Krajec, S. Scalzo. Rowfi: G, Nissen, XV. Fluhler, L. 'llllCllg3211'Cl, R. Valcnzo, D. Soclc, L. Papen. Row-1: R. Humanski A , -I. Domko, B. Shannon, B, Marchuk, D. Kirch, H. ' Row 5: G1 aszcr. R. Felde D , . Engelman R Blus, M. R' ' Miss Room 206 Row 1: 1ch.1, R. Nesxlfolcl, Thorsson. L. Ott, E Blou h . g , G. Thomas 6. Rumentzas B , . Fromm, G. Duenser. Row2: M. Kotars, A. Longfield, B. Ciulla, A. Fcnclt, P. Adams. T. Keegan. I Row 3: F. Olsen, B. Crandall, R. Pro- venza, B. jenkins, M. Ivork- man. Row4: NI. Knott, I Gl k I . uc stad, R. Ned- ved, R. Ver Row 5: C. Ratzer non, I. Blustein. , G. Peisker, I Schulze, H. T1 'k I. YVillas. ll , M. Gronert. CS5Of9llOI'lflO4'QS CS3Of9llO4'l'LOI'Q.S' Room 207 Row l: A. Rullixlo, N. Muehlbauer, D. Saniborski, G. Longo, B. Kel- logg, A. Perske. Row 2. M. Lohan, I. Sell, C. Regas, M. Tetltman, B. Shukoske, D. Guidice. Row3: N. XVilliznns, R. Fischer, D. Schenk, B. Greet, M. Joseph. B. Blackmore. Row 4: A. Ryinut, R. Reilly, J. Bohn, R. Olson, R. Zakoff, Sporer. Row5: J. Balfanz, J. Gaza, L. Ponta- relli, G. Cooper, R. Krause, B. Pilch. Room 208 . Born, falurano, C '. Cohr, Rowl: A. M Bucek, C. Hocb, l Madero. Row2: Neira, D. Kosian, M. Plcie, M. Pump, D. Klema, J. H111- vacek, G. Nahabedian. Row 3: N. Boseeke, R. Sheifer, C. Stn- sica, C. Mitsch, G. Bartz, C. Hansen. Row-1: F. Plambeck, J. Smith, P. Rie- den, L. XVolak, B, WVudtke, D Hlittrock, L. Kator, J. Stachnru. Room 209 Row l: H. Dautel, C. Fitzge . Lattey, M. Furmanski, M. Koiv tll1T1, M. Steiner. Row2: P. Butlzynski, D. Maggiori, B. Majszak, C. Roan, M. Huebner, D. Paulsen. Row fl: G. Zilligen, J. Kurka, F. Habet, ler, E. Heiclenreich, D. Huck, , P. Strutzberg, A. Mundal. 2 Row4: G. Nelson, M. Peterson, R. Galli, IC. liemer, J. Alniassey D. Shefler, T. Corbett. Row5: P. lfinn, A. Andrae, G. Rode way, R. Fnlseher, M. Kirby, S. Reichelt, R. Bourland. I age Ill? SO pllO47'I,O4'8.S' Room 211 Row l: P. 'lqClllJJlC, J. Moon, H. Kou- rakis, F. Baron, A Pri C Cu . wenzuno, . lJJJJllCCl0. Row2Z A. Lewis, N. Christ, li. l'z1ssi, G. l7lll2lfCl'l'0. J. Watson, A. i xV2lgllCl'. Row 3: Y. Miller. S. Fuccla. J, SC2llJlll'!I. M. Swanson, Ciarmoli, Koslner. Row -4: R. Sand, M, VVhite, P. Peter- sen, ll. Kuinncr, D. Hurlin, NV. Alherls. Rowiz D. BZIVIIZIS. li. Dvorak, li. M11- clziy. l'. Oslrand, C. Monson. li. Bucci, R. Gerard. Room 213 Rowl: Rossi, Johneock, D. Graves, M. Sayre, M. Gallo, lf. Bartz. Row2Z l' Koenig. N. Belssricr, CL. Mn- day. M. Christopher I' heiinel l , Kreis- ', J. NVillgale. Rowfl: R. Rolilifek, R. llflliill, Sanko, R. Rzmieri, V. Ray- moncle, R. Glass. Row fl: R. Xillrzi, lf. Loding, H. Jahns D. Penley, P. Esposito. Row5: J. Small, lf. Gcrlsch, R. Arcler, B. Johnson, G. Mayer, F. Bel' larelli. Rocm 214 Row l: J. Renlsik, B. Tlapa, M. Cen- tili, A. Vesper, M. Inglese, D. Converse. Row2: B. Hanson, J. O'Neil, J, Johne son, CZ. Panagopoulos, A, Rogf gall, D. Lynam. Rowfli XV. Klosowski, L. Hufelcl, S. Kohul, S. Slirnga, C. l,2l0l2ll1Clll. B. 'l'racy. Row4: S. Myziu, J, Gcrcken, R. Ellen man, R. lirnralh, R. Cunnphell, Cl. Rzmzillo. Row5: J. Slxarlmro, Miss Hollniun, CZ. xV1ill2lCC, li. Mueller, I.. lleurer. L. Sl72ll'lJ2ll'0. QSDOPZLOHQOTQS Room 251 Rowl: Ii. Anmlerson, IS. I,CICI'SUll. N. Stanley, M. l'eterson, Hulv nel, Ii. Awzullolle. Row2: D. Nelson, CQ. YVensiel'ski, Baranowski, NI. Mall, A. Kiel- man, N. illllllll. ' ' Iriclx, B. Dupleix, N. ' jllI,l'L'L'. Row fl : G. I'IdIlJ XvICglll1lll, P. Bart, In I P. Szwusl. I Dnlen. M. Sctlllllf . ,I RUW4: IV. I-Izlll, N. ler. R. Sfllnulmel, BCIIDLI , D. Fenwick. K Anderson. R R ' NIIIIIIV, . If Mamcll. Row5: I- X O 1 ben "en ll , .. Bronke. NI. Tmnan. Room 252 IIIIIIKICI M. IEUIRCIIRIITII. C B I NI ILIIIII Rowl: D. Ile' 1 ., H. IIYCIICIIIQU. I. une, . . Fergelef, K. Young. il. " ' - zelli. ' Row2: S. Blleller. I'. lloyd, IJ. llnllu. l 12. I.IllRClllll, IS. Kures. D. Iiml' wurmls, H. I.orclols. Rowfii P. Kennedy, R. XVITLII, IE. Ru jik, D. Moser, bl. Cnssznlln. .X Bona. I.. Gicllnncl. l Row I: D. Dzxssrmw, NY. Cllcglmm, I Home, IJ, Smith, l-Q. Iilznml 1 R. Hansen. IS. Paclnl. l RUWSZ R. IQZIIIIKC, XY. Kegley. .X, XVIII, A. Fox, IT. liomwski, .X. VIIUIII- plemzln, S, CI:1sc'iu1'o. Room 253 ' - NI. lfugun. Row l: G. Goerlm. 'lell I Osslnnn. I.. .Xncl ' In c X , . Rcjlloler, I". I.lll. .. Row2: L. Reich, ll. I.znn0s, . mermzm, il. IIl'lIlNIClllJlIl'g. I IIIUITZILTCIO, R. IIIIIUIIIZIS. l Nfzulisnn. Ruwfl: flllllllll. KZ. Ilrllse, B. lltrgtll, C. RIIIJURIIIIIZIS. IJ. llringe. lf.. Yarlll, l'uppel'I. ' I'llCIfllL'l', ul. '1o'exl4'l1, Mifllels, lf. Puni- Ruw I: l'. Nlll I Fleming, R. , pilio, I.. ll2ll'l'IL'l'. ' " , ID. blulxnsnn. R. Mall- xigl R Twinn I 1 R Bnxsu Rnwfz . in. lf. Ilocksl - . . 7 -lllmfer. I 'l'r:1y11m'. R. I.clL l age 532 CSDOPAO Room 254 Row I: T. johnson, J. Reynolds, .I Curtis, Dcvitt, C. Grippc, D. YV2lglCl'. I Fr' .. mano. Row2: M. Dztlyk, li. Belca c stcr, R. A12 Olllhl, I5 I cck' .. . le, C. Steers. R. XN'ntson. P. Incardona. Rowflz B. Rojik, K. Raguse, B. lfrioli. QI. Iirictkson, A. Mantsch, A. Nzlgcl, C. Krohn. Row4: l'. Cilllznx A. Deja, F. Nichol- son, A. Stern, R. lfilctti, -I. rllilllgl, QI. Rizzo. Rowiz YV. Crocker, M. Callus, B Milan, Mclcher, NI. ' .C" ' " XV.tgnct'. ..llt.tgn'one. N. Zcitl. Room 255 Rowl: M, Rznlccki. A. Bedau, S Irwin. ll. Aullcrt M , . Schulz, ll. Koal- ing. A. lhlling. Row2: B. lQl'2llllll2lllIl, C. Flunk, D. Cloopc, C. Phillips. J. XVcgncr. NI. llC2lifOCl'i, R. XVagner. Rowfl: l'. Nlztcllicjcwski, NYl1ytC, l'. Pcttcnulxo, R. Hallicr, l'. Ag- ncw, A. johnson, Sprinkling. ROW4: N. Zum rn 1410, P. Olsen, XV. Kollow, B. Armentrout, R. cll'2lllC, Cirrintano. Row 5: D. Potter, N. Mika, 131. Sutton. A. Conforti, Pulley, Mrs. Battling, B. Kcncaly. Room 256 Rowl: D, llurso, l'. .ILll1k0WVSlil, M. llcnscn, lf. Zizzo, K. YVicscn, F. Sczmlinzt. Row2: I. Allen, R. Kcsten, AI. Rus- lnusscn, cll'lllllH6, C. lllzlnzls, R. Simon, R, Nickele. Row 3: H. llcrr, l'. Agustritis, l'. l'cst'l1. M. Hcntlcrson, G. Rltllllff. V. Ufcr, l'. Skic. Row ll: IC. Mcnini, R. Mechcwski, C. Lopzxtzl, R. Hanna, G. SICZCY punik, l'. Mitchell, C. Vlojclzt. Row5: Mrs. Annituge. C. Bunzls, R, XVcndt, KI. XVatt, J. Kyvig, R. Sllflllll, XV. Plattos. I'l'lO4'QS gt Qfooks Cafe Cylzings gre Cgaelng Cgyzape Cgnrehlf careful gLm,'0,- fom, you cfone those tlzree gears wefL your efpforfs seem to fake the shape Cqjpa cap ancfgown flflC!gI'GC!Llf1fQ. l':1gr-33 Mill Room 301 OTS D Hzisto, M. Rowl: B. Andersen, . Stance, L. Lacalalnitzt, J. Leine- weber, Kroyer. R0w2: P. Grill, M. Delaroy, L. Dace. J. Svec, J. XVitt, Galla, S. Kloc. Rowflz E. Feltlkirschncr, D. Nelson, L. Gaede, A, Reid, R. Rossi, M. Greiner, J. Clauser. Row 4: T. Krause, R. Miller, R. John- son, XV. Tedtman, B. Mitisek. J. Carson, F. Leckic. Row 5: D. Kalinsky, N. Andersen, li. Schulz, R. Hlagncr, K. Hustecl. C. Sragu, P. O'Dell, Room 302 Rowlz R. Jensen, J. Kawai, N. Bow- ron, J. Nelson, D. Iloneyinan. S. Braun, Row 2: I". Oberh2111ser,S. Zeiss, B. Gast. G. Hasenziner, J. Knmerow, C. Szyinczyk. Row 3: YV. Garnett, D. SlllCliClIlCJ'Cl', A. Buthinan, D. Glehu, C. Sevone. M. Fitz. Row4: J. Kalninski, R. Larson, R. Skutnik, M. McCloskey, E. Leh- nert, R. G. Anderson. Row5: A. Lorch, J. Scarclino, J. Han- neniann, B. K2lCZJ'IlSlil, T. Prn- sinski, R. Ii. Anderson. Room 303 Row 1: M. Nicolosi, M. Lobe, H. Smith, N. Dobbs, S. Cates, L. Neil. Row2: N. Schaefer, A. Swanson, L. Dubs, P. Kallin, K. Carlson, C. Coergen. Rowfiz E. Rosenvinge, R. Mure, C. Hehnbolcll, G. Slichanf, N Stalnper. ROW4: C. Budzichowski, L. Burtosky, " P. Poland, P G. Gelning, VVilson, V. Sicuro. WSF l 'nge 34 U4'll.OI'.S' Room 304 Row I : Row 2: Row 55: Row -I: M. Gruber, A. Klingcr, S. Mil- Icr, M. lingchnan, C. Matson, Ii. RCfCl'lI2l. S. Heidcr, M. Cattclino, M. Mraz, R. Stein, D. Sclk, B. johnson. H.A , . , K. Houston, R. Kolb, R. Pclnar, D. Labno, AI. Olszewski. Nfl 1 - v ndcrscn L Hunt I' IIOSI, il. Mage-r, Y. lloness, il. Gilbo, R. Kehart, Sanclahl, C. Fluhlcr. lx age 35 Room 305 Row I Row 2: 1. Row 3: Row 4: rl.. Rogulski, S. Kachigur, johnson, il. Gorham, R. N0 nik, I.. -lung, l'. Reillcv F. 5 Spillane, B. XVCCIQIIIQIIIII, M Butler, F. Maurice, M. Boncler, M. Martens, -I. Costa. A. Schleif, -I. Szott, -I. Tcssaro, IS. Ricdcl, I. Madeinann. F. ln- fusino, R. Roherg. R. Garner, I'. Hirsch, Fitz- gerald, R. Marsells D I h . ., . -0 n- son, E. Baushkc. Row 5: R, Deina, K. Bischoff, J. Kaniif, L. Minardi, G. Cannaltc, R. Krocger, J. Karp. Room 306 Row I: P. Andersen, B. BOI'Cll2lI'tll, J. Angellotti, M. Leake, D. Zier, l'. O'C0nnor. Row 2: R. Ranicri, C. Kakos, D. Peter- son, M. Motzcr, A. Mac Far- Iune, F. Kohnt. Row II: I. Rodwuy, R. Kirchner, J. Burger, NI. Brandon, G. Farley. A. Carr. Row AI: A. Reich, Ii. Valent, C. Stone. 'l'. Siinon, M. Dahl, IV. Alungc. Row5: Ii. Lautcn, I.. B "f exly, C. Ander- C C sen, .. .ocly, NI. Greganti, M. Lopatka, B. Notardonato. l,M'Ll.O4'S Room 307 M Kalasky, A. Rowl: R. Sommcrs, . Johnson, A. Corrado, Ciam- marruco, J. Cascella. Row 2: J. Crites, F. Kellerman, B. XVill- hamer, I. Berg, A. Drohner, P. Cook, Dankowski. Row 3: J. Carlson, J. Gasparaitis, D. Lien, S. La Corio, K. Duvall, H. Banach, J. Hoff. ROW4: Kriz, Comitz, G. Thor- son, R. Selk, B. Ossler, J. Moeller, D. Norby. Room 308 Row 1: J Rolfs, R. Petersen, S. Ciorba, la. Schneider, C. Cosy, li. Kupiszewski, Fornell. Row 2: M. Cummings, T. Deluca, C. Roche, M. Emrnrich, P. Leon, C. Eagan, R, Brylas. Rowfi: F. Burnier, D. Calderon, L. Bosch, E. XVaLers, L. Grelyak, D. Catterdam. Row 4: S. Strombeck, C. Roseman, M. O'Connor, Mr. Buczynski, ' ' XV' rner, Crepus, lxnudsen,C-. a C. Deuschle. Room 309 Rowl: C. Tomasic, M. Steinke, D. Danvosky, L. Falduto, L. Mc- Abee, N. Keegan. R0w2: D. Eriksen, C. Ranicri, V. Wlasek, E. Brozik, D. Molter, J. Rolfs. Row 3: C. Larson, I.. Sundelin, L. Dahl, B. Burra, D. Iilstner, N. Cissel- brecht. Row 4: A. Streder, T. Harvey, H. Rod- man, R. Carlson, D. Schmidl G. Reiter, Row5: J. Losaceo, K. Lautenbach, R . Panzel Weege, R. Fleger, J L. Provenza. 1 K 'age 37 LM'llOI'S Room 310 Row l: ll. Mach, B. l"aircl1ild..I. Muel- ler, S. janko. C. Rutko. A. De Vito. Ruw2: -I. Schwarll. C. Holton. C .-Xnclersolin, I. 'ltznlnory D. I' son, G. S' . Rowfl: -I. Lonergan. B. Froelllich, C. Nlacler, B, Clarlslroin, D per, S ' cler- LllllllCli . Trem- . Dolson. Rowslz R. La Mollie. D. Rasmussen, M. Kutska, S. Larson, R. Beck, I.. Freitag. Rowi: D. Popperl. R. XV6lSZl112ll1ll, P. .X1lams, QI. lforbes, A. Macehia, A. Doolas. Room 311 Rowl: EI, NIcNIanis. C. Girarclal. M. lil2lI'llCSCl1. D. Bagnuolu, Bianco. II. Nlerner. Row 2: C. Faber. R. Dombek. N. Lieht, ll. Hallas, ll. YVilbourn, L, XVagner. Row fl: 'l'. jurcs, M. Rygiel. A. Rix, T. De Nlarm, C. XYanclers. D Ifant. 1 Row-1: R. Seihl, -I. Hartlnann. Q1 Schuster, B. Spitzer, D. Adam owicz. ROWS: l' C" ' . 1ll1l1I1O. D. Brueki, C Morin, D. Skupien, G. Sass. J Jensen. Room 312 Row I: ' ' X. Corrarlo, li. Tarrantino, Abernathy. li. La Ifroma, NI Rossi, R -Xnl S. . . cersen. Row2: A. Endler. -I. Osman, 1'. Murphy, CL. Nucei, M. 1Vengler, R. Sennell. Row 3: A. Kowalski, C. Christensen, F. Derkiewicz, B, NICALl2lI1l, B. llartung, C. Druss. Row-1: Al. jordal, R. Aledlick, I.. liver- etl, D. XVillenherg, O. Stexnlmcl, 13. Majewski, M. Kuschill. Row5: D. Dalman, Miss Kinclernian, M. Holland, BI. Frontzak, Milzit, D. Simon, L. Coulter. U4'll.OI'.S' Room 313 Rowlz II. BIl'Nf1lI1iS, R. lzlchziria, Zicl. P. 11'ood, P. lkucznrclla, L. NI2l1'Zigl1llllO. R0w2: il. Victor, S. Zuluskzl. J. Var- villc. N. 1'Vatson, D. Xvzlrclzalu, C. Invinclli. Row3: I.. 11'ilson, R. Tcsclmcr, G. Xango, M. XVIMSIUII, F. Zuk. ROW4: XV. Zukcr, A. XVinlcrfcld, RI. XVcisL:, R. XVebc1', -I. Sloan. R0w5: R. Mzlttes, H. rluhlllllkil, H. Zwicrzyna, R. Dcvzuma, M. XVicbc. V. Zapalkzx. Room 314 Rowlz Bozm, P. l'x1lllD2ll1'1Ck, E. Dclzlhunty, A. VIQZIIOIIC, -I. An- derson, M. Ke-Has, A. Schadegg. Row2: C. Kmcr. D. Jensen. Mr. Havli- Cek, XY. Jurck, D. Iirucger, Nornmun. CI. Arcoli. RQW3: XV. Hauser, KI. Dunn. R. Mah lco, QI. Males, G. Moscid, N. Lund. R. Bronizlrczyk, ll. XVCSZI. Row4: A. Lchrecllt. IB. Domkc, D. Lusc. C. Nelson, B. Lockhart, B. julmsou, G. Duclmcr, G. Nfciscr. Room 315 Row 1: C. Dclgudo, E. Benson, F. Pa- risi, B. Kline, G. Suhi, IE. Bzihns. Row2: P. Yarcthetto, N. Sctlmclker, K. Crlylmwski, R. BIISZI, M. Mut- thcs, N. Loetz. ROWS: M. Bond, R. Ncymzuok, M. Bcfkcr. Ii. Bilzinsky, M. Huil- 111311, B. Shea. Milacek. AI. CCSZIYOHC, R. D C1'2lIlC, ll. All1CiS- RUW4: R. fmllfgilllh, . R. maicr. Row5: B. Mallhcws, R. Lumllucrg Ouartctli, D. Kurowski, Bauer. lfross, Page 38 1 ge 39 Roo Row Row 2 Row 3: Row-1: Row 52 l,M'llO4'S m 351 l: J. Sziklak, N. Giuliani, S. Cer mano, PI. Vogl, J. XVcsterberg C. Allmerti, B. Vander Hayden J. Larsen. : B. Slifer, L. Mule, S. Calandra, J. Zahn, R. Lucia, L. Ol son, D. NVedin, S. Lomax. B. Peterson, M. Anderson, J. Bottony, R. Feddern, B. Ma- jeski, J. MaCI.e11n, J. Lindquist. C. XVziles, T. Shullzi, K. Krelch- mar, N. Stevens, D. Meyers, R. Kzmlback. M. Lis, L. Adams, D. King. D. Rotondo, J. Davidson, O. Slcz- nick, Ii. Feldmann, A. Cncka. Room 352 Rox l: B. Jensen, B. Mu' dc Ju 1, R. Fed- rn, S. Miller D C , . yary, Ii. Santogrossi. Row 22 N. Ol won J B . , Q. ottony -X Coron' 7 .l- Row i ' ' .1, I. Engesser, J. Braun, Trcskett. ' "1 ik l' .l. H. I.: ', B. eterson, M Anders .I Row 4' I B OS . von, C. Class, T. Holmi X. ' Stoukicht. ulloek. R. l.iX'igne, in N1 N L. J .l , . . i'Ic'Cnlcheon, J. Cri- lt " ' Ylll, B. Fieeman. Row T' 111311. Room 353 Ron' 2 Row 33 Row -li Row 5: Row l: L. Illlll 'ini S w. J. Xl ll o nrn, C. .troschein D Possel l " 1. R. Cmxldwell, A. llolll tak, B. Decker, I.. Cri stzintiello, J. Seyer, D. Matu- siak, B. '- ' Jensen, M. Eudeikis : F. lingesser. J. 1Vz1n ' ' K g, C.. Jen- sen, D. Morlis, D. Andersen, Fullbz .l ' A " ' Olsen, IC iei, A. Sfivamo. J. Romasliko, CL. M ' eri ill, S. Siwzik. V. Hondek, J. Beckman. D. H ' ' oikzi, F. Colucicco, lnllin, D. Mei-kll ' L, J. Lnllo. JV. fi2lll01S, P. Szirlund, R. Smith, K. Arneson. C. XVilk, D. Driscoll, B. Dixon, A. Corona. UI'Ll.OI'S Room 354 Row l: R. Alherti. li. Capulo, D. Ban- kowski, B. Gibson, C. Kawai, R. Dc Sami. Row2: B. Sehoch, C. Mcflomb, B. Rogers, N. Nebergall, F. NWI- liznns, J. Fallbuclier. ROWS: lf. Rzlwsh, G. Rehfcld, J. Lar- son, J. Craig, A. Schlorke, R. Schultz, F. Mzizzio. R0w4: J. Summers, R. Kosinski, G. lN'z1Ish, J. Leineweber, S. Geo- glzinizm, li. lfriedheiin, B. Pcnley. Room 355 Rowlz C. Getty, S. Isaacson, ll. Her- mann, S. Frieclrick, J. Benel- venga, E. Evangelist. Row 2: N. Piser, li. Daly, A. Hauglansl, J. Thonisen, L, Breithaupt, J. Khirney. Rowflz A. Clurrao, li. Scliuniert, L. Czlrzisi, P. Frost, Cl. Moorhouse, Cl. Goocl, C. NCllIJ2lllCl'. Row4: K. Karnak, Cl. Hillslroxn, li. Miller, E. Kumner, J. lXlllSC2ll'l, A Rickert. isnicwski. R. Row 5' ll Kopp, R, XX ' ' R. IJIIIJYZIVZI, M A ' lkiencl lei, brovin. Kafka, P. Dll Room 356 Row 1: G. lficri, J. Garguilo. G. Rou- schalk, N. Burgell, R. Boc- chieri, C. Vitucei. Row 2: B. Price, A. Suvziiano, M. Var- lzilieclian, R, Blum, I". Reid, I.. Kovanda, D. Reed. Row 3: I.. Kowal, A. Skack. Nl. lfiorilo, K. Krelschmar, R, BllChl6l', R. Neufcldt, H. May. Row4: M. Neuendorf, M. Gzn'z0nelLi D. Spill, A. Cocchi, G. NOIIIS, CI. Good, R. Ayesse. f M. P Page 40 cgfae gxbeczlzae was Qroved H Success 06004, !OOA, !Ol7gl'I'I,g CSHQIIIQO I'S v C80fOI'Q LQOUI' VQIZQ QQQS, cap, CI gown, alzpfonm too, yOLlI'fOlll' gear Jreanz at lClSf come lrue Page 41 eniors Room Row I 2 Row 2: Row 3: Row -I Row 4OI Williams, I. Mc- 'l. Clrippc, D. Q Curry, J. Inlrcpcdi, Burton, QI. Hansen. H. Dassnw. NI. Paloizin. NI. Iiulms, D. Olmlhzim, Ii. Santo- grossi, T. I'cn'zm. D. Linclahl, M. Bunlacz, Miss Roy, A. 'I'ownscml, D. Clon- villc, R. jurwick, C. Clzxspcrs. : A. Critlenilcn, A. Slcskzil, R. Wisncwski, Il. Smith, R. May. 5: K. Zubeck, R. Cyricr, -I. Rumi- ' ' 'fcly H. IIJCILE, II. cone, A. Selma ' Schaclen. Kircliharcll, C.. Room 402 Rowlz B. Borlli. NI. Bogy, ll. Sionis, M. If1a1'clc1', li. Sclwfcrmxckcr, Cl. limmlik. Rowilz A. -lziblmiski, M. Slrzlplm, Ii. Cuputo, A. Di1I'i'cc, D. Ufcr, A. Ii ich 0 rn. Rowfli ll. fzulworny, R. I:l'IllIi. R. Oli- luncl, K. Brym, L. Kcmlcll. Rowli I. Ilohl, N. 'I'licilgz1zu'cl, NI. BIRICIQIIIOYC, D. Kcmrcil, IC. Lclmiaim, R. hlzniasicwicz. Room 403 A. Doyle, S. lNIm'1'ison, G. Klclli, ' D. Fernbzlck, C. Row I : B. Shanslxc, Zzlkoff. Row2: I. Ccccliin, A. Chall, S. Rush, I.. Burns, NI. Wolll, A. 'lin'- pmian. ' ' M. Peterson, A. Row El: A. Ducklloiii, Moc, B. Jzilms, P. Vcspci. J. Simmons. Home R. Allan, Row fl: C. Johnson, QI. I' , IC. Spletzcr, D. Gillespie. Row 5. Al. BC1'3l'l,,I. Clrahain, B. Iiyllillll 'I' Fiducci, C. Jaworski, Rimmich. Page 42 Page -13 Q4'll.O4'S Room 404 Row l: D. U'illi:in ' ' ' us. I. lxlllllil, M. Tri nnfol, M. Clcndlw X , ..1, P. Hart, BI. 42lll2lCC. Row2: R. 'llll0lIlZlS, P. Conroy, C. Mufzynski, M. Lzinglois, E. Fischer. N. Collcllo. Ruwfl: M. Hobbs, A. MOC, C. Lau'- nick, AI. Donnom, R. Lada, N. liminan, S. Conpland, F. Plum- mer. Row-1: B. 'l'z1ncl1ci', Al. Naccarato, E. Licskc. R. Knippel, P. Allen, D. Lindulil. Room 405 Row I: M. Rinaldi, P. Aland, S. Kahr, B. I,CH'2lllIl0WSlil, YV. Gaw, D. Corcorzln. Rmviz B. Israel. A. Ivusku. D. Blaine, B. l'nllor:1k, P. Kchart, N. Cridcr. Rowflz H. Rolos:-ik, A. Naclibar, D. Lindcnsclnnidl, P. Carey. K. Lowmzm, II. fillllllllllll. Row-li P. Novak, CL. Pindcrski, R. svllilflll, T. lllzisynski, YV. YVil- son. Ruw5: DcH1n'n , li. B21lTlCl', R. BOCRIIIQLII, N. Cirznliarosszl. G. Brink. S. Rollo. Room 406 Row l: C. Kziruw, D. Canadco. II. XValtcr, IS. Heck, L. Lichtcr. D. xlZllClllllS. Row2: M. Angilcri. li. Pn'anci', P. Rosgo. CI. Mews. A. Lansing. K. XV0llcr. R. Arabia. Ruwflz B. Chclhcr' g,, R. Bakalich, R lipifzino, li. Fwcrl D. H ' , II. SY2'll!lCkl 0llllQl'Cll R Rowl: A , . Gicsc. II. Janis, P. Kraft, li. XVolll', R. Holmgren, A. Kuzcluh, H, Mcflnlly, S. Sansone, D. Kis- sane. eniors Room 407 Lal'iana, G. Rowl: D. Semerau, M. Pella, G. Szymczyk, C. Breen, M. Esposito. Row 2: C. Heine, M. Faust, M. Janiak, B. Caron, M. Juszko, C. Scar- pelli. Row 3: H. Neuhouse, B. Becker, N. Larson, A. Kramer, A. Mlork- man, C. Ciolkowski, B. Berry. Row 4: J. Hansen, R. Borris, S. Bialek, E. Parker, T. Donato, R. Kot- iila, E. Scalzitti. Row5: N. Savovich, L. Hedges, M. Parlopino, G. Puttkover, K. Kimmich, S. Rush, J. Hughes. Room 408 Rowl: J. Hale, C. LeFevrc, C. Clau- sen, J. DiDomcnico, C. Kra- kowski, M. Fcrrante, L. Car- tucci. Row2: R. Roen, R. Fascia. M. Baci- kowski, J. Clinton, M. Jacob- sen, S. Ayeski, C. Crandall. Row 3: P. Zakrzewski, D. Meyers, E. Romadaka, G. Hillis, A. Al- win, P. Ewald, B. Anderson, L. Susala. Row 4: R. Johnson, R. Clalch, G. Con- 'nk, H. Dallianis, line, R. Ri G. Romme, D. Stupka. 5: J. Rcusson, K. Xviegand, G. ' Reindl, G. Still, R An Row Nadig, R. Folena, D. Possehl, J. derson. Room 409 Regan G. Fischer, B. Fair- L. Anderson Row l: J. , banks, Koetke, B. Ironima. Row 2: T. Ruggero, D. Graumann, R. " ro, M. Mortensen, E. ' . Fer- Mauna Cook, Piekarski, J nandes. S Arthofer, J. Cascio to, T. Row3: D. Bejda, . W. Kellogg, M. D'Argen C. Knudson. Hookanson, ohnson, R. Hansen, H. R. Gibson w 4' B. J D Blazek, Ro , Hacker, . R. Schmidt, E. Guttman. decke, WVickenkan1p, M. Ord, Row5: R. Bren F. Jiran, XV. Larocca, J. Lippl. Page 44 l 1gc"l5 Q4'Ll'Ol'.S' Room 410 Row l : J. De Mco, A. Esposito, Hagen C E , .. Braun, J B ' 5. Kasallis. . Janus, A. Kengott. Row2: S. Hleleh, J. Billingsley, G. Michalek, E. Eineke, B. Briney, M. Buschek, R. Reitlenback, M. Spillane. Row 3: J. Callie, B. Ziegler, Y. Plucke- haum, B. Heath, S. Schulze, D. Hallinan, J. Healy, C. Dautel. Row-lf ' Row 5: C.. French, J. Kreeker, F. Munao, T. Snietlers, F. Bel- caster, R. Anercli. D, Bobula. C. Lake, G. Lorenz Mrs. lfausel D . , .I.ackowski, Di Horst. Room 411 Rowlz R. Stojek, P. Rothschiller, C. Klhellin, C. Bultinek, Thorne, P. tiildarski. Row2: A. Avisehious, D. Krezel, Voss, J. Johnson, C. Gibson, l'. Brand. Row3: J. Ducla, M. Gebhart, M. Bu- caro, R. Adams, J. Bartels, J. Ring. Rowel: D. Daniels, D. Bernacchi, H. Lien, R. Skleney, G. Swanson, S. Struve. Row 5: G. Sandell, N. Hofl, A. Nelson, J. Hainmang, C. Disney, D. Rannals. Room 412 Row l: J. Ostrowski, Martens, YV. Seidel, J. Brown, D. Petzke, li. Stalnos. Row2: l'. Waters, J. Christensen, B. Boyle, D. Dunham, L. Oller, A. Crittenden, J. Saklak. Row Ei: P. Pliinnner, D. Hellweg, M. Martin, N. Hampe, lf. 1Vinski, D. Pumilia. Row 4: R. Cerniglia, D. Schirmer, R DiLe0nardi, R. S elk Wolk - ' p a, wvi Ly, S. Gellert. QI'Ll.O4'S Room 413 Room Row I: Row 2: Row fi: Row PI: Row 5: Room Row I: Row 2: Row 3: Row 41: N. Trojznl. X. .'Xlln'ecl1l. S. Cllzirkc, I. Alexander. I. 'I'lmi'sen, R.AykHQ A ' I.. RifI', I. Milano, D. l'1I'Cg'1I, G. Dcniclrion, D. Kennedy A. Lewin. R. Tcdcsco. IS. Schmitt, I. Iahnkc, A. I-Izinscn, D. Arvidson, CZ. Fichnizin, I. Mziclirinnnon. S. Siavlis, Cl. I'zn'rott, II. Tcikamp, D. Iohnscn, R. IVhitc, C.. Deztring. Cl. Pricc, R. Donato, I. .XllobeII, I-X, l'ct201'zi, R, Kern, D Iidwards, I. Gucrizi. 5 453 Row I: Row 2: Row 31 Row 4: Room , , Row I: A A. IX'IOI1l'2llIlllll. .-Xilnltcr, N, Ki'i1L'gLtl', NI. Cohr, R. Hull- 1 man, Anlonson. O I. Reid, I.. Pnszan, I.. Icler, N. rI'IIUIll1lS, I. Sttlmrfe, R. Rim hz PMomn. R Il. XVIIIIZIIIISUII, C. Hllskic, R. Clzising, Sobcski, A. Smith. R0wfi1 B. Ifigtlm. R. Deflnslinc, Cl. Fcnt-ry, XY. Kozlcng I. XVCZCIIIIIII, I. Bar- Rnw-1: clay, I. Ihrig, R. ScInnnz1t'Iic1'. Page 46 451 I". .-Xndrizino, P. Inv, K. Scliacilirr, H. CLZIYIJCY, B. Shaffer. I. IlIgl'ISllll0, II. I'r:1vcla, I. C2lIl2lg'Il'0I1C I. VIVIIOIIIPSOII F iH0l'IIIllIg, L. Addzilizi. I. 'I'1ivIcn', I. Crcztgh, CL. KIIILISll'2lIIfI, R. Mudock, G. Andct' iSon, R. Griswold. C. Rchfcldt, D. Dzililkc, Mr. Swcig, G. Mnlyku, S. Docrnvr C. IX'IOIDl'l'g, R. l'ciskt'l'. 454 . Cnfnipkc, I. Mclzin, R, Grow, F. Smith, C. Clazowski l. Niztjcski. I. Iiolcndcr, B. Olmn, N, Delnick, Ii, Kourakis, l'. Schnilcr A. Hicisling. Costc, I. Burdick, CI. licrndt. R. Clurlsoil, I. Carlin. P. Brctlncr. Miss Lzindrigan, D VIVYIIIRLIIIS, R. Bnssc. C. Porto. 15. Simon. E. Zirmw, I. NfI2lCI'w2ll'I2lIIC, E. liigciihanseig C QI'll.O4'S Room 455 Rowl: A. SIIIUIIICIQ, M. Nnlzl. Hcycr, N, Ihillgc, I. Deja, I3 Miuthcll. Row2: QI. Wmnloy, CQ. IQVZIIIS, Il. I':u'Iis, I.. Ilcmiuwuy, il. Iiricson , , I. Ixrslifll. Rowfi: B. North, Ii. .AllrIc1's0n, G. .AIIglISIylI, C. I'cllum1ll0, D Domkc. A. I'iecIisc11I1i. Rmvli Ii. Clmulzll. l'. Scmmlu. I.. Lung, II. Xt'IS'IIlIIlNI'. nl. I5i'I'II2Il'III Room 457 Rowlz NI, NIm'z1mIo, IJ. Ilnlxorscn, ll. 'I'z15Io1', NI. Climino, If XVIIIIUJIIIIJ HSGQ. I.. Weiss. Row2: N. Clmry, NI, 'lkmm-lids, ll. I'1n'lcl',AI. lklackmzm, IE. Kzmaby JAIIJIECIII. Ruwf5: A. Ilruy, II. I.ocig1m, I.. I52lI'IIl0I0lII1IC, NI. Gcnlllc, I'. Min crm. NI, Mueller. Rmx-1: C. Clulhmzm. R. Slcinbcfk, ll. Cimlllcr. I., CiuyutlC, R I.m'cl1l. R. IPZIIIISCII, l'. Sugcs, Page '17 Room 456 Rem' l: IJ. Hhllc-ns, II. I-Ijcrlslccll. IZ. Tlumnzxs, D. Cllrislopllcr, M Voglilsch. CL. Fischer. RUWQ: NI. RIIIIICVOIV, II. XYllilc', A. Kasl, C. Cox. P. Rillmcycr, S Swanson, NI. .Almusscy QISIQ. Row fi: ll. KIlI'M?I', II, IIZIFCS, A. Rizzo, C. I-Icinc-mam, M. IIOVIIIQIII, M NIm'1'ison. S, I5I'2I.IlIIUII. Run' I: S. I':l1'kvr, li. I.IL'IIIICl', Orlzmclo. Ii. Ruguwicz. R. I.c V011 I.. Spalycr. II, NIRIYIUII, If. Szlmlri. Room 458 Ruw I: V. AVL-llgcr, EI. Yelton. -I. fXIfD0nm-Il, CZ. Ilatiicld, A. Pclli value. Row2: M. I.cIJuct, K. ScI11'ciImc1', M. RKIIIZIII, Ii. Iforsl, D. I.iby. RUWIS: xl. IVlxccIcr. li. YVu1'mIrun1, C. Bcycr. R. fI21l'g2lIIO, II. Har rigizm. Row -I: I lx 'cum-clx, NI. IJZIIIUIIU. Y. CLIIKIYCIIO, B. Sulln-rs, D Ucbclm-. ' Cgdantasy Roses - If 1 rom 1951 lic?z1uLil'ul"gals",I1l11sl1z111cIso111c"l'cllz1s", I1lusLl1c111i11y, but lllll'Ol'gCtIlllDlC cvC11i11g' ol' 111116 Ii1'sL, equals IIIC l'1llIll2i5X' c1l' I105CSfIlll1i01' l'1'm11 ol' 1951-7- 1 . 1 . 111211 clec'o1'z1Lccl gym, the ever llilplllill' XVisl1i11g XVQII, the 5111c1oLl1 1'l1yLl1111 ui I'SCllc1c"s fJl'C'l1CSLl'2l, LIIC f11'2lllll NI:11'1'l1, our kind ZldYiSOl'S, NIM. Cgfflllllll :1111l Miss IJCigllllll, all COIIIC 11:14-I4 lo 11511521 lJC2lllLilvll1dl'C2llll. 51 3 si' 1, , 3 g ff,.gf':fzw Q: XY- Q i Q M- wg E ,ar . if v if c - 7 A1'f' 5' 'N B ' , Q '53 4 X .kd 6 1 if Y' W iwgn 'aaa f wif Q ' ' iw tqrt Cbepartment Upper left: Proud poster winners conipare their awards. Center left: Making poppies lor Menioriztl Day decorations l'ell to the Art Depztrtinent. Lower lrfl: Participztnts in the poster Con' test talk things over. Large jfinlllrc: Sketching class enjoys trying their ellorts on ll real live ball- lerinzt :ts 21 model. I.0zt'1'r right: Outdoor scenes lure the Art students to the beznutilul cznnpns for inspiration. an ge 5 55 1:0 . lildtilif nee... iliill0'l ,vflaun .,, 3.4. iff.. Q--4 .pn '. vs, ,, ..- vi. caan ,sa . tn.: 1 o + .,.,uocon.c '.'. if av' xnoosae 'R .vagbfoo f Jvc: X41 1' :guy sn me no J li, kgs, nv .. ,-,.,z'.X - ?.'."A A nm.- :off ..,,... van ' 'hw an ' ' " 'fast' up, f ' ' -4, . . ' ml .- uiff' F. was 's-, f Y aw., mm V C5 H nc' ,- fi , Q! Q Em 5,59 5? P ' E ' W' an ,M k'lW+.t,q T3'k'f"f 4. ,fu N 1 WN ak' M32 4 gf, .,- 'S' fm Q M425 L ky www X IRT' Q. gs 'S f , Q fgiix' 3, bw in swf gf, . F' EEF? 2: wwf MY' .rw giiifmi ia QQQJQL dx' ommerclaf mepartment Uflposilc' l,Ilg!',' UjJjJc'1'l1'fI.' "Try it on sir," sziys tlie zillzilmlcr clerlc, "we want you szntisneclf' CUlIlllII7l'l'llll Lclw: lfjJjJc'rrfgl1I.' Stnclenls lezirn rights ol' buyers zmcl sellers in tlle eyes ol' the lzuv. Iinrzlcnig: Cer1Ic'r.' 'linking zi glimpse ol lile in ll bzmlc proves very inter- esting to connnerctizil pupils. Tl'fl7'I'lI-I1g'.' Lozuwr lc'f1': Members ol sziles classes are repezlteclly instructecl in tlie iniportzmce ol' courteous attention to each traveler. Srclzaw Uj1pe1'rigl1l.' "Know your product tliorouglily lxelore you try selling it to 0lllCI'S,H says the tezrclier. 1 csclc il Lozucz if 1 sn ue c on t lmxe tlmt bu me c o cc tlns, ulnch ue recommend lxememliei liienclly clerks m cke the s iles Ty Jznff fnrlr lxnou mg lion to type is in accomplishment th it comes in l1clIlllX m mx times. 0A'f'f'I1fI1i'.' I.r1i'y'f' 1"t11r': " e .' ess worc '. lun lor lac '- keepers. This loolcs like ll goocl crop coming up. t spa "Mfrs .. B Hkzzyc W qvyy 5 . ,V,. in V :HG H: r""'N-.. ngfzislz mepczrtment Imrgff center pfrlzzre: Advanced English classes discuss pieces ol: literature, some- times in connnittee, other tinles in class groups. I,o1ue1' left: lfundanientals in Dl'1illlklIlC'S are ollered to anyone who leels an urge to act. Everyone is required to appear in sonic role. Upper right: Hie yoursell' to a corner, lriends, and prepare for tliose mining hook reports. I.owe'r riglzl: Samples ol creative writing are placed un the board to examine for good topict sentences. 'nw Page 54 I ,gpffgf-ifiT5l?' ' ,f yfiaz f .:,., f K wk-,M if f J f"'ffV?f M A . 1 3pg,1fpQ?i,Q A, ,1 Q2 :gSQ,f"!,QfXP'5iffi135' N 2 Tfilaicfu 5' ffl +20 .l PLN AMSRFCKN DIY Aprziil .FV 1 anguaiqe epartment lafin: llj1j1m'lr'fl."I'Imc Plcclgc Lo Lllct l'1I2lg'iS1l Imzlrl of thc clzlily pmc'cclll1'6. I 11'11m11.'l,ozvr':'lr'jl.'C,c1'm:1nstudentslmccomc:lc'q11z11m.Ccl with frCl'lllllll svrxpt. j Il11v.Yfl.'1,0ZL'Kf2' H-g'lIf.'5Olllll .XIllCl'ilk2lIl iriemlslmilm is foslcrccl in all Sllllllibll clzis X Jril I-Illl is zllwzws C0111lIlC!ll0l'2iIffll. 1 l'z1gc'.34X cllfigfi ff fm me af' P22 :ffm B anguage epartment lfllll-fIII.' lffrjzw' r'w1l1'r.' Stories rczul in class give pupils gliulpscw into Ilslliam 11c3z1s:u1L lil'c. 1"rr'111'fl.' ZTPIJVJ' rfglil: 'I lm I 1611111 In llllfl I1 rs Ill :cle Ill IIIX llllm lu I 1 :mc 1 1 2 -'z 1 ' 1 I KTLIHIIILIS lllhllglll buck first llzmcl illlkUl'IIl2lli0ll zalmoul, I'xl't'lli'll KIZIIIVCS :xml clrcss. Pol1'.s'l1.' ffl-TI'lK'.' l,l'Ol1lIHl'l'lllOll I5 lllllJl'OYClI In flffllliflll usc ol x'ccm'ds II! Polxwll Imlznyccl before the class. I'ug1' .37 2 Q Aw x K.. K L, M., U Few ,4 4 , .WL ,M 0 , .sz 1.3 as ,NMFA X uf atlzematzcs epartment Pre Ifliglzl: Large iJI.I'l1lT6.' Boys especially are interested in this Course. Steinmetz is one of the few schools in Chicago who offer it. G1'llf7flS.' Lower Iefl: Making graphs and learn- ing to read them is always interesting to Mathematics classes. lt requires accuracy and Concetration. 7lTjgOIl!2IlIHfl'3'.' Upper right: The higher you go in Mathematics, the greater becomes the challenge to your thinking apparatus. Trigoa nometry is 11 brain buster. Geom1fl1'y.' Circle pirZ1,w'e: Bisecting, trisect- ing and proving theorems are only a few tasks of Geometry pupils. Page 58 'lk i S' we 'N ..,.. . -.,-.-- W it I Y' W s 'Nu Off My J if gtg' 74 ,, iQ,f7M559?a 5 fy' XQPHVQQ 7755 Q 51 579 ?j'f'fX Q 539' :Q F sfwfqw. gif? I AE A ,J 1 x 1 ' M .. .V wmwmm mawww .-QAASW, M..x--va--i--...,,g.,,,.,n,.-M....,,.,.wvwu.p.,1m.., A ,MW . 'E' x,-xxx 1' f X f RFRJCA5 A555213 liiifi ii? WEEE EG GTM 5152.-f W 3 Q octal' egitucfzies epartment l . . IJ1I'fll7'l',X on UlIl11M'Il1' fmgr: Circizlrlr fI1i!'l'IITI?.' History Class reviews incidents ol' NVorld X'Vars l 234 ll leaturing , headlines and military equipment. l l'jJj11'r right: To stiinulate interest, a Social Studies class draniatifes a session in Congress. The house in the center was planned and niade hy one ol' the Social Studies students. "How to Live a Happy Home l,ii'e in Your Connnunity" is one of the units studied. Three hus loads ol' students toured the Puhlic Housing Project district in Chicago. Some parents, a teacher and representatives lroin the Housing Project accom- panied the group. M924 .Q EIT E Page132 ec mica -- tgncfustrla! tjzfts epartments Upper rfghl: Honielmuilcling is :ill the rzlge. 'l'ec'linieal classes offer first class lessons in it. I,ozvrfr lrfflf Planning is ll very important part ol' huilcling, 'l'his boy is hent on making his plan an lll'i'lll'2llC one. I.ozuer rfglll: Beginners in lXlecl1zn1ic'z1l Drawing :ire being instructed in making 2lllXlll2ll'y views. lst pfrtzirr' l1f'lrm'.' 'Wootlshop pupil is shown here staining 11 set of shelves he hzis just finished. illiclfllf' 111-l'fIlVc".' XVorkers hncl wanting puts on ll nice finish :incl this cliup is ruhhing it in. Q Las! fJlI'lI1lY'.' 'l'he two eager heuvers that you see here :ire turning an piece ol steel on ai lzuhe in one ol the shops. XP, J, yi' Q "E2,y,f . YJ., ....,-M Page 63 lgn' IH Min ting an WKZQC CZIMCCZ TGWIDHQ l'j1jm1' riglll: The Gorclon press is on display, It helps young primers on their way. Pl'Ug'l'illll5, Lzmly slips, :xml bids, ,Xie mllcnl out weekly lm' the kicls. I,UIl'I'I' l1'fl.' XX clrzlltsman h6'll he, X'ViLh ctcmlpass and SQLIZITC, His houses will liC2lIlll'6 Designs that are rzlrc. K ouselzollcf igrts epartment X I'f1jn'r lrfl: l,1m'r'r rilgllli , Nlmia-rn llIiXL'l'N mix lhe IHIllCl', Wuiiles :Irv ll f'1lXUI'ilL' dixh. Hl'llIlll new mem f2liIlIlkCS shutter. Mixing them is fllll, l,2lyCI'S are ll golden IJITHVII, Cooking' lsxwies make il luxlch ll Wtlllyl he hzxrrl lo le! them down. The like of whifh is hzircl In lll2llK'h. lfjapw' riglll: l,rm'r'1' lvjl: I.:ly il cm the pslllem right, XYIICII the dish is hnisherl, Clul il as il Suu, 'l'he HIUIQS must try it ilrsi, liusle il, 1Hlll'k il, do your best, Amum! the lable set so neul. 'lhcn let the "Sing'e1"' hum the rest. Waffle IIIIIRUIRS luke their Seilli. l,nr1'w' Cf'!Ifl'I'f lfill the icing' gzlrlgels, Squeeze them here um! there, XVl'ile the name ul' some one .Xml vm1'll he his Izulv fzxir. l':1gc-G3 enem! CSDCl.Q4flCQ :apartment Imlrge jJiz'i'111'e.' A Class i11 CLCIICFZII Science is looking 111 ll lilm strip 011 6l6cit1'iciLy. C1f1'c'l1f pir'i'111'6.' A11 iI1lCI'CSliIlg study i11 C0111mu11iCz11io11s is lacing c:z1r1'i6d 011 in this class. Lower Tight: Do you know what produces sou11dPYo11 will, 1111616 you b6co1116 21 11161111161 of this class. hmm-W. Botany epartment ljijtwr lwfl: rue tu ure, olr reptile deztr, vou l'1u not ztlrztid, f ld like to study you up close, d lmust my Suit-ut'e grade. I.rm'r'r lvfl: 'l'lrere's 11 little luny luuuster, Sitting iu at urge, Who gets more zttteutitm vllllllll the printed page. l.tm'e'2' rfglll: Let's study at llower lt's depths we'll explore, So uululd your petztls So we vnu see runre. In ll gt' mm.. .,.,.,: M , ,, W' Ewflfmfm 1. F ww we , I 2 gf' gm f 5 4 n .aww wwf cience epartment 'I'l1e upper picture to the left is ll 10111111011 sight ill the Physics L21lJOI'2ilOl'y. Girls as well :is boys enjoy the experiment f'Distillz1tion of Air." LozuerI1'fl.' Nlezxsuring the CX1J2lllSlOI1 ol l1e:1t is tl1e CXIJCl'illl6I1KgOlllg on in this view. I'1'1'1'11n' In'lr1z11: NIZlIllClll2llll'S has :1 close relzltionshili with Scie11ce. Here is il clziss i11 ,Xlgehru listening to :ln explzination ol' the assign- 111ent of the clay. Page 69 ayre prouts The Sayer Branch which is located on Sayre Avenue and Cortland Street, is about two miles from the Main Building. It takes care of the overllow of membership from Steinmetz. There are about two hundred pupils there, and each semester about thirty of these move over to the Main Building. Mr. X'Valter Beck is the teacher in charge ol the Branch. l Ol Top IIfC'fI1Vl'.' Rowlz B. Spencer, L, Guerra, L. Boam, A. Maniscalco, R. Agnello. Row2: R. Zlomke, K. Larsen, D. Dunkcrley, II. YVeir, C. Nehlsen. Row3: II. Ghilartlncci, D. Parent, I.. Hainbecker, QDir. tcacherj, M. Martin, A. Zimmermann. Row4: R. llarlolo, R. Bjornson, A. Deligio, A. Altobelli, Gardner. Row5: R. Cozak, R. Donner, J. Mlynski, D. Kullas, B. Adam- owski. 102 Center jiicttnfx' Row 1: KI. De Leo. If. Lindeman, W. Glassner, M. Bonclionville, lf. Larocca. Row21 D. 'l'homas, C. Battiata, C. Stevens, L. McGue, M. Baker. Row3: N. Telkamp, -I. Schultz, Miss Mcligue, I. Mciulelson. M. Jawor. ROW4: P. Katsigiannis, P. Bond, CI. Holman, M. lNI2llZlIC2lYllllO, Row 5: D. Ahlstrom. A. Evans, C. Neville, N. Roselli, D. Galante. -as 103 Bottom jvirlurc: Rowlz G. Anderson, I-1. Bleclunan. IB. Maniscalco, U. Larsen D. Carlson. Row2: D. Zanta, Al. De Leo, J. Naylor, N. Dugan, AI. .Xnderson. Row3: N. Kalusa, P. Huffman, Mrs. Uilligan, C. Bay, D. Engel- hardt. Row4: I.. Smith, Al. Kohlhaas, li. I.iby. R. Gale, ij. l'ellicanc. Row 5: R. lllinter, 15. Aiello, B. Libuszowski, D. King, J. Aiello. Page 70 , 3 .. a WQ!! 589 QQMQQ 8471, A H- I57 Row Row 'Y Row TI Row Row Row 202 Row Row " Row Ron Row Row I'f1jn'7' Nfl: I. N. tiosszigc. W. fQz1rcI11c1'. I". ilufzi. lf. Krug. C. NIC.-M111-y. I.. I3m1igLr1'. l'. XIIJQIIIO. I.2lWlkL'lll, ll. Cllalrk, X. Slikkc-rw. 1 ll X I1 lsr I Cl. I.CX2lCl'2ll2L'. I. Buyer. NIH. IC. S1 I'L'llNL' . . "1 " I'L'Il'IxUIl. CZ. NIm1zu'0. R. I.cI1l'. R. Ilzlxw, R. Nlillvr. I.. I.uIxmzm. I. Xllzm. KI. Rzuv, I., IUIIIISIUII, IJ. Illwkvr, Cl. Ilzlhir. Ill. IIoIImzm, CI. Slzxngfr, IC. flzxrguilu. E rm'1'1' lffff if. Hiller. C., Niurkcwc. NI. Ilmnul. NI. I3l'ISK2Ul'. Y. llmcilm. 2 If.. INCYSIIII. Il. SIlIlIgIIIL'I'. II. NIlIl'IIl'l'. N. Ili fnIOI2l. L Miller. : A. Uigznmlv. I. Wilfonl, Mm. IIIYIIIIY. KI. IIl'lKICIl0I'll, A Rusin. I. Ixzllmlllrc'-. I.. Iloflmzmn, la. I'0Ixclm'm, D. Ycltrm. L Smlmwzulz. I.. Kvyes. D. I.inc. N. SIILTIIIQCII. II. C-Quik. BOWI. R. CUIIIPCIIILI. lj. Hill. Q ' 201 Row Row " Row Row Row Row 251 Row R ow Row R 1 ww Rr nv I I . jrlfrr VIQIIIJ D. Clmclll. INI. I.umI, Ia. RIZICCIQ, Cl. XYIIIIS. C. Ricci. R. Szmturi. XYI1cclv1'. If. ,I'z1lcl'ic'c1. R. I.11c'l:lk. R XX'u'1'v11. R Ifllmlcrsml. Cf. f.OIllIJIUll, R. CIIIIIHIIU. R. SYZIIIICIQ Xmlcrson. II. II1:fl4c1', XY. IgI'l'IlIIUl'Ix, CI. llc Ilslrlo. IJ. I'z1IIi11. Ml. IIQIIIIISFIIII, S. Nifmizx, Il. SIIIIUIISUII. G. IlIISIIK'I' R Xlillcr. R. KIIIIIII. il. ll. on ID. R. .x. .IA R. Iimsillwki. I. R1'zlxi11ski. I11lcl'1Im1:ltu. R. I4 Kulscth. 'fl' flfflll' Iirclflnfl, R. Szlxiuo, IC. Iiuzxm. II. lic-nm-dy. XX'iIkic. CI. Knlsizlkus. CQ. ILQIIICC. lIm':1Q. Berg. NIV. C-oluh. I'. XYic-sl. D. Kcru. XIIZIIIIS, II. .XIllICI'SOI1. R. Skipton, A. Cust. 'xlILIK'I'Sl'lI, Ib. Ricglvr. Ii. xl0IIllSKlll, R. KUIIIJII. gditoriaf gclzoes merge rom ayre ll" you wish to know what goes on at the Branch, buy the li.-XRK, a periodical, supervised hy Nlrs. Gilli- Uan and issued several times at t 7 semester. The Branch a'so has a staff working in eonjuncttion with the SLClIllllCll Starg this stall con- ducts a news exchange lmetween the two schools. The Star has a Ctlllllllll devoted to happenings at the lirancth, and in this way students lrom the Sayre Branrh do not lose Contact with their friends who have joined the Big School. T011 jzirlztrrz- Directors: xl. Wltecler. Clo- Iirlitorg R. Saxino. liditor: Mrs. Milligan. Su pert isor. Cw1!1'r jnirlurv: Seated at lahlv: N. Sncdi- ker, In-Quiz-a-Tixe Column: Cl. tionlpton. Buyer of Materials: Ntilford. Hall News ttiossipj. Standing: D. liritllall. Sports tfiirlsjg R. Ruhr. Sports flioysjg Boyd. Typist: R. Cnnclerson. lkookltceperg I. XVheeler, Co-lidilorg D. Nliller. Student tlonnril Newsg H. Kennedy. Division Spot- light. l,f1zt'er'n'r1!f'1'fairlzlrr:Cl. Holman. I.. Doni- ger, B. Lihuszowski, R, Gunderson, Mrs. tlilligan, llrcdellorn, M. hlawor, De Leo. l.r1u'fr jfirlttnw R. fillIlKlL'l'SUll. CI. Comp- ton, D. Miller, CZ. YVillis, lVilford. D. Bretzlall, R. Kuhy, M. Snedikcr, H. Ken- nedy. .Xt ininlcographz -I. lVlICClCl', R. Savino. .Xt typewriter: Boyd. Page 72 Qgitudent Gounczif Cyakes Whzirf .gt ll Q vmlflk I,nr'!f' jn'rl11W.' II, IYi!l1DCI'iH, 'l'i'c:1s.. D. Ilun I.mm'r riglzl: O11 iillll I lirrim I ning Sk I Rmv l: . Xznlm, Nl. B0lll'ilflIlXiiil'. D. Rfvw2: li. Blcckllizili. N. Ciusszlgu, Cl. Rim'f'Z New illc, K. Pros. kc1'l0y.Scc'.,l1. XYiIIis. Pics. f "aloe: R. Ruin. .I , Qllzirk, XY. C,Izmici'. Ii, SIJl'Ili'C'l'. Ricri, lf. i,illIiCl1l2lll, I.. KXILIQUC. NI. Bzikvr. Hl'CIiC'l'il0l'll. XViIfm'cl I' Xlbziim. CZ. I,cululi'i'c'. D. lxulius, M. Nfzlllzirznzlllri, M. Nlzlrllll. .-X. l'il'1lSl', -I. Weir, Cl. Mt.-Xlllvy. The S'I'l'IJliN'l' CJOVNCLII. nl Llic Sayre lhmicli lim c-liclezu'u1'cfcl lo propose amd engineer vuriom :activities Im' the sluclc-nl. Imucly Imlh lor lun :mal for FCYCIIIIC raising. One ol' Lhc most unlivc :incl cmulslzimiing clubs there is the SK.X'l'lNCQ CII,l'li. ILE memlncisliip is large, :md Cach ycnll' it t'Olllilli'lSZl x'c1'ysi1c'c'essfl1l skating' llllfly lm' the Iirzmcli :md its lricmls. l':1g'C 73 lllnjnr lr!! Sculuai :il lzzblc: R Vwii. SCC.. I-1. lluzilll. Pres. D Xllllu Y.-l'l'cs.. li. SIlCliiiiL'l' 0l12lC'U.kl. lil'CliCh0l'l1 " ,. lloziln ..':11rij':L. ' ,. ', QR. ,'XIHil'l'9IlIl, D. SUIIUIISQII. CI I -Xllii X Cut XI .....u.. Xlzillzxczxxzillu. X. l,l'iig2llJ. fum: 71 lil: Uiiiwlsi X. Sncdi luis F. Bozlui., Pics., R 'l. 1... omni, SLT., D. Miller, Y. Lovely Graduates do for the school what does for any good recipeg each supplies the Sweetness that makes the task worth while. Graduation Day, the Sweetest Day of all the year! 1 1 I anuar Gass 0 49 Q - Cgjyjqcers and CSEPOHS Cmllm' Ivff: Mr. Edward Rnzicka, Clonnst-lor. L'pjwr jfifizzrw: Donald Dcmski. President, l'll112llll1Cl Rourakis. Vice President. 1.rm'1'r fJil'lll7'f'.' Linda lc-Ivr, SPCl'Cl2ll'y, lieverely Hjcrtstcdt, 'l'rez1surer. NVhen the .lzumary Class chose its ollicers, they showed good judgment. XVhere could four harder workers be lound? They will tell you, however, that the inspira- tion to do, CZUIIC lroln their CIllllllSl2lSClC' :and lriendly sponsor, Mr. Ruzitikti. Because the class nunlbered only one hundred and eighty three, Mr. Ruzicka was able to fall all by nzune, und so he cznne to know them all personally. Page 76 OI' JAMES BERNARDI 1111 LS 1 111 11 1 111111 s Ililllllllg g11111 llllllll him 111111 flllfllllq sh111t 1111s 111 1111111 11111111111 1169 1111 1l111111st11 M1 1161111112111 CAROLE BERNDT 1 11111 111168 111Il s f1111111 l1llSl 1l111s1s 1111 c11111e1's s 11 1111111 1171 11111 11l1111s g11111l111111l111 l1'1s s1e21k CHARLES BEYER 11111111 l1l11s 111 11 1111111188 11111 f111111 11111111111 l1l0111les lllff 1111 11c s IN Ll 1 111e1 is I11s1 st1 lIllLI6SIC1l i11 JESSIE BLACKMAN J 1 s 11111l1111g 11111 111111 11111111 k1e 1111 11111 fefl... Lb 1 c11111 ll L11 1 111111 11111s1 111111116 Cl M1 Ruzicku JOANNA BOLENDER 111s s 1 Ll l11CN 11 LN 11 1 11111111... L11 s g s LS 111s 11 IN 11111111111 111111 5211111111 1111111s e1l 1 H2111 llllf.1S CLA..-1. LEY BRANDON Q1 Nl l l IS 1l1111s I1 1111 1111111 lll i11 rice 1l1l1' her 1111 11111 1111 111 1llggC1S l 11s 1 11 1 1111 v 1 11111 111'ef1'1's NANCY BRINGE ll 11 11111s s11111ss JN s1111l1 1l11111es 111111 s ll 1lri1'1v1's 1k 11s1 11 s s1c11 111 11 '1llll71IlUllS 11111re11111s 1110111 211111 1 11 ' 11111 5lllClLIll C11111111l 1,1111 11111118 ,'lI1 1111111 lll 1111 -1 -1 N.I-LS. JOAN BURDICK 111 ing 1114 111131 111111 111111111 is 11l11s 111s111111 c11111i11g 111111 s1211 11111 1l11l1c1te s1111gs 111 XI11s11s llllell 11111 l111stl11 s111111s co111tei1 LILLIAN ADDALIA . . . "I,il1", 1l1e cook, picks 21 1111ok with Dick. ..ca1crs 10 steaks . . . thinks S1VC21l'lI1g is a crude h21l1it . . .likes 1111r111 tall 211111 dark . , . 1J?lI'CI1IS out- sl1i11e 2111 . . . h2111111' 1111 skates . . . GAA. JEAN AFFOLTER.,.li1tle jean, 1l1e l3011'11I1g 1111ee11, 1le1es1s street smokers . . . Roy is tl1e 11111 of 111-1' life...11ref1rrs 11121rri21ge 111 11lli1'e w111'k . ..211l111'es Miss lengler 211111 Miss 1:2111 . . . 1l111es 1111 S1ll'1lll1lS...f1.A.A. JEANNE ALBRECHT . . .".1eu11ie's" triangle 111 l111e is 112111, 11111111 111111 1121111 . . .11'ri1i11g 111 111-1' 112111 11111 is her 111111111 ...21l1l1ors the s11111l1i11g' l121l1i1...sl11-'ll he some- l1111l1"s SCCl'Bl.2ll'1' . . . lS11wli11g, 1Zl111ir, GAA. MARY ALlVlASSEY...11rett1' D12lI'1' is never CUIIIIAZIY1' when l'lll'11' t1111s lll'C 2110111111 . . . 1111e11s 1111 sleepiiig 1111ti1111s , . . scratches Cllllf' people 1111111 her list . . . cfmsiders Miss 1.2lll1lI'1g2ll1 her friend 111111 11111111 her i1l1121l...G1'ec11 C111rt21in, CAA. GUNNAR ANDERSON . ..s11111ki11g 11211118615 will l1e cxcl111le1l fl'0lI1 s21i11tl1' "A1111y's" Slll1llllCl' resort . . . 1'wCl'gllS will he the l11111111ter. . . lllfllll 111111 112111 will he the i11s11ec111rs . . . he 1l11es11't 11ee1l sle1-11i11g 11ills . . .1l1lll11l'CS Mr. Holm. WILLIAM ANDERSON . . . 1112111r1fss 1111111ele1' liill 1lCICl'llllllCS 111 circ111111'e111 1111-3 YVOl'l11 i11 21 s21i1 boat...11izz21 211111 1'hi1'ke11 will l1e l1is l'2il1llIlS.,.RH1' will act as ship mate . . .smoking fems will he 11s1r21cize1l . . . l3.l.A. FRANCES ANDRIANO . . .11111111 s111ll' herself with 11li1'es lllll detesls Cl'OY1'dS . .. selecls sister Mary 21s lI'31Cl1llg 1'1111111a11i1111...111111si11er2111r 11e1111le l11111'l her over ...11r1'fers Miss Cl1il1ls...g11es for 1511221 ...1Q.A..-X. JOSEPHINE ANTONSON . . . put 1111 1111111112111 rc11111'1ls for h1'l1ll2lH. ..Cl'2lCli yillll' gum 211111 11111 11111 g11..,1l111es 1111 11121she1l s11111ls 211111 Miss li11cI1ler..,11111111 211111 112111 are her 11136 - - . UAA. SAM ARTHOFER.,."R211'er11's" filet 111ig111111 211111e1i1e 1t21lIs for fl f21t 11111iket book ...2111xi1111sl1' llW'2lllS gr21111121ti1111 1l211'...wiIl Sll2ll'C his C2ll'll1l1' 1111ssessi1111s with "Dru" 211111 Rich . . , will miss llll the 1e111tl11-rs. GEORGETTE AUGUSTYN...s111ili11g"l'ea11111s"11'21lks the 111111 with B111111ie . . . Canine lovers are wel1:11111e 111 her cl1i1'ke11 1li11r1e1's. ..11111s 11111111 211111 112111 1111 ll pedestal ...211l111i1'es Mrs. Al1'e1's1111 . . .211111reci21tes si111'eri11' . . . fil10ll', Green filll'l211l1. LUCILLE BARTHOLOMAE . , . "I.111'1"' 131115 1111' 111111se 1111 l111111e11'11rk . . . fl'lCl1lll1' boys are 111 the s11'i111 . . . 111111111 life s211l1lles her 211161111011 . . . l11'1' 1321101118 1ll'C the l1es1 ...1l111es 1111 Miss lf211'r . . . S2lCl1llC l1111111ce1's. 111111111 CQAA. DON BERECZ..."l11111's" 1311021811111 l11111ti11g is 11le21s21111 1121s1i111e . . .1iig21r1'1 s111111ge1's 2ll'C 1111is2111ces...z1 Ii11le c111121g1' i11 the Dzliry 812110 wi1l1 11111111, 112111 211111 Miss 11'e211e1' 21s his 111-igl1l111rs seems gllill . . . l521sl11-1l1z1ll, l5.l..X. Q TUCZTQ G!ClSS...4Q5Q 1154! Page 77 Q RON BUSSE . . . "Colonel's" dad ranks first . . . fried chicken corrres next . . . Mr. Thompson gets a plug too.. . blrre-eyed blondes who refrain from asking foolish questions can share this cabinet maker's T.V. set . . . B.l.A. JOSEPHINE CALTAGIRONE . . . "jo" is willing to be a carbon copy of rrrorn . . , will not be short-lranded when it comes to chicken . . . Civic Ticket Representative, Senior Prorrr, Choir, Student Corrncil, CHX..-X. VINCENT CARAVELLO..."Vince," the jet plane addict, likes to tarry with Harry and Mike. ..can't pry him away from T.V .... likes girls who can take a joke . ..mo1n and dad are his pals. JOSEPH CARLIN . . . "joe," the expert printer, considers his dad the right type... this friendly guy likes sociable girls. . .considers Miss Landrigan a good friend ...likes nothing better than apple pie. . . B,l..-X. ROBERT CARLSON . ..touring the states in a new "Chev" is "Speed," the spicy- food eater's frrrr . . . finds teasers maddening. . .admires the homemaker type . . . monr is tops . . . sings Miss lfarr's praises.. . B.l.A, WILLIAM CHALLINOR...swimming "Bill" will make a good coach, if you feed him enough 'll-bone steak.,.nronr is preciorrs...Mr. Havlicek is a good guy . . . Letternren, Swim. DIANA CHRISTOPHER...public smoke spreaders should be collared, thinks this office secretary..."Di Di" goes dizzy over "lay" and mom...she's a real television sentinel with home cooking before her . . . CAA. MARIA CIMINO . .."Dolly" likes a "talkie" grry...her folly' is dancing and skatin . . . tood dressers like Mr. Ruzicka rate . . . conceit annoys her . . . ravioli g 8 . is her food choice . . . clrerislres rrrorrr and dad . . . C.A.A. CAROL COSTE . . . this well dressed gal is anxious to grab that diploma . . . a certain "fella" will help her carry it . . . movies relax her. . .admires Miss Landrigan . . . lidna is her side-kicker . . . G..-X..-X. EDWARD COUDAL . . . "Ed" has no trorrble relaxing . . . misses Mr. Bradley . .. blondes seem to be his weakness . . . smell of roast turkey makes his -mouth water ...Sunny California calls him . . . idolizes rrrorn . . . lS.l.A. JERRY COULTER.. .little "Colt" will ride far and wide to see the world . . .petite Miss will hold the reins . . . Mrs. Ajeflords will get the postcards , . . rrrom and dad are the best. . . CAROLYN COX...colorfrrl "Carrie" stars on the Star...tarries long on nrorn's Danish colliee cake. . .keeps her ambition a secret. . .Co-editor-in-chief of Star, Press, Dardarrelles, Spanish, Quill and Scroll, N.H.S., GAA. 82 TUCZTQ G!CL.S'S Page 78 JOHN CREAGH places confidence nr blond .12 rims to possess a C rdrllac ...Mr. Havlrcek will be Inst rider likes to nrrx rrrtlr energetic people "Red" shakes his lre'rd rt yromen drrr ers Bl A NORNIA CURRY No No has soft spot rn her heart for d rd and Nlrss Rasmus sen . . shes impatient yrrth lazy people mas cooking rs srrprerrre hrs a taste for slrrrnrps rdrrrrres honesty C lress Annual C A -X DONALD DAHLKE frrrr lorrng marderrs who slrrrn thc peroxide bottle may share Dorr's nrorrr s spaghetti Cookie rs hrs rlrapsodv rn blrre C try rs his l ...Miss lsrrebler gets the or ehrd C erm rn DICK DE GUSTINE nrrllrorr ure rrrrbrtrorrs puts this lobster loyer rn 'r thinking mood. prefers the persrsterrt person to the crrtrcrl strong for blre rrrd gray . . .has a vrarm spot for Miss Kuebler IVY DEJA she clings to cooking as her pastime nursing rs her held relislres r sense of humor a d sprre r s likes Mrs lausel short oils aggravate her Pre Mtdrcs C -X A ROBERT DEJA Bob the absent rrrrrrded professor lr rstrl disclosed hrs lfe secrets to anyone lre drd tell someone he likes to sleep and hates to leave school 'rrrd 'rll the tertlrers 1 NORMAN DELNICK tool shop orrner Del rs rn 1 rrlrrrl oyer Baby hell cultivate rare florrers for her doesnt rdrrrrrc girl smokers prefers tlrc rug ged girl Green Crntarn liorrhng Bl A DONALD DEMSKI high ranking brrrkcr rrrd president has class Don con siders female smokers outcasts rpple pre and Mr Doyrney are pleasant tlrorrghts specializes rn loaling Clrss President Key Club N HS STEVE DOERNER 1 V runs for shelter rrhen women drrrers approach feasts on turkey and pres electrrcrl engineering rs hrs errrrent arrrbrtron mont and dad take the spot llglll Nlr Holm eornes next Bl -X DIANA DONIKO..."Di," the coming pri111a donna, sticks to lobster tail diet... admires 111eticulo11s dressers like Mr. Ruzicka . ..plays l1er love game on tennis courts. . .111o111 is l1er pet. ..C1hoir, CLA..-X., N.H.S. ARLENE DRAY . . . "Snooks" books are on dental nursing . . . "L0vey" is her dovey . . . mom comes lirst . , . Mr. Ruzicka is the boy. . .chop suey and sl1ri111p satisfy . . . Mixed Choir, Dardanelles, GAA. EDNA EIGENHAUSER . . . "Eddie" falls for the tall light boy who can feed her shrimps a11d lfrench fries . . . ZlIlXl0llSly awaits diploma day . . .appreciates 1no111, 1 dad and Miss Landrigan . . . dotes o11 Carol . . . G..-X..-X. 4 ROBERT ENGELTHALER . . . "Bob," tl1e phar111acist, ca11 eat anything digestible... will coneoct a potio11 for bleacl1ed blondes . . . his weakness is food . . . is a slave to Morpheus...Stage Crew, Band qPres.j, tlarnpus Crew, N.H.S. JEAN ERICSON . . . movie lover "Jeanie" entertains marriage notions.. .hopes her "Mootsie" likes hamburgers.. . would take tl1e l1an11ner to nail-biters . . , mom, dad and Mrs. Beach fOI'lTl l1er love triangle... Red Cross, tl..-X..-X. MICHAEL FANELLO . . . "Chico" is alergic to work , . . hopes to ear11 livi11g with his feet . . . gold-diggers are not to his liking.. . l1is buddies are mom llllil dad... 11llllllliCS Miss Kilgour . . . Choir. CHARLES FENERY . . . "Sonny" has great boxing technique . . . he wards off the cranky teacher. . . his Spanish food peppers up this news COIIIIIICIIKHKOIJS remarks ...111otl1er Zlllll Sis are l1is dream girls. .. Red Cross. PEARL FIGURA . . . "l'early's" gate is opened for secretary's job . . . interrupts llCli relaxing to feast o11 pork chops...bossy people arouse her ire...1no1n is l1er lucky star. . .favors Miss Kuebler . . . GA..-X. GERTIE FISCHER...'AGert," tl1e devil's food cake co11su111er detests back slapping . . . superb at keyboard PCI'f0l'Ill2lI1CC . . . she's bound to succeed . . . picks Il10lIl llllll Miss Landrigan . . . Dardanelles, German, Pan An1erica11, Wlill and Prophecy, CLA..-X., N.l-LS. ELIZABETH FORST..."Liz" glories i11 tl1e thoughts of a gym teacher...suggests clubs for girl s111okers . ..whistles for Star-dusters and Bob . . .praises parents to the skies. . .Darda11elles, G..-XA., 'l'reas. of N.ll.S. RONALD FRINK . . . "Ron" the salesman, hopes to play l1is cards right, i11 l1is selling job . . . positively will never l1a11dle alarm clocks . . . believes he'll pick the food line. . .likes quiet girls. . . favors Mrs. Ah erso11. HELEN GARBER...this "sleepy-town" gal harbors thoughts of llflllllllllg an expert COIIIPIOIHCICI' operator...sincere people, like Miss Polka, can share her dn111pli11gs . . . "Ar" is llffl' ideal . . .admires mom and dad . . . GAA. M1952 RONALD GARGANO..."Ron," llllwllllg magnate, spares so111e time for T.V.... sl11n1s fag-bags . . . his arclnlectural pursuits suit parents . . . finds friendship with Mrs. Taglia Zlllll Mr. xVCSlCl'gl'CCll pleasant . . .prefers comely maidens . . .Bowli11g. GARY GATHMAN . . . 'tGar" would like to anesthesize coneeited people. . .future doctor will have only dependable 1111rses in his clinic. . . lll0Ill is his inspiration ...favors Mr. l'lCl'tllll2lI1... Key. Pre Medic, Council, Luncheon, Choir, N.H.S. MARILYN GENTHE.l ..SZll'CllSlll makes no hit with "Mar," tl1e future seamstress ...caring for sick is l1Cl' calling. . .clings to "Ivy" . . .mother a11d Mrs. jellords are llCl' ideals.. . Pre Medics, UAA. ROBERT GLASING . cute, respectable girl wl1o will keep l1is breadbasket full of ll0ll1Cllll'lKlC foods ca11 have "Bobby"...ignores smoking girls...dad is l1is ideal. . . pizza aml spaghetti are rival foods. . . Stage Crew, N.H.S. CAROLE GLAZOWSKI ...perpetual late-comer, "Blondie" blames it all on pizza and ice cream.,.her "some o11e" lllllSl equal brotlier Ray...considers 7 tl1e lucky number. . .glad for mom and dad . . . Choir, tl..-XA. MARLENE GOHR . . . friendly, cheerful Miss Kilburn strikes a cordant note . . . "Moe's" foe is conceit ...food ll'llllllPllS oi er all . . . is scouting around far secre- tary job . , . 1non1 is queen bee . . . likes friendliness. NIARYANN GORNIAN . ..Ill0lll?VAlllllltlCll "Mickey" isn't mickv when villa is Jassed y . ' . l . l I ...goes for fun-loving creatures who ll lend an ear to her troubles. . . Dar- danelles, Green Curtain Play ers, Prom, Kllioir, Civic Ticket, Hallguard, GAA. LEE GOYETTE . . . cherishes tl1e meniorv of Dr. Bradley . . . this SlCClJlllg beauty wakes up wl1e11 women drivers appear...will settle for a degree from North- western . . . girls that are easy Ull tl1e eyes appeal. ARLENE GREMPKE.. .hopes to tie a love-knot as she dream waltzes with Ron... screeches at peroxide tops. . . this graham cracker-pie eater hears only wedding bells . . . Council, Choir, G.A..X. . .+,...4..i Page TU ROBERT GRISWOLD . . . ten-pin lover "Bob" has professional ambitions . . . drape- wearing girls won't get the second look. . .fries and steaks shared with dad and Bink meet his approyal . . . admires Mr. Lawley. BETTY GROSS . .."lletts" will take life partner in 1february...Dick is her pick of dancers . . . fun-loving folk who avoid conceit can share her spaghetti . . . selects Mrs. Childs . . . Press, Star. UAA. TONY GUlDO...sleeping beauty t'CLeets" plans a college career with Greek... main diet is spaghetti and meat balls. . . fayors Mr. l-lavlicek . . . disfayors sniok- ing "fenis"...Swim tCapt.j. l.etter1nen tY.P.j. Football, Track, B.I.A. fPres.j. DOROTHY HALVORSEN ..."Dots" hot on the trail of a good secretarial job... will talk herself into one...thinks all's right with the world...praises mom and dad... appreciates Miss Landrigan . ..Dardanelles, C.A.A., HAROLD HARRlGlAN . . . "Hair" hopes to go far in piling tip the dough for a fun-loving, good looking girl . . . will share fortune with mom and dad . . . admires Miss Peterson . . . Key, B.l..-X., N.H.S. CAROL HATFIELD . . . ever-ready people wear down this budding journalist . . . con- sults "Liz" for advice...seeks companionship of an honest boy...Quill and Scroll, Star, Press, Dardanelles, Prom, G.,-LA., N.H.S. Qsecretaryj. CLYDE HEINEMAN ...this shutter bug looks for friendly short girls to snap... misses Major Ketcham . . . mom and dad get the gold frame. . . gobs of fries and hamburgers for him . . . Prom, Rilie. LA VONNE HENlINGWAY...dental nurse "l.orey" will hold l5ud's hand when extractions are made. . . sharp. neat dressers and good ctwnrersationalists can roller skate with her.. .Pan American, Dardanelles, GA..-X. BEVERLY HJERTSTEDT..."Ber" thinks that life won't be dim with jim carrying the picnic basket laden with cliickeii and pie . . . disapproves of women smokers . . . mother is her ideal . . . tllass Treasurer, Slardusters, G..X.A. ELSIE HORNUNG...-IOANIIC AND AFDRICY are strongest links in "Bunny's" friendship chain . . . likes to draw more than her breath . . .latest dress designs will flow front her needle. . . Mrs. qlellords will model. . . CLA..-X. RUTH HULTMAN ...maybe you'Il visit Ruthie's cunning craft shop . . . she'll enter' tain Mr. Weaver and club friends there . . . mom will assist . . . chicken wlll be llie dish . . . flhoir, Achieiement, Student Council, G..-X..-X. CAROL HUSKIE . . . imagine champion woman shopper, Casey, operating a nursery ...you'd better pronounce picture correctly or she won't adlnit your baby... picks Marlene as head nurse and mom as formula maker . . . G.,-XA. C92 4'UCM'y G!Cl.S'S l LINDA IELER...friendly Lin. definitely different. sings dad's and mom's praises ...she's the world's best news-scooper . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Star Stall, Press, Choir, Pan Anierican. CQA..-X.. N.H.S. JOHN IHRIG . . . mom's cookery and "Sheppie's" go along with Alaek's fishing tackle ...White Sox outfielder is his goal . . .easy going girls and easy marking teachers get his attention ..., Advanced German, N.H.S. JACQUELINE INGRISANO . . . braggards have slim chance for 4lackie's friendship ...warbling is the peak of her ambition . . .success means everything to her . .. selects Mrs. Crane as her farorite t'prof" ...tQ.A..-X.. N.H.S. PATSY JAY . . . "'l'ish's', dish is housewifcry . . . pizza and chicken will be served in abundance . . . "Chuck" will be chief consumer . . . conceited people should keep their distance. . .appreciates Mr. Sweig . . . German. Cl..-X..-X. BETTY KANABY...tall boys get O.K .... club girls are her joy...food is her pastime. . .adores Mrs. Soderberg. . . Dardanelles, G..X.A. l'Pres.j, jr. Choir fPres.j, Adv. Swim, Prom, L.tI.S., N.H.S. JIM KARAS . .."flreek's" Annie is his football queen . . . would forward pass crabby teachers. . . his goal is college.. .banks on Miss Landrigan . . . mom comes first . . . Star Stall. lfootball. Hallguard. PLIA. ARLENE KAST...don'l uhowdy-doody"' "Ai" or you'll turn-up with cauliflower ears . . . she's headed for lflorida sunshine.. .parents are her best friends... admires Mr. Ruzicka...Dardanelles. German, Luncheon, tL.A.A., N.H.S. BRUCE KENNEDY . . . Bruce takes the Ml-look" to silly girls. . . this future attorney will take The stand against basketball game fixers .. .chop suey heads the food list for Marty and him. FRANK KENNEDY...just keep him well fed with a comfortable bed and a jet plane near at hand and Frank will be contented . . . Ted and Mrs. jeffords will add further joy. Page R0 EDWARD LICHNER Boots SIldV51JL1ly 1ate1 s111ots about 111 hot 1111ls .steers 1111111111 Cll11ClS aside 141,138 Miss 11ea11r 111 11111111 longs to Gllglllfikl' a jet JOHN LIPPI 13 X11 C 1001115 111111115 18 lll 1111e 111111 1115 fa1t11f111 11111111 . .. 11e goes about lll a 11111111 of Illl1S1l X1111111 l lgillllll lk lllS 11lea1 Chamber BARBARA LOCIGNO 1111s1 B1111111 11111 SlJLIlll he1 11a1s 11111111 1ldNCllllg... 11111111n1ons 11111 be 11111111 11111 111111 Cl1PlUlllllS 11111111 111111 161 011111 a1111 ROBERT LORENZ 1111111 IIIIQS 1111111 1111111 1111 s111111 1111s hea11111 f111 college .1 1111111es1 T111 11111 f.,Ll 111 llll s1a11 1llllL is 1111111111 111111 l1llll1l'CS JAMES MQCFARLANE 111111 111 1le111111111g c1111p sucy M11 p1ef11s lo slumber 1118 1111111111 111011118 11111111 1111111111s 11111 k1 1 111 13111118 f11r Mr, MADOCK lklls 11 1 1 1111 111111 1111 1o11ts 11.11 srx a nice 111 gnl 11111111 11 1 N7 1 ll X 1os1s 1ea1l 11rc11i11s PATRICIA MAJESKI t111p111 1,11 11111 be XILXILU 110111111 111111 Lyn 18 against 1111111 pfC,JllC11lL 1111111111 18 go111l p11ke11 1111111169 'VI1ss Lan1111g111 ..con- ROBERT MARION 151111 Slll'lLlS f111111 bo1111t1s 111111111111111 IS his 111111'nfa1l 111n1r1g go11s of 111111111 is his 1111111111111 lL1lSllLS steaks app11111tes 1110111 JOAN MCDONNELL N111111e fulhful 281111 111 10119111118 gum Cldllxlllg vulgar pastnne pal 111111111 111s 1ppe11 111 he1 so 1111 NI1ss SLllllQLl 11111 11111111... GEORGE KINDSTRAND . . . pill-pusher Georgie nee11s 110 appetite pills . , . likes his chicken frenched a1111 frie1l.., would like to take a shot at 1111111111-be "big guns" . . . seeks Mr. H0llll'S advice 1111 golf. . . B.I.A. ENIANUEL KOURAKIS . . . beef puts 1'1f11ss1l" t in a stew. . . coniing uI1lC1llC0H will prescribe f11r girl 5111014611..2lllIllll'6S fClIllIllIlC types . . . owes 11111111 to 111o111 and ' 1 11a11 . . . l're Me11., Chess Q1'res.j, l"11ot11al1, V. Pres. 111 Class, lil..-X., lN.H.S. WALTER KOZLOV . . . this all ar1111n1l sport expert 1vi1l be a prize to SOIIIC college ..."K11z," he's tops.. .sincere girls like mother receive his 2l1lIl1l1'3Il0ll . . . Mr. Lakin 211111 Minerva rate. . .l1C1lC1'111C1l, Key Club. GERALDINE KRAUS...the 1llSC0lll'lCOl1S public 1lisp1eases Gerry, YVa1green's best counter girl.. . feasts on f1l'2lIl1llll2i'S KlllIl1Plll1gS. . . 131111 keeps llCl' 011 a11xio11s seat. . . thinks Mrs. Cl1il11s is cute .. .CAN-X. PERCIDA KRSTICH . . . riches e11tice llCl' . . . conceit irks her . . . pizza fills l1er . . . the tall and clark ones please her...111111 delights her. . . Mrs. jeffords interests her . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. NANCY KRUEGER . . . "Nan" pans c11n1teit . . .picks Marilyn as her trou11le-shooter . . . w11u111 like Miss Kuebler 111 share 11111ther's chicken . . . 1io11si11erate people like Carole are 1i111tivate11 . . , G..'X.A. MARION KUMEROW .. ."Mare" dares the e1e111ents 1111 11er stee1l...11etests inactive pe11p1e . . . Mrs. Beach is a peach . . . s11 is Louis . . . she sure goes for Ill21'S chop suey . . . favors gray and wi11e . . . G.A,A. JOSEPH KURZER...joe's ha1111s were 11esig11e1'l for 11owling and handling pizza . . . IIIOIII is his 111111 . . . a versatile Illlllllllll who abstains front cigarettes appeals to this scorner of 1.llSCOlll'lC0llS 1l1'lVCliS , . . cheers Miss Landrigan. LOUIS LANG . . . this bashful 11u111ly llklSIl,l 1lisclose11 his secret anibition or 11is favorite foods, but so111e 1111e over11ear11 hi111 say he can't bear to thi11k of leaving Steinnietz. MARIAN LE DUC . . . '4Duke's" 1111ke is Earle. . .because of 11i1n she'll dance into housewife role. . . 1110111 will share her 1lu1tkling sandwiches . . .salutes fun-loving joan 211111 honey "Childs" . . . GAA. RICHARD LE VON .... -X PPLIC-pie eater Rollie makes a fl1SS over cars antl hon1e- work . . . big 1111si11ess lures 111111 . . . HKllllll'CS his 1D1'0lll6l' an11 Mr. Fertlnlan . . . likes his w11111e11 1ve11 gl'OOIIIC1l . . . LllIlCllC0ll, Pre M1-11ics. DONNA LIBY...1lesig11i11g pretty gowns f11r 1110111 a1111 Mrs. C11i111s and avoiding 1111111 1111111111s keep "Donnie" 1lllSy...11llSllIlg lllC stars, a1111 Lee, take llp her i1lle INOIIICIIIS . . . lj2l1'112ll'l6llCS, CA..-X., N.H.S. ...495Q Page S1 JEANENE MELAU . . . roller-skater Hje-je," habitual last minute arrival, scorns late I people. . . her pleasantry will win her friends . . . Miss Landrigan rates . . , seeking a tall dark boy...Spanish, Civic Ticket Representative, Choir, G.A.A. .IOANNE MEYER . . . "jo's" T.V. set gets a work out . . . around the world dreams Hlls her thoughts . . . personality people like Pearl get the yellow orchid . . . sarcastic people are "nil" . . . Silver Streak, CL..-LA. PETER MINERVA . . . "Pete" sees green when selecting colors . . . has a monopoly on the letter . . , gives 1nom's spaghetti credit for his golf performance . . . will pick college life . . . Key Club, N.H.S. BARBARA MITCHELL. . . to be like mom and dad is "Mickey's" ambition... sincerity is her watchword . . . is glad Mrs. jeflords is her teacher . . . decries nosey people.. .Pan American, Financial Committee, Special Dance, G.A.A. CLARENCE MOBERG . . . 'tClits" prizes sincerity. . . cultirates loanng with Don and Clyde...onions and steak are top menu ite1ns...sees a future in commercial artist role. . . Oflicers' Club, Rifle Team. MARILYN MORANDO .. .Dan is "Mare's" fan . . .digs into pa's spaghetti. . .expects to adorn some oflice . . . outdoor type is breath of her life . . . favors l.an- drigan . . .has no time for late comers . . . C.A.A. MARLENE MORRISON ...hasty judgments irk "Lee," the spamoni eater...the little mermaid loves to dance.,.to be a model wife means everything to her . . . orchids to Mrs. Childs . . . Frankie is ideal. ALICE MOURADIAN . . . "Goldie" locks her future to acting . . . can't bear snooty people . . . has eyes for the nifty dresser . . . thinks Mrs. Taglia is a doll . . . Adv. Swim, Green Curtain, L.C.S., G.A.A. MARILYN MUELLER . . . "Mare" thinks Miss Rompf is rare . . . juicy steaks are , on her bill of fare . . . has no flare for homework . . . personality counts . . . so do mom and dad , . . G..-XA., N.H.S. GEORGE MUZYKA . , . "Georgy" steers away from homework when he pilots his I "jet" . . . co-pilots are mom and dad . . . yum yum fried chicken . . . B.I.A., R.O. and Concert Band. HOWARD NEWHOUSE . . . "Howie" is well coached to become a coach . . . is just "dips about parties" . . . can't stand peroxide dipped blondes . . . has his binoculars out for a cute personality maiden . . . German QPres.j, Lettermen. MILLICENT NOLAN . . . "Inez and Harold" spell fun for "Millie," the competent secretary, who lavishes money on spaghetti . . . thinks Mrs. jeflords is an under- standing soul . . . she's home on the rink . . . C..-X..-X. e ruary Gfass ,C y BRUCE NORTH . . . "Bruno," the sport fan, is saving for an immense speed boat . . . Mr. Holm, dad and a Nancy type will take the maiden trip . . . glad to escape women drivers. BETTY OLSON . . , work in Luther League is joy for this sincere good natured lassie who dotes on turkey and berates the feminine fag user . . . Dardanelles, French, Choir, Pre Med., Chess, G..-LA., N.H.S. JAMES ORLANDO . . . friendly folk like Mrs. Childs is 'tGimp," the eats addict, pick . . . elects all sports for pastime . . . women get him down . . . treasures parents . . . flag colors appeal . , . B.I..-X. ROSE PALOIAN . . . "Rosie" positively detests prevaricators . . . to own a 98 Old's is her craving . . . consuming Armenian dishes keeps her plump . , . Sema is her "dreama" girl . . . Mr. Ruzicka deserves credit . . . French, C.A.A. SHELDON PARKER . . . UShell's" belle is Dorothy . . . Swedish hops cop the prize . . . engineering appeals . . . shies clear of late people . . . likes foul food . . . pals with Ken . . . Concert and R.O.'l'.C. Bands, B.I..X. RICHARD PAULSEN . . . shiner-up 'tRich" craves to travel by car . . . steers clear of women at the wheel . . . passes his chicken to short good lookers . . . wish- bone goes to mom . . . gets a bang out of his gang. DOLORES PAVLIS . . . "Dodie" puts a premium on good manners . . . money- man is the one for her . . . stopping at Al's for a sip of coke with her pals is her fun . . . Mixed Choir, CA..-X. RONALD PEISKER . . . sensible, serious Ron likes teachers in general . . . lives in the physicist world . . . admires people who make use of their abilities . . . model railroads attract him , . . Stage Crew, Model Railroad, N.l-LS. ALICE PELLICAN . . . alley pastime bowls Al over . . . secretarial ambitions keep her hopeful . . . praises Miss Selinger . . . worships mom . . . eating apple pie with Joyce is great . . . Hall Guard, N.H.S. Page 82 GENE ROGOWICZ . . . "Gene" opens his eyes when little blue eyes turns on the I charm . . . women at the wheel shock this electrician . . . treats Mr. Ruzicka to , pizza . . . Rick is his pick. MARIANA ROHAN . . . loyal Sayerite is set for college . . . hamburgers develop her bowling muscles . . . late date keepers disgust her . . . appreciates parents . . . misses Mr. llandsehu . . . good manners are a must . . . Dardanelles, Choir, tD..X.A., N.H.S. FRANK ROMANO . . . holding down a certain street corner with food in his lists describes this happy-go-lucky ravioli eater . . . Miss Kuebler and Savoy are his joy . . . mother comes first. ENRICO SANDRI . . . "Rick" sleeps and eats for relaxation . . , holds "Gene" in esteem . . . his girl choice must be good and husky . . . red convertibles are his speed . . . keeps Miss XVeaver in mind. KATHLEEN SCHAEFFER , . . 'tKay's" days are saddled to horses . . . gets a bit peeved at lunchroom hair-groomers . . . would forsake the equestrian path for the bridal . , . loves fun and lfarr . . . jr. Choir. GAA. JOAN SCHARFE . . , plans to enter IT. of Illinois . . . hopes there'll be no 'Aloud speakers" there . . . listening to records furnishes her recreation . . . is a slave to chicken and pina . . . parents rate high . , . Star, GAA. KAY SCHREIBER . . . globe-trotting stamps out eager beaver boys . , . looking for an ambitious lively, bluefeyed blond chap . . . mom is her pal . . . admires Mrs. Childs . . . Civic Ticket Representative, Choir, G.A.A. PAULINE SCHULLER . . . wholesome "Lambie" finds time for the Lord . . . thinks smoking detracts from girls . . . loves chicken and roller skating . . . Eileen and Miss Silveri are top-notehers . . . French, Concert and R.O. Band. PHIL SEGES , . . "Stitch" hopes his college plans will hatch . . . caters to varied sports . . . gives big wheels the run around . . . unaffected women are his type . . . seeks Mr. Ferdman's advice . . . mom's the girl . . . Choir. CLAIRE PETTENUZZO . . . "Pastanoodles," future gym prof., gets her strength stttfling herself with peppers . . . mom and Mrs. 'l'aglia are her guiding lights . . . likes all-around good sports . . . Al is her pal . . . Hall Guard, G.A.A. ALFRED PIEDISCALZI . . . "l'ie's" ties are with the guys . . . is set on a jet , . . Mrs. jelfords is the pet . . . holds devotion for parents . . . loves blue and gray , , . sees no beauty in peroxide blondes. CHARLES PLUIVIIVIER . . . fun loving girls who will learn to match ma's chocolate cake and won't crack their gum can have "Btul's" telephone number . . . bowling is his avocation . . . admires Miss Haley . . . Bowling. NIARYLOU FOGLITSCH . . . "Pudgie" is disgusted with teeners' smoking . . . enjoys hamburgers with her 'l'.V. programs and a witty boy friend . . . worships p2l1'CIllS . . , wouldn't mind being a good home-maker . . . Saddle Bouncers, G.A.A. JANET PORTER . . . "jan" is a Hoosier State fan . . . happy home with a good husband is her dream . . . her secretarial job will furnish trousseau money . . . mom and dad are ace cards . . . GAA. CARL PORTO . . . this second hand car buyer goes for pigskin sport . . . gold rushers are his loaling partners . . . his cup is overflowing with pals . . . llll- dccided girls irritate this chicken lover. BARBARA PRAVDA . . . "Bobbie's" hobby is on the go with "joe" . . . skates away from show-ofls . . . sunny disposition boys get a ray of hope . . . ma, pa and Mr. Sweig are tops . . . Luncheon, GA.,-X. LORETTA PUSZAN . . . "I,oret" tires of naggers and braggers but never of 'fChuck" . . . polite boys and quiet girls please this perfect housewife to be . . . likes Miss Kuebler . . . Hallguard, Adv. Swim, Choir, French, G.A.A. GLORIA REHFELDT . . . pen scratching to her honey-bunny when she's not on the bridle path puts her in her glory . . . despises the "drapes for girls" fashion . . . thanks parents for everything . . . G.A.A. ,IESSIE REID . . . "Jes" thinks moody "fellas" are a mess . . . there's a Bab and a Bob in her life . . . dotes on cooking for a good hubby . . . admires Miss Kilburn . . . Choir, tQ.A.A. PAT RITTMEYER . . . sings aml sighs as she rattles away at comptometer keys . . . sings for ma's apple pie . . . sighs for jerry . . . thinks bleached blondes are wash-outs . . . lays welcome mat for Mr. Ruzicka . . . German, Choir, G.A.A. AL RIZZO . . . super-salesman, Al, offers all items for sale except Charlene's friendship and cigarettes . . . stocks tip on spaghetti and sausage . . . he's a "I.akinite" . . . l.ettermen tl'res.j. Basketball. Baseball, lfootball, IHA. ...495Q 5 Page 83 BETTY SHEFFER . . . "Lou's" apple-pie appetite keeps her'from smoking . . . pleasant people, like Blanchie, Billie and Josie, are embroidered on her heart . . . Jim is the f'him" . . . mom and pop rank first . . . G,A.A. EUNICE SIMON . . . a clean cut jolly boy who will enjoy her mom's dishes and will refrain from crabbiness, may share "l'esly's" friendship . . . hopes to work in the Lord's vineyard . . , C..-XA., Hi C. ARLENE SMENTEK . . . this nimble-toed ballerina doesn't let grass grow under her feet when tapping with Charles . . . hopes to step herself into a Broadway Show . . . mom is her love . . . Choir, Concert Band, R.O. Band. AUDREY SMITH . . . sewing is a "racket" for this tennis lover . . . thinks snobs need ignoring . . . "And" lauds honesty and courtesy . . . says mom is remarkable . . . favors Miss Rompf , . . Red Cross, GAA., N.H.S. EARLINE SMITH . . . "Earl" likes to tarry with Terry . . . the marriage bureau is her destination . . . avoids giddy girls . . . enjoys Lee's company . . . admires athletic boys . . . Student Council, Choir, jr. Prom, GAA. JAMES SOBESKI . . . trumpeteer "l'esky" gives the bugle call for chicken and fries . . . calls for tire extinguisher for feminine smokers . . . blows hard for mom, pop and Mrs. Childs . . . engineering is top note . . . Lettermen. JOHN SOUERS . . . "Bud" ties his future to owning a business . . . getting ready now by experimenting on his car . . . snobby girls annoy him . . . selects Chuck as partner and mom and dad as bosses. LEE SPAYER . . . Lee, alias "Anti-Speed," gives conceited girls the air . . . basket- ball is his all consuming thoughts . . . devoted to mom and dad . . . craves ownership of blue 'LOlds," Basketball, Lettermen, Polish tl'res.j. RAY STEINBECK . . . stock-car mechanic Ray would put a match to girl smokers . . . swallows pizza easily . . . showers Miss Sullivan with praise . . . looks up to his brother . . . strong for the boys . . . B.I.A. SHIRLEY SWANSON . . "Shirl," will take a whirl at college . . . hopes to have pools of fun in the tank . . . sees no sense to smoking . . . XVallie is her idol . . . Dardanelles, Advanced Swim, GAA., N.H.S, JEAN TAYLOR . . . Jeanie" is just beany over horses . . . big sister makes her balky . . . Europe beckons her . . . Ruth is her right hand pal . . . cheese cake is her favorite dish . . . Saddle Bouncers, C..-LA. JUDY TAYLOR . , . "Chickie" wants a cottage in YVyoming . . . keys will be turned on late-comers by this expert stenographer . . . ham and cheeseburgers satiate . . . so does Mr. Sweig . . . Choir, 'I'wirler, Choir, G.A.A. 8 4'fLLCl4'y G'!ClS.S' RUTH TAYLOR . . . pal jean is "Vicky's" dream . . . suggests temper losers eat pizza . . . admires Mrs. jeffords . . . falls for fun . . . pilot's license is her yearn- ing . . . at home on a nag . . . Saddle Bouncers, Cerman, G.A.A. CHRISTINA THOMAS . . . following in the Lord's path is most important to "Cricket," the trumpeteer . . . fried chicken overshadows all foods , . . blesses her parents, Miss Farr and Don . . . Junior Choir, Band, Pre Medics, Hi C. NANCI THOMAS . . . champion letter writer 'fSpioko" keeps Benny boy posted . . . prefers one-faced people . . . pins her thoughts on happy family life . . . Mixed Choir, jr. Choir, Majorettes, Pep, Green Curtain, Star, G..-XA. INEZ THOMPSON . . . "I" could die skating with Bob . . . expects to earn chicken fries by operating comptometer . . . she's death on show-offs . . . worships mom . . . is silly about Millie . . . likes Mrs. Taglia's good nature , . . G.A.A. MARILYN TOMETICH . . . visitors at L'Mickey's" oflice might come in for a workout at canasta . . . holds red hearts for mom and dad . . . gum crackers get no score. . . "yum, yum," pizza . . . C.i-LA. DAN TRINKAUS . . . "Trink," one of Steinmetz assets, wants to track down a good job for a family man . . . mom and dad are the pattern . . . favors Miss -Landrigan . . . Track, Lettermen, l'l'UlIl, Key, Ring Committee. DOLORES UEBELE , . . catty girls drive "Do" batly . . . coming 'fMet" star thinks Miss lfarr is sharp . . . falls ilat for spaghetti . . . "pop" is tops . . . Dardanelles, Choir, Voice Class, Green Curtain, GA..-X., N.H.S. DOLORES WALTERS . . . pedagogne "Dodie" rates lemon meringue pie high . . . versatile boy who will drive like "unc" and dad can chauffeur this detester of girl smokers . . . chooses Mr. Ruzicka . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S. EARL WARDRUM . . . "Speed," the hunter, has skyscraper ideas . . . sipping cokes With the guys refreshes him . . . dancing is a must in his date . . . mom and dad are so nice . . . admires Mr. XVelin. I I Page 84 ANNE WEISLING . . . skating gets lirst rating as pastime . . . accordion plays close second . . . prevaricators are given the air . . . prefers marital life . . . mom and Mrs. Schwartz are her queens . . . dotes on pork chops . . . GAA. LOUISE WEISS . . . book-worm "Lou" says "pipe down" to braggers . . . likes to be on the go . . . prefers the guy who can hold up a conversation . . . longs for pizza . . . idolizes parents . . . GAA., German. VIRGINIA WENGER . . . colleges beckon "Gin" . . . will miss "Stardusters" . . . esteems parents . . . braggards are intolerable . . . French fries satisfy . . . appre- ciates Miss Fosse's subtle humor , . . it's Mick versus Dan . . . Dardanelles, Hall- guard, Choir, CAA. JOHN WEZEMAN . . . fastidious "Red" will have the best dressed wife with clothes designed by his artistic hands . . . rude, noisy bus-drivers unnerve him . . . holds dad and mom in esteem . . . Concert and R.O. Band. JOHN WHEELER . . . jack loves to ride the range . . , loquacious people annoy this breeder of cattle . . . invites mom into his ham and cabbage business . . . likes Miss Hainbecker . . . Silver Streak, Oflicers Club. Picked Platoon, Trick Drill. EVELYN WHITCONIB . . . the hum of her Singer machine blends with her radio program as she dreams about becoming a good wife and a Christian mother . . . mom is her example . . . GAA., N.H.S., Hi tl. PATRICIA WHITE . . . little shrimp eater l'at is long on loafing and death on gum crackers . . . tall. stalwart athletes win her attention . . . Donna and Mickey are her buddies . . . C.A.A, EUGENE WILLIAMSON . . . "Huey" is long on fried chicken and strong for comedian role .. . doesn't think swearing or giggling becomes girls . . . "Havy" scores lirst place . . . picks Valentino as his idol . . . Football. JEANETTE WOOLEY . . . rehned "jan" slnlns loud people, but enjoys witty and humorous company . . . hopes wedding bells will ring for her . . . will invite Mrs. Childs on the big clay . . . admires parents . . . CAA. JOYCE YELTON . . . this young individualist gives Mr. Ruzicka the orchid . . . has her eyes on college . . . serving fried chicken is her specialty . . . gum cracking irritates her . . . Dardanelles, G.A.A., N.H.S, DARLENE ZEIIVIET . . . "Because of You," "Ilabe's" theme song, is rendered in honor of Gordon . . . talkative people can dance out of her life , . . puts her bets on "Corky" . . . admires Mrs. Alverson . . . GAA. ELAINE ZIRZOW . . . faithful attendance messenger has the 'l'.V. bug . . . objects to early nightly retiring . . . horse and dog raising appeals . . . apple cake and Miss Landrigan are favorites . . . parents are tops . . . Silver Streak, GA..-X. . 7 Q5 2 riot gpltotograplzed MARY GARRY LOIS HILDEBRANDT PAUL SCOZZOLA RICHARD SPIRKO ROBERT SCHUMACHER gn QI7ZO4'y Ol? mfCllClI'C! Garuso Page 85 1 1 v 5 1 i 3 I 3 I i Page 37 gifs he fllwefiest naught 0 Q QCII' CSUQIHIOI' LWFOHI 1 QPCQHIAQI' i951 lt's ll wintrv evening, zmcl the moon is hi 'hi 1 O n and so are the spirits of the prom-claters. lVho Cares il' the snow flies and the wind blows cold? lt's Prom Night. lt's warm and cheery in the ballroom at the Evanston XVomen's Club. Flowers there are in great plenty, and the scent ol' perfume fills the air as the beautiful maidens glide along with their prom-dates ol' the evening. These are the moments they have so longed for: they must make the most ol' them, for in 21 few short hours all will be over, and the night ol' nights will pass into the vast sea of memories. une Gfass 0 1952 - 691515.09419 and' Sponsor Cwzlcr lefl: Mr. Jacob Fcrdlnan, Counselor. Upper lefl: Richard Pnniilia, President, Upper right: Robert Di Leonardi, Vice President. I,rmv'r lofi: Mary Bnearo, Secretary. I,on'c1' right: Arthur Arischious, Treasurer. Perllaps lew realize Llle vast amount ol' work entailed in preparation for Gradua- tion, especially when Lhe class is well over lonr lnlndredg but under the able leadership ol Mr. Iferdnian, Llle sponsor, and Lhe industrious officers olf the class, Lhe wheels of progress moved qniekly and eflieiently, and graduation plans Came to a happy ending. Page 88 filo-Capt. , I,.C.S., G.A.A. ' ., GAA RONALD ADAMS . . . Adams' hrst man is "Mary" . . . Miss Haley gets the apple . . . will be in Paradise when he enters the tile business . . . drum corps is his pride and joy . . . German, B.I.A. RITA AGNELLO . . , Jim is the main squeeze with this globe-trotter . . . pizza and fries are her favorite foods . . . eating is her top pleasure . . . Cheer-leaders D I SALVATORE ALAIA . . . slow motion "Sal" keeps his life's ambitions to himself . . . blondes do appeal however . . . pizza is never passed up . . . hopes to catch up with himself some day. PATRICIA ALAND . . . "Pat," the mermaid, could gag conceited people . . . Mrs 'liaglia and jim are her life savers . . . hopes to excel in ultra modern clothes styles . , . Cheer-leaders, Adv. Switu, l'rom, I,.C1.S., CL,,-LX. ARLENE ALBRECHT . . . bragging people do not appeal to this coke sipper . . college beckons . . . Sue, Carol and Roe make fun for her . . . pizza stimulates her appetite . . . Bowling, Latin, Star Staff, GAA. JOANNE ALEXANDER . . . unfriendly people are not "Red's" choice . . . set her on skates and away goes this airline hostess . . . dolls her chapeau to tnom, dad and Miss Haley. . . loves pizza . . . G.A.A. PHILIP ALLEN . . . conceited girls make "Bunky" very sponky . . . lll0lll,S fried chicken smells good to him . . . hopes to shine in architectural engineering career . . . Baseball, Bowling, Basketball, Lettermen, B.l.A.. N.H,S. JAMES ALTOBELL . . . "Alto" voices his opinion against women tavern patrons . . . hopes to see Juniors take the section . . . ltas great capacity for food . . prefers the quiet lassie . . . Lettermen, Basketball, l3.I.A. ALICE ALWIN . . . dolling up peoples' homes is this interior decorator's atnbition . . . decorating her insides with pizza is her hobby . . . TN. Img has bitten het . . . adores mom, dad and Clare . . . G.A.A. BARBARA ANDERSON . , . "Andy" is working on physio-therapy treatment for nail biters . . . working is not her favorite in-door sport . . . she's an imp after shrimp . . . Concert Band, Orchestra, Civic Ticket, GAA. JANET ANDERSON . . . pans of pizza is "Jan's" failing . . . Spanish interpreter is her ambition . . . devotes spare time to bowling . . . likes friendly athletic boys . . . devoted to parents . . . Choir, Cheerleaders, Spanish. Bowling, L.C.S. LORETTA ANDERSON . . . "I.or" is a jewel at work . . . she's after truthful folk . . , phonics are her pet peeve , . . lflorida sunshine calls her . . . would share it with mom, dad and Mr. johnson . . . French, Ilallguard, Ci..-X.,-X. une ass. .1952 RONALD ANERDI . . . looks with disgust upon bleached blondes in levis and a cigarette in the mouth . . . mom and Miss Farr are priceless . . . French tl'res.j. party-going "Ron" wants a seat in millionaire row . . . MARYANN ANGILERI . . . oh wottld that "Ange" could skate to stmny Italy . . would gladly forsake the shrimps for the trip , . . mom is her sunshine . . believes friendliness is godliness . . . llallguard, Star, Press, CL..-XA. ROSEANN ARABIAN . . . 'I-Kun." Chicago booster, desires to travel . . . she's well "bread" when it comes to pork chops . . . repeaters annoy her . . . Mrs. Iellords atnttses her . . . appreciates her understanding sister and the quiet bov. DRUSILLA ARVIDSON . . . it's a college degree for "Dru" . . . dates with Sam take up her time . . . likes eating frog legs with the "-lugs" . . . tnom and Gordie are important to her . . . jr. Choir, GAA. ARTHUR AVISCHIOUS . . . popular "Art" will bring about changes when he gets his chemical mind moving . . . Mrs. jellords and mont are the positive molecules . . . Lettermen. Golf. German. Orchestra, Silver Streak, Student Council fl'res.j, B.l.A., N.H.S., Class Treas. SHIRLEY AYESKI . . . cheerful "Shirl" looks on the sunny side . . . crabby people get no attention . . . insists on neatness in her escort . . . praises dad and tnom . . . orchids to Nliss Dierks . . . Polish, Choir, GAA. IVIARYANN BACZKOWSKI . . . honest A'Mar" likes the initial "R" . . . will illustrate fashions of the hour . . . letter-writing cotnes easy , . . if you keep her in steaks, she'll be satisfied . . . GAA. RAY BAKALICH . . . "Ray," the alka-seltzer kid, rides about dispensing cttres for boring English classes . . . reading is his leading pastime . . . pizza pie pttts a gleam in his eye . . .B,I.A. JACK BARCLAY . . . future NLD. "Jack" can doctor up cars as well as humans . . . operates well on shrimp and steak . . . l1e's Mr. llolm's chatnpion "Eightball" l . . . admires lovely ladies . . . 'tGinsburg" is his pal. Page 89 WILLIAM BARRIER . . . big capitalist. "Bilyard" blossoms out with his own busi- ness . . . maybe it will be hamburger stand with a certain marilyn, the cashier . . . will cater to football players. JERRY BARTELS . . . "Barts" dislikes gold diggers, but is plotting to pick up some land in Nebraska where he'll entertain the "Clix" with mammoth meat balls and spaghetti . . . Miss Haley will supervise . . . Swim, Lettermen, B.I.A. BARBARA BECKER . . . titles like R.N. and Mrs. appeal to "Barb," lover of Dutch apple pie , . . all sports entice her . . . mom is her honey , . . likes imaginative people . . . Dardanelles QTreas.j, Star Qliditorj, G.A.A. Q'l'reas.j, N.H.S. DOROTHY BEJDA . . . "Dottie" admires lady Sechler . . . will be in the swim when she owns her own pool . . . thoughtful, considerate people may take a dip . . . mom and dad are her lif: savers . . . French, C..X.A. FRED BELCASTER . . . "Freddie," the grocery man, weight lifts with Dick when not delivering his orders , . . Mrs. Taglia is his friend . . . mom is his hope . . . likes well groomed people . . . pizza is his specialty . . . B.I.A. GEORGE BENEDETTO . . . stupid females who scoff at "Georgie's" weight lifting will get the "chili" shoulder from him . . . thinks Mrs. jellords appreciates him . . . the seventeener, preferably white, is preferred . . . Pres. of Student Council, Bowling, B.I.A. JANIES BERAN . . . farmer "jim" knows he'll have to rise with the chickens that he loves to eat . . . raises protest against feminine weed users . . . athletic girls are dear to him . . . so is Mrs. Deignan. DON BERNACCHI . . . "Long Legs" would like to shag all women from taverns . . . thinks roast beef sandwiches go nice when watching T.V .... enjoys the company of girls and good music . . . Camera. BARBARA BERRY . . . "Babs" crabs about nothing as long as pizza, mom and dad are on hand . . . prima donna ambitions beckon her on to college . . . Silver Streak Representative, Press, Star, Choir, GAA. JAMES BILLINGSLEY . . . "Bill," coming gymnasium coach, is good at soda jerking . . . Mr. Power adds flavor to his school day . . . chicken is always welcome . . . Lettermen, Track, Cross Country, German, B.l.A. MARYELLA BLACKMORE . . . this dancing mermaid admires gentle people like "Rosie" . , . tardy people bother her . . . worships mom and dad . . . comp- tometer operator is her ambition . . . Civic Ticket, French, C.A.A. JAMES BLAHO . . . shoe salesman, UI1-ish," puts his heels down on smoking females . . . laces his affection to grandpappy and mom . . . can eat pretzels by the pound . . . admires the sweet, innocent girl. M118 G!Cl.S'S TED BLASZCZYNSKI . . . medicine man led has an antidote for show-olls . . this tinker guy is everyone's friend . . . plays no favorites with teachers . . does enjoy company of sociable, scholarly and athletic girls. DON BLAZEK . . . this professional food consumer '1Blazes" the trail for a coach's job . . . gramp is the lamp that lights his life . . . loud talkers bother him . . . likes everybody . . . Football, Basketball, l.etter1nen, Bowling, B.I..-X. DANIEL BOBULA . . . "Bubbles" could burst eating spaghetti . . . blows away the smoking girls . . . will talk himself into a salesman job . . . strong for mom, dad and a blue-eyed blonde . . . Key Club, B.l.A. RAY BOCKIVIAN . . . artihcial faces disturb "Ray" . . . hopes to meet friendly girls on the college campus . . . likes the social whirl . . . dad's his boy . . . thinks the world of Mrs. Kelly . . . Bowling, B.I..-X. BETTY BOGY . , . "Betts"' baby blue Cadillac will be just the thing for mom, Mrs. jellords and the Deltas . . . dotes on athletic boys . . . Capt. of Cheerleaders, Lettergirls, Volley Ball, GAA. MARY BOGY . . . suggests frog legs for the "Deltas" . . . planning to get rich in a hurry . . . teinpermental people give her the "blues" . . . thinks Mr. Spiecker is the cream of the crop . . . G.A.A. IRIS BOHL . . . "Ike's" leisure is spent in dancing . . . admires mom and big brother . . . selects nursing vocation . . . refuses to accept late people . . V. Skating, Mixed Choir, Saddle Bouncers, German, C..-X..-X., Silver Streak, RALPH BORRIS . . . homework conscious "profs" upset this future die--maker's T.V. programs . . . mom is his shining star . . . little girls with short hair cuts are his preference . . . praises Mrs. Young . . . German. BARBARAMAE BORTH . . . navy blue "Barb" classes mom and dad as salt of the earth . . . anxious to drive . . . magpies will never share her hamburgers . . . this rink addict likes Miss Golden . . . G.A.A. Page 90 MARY BUDACZ . . . "joys" boy nmst be sincere . . . "Ma Farr" chases the blues . . . aims to conduct club meetings in French . . . roots for mom and dad . . . lfrench, Choir, G..-LX. CHARLENE BULTNICK , . . an ambitious even tempered man interested in traveling may claim "Chick's" icv hand . , . thinks nursing is interesting . . . has many friends among the faculty . . . praises mom . . . Bowling, llallguard, GAA. LYNN BURNS . . . "Irish" wages war against conceit . . . advocates skating for getting around to meet tall dark boys . . . hopes her secretarfs job will warrant plenty of pizza dinners . . . admires Nlrs. Monahan . . . Civic Ticket, GA -X JANE BURTON . , . 'ljanie's" ambition is a deep secret . . . only favorite sister Sal knows it , . . doesn't believe in prejudices . . . likes Bliss Roy and the athletic boy. . . Latin, Council, GA..-X. MARJORIE BUSCHEK . . . 4'Margie" never skips a letter to "Skip'l . . . hopes mar' riage will be the reward . . . Anna and Mrs. Schwartz will get invitations . . . Roller Skating. German, GA.,-X, DARLENE CANADEO . . . "Toni" thinks girls in drapes are "phonies" . . . if you are sociable, this expert secretary will take your dictation . . . Miss Grant and tnom are her ideals . . . Social Center, Choir, GAA. ELIZABETH CAPUTO . . . "Lady Caputo" safely guards the halls of fame at the dear school in the west , . , hopes she will win many friends and be a success in life . . . 1-Iallguard, GAA. PATRICIA CAREY . . . Pat is wild about skating with all her pals . . . hopes to roll into secretary role . . . despises levis for girls . . . adores her parents and Miss Farr . . . Red Cross, Hallguard, G..-XA. RALPH CARLSON . . . "Swede's" feed is lamb chops . . . money mad ambitions overshadow homework . . . a quiet girl may share his fortune . . . his devotion goes to mom, dad and Mrs. jelfords . . . I-'ire Marshal, l3.I.A., N.H.S. BONNIE BOYLE . . . pizza-packing "Bon," the nurse, jabs gum crackers with her hypo-needle , . . swimming and skating keep her moving . . . mom is her pride . . . Mrs. .Iellords is her joy . . . G.A.A. PAUL BRAND . . . "'l'weedle" needles conceited girls . . . likes to gossip with the gas station boys on how to make money fast . . . craves for pizza and spaghetti to share with Mr. Lakin . , . German. EDWARD BRANER . . . 'tlid's" home workshop is a dream . . . this chop suey eater has his eyes on the XYhite House . . . will take Nliss Kuebler as his llllCl'Pl4ClC1' . . . looking for a good housekeeper . . . l5.l.A, CAROLYN BRAUN . . . roller-skating and pizza consumption seems to occupy much of this dancing fan's time . . . hopes to become a good nurse . . . will spend her earnings on sharp clothes. CORANIAY BREEN . . . "Corrie" would like to be a pedagogue like Mrs. jelfords . . . has no complaint on mom's cookery . . . dad is highly esteemed . . . definitely opposed to girl smokers , . . Library, R.0, Band, Concert Band, GAA. ROBERT BRENDECKE . . . keeping his house in repair is farmer "Bob's" pastime , . . his chief crops will be corn and rice with a few cattle to furnish the steaks . . will hire only smart athletes. BETTY BRINEY . . . "Sis," good at ivory tickling, is making a play for ll. of I. . . . hopes mother will consent . . . enjoys humorous people . . . Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra, Pre Medics, Civic Ticket, Dardanelles, Choir, GAA., N.H.S. GLORIA BRINK . . . "Duchess" Brink expresses a desire to warble at the "Met." Opera . . . insincere people make her temples throb . . . enjoys "whoopy" days with her canine, "tIiggs" . . . likes originality . . . Ghoir, GAA. NANCY BROMAN . . . good personality means much to "Rosie," the pretty nurse who will feed her patients fried chicken . . . the "jets" are her pets . . . red and blue are her favorite colors. JOAN BROWN . . . good dancing means much to "jo," hamburger addict . , wants to latch on to a perfect man . , , seeks friendship of friendly people . . . strong for parents . , . "Harlem Nocturne" keeps ringing in her ears . . . Choir, GAA. KENNETH BRYZA . . . "Bribba," the fish, links his thoughts to future 'l'.V. pros ducfr . . . French cuisine satislies . . . sees no logical thinking in "hair mussing" . . . likes Mr. Powers . . . Key fl'res.j, Green Curtain, Concert Band, B.I.A. MARY BUCARO . . . this future tennis star is sending out a search light for a clean cut up-right personality man . . . she'll teach you l-lnglish in exchange for sweet potatoes . . . loves mom . . . GAA. Board, Star. ...1g5Q Page 91 LENA CARTUCCI . . . this future "hello" girl's heart ticks for "Nick" . . . puts a plug in for chicken . . . will disconnect knuckle crackers . . . likes to buzz Mrs, Jeffords . . . friendly people can call again. JOSEPHINE CAROLLO . . . 'fjo' stamps approval on active, humorous boys who will treat her to black olives and pork chops . . . checks off smoking gals . . . admires Miss Collopy . . . Hallguard, CAA. JACK CASCIO . , . dating Joan is "Cash's" happy Lime . . . searching for a draftsf man's job . . . likes to dance with smooth dancers . . . just Eli him with fried chicken . . . thinks Mr. Wlestergreen is top man . . . B.I.A. CARNTONETTA CASPERS . . . Carmen's gum cracking friends wil lnot share her pizza . . . learning to drive is an ordeal . . . mom, dad and Miss Haley are her steering committee . . . delights in dancing . . . C.A.A. IRMA CECCHIN . . . look out, kids, when little "Ritchie," juvenile oflicer, catches you eating pizza where you shouldn't . .. Melrose Park fascinates her . . . Ross is the boss . . . detests crabbiness . . . adores Mrs. Tagha . . . GAA. GLORIA CELLI . . . she offers to design a latest model for Miss lfosse . . . will exchange services for pizza . . . appreciates parents' kindness . . . likes her pastime pals, Bernie and Mar . . . scorns conceited people . . . CAA. ROBERT CERNIGLIA . . . "Nig," the hsherman, would like to become a big-wig executive . . . thinks crazy drivers should be deported . . . reliable persons, like john, who is ready to do a good turn, is his choice . . . Bowling. ARMELLA CHALL . . . "Hell," future psychiatrist, is very clubby . . . Quill and Scroll, Silver Streak Representative, Girl's Rille, Dardanelles. Adv. Swim. Student Council QV. PQ, Ollice Helper, News Editor of Star, C.A.A. Board, I..C.S., N.H.S. BRUCE CHELBERG . . . you'll put your foot in it when dealing with "Chell," top shoe salesman . . . his sole ambition is If S. Senator . . , considers latecomers, heels . , . Prom Committee, Lettermen, Council, Track, N.H.S. CAROL CHELLIN . . . mom's home cooking tastes good after a roller skating date with "Bob" . . . spurns the rude girl . . . aiming to get a good secretarial job . . . orchids to Mrs. .lellords . . . jr. Choir, CLA..-X. JEAN CHRISTENSEN , . . wedding bells have the best ring for roller skating. "Chris" . . . conceited people can not share her pizza . . . big, masterful boys suit her taste . . , Roller Skating, Silver Streak, Civic Ticket, CAA. CAROL CIOLKOWSKI , , . this private secretary publicly admits she's fond of pizza and chicken . . . keeps busy chasing the tennis ball . . . Mr. lVeaver is her choice . . . mom tops the list . . . Student Council, C..-X..-X., N.H.S. une ass .. , . SUZANNE CLARKE . . . "Susie" says "Iceland" cokes can't be beat . . . awaits college days . . . mom and dad are the best . . . ignores conceited boys . . . admires Mrs. Beach . . . Star Staff, Latin, Bowling, C.A.A., N.H.S. RICHARD CLATCH . . "Richie" would like to strike up a pizza date with a saddle- bouncing blonde . , . this carpenter hammers teeth gnashers . . . admires dad . . . Saddle Bouncers, Prom, Picked Platoon, Trick Squad. CAROL CLAUSEN . . . 'fCarrie," the air stewardess, flies away from loud people . . . likes to chase in the 'fChevy" with Andy . . . believes blue laws should be made . . . admires Miss jacobck . . . Hallguard, Library, CAA. JEAN CLINTON . . . happy-go-lovely jean is all out for fun . . . likes to mix with friendly people . . . pays tribute to mom and dad . . . Dardanelles, Library, Concert and R. O. Band, Social Dance, Silver Streak, N.H.S. NANCY COLLETTO . . . Nan is advertising for a tall, dark masterful mind to put on her skates and listen to her accordion . . . people suffering from "ego" can "Bob" out of her life . . . Choir, GAA. PAT CONROY . . . fancy Italian foods prepared by dear mom and consumed by her bosom friends, the "jugs," make this ollice manager happy . . . is all for joe, Miss Farr and Mrs. Soderberg . . . CAA. I GORDON CONTINE . . . noisy girls disturb this sleeping genius . . . he's the boy that rules out anything artiticial . . . momls cooking has no equal in "Cordv's" eyes . . . always ready to listen to Miss Dierks. ' DIAANE CONVILLE -. . . you'll find "De" at St. Tars' dances cooking up return trip to Florida with the "jugs" . . . shc's for the swimmer boy . . . Creen Cur- tain QSec.j, jr. Choir QSOC. Chairmanj, CAA., N.H.S. ELIZABETH COOK . . . this part time model will culminate her career as full time wife . . . hopes "Cascy" will be at the bat . . . meows at catty girls . . . Civic Ticket Representative, Star, Press Club, Choir, C.A.A. l l Page 92 JANET DI DONIENICO . . . "IIan's" traveling companion might be Sam . . . thinks conceit is obnoxious . . . thoughtful people, like her sister and Mr. Pitzele, are rated high . . , likes to hang with the gang . . . llallguard, G..-XA. ROBERT DI LEONARDI . . . A'llee" mixes art with sports and gets a bang otit of baseball . . . fans out sophisticated girls . . . dad is his ideal . . . praises Mr. Ruzicka . . . I.ettermen, Press, Quill and Scroll, Baseball, B.I.A., Class vice- presidetit. JEAN DI MEO . . . when you want to be all curled up, see "G," the future beauty specialist . . . loud people cau't operate in her parlor . . . Mrs. 'laglia and Rich are her permanent friends . , . GA..-X. CAROLE DISNEY . . . "Dix" hopes to be secretary to millionaire, and hopes she meets a life partner with the same rating . . . mom is her pal . . . piano playing is her talent . . . Band,C1iyisTicket, CLAHX. ceutiye , . . caters to jolly, sociable people who are not coucei TONY DONATO , . . "Donuts," the champion slumber "hombre," will awaken to the stuell of juicy steaks . . . Mrs. 'laglia and Grace tie for Iirst in his case .. . Sal is his pal . . . l.ettt-rmen. lfootball, IHA. JOYCE DONNONI . . . "Bob" better not bob tip late if he wants to eat this gal's pizza . . . friendly scrapping is her pastime . . , will concentrate on becoming a good cook . . . Hallguard, tiiyic Ticket, Library. CLA..-X. ANN DOYLE . . . little housewife Doyle's blood boils when feminine smokers enter her house . . . dancing with a certain blonde is her delight . . . mom's Italian spaghetti goes down easy . . . German, Hallguard, G.A.A. AUDREY DUCKHORN . . . "Aud's" hngers are worn from writing to Sam . . . her toes are sore from dancing . . . works overtime consuming ma's cooking . . . Pau American, Clhoir, Bowling. llallguard, Library. CAA. DEI-ORES CORCORAN . . . trumpet-player "Corky" blows her top at girls in boys' shirts . . . gram's pastries and Bill are delicious . . . would forsake the Concert band for wedding band . . . Red Cross, Orchestra, R.O. and Concert Bands. SHIRLEY COUPLAND . . . down-to-earth people interest "Shirl," the spaghetti eating secretary, who adores Mrs. Soderberg aml prefers pink and blue garments . . . does most anything for pastime . . . U..-XA. CAROLE CRANDALL . . . mom's banana pie is appealing to this skater . . . likes to glide close to the Lord . . . thinks two-faced people are to be feared . . . Spanish, Library, 1-lallguard, Hill., CLJXA. ARDITH CRITTENDEN . . . "Ardie" neyer tires of milk shakes . hopes to land in Purdue . . . will always be close to her parents . . . admires Mrs. -Ietlords and jo . . . Saddle Bouncers, Star, Spanish, GAA. ALICE CUCKA . . . i'Cuck" beefs about doing homework but nerer tires of -beauti- fying people . . . mom is her model . . . Mrs. lfrey gets free beauty service . . . likes people who are jolly . . . G..-X.A. RICHARD CYRIER . . . laugh at "l"reucliie's" corti-popping and you can share his pineapple feasts . . . hopes to make owning a business his goal . . . his foot- ball experience will help him hold the line. HARRY DALLIANIS , . . this future attorney has a case on basketball and football . . . enjoys the role of a spectator as well as a participant . . . long skirted girls are poor risks . . . De llorn is tops, CLARE DAUTEL . . . "Tootsie" delights in rounding up all her sociable gang for her famous coketail parties . . . this future stenographer despises conceit . . . iiuds Mrs. Ifausel good company . . . mom is a gem . . . German, G..-X..-X., N.H.S. GEORGE DEARING . . . "Beep" goes in deep for bowling . . . would love to become a second Ned Day . . . girls with a sense of humor are his pick . . . mom and dad are tops . . . Bowling, Spanish, B.I.A. BETTY DECKER , . . hardeto-tind "Bets" makes roaming her pastiiue . . . is allergic to staying put . . . hide-and-go-seek is her fayorite sport . . . adores mom . . . thinks Miss Mulqueen is a queen. JAMES DE HORN . . . this wrestler hopes to call quits at eighteen . . . will retire to open potato salad shop decorated in Silver and Green, and Miss O'Connor, the Queen . . . l're Medic. Red Cross, German, Soc. tlom., Marshall. GEORGE DEIVIETRION . . . "Herkie" calls Mrs. 'laglia and Bob to witness his weight lifting exhibitions . . . he enjoys hinuorous people and fried chicken . . . his life plans are in the architectural held. ...1952 FLORENCE DI VITO . . . 'tlflo's" favorite 'l'.V. programs feature good housekeeping . . . intends to make iuarriage her cancer . . . mom and dad furnish the in- tcd . . . K A A Page 93 JOAN DUDA . . . nurse jo" is at home on a horse's back . . . never tires of fried chicken . . . mom is her pet . . . admires Mr. I,awley . . . jr. Choir, Saddle Bouncers, Hallguard, G.A.A. . she'll probably act her own script . . . "Beta Fidelis' will be her first audience DIANNE DUNHAM . . . "Dottie" hopes to land behind the footlights . . Green Curtain, Star, Student Council, Saddle Bouncers, GA..-X. ANNE DU PREE . . . this peace loving maiden is anxious to take the long life's walk with UB" . . . no wedding invitations to show'ofl's . . . Girls' Choir, Pin and Ring Committee, Senior Prom, G.A.A. DONALD EDWARDS . . . women and nuclear physics are the subjects Don pursues . . . there's a "Bunny" in his life . . . just keep his lunch basket stocked with peanut butter sandwiches . . . Rifle Team, Picked Platoon. WILLIAM EDWARDS . . . "Bill" believes girls with spiritual desires are while . . . smoking girls are not his pick . . . he's the sport-loving kid . . . esteems Mr. Powers and "Doc" . . . Hi. C. CAROL EICHMAN . . . "Blondie," the x-ray technician, sets her machine on with top personality . . . Ted is the best yet . . . 1no1n is her delight . . . Red Cross, Bowling, G.A.A. ELAINE EINEKE . . . this pretty mermaid manages to keep her head above to eye Rodman . . . dives for hamburgers . . . features tank suits in orange and white . . . floats for Miss Kuebler . . . German, Adv. Swim, G.,-XA. ROBERT EPIFANO . . . "Epi," future chemist, hopes to win fame on the baseball field . . . has unfavorable reaction to women drivers , . . never tires of gobbling turkey . . . mother and Miss Farr win in popularity. ANNA ESPOSITO . . . eating ravioli with Artie and Mrs. 'Iaglia spells satisfaction for "Tootsie" . . . says "Goodbye" to loud people . . . aspires to be airline hostess . . . considers honesty a necesstiy for real success . . . G..-XA. MADELINE ESPOSITO . . . "Madge" likes to cadge with her Sister and Mrs. X'Vatson about southern fried chicken recipes . . . working has no charms for this maiden hostess . . . considers honesty a necessity for real success . . . GA..-X. PATRICIA EWALD . . . busy "Rick" selects Mrs. jeflords . . . mom and dad are her 'o . . . oes for French fries and shrimps . . . Dardanelles, Student Council, J Y fl Concert Baml, F.'I'.C. tPres.j, Library, R.O. Band, GAA., N.H.S. EDWARD EWERT . . . f'Ted," the young salt, is headed for the navy . . . he can bowl there . . . suggests a steak for high man . . . Miss Polka and dad ride the crest . . . Bowling, German. M418 G!ClS.S' worth a boy La tin, WVHICY hopes BARBARA FAIRBANKS . . . "Barb" would fence bookworm hnds time to bowl and gobble pizza . . Rolence is her favorite . . . aspires to nursedom in conceited people . . . this . mom is her all . . . Miss . . . German, GAA. MARILYN FAUST . . . to haul down a big bowling score with Patil as witness is this pizza eater's ambition . . . thinks her grandmother is precious . . . French, Jr. Choir, Lettergirls, Senior Prom Committee, G.A..'X. JOAN FERNANDES . . . "jo" and Bob, the Les Patil listening team, praise ma's cookery . . . levi-wearing girls irk her . , . keeping house for someone nice is her ambition . . . Concert and R.O. Band, Symphony Orchestra. DORIS FERNBACK . . . rolling spares and strikes with "Chuck" is Doe's relaxa- tion . . . latecomers are a nuisance , . . devonrs twinburgers and pizza . . . Aud's no fraud . . . dad's her lad . . . French, Bowling, Choir, Prom, Rifle Team, G.A.A. MARIE FERRANTE . . . 'fMare's'l man will have to help with the housework, while she teaches dancing at Art, Murray's . . . Mrs. Beach and Sis are her favorites . . . likes Chinese foods . . . Star Staff, Press, G.A.A., N.H.S. TED FIDUCCI . . . air-minded f'Oakie" has'nt time for smoking fems . . . per- sonality girls are his pick . . . rahwrahs for mom, dad and Mrs. 'llaglia . . . bowling keeps him rolling . . . B.l.A. GLORIANNE FISCHER . . . "Glory" is sorry for unrealistic people . . . mothering her baby brothers is this steak-eater's pastime . . . ready to exchange marriage vows . . . enjoys Miss YVhalen, Mrs. Beach and Barb . . . G..-X..-X. ELAINE FISHER . . . sleepy-time gal will wake up long enough to interpret for others and hide the dust cloth . . . Choir QTreas.j, Dardanelles, Adv. Swim, Bowling, Spanish, Hallguard Finance, G.A.A. Board, L.C.S., N.H.S. RICHARD FOLENA . . . this Hlayne King idol keeps a'fixing his car while mom watches his favorite stew a'cooking . . . Mr. Holm is his pal . . . Camera, Social Dance Committee, Key, Concert and R.O. Band, Campus Crew. Page 94 HUNIBERT FONTANA . . . college life appeals to Bert . . . prizes outings with his buddies . . , prefers damsels with good taste . . . chooses Mrs. -Iellords as spot-light "prof" .... Xl and Tony are his ravioli pals. CHARLES FRANKIAN . . . "Chuck," the dancer, likes petite, darkfhaired partner . . . hopes to be one of big ten college football players . . . mother is ideal . . . Scott is great . . . Letternien, Football, Basketball, Bowling, B.I.A. DEL ROY FREGA . . . "Dt-l's" love is diamond activity . . . yearns to become an outstanding player . . . strikes out girl smokers . . . prefers Mr. Lawley . . . mom and dad are his best friends . . . enjoys humorous girls , . . B,l..-X. GEORGIA FRENCH . . . baby sitting with baby sister consumes "George's" time . . . she'll be found behind the counter selling to Mrs. Beach and Mrs. Hege . . . potato salad is the best seller . . . Christ is her pattern . . . Starlets. JOYCE GALLIE . . . "Giggles" wiggles the Charleston for a mess of spaghetti and corn . . . rearing a family is her ambition . . . broken dates are her heartaches . . . Choir, Prom Committee, Dardanelles, Pep, GAA., N.H.S. LOUIS GARASI . . . "Lon," our South American brother and collector of rare stamps will be a shining star in the realm of engineering . . . considers Miss 'Ihorsson and Miss Landrigan close friends . . . idolizes his mother. DON GARCIA . . . "Rick's" pick is the sensible type girl who will be a good traveling companion when he lolllts the country, and who will be clad in a dress, not in drapes . . . favors Mr. Holm. BEVERLY GARON . . . "Bev" admires all teachers, but detests girls in drapes . . . this lover of fun will make a jolly secretary . . . enjoys pizza consumption with Ann, Betty and mom . . . Nlr. Groom's choir. WAUNETAH GAW . . . "Scjuiet's" frequent appearance at hockey games is noticed by a certain silent type boy . . . "Nil" is ideal . . . likes Mrs. Boughton . . . gum crackers are her annoyance . . . Library, Ollice Service, G.A..-X. MIRIANI GEBHART . . . "Mir," the miracle worker on ladies' clothes, turns her interest toward Biblical knowledge . . . prefers the type who refrains from drinking and smoking . . . admires jean Newman . . . German, Swim, Band, G.A.A. CA liz di R0 l ROLE GIBSON . . . roller skating is one of "Car's" chief sports . . . will try her sl BERT GIBSON . . . rushing people disturb this clarinet player's equilibrium B.I av th PA RO L, BERT GIESE . . . "Bill" is the bowling bee you'll find hovering around the 300 e TRICIA GILDARSKI , . . kind hearted l'at has a soft spot for the sick . . . will Il'L'l sti DO l. N GILLESPIE . . . "Don's" greatest pleasure is driving . . . thinks Mrs. Young lllll det esls girls who wear drapes . . . Choir. NIC bas orcl RIC CCS Mr S SUSAN GELLERT . . . "Sue's" ideal friend is Barb . . . her ambition is tied to campus life . . . her scorn is upon conceited people . . . has a yen for chocolate sodas . . . Dardanelles, Roller Skating, Spanish, G..-LA., N.H.S. NIARYANN GENDUSA . . . "Beezy," likes to "squeeLy" the accordion . . . this ideal receptionist welcomes Bliss McNamara, but closes the door to sloppy people . . . mother is the apple of her eye, and sincerity is a "must" . . . G..-XA. ...4g5Q id at a secretary's job . . . mom and dad surpass all others . . . especially ikes conceited boys . . . GMX..-X. . thoughtful, considerate people who enjoy sports and music are his friends . Soph and lfrosh Football, Track, Chess, Campus Crew, Bowling, R.O.'l'.C., A. rage . . . raps the "8 pin tap" . . . marvels at mom's patience . . . prefers petite blonde . . . Bowling, German, Stage Grew, B.I.A. it mom and Mrs. Gehant to tally apples . . . conceited people will get the k . . . goes out for bowling . . . GA..-X., Bowling. l Nliss Kilgour are line people . . . looking forward to ati engineer's role . . . K GRAIVIAROSSA . . . baseball t'Rosi" thinks women drivers are oil' their es . . . idolizes Stan Nlusial . . . xIim's the best pal . . . Mrs. 'laglia rates the nd . . . can tlnnk of nothing else but bat and ball. HARD GRANT . . . weight lifting is his lift in life . . . hopes the bell of suc- will ring for him . . . foods of all description go down easy . . . strong for Weaver and Miss lfarr. DEN SW il NA ha ins NCY GRIDER . . . "Nan's" future is wrapped around innumerable friends . . . s i NIS GRAUIVIANN . . . "Denny's" recipe for happiness includes golfing and nming . . . homework copiers get on his nerves . . . Mrs. Yotlng rates high he can't go wrong with Kurka as his buddy . . . Chess. her eyes on St Ol'tfs 'ind her mouth on ma'sl che 1" 'e abhors I. .. .,. .N rypi... ncerity . . . adores Bliss Ifarr . . . Latin, Choir, Bowling, Swim, L.C.S., G..-X..-X. Page 93 JEAN GRIPPE . . . tl1is rearer of little golfers scrambles for eggs Zlllll 1 dates witl1 li. and ll .... 1110111 is llCl' 'ttootsieu . . . Mrs. Watson is her "wt . . . Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom, Ring Cominittee, G.A.A., L.C.S, Choir JOHN GUERRA . . . .Iol11111y doesn't like snobbery, but goes for macaroni llllll ice cream . . . llflli no trouble sleeping . . . l1is n1illio11aire ideas keep him hopeful . . . teachers who are generous markers are his pals. HERMAN HACKER . . . tl1e quiet. athletic girl who will enjoy the lllllll motor boat pleases "lSutchf' big business man . . . smoking girls will be avoided . . . tl1i11ks Mrs. Schwartz is o.k .... ciCl'lH2l.I'l. . ollers her services as i11terior decorator to Miss Farr . . . stays clear of conceited people ELLEN HAGEN . . . "lil," pizza eating colleen, prefers tl1e Irish lads . . . . . 1110111 and dad co111e first . . . G..-XA. JOANN HALE . . . likes hale and hearty people like lllfllll . . . she's 11ot liCCIl on brotherly pranks . . . would like Mrs. jeffords to taste IHOIHYS chicken Camera, Dardanelles, Saddle Bouncers, Ci..-XA., N.H.S. DOLORES HALLINAN . . . this easy going miss hnds nothing to co111plai11 . . . even Payne is 11ot a pain . , . kept happy rustling around with llCIi five sisters . . . favors Mrs. Gehant . . . G.A.A, MARLENE HAMANN . . . tappi11g tl1e future with "Nap" provides pasti111e for "Marly" . . . lIl0lll,S l1eart of gold and pa's little temper makes life inter . . . appreciates Mrs. Fausel, and a tall blonde . . . Gertnati, G.A.A. JOAN HAlVllVlANG . . . can't bear loud people . . . they interfere with llCl' pop corn munching . . . hopes to be an ideal wife to a tall, blo11de, fun-loving guy . . . Prom Coinmittee, flC1'H1211l, Choir, CLA..-X. NORMAN HAlVlPE . . . drape clad girls make no l1it witl1 Norm, chanipion apple pie eater . . . to be a success is l1is ambition . . . devotes leisure to sports . . . Mr. Hol111 Zlllil Mr. Lawley are favorites . . . B.I,A. AUDREY HANSEN . . this nift' college co ed to-be specializes in fudfe st . . y, - - .1 . g . . . . . she's the clubby sort . . . Bowling, Star, Red Cross, Latin, Silver Streak, Sr. Girls' Choir, Prom Clonmiittee, GAA., N.H.S. JACK HANSEN . . . dear, if you expect to reach 111illio11aire row, yourself from slumber land llllil till vourself witl1 chili llllll pizza . . . llltllll is ihe inspiration . . . chooses Mr. Lakin A. . . B.I..-X. RONALD HANSEN . . . 'lRon" wouldn't llllllil livi11g forever, if he could keep 011 dancing Hlllll lIl0lIl Zlllll Mrs. 'l'aglia . . . would stop now Zlllll tl1e11 for witl1 his happy-go-lucky fl'lCllllS . . . lil.,-X. M418 G!ClS.S' louble motsie" of l1is about 'esting mdaes arouse ravioli MARILYN HARDER . . . slow-pokes make no headway with "Mickey," the Mlfrench friesl' eater . . . mother klllfl Miss Gruener are her best friends . . . enjoys Pat a11d Donna's company . , . Advanced Swim, Hallguard, CL..-X..-X. PEGGY HART . . . biscuit eating "Peg" will be hostess to l1er "rarebit" pal way up in the clouds . . , 11ot a gold-digger, but a personality seeker . . . admires Miss Rompf and Miss Farr . . . CLA..-X. JACQUELINE HEALY . . . 'fjackieu takes tl1e gloves witl1 Harry . . . will welcome I,0llCUgl'l11,S Xvedding March . . . nobby dressers appeal . . . ostracizes rude, sarcastic people . . . idolizes parents and Mrs. Fausel . . . Silver Streak Repre- sentative, GA..-X. BARBARA HECK . . . "Babs" is anxious to 11ab coneeited people . . . tl1i11ks Miss Polka could counsel them . . . jack is l1er pack of fllll . . . enjoys pizza eating with 1110111 Zlllll -jay . . . Hallguard, CL.A.A. LORRAINE HEDGES . , . "Lorrie" hedges oll conceited companions . . . cuts capers on ri11k Hlllll Nan . . . lucky is tl1e college tl1at l2lIlClS l1er . . . can't resist fried chick . . . devoted to pare11ts . . . Dardanelles, N.H.S., CL..-XA. CAROLE HEINE . . . step aside liroadway belles, l1ere comes Joanie llllil Carole U'llll tl1eir late date-makers to Illlllstj headlines . . . "klol1nny's" "convert" comes in lllllllly .... -X dv. Swim, Cheerleaders, l.ettergirls, I..C1.S.. Cl.A.A., Snooper. DONALD HELLWEG . . . future electrical engineer, Don, wires his affection to basketball Zlllfl lblllil . . . lll0lll lllltl dad are l1is shining lights . . . Pearle Suther- land gets tl1e orchid . . . ad111ires quiet. intelligent girls . . . Basketball, lil..-X. MICHAEL HEMSTREET . . . "Caballero Hamster" gets a kick out of l1orses . . . drea111s about becoming ricl1 so he can Sl1OYVCl' l1is wealth on 111on1 a11d Mrs. liertling . . . tl1e perpetual griper rates l1is scorn. GAIL HILLIS . . . tl1is equestrian would forsake tl1e bridle path for tl1e bridal gown a11y day . . . gay but sensible people are l1er flilCIlClS . . . smoking blondes are not welcome . . . Saddle Bouncers. Camera, G..-LA. Page 96 MARYLOU JACOBSEN . . . lfriday night roller skating is Mary's pastime , . . can't tolerate snobby people . . . sipping malts with Bill helps this capable stenographer perform a better job . . . mom and dad rate . . . G.A..-X. JOANNE JAHNKE . . . on the "jo" has a good secretarial's job in mind . . . likes to associate with pleasant people who do not complain of boredom . . mom is her pct . . . Red Cross, G..-LA. BARBDARA JAHNS . . . "Barbie's" typewriter gets a work out preparing for that new job . . . she refuszs conversation with baby talkers . . . dances with delight over her mom and dad . . . -lr. Choir, CLA..-X. RENETTA .IANASIEWICZ - - . Chop-suey lover "Renee" longs to drive her own car to all the outdoor sports with mom, dad and Mr. Sv ec as passengers . . , Barbara rates her close friendship . . . CA..-X. MARION JANIAK , . . this nonchalant lassie just moseys along life's path hoping to have fun and looking for good chopssuey restaurants . . . always finds con- solation in mom and dad . . . Choir, CLAA. JOEL JANIS . . . joel has a resentment for talkative teachers, bttt rates Mrs. llellords as unusual . . . is a hrst-class sleeper . . . between snores, concentrates on engineering and on becoming a Rockefeller . . . B.l.A. BERNADETTE JANUS . , . "Kitten" is smitten with a medical career . . . dotes on "l'll Hold You In My Heart" . . . scratches Ottt conceited people . . . prefers personality to money or looks . . . admires Mrs. Fausel . . . Choir, GAA. CASIMIR JAWORSKI . . . "Casey" would like to bat around North YVoods after his football legs give Otll . . . prefers the "Owls" to wise gttys . . . a friendly girl, not conceited, rates . . . Lettertnen, B.I.A. FRANK JIRAN . . . this man of the hunt recommends sleeping and fishing as a t0I11C for fault-finding people . . . wants to accumulate a million so he can be carefree . . . Lettermen, Cross Country. MARVIN HOBBS . . . "Maw" carves out good pastime on his musical implements . . . has eyes only for mttsic profession . . . Mr. Holm and Smetters are his favorite hot dogs . . . he's harsh on women drivers . . . jr. Achievement. NANCY HOFF . . . he will be a happy Harry if he tarries with "Nance" and pledges to refrain from use of profanity . . . spends leisttre moments with Mickey, her canine . . . Lettergirls, Adv. Swim, CD.A.A. TOM HOOKANSON . . . snappy t'Hook," the shutter bug and engineer, will design a special swimming pool for honest people only . . . late date keepers are tabooed , . . Camera, Press, Saddle Bouncers, Star, Bowling, B.I..-X. DON HORST . . . college days await "Red," the sport fan, who fans out bleached blondes . . . never refuses fried chicken . . . cast his vote for Mrs. -Ielfords and , .:e1tt1icsL counts with hitn . . . B.I..-X. JOANNE HUGHES . . . the boy with the sax will get the go sign from "jo" . . . thoughts of nurse's life "Bobs" up all the time . . . Pre Medic, Library. Bowling. German, L.C.S., KLA..-X. HOWARD IBELE . . . the crystal ball sees "Howie," the Lanza fan, a second VVal- green, chained to l00 stores specializing in fottntain delicacies . . . back slappers will be jerked out . . . credit goes to parents . . . Rifle, Picked Platoon. RAY INTERDONATO . . . future band leader, Rav, shies away from wise guys and girls . . . piano playing is his relaxation . . . likes any kind of food as long as there is plenty of it. JEANETTE INTREPIDI . . . an athletic boy cuts a figure with "jan," outstanding modeling stttdent . . . she's a Cub fan and a mama's girl . . . roots for Mrs. -Ieiliords . . . Green Curtain, Dance, Choir, GA..-X. Board. BARBARA IRONIMA . . . Florida sunshine beckons "Barbs," the competent phar- tnaceutical clerk . . . thinks conceited people are dopes . . . brother johnny is her ideal . . . prefers Mrs. Beach and Lorry . . . French, Hallguard, Swim, G.A.A. BONITA ISRAEL . . . if you care to be with Bonnie, crack not your gum . . . bring her pizza on her loafing hours . . . 'tShirl" belongs to her elite group . . . mom and Miss Silveri are dears . . . Hallguard, CL..-X..-X. ANNE IVASKA . . . to retire very young is appealing to "Bananas" . . . work isn't fascinating . . . pork chops are . . . searching for a boy with a prize-winning appetite . . . praises Mrs. Schwartz and the jets. ADELE JABLONSKI . . . witty boys who like pizza and don't show oil' are welcome to ride in Del's new convertible . . . she's anticipating a private secretary's job . . . idolizes mom . . . Polish. Ci..-X..-X, M1952 Page 97 DON JOHNSEN , . , "Tiny" has not time to spend on girls . . . prefers to con- centrate on engineering . . . gets fun out of loafing and eating . . . Mrs. and Mrs. Jefliords come in for praise. BRUCE JOHNSON . . . this turkey gobbler will get at the bottom of things when he starts mining that gold in Arizona . . . ma and pa will get first nuggets . . . the quiet miss shines for him . . . B.l.A. CLIFFORD JOHNSON . . . "Cliff" dwells on having a part time job . . . doesn't like to pinch pennies . . . talkative people are invited to share his roast duck . . . Gen. MacArthur and Mr. Lakin are favorites . . . B.l.A. JOAN JOHNSON . . . "Ding" rings for lobster tails when dining with the "Star Dusters" . . . bus-drivers exhaust her patience . . . is anxious to try stewardess job . . . idolizes mom . . . G.A.A. ROBERT JOHNSON . . . this lobster eating, horseback riding jockey recommends annihilation of cowboy drivers . . . hopes to operate an ambulance service . . . latches his friendship to Clatch . . . looks for individualism . . , admires Mrs. jeffords . . . Pan American, Bouncers. LARRY JOSLIN . . . loud screeching girls can tarry on the corner with where he hangs his shingle for his auto shop . . . signs will be red and green . . . dad will be his helper . . . Swim. RUTH JURWICK . . . nimble feet, the future nurse, spends time off at p thinks Mrs. jellords is swell . . . Doris rates as first pal . . . Bowling, G.A.A. IVIARYLOU JUSZKO . . . "Lou" will open a coke bar and treat her friends "Round-Up" . . . mom and "Tootsie" will be there serving the pizza . register later as a I1L11'SC . . . Library, G.A.A. JOAN KAHR . , . "Sue" will not disclose her secret ambition . . . this general food tester likes her mother and good looking people . . . loses patience with sloppy dressers . . . admires good humored creatures . . . German, G.A.A. CONSTANCE KARAS . . . "Blackie" misses sociable, friendly Mr. Ramsey . . . is anxious to close school doors and open doors of her place in the world . . . will leave gum crackers behind . . . mother is her angel. JOAN KASALLIS . . . water splasher Joan will swim into a good comptometer job . . . good natured fellows count with her . . . adds Mrs, Hege to her friendship list . . . mom is her pal . . . Swim, G.A.A., L.C.S. FRANK KAWSH . . . globe-trotter Frankie will miss "Stan's" sitting servi will campaign against D.A. hair Cllls for girls . . . shrimps have top place on the menu . . . admires Mr. Ruzicka , . . considers dad tops. lfausel Olll. H Larry izzarias Polish, at the . . will CC... PEARL KEHART . . . sister Rose is the f'lower of Pearl's life . . . Mrs. Hlatson is a gem . . . Mont Clare Herald gest fatter with Pearly's chatter . . . anxious to sing professionally . . . proud of parents . . . Star. WARREN KELLOG . . . "Kell," the orator, proclaims loyalty to Steimnetz . . . has talent as sports' writer . . . features mom and Mrs. -Ieffords . . . dotes on lobsters . . . Silver Streak, Star, Press, Quill and Scroll, Picked Platoon, N.H.S. DORIS KENIREIT . . . "Kemie" cares not to brush shoulders with moody people . . . would rather eat spare ribs and sauer kraut with her coke-imbibing friends . . . mother is a doll . . . craves success . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. ANNAIVIAE KENGOTT . . . "Ann" pans conceited people . . . planning on becoming a good secretary to a "big shot" . . . specializes in consuming twinburgers . . . prizes mom and Miss Grant . . . sensible boys will be considered . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. DANIEL KENNEDY . . . "Dan" will enter the advertising Held . . . would like to invent a leaning post for tired people . . . this friendly chap has the pepsi-cola habit . . . admires Miss Polka. RONALD KERN . . . "Cowboy" spurs his way into the baseball world . . , passes up leeches . . . stops to admire the cute type . . . never tires of sleeping and hamburgers . . . German Club, B.I.A. KATHY KIMNIICH . . . little "Kitty" purrs sweetly at neat boys, but bristles at unthoughtful people . . . dancing will help ease her nursing career . . . has the travel bug . . . Saddle Bouncers, Star Staff, G.A.A. HAROLD KIRCHHARDT . . . "Harry," the restauranteur, will marry a sociable, honest maiden . . . has no time for girls who hang on street corners and smoke . . . admires Mr. Thompson . . . Key, Lettermen, Roller Skating, Track, Foot- ball, B.I.A. DONNA KISSANE . . . thick malted milks with sister Marge fatten up this future dictation taker . , . conceited people are disgusting . . . mom and dad are her loyal friends . . . likes considerate boys . . . Cheerleaders, L.C.S., G.A.A. Page 98 dad, spell contentment . . . Mrs. Watson is a dear. girls in drapes . . . admires Miss Polka . . . IHA., Bowling. sleeping and eating momls cookery . . . Choir, B.I.A. Prom Committee, Dardanelles, Pep, Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. cakes . . . admires Mrs. Fausel . . . Hallguard, German. thinks Miss Farr would cheer-up the parlor . . . Pre Medics. lmy her chicken may have her attention . . . C.A.A. German, B.I.A. . . . mom is her pet . . . Polish, Library, G.A.A. lfarr, mom and Sherry. tnom and dad . . . selects Mrs. Beach . . . GAA. Q I AUDREY KRAMER . . . "And" has great respect for Mrs. Schwartz . . . she's her mom's girl . . . her gang chases away the blues . . . salutes the humble people . . . her preferred male must be a good dancer . . . G.A.A. JOHN KRECKER . . . "jack," the florist, gives orchids to Mrs. Jelfords and Mrs. Taglia . . . has cultivated the art of fishing with little Georgie . . . any food suits him . . . mom and dad are the best . . . Bowling, B.I.A. DOLORES KREZEL . . . Richard's dancing feet get in "Dee's" way . . . will try to land in an ollice near a pierogi stand . . . will treat mom and dad and Miss Farr . . . Jr. Choir, Polish, G.A.A. MARION KROMEICH . . . "Peanuts" hopes to nab a man soon who will ring the weddings bells for her . . . rink dates with "Bob" spell fun for this chicken eater . . . orchids to Mrs. Alverson. MARY KUHNS . . . when "Marr" achieves the art of driving she'll pass up gum snappers . . . Mrs. Schwartz will rate a ride . . . mom will pay the bills . . . prefers neat dressers . . . Star. DENNIS LACKOWSKI . . . "Den" hopes to attract crowds to his night club to witness his weight-lifting feats . . . chop sncy will be the dish featured . . . short considerate girls will be the waitresses. ROBERT LADA . . . "Bob" doesn't fancy work, but knows he has to, when he picks a good girl about his own age who'll make him nice warm dishes on cold evenings . . . orchids to Miss Gruener. CHARLES LAKE . . . "Hot Dog" barks at too much make tip on the girls . . . he's mom's cake-eater boy . . . enjoys good conversationalists . . . dad is above par . . . admires Mrs. Schwartz . . . Green Curtain, B.I.A. VIVIAN LAKE . . . "Vicki," the little secretary, takes time off for a skate with "Bob" . . . esteems people who keep their word . . . Kathleen and Mary rate her friendship . . . never refuses fried chicken. 'Page 99 L IRENE KLIMA . . . "I" defies conceited people to come close . . . frolicking at the i "Hub" with athletic boys and consuming steak with her best pals, mom and RICHARD KNIPPEL . . . "Dick's" heart ticks for his kind grandfather . . . when he packs his grip for California trip, motn's cake will be on top . . . can't stand CHARLES KNUDSON . . . bossy people get on "CIhuck's" nerves . . . has his heart set on a brown-eyed miss . . . hopes to enter into business . . . has no trouble JEAN KOETKE . . . dancing to Harlem Nocturne is "Ket's" best bet . . . has het hook Olll for a good man , . . mom. dad. Miss Farr and pizza are favorites . . HERBERT KOLOSEIK . . . the little pill and big ball are scads of fun for big business man "Herb" . . . has no time for lazy bones . . . never tires of delicious LEON KORDELL . . . "Lee's" future is a still one . . . he'll hang his mortician sign right next to a fried chicken shop . . . wouldn't mind embalming braggards . . LORRAINE KOSTER . . . that certain someone gives "Lor" writer's cramp . , inquisitive people are "nosed" out of her life . . . a regular "he" man who will RONALD KOTFILA . . . better pronounce this chap's name correctly . . . swimming is his favorite sport . . . enjoys munching hamburgers with his pals . . . hopes his engineering dreams will materialize . . . favors mom and Miss Polka . . CECILIA KOWALIK . . . love-bird "Scotty" cheeses her pizza and can step to a lively'polka . . . looking for a stiwgraphic jolf. . . Mrs. Miahan interesi her AUDREY KOZELUH . . . wedding bells! please ding-dong soon for "And" . . willing to take on housework in place of homework . . . is mad about dad . . . ice-skating is her fad . . . likes compatible boys . . . G.A.A. PAUL KRAFT . . . to span the English Channel is "joe's" ambition in life . . spaghetti keeps him in good humor . . . gum crackers irk him . . . favors Miss CLARA KRAKOWSKI . . . high in personality boys with an athletic frame is K1lare's ideal . . . woe to knuckle crackers . . . modeling is her line . . . devoted to 1952 MARYANN LANGLOIS . . .'ACookie" likes to play hooky with K.K.'s and hit the I trail . . . engineering and bleached hair are topics of conversation . . . mom and I tlad get praise . , . Choir, Silver Streak, Red Cross, C..-LA. ARLENE LANSING . . . anxious to walk to the strains of "O Promise Me". . . avoids high and mighty people . . . Harry and marry rhyme sweetly for this hamburger consumer . . , admires her parents . . . Choir. CAA. MARIE LA PIANA . . . "Ria" is the eating kid . . . mounds of ice cream melt quickly on her tongue . . . loud people bother her . . . mom is supreme . . . admires considerate boys . . . secretarial work will be her livelihood . . . C.A,A. WILLIAM LAROCCA . . . there's nothing dinky about Pinky's plates of pizza . . . considering engineering himself into a good job . . . frolics about with the boys . . . mom is his best girl . . . cheers for Miss Polka . . . Football, Spanish, B.l.A. NANCY LARSON . . . sorority sisters stir up fond memories in "Nan's" head . , . dances and skates to perfection . . . headed for ll. of I .... is strong for black coffee . . . Pre Medics, Dardanelles, Concert Band, GAA., N.H.S. CAROL LAVNICK . . . this policewoman will take her club to homework girers . . . athletic boys arrest her attention . . . goes gunning for pizza . . . mom and dad get best protection ..., -X dv. Swim, Choir, Bowling, C..-MA., L.C.S., Silver Streak. G.A.A. Board. CAROLE LE FEVRE . . . keep your aches and pains to yourself when this partner of Wlally is around . . . favors Mrs. -Iellords . . . doesn't know what she wants to be . . . admires parents . . . GAA. ESTHER LEHMANN . . . mom's little "kitchen" eater enjoys sacred music . . . thinks girl swearers are vulgar . . . prefers to walk in Christ's footsteps . . . will earn her living by transposing . . . parents are O.K .... CAA. JAMES LEON . . . jolly girls can be jim's dancing partners . . . thinks fag-bags are distasteful to look at . . . expresses a desire to retire before he begins . . . idolizes parents and Mr. lfrelich. AUDREY LEVAN . . this model ballerina thinks Jublic clemonstration of affection l . . j . 1 is out of place . . . long walks and reading are enjoyed . . . father and mother are tops . . . Mr. W'eaver is her friend . . . Latin, Sayre Booster. BETTY LEWANDOWSKI . . . "Bet's" special food is dates with johnny . . . takes her gun to ladies in men's clothing . , . wraps her devotion around dad . . . a boy who tries is her pride . . . C..-LA. LOIS LICHTER . . . 'L'I'ootie's" mother and Mrs. XVatson are supreme . . . neatness is a "must" enjoys evenings with Bill is stron for athletics and chicken . . . has eyes on-secretarial job . Adv. Swihiri,-Ci.ri.A, g UHQ G!Cl.S'.S' ,C ...wnmi HARRY LIEN . . . gum chewers better watch their figures when this C.P.A. gets their nmnber . . . strong for navy blue and Miss Farr . . . just wild about mashed spuds and pork loin . . . B.I,.-X., EDWARD LIESKE . . . mom and dad will have plenty fresh air when Ventilating lid gets going . . . coddles his jalopy . . . prefers to chum with well dressed girls, like "Sis" . . . Roller Skating, Key, B.I.A. DIANE LINDAHL . . . warbling popular ditties for a certain race driver and meet- ing at the Castle suits "lJeano" . . . sings parents' praises . . . thinks Miss Cruener is top number . . . her heart is set on purple . . . GA..-X. . DOLORES LINDENSCHMIDT . . . 'KDee," the coming buyer and pizza eater, considers prevaricators poor patrons . . . looks forward to outings with "Bob" . . . mom and dad deserve praise . . . Miss Bergh is the chosen teacher . . . G.A.A. DON LINDGREN . . . gold digger Don goes for T.V. and outdoor theatres . . . has notions about building his own home in liranston after he makes his first million in the electronic field. GORDON LORENZ . . . "Corky" doesn't date the gold-digger . . . people with drags seeking favors irk this future ensign . . . mom's cooking is tops . . . pop is the best pal . . . Saddle Bouncers, Camera, Orchestra, Campus Crew. KENT LOWMAN . . . you'll Iind Ken under his car doing a lixing job . . . he's looking for a chemical engineers job . . . admires Miss Polka and feasts on cauliflower . . . strong for brother Bill. RICHARD LOY . . . English is "Dick's" bugbear . . . nobody wants to avoid this hard working draftsman . . . jim is his side-kicker . . . Mr, Spikings sets the pattern . . . beloved mom furnishes the pizza. WILLIAM LYNAM . . . boisterous girls interfere with YVilly's driving . . . an up and coming lassie who likes to be on the go attracts this Annapolis headed pizza eater . . . admires dad and Mrs. Crane. Page 100 CHARMAINE MEWS . . . "Char" links her fun with lfred pushing the golf ball around . . . laboratory will be her workshop . . . disdains loud people . . . Choir. Hallguard, l"re Medic, G.A.A. Board, Red Cross, CL..-LA. DONNA MEYERS . . . to be a successful driver is "lJon's" dream . . . wonders who keeps "I's" line so busy . . . this sport fan adtnires a good athlete . . . Bowling, Choir, Hallguard, Election Committee, CL..-XA. GLORIA MICHALEK . . . honest, trustworthy boy is what tialcttlatot' "Glory" is calculating on . . . chalks up O.K. for potato chips , . . crosses out coneeited people . . . holds mom and dad in high esteem . . . CIAA. JOHN MILANO . . . this good dancing partner wants to make good in life . . . thinks a beautiful ballerina could hel 1 him has great respect for brother . . . . .1 . . . .. . . . Mrs. Jellords and joe rate . . . Student Council CI'res.j RICHARD MILLER . , . "Dick", the lisher-boy, might tackle basketball supplies when he becomes that super-salesman . . . looks to Mr. Lakin as his first customer . . . puts no price on mont and dad. AGNES MOE . . . double-faced people are shttnned by this Hollywood Rink patron . . . prefers to follow in the I.ord's steps . . . a tall dark doctor is her heart balm ...G.A.A., Ht K.. ARDYCE MOE , . . spreading God's kiugdotn through fire little Sunday school boys and debating with law students amuse this lover of lkorsch . . . mom and Miss Gruener are the cream . . . G..X.A., Hi C. SHIRLEY MORRISON . . . put a chicken in the oven. a needle in her hand. a 'l'.V. set at her disposal, mom and dad beside her, and you'll satisfy 'fShirI," the Soderberg fan . . . G.A.A. MARY MORTENSEN . . . sincere Mary, a lassie with little to say and tnuch to do. has the right bedside manner for nurse's job . . . idolizes her folks and Miss Polka . . . French. Band, GA..-X., N.H.S. JOAN MAC CRIMMON . , . this lassie aims to attend college . . , will take her cokes with her . . . is looking for a tall, dark buddy . . . thanks mont and dad . . . Dardanelles. Latin, Bowling, Choir, Red Cross, G.A.A,, N.H,S. SYLVIA MALATIA . . . 'tSyl" has no titne for "sloppily" dressed boys . . . picks Mrs. Monahan as the best dressed "prof" . . . there's something "Rich" about this chicken addict . . . adores motn and dad . . . G.A.A. DOLORES MALENIUS . . . "Dee-Dee" will blossom forth with her own Flower Shop . . . cokes will be served opening night . . . mother is her precious rose . . . Mrs. YVatson is her forget-me-not . . . Hallguard, C-erman, CLA..-X. MARTHA MARCHEL . . . ererybody's pal "Marty" is a "wil" on the rink . . . eating pina with a certain blonde is recreation supreme for this detester of D..-X .,.. worships her parents and Miss McNaniara . . . UA..-X, RONALD MARINARO . . . "Crazylegs" linds fttu going about with his boy com- panions . . . a sociable girl gets a date occasionally providing she lets him do the smoking . . . dad's his friend . . . admires Mrs. Alrerson . . . B.I.A. I' JO ANNE MARTENS . . . "joanie" likes to dance with her cronies . . . rides with Dick aret1't bad . . . Broadway is "CZaroling" her to hurry . . . Mrs. XVatson is a peach . . . a wavy black-haired athlete appeals . . . GAA. CLARENCE MARTIN . . . "Marty" is a smarty when it comes to dancing . . . he's interested in locating a wealthy widow whose money he could spend , . . his main dish would be southern fried chicken. PHILIP MAY . . . "Red", the basket maker, "bawls out" pesty gum crackers . . . is determined to own his own bttsiness . . . his chicken dinner guests will be mom, and Mr. Holm . . . German, l3.I.A. JEANETTE MCCARTY . . , "jean's" pal, Caroline, her treasure, mom, her favorite dessert, strawberries, her pastime, dancing, her court reporting job, all spell contentment for t-his tnaiden . . . jr. Choir, GAA. I ROBERT MCCUTCHEON . . . fly-high "Red" has his mind on billiards , . . stubborn women will never catch him . . . quiet girls are the ones he picks . . . just bring out that spaghetti for Dick and Joe. JOAN MEIER . . . 'A-Io's" life seetns to be all "jugged" up . . . her pizza appetite, with steak as a side dish, would scare away any tall, dark, and handsome one . . . mom is tops . . . German, G.A.A. JAMES METTE . . . "Slim", the model painter, goes gunning for a respectable ambitious tnaiden , . . old acting young people annoy him . . . believes a guy must have security before proposing marriage . . . admires Mr. Pitzele. H1952 Page lOl GLORIA NIUCZYNSKI . . . "Toot" will feature New lira products in her K.K. meet- ings . . . frowns at perpetually scowling faces . . . admires Mrs. Jellords . . . devoted to mom and dad . . . Concert and R.O. Band . . . Dardanelles, F.T.A., G.A.A., N.H.S. FRANK MUNAO . . . this constructor of large edifices hopes to land in millionaire's row . . . his hunting and hshing hobby keeps him busy . . . rates dad as ideal . . . prefers the company of good dancers . . . Saddle Bouncers. JOAN NACCARATO . . . "4Io's" ambition is a bit cloudy . . . thinks mom and Mrs. Taglia would televise well . . . says coming late is a bad habit . . . likes to be with friendly people . . . G.A.A. ARI-INE NACHBAR . . . "Sgel" hopes the door of Dick's heart opens easier than his car door . . . has strong brotherly love . . . her private secretary job will help her to buy shrimps . . . Choir, G.A.A. GLENN NADIG . . . "Crisco", the champion pie eater, dotes on dancing, but scorns late date keepers . . . likes an amiable girl who will help him along . . . prefers mom and dad to all others. ARLENE NELSON . . . "Ar" would go far for a sincere friend . . , will be secretary to a pizza manufacturer . . . "livers" will be her's forever . . . dotes on skating. swimming and Miss Rolence . . . Swim, G.A.A. JEANNE NEWMAN . . . pretty Jean with the sterling character loves enchilladas and all teachers , . . South America intrigues her . . . adores Vern . . . Saddle Bouncers, Choir, Pan American, Dardanelles, Pin and Ring, Star, C..-XA., N.H.S. PHILIP NOVAK . . . "Phil" will pick a non-smoking chick who has a sense of humor and a flare for swimming and cherry pie . . . Star QEd.j, Swim, Red Cross, Quill and Scroll, Vis. Ed., N.H.S. QPres.j WILLIAM OHLSON . . . "YVilly's" fascination for the pig-skin sport might land him in millionaire row . . . his "fran" will always be well groomed . . . he'll feed her roast beef and mashed potatoes . . . Football. ROBERT OHLUND . . . "Oley" will soon become a t'Roley-poley" if he spends his leisure eating and sleeping . . .V pro-football ambition spurs him on . . . Mr. Holm wins his admiration . . . likes nice girls . . . B.I.A. DONNA OLDHAM . . . dreaming of riding in a convertible chasing long hnger nail wearers is Donna's pastime . . . her career is typist and housewife . . , Mrs. Schwartz is understanding . . . so is mom . . . CLAA. LOIS OLLER . . . rude, noisy people are poor companions for this fashion expert . . . prefers the company of mom and dad . . . Miss Grant is her style . . . strawberry shortcake is top dish . . . Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. LMTLQ G!ClSS MALCOLM ORD . . . truthful, honest individuals will inherit 'tMack's millions . . . prefers boys' company . . . has no trouble loating , . . nerer refuses food . . , Mrs, Taglia and his parents mean much to him . . . B.I.,-X. JOYCE OSTROWSKI . . . determined people are no pleasure to "Joy" . . . you'll hnd her nose in a magazine when she's not stepping with Iiarl . . . a job looks good, but marriage is better . . . G.A.A. MARGARET PALOIAN . . . Marge is thankful for her understanding father and her "heart of gold" mother , . . will answer to "Maggie" only when joe calls . . . stenography is her calling . . . Civic Ticket, Hallguard, CLA..-X. EUGENE PARKER . . . juicy steak consumer, "Red", would like a try-out at Indianapolis 500 mile race . . . will whizz by smoking damsels . . . baseball is his second love . . . blondes are preferred . . . admires Mr. Lawley. MARILYN PARLOPINO . . . "Maru has lofty notions of becoming a Spanish inter- preter for the Pan Am. Airways . . . admires "Moe", the basket weaver . . . mom's pizza is great stull' . , . -Ir. Choir, Spanish, G..-XA. GEORGE PARROTT . . . "Beaky", the movie fan, takes his pal Ray along . . . Miss Farr gets the orchid , . . has his mind set on engineering job . . . goes for steaks in a big way . . . German. FAUSTINO PECORA . . . "lfaust's" ravioli diet makes muscles to help him hike those weights . . . wants to lift himself into the business world . . . gets out of the way of women road hogs . , . Latin Club. GERALDINE PELLA . . . "lIerrie", SU'3WbCl'ry pie eater, solicits "Larry's' help in dish washing . . . would rather be a secretary . . . raves about pastime with the t'Braves" . . . Mrs. Jeffords takes the prize . . . Red Cross, C,A.A. MARILYN PETERSON . . . an oflice job where she can eat pizza and spaghetti and buzz for Bernice and Gloria is what UMar" is out for . . . bans conceit . . . worships Mrs. Soderberg. Page 102 JAMES RAMICONE . . . drape clad girls makes -Iim, the college dude, see red . . . s Jorts is his diversion . . admires 'imbition in the opposite sex . . . thinks boys 1 . . . . . are more interesting than girls . . . Italian, B,l.A. DONNA RANNALS . . . table -finisher, Donna, lives to eat . . . Mr. Lawley can share her food . . . mom is her modest violet . . . her days as stewardess will be made pleasant by a plate of stew . , . G.A.A. JOAN REGAN . . . when looking for beauty hints, consult "Regie", famous cosmetician and beauty culturist . . . says gum chewers wreck their good looks . . . Miss lfarr will be her hair-stylist . . . music will accompany hair-driers ROGER REIDENBACH . . . "Elbows" wants to elbow himself out of school and into a good job . . . quiet well mannered girls are appealing . . . dotes on dumplings . . . Track, Cross Country, I.ettermen, Basketball, German, Council, IHA. JEROME REUSSOW . . . college minded -Ierry is hard on poor drivers. but easy on chicken . . . goes in for soft ball performance . . . will stick with Dick and Mr. Holm . . . strong for truthful lassies. LOUISE RIFF . . . you'll watch your mental quirks when psychiatrist "Rifl"' has a till with you . , . deplores hypocrites . . . admires Mr. Henze and Miss Landrigan . . . Green Curtain, Choir, Dardanelles, Hallguard, Latin, N.H.S. NIARYANN RINALDI . . . drinking cokes with "Chexs" and sparring with girl "cig" fiends keeps "Mar" going . . . has secretarial ambitions . . . mom, dad, Miss 0'Connor and pizza are her favorites , . . llallguard, C..-XA. JAMES RING . . . music maestro jim sounds away with his trumpet proclaiming to the world his accomplislnnent in music . . . Mrs. Ieflords is his "honey chile" . . . Band, Stage Crew, Campus Crew, Social Center Committee. RALPH RINK . . . girls that smoke put a kink in Rink's disposition . . . Purdue is his long-range view . . . angles for good hshing parties with dad and Mr. Spikings . . . Football, Track, Letternien. DEI-PHINE PETZKE . . . to be an important cog in the wheel of business is "Del's" ambition . . . finds all teachers great . . . can't tear herself from her 'I'.V. set . . . admires intelligence . . . Polish, G.A.A. JOAN PIEKARSKI . . . crystal ball sees her on a long journey with Roy . . scratches catty girls from her mailing list . . . admires go-getters and Betty . . . relishes pizza . . . Choir, GAA. GEORGE PINDERSKI . . . "Little George", the sprinter, teams up well with mom and dad . , . could smother himself with pork chops well gravied . . . thinks C.'l'..-X. schedules are off base . . . Lettermen, 'l'rack, Polish, Red Cross, Star. YVONNE PLUCKEBAUM . . . "Rickey" rates herself lucky being with "Rich" . . . will type when time is ripe . . . a chocolate malt makes her halt . . . treasures mom, dad and Miss Mulqucen . . . admires neatness . . . G..-XA. FLORENCE PLUMMER . . . "Sue" coos over ma's roast beef . . . shc's a faithful hxture at the '1Socials" . . . famous for rooting . . . has globe trotting yearnings . . . drools over mom and Miss lfarr . . . German, Hallguard, CAA. ARTHUR POLLMAN . . . "Art" is blue when he thinks of graduation . . , his career is uncertain, but it might be in Uncle Sam's oflice . . . admires all teachers . . . irked by people who hand in material late. THERESE PORAN . . . sitting over a coke in Als, planning ways to quiet down loud people, is this pizza eater's pastime . . . dead head boys have no appeal for "Terry" . . . mom's the berries . , . GAA. DORIS POSSEHL . . . this star gym teacher will give setting up exercises to gum crackers . . . Elaine, mom and Miss Dierks get the highest points . . . goes for pizza . . . Pan American, Bowling, Hallguard, G.A.A. CHARLES PRICE . . . "Chuck's" head is dizzy with golf and roller skating . . . "Dawn,' brightens his life . . . goes for Danish foods . . . mom and Mrs. Schwartz are his palsf . . disappToves of girl drinkers. ' ' ' ' BERNADINE PULTORAK . . . "Bernie" has her litre cast for that certain man . . . perpetual complainers disguest her . . . mom and dad are top-notchers . . . dotes on swimming . . . athletic boys win respect . . . Hallguards, CA..-X., Polish. RICHARD PUMILIA . . . getting good scoops on "hoop shooters" is the aim of "Dick" . . . conceit is out . . . roast beef is in . . . Mrs. jeflords is 0.k. . . . Star, Press, I.ettermen, Quill and Scroll, Class pres., Basketball, B.I.A., N.H.S. GRAYCE PUTTKOVER . . . good-looking is cooking up a nice secretary's job for herself , . . Miss Farr will get free typing . . . strikes out gum crackers . . . Jr. Choir, Dardanelles, Library, Spanish, Office, C.A.A., N.H,S. ...495Q Page 103 RONALD ROEN . . . although "Ron" relishes loahng, he is on the alert for a I good job . . . could live well without homework, but not without chicken . . . I favors Mr. Lakin. SHIRLEY ROLLO . . . "Shirl's" pen pal t'Rog" irks her when he's late . . . forgives him if he brings her pizza . . . riches allure her . . . mom and dad are aces . . - Miss O'C0nnor comes next . . . 1-lallguard, C.A.A. ELAINE ROMADKA . . . travel bug 'KCrippy" goes dippy over "gram's" pizza . . . double dates with jean are her pastime . . . creatures who break appointments upset her . . . dotes on athletic "Bob" type . . . Bowling, Spanish, tL.A.A. GERALD RONINIE . . . "jerry", the wrestling kid, will swim out for that college degree . . . eats scale-tipping foods . . . has great respect for parents and Mr. Holm . . . enjoys people with a sense of humor . . . German, B.I.A. O "Phil" likcs to sir it thc " ausc thtt refreshes" has no PHYLLISROSG .la - p' z ' patience with late people , . . admires polite courteous boys . . . headed for a secretary's job . . . idolizes mom . . . llallguard, GAA. PHYLLIS ROTHSCHILLER . . . doubting lhornases and tall tale tellers can't bank on "Phil" . . . likes things calm and easy in her swank business office . . . mom is her dream . . . Choir, Quill and Scroll, Press, German, C..-XA., N.H.S. THERESA RUGGERO . . . "Terry", the sleeper, hopes she'll wake up long enough to attend her own wedding, and make pizza for her friend, Mrs. Taglia . . . mom is tops and sincere people are admired. SHIRLENE RUSH . . . inconsiderate people put "Shirl" in a whirl . . . seeks sensible boy friends . . , favors Miss Haley . . . looking hard for a good secretarial job . . . dotes on her mom . . . Saddle Bouncers, C.A.A., N.H.S. JOHN RYAN . . . "Chinka-john" needs no sedatives to get to sleep . . . Miss O'Connor will get free milk when this dairy farmer starts a'milking . . . smoking girls are ignored. JOAN SAKLAK . . . when "Sadsack" stands nigh, be choosey about your words . . . this model volley ball player considers brother K'Rich" the salt of the earth . . . Mrs. jeffords is the pepper. GLENDORA SANDELL . . . f'Red's" recipe tryouts and quilting parties keep her out of mischief . . . God's will is her will . . . is fond of dad . . . Mrs. jellords is a peach . . . Choir, Dardanelles, Starlets, GAA., N.H.S. SAM SANSONE . . . school is Sam's favorite pastime . . . enjoys studying more than anything else . . . hopes to travel around the world in a homemade jeep . . . considers parents his best friends. M418 G!ClSS ELAINE SANTOGROSSI . . . 'KLittle One" left before the big day . . . couldn't stand gum crackers . . . went looking for good spaghetti and Thomas james . . . hopes to act the housewife role . . . favors Mrs. Schwartz. NADA SAVOVICH . . . "Nad's" fad is correspondence with a secret pal . . . gets her vitamins from spare ribs . . . hopes to see no nail biters at U.C.L.A. . . . fond of mom and dad . . . Silver Streak, Spanish, C.A.A. EDIIIIOND SCALZITTI . . . "Seal", the music lover, hopes to scale the commercial art1st's ladder , . . always has space for sweets . . . bars the "I told you so type" . . . boss is his perfect tone . . . Orchestra, Chamber Music. I GLORIA SCARPELLI . . . "Scarp" is sharp on sleeping and homework . . . looks forward to being a success . . . mom and dad are models . . . contends conceit detracts from one's personality . . . Hallguard, Library, Office, CA..-X. CHARLES 'SCHADEN . . . "Chuck", stars on the Star . . . late dead-line meeters are y a nuisance. . . watch for Schaden's column . , . will feature Mrs. jeflords . . . Quill and Scroll, Star, Press, Key QV. l'res.j, Green Curtain. ALANIO SCHAEFER . . . "Bob" dabbles in loaling, lishing and reading . . . relishes a good argument, and dishes with good aroma . . . a rugged girl will help him work out his ambition . . . German. DE.NNIS, SCHIRIVIER "Denny" isn't worth a penny if he misses his I2 winks . . . this printer hopes to have many pressing engagements so he can buv chicken for his brother and Mrs. Jeffords . . . Stage Crew. i RICHARD SEHIVIIQ . . . "Dick" would draft all women smokers . . . his draftsman's job will bring him plenty of greenbacks . . . has great attachment to railroading of all kinds . . . Model Railroad, Orchestra, Chamber Music. BETTYLOU SCHIVIITT . . . "Chicks" cabinet of dog and horse statues is the talk of the town . . . conceited people will receive no admittance . . . Miss Fosse tops all others . . . Jr. Achievement, Saddle Bouncers, Choir, G..-XA. Page 104 HELENE SMITH. . . "Candie" sweetens up on double dating . . . will broadcast against tardy people and for Brtmo's pizza . . . misses Mr. Ramsey . . . tall, athletic boys appeal . . . Green Curtain, Library, Office Helper, GA..-X. JACOB SOMMERS . . . "jake" shakes oll' people who try to push him . . . bugling in a college in a far flung land is his destiny . . . mom is his ideal . . . Mrs. Brennock rates next . . . German, B.I.A. WILLIAM SPARKS . . . a glib gabber will suit "Bill", the coming marine architect . . . show-oflis make no hit . . . food consumption is his favorite pastime . . . appreciates an easy going girl, and Mr. Vlestergreen. RICHARD SPETKA . . . friendly, common sense girls who'll appreciate his musical talent and his baseball performance are the type for "Big Dick" . . . lead him to those pork chops . . . Polish, Choir, B.l.A. MARY ELLEN SPILLANE . . . "Mare" has the plaid complex . . . flowers are her favorite accessory . . . Don gets plenty of time . . . nlom and dad are honeys . . . treat dressers rate . . . so does Mrs. Monahan . . . lfrench. G,A..X., N.H.S. EDMUND SPLETZER . . . "Spletz", coming business man, enjoys chopping on the links . . . is disgusted with teen age speedsters . . . dad's his pattern . , . favors Mr. Havlicek . . . Quill and Scroll, German, Press. Band, Lettermen, Swim, Golf, B.I,A. JOHN SRAIVIEK . . . "Sonny's" disposition is disturbed when his date appears without stockings . . . strawberry pie puts him in good humor . . . mechanic's life for him . . . thinks Miss Polka is a very understanding person. EVELYN STAMOS . . . sharp dressers and good dancers are "Sparkie's" pals . . hopes for a successful life . . . eherishes the memory of her church friends . . admires Mrs. Gehant and l'at . . . pizza for her . . . KL..-X..-X. MARY STEFFEY . . . will enjoy real fun in tackling her nnrse's job . . . baits the hook with beef steak to catch a certain "Bill" . . rolls her vote for Mr. Henze . , . . I . . . scorns fishy friendship . . . GAA. ELAINE SCHOEFERNACKER . . . "Sho" is sure out against those braggers . . . she's headed for stenographer row . . . likes Mrs. Schwartz . . . athletic males are admired . . . mom is her dear . . . fried chicken tis good picken' . . . GAA, CAROLYN SCHULTZ . . . little SCCl'CI2ll'y "Carrie" is quite satisfied with the world . . . mother, Mrs. Beach and pizza are enough for her . . . sensible, honest boys attract her . . . devoted to sorority pals . . . U.A.A. SHIRLEY SCHULZE . . . come to "Shirl" and .Ioan's celebration when they open their own store . . . strawberry parfait will be served . . . good dancing will climax the night . . . parents will be honored . . . Choir, lfrench, CL..-LA. JAMES SCOTT . . . millionaire idea "Scotty" does a pretty good job of consuming Mas steaks and chunuuing around with the boys . . . considers Pat good com- pany . . . mom and dad are ideal . . . Football, Basketball. Lettermen. B.I.A. WANITA SEIDEL . . . college bound "Nita" has the traveling bug . . . she's a frequent patron of the skating rink . . . sees no point in bragging . . . is playing the held fora pensive partner . . . CL.-XA., N.H,S. DELORES SEMERAU . . . "Del" is positive that her song numbers will not be dedicated to men . . . this singing secretary likes conservative people but she's not conservative when eating fried chicken with Anne . . . ILA..-X. BEVERLY SHANSKE . . . money-mad "Bunny" thinks mom's a honey . . . adores Mrs. Aleffords . . . dances for corn and steaks . . . Dardanelles, Choir, Social Dance, Pan American, Silver Streak, 1f'.T.A., C.A.A. STEVEN SIAVELIS . . . big business boy, "Steve", objects to women smoking . . . has a crush on football and baseball . . . likes the girl with a sense of humor . . . bring him a good steak. JOANNE SIMMONS . . . "jo", the frequent visitor at Stratford, strikes out to bowl them over with her pamphlet on "Bowli3g litiquetten . . . Miss ,Deignan is .her pet . . . thinks joe and jerry are wonderful. ROBERT SKLENEY . . . hob-nobbing with the boys and musing over interesting facts about new sport cars fascinates "Bob" . . . this expert color matcher inks out girl smokers . . . Miss Polka is tops. BARBARA SLIFER . . . to land a good office job as secretary is "Barb's" hope . . . pizza is a favorite food , . . will never forget "Gram" . . . looks for personality and respectability in l1er choice of men. THEODORE SMETTERS . . . "Ted's" Christian principles will lead him in paths of service where needed . . . preaches against women smokers . . . goes for basketball and hamburgers . . . lowers the boom for Groom . . . Orchestra, Hi C. ...4g5Q Page l05 ALICE STESKAL . . . friendly boys who respect women and refrain from swearing may make the rink rounds with "Al" . . . believes the Lord's way is the best . . . Silver Streak, Hi C., G.A.A. JOYCE STILL . . . "-Ierse", with the nimble feet, seeks ballroom stardom . . snooty people are ostracized . . . mom and Miss Dierks are her adored ones . . would walk a mile for a good steak . . . G.A.A. RITA STOJEK . . . "Reet" and "Red" are the pizza pals . . . she's dying to drive a car . . . will take Mrs. Schwartz as her hrst passenger . . . mom and dad do the praying until she returns . . . Polish, G.A.A. JEANNE STONIS . . . drug-store cow-boys aren't heartbreakers for Jeanie . . rather eat shrimp cocktails with "gram" and attend college with Pat . . . nourishes her soul with King Cole records . . . Green Curtain, Pan American, G.A.A., N.H.S. MARIE STRAPKO . . . "Bubbles" held is Chester . . . marriage is in the ofhng . . . down with gum crackers . . . romances as she dances . . . has designs on dress- making job . . . Miss Farr is her pattern . . . Choir, Polish, G.A.A. SYLVIA STRUVE . . . "Struve" likes teachers who explain the lesson clearly . . . the business world needs people like her . . . books are her friends . . . skates are her dates . . . likes amiable people . . . G.A.A. DAN STUPKA . . . shooting "hoops" is "Stupe's" favorite pastime . . . aims to reach the thousand mark . . . doesn't fancy smoking "ferns" . . . likes to eat stroudel with dad and Miss Grant . . . Lettermen, Red Cross, Basketball, Base- ball, B.I.A. LEONA SUSALA . . . "Lee", the pin up gal, will fashion dresses to suit your whims . . . muzzles her friendship to "Skippy", her dog . . . mom is her ideal . . . admires Miss P. Sutherland . . . Student Council, Polish, G.A.A., N.H.S. GLEN SWANSON . . . inquisitive people disturb "Boo-Boo" from his peaceful slumber . . . between winks this photographer snaps a few pictures . . . ham- burgers and malts get the "go" sign . . . admires Mr. Powers . . . B.I.A, GERALDINE SZYNICZYK . . . "jerry", shopping hound and television slave, passes up show-oils and know-it-all people . . . will offer lemon cream pie to anyone who will guarantee a good secretarial job . . . G.A.A., N.H.S. ANNE TARPINIAN . . . fat women in slacks and high heels bother "Giggles" with the high ideals . . . "hot dog" says she, "it's Mrs. Ieilords for me" . . . wants an honest pal . . . Dardanelles, lfrench, G.A.A., N.H.S. BERNADINE TAUCHER . . . "Bernie" hnds conceited people irksome . . . would like to work as secretary with Gloria and Mae . . . enjoys Miss Gruener and mom . . . Pizza is her favorite comestible . . . Hallguard, German. G.A.A. M418 CZSS ROGER TEDESCO . . . "Hot Rod" says girl smokers burn him up . . . has his heart set on interior decorating . . . passes his time driving his car . . . Mrs. jeilords is his top teacher . . . R.O.'l'.C. HERMAN TELKANIP . . . when "Herm" hooks the worm, the Iish squirm . . . avoids the smoking girls but makes a play for clean cut and truthful ones . . . draftsman job is welcome . . . German, B.I.A., Hi C. NANCY THEILGAARD -- - "Nall", the rink fan, will check her skates outside the hospital when she becomes a nurse . . . will give Miss Farr good service . . . puts pizza on the trays . . . Saddle Bouncers, Swim, Choir, G.A.A. RUTH THOMAS . . . gives a lick for no one but "Rick" . . . this future housewife wants Ice Castle's recipe for cheeseburgers . . . scorns forward people . . . Mrs. Childs tops the list . . . Choir, Hallguard, G.A.A. JOANNA THORNE . . . "jo" has been reared to ride . . . will make straight for Purdue . . . would kick over the traces for rare steak . . . is never balky when Ardie is around . . , Saddle Bouncers, Symphony Orchestra, G.A.A. JUNE THORSEN . . . this needle linger secretary craves shrimp and the courtship of a well mannered boy . . . marriage looks good to her . . . Choir, Student Council, G.A.A. Representative, G.A.A. Board, Hi C. ARLENE TOWNSEND . . . this devoted nurse attends other races beside the human race . . . Gene is her patient . . . recommends pizza for him . . . showers atten- tion on mom and dad . . . Hallguard, Pre Medic, G.A.A. NIARYLOU TRIUNFOL . . . advice givers are unwanted creatures in the life of this sleeping beauty. . . all teachers are tops . . . mystery surrounds her uncertain ambition . . . Ring Committee, Hallguard, Student Council, G.A.A. NANCY TROJAN . . . lady "Nanc" has the accordion technique . . . will play her way into secretary job . . . dedicates her special selections to mom, dad and Mrs. eflords . . . Star, Silver Streak, Latin, G.A.A., N.H.S. Page l06 FRANK TURECK . . . "Joe" will ptlt precious finishing touches to the interior of your house when he finishes those dainty cornices . . . he'll expect pizza when he's hnished . . . mom will get the best . . . Football. DOROTHY UFER . . . private secretary "Dody" dotes on Davis and Mr. Groom . . . l'an American, Future Teachers, Roller Skating, Dardanelles, Social Center, Dance Class, Junior Prom, Groom's Choir, accompanist for Chansonettes, G.A.A., N.H.S. PAULETTE VESPERS . . . Pat will cherish mom's friendly chats . . . this future nurse thinks swearing girls should use mouth washes . . . strawberries stem her appetite . . . Red Cross, Pre Medic, Baton Twirlers, Prom, GA..-X. JACK VOSS . . . this 'l'.V. addict confesses he's a slave to his Ford . . . is deter- mined to become an outstanding printer . . . hopes to impress Connie, mom, dad and Miss Kilgour . . . Boys' Choir. JOAN WALLACE . . . "jo", the roller skating fan, and future nurse has no patience with conceited people . . . always looking for a pizza hand out . . . admires Miss Cruener . . . Student Council, I-lallguard, Prom, G.A.A. JOANN WALTER . . . jabbering people annoy little "Jo-Jo" . . . can tackle a fish fry any time especially with mom and dad . . . would like to travel to wonder lands with Alice as her companion . , . G.A.A. PATRICIA WATERS . . . if you want your interior decorated call on "Irish", the strawberry pie constnner . . . jimmy gets the green light . . . conceited boys get no dates . . . parents are tops . . , Red Cross, G.A.A. SHEILA WELCH . . . pizza devouring "Shi" fancies the life of a secretary . . . morn is her delight , . . Mrs. Fatlsel is her favorite "prof" . . . likes good natured people . . . Red Cross, Library, German, Skating, Choir, G.A.A. RONALD WHITE . . . sweet accordion melodies cotne from the dexterous hands of Ron 'who is looking fcneaen unspoiled Clrick . . . Bob and-Miss Farr will join the search . . . Riding Club. KARL WIEGAND . . . machinist "XVine-guard" is intent on building a motorcycle built for two . . . a good looking mortal will occupy rear seat . . . traffic cops are bad signals for him. RONALD WIKRENT . . . "XYat's" has pools of fun steeped in slumber . . . snores aloud at lady smokers . . . printing is his type of work . . . Miss O'Connor is his favorite . . . adtnircs mom and dad . . . B.l.A. JOSEPH WlLBOURN . . . "Bucky" will use his last breath to broadcast sports events . . . sees no reason for use of profanity . . . janet gets his attention . . . thinks courtesy pays good ditidends . . . Lettermen, Football, l3.l..-X. ...495Q 3 I DOLORES WILLIAMS . . . dad's little temper and mom's sweet ways make home I worthwhile . . . wonders if apple pie is the right bait to hook a certain guy . . . "Elite" company is her pastime . . . CAA. WAYLAND WILSON . . , women drivers get in "Ways" way . . . girls are welcome if they have a sense of humor . . . he's 'tlixingu for a mechanics . . . selects Miss O'Connor as his publicity agent. FRANK WINTERS . . . watch your linglish when professor "Winsk" is ne: goes for lobsters and petite maidens . . . admires Miss Crant . . . Creen Curtain, ' ll S Hallguard, Latin, Drama, French, jr. and Sr. Prom Committee, B.I.A., lN. f RONALD WOHLFEIL . . . tlespiser of homework and consumer .of mais cakes . . plans on getting into the drafting business . . . is at home with quiet girls . . puts Mr. YVestergreen on preferred list . . . Cerman. EDNIUND WOLFF . . . smoking girls are negative quantities to picture-taker liddic . . . connects his ambition to electric engineering . . . mom, dad and Mrs, -Iellords are his powerful lights . . . Key, B.l.A., N.l-l.S. MARILYN WOLFF . . . "Wolflie", future alchemist, dotes on New lira's with K.K. . . . Concert and R.0. Band CSec.j, Student Council, Cerman, Silver Streak, Library, Future Teacliers, Dardanelles, junior Achievement, C..-XA., N.H.S. WAYNE WOLKEY . . . "Missouri" would like to waltz into management of a Country Club . . . Plummer would be cashier . . . Mr, Temple would be the bouncer . . . Mrs. Shabat would be hostess . . . would specialize in chicken fritters . . . B.I.A. KATHRYN WOLTER . . . light-on-her feet 'tKathy" steps on conceited creatures . . . dances to tnom and dad's music , . . brother is her dream waltz . . . seeking a boy friend with a sense of humor. ALICE WORKMAN . . . "Al's" bedside manner will win her many patients . . . cheers Miss Collopy and parents . . . needles conceited people . . . nothing "Les" than shrimps will satisfy this faithftll nurse . . . GAA. p lli always license age 107 JOSEPH ZADWORNY . . . a healthy house "fran" who would refrain from driving and could prepare good Polish dishes will be drafted into this future draftsman's life . . . finds sleeping pleasant pastime . . . prefers Mr. XVestergreen. CAROL ZAKOFF . . . this classical record collector will give bacteria a battle . . . all teachers please her . . , so do mom and dad . . . Dardanelles, Future Teachers, Choir, Latin, Library, Pre Medics, jr. Achievement, GAA., N.H.S. PATRICIA ZAKRZEWSKI . . . this ambitions lady has her eyes on the teaching profession . . . parents and Miss Dierks are her encouragement . . . eats pizza for endurance for the task . . . Choir, G.A.A., N.H.S. BETTY ZIEGLER . . . "Bets" longs to set her foot in her own rambling ranch type home with a certain some one earning the dough to buy potatoes and spaghetti . , . GAA. KENNETH ZUBECK . . . "Ken's" den is a reservoir for sport fans and travel bits . . . impatient people excite him . , . seeks the company of sociable blondes . . . the "Boys" are his pals. MARGARET SIMONSON . . . a tall dark handsome man who can play a good pinochle hand and who is punctual is "Marge's" ideal . . . likes the family name of Heinrich . . . considers Miss Sullivan tops . . . Cheerleader, GAA. amera DONALD D'ARGENTO JERRY GRAHAM DONALD HOLMGREN RONALD HOLMGREN ROBERT FASCIA ANDREW JASKOWIAK HARRY NlcCULLY RICHARD REINDL ROBERT ZlONlEK une Gfass jqctlvities acultf cgi onsors if ,D Miss Roy ,,,,,,, ...,..,...........,,............. C aps and Gowns Miss Golden ..., ,.,,.. S tage Decorations For Graduation Miss Deigngm ,,,o,, , ,,...,,o......., junior Prom and Ushers Miss Gruener ,...,ai. ....i......................... D iplomas fXIi55 O'C0m1o1 -,,,,, ,,i,.. t Ilass XfVill and Prophecy Mr, Baker ,,,-,,,, ..er... T ickets and Printing lXIiss Collopy f.i, ........... . Announcements lXfIi55 Dierks ,,,,,Y e.rY.. C Lraduation Program Mrs. Fausel ..,.,. ..........v......... L uncheon Miss Utzig ,,,,,, ....... R ank and Average Mr. Lawley ...Vr ................. T reasurer Miss Bergh ,,,,i .,.... C lass Day Program Miss Haley ....., Senior Prom Page 108 gfways emem er flat rcbfedge of I onor Iv Officers: Scaled: lforst. Standing: li. Glasing. CZ. Hatiiclrl, II. Hzirrigizin. Mnrrlling j1i1'I1n'r'.' Row I' NI. I'ICI'I'2lIlIC, .-X. Kcngoll. IJ. Roth! schillur. I. Hale. Row 2: ll. Zz1koII'. Koelkc. N. Bringv. CL. SLYIIICLFIQ. Row fi' M. Spillane. Clinton, XV. Seidel. B. Brinev. Row I: R. Czirlson. A. 'I'urpinian. .X. Chall. A. AXISCIIIUIIN. Row 5: S. Swanson. A. KLISI, IJ. Clonrillc. S. Rush. Row Ii: AI. IVIZICCIIIIIIIIIOII, IE. Becker, Nl. I.z1rson. NI. Nluellcr. Row 7: L. RiII', Ci. Sandell, I.. Susalzu. NI. Kiorlciisi-11. Row 8: NI. XYoIII', G. XIIICIYIISIQI. I'. fakrzwski, IT. Ifishcr. Row II' D. Kenircil. A. Slnilh. S. CL-IIL'l'l. CI. Dzlulcl. Row III' I.. OIIQ-11 I'. I-Iwzihl. I.. Heclgvs. II. Newman. Row Il' A. lflzmsr-n. li. IQUIIYZIIQIS, Ihrig. I". YVinski. Row I" D. Punnlizl. R. l'c1sLcr. ll. Chol- herg, - Row I3: I'. Novak. II. Lien. I,U7l'I'I' j1ir'11n'1': Ron' I: Yellon. IIIQYISSIIIU, Ii. lforsl. Nliss filill1'llL'l'. CI. IIzxlIichI. ll. XYZIIICYS. D. I'Il1IXllI'i1'lI. Rnw2: IZ. Cox. ll. Olson. IS. kunzaln. D. Vehelc, IE. I.ocigno. I.. lclcr, NI. Rohan Fischer Rowfi' CQ. Glzlsing, I'. Xiincrxzi. H. Hur- rigizin. ll. I'iIlgCIIIl2IIt'l'. CL. Cuth- nizm, I2nl'l'll2ll'lII. Il. Deniski. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IXICIIIIJCYSIIIIJ in the N.H.S., il nzilion-wide orgzuiilution, requires un E average, Z1 good K'I12ll'2lC'lCI', some degree ol' leadership and ll willingness to serve. The senii-zrnnuul breakfast :uid the induction service are high spots in the calender of events. Miss Sylvia Giuener is the sponsor. Paige IUII A School Without Activities would be like I a Recipe Without the Clubs of all descriptions, like spices rich and rare, add 21 certain tang to the school year. X i- ""'Ts" usic ust cgafe Rank gs N ig es SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Music: lovers have a wonderful opportunity to join one of the most active and cultural clubs ol the school - the Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Groom, the con- ductor, is always ready and eager to receive new talent. Young' people! This is a club that will get you around. Not only does the orctliestra play lor assemblies, evening performances and graduations, but it is also invited to perform at out- side functions. Eacli year it is entered into the city finals, and has often been rated an Ll or better. Page 112 C915 lie ine Lgrts - pencer SYMPHO H NY ORCHESTRA ear Ye! Hear Ye! people witl 1 musical talent! Get in touch with Mr. Groom today: put your name on the list and share your God-given talent with others who enjoy good music. Their repertoire is varied enough to accoimnodate members at many levels. The class meets in Room lllll everyday. At Piano: Mr. Groom, director. String Basses: P. Leon, B. Horn, R. Bourland. First Violins: R XVagne1', S. Zaluska. Cellos: D. Ifesus, IC. Scalzitti, S. Braun, M. Carter, 'l'. Smetters. Violns: A Avischious, R. Schmidt, J. Hahnel, J. Zullo. Brzsxo: I.. Dahl. Oboe: nl. I"ernandeZ. Fizzle: Z. Druss. Cl1lrinel5.' I. Berg, N. filillllilll. Sax Allo: C. Mani. Sax Tenor: D. Koch. Viola: S. Geoglanian. Violins: J. Syrersen, M. Birdsong. 7ll'l!IlIllUlIl'A',' G. I.Ul'Cl17, M. Hobbs, lf. Ilurnier, S. Sansone, F. llorn, B. Briney, IS. Anderson. .Suu Violins: NI. Langosch. C. Rawlinson. I.ilmn'inns: I.. Rater, lj. Uilho, J. Bowron. A!'l'0I7l1lIl1ll.SlA'f S. SCIIOCIUZUIII. li. Maclmek. Page llfl oLiU!!Clf6l.QS Qroa Wdy .. eff-V .i 2 OFFICILRS: Swzlwl al pimm: J. Sandahl. Q.-Xssl. Acco1np.j, M. Henderson QAceo1np.j. Slfllllllllgf E. lfishcr ffreasy, A. Rix fSec.j, B. Kanaby QPres.J, D. Conville CSoc. . . f , , Lhairmauj, J. Newman KY.l .j. Miss Farr Qlliizj. JUNIOR CHOIR The Junior Choir ollers a splendid oppor- tunity lor Steinmetz girls to learn how to enjoy singing in their leisure hours, under the competent guidance of Miss Josephine' Farr. Their renditions at the semi-annual concerts prove to he quite an attraction. Their singing ol "Broadway Hits" was a spe- cial high-light of this year's Music Festival. Opposite Page: lfppfr' Iefl: Row l : Row 2: Row 3: Row -1: Row 5: J. Gorham, K. Schaeller, C. Zakoll, M. Anderson. B. Fromm, R. Hultniau, N. YVat son, M. 1"aust,J. Svec. M. Henderson, J. Rasmussen, J Brandenburg, D. Bridger, M Mertens. E. Fisher, M. Lopatka, D. Krueger P. Zakrzewski, P. Kallin. D. Meyers, D. Conville, L. Rilli, B . Jahns, S. Reichell. Row G: S. Schulze, C. Kopp, N. Lund, L Bartholomae. Innim' left: Row I : Row 2: Row fi: Row 4: Row :mt Row J. Hale, C. Vitucci, N. Baczynski M. Kellas. J. Ingrisano, C. Steers, C. Cosy, M. Strapko, D. Krezel. J. YVi1hourn, A. Kiehnar, B. Rojik, M. Mueller, L. Papen. B. Reinlie, L. '1'heilgazu'd, B. Olson, M. Mraz, B. Kanaby. C. Franz, I. Allen, J. Newman, J. Piekarski, E. Cook. 6: J. Smith, B. Riedel, S. Roberts, D. Spill, I.. Minardi. Page l l-I Upper Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4' Row 5: Row G: right: M. Kratky, N. XVilliams, C. Choy iniski, F. Scardina. J. lV2lllC1'S, D. Schuetz, M. Nicolosi A. XVoei'tz, L. Lacalamita. J. Pedersen, N. Loetz, J. Malzio J. Fennema, M. DuMez. B. Rojik, B. Zimmerman, P. Skie I.. Tranker, K. Schreiber. C. Jensen, C. Nissen, K. Raguse lfucela, G. Cehring. I.. Coulter, A. Rix. J. Sandahl, D. Simau, Siwak. A I.ozuf'r right: Row l : Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Row G: C. Petruzzelli, Bianco, S. Grippe, J. Crippe. J. Bencivenga, V. Hlenger. J. Westerberg, li. Benson, A. P2104 lelli. C. Thomas, C. Stearns, D. Burgess, C. Delgado, M. Christopher. J. Thoinsen, P, Schmitt, R. Urban, N. Thomas, K. Agnew. M. Langlois, M. Budacz, Koettc, J. Gallic, A. Machbar. C. Puttkover, M. Parlopiuo, D. Norby, M. Kafka, D. Arvidson. 5-,:"N-X ? ffl! X !ff'Lf'!L'f! it ' QQ! "xI.. 1 gg, P . .,,,..., -. ,R 'Q 19 4 fi 'Nr K' f km MwW,-W M... .,,,6..-. xL,,, ,.,m.xNw -XX Q K iN1-Wfw ivfggiggggf fxN E e V f Wig:g9 ,A-f""w'-r ,, fwwxf, V 4.,.'.x"SN.. ff Af ,1-' J,-J' I, g. N X Xpfxv MK' ,I 2 , ,f A .f" ,. . .f ' X-RfX?T M GQ J Ofacfies an Qentfemen, Step Hs cfe In front: Leader: K. Bryza. Row l : Row 2: Row fl: Row 4: N. Graham, I. Berg, P. liwald, G. Mnczynski, S. Reinsch, A. YVilL, N Bosecke, B. Briney, B. Anderson, -I. Blackman, M. Motzer, J. Greganli C. Drnss, N. Larson. D. Hernandez, A. Sinentek, M. YVOIIY, A. Schlorkc, R. Gibson, P. Brettner C. Maas, C. Breen, J. Clinton, K. Agnew, B. Pcnley, B. lingelthaler, L Dahl, R. Dressler, Fernandez. P. Boyd, S. Fornell, T. Jnres, V. Ufer, R. K. Gibson, C. Phillips, A. Reich D. Calli, M. Mortensen, P. Schuller, KI. Caltagirone, P. Shannon, S. Alaia B. Milan, C. Tholnas, hiillit, J. jorcial, R. Anderson, P. Pettennzzo, S. Sansone, D. Corcoran, J. Ring. J. XVCICIIIZIII, D. Koch, 'll Siwe, P. Keesee, R. Hornung, R. Ranke, M Anderson, R. Nenfeldt, R. Paschke, R. Folena, P. Leon, G. Lorenz, Mclcher, M. Hohhs, F. Burnier. Page HG n y we tlze and the iglzt of Way CONCERT BAND The Band ex Jects to enter the Clit ' Band Concert at Harrison Hi fh l l S1 School, :mtl it is holnelinl that it will bring homc some honors. liverylaocly enjoyed the li2llllllS IDCl'liO1'IIl2llll'C at thc Music' Festival lust lull. ll' you zlttcnd our lootbzill games, you will lizive to :admit that therc's plenty olf pep behind the Bz1ncl's step. Space cloesn't mcrmit to mention here the iinninierablc times the lSz1nd's services l are requestemlg zmcl the willingness with which it is rendered is often the topic ol' clisfnssion. Nh: Ivan l'iClClIH2lIl is the clircctoiz Page H7 usic gfatlz Glzarms: o i awe Ae QMS Pirl ure A llmfw: 0l"l"ll1lfRSZ O 2 wxfle 1r11'r'.' ll I s Row I: Jensen, G. Pitzztferro, A. SIIICIIICIQ, N. Colletto, II. Nelson, Nloon, H. I'2IIll50lI. N. .fll l'in1zo.' Il. IIOIIIIRO. IJ. clllllilillfll Lorenl,j. Rasmussen. fSee.j, D, We-din QV.I'.j, IJ. Ilagnuolo Row2: J. Rodwav, B. Berry, If. johnson, I. Mueller, D. XVe4Iin, Ii. Mzuih, C. XViIheIn1, L. Olson, l5Qf"l- A' SHICHICR lli"f'54l' ,l-D Mmm I. Sdm,m.lZ. I ' fI.1l:.j. Ron' 2: I.. Ieler, CLIILD, Ii. ' h , .Q I A 1 Y , V l , K N V . , Wzuher fMgr.p. Ross 5. M. Hezxslett. C.. SC.lldfClIIf1lx, II. IWCIICI. lj. Muulell, I.. Ielei, II. Rcnnaslilxo. O. Slezuulx. - - L. Oller. Row4: I.. Reich, XVZIYIJCII, IB. Rojila, N. Wiegnutn, A. Amlrne, II. johnson, P. I'inu, ID. Spitz. lljzjmvifrf jmgr: Row I: C. Holten. A. Droluier, ID, GIRLS' CHOIR For many years the Girls' Choir has been on the job ollering bezultilul IIIIISIC for zlsseniblies, Music Festi- vals, P.T..X. meetings :uid various eonuuunity affairs. High class songs are selected hy Nr. Groom, the sponsor. .XII the work is done in parts :uid inany dilli- fult songs :use worked out and presented to the students lor their enjoyment. Page IIS Row 2: Row fl: Row ,li Bagnuolo. BI. Johnson, NI. Blil- Ier, IB. Czlnzideo, Cl. Iloeh, Ii Kroyer, K. Bliesener. M. Schulz. IZ. Vogl. N, Olsen. J. Treskett, KI. Ilouser, I'. SICIIIICII, CZ. Nielsen, C. Hflllf' S. Sclmenunin. Ii. Mzutluiek, J. lX'lzu'I.ean, D. Doiuku, R, Petersen, A. Mun- dal. S. Peshek, NI. Iluebner. R. Brylzls. IS. I,2IllL'I'SOII, CL. S2lIIClCll, Y. Miller, I-L. Sehunurrl, J. Gillm, D. Coupe, IVeguer. if ff' ff ff' H-'Z Q R diff ..,.......---v'n,,.f-f 'N'-..,, xxx N Page 119 ---...ks-l ----...,,,NH Q M1 Q Mig Row l : Rc vws' R0 W Row Row N.. x.,- CG ' X ymns o Cgtemmetz 'If fil2lilSOI1, XV. Mctllilire, lf. fJlJUl'll2lllSC1', J. Voss, M. Vcrui, N. Rosenfeld. K. Huszai' I.2HVl'CllCB. I". l11f11si11o, D. Ciarcia, Ifiecllcr, NI. Chioles, lf. lla11dactCa1'i, R. Jelke, D. -I0ll1lSOl1 I.. Hofclcl. CL. llorn, A. Cl1rislopl1e1', R. Plctkerl, R. Slll'1HIl, CL. Mayer, AI. lllavacek, R. AI1ClCl'SOI1 R. Kosinski. R. Selk, KI. V2lllLlCIllJL?l'gll, R. Telens, l'. Miliihell, M. Fanello, A. Tecple, R. Lynch, R. Hansen. C. Kl1llLlS0ll. XY. Roos, L. Bosch, II. Kaiiinski, R. Nedvecl, P. Steiner, R. Kiilzuier, D. Helweg, ll. I1Zll'SOll, R. 1.21 Mothe, YV. l'lo11slon. Left cirrle: SI'IllI'!I.' P. Mulvey. Slmzrlizzg: lf. f,lJCl'll2lllSClR, B. Rojik. Right cirrlzr: Officers: Senlifrl: C. K1111clso11 QV.l'.j, J, Larson QP1'cs.j. .S'l1mrli11g: Miss Kilgour, XV. Roos QLib.j, M. Fancllo QTreas.Q, F. II1fllSlll0 QI.ib.j, J. Voss QSQCQ. BOYS' CHOIR Miss Ruth Kilgour, sponsor, says allliough the ehoir llll111lJC1'S lewer 111C111lJC1'S this year, they 111ake up for the decrease hy the lllkllly beautiful voices i11 it. They have two barbershop quarleltes. They sang for 8A open house, gave the "Romeo and Juliet" skit and presented an assembly. Page V20 1 y 1 3 - Lzture Qabriefs Qgfow Qlil' K orns INTERMEDIATE BAND Our l11Le11111c1liz1Le Bz1111I, llllllixl' 1110 lmzilmi ul' Nlr. I. l'lClillll2lll, is 1'UIIllJOSCCl ul' :1 QYOUI7 ul' students wllo 2111: lacing Lrzlillccl Lo plan 1 1 L0gClllS1A so 115 L41 be quzililiecl lm' lIlCIIlllCl'SllllJ i11 the Cloiiccrt Bllllll .Ks pz11'Lic'ipz111L i11 tl1isc'l1llJ,onel1:1s to play easy IIl2lI'K'l1CS :incl XN'2lll7CS :xml light m'c1't111'es 111 llw lmegiiming ul' thc sc-111651611 'l'l1c11 he pm 1 1 1 vc-c-als to Llic IIIOILC clillic-11l1 c'o111p11si1iu11s as llic' 5611165101 :1clvz1111'c-s -A Row 1: IE. Rojik. R. Duhe. P. Ha111sc11, XV. Yincke. NlCl2lll, G. To111z1si1'. CI. Pczwc. .-X. I.z1m111c1k ll. HClI1Sll'k'L'l. CQ. Ifilll11z11'1'. l.. l,l'UXC'lll1l, D. Oclrlo. 1 1 1 1 - - V . 1 . . Rowli C.. ll2llll5Clll. C.. f.l1OflIlSlil, R. Rrzillwc-. C.. Rzlllcr. M. fnL'lJll2ll'l. xl. S1'11111ck. Nl. bzillzls. In lYil1Ie1'. S, lxlmll. Nl. Sll'C'll'll, K. Rillllllfblil. Clougzlii. S. llllllllilllll. Row fl: N. Goetz. ll. lllllilClIl. R. Wolilfcil, R. lfinlmllcr, P. .xlltlClRSCIl. I.C2lllClRI Mr. I. Fc-lcl11m11. Row l: W. Zinckc, li. Melani, Ci. 'l'o111asic. C. Pease, A. I.z1111111c1'k. Row2: R. Dulac. R. Krause, CZ. RZll7fFl', TNI. C-vliliurl. R. sl'lllllCk, BI. Gzillzlw. 1J1'111111111r1's: N. lim-lz, ij. Bluslcin. Page 121 5 95 tarlets winkle Llpon Qlue now ' . Swu1wI.' xl. Romzishko, O, Sleznick, C. Sandell, N. Olson, D. Spill. B. Mach. Slllllfllllgf NI. Houser, L. Reich, j. NIaieI.ea11, D. Cloope. Sandell. D. Wedin, B. Yogl. At piano: R. Donato. Row l: R, lfolenzi, R. Rzmke, R. Gibson, S. Alain, A. Reich. Row2: Ci. Lorenz, P. Pellenuuo, S. Szinsonie Qco-leziderj, J. Ring Qleuderj, li. lingellliziler. lizisst R. Smith. STARLETS From Mr. ci1'001llyS choir emerges il group of singers who are called upon to per' form :it activities where solo numhers are wanted or where drznnzitie interpreta- tions ol' songs ure needed. They lake :in active part in the Annual Song Festival :it Steinmetx. CAMPUS CREW This is the organization Lhzit played lor the Valentine Dance this year. They are generous with their time :ind talent when they are culled upon. Dance niusie is their specialty, hut they do other types us well. Mr. I. lfelchnzin is their sponsor. Page 122 gui., MIXED CHOIR 'I'l1is gfflllll l1:1s g'l'OIX'II lu QI very GIIDZIIJIC 11i11eLy-two voice u1'gz111i1:11io11. They ZIIAC 1'o11c'e1111'z1Li11g z1lI their eII'or1s OII 1111 eIz1l1o1'111c Spring C0111-e1'1 for the IJCIICHI of 1I1esc'l1ool. ll is six ye11rsz1gosi111e LI1c Illsl SIJVIIIQ' CIo11c'ert Look place. Needless to sziy Miss R11lI1 Kilgour, choir clirerlor, is very e11LI111siz1stic' over the p1'o.jec'1 z111cI is :111xio11s to sI1ow what liez111tiI'11l music' these well IJICIILIGKI voices 11111 give. l'f1ju'rf1ir'l:n'1':Svulwlrll flillllflf I. linhl. li. Iupel. .SilIlIllIi7l:Lf.' I.yo11. II, I.111'e11li11e, If.. Ruggles. I.. Iwmc. Il. Nl1'NI111'cIu. C.. IxIllIlISL'lI. N, IIIOIIIZIS, I,fm'1'r 1!fI'IIlI'I'.' 1'iU7'I'gl'!lIHHl.' Nliss KIIQUIIIQ Row I: NI. I'.X2lI'IIOh. A. .'XlliIL'I'YUII, ID. Riifk. IC. Iupel, Il. Rwzuk. D. li1e1'e1l, I.. I'i1111, C.. SIISZIIZI. I.. 011. M. Palcscli, M. XVZIICIIIIIIU. Ruw2: IJ. ,Iz11'c'l1k, RiI111c1'. ID. Z1I:11'g1'11sI4i. NI. Nlllscziri. IV. xIi'filIII'l'. Cilliksrni. IR. NYe111IeII. l'. I,f1111z1x. A. Ness. Al. H11ll11e1'. RuwfI: KIIl'll. Ii. Siegzil, CQ. Rr1111s:', IJ, 141111111 R. XIIIIUISUII. A. cIIIl'INl0lJIICI'. Iqcms. NI. I,oI1z111, IS. Beboiil, KI. Cook, II. Mlzxms. Row I: NI. ROIJIIISOII, l'. Olfewski. I.. -Xrmll. . Illzxxzutck, IJ. IXI1'NI111'1I11, CI. li1111cIs1-11, R. -Ielke, M. lSiz1111'I1i. M, NIz11'l11Il0. NI. fiIl2lIllIJCIIS. Ruw3: S1'I111a1lJeI. BI. fiI'L'5IU. NI. VIQPIIJIJLTI. Y, 'II1o111:1s. I', NIiIL'I1eII. R, S1'l'IlI1l. R, cilllII1JIH'II. N. Bc-lilfky. I. lluhl. NI. 'I'Il0IlllIS, A. Peterson. Ruwli: R. I.0I'L'IIlIllC, D. Ossler, Y, Nliller. l'. Sleiner. R. Xeclxeml. Ii. RIIQQQICS. I.. 'I'wi11e. li. K1'z1111e1'. IS. Kent, x 20 if' Z j ,f I I ' -v-..., ,ff ff ,,f ,,,,,,,- ey re gt your ermoce 51: fggfiisftisfw lxfiilifi 1 CHAMBER MUSIC AND CHANSONETTES These young accomplishecl people are always willing to Contiilmute niusical atmosphere to any school functions such as laiiillty teas, P.T.A. parties, Varsity Mothers' luncheons and birthclay parties. Mr. Grooni meets them several tinies a week during the tenth period. Page 124 Qlf.-XR'l'liT'I'l Cellist: S. Braun. SfIl7IIHIIgf lst Violin: I.ippi. 2nd Violin: R. Israclson, Viola: R. Slfllllllll. TRIO Piano: P. Leon, Violin: S. Braun. Cello: R. Isiaclson. CHANSONITI " At jvimzn: S. Schocinann Sfvz I er! : J. Roclway, P. Finn, Slamling: C. Schaferna J. XVcgncr, D, Clanaclco, Gilho, B. Rojik, lvlll'l?Cl', I.. Olson, V. Miller, M. Mnnclal. tcbicture cz ers - tmfeasure ers 1 'T'-' Row I: CZ. Rosi-man, H. Cullen, P. No- xak. I.. Rater, kostner, llionissn. D. Spill. NI. Nlillt-13 Roni: Aj. C.1Ibo, I.. Smith, I,. Pmn, IS. Mach, tl. Hotten, IS. Greet, M. Alensen, Rowfl: R. Cialabix-se, ll. Sandahl, A. Smith. li. llrink. I'. Carey. liilliiigsley, NI. Langlois, I. Ilookanson Kholding canieraj, R. Ifolena fexaniing' pictnresj. Aruuml lublzf: I.. Stephanitnsfk1ieelii1gj,Seaff'f1g K. llryfa, CL. llillis, Miss Dierks, Hale. Smnrlirig: R. Simon, A. Lidquisl. RED CROSS .Xre you a member ol' the Red Clross? Yes, indeed, you are. Oh, didn't you know that? That Civic Ticket did the trick. This year Miss O'Connor and her thirty-five members Iilled over one hundred gift boxes lor foreign countries. XVhat a friendly act? The club always tries to meet the requests sent out by Junior Red Cross Headquarters. CAMERA CLUB This snappy club displays its wares in the Library each year, lrom the exhibit there, the most unusual shots are thosen and placed about the corridors. 'I'he Club holds outings to look lor interesting sub-jects. Friendly criticism takes place at the meetings. The club will never be liappy until the much discussed dark room comes to light. lt seems to be looming in the horizon now. Page l25 ecette your Je Qonlzeur .zlff I-ron! Iffl: D. lfernlazieli, D. liejmlu, B, lronilnzx, R. Anermli, l., Anllerson, li. lil21Clilll0l'C. 'l'aI1If' Ifrmzl Ifigfzl: l'. Polzxml, II. Bolcnclcr, IS. Olsen, M. Holland, I.. Dahl. Table lirlrlc Left: M. l"2llISl, A. Rickerl, B. Ifairchilml, M. Lis, ll. Vogl, R. lflegel' Qviolinj. 'l'uhl1f Hack Riglll: P. Schuller, S. Schulze, CZ. lfrankizm, NI. NIOYICIISUII, M. Biulzicz. Kznninski fwilh trayj, CI. Hznlcock fflowersj. S. Ciorhzi Cwuitressj. Silling bark of fron! riglzl mlalv: NI. Yurtzlheilizin. C. Giranlzll, R. Arabian. L. Puszzin. Oflirmiv: B. Vogl, I.. PIISZZIII, R. Anermli, A. Rickcrt. S. Cinrha Qwnilressj. ENTRE NOUS 'AA recipe lor lizippinessu A thz1t's the French cluh. Gerling together every two weeks under the sponsorship ol' Miss Sechler, these French emliusizusls Hpurlent Frz1nc:1is" exclusively :it :ill their meetings. Letters to students at their nge level who are attending the Lycee, the secondary school in France, ocuxpy some ol' Lheir packed hours. Join Lhe French club and be gay. l':lg'e l26 Cl I'OCQ.S'l.O4'l Q CIS OSCZ CIS Ofl'irrw'.s: xl. Stonis, I.. Hemingway, CI. Glass, il. NCXVIIIEIIIII. R. Kirchner, Il. Dixon, I.. Ieler, Miss Tliorsson, Cl. Cox. PROCLIQSSION Row l: ll. Reid, ml. Roclway, If. Xuk, B. Shunske, N. Bringe, D. Danovsky, -I. Costa, C. Fisclier. ml. Mcklanis. I.. Neil, C. Getty, AI. Biztnco, Cl. Vitncei, CL. Toinztsik. Row2: li. Ilrozik, li. Dixon, IS. Ossler, NI. I':n'lopino, N. Szivovich, QI. Newnnann. AI. Andersen. CZ. Class, C. Clrzniclall, li. Rolnaclka, I.. Hemingway, I'. lfrost. I.. Ielcr, C. Cox, B. Majeski, Al. Stonis, IJ. liricksen, R. Kirchner. CZ, Mcfloinh. PAN AMERICAN CLUB Portrznyzll of the "Nztci1niento" :incl the "Posz1clz1s", which are typically Nlexifzin, was the Pan Anfs fontrihution to the Clllristinzts zlssernhly this yezn: The club, together with the Spanish classes, presented an heznltillll .XlllCl'IC'2lII llzlg to one ol' the leading high schools in Mexico City, where it was received with :tn elzthorute ciereinony, and the nznne ol' SICIIIIIIGU High School zrppeztrecl in many leading NICXIFZIII papers. Miss Thorsson has heen the Cluh sponsor since its inception. Page IQT QQ4'4'lfLd4'l K C1178 UH lg of EO C QWMCQ FAUS EL'S FOLLIES Upper jlirflzzrff Row 1: 51. Hughes, Pres.. R. lfrban, Sec.. 12. Broucr, V.1'. B. Cihnsillg, Soc. Cillzxirmzm, Mrs. 1.. 1S'2lllSC1, Sponsor Row2: KI. lllzxvzlcek, Trczls., 1. Dc Horn, Sgt. at Arms. Right .s'i1Iw.' Row I: I.. Ruler, D. Fcsus, B. Leckic, K. Young. Row2: li. Yzrlcut. G. Romme, G. Cclrring. R. XvllgllCl' KI. lilscr, M. Plcic. ROWZ1: CZ, Ninas, R. Ifc-ldv, J. Gaza, K. Ruguse, C. Phillips STEIN VEREIN I.ozum' picture: Row l: II. Swubmlu, A. llmlmcr, C. Iloch, N. 1NIllC1l1lJZlllCl' R0w2: 141. Ncira, S. Braun, 13. Giese, Mrs. Fauscl, R. Kcrn D. Moltcr, J. Mueller, F. Oberhzluscr, P. May. ROWS: A. Doolas, R. KlllZlI1CI', J. XVCIIZC1, G. Zilligan, R Pciskcr, A. Kimmich, B. Froehlicll, Schurkc, -I Allobcll. Lower right picture: A. Doolas, Trcas., E. Neira, Soc Chairman, S. Braun, V.l'., 13. Giesc, Pres., Mrs. FZIUSCI Spons or. 1'11gL' 128 v y AQ CSDQ4'I,l'O4' ,Q4'4TLCl47, lv1II1f'f11f!'lIl7'f'.' Row I: A. Doyle, D. Malenius, P. XYood, L. Wagner, Mrs. I.. lfaixst-I, Ii. liiticktx -I. Jacobsen. CZ. llaulcl, R. Stein. R0w2: Y. lioness, S. Kmldsen, E. XVolll'. NI. Stthut-tt, EI, Ihrig. K. Krtrtstthmar, D. Barak, D, john- son, H. Hacker, j. Hackemer, R. Smith. ll. Spitzer, G. Auwterniucllle. I.azt'fr Ifffl: Ofhcers: Standing: H. Nt-whoitsc. Pres.. ll. Koloseik. Sgt. at Arms. Seated: F. liwc-rt. Y.l'., CL. Parrott, Trcas., O. Kamptuer. Sec. I.ozt'er righl: Seated on the table: Cl. Nladtrr. Standing: IS. lfairlmanks. Scaled at table: D. Dahlkc-. SENIOR GERMAN CLUB The general purpose ol' this club is to further interest in becoming acquainted with the German way ol' lile as compared with ours. German songs and games are a part ol' their program. At Christmas time they collected and mailed "pocket books", those handy little novels, to several ol' the Sleinmetz boys who were in Korea. Mrs. Lydia lfausel is in charge ol' the club. Page l2Sl MISS KUEBLER'S CLUBS Upper picture: ln costume: Kneeling: AI. Blackman, G. Fisher, Romey Standing: A. Slrecler, S. Arlhofer, G. Peisker. Row l: A. lVoe1'tz, II. Vallee, A. Swanson, E. YVarber, B. Hludlke, S. Daly. V. Hans, A. Kast. Row2: H. Herrmann, I. Graham, B. Tulseher, Aiueis- inaier, R. Borris, R. Anderson, B. Ellerman. Row fl: D. Bernier, R. Edenhofer, R. Hjertsteflt, Hanne- mann, K. Laulenback, F. Romano. Lower piclurzf: N. Hausnlan, A. X'iOY'll0lLCl', G. Dorn, R. Krause, N. Biletzky, K. Huszar. In frorzl: I.. Ott, S. Kukla. Seated on floor: Mueller, M. Voegeli, -I. Lautenbach, C. Leno, Linlbach, A. Scluulegg, S. Bauer. Seated on chairs: B. Miller, M. Palesch, YV. Kalter, F. Gertsch, B. Hallmann, YV. Buttegereit, A. Pauly, G. Marx. Opposite page: Sfllflll uztlz lea M1115 D H1f.,Q.'lllS A Tucek B. Gengel. At lable M XV1CLlCIlll Miss Kueblel Street J. Schnobel. Row 2 N Klilzke E Waglier H Graszer A. Nie1nann.St111zdmf1 R Glass B Kixcholl R Teubei R. Brendecke, R. Mazzuca R -Xider E Bauschke M Neubauer. Page ISU CSDQtt l.flg Qgytage or ermczn STAGE CREW I,rm'1'l'lr'f1 lIfl'flIl'!',' NIV. Spikinga. il. llanidmn. l,. Iiwln-ll, CG. l'ciskL'l'. ljzffw I'l'III'!'?.' X. Sxvzimcmll. Ring. il. SlllllhI'lxl'. Ifm-wr rigflf: IS. C-lining. li. l".IlgCllhllIL'l lNWilk'flj. R. l'ciNkL'l' vpllum-9. R. link cczlrplmm-sb. Qolsky cglzkofy cgteinmetz Upper picture: Row l: H. Uzarewicz, D. Shepley, A. Szinhorski, D. Sunhorski, R. lipifnno, M. Zinincy, B. Roth, R. Szybowicz. Row2: D. Potkowa, XV. Plocinslai. R. Ncdved, D. Bringe, R. Blus, CI. Banzis, R. lll12lZCyI1Skl, Cl. lfrank, j. Skoczen, P. Cullen. Rowflz Mr. Nalccz, D. Petzkc, B. Pzntterson, A. Lziskey, B. Clllllll, R. licurcr, R. Clnotti, G. Mztclziv, R. Gurski, R. Klenske, N. Dolnhrowski. i 1 I.o1uer picture: In Costume: D. Jarczyk. Row l: J. Dankowski, M. Strapko, B. Much, B. Kurzis, -I. Lawdenski, li. Referdzi, V.l'. Row 2: Mr. Buczynski, NV. Kozlow, CL. Pinderski, XV. Tcdtinun, R. Shutnik, I.. Spayer, Pres.. J. Creagh. Row 3: L. Grelyak, H. Banach, B. K2lClyI1Slil, R. W'isnicwski, C. Uruss, II. Sprinkling, R. K01Dl'iX'2l, Sec. POLISH CLUB One of the oldest clubs in the school is the Polish Cluh. It is composed ol' students who ure interested in Polish custonis, dances, songs and niusic. They have lively meetings because inuny ol their ineinhers are dexterous dancers and good singers, and often entertain at the meetings. At their meetings, they often discuss the iin- portzlnt part many Polish-Aniericzins have taken in the history of our country. This spring they are scheduled to take part in ll radio brozidczist over the Board of Edu- cation station. X'Vhen any large project is conducted by the school, this club is way up there on top in participation. Mr. Bucnynski is the sponsor. Page l32 washers res-cm' Q C3 ess or un Stnnrling: C. Czilhnmn, Pres. Sealed nlmlml fllllilffcl. 'I'l1m11z1s.X'.I'.,D.Spitl. Treats., li. Rietlel, A. Tnwnsencl, D, Sknpien. Nl. Centhe, C. Zukoll, Sree. I. Deja. Slllllfllllg' llfflllllfl lulllrx' Bliss Ornstein. Ciillmn, CI. Rosenlzin, R. ,Xnhert, .-X. Stretler, Dellorn, 'lf lllzzsflyllski, N. Larson, I.. Korclell. K. Vl1l10lH2lS. CHESS CLUB ll' you are thinking ol. llllllilllg 11 new more in your reereuticm hzilmits, join the Chess club, king ol' all clulms. It meets twice at month :incl Nlrs. Childs gener- ously gives up her time to be with these young knights. .Ymlwrl nmuml lable: ll. Nelson. R. flll2lCll'llSlil, K. 'l'lnnnzts, R. Clzilzthrestx li. liUlll'lllQlS. Slnrzrling: Rowl: Nl. llirtlsong. S. lxlyllll. R. XN'enilt, R. Reilly. Cf. Nelson, R. Xt-rnon. R. Srlnizilnel. Nlts. 'R . Chlltls, IJ. C-Tlllllllllllll. Row2: XY. Alherts, R. Yun Oppen, 'l'. Prnsinski. PRE-MEDICS CLUB Stnclents interested in ineclieine .join this club. Miss Ornstein is the sponsor. Trips to hospitals, seeing movies :incl hearing lectures on new discoveries in nleclifine are the l'Ol'lll points ol' their zlctivities. Page 133 H!WdyS QTQ I O O Qlil' fjfflffl . q'Sc-115, 'I holnsen. fklt. Seej, Ii. Ifisller D. Spill, 4500. Ch.j, IS. Becker, Q'I'rezis.j I I lei QI j av: C. Ifischu , , 0' Pj , .. C ' 'rcs DARDANELLES "Service is their motto", :ind lor Steininetg it's "Special Servicen. Any first or third IVednesdz1y ol the inonth you'll find Miss Kilburn meeting with her Junior and Senior girls, who have inzide an IC average, to plain ways to help others. This year something new was stzirtedg they had at Christinzis party for the orphans at Lydi Orphanage. Santa presented each happy lziee with a package. Besides this the girls filled boxes for their "Give 21 Gift to El Yank Wfho Gave Campaign". On the entertzrinnient side they held a wonderful party at Casa-Nova, conducted a bike hike, and sponsored at picnic. In serving lor teas, the Dzrrdzxnelles are always there to do their share. Il Page 134 QSEAGVQ OX Ul'l'0.S'lTIf Pflfilf Row I: Ilzlle, Corlnlni. Ii. Iiroyer, I.CIIIt'IN'L'lJCl C. ZRIIQOIII, D. Ilfer, D. Iizignnolo, -I. Svcs, ul. Clinton, IS. Slizinske Qstzxndingj. RUWQZ O. Slemictk, NI. Iizifkzi, IS. Riedel, IC. Rosenvingc, IS, Loeigno, S. Cellert, I.. Hedges. Row fi: II. Yogi. I IX' K h . esterlmerg, Iiencivengzi. D. XYedin, C. .Iensen NI Ii N '. liringe, D. NX'nllers, D. llzllrors' en, ll. Much, X. Wenger, C. Ilzllfield. Yelton. fXICD11nnell. UN UI'l'O.S'l'I'l'j l'.flf.l'.' Row I: I.. Ivler. Ii. Ifislier, C, Ifisrlier. Il. Ikecker. ul. Ilionisen. D. Spitz. S. Swanson. Ii. Iforsl. D. Lilly, M. R ' olmn. ll. luxnzihy, J. Bluclunzni. Row 2: l'. liwz1ld.C. xIlIL'lf'IISliI. I, XIZIKICIIIZIIIII. IS. Ifroi-hli R. lielnlrt. D. l'eI1el". C. Deuschle, BI. XYolII'. C. Pnltkover. Row fi: Il. Olson, C. Szlndell. N. l.z1rson. B, lhiiiey. II. Dixon. IlUIIl2ISlll'iO. C, Class. I NI' U. . fll'I.l'2III. Callie, Koelke. UI. Szlndzihl, D. Norlmy. .X Iizist, C. Hotlen. ll. Criles, Iessziro. C. Andersen, C. Ifrzniz, C. Cox. Page 135 ,SQ S C ou, WT! qllbsae ww 14-www w ws- wwf .M wx,-v X.-M' 1 rx 7 ww wwwwwax new ,,M,fm Nf- .e V M- Aw M. .W QQ .W M wa Q QQ. 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Q 5.1 B... .2 X mm-W ,M mf .Q-,Q .M .M my ,-L KN simme- .X ww ,eww nyc Q swww wp-A .1 ,Mn ,qw by 1.-Q W W ww X - f , M Gmc Fake! Drwe Sain Rm flfwfzatis Qrewzing in the Star Cqjyjqce. 0Pl'OSl'l'li l' l'j1jn'r left: B l'j1jn'r nfrzfwr I,ot'igno tsc liflflfl' riglllf AC L li . Becker. J Clo-ctlitors IS ZllL'tll, C. Cox. .L C.h.1ll tsgatlctly. 7 l . Novak, l,o1t'1'r l1'fI: A D. lylllllillil. l,ort'r'1' right: CZ. Hzitlieltl Cl. Sfllatlen I lwlr'j1l1o111'.' fsczttctlj, ton tlcskj. Rl'1l'OR'l'liRS, Sl'0R'l'SXYRl'l'liRS AND COl,l'NINIS'l'S Smtlnl rtrouml lnlflw: IS. Berry, I.. It-lcr, li. Spletler. XY. Kellogg, .X Clrittentlcn. Nl. .-Xngilt-ri. M. l'iCYli2llllC. Slllllllillgf N, vlillllllllls. K. kinnnich. KL. Ifieri. IS. lJiLeonzlrtli, Nl. Reid. STEINMETZ STAR Here you have the husi hnffers that serve the school lri-weekly with the lztst minute, up-toftlztte news. sports :intl leztture stories. litlitors, foltnnf nists, reporters :intl photographers tltrrote hours in the Stzn' office striving to hring the news right oil' the hre. The Stztr, issued since the year nine- teen huntlretl :intl thirty-l'onr, can ztcltl another lztnrel to its many others. This year it has heen selected :ts one ol' the thirty-one school newspztpers out ol' twenty thouszmtl ttompeting in the Freetlonfs FOllllll2lllOH contest, for having one ol' the best stories. Mrs. Borg is the sponsor. l'HO'l'OCLR.-XPHICRS M-'xNA'uil'lR5 R, f21l2ll'lClll f'.w't1lf'1ll, 'lf Hookznison fffttlllllf x NI.I,isf'r1l I-Yf7t'Tl'l'll!'IA,j. IS. llerrcr. ll. Dt- Lconztrtli. IE, Donlko C011 tzlblej. Page137 Row l : V llfcr, C. Phillips. K. Rzlgtllse. M. lYAgostino. YlillOlIlSCll Kl'res.j. 0. Slcmifk, C. Zakofl. J. Bemtix'e11ga. Row2: Bl'2llltlL'IllJlllig QV.l'..j, M. XX'oHl'. Row l: B. Hcrk. Mr. Lawlev. Brown. Row2: A. lisposilo. CI. Gibson, NI KlillL'gL'l'. lf. Di Yilo, R, XYolicr. IJ. Rannals, A. Lansing, 'l'. Ruggero, IJ. Lindcnscihnmidt. Row fl: If l'arkc1'. R. Adams. A. -lasko. KI. Price, Y. Clarawllo, R. 'I'edr'sc'o, D. Miller, IJ. lfrega. uture Qistmioutors Education FUTURE TEACHERS Il vou are interested in befoniin 1' a !IlCll'1lJC1' ol' one of the most noble Jrofessions. , B l join the F.T.C. and Gnd out the reqnisites needed to become a teacher. The world needs fine young people to prepare lor this worthy work. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION D.lZ. is a new course offered lor seniors who wish to learn Retail Merchandising. Students are given two periods in Retail Sales and are required to spend at least Hfteen hours in some store or service establishment. They receive a major credit for their work experience. Mr. Lawley is the coordinator. Page T38 l1jf,nfm,- CZ, Stllzulen. XV. lxwlmv, K. llrylzl fmt lnlrlwl, Craig fslrfilrliigqj, Swnwd fn nddvs CL Schndvn. K. l31'Vz1,XY. Kmlquw. I.C1i'zlig,C.Sticl1, Inf, R. l'i0lC1l1l, ID. Detnski. Simul- HI I li Il lx R I 'X lglll I' ever eys nfock moons' 0 auglz ter ,gg .. it oc". . .. If , . einer. H. llztrrigan. ll. Kirch- trmlt. lllklXlll'L'li. li. I,it-ska-, KEY CLUB llilll' slCllllIICl! Key Club is at c'hzt1'tei' mt'lnbet' ul the XX'est lielinunt liiwztnis. lhe nuttin lntrpose ol' this Qlitlllll is service to the scltuul. They crwmlmeiztte with the school zttlntinistrzttion :ls well :ts with other people in the Ubllllllllllllyi llivisiun teztchers l'CK'OlIllllCIlil boys, ol' high sc'hol:n'sl1ip. lrmn the 213 to fl.X clivision gmttps. The meetings are helcl XVetlnestlzty evenings at the home or business zttlclress ol some member ol' the Kiwanis. The Key Cllnb is ztvztilztble to any new Club needing help to get stztrtecl. l'1llICl'l2lllllllCllt is at big pztrt ol' their IJTOQIKLIIII. Units have been sent to Greztt Lakes :incl llines Ilnspitztl to entertain the boys. The club has vltztige ol the clean-ul: :Incl year encl lestivities. Page139 Sen tries erve itll pleasure HALLGUARDS The Preservers ol' Precious peace are zilwziys busy as beavers keeping the hulls spie and spun. These wait- ing wateliers are eager to gain points toward a service letter while serving their school. .Ks stairway snoopers they courte- ously remind you ol' your ups and clowns. The sitting sentries :ire responsible lor the many compliments Stein- inetf receives for its beautifully kept hulls. lfjrjufr Row l' Row 2 Row 3 Row 'l Row 5 Row li l,ozz'1'r Row l Row 2 jnichlrei A. Doyle, D. Mzilenius, C. .Xlbc-rli. A. Pellieane. V. Hlenger, R. lfemlclern, M. Han'- cler, F. Dzlrisi, l.. lfalclulo, l'. lfilzpatriek. A. Sehleif, J. Spillane, S. lfrieil- rick, D. Gary. lf. Kellerman. il. Faber. Yellon, I.. Mule, I'll1lllJ2lClll'l', J. Saklak, M. Anderson. A. Nelson. CI. Glass, M. O'CIonnor, M. Gur- zonetti, A. Townsencl, R. Anerrli, li. VVllll31IlS0ll. B. Rogers, J. Krectker, Grzilizun, D. Daniels, Sizivelis, B. Marion. pid ure: R. Di Argento, ll. lirerett, R. Sn- honen, S. Kulclzi, R. ljpifano, M. Alberti. R. Spielberger, J. Jukiewicz, J. Rrasehko, J. llezinlieu, J. Bebonl, CL. Woods. Row fi: NI. Saurniann, CQ. Pastore, Y. XYiller, M. Riley, CI. Koninatzke. S. McCabe. Row sl ll. Samlahl, li. Lukowicz, H. An- Row 5 Row li 1' clerson, D. lfzigun, li. Vlzigner, D. Xieinke, J. Drouelio. .-X. VI1I'h0lZCl', CI. Seitz, J. Olsen, XV. Lahl, Orclos, M, Sikilzi, Strom. I.. Twine, R. lliz1nezilana,B. Olson, R. Teuber, B. Murphy, L. Dzinfer, li. Geiger. lifts, -'ta '.s ,S ' 5. .Q la' A S8 N, Quail? . 3 .unix I ,qU.p.wS Y W, 3 I fs,-1 C . 5. 55 'vwffzm 15 r .7 T lf A if lik 3.2 l .,.,. 525 NX!! hs' H56 5 Nfl 'islam iff!! W IIE!! Page M0 Q.. ixsww X nw Q +-?M,.ff 0, . X7-was xiQ.wi..ss 'L V . 1 X Mah .1 A, Watchfu! gyes aan! QW gfaffs M, . Q HCFA , xx? 'xr . . -sa -v , .. "'t"""w-wiji . KS ll R s , 4 '55 S., H' NM ' NYJ . ted. 1' 11 A til if is R 's "1l!iX3iSi? Sizmxf -.Q Page PASS itimvi if .mf "P Plum 'TR-my 'Mamas .am at ,.,.. 5 K xi- mm M555 M ggvmvi Q sw.. - xv gg .,4. l-ll HALLGUARDS Our ever loyal silent sentinels ask the cooperation ol' the student body when it coines to paper picking. Running, loud talking and between c'lz1ss-lunches are frowned upon by the corridor i'conners". liucill corridor is supervised by H member ol' the lzleulty who in- structs her helpers in their duties, and who endeavors to impress upon them the necessity ol' being honor- able g'llZll'llS. l'j1pfr 1'1i!'l1l7'f'.' Rowl: EI. C.iznn1narrusco. A. Klinge, M. l5l2ll'llL'SBll. Row2: 61. Rulko, CL. lfurley, F. Anderson, IQ. Deluhunly, A. Tatone. l'. Be- bout. Row 3: li lludzynski, S. Kohut, lf. Nl2llll'lCC. il. Rolfs, Rolfs, F. Gerdseh. Row-l: Y. Zzlpatka, R. Rossi, II. Meilmvan, ll. Hzirtung, D. Bruno, B. l'llll0I'2lli. Rowiz li. Blziekmore. M. Becker. l'. Var- ehello, N2ll'lT2ll'2ll0, Slllllllllll. Anderson. Row 6: M. Mirrilees, XV. Ploeinski, AI. Hunnemann, R. Richman, A. Zzippizl, C. Nelson. I,rm'f'r j1ir'!1n'e.' Rowl: I., Ailillllllil, 'l'. DiVito, J. Cardi- nal, I.. Fago, S. Irwin, H. Lordots. Row2: D. XVesterberg, B. Gelly, D. Srlleluz, J. Coldenberg, R. Szy- howiez, P. Coede. Row 3: J. Cardinal, ll. Burgess. D. Lynani, R. Aeeorsi, li. 'llrz1ey, N. Kegley. Row 4: D. l'i0Hl2ll12l,'l'. llelgeson. C. Duck- horn. J. Ruggero, C. Koble, l'. Doyle. Row 11: Ii. Schultz, I., Ciidlund. J. Wester- berg, Kyvig, li. Krznner, B. Pzzllerson. Row 6: R. Zinuezynski, A. Yenulo, lf. Car! pr-mor. H. Nlzxrtin, T. FHIIISOII. vercgoocfcy Wants ago get gnto Cglze get Scene: N. Delnick frm floorj, N. Thomas fwitlz wigj. Around room: F. Mfinski Kon clzuirj, A. Carrao, C. Schaden, K. Bryza, T. -lures. On couch: E. X'Villiams0n, C. Getty. In strip: M. Eudeikis, I.. Rill, A. Mouradian, D. Conville, D. Dunham, L. Ieler, J. Intrepidi, B. Dixon, G. Augustyn, D. Ubele. GREEN CURTAIN PLAYERS Fellow Thespians, A'Lend me your ears!" Are your tlrzunatically inclined, love to einote? Then enroll in 21 Drznnzi class. ll you show talent, youill hnd yourself in one of the best clubs in the school. In Felrruury, Mrs. Haus, sponsor, director and hardest worker in the club, begun trusting' lor the Spring play. NVeeks of rehearsals followed until the night ol April 231'd, when "Seventeenth Sunnner" was pre- sented to 21 packed hull. Each Full zi one-:uit play is presented lor the enjoyment of all. Socially the Green Curtain Players' banquet made the club even more interesting. Page 142 QOL 963098443 TCZVQ ell' M Smlffl nrmmrl tulzlr: C. Paoli- nclli, J. Ness, K. Hznnc. NI. Zimny. li. Olson, P. Hanmlsflnl, J. Cn- pzln. C. llomlerzl. Slllllllillgf Sonnners, I.. Armll. I.. I,o1'L'n- zini. P. Ric'lnn'cls, QI. Riclumls, ll. llzarcwicz, L. Palmer. I"nr1uarrl.' Knrnerow. Ron' I 11111111111 ruxr: Miss Orgo, C. Rose- lllllll, li. Rosenvinge, A. lfenrlt. C, 'l'rznnl1lzly, H. :XllilCl'SOll, fl. lfellling, .X, Shaw. I.1fr111i11g on m.w: J. Sflllllllfl. J. Sezibnrg. Srrllwl in front of lrlblef: D. Romk, I.. Snnclelin, D. Borjis. D. licnmlron. .-X. Donzxlclli. Sfwfvrl in back of lable: P. Cohr, Kaplan, K. Plocar, A. Paoli-lli. M. Macznilcy, Ii. Rnggles. Slum!- ing: G. Dnenser, I.. Nordeen. R. ll0SlllCl', M, Miller, MClNIzlnis. LIBRARY CLUB Blenilners ol' this group lllllSl have strong zmns, good eyes, and enduring pzltienceg strong urnis Lo lmnnlle the llllIlCll'CllS ol' new books, good eyes to sznisly Llleir rezlcl- ing yeznnings :incl encluring pzxlience Lo nlieclc the books :incl keep Lrxnck ol' the liln'zn'y slips. Since rezuling :incl Lens seem Lo go together, tllese young lzulies an'- raniged 21 tea for the faculty lust semester. It was ll very leslive uflzlir. Mrs. XV. Mau:- Beznn, Di1'ec'to1' ol' Lilmnries, was the main speaker. Mrs. lV:llte1's :incl lier assistants give the girls worlll-wliilc training in librzn'y proc-eclure. Page llfl EOl'!Cl4' CZQS TQ l.ZZy ClyS CIVIC TICKET 'I'he openingol each semester calls lor hands in the pocket and out again with that Civic Ticket dollar lor your room representative. ltys a big deal. It includes contributions to all worthy causes, payments for all issues of the Star, admission to special assemblies, and attendance at semester parties. Remember the old adage ""'I'is better to give than to receive." VIC 'U I 3030 CAG0 3 Q our Sha? 52 0' Clflilfe with cl0,sJa11' 19 'A Q Juniors ond Seniors In the C: NI. Esposito, j. Melau, l'. Fitzpatrick, D. Corcoran Cl. Mews, Aj. Svec. M. Motzer, N. Nebergall. Caltagirone, B. Ossler. ll. XVooley, B. Mach, ti, Disney, K. Schreiber. M. Lis, G. jensen, N, Licht, II, Tessaro, .I. Donnom, A. Townsend li. Rosenvinge, D. Crane. Gilbo, I., Burns. bl. Kaminski, M. Blackmore Christensen. D. lidwards .l- Sophomores and Freshmen In lite T: R. DiArgento, M. Anderson, D. Ippolito, P. Nelles, D. Sandahl, M. Kirby, C. Neubauer. E. XVagne", I. XYatt. A. Karntqard. L. Maniscalco, B. Patterson, X'Voodrufl', D. Higgins, M. Schultz, P. Siemien, -I. Brandenberg, B. Berrey. R. Ranieri, B. Rojik. NI. Andresen, B. Rojik. B. Arramone, C. Houy, . Anderson, M. Houser, . Du Mez, P. Steiner, B. Fromm, Smith, D. Rothe. M. johnson, B. Pilch, J. Syversen, .l M Jacobsen, R. Edwards. Page144 Ile- - , . , . .34 Sep P1106 .s.1e1avfrf" ,apes 5. Heads Llpf ofet s 0. SILVER STREAK REPRESENTATIVES Well, Well! What have we here? Can you identify anybody in this kingdom ol headless mortals? By the time these ardent workers finish collecting all the payments on the Annual pledges, they feel like beheaded beggars. 'Without their help, the Annual oflice would be at a great loss. However, the experience is good lor these workers, and they earn two service points each semester while they are get- ting it. D. Alpert, -I. Anderson, M. Anderson, M. Angileri, N. Belssner, B. Berry, P. Boyd, P. Budzynski, D. llussc, A. Chall, C. Choyinski, KI. Christiansen, KI. Clinton, C. Cody, B. Dixon, A. Dobbs, C. Druss, C. Duckhorn, F. Erikscn, A. Femlt, M. lfiorilo, P. Fitzpatrick, Forbes, S. Fornell, C. Glass, -I. Gorhani, G. Golfron, M. Gordon, P. Handschu, D. Harris. 13. Horn, M. Jeniti, M. Jensen, Kourakis, M. Kratky, 'I'. Krause, M. Langlois, -I. Meyers, M. Mobcrg, A. Nagel, D. Norby, C. Neubauer, D. Ossler, D. Pagnozzi, B. Patterson, CL. Pitzafero, M. Rieley, YV. Roos, -I. Sandahl, M. Saurmann, D. Shepley, il. Thorne. li. Yischillis, IC. Vogl, M. XVeston, KI. XVheelcr, N. Hliegman, R. limcl. B. Zimmerman. ILV, R STREAK PLE GE 1951-5 I wish mm 1951-1952 3 . s 3. 75 y bv.. by 11 Q y ' I... P l ui . up I understand P 1 t . thl e e tssts e m I Itlc- -,-v:::- I 55 ' ..,:, v..: n X H ham 5 ., ig, K , ed u I1 . ..,. t .I 1-ss .. c' fs . -A . cla' 3 ... . 'A Q' s- " 5 5 ff I Q, Y , , 3 4, . ' is 'Ef ' g A . :gf ' .V ' A. sz-asf W , ., , Q: .. . 'Vl'?f'A .. . .... ... -an V ,Lied f . iv V , K -qllpllv : Z nfl? . 'W is 1 rf 9' R' sw 1 ll r . :E ' E S . 5 w x Vx Lv fe r' new xii- ,ig . ,. . 1515 'iq L 5 me .,.,, ik- gf., my ,H ZIVH H E g ulih W ig: gn Q in luvlzl My ... gil sexi , jr' 35 iw . urn your 2.3. ion Re sentative Page 145 esln - aisln 3 moyer acers V lrulf S. Krott, R. Spielberger, O. Front: President G. Farley. Rowl: A. Skack, S. Fornell, N. XVatson, Merner, E. YN out , Kamptner, M. Peacock. Row2: E. Referda, D. Schuetz, l'. Boyd, gl. Hernandez, R. Suhonen, K. Young, D. ldarzynski, J. Keller, J. Pator, Yllegner, C. Bruse. Row 3: M. Schulz, A. Carr, G. Cosy, S. Schoemann, H. Anderson, S. Paloian, D. Bromstead, sl. Vischulis, M. Peters, M. Day, A. Maass, P. Petersen. ROW4: B. Froinm, B. Reinlie, L. Papen, L. Yearsley, S. Roberts, Hill, N. Glessner, V. Ufer, M. Kirby, li. Schultz, C. Phillips. Officers: G. Farley QPres.j, G. Gosey QSec.j, M. Schulz QV.l'.j, N. XVats0n QTreas.j. SKATING CLUB If you enjoy dancing around on shining skates to the tune of fancy waltzes and lively fox trots, and if you like to go whizzing along counter clockwise about the rink, mingling with familiar Steinmetx laces, consults Mr. Pitzele about admission to this fun-loving club, called Steinmetx Skating Club. It meets almost every Week at the Hub Rink. Each semester a party is sponsored by them, and a part of the admission fees is turned over to the school. Each member is distinguished by a special pin designed especially for Steinmetz. Page 146 ne e..H W. TR.-XCIK Row I: If. Dupree, V. Hausrnaner, ul Novak, ll. Thorne. . Row 2: Nl. Riel, R, Nlesehewski, CL Pinderski, tl. Banas, R. Foss R. Seiht, R. llressler, G. Gel ger, A. ZlIl1ll'LllYlil, Managerg Slbllfil, Manager: Mr. 'Iihomp son, Loafh. GOLF CILVB lx'r11'rling.' Mr. llolm, Sponsor. Sfrzrzzlizzg: lf. lmckie. CL. Rellfeld lfilzgerald, li. Spleller, A Skafk, A. .'kXlSl'lll0llS. uitters yjever in, inners ever CQMZ TRACK TEAM Mr. 'I'hompson's sprinters can be seen alter school raising the dust on the campus track as they spin around the curves practicing not only for their own enjoyment, but also in anticipation ol' the competitive runs held znnong the various high schools. Pinderski seems to he in the lead. GOLF TEAM Any good goller at Steinmeln is eligible for membership on the team. The team meets at Bunker Hill twice a week. On May 6, the State Qualilication tournament took place. Two qualifying teams were sent to the University ol' Illinois to compete for State Championship. Last year Steinmetz Finished third in the North side district. Their hopes are lor first place this year. Mr. Holm, an expert goller himself, sponsors the boys. Page 147 Cgltrikes nc! Spares anislz Genres Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: MF? E. Romadka, D. Meyers, F. Wlilliams, M. Anderson. E. Vogl, B. Majewski, R. Feddern, B. Savage, M. Jensen, D. Ufer. D. Jarczyk, S. Bucher. J. Hill, Rasmussen, R. Jurwick, E. Fisher, M. Mertens, N. Schaefer, V. Ufer, D. Fernback, Bottony. Dahl, G. Nelson, B. Trebat, C. Jensen, C. Lavnick, A. Duckhorn, J. Anderson, Hughes, N. Grider. L. Forward: D. YVcdin, with book Qmangj, B. Dixon, O. Sleznick Qmangj, Mr. Holm. Forward: R. Derr. Row l Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Row 6: R. Kopriva, R. Yvagner, Mr. Holm. R. Knippel, C. Falk, R. Sommers. G. Fitzner, G. Morin, B. Crandall, B. Maday. R. Giese, L. Yvolak, R. Griswold, R. DiLeonardi, P. Mazzio. S. Scurto, R. Brettner, R. Bockman, R. Marion, D. Brucki, M. Verni. N. Delnick, G. Dearing, R. Radke, D. Cargano, J. lfitvgeraltl, li. 1-lwert, R. Gargano, C. MacCrindle, R. Riehman. BOWLING TEAMS 1t's fun: it's sociable: it's good exercise and fine practice. Mr. Holm, the sponsor, generously gives his time after school to su Jervise his "kids", as he calls them. Stratford is the nlace, and it han- l l 1 pens once a week. Sixteen teams, four to a team, make up the group. Trophies went to Fitzgerald, Delnick and Ciese. Five of the best bowlers will take Jart in the intra-school com etition. Girls I l P with perfect attendance will be awarded trophies ol. merit. Page 148 Qty ie gh? QQMQS Bglllifld C9-ll? UQMS fi Row 1: F. Engesser, C. Heine, R. Agncllo Jco-cap.j, J. Svec. R0w2: Amlvrsrm. D. Kiwwane. Snklxlk. Rmv fl: B. Bogy lfllllb. l'. Kei-see. Row l: M. Slcillkc, Rulls. l'. Temple, Rolfs, ll. Jensen. Rmviz CZ. sQ'll2ll-Clllilli, xl. Kznwzil. R. lilI'L'l1IlCl'. CHEERLEADERS 'llhey've gm the stezmi The crowcls start screzmiiug They're on the beam, XVllCI1 they come gleaming, They cheer our tC2lll1. XVith smiles a'be:1u1ing. Toss high your caps, .Xml give them flaps: They'1'e the girls Behind our chaps. Page 149 ey re he Steam Qelzin Q eam Upper right: Mrs. li. AI. Rogers, Mrs. Ii. Novak, Mrs. C. Hillstroni, Mrs. A. J. Clouston, Mrs. YV Turk, Mrs. C. Scanlan, Mrs. L. Allen, Mrs. Mcrner. Center lfjl: Sizzmiing: Mrs. S. Smith Q1'rcs.j, Mrs. H. Boehm fllctt. Sec.j, Mrs. E. Becker fTreas.j Mrs. J. Larson Qlst V.I'res.j. Mrs. I". Puniilia Q2nd V.l'res.j, Mrs. A. J. Mazzio QCorr. Sec.j. Sealed Mrs. L. Springer QPast 1'res.j. Lower right: Mrs. Merncr, Mrs. R. Tholnas, Mrs. Du Prec, Mrs. H. Kriz, Mrs. Schaefer, Mrs. Ericksen, Mrs. Schinion fPast Prcsj, Mrs. Pumilia, Mr. Lakin fSponsorj. VARSITY MOTHERS' CLUB Several years ago, Mr. Lakin and some of the leading athletes Called a meeting of the mothers of many of the athletes for the purpose of discussing how they could help out the various teams. From this conference sprang forth the present "Varsity Mothers' Club", now a very active group. They are always arranging affairs where- by money can he raised to buy part of the equipment for both major and minor teams. To he eligible for membership, the mother must have a son active on the Varsity Team. Page 150 y vw 478121 OUHCQ C9-CLAQS 'ZH Qunce ,4- l'11j1r'1' Ivfl: Anderson. I'. DiNlichaCl, M. Reilly, D. Harris, KY. I.cnl. llflflifl' right: M. Strelfli, R. fllIlCl, D. Koch, A. Clri llcndcn. I.o1vm' left: Edwards, M. Johnson. I.. lheilgaard, S. Rcicihcll, A. Kilnlnirll. l.o11'1'r righi: B. Sclnnidl, N. vllllifllgilillll, Hale, Z. Moore, li. Lange. On fIU7A.Yt'.' JO FIlh0I'llC, Chairlnan. ll you wish to lcel the breath ol' s mrinff H ' I P, lntcfts, the warmth ol sunnner's sun, and the crispness ol' 2ll1llllIlll,S air against your laces, -join the Saddle liouncers. Go with them weekly to Happy Day Riding Stables: mount a stecd and be oil. Ride out on the open range lor an hour, and you'll trot hack again with your cheery laces all aglow, niadc ruddy by Nature, the great woridersworker. Ask Miss Pearl Sutherland, the sponsor, lor lurther details. Page 151 'fling R: UH WOM O ri CHIC! gn gfdfld Arozozfl table: nl. O'Ncil. Mi: YVelin Miss Kilgour, XV. Reneulv- M. Verni. Slmzfling: L. Bosch, R. Nclufelcll. Around table: B. Kellogg, D. Ufer, V. Ufer, -I. Hlzlvucck, -I. De Horn, R. Do- naio, li. Shunske, AI. Cllinlon, l'. Novak, RI. Ring, E. Boznn, D. Clzinzxcleo. Simul- ing: J. Ahohell, R. Jf"lfm'1, A Chrislo- phcr. Slumling: R. lfolenu. SOCIAL DANCE COMMITTEE A group ol' sulclenls, inlereslecl in niziking the lfriclzly nighi socizils 21 success, work wiLh Mr. lVelin :incl Miss Kilgoin' Lo plain novehies in enLei'lziininenL lor the clznicc patrons. lun E MR. DOWNEY'S WORK GROUP Students interested in working part ol the day and zillencling school the oiher part, inset with Mr. Downey, placement advisor, Lo seek zlclvice on where Lo go and what to do. f".s,5igm Page 152 Row li Svrrlwfl: B. Bogy, D. Oldham EI. Suklzik, Cl. Disney, A. Cocchi M. Ilzieobscn, J. McCz1r ' Rolllsithiller. Row 2: R. XVhile, N. Hznnpe, D. Bo- hulzi, H. Tclkunip. Row fl: ll. Clzisiiio. IQ. Clontinc. H. Smith, A. Dnztkhorn. C. Eich- lI1Zlll,lJ. Kemrcit. K. Kinnnich, il. Callie, CZ. Michalek, I. Leineweher. R. Spelka, T. Fi- clufcti. IC. Brznier. Ly, 1. l asscy airs wir! Q7lzem gnto Step Row li Row 2: Row fl: Row Al: A. Schlorkc, Clinton, C. Breen, M Hobbs, G. Lorenz, P. Pettcnuzzo, S. N-J, Sansone, D. Corcoran, J. Ring, ll. Gibson A. Reich, P. Brettner, C. Maas, P. Schul- ler, R. Ranke, S. Alaia, B. Iingelthaler, Ii. lllillit, C. Thomas, P. Boyd. C. YVezeman, L. Dahl, R. Folena, D Koch, S. Teinsch. M. Anderson, Keesee, R. Paschke, S. Ifornell, Hornung. K. llryxa, C. Phillips, D. Hernandez, l'fer, .L Smenlek. C. Muczynski, liwald. M. XVolfl'. NI. Creganti. Row l: H. Smith, N. Thomas, P. Vesper, S. Reichelt. ROW2: P. Olszewski, F. Kobat, M. Sayre, A. Shaw, H. Smith R.O.T.C. BAND The R.O. Band shines in all its glory with sparkling buttons and polished shoes -- neatness supreme f Federal Inspection, community parades, school assemblies, and military gatherings call upon these fellows and girls many times during the year. Mr. I. Feldman is their sponsor and Ken Bryza is their leader. BATON TWIRLERS High-spirited strutters head all football processsions. They swirl and twirl about, twirling in rapid rhythm those brilliant batonsg and the crowd cheers as the gay riot of beauty and color performs. They furnish spirit and pep for the team and good entertainment for the spectators. Page l5fl CSDtQl'fL4TlQfZ gs tg ggeautzfuf cgvcfzoof Upjlm' picture: Seated around t11I1If'.' Mrs. li. Shabat, D. XV Iiorito, Milano, F. I Row 1: G. Krause,.'I'. Palma, L. Pinn, B Pct cone, P. D1 Michele, A. Iovinella, E. Bilansky, S. Reichclt, R. Jedlick, KI. J. W'illas, C. Ciolkowski, D. Edwards, Row 2: SPONSORS AND OFFICERS Seated: Circle ibiclure: I. Milano QPresj M. qSec.j, F. Liuzza fAtt. Seej, Mr. lveaver, Mrs. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council has sever estcrberg, B Arranione T Krause P M h . , , . ., . urp y. M .iuzza, Mr. H. XVeavcr, M. Fio Rito, P. Bacarella. crson, R. H lt Kratky. u man, D. Kosian, M. Gordan, M. Fran YVatt, S. Furlin, A. Karmgard, P. Peterson, L. Dahl J. Ramey. Fiorito QV. P . . ., . urphy Shabat. resj, T Krause fTre1sj P M al new ideas in mind which they will attempt to put into practice before long. One project that they wish to undertake is an Honor Study period. They intend to start with a small group and gradually increase its number as t l ' ' ' ' ' ' s uc ents show a willingness to Join. The Executive committee is sincere in this experiment, and they ask their fellow workers to help them in this worthy venture. Page 154 1 he Gouncz' kilns 0 eep gt flat Way S'I'l7DliN'I', FAC1lll.'l'Y, ADVISORY CIOMMI'l"l'1?F lrllllfl' jziflzlre: Milano Ql'res.j. Sealer! lrfl lo righl: KI. Cliolkowski, Mr. XVelin, Mrs, Qleflormls, lf. Linua fSf1llIflllIQl, Miss Rasmussen, R. llultman fxlrrnrlizzql, Mr. Lawlev, M. lfioritn QV.P.j, Mrs. Shabat. K I Ll 1 FXl'lCl.l'lllYE C0lNlNll'lV1lFE Smlwl: P. Bacarella, C. Iovinelli, ml. NVillz1s. I'. Murphy, 'l'. Krause, M. lfiorito, J. Milano, F. Linzza. Stzuzrling: M. Kralky, R. Hnllman. li. Bilansky, R. jedlick, j. Hlatt. STUDENT COUNCIL In the past year an advisory Committee consisting ol nienihers, sponsors and faculty nieinhers was inaugurated. Their joh is to plan projects most beneficial to the general welfare oi the school. 'l'he Council oiliee is the room oil the North end of the main foyer. Plans are uncler way to remlecorate and relurnish this olhce. It will he an attractive place to work in and should he an encouragement to the nienihers to give their best to the school in the west. Mrs. Shahat and Mr. YVeaver are the sponsors. Page 155 Sports in the school day act like in Recipes of Success. Like Salt, Sports tone down the mental ingredients and create a thirst for vigorous physical exercise. lJj1j2m' f2lCl1ll'ff.' Row l: D. Schmidt, XV. Tank. H. Newhouse, Cl. Jaworski, G. Norris, J. Xllilbourn, J. Samhucci, J. lXIttC1ahle, T. Guido, XV. Kozlov, F. Burnier. Row2: D. Barak, R. Rink, J. Coulter, H. May, J. Graham, C. Frankian, J. Scott, J. Pallin, J. Muscari, .X. Rizzo, J. Muno, XV. Ohlson. Row 3: A. Reich, F. Infnsino, D. Potter, XV. Zaker, R. Heck, D. Blazek, T. Donato, A. Skack, H. Kirchhardt, S. Siavelis, XV. Tedtman. I.111t'erj1ict'z1re.' Row l: D. Schmidt, H. Newhouse, C. Jaworski, J. Xvillmonrn, J. McCabe, T. Guido, XV. Kozlov. Row2: G. Norris. Row3: NV. Tank, F. Burnier, J- Samhucci. Not l1i1'l1mfrI.' L. Bosch. J. McCabe QAll Cityj, D. Schmidt QVVest Sectionj. Court: Picltzrrcl on ojrjmsile juzgey S. Kohut, A. Rix, B. Jahns QQueenj, J. Lindquist, D. Meyers. Qrzicfziron ageantry FOOTBALL TEAM l9-52 SCORES Steinmetz Streaks broke all records this year, chalking up seven wins and one loss, losing only to Harrison with a score of nineteen to nothing. This record was reason enough to round out the season with a colorful football dance leaturing the football Queen and the members of her court. Mr. Vesel, the coach, is proud of the team and is keeping his fingers crossed for next yez1r's boys. Page 1:38 Lake View 0 Kelvin Pk. 0 Marshall 0 Foresman 0 Wells l2 Tuley 7 Harrison 19 ....... .... Leyden 0 Steinmetz Steinrnetz Steinmetz Steinmetz Steinmetz Steinmetz Steinmetz Steinrnetz if '5b"'V ff? p Jqgazin, own gain, Qui ever Qui JUNIOR BASKETBALL liven though the Juniors failed to gain ll spot in the coveted city play-offs, they compiled the hnest record :my Streak pony team has made. Jack Pulley, who placed fourth in the City junior scoring race and who smashed every existing record ut Steinmetl, led the juniors to Zl season that netted eleven victories in nineteen games. .lim Altohell, hard driving forward was the Captain of the team. In Front: KI. Altobcll. Row l: G. Ranallo, I.. Kowal. NI. Mnno, A. johnson, P. Pettenuzzo, D. Harwick. R0w2: G. Nahabcdizin, Rizzo, R. Reidenhach, B. Allen, Pulley. B. Frilli, C. Frankian. Page 160 0157 eepers gn gasket Eapers K 113 S15 I11 1'I'11IlIZ f.l11I1'1l 1 .:1ki11. R1111' l: R. f111lS1ll1. XY. 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'I110 11101-1111 10111111 XVZIS 11113110 11 2lg2l1l151 1011 1115505. 1110 511621118 1'2llJllll'C11 5011-11 011111011 1011 102114110 g2llI1CS. x12l1'S1ll11 I 111C XX0515011111111111111111111115, 110115, I1lC'lk1llll1Cl'S-llll, 111111 il 5111111g .-11151111 1110 11' 1110 111111 ICZIIIIS 111 11011511111 1111 910111111011 1110 111 102114110 131111. 516111111011 01110 111C 1111111115 16611 11111111111 1111111111110111. 11101 1111111111011 111 1111? 501111111 111111111 111 11111v 11011110 1JC1llg' 11010111011 111 1'l1lO5CYC'11. Il 1921111 111111 111111011 ll 1110111110 111 1111 S1 11-11115 1111 50115 011. 11211191111 E ii E l tl 2 2 E 5 ., .Z Heginllilzg rl! Ihr' flollom of 11111 S: Billingsley, A. Avischions, B. Allen, R. Reiflellhartli, Rizzo. .-X. Rizzo, Sxnnlnltici, .-Xllohsll, L. Kowal, ll. Dlleonarcli, 'l'. Guido tV.l'.j, N. Ciramarossa, ll. liil'Cl1l12ll'lll, A. Skack, R. Schultz, J. Ilarle mann, l',Dof1a!o. D, Slnpka, I., Spafrer, D. Pllllllllil. lD.'I'rinl4ans fVl4l'L'2lS.D,1'l.llfllll. R. Rink, B. lIhc'lIx?rg. XY. fzxlgcl, XY. Rozlrw fF3.'c'.j, CL. Piliclerski. KV. liotlow, QI. Beckman. D. Bllllllk. Q0 - Qetters get he letters - LETTERMEN'S CLUB The Lettermen's club, open only to boys receiving a letter in a varsity sport, has a membership ol' approximately thirty Hve boys. Mr. Lakin, the sponsor, works along with the boys on such projects as the Alumni basketball game with the lootball team. Their meet- ings are held every Uletlneszlay morning in the boys' health room. Page H32 k ave 0 ear lie guards .gre ilzeczr Row l: R. Brendectke, XV. XVchcr, IS, Manchester, 'l'. Guido, R. Rossi, V. Zapotkzt, D. Fontana. Row2: R. Nickclc, Ll. Seno, J. Bztrlcls, D. Hnlthcrg, L. Shalzt, QI. Pztllin, R. Kotiilu. Rowfi: R. Buehler, H. Rodman, kj. Street, P. Novak, Splctfcr, R. Heber, D. Gratnnann, Mr. Haxlicek. Ilixing Bozirti: XY. finfke, K. Bryan. NI2llllll't'ilL'iii. A. Strctlcr. BOYS' SWIM Several times zt week these waiter hugs under the sponsorship ol' Coach Hztvlicek have their wings rezttly :intl ztre rziring to rzice ztcross the pool. In the city meets, the , lmoys plztfetl high in the 200111111 the IZU yztrtl swims. Row li Row 2: Row 3: C. Scott, D. Steinke, D. XVZIQICY. K. Mztclero, li. YVooth'uif, Cl. lfitzgcrulcl, O'Neil. li. Schneider, B. Pilch, S. Iliorhu, P. Kztllin, M. Vartzi- heclizxn, Swanson, IJ. Norhy. IJ. lcimet, M. Carlson. M. Miller, M, Loftus, N. Gissel- hrccht, C. Denschlc, P. Bart. CZ. l'il'2lDZ. Page Hifi LIFE GUARDS To qualify for zu life guztrd's position at girl must pass the Intermediate swim test. Then she may sign up to serve :is zt gtlzml :hiring her study period. Miss Role-nee is the teacher in tthztrge. Qui 504' 4'QClA'l.Hg AQ KRQCO4' STEINMETZ STREAKS Steinmetz Streaks have always had the distinction ol proving themselves leaders in the bztsehull lineup. As this zlrticle goes to press, they are keeping their fingers crossed lor smother successful year. XfVith Mr. Runickzi at the helm and such tel'- rific players :ls Rizzo, Anderson, Zwierzynzt :md Schulze, it's possible that Stein- metl may luring home Zl pennzmt lor its Alma Matter. ISASIQBALI. Tli.-XM Row 1: J. Mules, N. Anderson, kj. Rizzo, R. Buehler, XV, lleydenhurg. Row 2: G. Stichuuf, D. Schultz, M. Callus, -I. Willmotnn, lj. Cialtagerone, P. Allen. Row 3: D. Fontana, H. Zwierzyna, D. Neswold, B. llzniis, ll. Pater, fiflllfll Ruzicku, N. Grzinnzirossa, D. Stupku, M. Ord. ' Coach Ruziclau, NI. Ord, D. Schultz. liattefy rmnl1irmlion.- Catcher: lb. Slupka, Butter: N. Amlerson. BIlCkg7'UllI1l1f XYilhourn, Riuo, Slnrzdilzg: H. Zwicrxynu. Page 164 1 letter zirfs gre Qetter QU' S lforwa1'cl: R. Agnello. Row l: P. Aland, M. Burziro, A. Mouradian, M. Faust, ll. Bogy, B. Andersen, D. Wugler. Row2: I. Kawal, LI. lfrzniz, ll. Kanabv, J. Thomsen, A. Chall, QI. Anughes, C. Heine, in Kliiim, S. Miller. Row IS: J. Saklak, D. Sclk. C. Luvnick, D, Kissane, QI. Andersen, N. Hoff, M. Varuxhcdiun, Swanson, N. Gricler, E. lfisher 0jl'ir'er.x: E. Fisher Ql'rcs.j, S. Swanson QV.P.j, C. Luviiick QSec. Miller Q'I'reas.j. 5, S. LETTERGIRLS Parties, liziyr11c'ks and fun galore, Are just ai lew things that lie in store For Lhese athletic' lussies, the letrer girls, XVho are deeply sreepecl in the zilhlelic' whirl. They clish out good service with ll smile, .Xml are earning some points :ill the while: Nliss Role-ure sponsors this lively humh, hvllll love their inc-eLings more than their lunch Page IGS Page 166 ' .a R. 1.0 POSTURE WINNERS Lffl Pirlure: Mrs. Smlc1'ln3l'g. B. kllllillby. I'j1jn'r 1'igl1i.' I.. Iclvr, In! rcpirli, Il. Schullcr. KL. Wllcclm' fsllylfb, G. Smit. C. Disucy, Il. Rei Szuilm QSIIYIACD, R. Anlinarclli. S. l'12lil'b2illkS. NI. Ncubzlucr. zum' I'ir'lur0: Szfrllml: K. Ragusu. CZ. llsuschlc, S. Kllhlllll, 'l'. Iiricks: Ile 1 L. I'1I'Zllll, ll. XVccllil1, R. Kchurl. Ix'n1'r'li11g: C. Stull, D. Nerhy, I. A 1 S. Roll:-rls, B. Rogcws, NI. Loftus, .sfllllflillgf Cirippc, C. Ilufh, Grilupc. Work and Qfay Witk Cylze G.A.A. BOARD l'1'r'i11rf'rl rm rfjafmxiir' jurgw: Un lnrlflw: Iinllmzz in imp. CI. Mews, CZ. brippe. D. Norhy, BI. f12lIll1Il0, C. Ifillgcrzllcl, To lv!! of Irlrlrlrr: Hou' I: llxlrcpidi, Grippc, CI. Lzlxnifk. Rnw2: IE. Becker, 'I'lloms:n, il. lfllllll, Cl. lluusiihlc, O. Slcznirk, Mrs. Hmlmllftrg. In riglzl nf lrzrlrlw: Run' I: 'I'. l'zl'ikNi'll. li. lfishcr, R. Kchzlrl. How 2: S. Rubcltls, NI, Luflus, B. Killllllbf, D. Wcmlin, B. Rogers. Page 167 RAIN I flllfl' f7I!'lllV!'.' C.. llc-lm: lx. l'.1l1CkC. A. Nelson. N, Hoff. ISXSICIS.-Xl.1, 1.rm'1f1' fJf!'lIlVI'.' Row I: M, Carlson, CI. Dcusfhlc. C. llrnss, D. lirirksrm. Ruwlfi li. Schneimlcr. King. NT. Klasky. l"m'n'11nl: 'l'L'ssm'o. 5 xwu. Jinx et our OPS! Of W he Cgvpfaslz Ol'l'osl'lI4, I,'.-xml ADVANCED SWIM CLUB IWH V 1 D . Y I'j1ju'r lfffg Row l: Ii. Ifisher, IJ. Sclk, Rem' 2: Cl. Lznnimk Ilns year Mlss Rolences walter ballet surpznssecl ull other Im. lmsselml, N. 6.1-ider. years. The pzageznn seleclccl Lhe ELISLCI' liclnion ol' any news, SIAMESF f1""1"Rl'3N I,'j2j1m' rigid: lx'11r'1'!i11g: Ii. NIZICICIYJ, Cl. Aland. Slfaurlizl paper as its Lhcnle, and they worked out fancy SXX'illlllliIlg' M' "C5"Hf'11 P' NCHSS' A , , fff'7Ilf'7' lcfl: CI. lfrxlnf. M. X'zn'IchCdian, IIUIIIIJCI-5 2ll'0l1l1ll the Y2il'l0llS 566110115 ol Lhe IJZIIJCIA. Il. wus lCfXS'l'lfR l'.-XIQAUIC an wry unique lJCl'l'Ol'1Il2llN'C and lJe.lul.1lnll5 dong. Ihc Lwo lffwm- right: tj. O'NeiI. A. xlzu-Imrlinuc. lfwfrm- S. Milln IS. Pilrth, CL. lic-luring, perlunnzxmics clrew 1'CC'Ol'll cmwcls. miflwl-INU To KNOW WH, Page 168 Iiullrmz lrfl: R. .-Xnderson. B. .-Xllclcrsoll. Cl,-YI' AND CLXNARY linllom rffulrfr: IJ. N'eglcl', l'. Bilfl. SI.-XITLHTICR linllrmz righi: V. Kullin. Kzlwzll. 33595 555 I ai Q-r,'r,Ji1 Y ,f .. 'W-an n Lgnvitation C70 Cglze ance Miss Peterson's dancing groups are the talk of the town, one has only to look at this array ol ballerinas posed in ultra graceful dancing positions, to realize that there is sulhc-ient reason lor this club ol' nimble toes, rating the neighborhood spot light. Any time the school sends out a call for dance numbers, up comes quiet Miss Peterson with something that will suit the occasion, and in a short time her girls are all ready to whisk off the dance. The girls love the work, and the school thoroughly enjoys watching them perlorm. Page 170 Upper lzffl: Foreground: M. Anderson. Row 1: J. Rossi, A. Schadegg, J. Baranowski, J. Nllatson, E. Passi, M. Keating, D. Converse, P. Temple. Row 2: P. Goede, li. Delahunty, C. Neilsen, P. Bochle, J. Kostner. J. Rcnsik, M. Lohan, Adams, YV. Jurek. Row 3: J. Johnson, C. Regas, J. Rasmussen, M. Tedtman, G. Nissen, Nl. Miller, B. Horn, M. Kotars, J. Edwards. Row 4: E. Machnek laccomp.j, J. Heindenreich, V. Miller, M. Mirrilees, M. Cronert, Sporrer, N. Lund, D. Krueger, A. Charles. Center left: Schumert, J. Jensen, R. Broniarcxyk, A. Rickert. Polish Co.sl11n1z'5.' Foreground: E. Kupiszewski. Row l: R. De Santi, li. lforst, E. Referda. Row2: C. Larson, B. Shea, N. Thomas, P. Hart. I.0we'r Tiglllf K. Bliesener, F. Kobat, E. Kroyer, J. Healy, N. Bringe. Ojljzoxilr' Jmgf: Ujzjzm' lofi: J. Still. Schumerl. N. 'l'homas, li. lforst, N. llringe, D. Cary, li. Kupiszewski, li. Yogl, C. Hatfield, J. Healy, B. Mitchell, J. Wlalter, Referda. Upper riglzl: Row 1: D. Gary, J. XValter, B. Vogl, li. Caputo. Row22 J. lVilbourn, C. Bruse, D. Bringe, J. Jensen, J. Still, A. Rickert. Cenler left: J. Adams, C. Nielsen, M. Anderson, Baranowski M. Keating. Center riglzl: J. lValter, B. Mitchell, C. Hatheld, D. Cary. Lowffr jriclure: Leaping: A. Rickert, Jensen. Iforegrou nd: P. Polend. Row l: R. Broniarczyk, R. DeSanti, XV. Gaw, C. Larson. T. Kobat, li. Kroyer, K. Bliesener. Row2: C. Bruse, D. Bringe, B. Shea. M. Radecki, A. Dobbs, P. Hart, C. Braun. In background: M. Henderson laccompj -E 5 ? UIMQQWS ijhl IAQ R.O.T.C. l.t. Kingery, now in charge of the R.O.'l',C., is prourl ol' the cziclets who look Federal honors this year. The Rille Teznn shoulcl receive special C'OlIllIlCllll2IlLlOll since it wa: -l -1 ' ' ' " ' ' is c mann to take p.11t 111 the inter -scllolzistici zxncl inter-collegiate Kliltifllj it 1 vas selected to Iire in the Nzlticmal R.O.'l'.C. Firing Match. They were unclefeatecl in nine consecutive shoulcler to SlIOIllllCl' nlzntches, total teznn points being' 7,5110 Ujzjmxilz' jmgc: Olflfllll-1RS Row l: lf. Molmcrg, I.I. Cul., D. DC1l1Skl Maj. Row 2: D. Iiclwzmls Cilaptj. ml. XVheelcr fllaplj, tl. Hcineman QCapt.j, M. lfiorilo fffzlptj. R, Hlhile fflziplj, Row Fl: II. Ihclc Q2ncl I.l.j, D. Lien f2ncl I.t.j, Ii. Sfflllllllilll Q2ncl I 1 ' ' ' R. C.l.1lch f2ncl I.t.j, I. lNIucI":n'lzn1c C2ncl 1.1.5. J. Zullo 42nd I.1. . D l"m'eg1'm1l1rl: I.. llnllock. ll. liclwartls. Row I: lfrrml Io Imrik: H. Jensen. A. Stern. lx. Mzlrsluill, A. Tenuta. IH. Price, R. Neufelclt, R. Vlznlker, II. lnllo, R. Clatch. Row 2: IB. Mzulzly, R. Olson, R. 'Vwinn fQQZQ Skoczcn, R. Vernon, M Slwicc. R. Nlcfiloskcry, li. Schuf mann. Rowfl: -I. hl2If'l'liII'l2IllC, A. Schultz, Linkuwski, R. lzicohs. R. Al- hrcclll. D. Lim, XV. Kellogg. ll. lhclc. COLOR GUARD l'lIII7Cl'. I.. Ilulluck, A. MctCloskv, W. Donglicrty. Page 173 FIRST YEAR CADETS Upper picture: Rowl: A. Tennta, Schultz, R. Liby, L. Schwartz, C. Hannelnann, N. Rosenfeld, L. Signs. Row2: R. Jacobs, Mfislo, S. Olsen, D. Bloch, D. Moser, D. Anderson, R. Edwards. Row 3: lf. Carpenter, A. Vennto, R. Hansen, F. Siebert, M. Szwiec, I". Clews, R. Lynch. eeping gn tep Iifwitlz Q clriaes SECOND YEAR CADETS Opposite side: Ufvjmr jxicture: Rowl: J. Boras, G. Maday, R. Glass, Cpl. R. Haas, Cpl. B. Maday, Cpl. D. Lecdy, Cpl. Dvorak, R. Tedesco. Row2: Cdt. Sgt. R. Konba, R. lfelde, R. Olson, J. Panzer, Skoczen, C. Price, R. Albrecht, G. Mayer. Row 3: J. Trentlel. R. Lentz, Cdt. Cpl. S. Nicosia, Cdt. Cpl. R. Coinperda, Cdt. A. Stern, Cdt. Cpl. H. Jensen, Cdt. F. Nicholson, L. X'Volak. Row 4: Cdt. R. Schnabel, Cpl. Hanna, Cpl. A. McCloskey, Cdr. Cpl. J. Vernon, Cdt. R. Humanski, Cpl. H. Herr, Cdt. Blnstein, Cdt. Sharbaro. THIRD YEAR CADETS Opposite side: Lower picture: Row l: Sgt. lst Cl. B. Price, Cdt. Cpl. C. Heinemann, D. Deinski, 2nd Lt. D. Edwards, Cpt. C. Moberg, Lt. R. YVhitc, Lt. M. Fiorito, lst Lt. J. XVheeler, Cdt. V. Cara- vcllo. Row2: Sgt. lst Cl. A. Swanson, Cpl. R. X'Veisz1nann, Sgt. lst Cl. li. Schumann, Sgt. XV. Garnett, M!Sgt. R. Neufeldt, Sgt. lst Cl. YV. Kellogg, MfSgt. J. Zullo, lst Sgt. R. Reindl, MfSgt. L. Lang. Row3: Cpl. R. Twinn, Sgt. M. Fanello, lst Sgt. D. Merkle, lst Sgt. J. Maclfarlane, Sgt. lst Cl. H. Ibele, MfSgt. J. Craig, Pvt. C. Cast, MfSgt. B. Johnson, Sgt. R. Gerner. Row4: Sgt. D. Fenwick, Sgt. R. Dvorak, Sgt. lst Cl. JV. Boyle, MfSgt. K. Karnak, MI!Sgl. R. Clatch, MfSgt. L. Bullock, Cpl. R. Miller, Sgt. lst Cl. E. Parker. Page IT1 aa vi' 'H W M-Mg 5 3 , 1 E x ' I I f 1 Jn- E 3 RIFLE TEAM Row l: K. Mzursliznll, A. Mcllloskey, D. Lien, D. linlwarcls, ll. Bloch, B. Price. Row2: S. Nicosia, R. Haus, D. Lecnly, CZ. Seitz, QI. Ordos. 1 X ereis go C769 Csvpimit Q cmge FIRST YEAR CADETS f,!1,IOSiff' jlzlgfa' Row I: R. Mcl'l1crscm, R. Larson. li. Gardner, F. La llfllffll, CL. Amlumck, S. Kuklzn. I". Krug, K. I.z1rscn. Rnw2: CI. Scilz, R. Nlolirzm. CL. Hunt. QI. llugstrmn, R. Miller, IJ. Carlson, lf Cizunzlclio, K. Marshall. ROWS: Orclos, I". I.illk0wski, li. Van Ik-rslicc, R. XVIIIICY, II. lloflimann, N. Rossclli, R. Rickcrt, R. Turcck. I,nu'frpiz'l1lrf'.' Row l: R. Allcsc, l'. Geisler, A. Tcxeus. Ci. Ruslicr, XV. lhcnnock, I.. Mzinisfznlfo I.. Nufer. Ruw2: A. lirans, l'. San-luml, X. liuicr. R. Smith. R. filll'ISll2llISl'II, R. Ccwzik R. Bird. Ruw 3: I.. llzmzcr. D. Lian, KL. Ruppcl, K. Nclsi-xi, A. Schultz, C. l'ziu-, R. YVulkc-r. Page 177 tgfways oo ing up Q904TLQflll.4fLg Yzew SILVER STREAK STAFF Dear Annual Buyers: XfVe, the 1952 Year Book Staff, sincerely hope that you like the Havor ol its latest concoction in Annuals. X'Ve'll guarantee that its chatter is easily digested, and we think that as you partake of its contents, your appetite for the Silver Streak will increase with each page. XVe, the laborers in the field, take this opportunity to wish our l,950 subscribers a pleasant sunnner as we graciously bow out of the picture. The Staff .Szfzzlml at lable: I.. Hlagner, N. Savovich, li. Dixon Qliditorj li. lirzow. Slauding: Nl. X'VOllf, IE. Aubert. A. Nagel treading C. Lavnick, D. Mcrkle, ml. XVang. fl! file: N. lielssner. .S'r'nl1'1l: B. Shanske, N. Curry, CL. Rottschalk, V. Ufer. Xa! jzlmtograpllecl: A. Carr, li. Young, lludzynski, Bebout. lf. J- Page 178 J 5 k, vw its as -km is Sm 'Gia van ? NX-N 'WW if Head Goof ancf Grew ow Qui of the Qzictttre SILVER STREAK STAFF As we take our hnal how, we, the stall, must say lmelore leaving, that we have had lun in Qspite ol' the harcl workj in getting this eighteenth Silver Streak procluc-tion into shape. However il it were not lor the cooperation and patience ol all, it would not have been possible to produce this book. Special gratitude goes to the representatives, the entire faculty, the Star, the plrotograpliers, Mr. Solemn and Mr. Galanti ol' Marshall Studio, and finally, the publisher, Nlr. Hagerty, ol' Leander Company. W Page 179 Advanced Swim .......,..... 168,169 Administrative Aides ....... ,... 1 0 Assistant Principal ....... 9 B Baseball .......... ...... 1 64 Basketball ........... 160,161 Boys' Bowling ....., 148 Boys' Choir ....... 120 Boys' Swim .....,. 163 C Camera ..................... 125 Campus Crew ........ 122 Chamber Music ...., 124 Cheerleaders ........ 149 Chess ............,...,.,..,....,,,.,,..,,,,,,,, 133 Civic Ticket Representatives, 144 Clerks ......,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 16 Concert Band ....., 116,117 D Dancers ....................,,.. 170,171 Dardanelles ....... 134,135 Departments .,.., 50-69 Art ................... 50,51 Commercial ...... 52,58 English .,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 51,55 Household Arts ...... 61 Language .....,.,,..., 56,57 Mathematics .... 58,59,69 Science .............. 66,6168 Social Studies ..... 60,61 Technical ........................,c..cc 62,63,65 Division Page QActivities1 1 10,11 1 Division Page QAth1eticsj 156,157 Division Page QGraduationj .... 74,75 Division Page QSchoolj ,,.,,,,,,,, 6,7 Downey's Group .,..,....., 152 E Engineer, Mr, Durkin .... 16 Fngineer's Assistant .,.,. 16 'XQISLJQI F Faculty .... ....,..,. Football .,...,............ French ......................... Freshmen Divisions ........... .. Freslunen Feature Page Future Teachers ,..,..,....,..... G G.A.A. ..,..,.,.,............. .. German Clubs QNIrs. Fauselj .r..., German Clubs Oliss Kuehlerj ....... Girls' Bowling ........ Girls' Choir ......... Golf .................... Green Curtain ..,.. H Hall Guards ............... 1 Intermediate Band ...... J january Graduates ...... hlune Graduates ...... -Iunior Choir .......... -Iunior Divisions .......... Junior Feature Page .... K Key Club .r..., .......... L Lettergirls ...... .......... Lettermen .... .... Library .......... Life Savers .,..... Lunch Room ..,... M Majorettes ,.,................. Mixed Choir .,.,,, 10-16 158,159 126 20-25 19 138 166,167 128,129 180,131 148 118,119 147 142 140,141 121 77-85 89-108 11-1,115 84-40 33 189 165 162 143 168 18 153 123 N National Honor Society 10-1 O Officers of January Class 703 Ollicers of llune Class ....... 88 Opening Section ............ 1-.7 P Pan American .....,.,,..., 127 Parent Teacher ..1.,r,, 17 Polish .,.,.,.,.,.,...,., 132 Pre Medics ..,.,. 1513 Prom, junior ....., 48,119 Prom, Senior .,.,.,.,..,. 86,87 R Red Cross ........................ 125 Richardson, Clarence ....... 8 R.O. 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