Thornton Fractional North High School - Chronoscope Yearbook (Calumet City, IL)
- Class of 1938
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We Pause for Station Identification
This is station T.F.T.H.S., the voice of the student,
coming to you from the studios of Thornton Fractional
Township High School, Calumet City, Illinois, through
the courtesy of Superintendent A. V. Lockhart and the
Board of Education. Your announcers are Ruth Sibley
and Grace Larson. A
XVC now bring you the Big Broadcast of 1938-a
review of a year of the studies, the clubs, the sports, the
music, the entertainment of the students-a year in the
lives of the students as caught by a wandering mike.
Taka' if awry, girls!
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VOICE OF FRIENDSHIP
"Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. This is
your Pine's Pink Pep Pills program, coming to you
from station S.V.F., The Senior Voice of Friendship.
This evening we have a surprise for you. Through
the courtesy of Mr. A. V. Lockhart, superintendent
of Thornton Fractional Township High School, Donald
Williams, the senior class president, will interview each
and every senior of the graduating class of 1938.
"These 176 students represent a body of blossom-
ing youth that is the finest ever. They are an intelli-
gent, witty, and adventure-loving group. The lads are
handsome, the girls beautiful, and believe you me I
wish I were in school again.
"But now to get on with the show. That good-
looking, wholesome lad, Don Willianis, will now con-
duct the program. He has consented, along with his
interviewing, to handle all the advertising. All right,
young man, let's see you put the senior class and Pine's
Pink Pep Pills over with a bang." QDon steps to the
"Hello, everybody. T.xis is your Crazy Question
Man and I'll guarantee you if our program puts you
to sleep, a pep pill will put you back on your feet
"We have divided the graduates into four groups:
those from Calumet City, Lansing, and -Burnham, and
those seniors photographed together in one cozy group.
Each person will relate all his activities and each group
will answer two questions. Calumet City students will
"This industrious little city of 13,600 is the proud
possessor of that handsome new post office and is the
city in which that massive, magnificent structure, the
Thornton Fractional High School, stands. This build-
ing, which is one of the most up-to-date schools in
the country, has one of the best gymnasiums in the
state. It is located on the main drag, Pulaski Road.
The students of Calumet City can well be proud of
the fact that this school is located in their city. The
Calumet City delegation will now be asked these two
questions: flj 'What was you biggest thrill at T. F.?'
and 123 'What is you pet peeve?' The first victim to
step before the mike will be the bright and wide awake
boy, the takes Pine's Pep Pills to keep full of vim
vigor and vitalityj Joe Amodeo. All right joe, let's
have an answer to our questions."
lj "My notification that I was made
manager of the Heavyweight Bas-
25 "Wl1ei1 l can't have my car full
Boys' Club Board, 1-2-45 Light-
weight Basketball Manager, 33
National Honor Society, Band, 3-
45 Orchestra, 3-43 Boys' Glee
Club, 2-3-45 "Remember The
Day," 3, Chemistry Assistant, 3g
Electrician, 3-43 Stage Manager,
3-4g Sound Manager, 3-4.
"The night of graduation." V
"The popularity of stenograpliy
after my two years of shorthand."
"Receiving my first major letter."
"The name "Lenny."
Heavyweight Basketball' Manager, 'l
45 Senior Track, 3-43 Lettermcn's Zi
"Dude Ranch," 4.
lj "The game we tied with Hammond LEONARD BISSA
2J "I despise untied belts." 27
Band, 3-4, Carnival Cast, 45 En-
tered from St. Joscph's High School
lj "My graduation."
Heavyweight Football, 2-3-43
Lightweight Football, 1, Intra-
mural Wrestling, 33 Intra-mural
M I LDRFD BOG LAR SKY
23 "The chewing of gum.-f lj "The night I wore my first for-
. 4 Girls' Glee Club, 25 Carnival Cast, ma' gown",
2-3-4, Commercial Club, 43 Bas- 29 "People who rattle candy papers
ketball Team, 1. 2?lt'?cG3he3'gi',L 2 4 C . 1
irs ee u , -3- 3, arniva
DAVID ARNEY Cast, 2-3-45 Girls' Glub Board, 3.
lj "Defeating Harvey in basketball."
23 "That certain sophomore that VERA BOHI-ING
haunts me," lj "Winning the G.A.C. diving tour-
WAYNE AUI-T 21 "Eileen Horst with her Flash
lj "Wl1e11 I made the National Honor column."
Society in my junior year."
21 "The girls in Physics class with
their many questions."
Girls' Glee Club, 2, Carnival
Cast, 2-39 Water Carnival, 45 G.
A.C., 35 Swimming Team, 3.
IJ "Receiving my Girls' Club Pin."
25 "Snapping of gum."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-43 Carnival
Cast, 2-3-4, Commercial Club, 4g
"Dude Ranch," 4.
lj "My graduation."
23 "Girls who act smart in cafeteria."
Cafeteria Assistant, 4, G.A.C., 25
lj "Defeating Harvey in football"
21 "Short skirts."
Carnival Cast, 45 Commercial
lj "My first day of school."
23 "Sarcastic teachers."
Photography Club, 4.
lj "Finding my name in the Thorn-
Ionian for the first time."
21 "To be called 'Willie'."
Photography Club, 4.
lj "Wl1en I almost passed history."
25 "Going to school."
Boys' Glee Club, 45 Carnival Cast.
3g Library Assistant, 3, flintered
from Hammond High School, 23.
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- WALTER BUCZEK ,
11 "When we won the championship
21 "Staying home nights."
11 "The social hour with Coach
21 "People who draw funny pictures."
f 11 "Winning the election of G.A.C.
21 "Iridescent shade stockings."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Carnival
Production stalf, 3-45 Debate Club,
45 G.A.C., l-2-3-45 Captain Bas-
ketball, l-2-3-45 Voileyball, 1-2-
3-45 Baseball, 2-35 Basltetbal-l, 1-
2-3-45 G.A.C. President, 4.
I I1 "The one time I got an 88 in
history from Mrs Canaga."
I1 "Being chosen football captain."
21 "Each day when school lets out."
Junior Class Presidentg Boys' Club
President, 45 Boys' Club Treasurer,
35 Boys' Club Board, l-2-3-45
Library Assistant, 2-35 Lightweight
Football, I5 Heavyweight Football,
2-3-45 Captain Heavyweight Foot-
ball, 45 Heavyweight Basketball, 2-
3-45 Lettermen's Club, 3-45 Na-
tional Athletic Honor Society, 4.
11 "The Junior-Senior 1937 Prom."
21 "Girls who never buy any candy."
Cafeteria Assistant, 35 Lightweight
Football, I5 Heavyweight Football,
45 lntra-Mural Checkers, 35 Intra-
Mural Boxing, 3.
11 "My first football game."
21 "Being one of the three girls with
all the boys in the science class."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-45 Carnival
Cast, 45 Commercial' Club, 4.
I1 "My graduation."
21 "Run-over heels on shoes."
I1 "Typing sixty words a minute
with no errors."
21 "My shoe strings coming untiedf'
1. Girls' Glee Club, 2-35 Carnival
Cast, 2-35 Commercial Club, 4.
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I1 "Becoming captain of the swim-
21 "The way girls act in cafeteria."
Water Carnival, 3-45 Swimming,
3-45 Swimming Captain, 45 Letter-
men's Club, 3-45 Lettermen's Club
11 "Making the News Hawks Club."
21 "Being other people's pet peeve."
Thorntonian Editoriai Stai, 3-45
Thorntonian Filing Editor, 3-45
News Hawks Club, 3-45 fEntered
from Hammond High School, 31.
11 "Passing shorthand."
21 "Red-headed boys."
JOSEPH F URMAN
I 1 "Graduation."
I1 "My first Girls' Club Dance."
21 "People who express their musical
ability while eating soup."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Carnivai
11 "Managing the Heavyweight Foot-
21 "When people tell me 'bum' jokes."
"Remember The Day," 35 Light-
weight Football Manager, 25
Heavyweight l-ootball Manager, 3-
45 Lettermen's Club, 45 Carnival
I1 "The first time my hero asked me
to dance with him."
21 "Scratching fingernails on the
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Carnival
Cast, 2-45 Girls' Club Board, 3.
11 "Being Mr. Frey's Chemistry As-
21 "When the water faucets don't
keep the same pressure."
Carnival Production Staff, 3-45
Photography Club, 35 Library As-
sistant, 35 Chemistry Assistant, 35
JEROME HANSEN GAC 34 Captain Bank
11 "When the football team won the 3 4, Captain Basketball, M
championship." 4 Volleyball 3-4
21 "Red fingernails." Basketball J-4, Swimming,
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"'l7he evening Coach Young skated
"Coach Petree haunting, me for the
dime I owe him."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-43 Carnival
Cast, 2-3--43 Girls' Club Board, 1-
ji- 3 2-3-43 'Girls' Club Secretary, 23
'fr Vice President, 43 G.A.C., 1-2-3-
if 43 Captain Basketball Team, I-2-
'V 3-43 ,Volleyball team, 1-2-3-43
.-: Baseball team, 1-2-3-43 Basketball
M team, I-2, captain, 4.
' ,IEANETTEA JAKUBAS
i 1 1 "Graduation."
' 21 "Picking up soap."
Commercial Club, 43 G.A.C., 3-45
A Captain basketball team, 3-43 Vol-
, 'leyball team, 43 Baseball team, 43
I Basketball, team, 3.
22 WALTER JAZAK
GW' i11, ffWhen I pinned a 225 pound fel-
' low in wrestling."
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'Ban,d, I-2'3'4Q Orchestra, 43 Car-
nival Cast, 43 Lightweight Foot-
ball Manager, 33 Junior Track, 33
Wrestling, 43 Lettermen's Club, 4.
: i f N JENNINGS
,4,3,"lj ,"The '38 carnival."
jf 11 "When hems come out of dresses."
'fs , Girls' Glee Ciub, 2-3-43 Carnival
wJ' 'l"Cast, 4.
i I1 "When I received my Girls' Club
21 .'fPeople winking at me."
, 11211 "The conference at Des Plaines,
21' "To be called 'Red' instead of
'ij' jane." ,
, Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-43 Carnival
1 ' Cast, 2-4Q Girls' Club Board, 1-
, 2-3-43 Library Assistant, 23 G.A.
-.'g -, C., 23 Captain Basketball team, 2.
of WILLIAM JONES
"Receiving my diploma"
"Q, 1-21. "Writing business letters."
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Lightweight football, 23 Heavy-
weight football, 43 Lettermen's
Club, 4. -
" ,qyh F1' "Motorcycle racing."
"A-ny surprise test."
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" '37 Prom." ,
"The nickname .'Maggie'."
Girls' Glee Club, 3-43 "Merchant
of Venice," 23 "Christmas at
Caseys," 43 Carnival Cast, 2-3-43
Girls' Club Board, 43 Commercial
Club, 43 Library Assistant, 43
Office Assistant, 3.
IREN E KASZUBA
"The day I met Coach Antonides."
"W'hen people tease me about
thingsthat aren't true."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-4.
"The time I feil down the stairs.
I couldn't wait until I got to the
"Erasing in typing."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-43 Carnival
Cast, 43 Library Assistant, 2.
"My 60 word typing certificate."
"When each one in the family
wants a different radio pr?gram."
Carnival Cast, 2-33 Girls Club
Board, 43 Commercial Club, 3-43
Commercial Ciub President, 4.
"When Mr. Stapley gave me 85 in
business English." '
"I hate to repeat things to people."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-4.
CHARLES KLENSMAN '
"Being the clowh in the Carnival."
"The nickname of 'Kitchen Klen-
Boys' Gleei Club, 33 "Remember
the Day," 33 Carnival Cast, 43
Commercial Club, 33 Photography
Club, 33 Aero Club, 3-4.
"When I received my major T.
"The way Ruth Sibley guards in
Water Carnival, 3-43 Commercial
Club, 43 G.A.C., l-2-3-43 Captain
Basketball, I -2-3 -4 3 Volleyball
team, l-2-3-43 Baseball team, 1-2-
11 "When I received my letter for
wrestling manager." '
' 21 "Blowing of horns while I'm tak-
ing shorthand dictation."
Wrestling Manager, 4. .
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11 " '37 Carnival." ,
21 "Shirley Temple curls." -,f i
Girls' Glee Club, 2-43 Carnival
Cast, 2-J-4. 4,
11 "Initiation into Lettermen's Club." 1
A 21 "When girls slap my face." ' ' '
Boys' Glee Club, 3-43 I.ettermen's s
Club, 3-43 Library Assistant, 33
Heavyweight Football, 43 Aero
Club, 2-3. gs
11 "The night 'of the iuuior play."
21 "I don't like inquiring reporters."
tory sAssistant, 3.
"Remember the Day," 3
I1 "Seeing my story printed in the
21 "H20 on my chair in cafeteria."
Girls' Glee Club, 23 Carnival Cast,
3-43 Commercial Club, 43 Cafeteria
Assistant, 3-43 G.A.C., l.
3 11 "Dancing with Coach Young."
21 "I'm another one who is off boys."
Girls' Glee Club, 43 "Merchant of
Venice," 2g "Remember the Day,"
33 Library Assistant, 43 "Dude
Ranch," 4. .
I1 " '37 roller skating party."
21 "Red lingernaiisf' -
21 "When people say
small you are!"'
Boys' Glee Club, 2-33 Water Car-
to me, 'How
11 "The day school is out."
121 "Spring fever."
"Merchant of Venice," 13 "Re-
member the Day," 33 Boys' Club
Board, I3 Chemistry Assistant, 3.,
11 "When I received my first maior
21 "Girls who giggle."
weight footbail, 3-43
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'21 "Being slapped on the back and
having my glasses knocked of."
, Track Manager, 3-45 Carnival
Production Staff. QEntered from
Danville, Ill., High School, 2.1
i1 "The night of the junior play."
21 "Mr. Blanke's long-winded talks in
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 "Remem-
ber the Day," 35 Commercial Club,
45 "Dude Ranch" 4.
I1 "The time we defeated Harvey in
21 'Floor talks."
l 1 "Graduation."
11 "Making the sophomore play."
21 "People who pester me in English
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 "Mer-
chant of Venice," 25 Carnival
Cast, 2-3-45 Commercial Club5
QEntered from Thornton Town-
ship High School, 1.1
11 "Becoming the Girls' Club Presi-
21 "Freshman girls making eyes at
junior Class Secretaryg Thornton-
ian Business StaH, 3-45 Girls' Glee
Club, 2-3-45 Carnival Cast, 2-3-45
Girl's Club Board, l-2-3-45 Girls'
Club President, 45 Library Assist-
ant, 3-45 G.A.C. Boardg G.A.C.,
I-2-3-45 Captain Basketball, 1-2-
3-45 Volleyball, 3-45 Baseball, 1-2-
.45 Basketball I-2-3-4.
11 "The '37 Pl'0m."
21 "Cellophane candy wrappers."
' -GERTRUDE OLSZEWSKI
, 11 "The evening I received my Girls'
21 "I don't like to be disturbed while
. readin "
Girls' Glee Club, 25 Carnival Cast,
,, 45 Commercial Club, 45 Library
E-5. il Assistant, 2-3 -4.
5b'!"l" ."' . ,.'..4.,' . 'X .' '
I1 "When I saw the Meteors defeat
the Hammond High football team."
21 "Girls who dress their hair too
elaborately for school."
I1 "Making 5 touchdowns in one game
and winning the league champion-
21 "Girls robbers dance."
Lettermen's Club, 3-45 Lightweight
football, 15 Heavyweight football,
2-3-45 Heavyweight basketball, 2-
3-45 Captain Heavyweight basket-
ball, 3-45 Senior track, 3-45 Intra-
Mural Wrestling, 45 Boxing, 3-45
Handballl, 3-45 Cafeteria Assist-
I1 "When l was elected to go to the
Girls' Club conference."
21 "People who eat the theater."
Girls' Glee Club, 45, Carnival Cast,
45 Girls' Club Board, 3-4.
11 "When M. S. was talking to me."
21 "Being kidded."
Girls' Glee Club, 45 Carnival Cast,
I "Working in the chemistry 'lab'."
21 "People who tell me not to be a
21 "Too much home work."
Girls' Glee Club, 45 Commercial
Club, 45 Cadet Orchestra, 4.
I1 "My Erst game as a regular on the
varsity football game."
Z1 "Girls who can't take it."
Boys' Club Board, 15 Lightweight
Football, I5 Heavyweight Football,
3-45 Lettermen's Club, 3-4.
I1 "My first major letter."
21 "Broken ribs."
Boys' Glee Club, 3-45 Water Car-
nival5 Chemistry Assistant, 25
Wrestling, 45 Intra Mural Boxing,
3-45 fEntered from Bowen High
School, Chicago, 2.1
l1 "Any time Coach Young smiles."
21 "Too many errors in- typing."
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11 "Receiving an 80
21 "Being teased about girls."
I1 "'J7 Prom and Rita."
21 "Unkissproof lipstick."
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I1 "My part in 'Remember the Day
Z1 "My gift of 'gab'."
"Remember the Day," 35 Gn-
Club Board, 35 Cafeteria Assists:
45 G.A.C., I-25 Volleyball, l-f
11 "'37 Prom."
21 "When they
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11 "The co-editorship of the Chron'
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Business Staff, I-25 Thorntom:
Editorial Stai, 2-35 Girls'
21 "The Chicago Cubs."
Club, 2-3-45 "Merchant Of
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2-35 Volleyball Team, 45 Basketb
I1 "Sitting in front of Denis Kelly
21 "Unexpected history test."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3.
11 "Receiving my pin for typing
50 words per minute."
21 "Constant snapping of gum."-'
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A GERALDINE SIMONS AGNES SZAL
11 "The Prom of '37." 11
21 "To be called Geraldine!" history-"
Girls' Glee Club, 45 Carnival Cast, Z1
45 fEntered from Harper Senior
High School, Chicago, 2.1
"When I want to laugh and can't."
Cafeteria Assistant, 45 G.A.C., 3-45
Captain Basketball, 35' Volleyball,
45 Baseball, 35 Basketball, 3.
I1 "The day I received my Girls' U
21 "Having my bangs come down in 2,
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Commer-
cial Club, 45 Library Assistant, 3.
11 "Playing baseball."
21 "People who try to impersonate
others and can't."
I1 "The tryouts for the Debate Club."
21 "Hissing in a movie."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Debate
Team, 45 Commercial Club, 45 Li-
brary Assistant, 4.
11 "Coach Young's smile."
I1 "The mispronouncing of my name."
Carnival Production Staff, 4.
I1 'When l was elected to the Girls'
Z1 "To have to throw away my gum."
Girls' Club Board, 3.
"Winning a box of candy in Miss
BuEington's English class."
"The razor sharp edges of the gym
Chronoscope Business Staff, 3-45
Debate Team, 45 Chemistry As-
sistant, 35 Photography, 3.
"When I passed geometry."
"My major letter for swimming."
"Giggling girls." .
Band, 2-3-45 Water Carnival, 2-3-
45 Swimming Team, 3-45 Letter-
-men's Club, 3-45 Intra-Mural Ping
Pong, 2-3-45 Boxing, 4.
"The time I received a passing
grade in business English."
"Current events in history."
Girls' Glee Club, 45 Carnival Cast,
"My part in the '35 Carnival."
"To be kept waiting."
Carnival Cast, 2-3-45 Girls' Club
Board, 45 Library Assistant, 35 G.
A.C., 15 Basketball, l.
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I1 "The Frolics of l936."
21 "Lectures on Communism."
Boys' Glee Club, 2-3-45 "Merchant
N, of Venice," I5 "Remember the
Day," 35 Carnival Cast, 3-45 Com-
mercial Club, 4.
11 "The News Hawks Hop with my
21 "When people tell me I'm sophis-
Swimming Team, 3-45 Intra-Mural'
Swimming, 2. ,
DONALD WILLIAMS ,
I1 "When I was elected President of
the senior class."
21 "Editors who persist in having the
news before it is made."
Senior class presidentg Chronoscope
Editorial Staff, 45 Thorntonian Ed-
itorial Staff, 3-45 Band, I-2-3-45
Orchestra, 2-3-45 Boys' Glee Club,
3-45 "Remember the Day," 35 Car-
nival Cast, 25 News Hawks Club,
3-45 Photography Club, 35 Light-
weight Football, 25 Junior Track 3.
I1 "My first debate."
21 "Inquiring Reporters."
Chronoscope Business Staff, 2-3-45
"Merchant of Venice," 15 Boys'
Club Board5 Debate Team, 45 News
Hawks Club, I3-45 Photography
Club 35 Library Assistant, 2.
"Mothers, l make my next plea to you. Protect
your child from unpopularity. Give your child a head
start to health. How delicious and nourishing his spin-
ach will taste after a good night's rest! Your child
burns up terrific bodily energy every day. He needs
a good "kindling" after his play. Give your baby a
Pine's Pink Pep Pill once a week and before long he'll
be saying, 'Please, Mother, let me have my Pine's Pink
"Well, I guess it's time to let our very, very
athletically minded Burnhamites take the stand. Nine
out of the twelve students from Burnham are athletes.
Burnham is the smallest of the three towns that repre-
sent the T. F. district. It has only one stop light which
is at 130th and Burnham Avenue, just the other side
of the famous Burnham Viaduct. Although the smallest
town she is the only one with a golf course and has the
most modern swimming pool of all three cities.
"All right, Marilyn Collins, will you answer these
questions, 111 'What have you chosen as your voca-
tion' and Q21 'What does T. F. need to make it a
better school?' "
MARILYN COLLINS HARRY HAGERMAN PETER PASZKIEWICZ
11 "I should like to be a scretary." 11 "I'd like to be a mechanic." 11 "Boxer."
21 "We need more language courses." 21 "T. F. doesn't need a thing." 21 "Trade."
C0mmel'Ci3l Club, 45 lEllWl'Cd ARI-ITE LEHNHOFF Lightweight Basketball, 45 Intra-
fmm st' Anne High school' 3' 11 "The field of professional baseball Mural 301508. 4-
CHARLES DERKACS 2,
11 I intend to become a machinist.
21 "More assemblies would help T.F."
11 "I have chosen social service work."
21 "T, F. could do with a few more
and basketball appeals to me."
"More teachers so that the ones
here now won't have to work so
Cafeteria Assistant, 2-45 G.A.C., l-
25 Captain Basketball, 1-25 Volley-
ball, I5 Baseball, 2: Basketball, 2.
I1 "I choose to become a secretary."
21 "More social hours."
G.A.C. Board, 2-35 G.A.C., I-2-35
Captain Basketball Team, l-2-35
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junior class Treasurerg Senior class U .TH pmbabl be I mechanic., 3-
Treasurer5 Carnival' Cast, 45 Com- 2, ..M0re holidiys., ' .451-'ii
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mercial Club. 4. Lightweight Basketball, 3-45 Capt. JOHN SABADOS
MICHAEL HADEMA Llshfyflshf Basketball- 4- ip "1 intend .0 be 1 mechanic." 135'
11 "I am going to attend a technical Chemmry Assmam' 3' 21 "More girls like C. M."
school and learn welding." ,IANE NOVAK Lightweight Football, 25 Heavy- ",
21 Micllamcal Ifllfllng would help a I1 "Pm going to be a stenographerf' weight Football, 45 Lightweight .Q 'AV'
lot. 21 "Longer lunch periods." ' Basketball, 34,
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"We will now pause for station identification."
"Dong, ding, dong. Station S. V. F.-The Senior
Voice of Friendship-located in the large, stupendous,
S450,000. Thornton Fractional High School building.
We will now return you to Don Williams."
"Here I am again, folks. Are you listless and lax?
Ah, folks don't let laziness ruin your smile! Seniors
don't let the well known "senior slump" get you down.
Don't be a wallflower because you lack that stimu..
lating, sizzling something that makes you tops! Don't
let sleepless nights steal your pep. Don't be ROBBED
of your virility. Just take a pep cocktail!!! One or
two Pine's Pink Pep Pills in a glass of cold water taken
before bedtime will make you fit for the next day.
"And now for those students from Lansing which
is the setting for Edna Ferber's novel, So Big. If you
would only visit Lansing you would agree with Miss
Ferber when she said, "Cabbages are beautiful," for
Lansing grows the best cabbages in the Middle XVest.
Lansing, too, is the site of many churches and many
happy homes. These students have an uncontrollable
desire to learn so much so that they travel all the way
to school on a bus and endure many hardships. We
shall now leave off with our description of this lovely
little village of 3400 and intervfew its inhabitants.
"'What assembly did you enjoy most at T. F.?
and 'Who is your favorite radio personality? will now
be asked of these students:"
11 "Lincoln sketches."
21 "Don Amechef'
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Commer-
cial Club, 4.
11 "The ventriloquist."
21 "jack Benny."
Band, 1-2-35 Orchestra, 35 "Re-
member the Day," 35 Aero Club, 4.
'11 "Rip van Winklef'
21 "Benny Goodman."
11 "Impersonation of Diekens's char-
21 "Bing Crosby."
National' Honor Society5 Chrono-
scope Editorial Staff, 25 Sports Ed-
itor of Thorntonian, 25 Editor of
Thorntonian, 45 Band, 1-2-3-45 Or-
chestra, 35 "Merchant of Venice,"
15 Boys' Club Board, 45 Debate
Team, 45 News Hawks, 2-3-45 Let-
termen's Club, 3-45 Library Assist-
ant, 25 Lightweight Football, 25
Heavyweight Basketball, 2-45 Na-
tional Athletie Honor Society.
11 "Our pep assemblies."
21 "Nelson Eddy."
11 "Lincoln lmpersonationsf'
21 "Shelly -lean Davis."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-45 Commercial
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Benny Goodman."
I1 "Diclqens's character impersona-
21 "Edward Prentiss."
National Honor Society5 Chrono-
scope Business Staff. 3-45 Chrono-
scope Circulation Manager, 45
Thorntonian Advertising Manager,
3-45 Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Car-
nival Cast, 3-45 News Hawks Club,
3-45 Commercial Club, 3-45 G.A.
C. Board, 45 G.A.C., 1-2-3-45
Captain Basketball, 2-3-45 Volley-
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Lux Radio Theater."
Thorntonian Editorial Staff, 3-45
Editorial Staff, 45
Band, 2-3-45 Girls' Glee Club, 25
"Remember the Day," 35 Carnival
Cast, 45 Girls' Club Board, 45 De-
bate Team, 45 News Hawks, 3-45
Commercial Club, 4.
11 "The 1937 Armistice Day Assem-
21 "Bing Crosby."
Orchestra, 3-45 "Remember the
11 "The Magician."
21 "Fibber McGee."
Swimming Manager, 4.
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Don Ameche."
Girls' Glee Club, 45 Carnival Cast,
35 Water Carnival, 45 G.A.C., 1-35
Volleyball, 15 Baseball Captain, 35
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Beatrice Lillie."
Chronoscope Editorial Staff, 4:
News Hawks Club, 45 Girls' Glee
Club, 3-45 Carnival Cast, 45 Car-
nival Production Staff, 4.
11 "The 1937 Chronoscope Assembly."
21 "Bing Crosby."
Thorntonian Editorial Staff, 45
Band, 1-2-3-45 Orchestra, 35 "Rc-
member the Day," 35 Carnivll
Cast, 2-3-45 Debate Team, 45 G.
A.C., 15 Baseball, 1, News Hawks
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Bob Bums."
Thorntonian Editorial Staff, 45
News Hawks Club, 45 Band, 1-2-
3-45 Orchestra, 3-45 "Remember
the Day," 35 Carnival Cast, 2-3-45
Debate, 'Ileam, 45 G.A.C., 1-35
Baseball, I-35 Swimming, 3.
11 "The 1937 Chronoscope Program."
21 "Gracie Allen."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Junior
Play Production Staff, 35 Carnival
MAE LOIS KOOY
11 "The impersonations of the Dick-
ens Charactersf' '-
21 "Les Tremayne."
Commercial Club, 45 Thorntonian
Typist, 4. ,.f'QL,
ROBERT LANGE ' '
11 "Rip Van Winkle." I
21 "jack Benny." '
Senior Class Vice President5 Boys'
Club Board, 3-45 Boys' Club Treas-
urer, 45 Lightweight Football, 25
Captain Lightweight Football, 25
Heavyweight Football, 3-45 Letter-
men's Club, 3-4.
National Honor Society5 Thorn-
tonian Editorial Staff, 3-45 Band,
1-2-3-45 Junior Play Production
Staff, 35 Boys' Club Board, 3:
Photography Club, 35 Chemistry
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Fanny Brice."
Senior Class Secretary, 45 Chrono-
scope Editorial Staff, 3-45 Chrono-
scope Co-editor, 45 Thorntonian
Editorial Staff, 3-45 Band, 1-2-3-45
"Remember the Day," 35 Carnival
Cast, 2-3-45 Carnival Production
Staff, 45 Girls' Club Board, 2-3-45
Girls' Club Secretary, 25 News
Hawks Club, 3-45 News Hawks
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
Z1 "Gary Cooper."
"Rip Van Winki'e."
Aero Club, 3-45 Carnival Cast, 45
Boys' Glee Club, 45 fEntered from
Danville, Illinois High School, 3.1
11 "Pep Assembly with 'Dogs' as one
21 "Kay Kyser."
National Honor Society5 Chrono-
scope Editorial Staff, 3-45 Thom-
tonian Editorial Staff, 3-45 Girls'
Glee Club, 2-3-45 "Remember the
Day," 35 Carnival Cast, 2-3-45
Girls' Club President, 45 News
Hawks President, 45 G.A.C., 1-2-
3-45 Captain Basketball, l-2-3-45
Volleyball, l-2-3-45 Baseball, I-2-
35 Basketball, 1-2-3-4.
"Rip Van Winkle."
National' Honor Society5 junior
Class Vice-president5 Thorntonian
Editorial Staff. 3-45 "Remember
the Day," 35 Boys' Club Treasurer,
35 Boys' Club Vice-president, 45
Debate Team, 45 News Hawks,
3-45 Library Assistant, 25 Light-
weight Football, l5 Heavyweight
Football, 2-3-45 Lettermen's Club,
3-45 National Athletic Honor
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' 11 "The Pep Assembly with 'Dogs' as
one man team."
' 21 "Kay Kyser."
Wrestling, 45 Captain of Wrest-
l1 "Rip Van Winkie."
21 "Bing Crosby."
Intra-Mural Wrestling, 4.
I1 "Senior Day 1937."
21 "Don Ameche."
Thorntonian Editorial Staff, 3-45
Band, 1-2-3-45 Orchestra, 2-35
"Remember the Day," 35 Carnival
Cast, 3-45 Girls' Club Board, 3-45
News Hawks Club, 3-45 G.A.C.,
1-2-35 Captain Basketball, 1-35
Volleyball, 1-35 Baseball', 1-2-35
11 "Sketches from the
21 "Don Ameche."
Life of Lin-
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Commer-
cial Club, 45 Library Assistant, 3-
45 G.A.C., l-25 Basketball, 1.
I1 ulmpersonations of Dickens Char-
21 "Fred Allen."
11 nlmpersonation of Dickens Char-
21 "Helen Hayes."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 "Remem-
ber the Day," 35 Girls' Club
Board, 15 Commercial Club, 3-4.
ESTELLE VAN TIL
11 "Rip Van Winkle."
21 "Barbara Lucldyf'
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Commer-
cial Club, 4. ,
11 "The Ventriloquist."
21 "Kay Kyser."
Carnival Production Stai, 45 Lab-
oratory Assistant, 3.
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Band, 2-3-45 Orchestra, 4' '
member the Day," 35 Carnival'
Cast, 2-45 Manager Lightweight .iff
Basketball, 4. .
SUSAN WIERSMA '
11 "Dickens's Character Impersona-
21 "jack Benny."
Commercial Club, 4.
I1 "The 'JZ' Chronoscope Assembly.:,W ,
21 "Charlie McCarthy." 'ha
Girls' Glee Club, 2-35 G.A.C.
Board, 45 G.A.C., 1-2-3-45 Captain
Basketball, I-2-3-45 Volleyball, 1-
2-3-4, Captain, 35 Baseball, 1-2-3,
Captain I5 Basketball, l-2-3-4,
Manager 35 Thorntonian Typist, 4.
11 "Pep Assembly with 'Dogs' as one
man team ."
Z1 "Henry Busse."
11 "The Typist."
21 "Guy Lombardo."
"Before l quiz the rest of the seniors I should like
. to tell you about our super-super stimulating contest
we are going to held. All you have to do to enter this
contest is: tear off the top label of a package of "Pine's
Pink Pep Pills," bring it and yourself down to our
factory on Slate and Burnham, and then with the sound
of the gun, take one glass of water with four pills
and the one who shows the greatest exuberation is the
winner. Hurry, Hurry, Hurry, folks because after the
first 787 contestants arrive, the gates will be closed
11 "Pep Assembly for Band Uni-
Z1 "Don Ameche."
Girls' Glee Club, 25 Carnival Cast,
3-45 Commercial Club, 45 Chem-
istry Assistant, 45 G.A.C., 2-3-45
Captain Basketball, 2-3-4, Captain,
45 Volleyball, 3-45 Baseball, 2-35
to others. You are not eligible to participate if, any
member of your family works for this Erm. Thedeci-
sion of the judges is final and in case of a tie, duplicate
awards will be given. To the winner of this contest
goes a life-time guarantee of vigor, a' box containing
10,000 Pine's Pink Pep Pills. And now for the last two
questions which will be asked of the students who
are pictured in a group. They are: Q11 'Who is your
favorite movie star?' and Q21 'What is your favorite
11 "John Boles."
Z1 "Peaches and Cream."
Girls' Glee Club, 2-35 Library As-
sistant, 25 Cafeteria Assistant, 2-
11 "Fred MacMurray."
21 "Butterscotch Pie."
11 "Ed Bochenek."
21 "Lemon cream pie with whipped
Girls' Glee Club, 2-3-45 Carnival
Cast, 3-45 Cafeteria Assistant, 4.
11 "Fred Astaire."
21 "Fruit Cocktail."
Girls' Gleez- Club, 2-3-45 Carnival
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Cast, 45 Commercial Club, 45 Li-
brary Assistant, 45 Cafeteria As-
I1 "Tyrone Power."
21 "Chocolate Pudding."
JEAN MARIE GOFF
11 "Don Ameche."
21 "Strawberry Shortcake."
11 "john Boles."
21 "Pie a l'a mode."
Library Assistant, 1-25 Baseball
Team, 15 Carnival Cast, 3-45 G.
11 "Isabel Jewell."
21 "Chocolate Eclairs."
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11 "Alice Faye."
21 "Cherry Pie."
Aero Club, 4.
I1 ' Katherine Hepburn."
21 "Mince Meat Pie."
11 "Shirley Temple."
Cafeteria Assistant, 35 Lightweight
Basketball, 35 Heavyweight Basket-
ball, 45 Intra-Mural Ping Pong
"Angel Food Cake."
Lightweight Football Manager, 35
Heavyweight Football Manager, 45
Letter-men's Club, 4.
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The Junior Hobby Lobby
"The junior Hobby Lobby is on the air again, coming to you
over station T. F. T. H. S. This is -loc Siwinski, president of the ,lunior
Hobby Lobby, announcing. Two hundred junior celebrities in the lobby
will appear before the mike today to discuss their hobbies all the way
from stamp collecting to ping pong. Standing beside me are the officers
of the junior Hobby Lobby: Virginia Taitz, treasurerg Josephine Schus-
ter, vice president, and Louise Hays, secretary-always ready to stand-
up for their favorite hobby and to "sell" the idea to some new radio
"Drums of Death,', a three-act mystery play, the most outstanding
1938 event of the Junior Hobby Lobby, owes its success to the inspira-
tion and cooperation of Mr. james Leonard.
The proceeds of this line production enabled the juniors to honor
the senior stars and artists of the studio with one of the best proins
ever given at the Fractional Studio. We now turn the mike over to
the members of the lobby."
"Hop on your bike and pedal and you'll never be late for school,"
exclaim Adeline Bolek, hlosephine Schuster, Betty Sibley, Patricia Mc-
Kenna, Arlene Knott, Audrey Smith, and Mildred Cohen.
"lt certainly comes in handy to know how to fix a car when she
stalls," state mechanics Bernard Nowak, Fred Raasch, Donald Schrum,
Alfred Borgman, and W'illiam Lllis.
"Sewing is an ideal way to get original clothes," remark Hazel
Harvey, Edythe Linz, and Dorothy Carey.
"A collection of party souvenirs always bring back happy memories,"
declare Louise Hays, julia Nagy, Renata Messerschmidt, Mildred Schultz,
Dora Harthun, Mcleda Sosnoski, Bonnie Hatheld, Evelyn Arbisi, Marian
Heimback, and Betty Neale.
"lt surely is fun to catch an unsuspecting victim with our fast
camerasf' say james Ufheil, Harry Van Der Ada, Marge Rasmussen,
Bob Crane, and Edward Broezel.
"You'll get a lot of fun and information from just talking," say
Louise O'Connor. lt also seems as though Katherine Anderson, Doris
Anderson, lrene Nanesta, Adeline -larczyk, lorraine Malak, Violet Magda
ziak, Dorothy Clark, and Della Kennedy agree with her.
"XVrestling helps us to be alert and wide awake," declare Richard
Rush, Earl Winterholf, and Carmen Madalon.
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ang to reach the basket, say john Huck, Roman jercha, Robert Bigott.
and james Niehter.
"There's nothing like football to give you muscle." exclaim muscle-
men, Melvin Tuttle, Peter Chapelle, Edwin Sumeracki, George Laczny,
Robert Van Laningham, Ray Meleher, Daniel Kulczyk, and Edwin Woj-
"All the joy of living is expressed in song," warblc Dorothy Sass,
Lottie Orkis, Dorothy Nelson, Phyllis Norrgran, and Lois Hansen.
"XValking surely creates an appetite for one," says Herman Koselke
to Evelyn Sumeracki, Lucille Abramson, Lawrence DeB0ld, Rose Pomilia,
joe Bigus, and Harold Schneider.
"Reading broadens the mind," arlirm Betty McLaughlin, Margaret
Ernst, Myrtle Erndt, Ted Harbrecht, Vivian Renieker, Evelyn Bieder-
stadt, and Ruth Long.
"You get plenty of fun and exercise after a fast game of baseball,"
say Edmund Nowak, james Zimmerman, james Kries, john Vs7aler0wicZ,
and Lloyd Schultz.
"There is nothing like ping pong to keep you on the jump." say
john jaranowski and james Curtis.
"There's nothing like an hour of good ice-skating to give you those
rosy cheeks," declare Della Bukoll, Erwin Koppitz, Dolores Knoerzer,
Emily Gill, Ronald Kooy, june jaeger, john Van DerAa, Nora W'erf-
bieki, Earl Lorenz, and johanna Koenes.
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"If you canyt have a real aeroplane, at least you can have .1
model," remark Richard Czechanski, Edward Trinkle, Robert l.aub.
and Chester Nowak.
"Play monopoly if you want to get rich quick," state joseph
Kulezyk, Virginia lfinck, Pierce Lee, Robert Faist, Alfred Olson,
and Harold Pierson.
"You certainly get a workout playing tennis. I think its's a
swell way to acquire a tan, too," say Doris Genko, Dorothy Deakun,
Florence Miotke, jean Smith, and Beverly Millies.
"Give me something to cut out for my scrap book, and l'm
happy," say Arthur Saberniak and Charles Gcllerson. Fred Schau
looks for scissors and something to cut out, too.
"Stamp collecting helps me to learn my geography," say Robert
johnson, Ray Harder, LeRoy Peterson, Merle jones, Albert Kobus,
Ira Huseman, and Williani Scriver.
"If you want exercise, hop on your bike," says Helen Novak.
Helen Vczmar, Violet Tereba, Victoria Madyrk, Thelma Wilke, josie
Lanting, and Mary jane Kemp think it's a good idea, too.
'lt surely takes an alert mind to play pinochle," state Ralph
jaeger, Paul Polus, lilifabeth Okraj, Ray Paschke, Ruth jaeger, and
Hwllllf girl wouldn't like to wear pretty clothes?" asks Leona
Soczyk, Shirley XVasserman, Gloria Mundo, l.ucille Norton, and llelen
"After a busy day of school work. there's nothing like an apple
antl the radio," state hard working Benny Celano, Raymond Graska,
XVayne Ugasofl, NVilliam Helmeke, and Genevieve Woiak.
"To tlanee you must have rhythm and a Htruckin' " spirit," says
this spry lad, -loe Siwinski, while Clara Cassady, Prank Serafini, Lottie
Krawczyk, Richard lionkowski, and Dorothea Kurzcja agree.
"To be an actor you must be able to play any character," insist
Peter Srasiak, Zigge Rueinski, Leonard Kaezynski, Arthur Young.
Robert Green, lniogene Stalions, and Irene Taborski.
"Ping pong is one game that keeps me awake," say Harry Black-
burn and Benny jongsma.
"There's a surprise in every paekagef' exclaim Grace Ruiter,
liileen De l,or, and Dorothy Zmijewski.
Anthony Linkiewiez, gthe kibitzerj says "This game of checkers
takes strategy." .lessie Mae Taylor and Eugene Kilinski are the master-
"You have to play basketball if you want tlynamie speed," tle-
elare Alice Sonnenherg, Mary Margaret lxeller, and llelen Berwanger.
"Sweet niusit' keeps us in a goovl humor," state Nadine Dagley,
llieliartl Utlerwaltl, lfstlier Turner, lfugene Boring, l,eonartl Ferguson,
Xiyian llenieker, Richard llybiak, Marjorie Baxter, Glenn Renicker.
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Roll l: leonard lerguson, Carl Kriseo, llurlon Smith. Xialier lindner, Rolvert lirinlxnian, Xialier llartge, Art Kolherg.
Kono l,a loggia. ldwin Xlareh, .linnny iiitta. lltde lawrence, slohn Cialion.
Ron 1: leonard liilurwslti, lioh Uermody, l'ranlt Sirlties, leonard Ault. Donald l,t'tiert, Donald luller. lranlx Uelanei.
l'eler Reels, lirnce Xlason. Rai Kegehein, ldxxard Zyla, Donald lelseelter.
R011 ii l-ll'l Mueller, ,lacls Nloyer. iliheodore lileim. W'il'iani lsrass, Rolvert llansen, .Iohn lair. llaul Uzusene. Anthony
Ilir.irslti. leonard Xladieslti. lelix Soltoloixski. Xlilie farowny, l,eonard layxlowslti.
.l. Kroxs, l . liiiiiilmixgli. U. lainmeri
l. liooy, ll, Mnrrin, Wf l'iai'het'.
ll. Korupinslti. I. Sehah, ll. Ciryeli.
S. l'artylsa, l . l'oreniha. HX. l'urman.
l.. lihaldorl, XY, filinski, l. Olsen.
5. llwy, Y. 4 wikllnslti. l, -lewitt.
ll, Keller. K. llnllington, ii, Nlurrin,
The Fractional Hill Billies
lt don't seem no time 'tall sence we was lookin' at last yar's
hook, 'n' here we be. all sot down 'n ready t' looliut this yar's
crop o' sophs. liunny how they growed up senee last haryestin'
lf'rinstanee, thar's that spt'yer'n a hitting little Reisha Kraus.
This time last yar she eouldn't he telled from a spring inedder.
she was thet green. ll'ere she eomes this yar and if she ain't
stuck a linger in reportin' 'n' one in argifyinf ln' one in sellin',
'n' she ain't had a paddlin' in school fer too long, neither.
Spealtin', 'argifyin'-them ristererats on t' other side o'town
t-all it dehatin'-we was jest thinkin' yestiday. H'yar's a whole
hoodie o'sophs, liinda nice kids. too---Annette Arliin. llelen Brown,
Ruth Katy., lfloyd Olsen, Kay Sarros, 'n' l,eader Thaldorf,--ey'ry
last one of 'em got their heaits sot on goin' to a state tournament,
whatever thet he. Seems a durned shame thet them thet has sueh
seeh niee dispositions shud wanta spend their time from sunup
'till the hooty owls ltem out in .1rgifyin'.
'l'here's another lyind up 'argifyin' thet some o'them sophs is
purty good at. Yep, some o'them kids is good salesmen. Take
lilyera lfranli, liugere Doe, Anita liohling, Marjorie Prehle, Mar-
garet Sehwarl, 'n Mildred lleeht-all go-gitters. Only thing is.
ills apt t'go't' their heads, and 't wouldn't he no time 't all if'n
thet happened till they'd .ill turn inter ru'noyers.
Take Claude l'atterson. f'rinstanee. Not thet he's a ru'noyer,
hut it iest goes tishow what too much of anythin' kin do to .1
feller. llere he was, purty nice teller. Then daw-gone if he don't
go join the hand 'n orchystra. lle's gittin' t' lxnow so much more
about music than the rest o' us'ns he's uncomf'thle t'hey around.
lle's got a lot o' eomp'ny, too-Genevieve Pryor, Iileanor llagerf
man, lfllsworth Sherrow, Dorothy Tymkoiy. Ralph Voss, l,ueille
Yurelt, Irving Annen, Bud Thompson, l,eon.ird Ault, Mary Boring,
Roluert.l'l'ansen, Leonard lferguson, Orletta Ciindl, Norman Schultl,
llenryifiryeh, Alaek Chipps, Mary Gaither, XVilliam Klemm, Clono
Tony l,.lClW.l. lle's the tlrum major. 'N lorraine Zajakowski 'n
Sophie Clvernialt, too. Mr. Christian, he ealls 'em twirlers, but
:naw sed she .llllil never seed nuthin' in all her born days thet
looltetl 's much like gramp tryin' t' eat with silverware.
lvantl, though. They leatl the hull hlametl school wlten 't Comes t'
Ciluh lioartl-'tries t'run the gals it tloes. Good thing they :tin't no
Kon I: .Xliee I'moro1vslti, Ifleanor liorowski, Flormce Brelinski, Mary Boring, Marjorie l'rehle. Anita liiaelt, Helen 'l'rt-nip.
efynslti. Sliiixet' Seitller. Nlargaret 5CllXV.lfl, llelen .l.1ltuh.1s, l'.li1.1lwtl1 lew.111tlowslt1, Nlarv hlolntstoii.
Ron I: .Xnna Xlill, lilorenee Olson, Dorothy liymkow, l.:tVer11e lute, Marian Stefanialt lois Siegrist, -leant-tte Kotlie, Ruth
f.lll.ll1.ll1, K1er.1ltlit1e lll'L'XVCIlSkl, lhlllllllt' Reltelilt, lfvel yn Arhisi,l11eille Yurelt.
limi lg Xlart f.1yyorylti, Vireii1i.1 lferrix, Viola Rogers, Norma Ciattoii, l'stelle l,l'lll1L'l', Yiolet f1e111koyulti, Io1'r.1111e Reil-
n1.1i1. llalel llishon. liniilv lllllfltlli, Rttth lioelt. llclen Yefiiiar, l.CUll.l I
l,.1 l,og5gi.1, Arnoltl Zimmer,--they all sorta lend Mr. Christian '11
, . . ,
Mr. Melhail .1 helpin hantl.
All the lwantl memhers in the hul school jest natch'ly follet'
Corrine Nlieltey .Il Stanley Partyka tlon't stop jest with the
yellin. Right snappy jumps they git in, too.
.- Q A - y . ' X- 1
lheres .1 OI'g.lI1Il.lIltll1 li yat' in school, calls itself the Girls
boys on it, t'sall we got t'say. Anita Bohling, Evelyn Cassady.
llalel Ilislton 'n' Vlrginia l.L'NV.lIlLl0WSlil got themselves on it.
XY'hen 't comes right tloyyn t' lwrgiinworlt, thet lfloytl Olsen
heats .ill heels. lle left my hoy XVillie right haelt in the dust.
liaet is. he heat the hull school ev'ry time report cartls kcm out.
Aniongst them them crave litltlli-l.llAl1ll1', he lxnows his onions.
lirains ain't the only thing tiem soplts ltin claim. Tl1ere's
.1 whoop 'n' .1 holler U' lWl'.lX'Vl1, too. liven them gals push .1 11101111
lwasltetlwall. 'lihet Qi.A.Ll. tloes a lotta things, and the sophs got
their lwiti in there, The Ci.1X.CI. 'ers are: Muriel Anderson, Ruth
lioelt, hl.lI'g.lI'CI leigenlwaum, llelen Griese, Henrietta Griese.
I,o1'r.1ine Reilman, lillian Rmatl, Loretta Kohler, Dorothy Kur-
seia, Anna Mill. Alice Moyn'1an, Bette U'Connot', Rita Panlil.
lueille l'erteg.1to, Nellie Ross, Marjorie Schultz, Mary Zaworslti,
antl Violet fyinltowslti.
Them hoys tlon't do nttthin by halves either. There's George
laelny, Ilueene Coyle, il-l1L'tltl0l'C Glenn, Norman McCullough.
lflmer Sefepinslti, litlxyartl Stokes, 'n' XValter O'Hara out fer
lteavyweight lioothall 'n' llarry Tlioinpson, Xvalter l.intlnet',
l'itl3,f.ll' Cjtisielt, liarl Mueller, Dick Dermotly, l.eonard Nowaltow-
ski, Sid lihy, Paul Radzieski, Robert Lentlaharker, Adam Whin-
tlrowslsi, Nliehael firotviix, llerhert Zeleslty, 'n' Ciale Miirrin
R o Il
-larelt. .'X. Rt-ith. l. Stem-i1so11.
. Nloll. li. Xliller, Xl, lltitllinslti.
Smith. ll. Rtihliiian, C. Nl.11qtll1.11'l.
,, Kohler, ll. llroty 11, R. K.lll.
X, llartmin, Xl. 'X.ll.1x1.1lt, Xl. lengt-11l1.11
Rog.1lslti, Cf Xlirlxet. l, lXI11.lll.
. f.lllL'l.lN, ti, Xyilt. Ii. lattluex.
Kun' I: Marjorie Schmitz,
Dorothy jordan, Phyl-
lis Delioltl, Orletta
Gindl, .lane Bledsoe.
Rau' 2: Mary Louise
Getty, Lorraine Zaia-
kowski, Rita Panfil,
Stella .lean Sulnislaw-
ski, Sophie Zerniak.
Ron' 3: livelyn Cassady,
Fivera Prank, Anita
Pmhling, Verna Coyle,
Ruiz' 4: Genevieve Pryor,
Ann Manisealco, Alice
Moore, Priscilla Alcan
Kuu' 3: .lime Armstrong,
lithel Hauek, lfrelyn
Halm, Lorraine Zu-
hay, Velmla Smith, Vir-
lileanor Slozda, Antoinette Narug, Dorothy
,ll linu I: lflifabetli Ki
'J' Novak, .intl Aclele cilCl10XX'lfl.
X Ron 2: laterne llockneiler, liertha lunge, Mildred llecht, Belle O'Cion-
X ner, and lQons.t.mee Gutritlge.
lion 1: llelen Liriese, .Ieanetle Amlerson, l,ii'lie lleckman, Alice Mayna-
han, lfleanor Miotke and Katherine Sarros.
4: liCll!' Strand, Reixha Kraus, Muriel Anderson, Annette Arkin,
Mary l,inkiewie1, and -leanne Lanernmn.
3: l,ueille ljCl'fCg.Il0, Nellie Ross, Henrietta Ciriese, l,ueille Kon'
xalinka. lzlilahetli Stoil, and Mary Gaither.
fer th' same in lightweight. 'N when't eomea t' has-
ketball, there's lfugene Schultz 'n' Anthony Rybarski
with th' heavies, 'n' Pierce l.ee calls hisself their mana-
ger. liugene Ollrieh, Bob Brinkman, Andrew Petriska,
Charles Doe, Anthony lfurman, Herhert Petersen, in,
lfrank Keller are the lightx.
Them sophs kinda hankcr t' puddle around in
water, too. Thcrc's .1 difT'rcnee tween them thct likes
to 'n' them thet's good at it, though. Put 'em t'gither
'n' you git Cher Buitington, Bill Daglcy, Eugene Ko-
walski, Diek Curtis, 'n' Peter Keck.
.Xrnnltl 71n1n1t'x, llcx'l1cr1 XY nlil.
llnglt-1. llnrlt turtn.
Umm, .'Xl1tl1'c11 l't'tr1slx.t.
lTnn.1ltl I lHIljQt'I', Rit'l1.1rtl l lwurt.
sltu, lx.n1lt lxullcr, slcnc ll,lt'l1lICl.
I: lltnl ll1un1pwn, llt'l'lV,'l'l l'vlt'1'sc11, S.ll1l Rnl11.1l1ulxlt1,
lxnurx liultlt-11011. lllxwnrtl1 Sl1k'l'I'0XX,
I: ltlXX.ll'Ll Nn-kt-N, lintlurtl ll.1l1l11tt, II.n-rt l.1rxn1, lu-
gcnt' Sclvullx, XXl.lllt'l' ll-ll.ll'.l.
3: Nnrn1.1n Sylnnltf. XVCVIIUII l'rc1, li.1lpl1 Vnxti ,Inn
tnlln1.1n. lhll .xlY.lIt'.
-O: lvt-nw Ollrn'l1, l5nn.1ltl ,'Xrcl1t'r', lxllll ,-Xlmtc, liolwrt
lt'l1tl.llW.ll'lxL'I', lllIjt'IlC tt-ylt-, liit'l1.1rtl l7t'rn1ntl1'.
5: Xl.n'lin XX1lt'l1nxlti. twnrgt' ljlillllg. -ltlllll Yan Ihr
Ntmrtl, lt'Ull.lI'tl N.-wgkmuki. l.lL'lx St.1cl1nwiu1, llnn-1'
I: R.1lpl1 lXll0Cl'lL'l', l7nn.1ltl llrnxxn, tlnnlv ll.lKl.'I'SUl1.
1: linl w4-1' t Nclmpp, XX.1l1t'1' llltltlmulxl, 4I.1t'lt tlnppt lllll
3: R01 lt'l1n1lxcr. Ilnlw X1ttkur1111t'lt, l'1lgt'rc Duc, i'l1.11lw
4: ltlxuntl tunltllnxltu, llulwrt ft-lt-wltx, lrung .'Xnnt'n.
5: lugrm' lxnxullwltu, .Xtl.ln1 XY,111tll'n11wlxl. ll-llll li.ltlllt'it'-
'l'l1Cl'ClS tl1un1 tl1ct lltcs t' run, too-'t cc1't.1an
. , , . . . .
ICN. ll1cy gut ll I'UI1IlCtl out 00111 111 tlxlclt-Sul lzlwv.
VIl.lltl l,.ll11l11t'l'll1g, Rnlwsrt AlCfZOl'l11lL'li, l,CUl1.ll'tl Paw- 3
uski, zX11tl1t1111' R1'l1.1l'Nlxl, Sl.llllCX' XVilCl1'11slt1, Clvtlc A 3 V Q
. . - ' ' ' 4 '
Wl'Cl1L'g- n l',l1l0l'1' lSt1ltlc11o1x'. -Q43 49,
, A haf' 4 Q nf, .4
ll1cn1 wrestlers, Illtillgll-tlLll'llCtl cl 'll tlwy tlnnt
1l11L'. tl1' 'crt't-pt I' XY.IICl?. ,l'l1L'y'l'S 'purty gontl .mt ' M
ICCIIII tl1 .nr outta nnc notlwr. ll1 nncs that sur- I
. . . .. 'sv
cal .tru Vc1'non l'l'L'y, l',LlXx'.l1 Al.II'L'l1, 'lll1Hl11y c,lll.l, ' 1 Y
Nutlnn' lilac tl1cn1 snpl1s in .1 million y.1l'S, cu-11
1 tl1c1' tln lu' l1ill lwillit-S. liintla l'Cl11lI1tlS nw! NYl1l1t
v mud. Sllk' sctl. Hl,.lNV, we gotta scntl XY'illic r' sqlmnl, N'-ffftffffx' l'1"'1'J41 lwmiv- NHMIH f Hvlxlvlnlv.
y .1in't nn tlllCNIl0ll 'bout it. He mought nor be so Nw'--fr .I-wk lwlx- ,lwvw S11-liww. liltlv
ql1t. but lL'tNIW.lf'S, l1L'.S still Jigtlllll, '11' tl1ct's 'bout
ut ltin su fl ' "
C' JIU' 0 US.
LOCKHART'S fKultenmeyer'sj KINDERGARTEN
Freshie, my freshie, where have you been?
I've been to Fractional, and, Oh! what I've seen!
Freshie, my frcshic, what did you see?
That it's too biff a lace for a little ffuv like me!
D P D .
hot, Sing a song of Sixpence.
cold, A pocket full of rye,
on the spot Four-and-twenty freshmen,
teacher scolds. Too scared to blink an eye
Kun I: Ilnrutlux iuruxllla, ,Xu
I rames Nou ifki.
limi 2: Ili-I'
xl Qlacliwn, ly.lIl'lCl.l lem
L .llllerine liloigcr.
Kun 3: I
Xrra Qclmndl, Ailrie
I wlx n Ilaydcu.
Rim 4: IJ.
lI'0ll'lX Iliuslxn. lime
Run' 3: liulli XYIII. II-arcuate I riilwx,
Ilrllx Un-r'1m-X cr.
Run I-: Xlllilii-il l'x'.ui-1, Xllui' lvlmi I
, tiinllmli' lallling, NIJ
Lou NIM, Ixnux Ixii-win.
ull.: N 1
I: Ilelly Iiarlier. lleanm' Snlxlex.
2: llerilli Moor, Patsy Miller. NI.1r3
3: lucillu illliuixen, Iionnie llII'Clll
4: Nlarx Guia, Norma Scclmusin
5: Iilorence Iioglarxky, Nlallie Ho-
dur, Sophie lorwil.
'-. Ixalllrrxm' I'lr1'lr.1n1, Ixtliu lill'
ilnr. Xnevialu felaniu.
. 'Inu Nullllx. llilvn Iiimi. lhunili-.
Pl. lun' 3
I: slacquelim' lL'Qllll.lIl, Iluiu
liclx, Xn'!o1'u.l lllll.
1: l.mI1 Inch, .Xnne SL'NIllx.lIllx
I lurullce flerxx ilulxi.
3: Ioan Yan Iirum-n, Nlarw
wt-nlun en, :NIL-x.imlr.i l,4ll'A'I1ll7.I.
Il ullxx flll
-I: lvertruili' lxnlmn nw
lm, I loremm' Iflt-ming,
S: Xlildred I ,umm-rung. .'Xmlrvc
irlw, Xirgmm XI.illiinxxlu.
1-: lhnmnm liliuim, lllnl Su
, XI.l1.mi' Xlmgaui, Slllllu NI ri
Iliixi Ilir.-.-p, Xulgtm' llilx.
ll I XII hell Iiuiier, li-wpli XXoi.lk, Itlxxarrl Xluwclielewirx, ,Xnllmny Ileinll, Keith II xmlli llnnilil Ilot-Im Rilpli llixiw Innes
Signs, l'.1ul Nadi, leonaril leka, .mil Ray Sletellmll.
I1 Iiluartl l.iI-Iumki, Ileurx X'.m Iler Noord, Robert Hollis, III-HI Sclmun, Xlxrmln' Pnrko, fnualil Iuuir. Iiiil Muin. Ixtmullv
I'rrlvIe, IIIHCI' Iilluige, leo Sankry .md .Ioe XIx'c'llIl'UlI4xjI1.
11 . Bob Ilogarl, Ilerberl XX'olII, .'Xl'llllII' Nlaeieyvwxki, Ilarold Mull, ldward I'r.1mger losepll Inu I gli I in II I
Iiuuka, I'.uil Ixurlela, Iioberx Ciamliier. .mil Nlaurice XI.lI'XII.lII.
ll -I XX'illvur Sxxwl'1l14ig.l, leou.1l'il l'r.ulske, Irwin IIAVIQU, lrnesl Vierk. louis I'olux, I lx I n
Iiolwrl 5.HlN.IIlI.lI1, Ieilily N.lI1IIl1IIHL.l, .mil I'.mI ion Iierimurfl.
Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How the freshmen wish they are
Up above the World so high,
Safe from seniors passing by.
XVhat does little freshie say
In hiswbed at break of day?
"Mama, let me stay home, do!
There at school I ery for you!"
Cock a doodle doo!
The freshie's lost his shoe,
I-Ie's lost his eighth-grade dignity,
And don't know what to do!
ll I. I. Iimlkmuki, .X. Sxlllllll, I. XX
Il -. IS, Ixuliarsku I Xmltuwn R IIIIKIKHCI'
I1 II linux ,I lximinslxi C Itlmikii
II W' K Qmllli I Smith X Illnlw
I4 4. I. IIIII, II. lillnllug X Sumkllus
14 ,. I. Rxlwaitnk. .X. I'v.m--, I, Nluxlimk
c' - S L
H25 his first da? the Clock,
Hickory dioi homesick t
5 C O O Stay
ry, df-jcli. 3
X nnrd Dnwlynskk, hnwx Vmrmxwk
Run' X: Rudy jmuv, Herbert Drew, Mfred Nuvmk, james Sduu, frank Kas'l,ub.x, jmeph Kup, .eo
Anum Vercmk, Wdlhrwx Xnhnson, Andrew Mnnnar.
limp Z1 Chr-enee Kubeelkx, Rnynwnd Marmwlak, Edward Sevyak, Henry XVnhk, Xrvin Yinu, Yeednu Dinem, Verhnd Clxrrev, Vnxccni
Mark, Uerberx Uardmn, Cdmrdes johnson, Kenneth Kuppnl.. 4
Run 'wx hnxes Vrlw, Nhehnd Kierns, 'fed Vketrlak, MMM Mendyk, john jones. Unvmrd Lmrey, Henry Bubda, Card Undner, Vmb George
you Cfebnh, Teddy Knhxmwskr.
nu -ka Vncnnke Sernernher, 'Yed Vgdko, Roy Vnhner, Vdward Lnman, Leonard C,kep'JueXm, Wdhmx Bed jne Reed, C.h,xrXes MkeXrqh,WMmf
Lfrd-Qs, Andy Buss, Xen Scuhnx,
I: IIcIun NNUIIIIX, INNIII I,xIwuIu, IAur,x NIUIW, Ngnu I'v.xiIyuxIx.x, IIx1.xIwxIx Suu -umIxx Nuxdu Ohm IRI--muIu.x
Ihxxcx, Inu IxuuxIx, III-Icn Kmrhu, 'Xhyuu gXI.unw.
'L ,XIIQIHW I,mug.x, ILuxIx Ikruxxu, YNIQI ISUIXIC, Iluw NuAI,Im'xI mu, IAIIIA IrcLI1.uwI'1, I'IwxIIu IKrmugIx, IR.u'Iwu.x V x'ugIu, ImxIx
IMA-I X'.muI, IIc.mm' IIIUIN, IIc,uun' 'I'uxIqwxIM,
I wx IMI-u I7mxI.xp. ucx'u'xuIu NX.xIcmwku1, IIuAnm' WIAIQIMNNQI, NIxrIg.xrql NIu.m, IXAM , 'XI.ux Ix'cIwc.I.u, .XIIIQ Iichxxux.
K nun, IM-Hx Inu V'umIIwurn, IuIx.x SAIw.uIux, Um'mIxx OIn'.u,
ru -It NMA XI.u'xm, IxIIx.m Icuxnggx, IIurcxuc IiIyclcIx, Cm'rIHy K MIX, K-u".x".'.II, I-Inl.x, K1 IIVVIIQ N.nImIxIx.x, IIN'-NIH
Ix IM-Iuuw IHIIIIIA, ITcIm's:N SuIxclA I,cun.x I'mIv,xl.x,
I' I Ixlnull li I
ul N In, ly XI uln1lI,I MM
U lI.,lIW1Kl,l.I.Ik I,
x vx III1n1Ix,.I V
I .xxq lu
tlll ll' IU mul. HMI
""- "W . "I" mm
II, vkl I NI
xml, K 'mix' I If .um
Hulllxk Iulu KI, i
n, Xi IIA fi wk'
I -Im I ul '
Yami, ,XI Ium X I
I I, N -lu, I.,
'III R "I IJ., " M
I IIIIII Iw.,mKl'KuI lulllxlxl
'HIL x '
In I "IMI 1
'I I ' II.
Kun l: ISCl'Il.ll'k1 Klum, .lulius fjiSlCXl'Ski, llcnry Vcnful, Donald Stein, Simon l'mtn1.1, Tunx K1l1l'islupl1yl'.
Rau 2: Rulu-rm Rugcrs, lnuix 'l'crcls.1, Bun Nundorf, George XX'.u'tnmu, Tum Swccncy, Tum Goddard.
R014 Y: Xy'.lH.lCC Krucgc, -Kuhn Schuu. Tmxy NLILLIIKII1. Xymltcr Zygmunt, Alfred Hocrw, Henry Kul-
Run' 4: -lnculw V.111dcr'I3y, l.cn Cfglxlrerlf, Rm 'II-mlm, Dmuld Raguvclm, Hymn Xxvllfkllhlli, Frank l'.lwl.1k.
lim: I: N1.ll'XCll.l licllnmy, liurninc Olwn, IJFJIICCS Plug, Uulorcx Lindncr. l3.1rlmr.1 Vnlnvif, Violur
R011 Z: Nlnrx ,Nun liwiukuwski, l,cun.x Kmxxmlski, .Ic.mnc O'Cfu11mmr, lllcn N1cKulm.1. XI.ll"i.'lIl Hcinw.,
Iinn 1: ihi,-11 Irma, lxlmul liulxoll, lrcm' ,l.lH.lislCWSki, -IL-.ul l7m:kwuilcl', lllcn Xluullcr, lhmnln Bcckcr.
Kun 4: Yurgiu1.1 l.1 NUJLI, XXQHIILI lhmclnxcilulx Irma Nxfinturlmtf, lyclwcxiuvc XYilc1ynski, l'l.lim' l'rlcrxmz
X lrgun.l bull,
Sfdllxllllxf Clmrlcs Nlxclvcli. HJ Sml,lm.1, liurum Hunter. Smlml: Nlikc M.1nsucLu, AI'l1mn.n Burns.
Muni Rout Peck, Misdom, -Icrzyk, Swanson, Mayer, l.orcn7,, Bragg, i,:Sallc, james, Moore.
Rnu' 2: Prcisxig, Mayer, Dyer, Minuik, Klchot, Kowalski, Xlfocichuw ki, Bucyk, NX'righr. Swicringa, Bruumhcad, XVlL'I'Xl11.l, Boldcnow
Run' 3: liumlwcl. Stark, ihl.lI1ClIlO, Xintc, Pawlak. Schneider. l,i"nl'1cr, Marlo, cjLllU'lll15:l1.lI11, Bcrgcrnn, llrandr.
Run' 4: NXylrlym.1.slu, Lvram, llalcs, fxllguslylick, lllll, Haclicnlnllrg, XVulhng, stahl, Cialuk, Kulmmwski, W'yrmlux11slii.
Ron 5: Meyer, Barth, Rcntncr, Kcgcbine, Uhan, Laich, Gulatta, Long, Rasmussen, Sidote, Sidotc.
This little freshie went to Fractional,
That little freshie went, too.
Both little frcshics cried, "I want mama ! "
All the day through.
Freshie Tom, the piper's son,
Was sent to school, but away he run.
He ran to ma,
Ma told pag
He's back in school now -- ha, ha, ha!
Mistress Mary Oh, so "scarcy,"
How does your schoolwork go?
Not so right, 'cause 1'm not bright,
I'm only a freshie, you know!
OPICNING NUMIIER "'I'llI, LANDING OF COLUMBUS"
The Traveling Mike
"This is the evening of November 19th, and by
means of our traveling mike, we are bringing to you
the 1937 Carnival. I.adies and gentlemen, it is im-
possible to take you to every nook and corner, but I
shall cover as much as I can in the time allotted.
"I have never seen anything quite like it. Such
color, such noise, such excitement. I-Iere we are, at
our lirst stop, the old swimming hole: however, this
pool could hardly compare with those of yesteryear.
Nvhoopl the mike just about got a nice cool green
splash of water that time. Well, look here, that re-
nowned diver, Arlite Smith, was the cause of it. All
kidding aside, folks, this is one grand meet, but time's
"We are now in the front hall and that clamor
you hear is from the noise maker's booth. Really, folks,
at the 1937 Carnival
the enthusiasm is unbclieveablc. Gypsies, who tell your
fortuneg clowns, who make you laughg telegraph mes-
sengers, who bring you greetings: and a dozen other
things. Yes, even Mickey Mouse.
"Here to my left is a puppet show and to my
right is "Ring the Cane" concession. Ifnough of fri-
volity and foolishness for a while. The mike is making
its way to the chemistry lab, where I' see -Iames Rider
and other lads demonstrating the fantastic side of
"Oh, oh, now I see something that really has a
ghostly atmostphere to make the mike shake. lt's the
faculty grave yard. W'onder if the students would
really Want their teachers to be there? I don't think so.
Say. there's a good verse:
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MISS SCHMIDT, DEAN OF GIRLS: 'llt has been .1 great pleasure being sponsor
of the Girls' Club this year. I feel that the success of the club is due to the splendid
work and cooperation of Kay McCloskey, our excellent president, and the standing
chairmen. Things that I will always remember as the 'lhigh-spots', of the Girls' Club
year are: the delightful fruit baskets that Renata Messerschmidt prepard for the Hallo-
We'cn Partyg the snappy collegiate decorations of the Girls' Club Dance with Virginia
Taitz as the Overseer, Alice Sonnenberg's Christmas tea, the stunts put on by Mary
Margaret Keller at the Alumnae partyg Lorraine Malak's St. Patrick Day programs
for the freshman partyg and last but not least, the silence that preceded the announce-
ment of the new president during the candle-lighting ceremony at the Mother-Daugh-
McCLOSKEY PRESENTS the super-super workers of the Royal Order of Girls'
Club workers: Naomi Ifrevert, Margaret Kaminslti, Virginia Lewandowski, Anita Boh-
ling, Genevieve Jablonski, Mary Margaret Keller, Virginia Taitz, Gloria Mundo,
Lorraine Malak, Gertrude Olszewski, Dolores Knoerzer, Lucille Norton, Ruth Sibley,
Alice Sonncnberg, Esther Turner June Jaeger, Jane Jones, Rose Piccirilli, Eileen Horst,
Hazel Hishon, Audrey Smith, Loraine NWachewicz, Josephine Schuster, and Louise Hays.
MCCLOSKEY PRESENTS the super-workers: Catherine Rottier, Grace Larson,
Beverly Millies, Betty Kennedy, Myrtle Erndt, Arlene Knott, Betty Sibley, Jeanne
Sibley, Sara Martin, Jeanne Shahan, Katherine Sarros, Renata Messerschmidt, Emily
Dutczak, Anne Dutczak, Dorothy Deakun, Marjorie Rasmussen, Margaret Schwartz,
Elizabeth Stoll, Kitty Kiester, and Alyce Johnston.
McCLOSKEY PRESENTS the good workers: Adeline Bolck, Norma Trinowski,
Evelyn Cassady, and Elaine Howmiller.
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UMR. Mll,l.l2R, DEAN Ol" BUYS: One of tl1e most progressive deans ever to
sponsor the T. li. Boys' Club. He was always enthusiastic and on the lookout for new
ide.1s. He enjoyed working with the boys and they cooperated with him to the full-
UAIOI1 AMODIQO-iny right-hand man. He took charge of the basketball game
whieh w.1s a feature of the l:l'CSl1I'l1.lI'l Party, and he practically pllf on tl1e Boys' Clluh
Skating Party single-handed.
"BOB VAN LANINGHAM--.intlier of my best dependanble workers. He was
.1 good promoter and had .1 hand in every activity sponsored by the club.
"NVll.BUR CULES-A boy with unusual enthusiasm considering the fact that
this was his first year on the board. The success of the Minstreal Show was entirely
due to this boyf,
'QIOIZ SIWINSKI-tl1e secretary of the club. lle was our star llCliCl-S.llCSl1l.lll.
-loe's pep and his quality of sticking to .1 job until it was done. earned him an enviable
"CHARl.l'fS GRlSkY'Ul.l7-always to be relied upon to do the re.1l work at .1
iarty. lior instance, at the freshman varty Charlie stayed downstairs in the locker
. l . .
rooms taking care of the towel-1 while eyeryone w.1s in the gym enjoying hiniselli.
"BOB l.ANGliiiI'l'C.lSLll'Cl'. He was consistently ready and willing to do all lie
could for the club.
"DICK DIQRMOIJY-runner-up to Siwinski in the matter of ticket selling. lle
did his best at all times.
"RIDE l'AXVl.OXVSKl ANU lfl7IDllf STOKlib-interested in anything sponsored
hy the club, and they did their share of the work willingly and exceedingly well.
"RliIiD BUITINGTON--was a valuable organizer. He did some excellent work
in handling the musical part of the Boys' Club Minstrel.
"EUGENE PETERSEN-.1 good worker on the Boys' Club Dance.
"TOM SW'lflfNlfY--popul.1r with all the boys. lle was ever agreeable and co-
Service With A Smile
We are the ones who check out your books . . .
we keep the books in order so you can find them
easily . . . we give you information concerning any
book . . . and we do it all with a smile. We, the
literary librarians, are: Edwin Wojciechowski, Arthur
Maciejcwski, Richard Dermody, John Huck, Joe Paw-
Kosinski Toni Pactwa James Bigus Elvera Frank
Dorothy Letzan Dolores Knoerzer Vivian Renicker
Ethel Snyder, Mary Hasiak, Hazel Hishon, Gertrude
Olszewski, Jean Smith, Dorothy Carey, Jeanne Lauer-
man, Edythe Linz, Mabel Keller, Edward Rumbaugh,
Julia Krukowski, Corinne Mickey, Jeanne Shahan,
Taitz, Mildred Snyder, Margaret Kaminiski, Lillian
lowski, Frank Serafini, Charles Gellerson, Robert Green,
Hubert Zelesky, Louise Hays, Alice Sonnenberg, Jose-
phine Schuster, Betty Sibley, Esther Turner, Virginia
Dorothy Deakun, LaVerne Dockweiler, Bertha Lange,
Carmen Cabezas, Virginia Smith, June Jaeger, Dora
Harthun, Ethel Bukoll, Adeline Stoklosa, and Miss
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"XVe make your salads,z sandwiches, lunches .... faniak, Jessie Sroka, Arlite Lcnhoif, Henrietta Dvojack,
Agnes Szal, Grace Jennings, Adah Stuart, Marie Ogden,
Cecelia Magdziars, Robert Greene, William Korupin-
ski, Roman Krieger, Peter Chapelle, Miss Stewart, Tony
Pactwa, Walter Lindner, John Sabados, Edward Det-
loif, and Peter Stasiakf'
we wash the cafeteria tables for you . . . we dish up
your ice-cream sandwiches . . . and we serve you with
a smile. Your smiling waiters and waitresses are: Elea-
nor Schroeder, Lorraine Skarwecki, Jean Goff, Estelle
Prizner, Lilyan Borowski, Marble Oberla, Marian Ste-
"Blue, purple, red, black, all sorts of different colored ink are
found on our fingers after making posters for you . . . large posters ,
. . . small posters . . . athletic posters . . . party posters : : : all these
are made for you with a smile by your three pressmen: Charles Gil-
lette, Clarence Peters, and Richard Babbitt."
"We mix and prepare chemicals so Mr. Frey can perform ex-
periments for you .... we concoct' and arrange the chemistry
exhibits' .... we dilute chemicals, so you can use them .... and H
we do this for you with a smile. We, of the tribe of Cavendish, are '
Richard Olderwald, June Jaeger, Robert Ward, and Eugene Dratwa." V
Mildred Cohen, Patricia McKenna, Dorothy Deakun, Margaret Yurek, f
Clubs for Work
Drop by drop the ocean is filled with water.
Point by point the commercial and journalistic
students accumulate the merit that wins them gold
pins and the proud title of membership.
While one Commercial Club aspirant swells her
fund of points by acting as secretary to a faculty
member, another dirties her fingers learning how to run
the mimeograph. Outlines for the history students and
tests for English classes steadily fill the fifteen hours
which are required of a member. More specialized work
which requires training, such as cutting stencils and
running the ditto machine, adds up the points which
When a teacher sees a junior commercial student
bearing down on him, he doesn't shrink from said stu-
dent, but instead welcomes him, for these juniors earn
their points by collecting work from the teachers.
They, in turn, give the work to the senior commercial
members. We introduce these busy fingers to you:
Robert Green, Clarence Peters, Josephine Neale, Ruth
Long, Dorothy Carey, Rose Pomilia, Julia Nagy, Mary
Kmatz, Betty McLaughlin, Dora I-Iarthun, Alice Son-
nenberg, Margaret Ernst, Frank Serafmi, Robert Faist,
Aspirants to the News Hawk Club, too, know
that every little point counts if the required one thou-
sand points are to be amassed.
Although the majority of the members earned
their membership by writing for either the Thorntonian
or the Cbronoscope, we find one boy who worked at the
printer's in Lansing and heaped up his points in that
Several of the eager salesmen who beset the busy
student in the corridors with pleas of "Buy a paper,"
entitles the member to a guard for the pin. Proud
wearers of guards on their pins are Gertrude Olszew-
ski, Lorraine Frank, and Ethel Reiten. The other mem-
bers of the Senior Commercial Club are: Anne Dutczak,
Elaine Dorsey, Ruth Davis, Lucille Teninga, Mae Kooy,
susan Wiersma, Lillian Kosinski, Kathryn Ellens, Mil-
dred Snyder, Florence Arens, Lydia Sachse, Marian
Barkdull, Jeanette Jakubas, Adeline Stoklosa, Marilyn
Collins, Dorothy Bradtke, Helen Novak, Margaret
Yurek, Lorraine Keller, Dorothy Bonkowski, Estelle
Van Til, Edna Gruhlke, Virginia Huey, Dena Koenes,
Margaret Kaminski, Margaret Kennedy, Norma Hopp,
Jennie Sosnoski, Leona McClusky, and Alice Johnston.
Myrtle Erndt, Evelyn Biederstadt, Nora Werbicki,
Bonnie May Hatfield, Josephine Schuster, Renata Mes-
serschmidt, Margorie Rasmussen, Mildred Schultz, Lor-
raine Malak, Victoria Madrzyk, Della Kennedy, Dor-
othy Sass, Evelyn Arbisi, Della Bukoll, Evelyn Sumer-
acki, Adeline Bolek, Mary Margaret Keller, Marian
Heimback, Marjorie Baxter, Jean Smith, Ruth Jaeger,
Lois Hansen, Meleda Sosnoski, Adeline Jarczyk, Lor-
made enough sales to give them a thousand points and
a membership. These future newspapermen and women
are: Ray Paschke, Arlene Knott, May Hoertz, Adeline
Bolek, June Jaeger, Helene Brown, Ruth Katz, Eldine
Howmiller, Katherine Sarros, Louise Hays, Joe Siwinski,
Gloria Mundo, Beverly Millies, Elaine Howmiller, Lucille
Abrahamson, Joseph Zygmunt, Eugene Petersen, Mary
Margaret Keller, Kay Rottier, Josephine Schuster, Betty
Sibley, Anita Bohling, Elvera Frank, Donald Williams,
Lorraine Frank, Ruth Sibley, Kay McCloskey, Grace
Larson, Eileen Horst, and Reed Buffington.
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Clubs For Play I
"Flying Eagle time is on the air again, giving you this afternoon a brief intro-
duction to the popular Aeroplane Club, which is under the direction of Mr. Magde-
frau. The purpose of this club is to give an opportunity to all boys to learn the
mechanism of an airplane and to make model planes. Here is Charles Klensman with
his secretary's book in hand to call the roll. Listen: Adam Wandrowski, Allen Frank,
Alfred Borgman, Carl Wetzel, Chester Novak, Donald Erfert, Frank Keller, Michael
Kieras, Joseph Jerzyk, Leroy Peterson, Paul Radziejeski, Ralph Mason, Raymond
Harder, Robert Goff, Roy Blank, Ted Harbrecht, Tony Pactwa, William Scriver, Ray
Heckman, Wayne Ugasoif, Rudolph Buckner, Gerald Frevert, Bob Bogart, Irene
Nanesta, and Robert Johnson."
Voici la classe la plus originale de I' ecole.
Depuis deux annees ils sont ensemble pour etudier
et s'amuser. C'est la derniere classe de francais. Donc
ils ont voulu avoir leur tableau dans "Le Chrono-
scope" pour un souvenir. Cependant les eleves et
leur martresse ils noublieront jamais les urns les
autres parcequils s'ament. Il y a cinq garcons et
six filles dans la classe, ou plutot "le cercle." Le
chien est a la maitresse.
Dans le rang premier de gauche a droit sort Anne
Dutczak, Marilyn Collins, Dorothy Deakun, Made-
moiselle McKeehan et Shep, Margaret Yurek et Mae
Hoertz. Les garcons avec leur sucres d'arge sont,
de gauche a droit, Wayne Ugasoff, William Scriver,
Ted Harbrecht, Eugene Kilinski et Wayne Ault.
"'Lights, action, camera'-and Clyde Blanke's Photo Club is ready
to 'shoot.' Every two weeks a contest is held for the best snapshot of the
week entered by members of the club. This week the subject for the
picture contest is a human interest snapshot, so get busy, members. We're
counting on each and every one of you right down the list: Marian Heim-
back, Toni Pactwa, Eugene Kowalski, Emory Brandt, Katherine Sarros,
Reisha Kraus, Lois Hansen, Meleda Sosnoski, Mary Margaret Keller, Mary
Johnston, Nadine Dagley, Alice Sonnenberg, Evelyn Sumeracki, Bud Thomp-
son, Jeanne Lauerman, Adam Wandrowski, Virginia Lewandowski, Mar-
gret Schwarz, Anita Bohling, Shorley Seidler, Doris Genko, Lorraine Malak,
Irene Nannesta, Ruth Jaeger, Jennie Sosnoski, Lorraine Keller, Harry Larson,
Eugere Doe, Mack Haluczynski, William Brandt, Frank Keller, John Lock-
hart, George Cooper, Donald Stein, Charles Klensman, Edward Stokes, Paul
Radziejewski, Ellsworth Sherrow, and Sidney Ebyf'
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Behind the Thorntonian Headlines
"Ladies and gentlemen, we broadcast today from the offices
of the THORNTONIAN to give you the inside on the running
of a big-time high school newspaper. In spite of repeated warnings,
this announcer has dared to venture beyond the sacred portals of
"I will try to give you step by step a word picture of the
scene before me. At the moment ollice hours are just starting and
thc members of the journalism class as well as the staff arc slouch-
ing, staggering, gliding, or strutting into the room, according to
their respective moods and personalities.
"I understand that today is the deadline fthe very last day
on which articles may bc handed in for the next edition of the
"Ladies and gentlemen, until you yourself are present at the
deadline, you will never understand the scene I see before me.
This place is a madhouse! Editor Buihington is doing his best
to look dignified as he hands out copy to the copy readers.
"That machine-gun rat-a-tat-tat you hear is Iildine How-
millcr typing a few of the late articles.
"Advertising manager Lorraine Frank just burst into the room
to demand what happened to the list of advertisers from Lansing.
There, she found it under the typewriter.
"Two boys who seem to be visiting just walked in. I'll try
to get a few words from them. Sorry, I'm afraid it can't be done.
Miss Moe followed them in here and is chasing them out right
now. That's the best policy after all. Visitors shouldn't be allowed
during working hours.
"What's that Miss Moe? I should get out? But I'm broad-
casting-that makes no difference? Well, I guess she means busi-
ness. So long."
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staff. We shall address the same question to all and get their responses. The question:
"Wh:1t was your hardest problem on the book?-First the sponsor, Miss Moe.
"Getting the money was by far the hardest job. All other problems paled into
insignificance," admits Miss Moe.
"My most difhcult task was in carrying out the radio theme," laments Grace
"Trying to get the pictures and the write-ups in on time caused me much trouble,"
states Ruth Sibley.
"My problem, like Ruth's, was in getting the work in on timef' adds Don
"It took all my energy to get the student salesmen to report their sales," com-
plains Lorraine Frank, circulation manager.
Charles Gillette, master mathematician, admits, "I was considerably puzzled in
working out the football pictures so that they all had the proper slant."
Mae Hoertz, staff artist, sighs, "My stars! they were my biggest problem. I mean
the two panels for the senior stars."
"I had some dirliculty in recalling my childhood days sufliciently to write up the
nursery rhymes for the freshmen," admits Naomi llrevert.
Kay McCloskey, in char'e of -'irls sworts, confesses, "Checking on the suellin'
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of the names and the lLlCl1fll1C,Ill0llS was .1 trying task."
THE DEBATE CLUB OF THE AIR
"livery Monday at this time it is the privilege of Station T.F.T.I-I.S. to bring
you the Debate Club of the Air. This cvening's meeting finds the east and studio
audience in a state of farewell - it is the last meeting of the Debate Club until
"In one year, its first, this program has grown to be one of the leading programs
on this station. Since its inauguration, last September, it has been favored with
Thornton, Hammond, Catholic Central, and Roosevelt guest stars, to name only a
few. Its cast has anneared on the programs of New Trier, Lane Tech, Morgan Park
Military Academy. Cicero, Proviso, and many other. Its cast was entered in the Sub-
District Debate Tournament, and as a result, qualihed for the District Tournament.
"At a recent broadcast, many of the cast were given awards certifying their
honor rating, and it is expected that similar awards will be won by the remainder
in the near future.
"This program originated largely through the efforts of the man who has now
been made its Master of Ceremonies--Mr. Frank Allen. As Mr. Allen explains it, the
cast is divided into three classes: the tournament team, the varsity squad, and the
"The tournament teams are made up of Reed Bufrington and joe Zygmunt. on
the negative, and Lucille Abrahamson and Naomi Frevert on the affirmative. Eldine
Howmiller, Mildred Cohen, George Cooper, and Eugene Petersen make up the affirma-
tive varsityg John Trebellas, Carol Cusick, Elaine Howmiller, and Adeline Stoklosa
make up the negative varsity. The less experienced club members are: Floyd Olsen,
Annette Arkin, Katherine Sarros, Helene Brown, Ruth Katz, Reisha Krause. Kitty
Kiester, lirances Bertram, and leader Thaldorff'
TFTHS I DRUMS off DEATH
f8:00-10:00 P.M.Q February 16, 1938 Wfednesduy
fSig7IlIfIH'?j - f"'The Gbosf Dam'e"j
fSoft Beating of Drums Continue Throughout Introductionj
.'lNiX'Ul'NC'.'ili: "Tonight, ladies and gentlemen, the
junior Studio of T. lf. T. H. is presenting that
magnificent mystery play, "DRUMS Oli DEATH,"
under the direction of Alta Staullier. A large audience
is gathered here in the studio, due to the splendid work
of' the advertising manager, l,ouise Hays and llosephine
Schuster. and those tieltet-selling demons, Aloe Siwinslti
and Mary Margaret Keller.
"Tonight's roles are being played by lfsther Tur-
ner as the Hindu Celeste: Adeline liolek as Mrs. Oakley,
the housemotherg Lucille Norton, in the role of Paula
Bailey: liarl XYinterhotl as the villain, Dr. Cameron,
XVilliam llelmclte. as Sheldon llarley, the hero, Diclt
Ulderwald as -Iules, husband of Celesteg lfvelyn Sum-
eraelti as Amelia Gillette, Betty Sibley as the grand-
mother, Hrs. Ciilletteg Cilara Classady as lfugenia Bowles,
and that comical Ray Paschlte as Sheritl' Nlewton
ilil !7I'R IS SUl.',XDlflJ 'I'Wlf'lfb
:lN.N'CJl'.N'C'lf1i: "'l'here's the warning bunei, house
lights are dimmend by electrician lfranlt Seralinig the
stage is being set by lloe llawlowslsi and Robert lfaislg
prompters, Dora Harthun and Margery Baxter are in
their places off stage, and Imogene Stalions and Beverly
Millies are making a last minute check-up on proper-
ties. Miss Stautler has just finished applying the last
touches of malse-up on Dick Olderw.1ld."
l'U1Cfli: "Overture, Overture."
ORCfll1iS'1'RA: QLOUIJ AND 'I'llliN SOlf'l'l,Y
zlNfs'UUNfflfK: "There's the final warning, Mr.
Cxhristian has stepped from his place in tlit- ilirector's
stand, house lights are ont, and ilit' curtain got-s up on
your play "DRUMS Ol' DlfAil'll."
FRACTIONAL NEWS COMMENTATOR
"With the school year just behind us, let's go
back tonight to the beginning of that year and re-
view its history-making events. A good place to begin
is with the unusually large addition to the T. F. faculty
in September. Seven new teachers-Miss Alta Stauffer,
Miss Doris Stewart, Coach Aitken Young, Dean Lionel
Miller, Mr. Frank Allen, Mr. Angus McPhail and Mr.
William Vendley. Mr. Lockhart showed his good taste
there . . . An all-time record in THORNTONIAN
subscription drives is set-683 subscribers. But there
are still 270 slackers . . . Two assemblies-a portrayal
of Lincoln by J. L. Parsons, and Eugene Laurant in
the role of a magician. Good entertainment these stu-
dents get . . . For the first time in its history the
band elects a student manager fArthur Larsonj and
nine other officers . . . The "Dahlkamp for Boys' Club
President" campaign ends in victory. The rest of the
tickets reads: vice president, Eugene Peterseng secretary,
Joe Siwinskig and treasurer, Bob Lange . . . The honor
roll for the first six-weeks period is led by the seniors
and sophs. Where are the juniors and freshmen? . . .
For the third consecutive time the T. F. football squad
captures the South Suburban League Championship.
Nice goin', boys . . . 150 prospective Velozes and
Yolandas at the Girls Club Collegiate Dance. 800
people missed a swell time . . . T. F.'s first Debate Club
makes its debut under Mr. Allen's tutelage in a meet-
ing with Harvey's teams . . . Sideshows are revived
again in the largest Carnival in years, with Kay Mc-
Closkey as its queen, Fred Dahlkamp as its king, and
Miss Stauffer as director . . . Again the T, F. students
share their happy Thanksgiving with others. Forty-
six families are given baskets . . . T. F. does its bit
to alleviate tuberculosis with its yearly Shick tests.
Of the 236 students who took them 77 tests prove
positive, but no active cases are found . . . A super-
colossal magazine-selling drive is launched to provide
uniforms for the band. The student body turns in
over S425 for the fund . . . Miss Heigl directs two
fine Christmas plays for the annual Christmas assembly
-"Christmas at Casey's" and "More Blessed" . . .
Mr. McPhail, his Cadet Orchestra, and the Freshman
Girls' Chorus make their first public appearance in
the music department's gigantic Christmas Concert.
Besides these units, Mr. Christian's Concert Band, and
the Meistersingers, and the Girls' Chorus, under the
direction of Miss Helen Brazziil, participated in the
program . . . The Senior girls and the faculty elect
Naomi Frevert as T. F.'s representative to the state
D. A. R. convention . . . Seniors bestow Christmas
presents in the way of class oflices upon Don Williams,
Bob Lange, Grace Larson, and Edna Gruhlkeg juniors
upon Joe Siwinski, Josephine Schuster, Louise Hays,
and Virginia Taitz . . . Miss Burkle leaves us to enter
wedded life, and Miss Navotny comes to us from Michi-
gan to take her place . . . Miss jaacks ties a ribbon
around her curly locks and decides to go back to
school herself, leaving T. F. students behind her. Her
place is taken by Mrs. Phelps from the "Wild West"
. . . The faculty strains the rules of the fine art of
basketball playing, to say nothing of a few ligaments,
at the T. F. Faculty QTigersj-Lincoln School Men's
Chorus CAcrobatsj game . . . TOOTSIES pave the
way for the opening of the mid-year THORNTONIAN
subscription drive through the courtesy of Moe and
Company . . . Miss Stauffer and the juniors present
one of the best mystery plays ever given at T. F.,
"Drum of Death" . . . Boys' Club sponsors a Valen-
tine's Day Roller Skating Party to raise money for
their annual dance . . . the THORNTONIAN joins
the first few school papers in the Calumet region to
adopt the most modern style of make-up . . . A modern
school! . . . Johnny Kay's smiles and music add to
the gaiety of the 45 couples at the Boy's Club Dance
. . . The cleverest dance programs in years and
the election of Kay McCloskey as Miss T. F. mark the
News Hawks Hop . . . Mr. McPhail presents a con-
vincing mellerdrammer in "He Ain't Done Right By
Nell," the Chronoscope play . . . The annual Bow
Day is climaxed by a gay social in the band room at
the close of the day .... Mrs. Long, formerly known
as a T. F. teacher under the name of Miss Rice, is the
guest speaker at the Girls' Club Mother-Daughter party.
The new president is installed by candlelight . . . 176
graduates throw aside T. F. protection and enter the
cold, cruel world on the evening of June 9 . . . The
close of the school year ends this broadcast. This is
Boake Carter, signing off until 1959.
ASSEMBLIES 19 3 7-3 8
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liircs .iml LlL'INUllSlI'.1lCN.
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Nui. I3 lllidgc l'II1I1Cl'.lI1 .iw.iixls gold loizih.
lm' PM Xl' R fuotlmll playcrs.
llcc. IX liiiul .iml Girls' Qilgu iQlL1lm gin' pmzixiiii
to .ulvc1'tis.' ilii- C1hi'istm.is CIUIICCYI.
llcc. 3' Nlfss I lcigl pix-scrts HcTlll'lNII11.lN .il fi.lsk'I'is
.mil "Klum lilcsscil "
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'cl1. -I "Nl.in mi ilii- Struct" prngixim in lmusi
'Sli I5 ll-IVIICI' St.ipcl'l gixcs typing tlk'Il10IlNlI'.lllllI1,
ch. I3 Mr. NlllI'lIlgSl.lI' shows slillcs of l'.lI11l7LlN
pcoplc .md ii-lls .Il5OLll his iiilciwicws with
ch. I-I Ix.Is.Is. pep .issciiihliy lift,
l.1i'. I7 Nlmiogixiiiis .irc .iw.ii1icil lo .iihlclcs in .ill xi I
spurls. , "H
l.ii'. 23 llr. l'.ilmci' shows his siII,IJlIU uollcciinii -f
,.ll'. 25 lmh.iii.i Uiiivcrsilv liaml Hives cuiiccrl.
.ii'. lb l,l'CSILlUIll tmml ul lmhini ciCl1lI'1l Cul-
lcgu spu.ilss on six l'C.lSOIlS Ioi' going to
pr. I "BQ iirmlilurit of 1958" to launch C'hi'mi-
usuupu siilwscriplimi ilrivc.
pr. II Huis' Clluh limniixl minslrcl slum' .mil thc
.uxxirdiiig of pins to Xlczslci'siiigci's .iml
.ixxxiixls I0 L'llCk'I' lc.ulci's.
.ii III Iiiilvlcms .ixxxirilcil to liiml .iml O1'clirsli'.i.
.iy 26 fXm.ilcui' Ilour.
BUYS' C I l'lS XIIYKI Rl I
lirnul Kult: l".yerelt XXX-riiickc, Claude l'atterson, lflainc llowmiller, Dorothy Ueakun, Robert W'ard.
Xiwrulil Rolf: Ciraee larson, Naomi lfrevert, lfllsworlh Sherrow, Nadine llagley, Alfred llorgman,
'l'liHil Kun: llorolhy 'I'yinlioxx, Alice liealiun, Mary liorinig, Ilenry Lirycli, .loe Treinpclynski, Rulwri
liilrk Knut Ralph Voss, lfdward lioeiielda, Carl lfverl, llred Cireen, Roman Krygier, joseph KulCl.yli,
Norma Trinowski, Katlierine Sarros, Sophie Clerniak, Lorraine Zajakowski.
The Fractional Concert Band
Witli spring in the air, comes music in the air, so tonight, ladies and gentlemen,
seated before the studio microphone is that magnificent T. li. Concert Band ready
to present their annual spring concert. During the past year the T. F. band has
been organized with the following as otlicersz Student manager, Arthur Larson,
Student directors, Reed Burlington, Aloe Terre, Bill Dagley, Ellsworth Sherrow, and
Don Xllfilliamsg Librarians, Adeline Bolek and Dorothy Tymkowg Publicity agent,
Naomi lircvertg Property manager, Claude Pattersong Recorder, Charles Gilletteg Sec-
retary, Lorraine Anneng Cheer-leader, Leonard Ault.
The public appearances which the band has made were at the home football
and basketball games, carnival, Christmas and spring concerts, and the school
Band uniforms have been the goal of the band this past year. Various methods
were used to obtain the money, such as a school magazine drive, a benefit basleetball
game with T. lf., faculty playing lincoln Men's Chorus, Alumni basketball game, and
the spring concert.
l'l'1lllf Ron: Donald Stein, Lorraine Annen. lfthel Snyder, l.illian leninga, ,lime hlaeger.
Srrmlil Ruir: XXRIYIIL' Ueaxoll, ,Ioe Amoileo, Bill liagley, liud llioiiipson, Reed liullineton.
lfvnil Rim: Irving Annen, leonaiil Ault, lwdine llowiniller, iharlex liilleue, joe lerre, liigene Ull
rich, Leonard liergusoii, Norman Sflllllll,
liilifc Run: Ray llarder, Vfalter -Iavalx. lloyd Schultz, lileen 'l'riiioxxslyi, ,lack Khipps, N111 ihrislian
Adeline liolek, lfugene llorvnig, Arthur Larson, Don Vfilliainx.
Noi in lvii'lui'i': llernian lioselke. Catherine Roltier, Harry lilackhnrn.
Harold Christian Conducting
The privilege of wearing these uniforms has heen a stimulus for the hand to
hecome an excellent marching hand under the direction of sergeants lfyerett XY'erniclie.
lillsworth Sherrow, Bud Thompson, Reed Butlington, Leonard Ault. lion XY'illiarns,
Wlalter jalak, and Robert johnson. The others in the band are: Catherine Rottier,
XVayne Ugasotl, Lucille Yureli, Alfred Borgman, Arthur Larson, liugene Boring, Ade-
line liolek, ,lack Chipps, lildine Howmiller, Irving Annen, joseph KLllClyli, Roman
Krygier, lired Green, Lloyd Schultz, Ray Harder, Herman liosellxe, llilleen Trinf
owski, Norma Trinowski, Sophia Cerniak, Lorraine Zajakowski, Katherine Sarros.
lflaine llowmiller, Dorothy llealiun, Robert VC'ard, Cirace Larson, Naomi lfre-
yert, Nadine llagley, Dorothy Tymkow, Alice Uealiun, Mary Boring, llenry iirych.
.loe Trempcvynski, Ralph Voss, lfdward Koefelda, Carl lfyert, Donald Stein, lorraine
Annen, lfthel Snyder, Lillian Teninga, .Inne llaeger, 'lou Anioileii, Hill llalgileyy fliai-Ii-S
Ciillelle, -Ioe Terre, liugene Ollrich, Leonartl lerguson, Norman Sflllllll, and llarry
lilaclxburn. Listen now while they swing into Sousa's "lil Clapitanf'
The Thornton Fractional Symphonic Orchestra
This afternizon we take you to the special music room in the studios ol' Station
T. F. T. ll. S., where the music of Harold Christian and his 52-piece symphonic
orchestra await you. You of the radio audience will recall the orchestra for its part
in the recent commencement exercises and, particularly, in the class plays presented
in these studios. Th musical background for this studio's technicolor "Fashions of
1958" was also furnished by Mr. Christian and his orchestra.
For these accomplishments, 18 of the members of the group have recently been
awarded letters to signify their honor rating in music. The other 14 have not yet
fulfilled the strict requirements for awards.
They're ready to startg the baton is liftedg here is the orchestra, ladies and gentle-
men! The first violins are: Henry Grych, Mary Ann Hasialt, Willitliii Klemm, Fldine
llowmiller. The second violins are: Donald Frey, Hazel Hishon, Mabel Oberla, Vivian
Renielter, Benny Uhan, Mary Gaither plays the viola. Orletta Gindl and Cono La Loggia
play the cellos. The little girl with the big string bass is Marjorie Baxter. -Iune Alaeger
is the flutist and Fthel Snyder, the oboist. The elarinets are represented by Fverett
W'ernicke and Dorothy Dealtun. Robert Ward plays that big instrument called the
hassoon. Ralph Voss, Claude Patterson, and Robert Johnson are the ardent saxophone
players. The trumpet section is represented by Bill Dagley and Leonard Ferguson.
Sliding the trombone is Donald XY1llli.ll11S. Playing the liorns are Wfayne Ugasoil,
Alfred llorgman, Lucille Yurelt. Busy at the drums are Wgilter -Iazak and Ray Harder.
The bell ringer is liileen Trinowski. Pianists are lileancr Hagerman and Genevieve
Pryor, while lrvin Zentz is the accomplished accordion artist.
11:30-The Hour of Charm '
lzach day at 1l:30, Station Ii. li. T. ll. S. hrings you the llour of C,harni-the
yoices of Xl girls under the direction of Miss llelen tSpitalnyl Bravzill and the
accompanist, Miss Katherine lirazzill.
The llour of Charm girls are remembered for their splendid choral worlt in the
Clarniyal and their part in this studio's Christmas Concert. Their Decemher guest star
appearance in the studios of Minas Brothers added to their listeners' realization of the
tonal beauty of the Hour of Charm girls.
Miss Brazlill is signalling for silence-the piano begins-here are the girls! Muriel
Anderson, Marian Barlsdull, Marjorie Baxter, Dorothy Bonlxowslsi, Carol Cusick, lliniily
Dutcyalx, Kae lfllens, Margaret lieigenhaum, l.orraine lfranls, Norma iiattoli, Mary
louise Getty, Orletta Gindl, Rosemary Gremillion, Agnes llaclser, Dora llarthun,
Mary Ann Hasials, louise Hayes, Mary Hiland, May Hoertz, lfileen Horst, Cjeneyieye
klahlonski, Bernace jacques, Ruth -Iaeger, Adeline -Iarczyls, Alyee -Iohnston, Mary
hlohnston, Alanes klones, Dorothy Keesen, l,orraine Keller, Virginia Klemni, l.illian Kniatl,
Arlene Knott, Dena Koenes, loretta Kohler, Alulia Krulsowslsi, Betty Kuhlman, Bertha
l,ange, hlean laiuerman, lflivaheth l.ewandowslxi, Virginia Iiewandowslsi, Lillian l.inlsie4
xyicv, Victoria Madrlyls, Ann Maniscalco, Kay Meflloslsey, l,eona Mcfilusltey, Patricia
McKenna, Betty .lane Mclaiuglilin, Corinne Mickey, Beverly Millies, Gloria Mundo,
Dorothy Nelson, Priscilla Olsen, Rose Piceirilli, Marjorie Preble, Bernice Privner, Ada
Reich, Katherine Sarros, Mildred Schultz, .losephine Schuster, Margaret Schwarv, Shirley
Seidler, Betty Sihley, Ruth Sihley, l.ois Siegrist, Geraldine Simons, Audrey Smith, -lean
Smith, Virginia Smith, Alice Sonnenherg, l,eona Sosclylt, -Iennie Sosnoski, Meleda
Sosnoski, lililaheth Stevenson. Adeline Stolslosa, liyelyn Sunieraclsi, lfsther Turner.
Margaret Urhanslti, lfstelle Van Til, llelen Yates, l,orraine Zajalsowski, Mai'y Zaworski.
The Fractional Meistersingers
I11 1111- swcct l11LIYlC tl1'1l't1n3g out twcl' thc 01111-1' wc 1'cco3g1117u thu vuiccs ol 1111-
NlClSlCl'SlIlgCI'S. Tltcsc I11.lSClllll1L' voicun hlcmlctl in l1.lI'I11Ul1y .ll'C unc of thc most pop11l.11'
lACLllLIl'US of CI1fCI'l.llIllNCllI 111 thu suhtxol. They have f.1liCIl p.ll'l in Y.lI'lOLlS Cl1ICl'l.llI1INL'l1lN
lllfllllllllg the C.l11'istm41s ciUllCL'l'I, the W'u1111111's Club p1'og1'.1m, .mtl scvcnxtl .lY5Cl1llJllL'H.
Thu c.1ll ll1L'l11NClYCS Mcistc1Asi11gc1'w and their .ultlicttccs cxtthtlsinsticgtlly .1ucl.1in1
thcm truly topx 111 thci1' hcltl, "11111stc1' SlI1gCl'S.',
just .ts .Ill .trmy uwcs its c1lcc1ix'c11csa to its COl11IILlI1LlL'I', so the boys 1'c.1l17c ll1.ll
thcit' l1.11'111o11y .mtl lllUHlC-l11.1lxll1g .lhiliticx h.1x'c hccn hrought to thc l-orc hy thcir
tl11'ct'to1', M11 f.l1l'lSIl.1l1.
lrllk' k'llll3 l1.ls Lll1tlk'I'gUIlL' .1 Cl1.lI15gt' ln Ul'gtllll7.lll4ll1 ill ll1C P.l5I l'C.ll' lWlll XY.lll'ilL'l
Mr. f.l1l'lSIl.lI1 tcll you.
"XY'c'x'c g1vc11 thc cluh .1 tl1111'o11gl1 l11111scclc.t11111g. Thu boys hnvc clcctctl ull1cc1's:
lm' Siwinslti, pl'CSlklCl1IQ R11 lltscltltu. vicc-p1'cs1tlc11tg IDOII XlY'llllLlI11S, Il'U.lSlll'Cl'. ln pit'
vious yC.lI'5 thc cluh w.1x IHCIACIY c.1llctl tht- Boys' Glen' Club. lt h.ttl no olhccrw, Now, 111
.ttltlition tu the ncw 11.1111c .mtl tht- clcttitm uf t1ll1cc1's, wc l1.1XL' ll1ll'UtlllL'CL'l .1 sy xtum
whcrchy buys tlcsc1'x'111g of the l1o11u1' .tru .1w.11'clctl 111115,
'I1l1.1l1li you, M11 CQh1'1st1.111. Now, wc l'Cgl'Cl-Lilly lctlvu thu singcrs, Wh hc.11' tlml
vnicus fntling out 111 the tllSl.II1CC. .tml .ls tht-y hlc pnwt us wt rccugnifcz 6.0110 l..1 lnggm.
Rohcrt BI'lIlliIN.lIl, Rohcrt lhmist, -I.1ult Clhippu, Curl XV.1t7,ul. JQIIIICN Clitta, Nlr, fTl1l'liIl.lll,
Ray Iltxcltltc. XV.1l1c1' llartgc, lltlwin xl.ll'Cl1, litfhmt f1I'CCl1, .loc Siwiuslti, Utmnmltl lk-lr
SL'ClxL'l', lin' ll.11'tlu1', c:l!.lI'lCS llcllcrstnrm. ll.lLll R.1cl7icjt'slt1, l,con.11'tl Ault, fXtl.1111 XYA11-
tl1'41wslt1, li1cl1.l1'tl Rush, Huh c.l'.ll1L', Xwl.1yI1C l5ucltm.111, Rohcrt llotlmgtn, XV11111if1't'tl
xY,.lI'IlC, lbtllhlltl XY'llll.1ITlS, l'.llXV.ll'Ll Stoltcs, l'I'.1llli SL'l'.llll1l, l'vl'.1l1li lJCl.ll1Uy, XY'.1y11c Ault,
llmmltl Stcin, l'v.LlXV.lI'Ll Nl.lNUI1, liillx' lxul1lu1', l5.1I'l5.llA.l 'XY1'1gl1t, lilC.ll1UI' ll.1gc1'111.111.
McPhail's junior Stars
H-lolly -Ioen Nlel'hail presents his llunior Stars!
During the lirst period of every Monday. Wvednes-
day, and l'riday. the orchestral Stars of Tomorrow.
the memlwers of Nlr. Nlel'hail's Cadet Orch:--tra, worls
toward the goal which all good -Iunior Orchestra Stars
erave-entranee into the major orchestra. Thea' worls
with an enthusiasm that threatens .tn increase of six-
teen in the major orchestra, leaving a memheiless Cadet
Urehestra hehind it.
Their rehearsals are held on the stage of the main
gym with the eurtains pulled tightly shut. There's
nothing to distract the attention of the junior musi-
cians, and this, eomhined with Mr. Nlel,l1ail's lsnow-
ledge of muse and the natural entltusiasm of the
group. has won it the reptltation of a musieal group
that's really going plaees.
The memhers of the orchestra are: Corners-
Roinan ll07Clx, lseith llowmiller, Charles qlohnson, Dor-
aine l'eterseng Violins-lfleanor lfllens, lithel lleiten.
Bennie Uhanq Clarinets-llarold l.Ul'Clll,, lrma XYinter-
ll0lli,i'xI'l10lLl Zimmer: llorn-Cierald lirevertg Viola-
Xlart Ciaitherg 'l'romlvone--liohert llanseng :Xeeordion
--lrtin fentfg lliano-+l3.irlwar.t XX'rightg Cello-fono
la l oggia.
l'he Ladet liand holds its rehearsals on 'liuesdays
and Thursdats and utililes the same "stamping ground"
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as does the orehestra. l,ilse their hrother -lttnior Stars,
the memhers of the Cadet liand have as their goal
entrance into the Loneert Band, and sis ol the junior
hand memhers, while continuing worls with Mr. Me-
llhail s group, are also memlwers ol the senior hand.
The hand was initiated into the service of playing
for sehool assemblies on Nlareh lf at the monogram
awarding assemhlv. when the Cloneert liand tempo-
rarilt' turned over to its younger lwrothers the tatslt of
providing music for the student hody. The compli-
ments it received proved its eapahility.
The Cadet Band is heing educated in marching
also. Ihe menihers participate in the regular drills ol
the Concert Band to insure the lilling of places of
ahsentee memhers ot' the regular hand.
The menihers of the hand are: Qlornets-Alamex
liorowslsi, Roman lgU!L'ls, lseith llowmiller, Charles
lohnson, lloraine Petersen. ioe lierreg Kllarinets-Marv
lioring, Aliee llealsun, llarold lUl'L'I1l, l'atrieia Leonard,
l.e liot lletersen lion liagoxen. lloroths' 'l4ymlsow, lrma
XY'interlioll', ,Xrnold Zimmer: llorns-herald l"revert,
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-as--Lloe Reed: iliulwa--l red fireen: lil'UIlIlNlIlt"""R17l1k'l'l
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Donald Williams on Football
llello, sport fans of the Calumet region, this is your sports eonnnentator llon
XY'illi.ll11S speaking to you from station M-li-T-li-O-R!!
Une of' the first items of special interest to every follower of l'il'.lk'LiUI1.1l sports is
, the reeord of Coaeh Wilbur Petree's fighting football eleven! XY e're speaking to you
now from out on the gridiron and the boys have just elimaxed thefr league play and
a swell season with .1 brilliant 39-7 vietory over Bloom for the South Suburban l.C.l3,fLI'J
- - - .lust one minute now and we'll have Coaeh Petree over to the niilte and he
ean tell you just how proud he feels to secure the third ehampionship in as many
vears - - -
"CQli.unp" Pawlowslti capped his excellent season's perfiornianee with five touehd
downs in this game, running rough shotl over the enemy line behind tht- fine hloeltingg
of his fellow teammates to show the fans what type of' ball the Nleteors play on the
- - - There seems to be a slight delay at present, Coach Petree is of course elated
over winning and is pretty busy down in the locker room. Suppose we hurry down and
see what he has to say.
- - - Here he is, and if we can break him away from that pile of jerseys and get
him to come over here - - - Coach!
- - - And now lid like to present Coach Petree.
"XVcll, l'd like to 'state that winning the South Suburban League championship
was one of the greatest surprises of my life and l attribute it to the fine squad morale
of the boys. It was a team made of a fine spirit, one for all and all for one."
Since we've gotten a peek into the locker room after the important T. Ii.-
Bloom clash, let's hike to the records and see just what the Meteors have done this
The first practice was held on September 1. This left the Purple and Gold only
two weeks of practice in order to get into shape for the season. First opponent on the
liar was a big George Rogers Clark team who stamped over the less-conditioned
Meteors with a 12-0 win. "Champ" Pawlowski had been out for practice only three
days and George Laczny was unable to play, so the T. F. gridders were visibly handi-
capped in losing their initial game. The previous year the Petreemen had fallen 19-6
to the same school, and it turned out revenge was not to be had, at least for that year.
The next week, girded for battle, the liractional footballers journeyed to Elm-
hurst, Illfnois. Here they soundly defeated York Township High 34-6. This was the
first time the Meteors had played a West Suburban League team and they certainly
made a name for themselves in winning.
Reserves saw much action in the game and put up a very fine showing. Next
year the Purple and Gold will play host to York's eleven.
Again playing an outside team, and one whom they were also facing for the
first time, the Meteo1's scored their second victory of the season, over Evanston High.
The game, ending 13-7 was one of the toughest played by the Meteors during the
And now we come to the first league encounter of the season for the Purple and
Gold, the tilt with Kankakee. The T. P. pig-skinners almost counted a tally in the
first quarter, but the K. K. K. squad were able to halt a Meteor advance at the 6 yard
line with a determined stand.
Kankakee took advantage of a 15 yard pass by Clawson, to put the ball in scoring
position, where their colored flash, Milton took it over, to score first in the game,
which, however, only served to arouse the figzting Purple and Gold.
In the second half, "Champ', Pawlowski twisted his way up to his own 36 yard
line, where speedy George Laczny then broke loose for 25 yards. "Champ," taking the
pigskin agan, wove his way through the would-be tacklcrs and crossed the goal line
to score. Big Captain Fred Dahlkamp tied the count with an accurate kick and in the
last quarter "Champ" again took the oval over for Fractional's winning margin.
Coach Petree intended to take it easy in the game with Blue Island and save his
men for the following game with Harvey. The Islanders put up such a spirited running
and passing attack that it was necessary to change plans, and allow his boys to turn on
the heat in the second half to overcome their second league foe.
The high-scoring back of the Meteors, "Champ" Pawlowski started the second
half off right with a 76 yard touchdown dash on the first play.
Making the third victory in a row over their biggest rivals, Thornton of Harvey,
the Fractional capitalized on touchdowns by Laczny and "Champ" to defeat them 14-6.
The Meteor line, led by Capt. Dahlkamp, played an important part in the victory,
stopping the Harvey backs before they could reel off any good-sized gains, and
provided excellent blocking for line bucks by Van Laningham and Chapelle and runs
of the rest of the backfield.
The next game, with Bloom, was the final stepping stone to thc South Suburban
League Championship. "Champ" scored five of Fractional's six touchdowns, making
his Hrst on the second play of the Meteors, running 64 yards to score.
George Hecht scored Bloom's lone touchdown in the first quarter climaxing a
65 yard powerhouse march with himself as the "Big gun" of the Chicago Heights
The Meteors had a good time working some fancy plays, the old razzle-dazzle
combination working successfully for 55 yards on one play.
Catholic Central then fell under the Purple and Gold, 7-0 in a rough game played
on the Hammond High field. Fractional backs could gain little headway against the
spirited stand of their opponents. T. F.'s score was made on their first play, when
I.aczny went across after "Champ,' had downed a bad Central punt on their own 5
In the last game Roosevelt pulled a surprise and came out with a 7-6 victory over
the Meteors. The Fractional pigskinners couldn't seem to get the extra score, and
several penalties were called on the Meteors which greatly determined the outcome.
When football season rolls around again next year, nine lettermen will be missing
from the lineup.
Captain Fred Dahlkamp, who served as signal caller and place-kicker will be one
of the toughest to replace. Fred, as a result of his excellent playing was accorded a
place on the Illinois All-State team, was co-captain of the All-South Suburban team,
and belonged to the All-Chicago area and Calumet Region All Stars teams.
"Champ" Pawlowski, versatile high scorer of the Meteors led their offensive attack
and ably helped Fred in leading the team. "Champ" belonged to the All-South Subur-
ban team, All-Chicago area, and the Calumet Region All-Star. He will be sorely missed
in the backfield next year.
Graduating from the Meteor foward wall are Eugene Petersen, a guard and twiee
a member of the All-South Suburban team. Carmen Madalon, a member in his senior
year, Robert Lange who played a steady game at center, james Rider capable mate of
Dahlkamp at the tackle postion, and Billy Kohler, light but a hard hitting fullback.
Three regular members of the baeklield will return for the '38 season, George
Laezny, Peter Chapelle, and Bob Van Laningham. Returning lettermen from the back-
field are Melvin Tuttle, Ray Paschke, and Carl W'ulfing.
These stalwarts will be fronted by a hard hitting wall of Captain-elect joe
Pawlowski, johnny Van DerAa, Ray Meleher, Eugene Coyle, Edward Stokes, and
lflmer Szezepinski, the last three of whom were sophomores during the 1937 season.
This winds up our summary of the football season, and we'll now skip directly
over to the basketball records of the '37-'38 hardwood years.
I ltill l'WlflCiI IT lfOG'l'l"Xll
lujv Ron: l'rank Pawlak. Sidney Iby. Chester liullington. Lharles XllL'llCli, XX'illiam Zaeiu, Paul
R adliejexki, XY'ilbur Coles.
Nrrmril Ron: .Ioe Reed. Richard Derniody, Robert Sausanian. l'r.ink Keller, Leonard Nowakowski, Mike
Zarowny, llarry ililimnpson. lttlgar Cusick, liarl Mueller.
IQIYIIHI Ron: ,lark Moyer, Robert George, Walter Lintlner, I.eo Carroll, Dick Cnrtixx. l,ll'sworili Slierrou
Xvilliam llell, lfdward Zyla, Ci-saeli Young.
ulrilfi Ron: Donald Roehn. lfdward hlablonski, llenry Vt-nylo. Robert liauthier. llenry llobatk. lluhert
Zelsky, llernard Nondorf. ,Ianies iioflnian.
Niulfinf: Andrew Nlolnar, -lack Stacliouief, ."hlIired lloertl.
VAR SlTY BASKl'lTBAl.l..
Iiurfc Row: llugene Coyle, Carl XVuliing, Roman jercha, Darrell Arney, Tony Pactwa, Mgr. Pierce Let,
liugene Schultz, George Lacvny, Mgr. Aloe Amodeo, Edward Sumeracki, Peter Chapella. Ray
Melcher, lid Detlorl, Peter Kohler, james Overmeyer.
Klwrlillgz Coach Young, Capt. "Champ" Pawlowski.
Donald Williams on Basketball
The Meteor basketball schedule was a pretty tough one, possibly harder than that
of the previous season. Some of the teams played by Thornton Fractional included
Wfaukegan, a strong northern Illinois squad, last year's state champs, Joliet, and George
Rogers Clark, Hammond Tech, Catholic Central, and Roosevelt from across the
The season began orlicially for T. F. on December 1, 1937 with the Meteors under
the guidance of a new coach, Mr. Aitken Young, who replaced the former heavyweight
coach, Mr. Antonides.
The Purple and Gold Hnished an average season with 11 won and 10 lost for a
percentage of 525. The previous year the Meteors had finished in the same manner,
winning half their games and averaging 25 points per game, the same as last season.
Of course the most important games of the season were the two with Thornton
of Harvey. The Meteors defeated them 38-29 in a thrilling, hard-fought clash, after
Harvey had earlier counted ll 54-27 victory over the T. F. basketeers.
Other league victories were as follows: two over University High, and one each
over Bloom and Blue Island. Bloom had earlier slipped a 25-24 win over at the Young-
men's expense while Kankakee defeated the Meteors twice. Kankakee placed Hrst in the
South Suburban League, Harvey second, and Thornton Fractional third.
Comp,aratively few distance shots were made by the Meteors during the season,
Coach Young relying on fast ball handling to get the ball under the basket before
trying for a score.
After the close of the regular hardwood season on February 25, the Meteors
entered the regional tournament at Chicago Heights on March 1. They advanced to
the semi-Finals by a 33-18 victory over a weak Crete five. A fighting Lockport five
then drowned T. F.'s hopes of continuing further by defeating them 41-38, ending
the season for the Youngmen.
Nine boys received major letters for basketball, including Capt. Walter Pawlowski,
Fred Dahlkamp, Ed. Detloff, George Laczny, Carl Wulhng, Peter Chapelle, Ed.
Sumeracki, Ray Melcher, and Eugene Coyle.
"Champ" was the spark plug of the squad, an excellent floor worker and the long
shot artist of the Meteors. Although short, he could outjump some of the tall boys on
opposing teams, besides running the legs off the rest of the players on the floor.
Fred Dahlkamp, 6 ft. ZW inch center, was the rebound man for the Purple and
Gold. He showed himself to be pretty good on the scoring end of things towards the
latter part of the season, and was a proficient ball handler.
Ed Detloff, who played at guard, was new to the heavyweight squad this year,
having played for Coach Kiester on the lightweights the season before. Ed was a
steady player, cool at most times, and an accurate shot.
That takes care of the threebgraduating lettermen, and now we'll take a look at
the boys Coach Young is expecting to star for his next hardwood season, all of whom
are juniors except one.
Peter Chapelle was the only member of the team who could shoot equally well
with either hand, a good defensive player as well as point getter.
Carl Wulhng, a junior who started the season as a reserve, improved strongly and
was outstanding mostly at the middle of the season, being high point man in several
George Laczny was a very fast player, and extra good on shots that seemed almost
impossible. He played opposite "Champ" at forward.
Ed Sumeracki, although hampered by a cage guarding his glasses, was a good shot
and a Hne defense man, possibly one of the best on the team.
Ray Melcher, another 6 ft. ZVQ inch boy, replaced Dahlkamp at center, was a
fair ball handler, and showed good prospects for next year.
Eugene Coyle was the only sophomore on the team, and played a fine caliber of
ball, being a very capable reserve.
Much credit goes to those boys who didn't receive letters, for their cooperation
in practice and when they saw action in the games. These include: Eugene Schultz,
Russell Overmeyer, David Arney, Darrell Arney, Norman McCullough, Peter Kohler,
and Tony Pactwa.
CHEER LEADERS - K JK..
Burk: Goff, Kicster, Bertram, Partyka.
lfrrml: Mickey, Siwinski, Mundo. XJ
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KVll'i'lI7I.QC Don Archer, ,Iohn lluck, lugene Ollrich, john Sabadoh. Capt. iloe Nlylnek. l'ele l,.lNliL'Wltjl
Andrew Petriska, George Rushin.
Slamlirlg: Mgr. lverett Vfernicke, Leader llialdorf, Charles Doe, lllllatfl Zeicsky, Dick llermody, llarry
Blackburn, llerbert Petersen, Roman Rrygier, Tony lfurman, Robert lirinknian, foacli Riester.
lfinishing the season second in the South Suburban League is going quite strong
and this is exactly what the Thornton Fractional lightweights did under Coach
Captain -Ioe Mlynek proved to be one of the fastest men the lightweight team
has seen and was noted for his ability as a floor worker.
Pete Paskiewicz, from Burnham, also proved a valuable man to Coach Kiester,
who used him as an all-around substitute. Pete played any position and played it well.
Don Areher .md Eugene Ollrieh, who ended the season with almost an equal
number of points, were both valuable players. Archer was responsible for fine defensive
work, while Ollrieh starred on one-arm push shots.
George Rushin led the team with a total of 124 points, although he missed two
games. His height gave him an opportunity to secure many rebounds.
Alohn Sabados may be classed as the toughest player on the squad, he fought for
the ball and really took it off the backboards.
Bud Huck will prove a valuable man to the Kiesterites next year, as an excellent
Diek Dermody showed his mettle when he sank 4 baskets plus 2 free tosses in the
Kankakee game, after he had entered in the last quarter.
Cloach l'etree's freshmen squad finished their season with a record of 4 wins and
R losses. The purpose of this team is to prepare frosh prospects for the lightweight and
lieavvweiglit cage teams.
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Nlike llires, Robert George, .live llill
Buff: Ron: Mgr. lfdward Musclielewicl
Coach Vfilhur llelree, Mgr. Art Macit
l,eo Clarrol, lfdward ulahlonski, Andy
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Slrrllilirlg: Charles Derkacs, Charles Micheli, joe Lenkey, Iiugene Rhoda, Henry Dvojack, Leonard Schab,
Vernon Frey, Mgr. Robert Knoerzer, Zigge Rucinski, Fdwin March, Walter jazak, Bernard
Nondorf, Robert Schneider, Carmen Madalon, Fred Hacker.
Burk Ruff: Capt. Chester Rasmussen, john Van DerAa, Coach Stapley.
Donald Williams on Wrestling
The team of '37-37 was the first wrestling team
to receive major letters, the one the previous year being
formed too late in the season to warrant awards.
The Stapleymen rolled up an enviable record, 11
victories and 3 losses. Two of the Meteor defeats were
at the hands of George Rogers Clark, who went ahead
to win the state championship of Indiana.
Wrestling is one of the toughest sports offered, as
daily practice must be attended and care taken of phy-
sical condition, as once on the mat, the contestant is
on his own.
After ending their successful season, the Meteor
grapplers appeared for the first time at the Illinois state
in Champaign. For a Hrst year squad,
matmen received the plaudits of the
although they did not succeed in scor-
,Iohn Van DerAa, heavyweight, Walter
and Ziggie Rucinski took first places
A.A.U. tournament held later on.
ing any points.
Jazak, 165 lb.,
in the Chicago
I will now
description of the "rasslers."
proceed to give you a grunt by grunt
Captain Chester Rasmussen, a Lansing product,
wrestled in the 165 lb. class and was really a strong,
hard fighter. "Chet" graduates this year, and following
in his footsteps as captain comes another Lansingite,
"Muscles" Van DerAa. His beaming smile has disillu-
sioned many an opponent, who later found himself fllt
on his back.
Zigge Rucinski and Vernon Frey were the fly-
weights of the squad, bracketed in the 95 and 105 lb.
classes respectively. Ziggie was the killer of the team,
working methodically towards a pin, while Vern held
the position of high point man, and also had the dis-
tinction of being undefeated during the season.
XValter Jazak, 145 lb., zoomed all over the weight
classes, trying to find a man who could pin him, but
no one succeeded as Walter had a fine sense of balance
Carmen Madalon used his football ability to great
advantage on the mat and was a smart wrestler, com-
peting in the 135 lb. class.
Richard Rush, one of the outstanding members
of the squad, was unable to participate the latter part
of the season as he suffered an injury during the meet
Edwin March, Henry "Snakehips" Dvojack, and
"Snortin' Bull" Charles Derkacs were three lettermen
and a trio of hard workers and game fighters.
Leonard Schab, Joe Lenkey, and Robert Schneider
deserve special mention for their capable work for
lu xlariing poiiliou: WVLIIICI' W'aske-
lo, Peter Stasiak, Capt. Alban
Dyrke, Aloe Trempczynski.
Sliunlilrgz Mgr. Melvin Hensley,
Charles Gellerson, Iiugene Kilin-
xki, Art Trimbur, Robert Crane,
Chester Butiington, Albert Se-
bock, Coach Bruce Miller.
SWIM M l NC R IiSliR VISS
Silling: Ronald Schultl, Don Stein,
Ray Harder, Peter Keck, Leonard
Lukowski, Anthony Linkiewicl.
Slimiliug: Richard Curliss, liugene
Kowalski, Bill Dagley, Myroslav
Purko, Arnold Zimmer.
Donald Williams on Swimming
Let's turn our spotlight to the swimming team
under Coach Bruce Miller and take a visit to the pool.
- - - Oh, oh, clouds of steam are rolling out of
the door! Wfonder what's wrong - - -
- - - Phew, that's a relief, it's iust Coach Millers
proteges burning up the pool in practice! The Fractional
natators practiced diligently every night after school
and as a result made a fine showing the last season,
winning eight and losing five.
There was no league meet, as only two teams were
entered, T. F. and Harvey. University High dropped
swimming during the middle of the season.
Four school records were left in the smoke by the
Miller tankmen. Peter Stasiak broke the 40 yd. free
style record of 20 seconds with a 19.3 and took the
old 100 yd. record of '59 seconds down to 56.2. Walter
Waskeltw, transferred from backstroke to 220 after
the middle of the season, smashed the 220 yd. record
of 2:38.4 to 2:35. The relay team's record of 1225 was
whittled to l:24.3.
High point man for the season was Pete Stasiak
with 130 points. Pete swam 26 times and won 26 dur-
ing the season. At the state finals in Chicago on Feb.
25, he placed third, beaten out for second by a tenth
of a second.
Captain Albin Dyrkee, 220 yd. free styler, Walter
Waskelo, backstroke and 220 yds., and Joe Trempczin-
ski, Fractional's ace diver graduate this June and will
be lost to the team.
However, to gladden the heart of Coach Miller,
seven regulars will return and, supported by this year's
reserve squad, will carry on!
These include, Charles Gellersen, veteran back-
strokeg Pete Stasiak, free stylerg Arthur Trimbur, back-
stroke: Charles Sebock, freshman diver: Chester Buf-
hngton and Bob Crane, breast strokeg and Eugene Kil-
inski, free style.
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DATE OPPONENT PLACE T.F. OPP. DATE OPPONENT PLACE T.F. OPP.
Sept. 10 George Rogers Clark There 0 12 Oct. 2 George Rogers Clark There 12 0
Sept. 18 York Township High There 34 6 Oct. 6 Roosevelt There 6 12
Sept. 25 Evanston There 13 7 Oct. 9 Hammond Tech Here 24 0
Sept. 30 Kankakee Here 13 7 Oct. 12 Hammond High There 7 6
Oct. 9 Blue Island There 13 7 Oct. 21 Kankakee There 0 2
Oct. 15 Thornton QHarveyj There 14 7 Oct. 25 Blue Island There 0 0
Oct. 28 Bloom qChi. Hgts.j Here 39 7 Oct. 29 Bloom Here 6 0
Nov. 7 Catholic Central There 7 0 Nov. 4 Morgan Park There 0 6
Nov. 12 Roosevelt There 6 7 Nov. 9 George Rogers Clark There 0 12
League Record: 'Won 4, lost 2.
Season Record: Won 7, lost 2.
Season's Record: Won 4, lost 4. tied 1. Per. .500.
Total points: T. F. 139, Opp. 59.
Average per game: 15 M, Opp. 6M.
Lettermen: Captain Fred Dahlkamp, Walter
"Champ" Pawlowski, Eugene Petersen, James Rider,
Carmen Madalon, Robert Lange, Billy Kohler, William
Jones, john Sabados, Joe Pawlowski, George Laczny,
Bob Van Laningham, Melvin Tuttle, John VanDer Aa,
Ray Melcher, Peter Chapelle, Ray Paschke, Carl Wulf-
ing, Eugene Coyle, Edward Stokes, and Elmer Szep-
inski, Mgrs. Charles Griswold and Leonard Miotke.
Total Points: T. F. 55, Opp. 38.
Av'g. Points per Game: T.F. 5 1fl0, Opp. 3 2f10
Lettermen: Capt. Dick Dermody, jim Coffman,
Wilbur Coles, Edgar Cusick, Sidney Eby, Bud George,
Earl Mueller, Bernard Nondorf, Frank Pawlak, Joe
Reed, Ellsworth Sherrow, Zigmunt Skorupka, Bud
Thompson, Henry Venzo, Mike Zarney, Hubert Zel-
eski, Leonard Nowakowski, and Steve Marciniak, Mgrs.
awards to jack Stachowicz and Andrew Molnar.
DATE OPPONENT PLACE T.F. OPP.
Dec. 1 Fen get There 22 14
Dec. 3 George Rogers Clark Here 19 33
Dec. 4 Joliet Here 2 8 . 2 2
Dec. 10 Catholic Central There 39 3 2
Dec. 1 1 Hammond Tech There 21 41
Dec. 17 University High There 37 18
Dec. 18 Argo There 24 14
Dec. 29 Waukegan There 31 21
jan. 7 Thornton fHarveyj There 27 34
Jan. 8 Fenger Here 27 2 8
Jan. 11 T. F. Alumni Here 30 27
Jan. 14 Blue Island Here 2 9 21
Jan. 21 Bloom Here 24 2 5
Jan. 2 2 Kankakee There 17 24
Jan. 2 8 University High Here 47 15
jan. 29 George Rogers Clark There 23 35
Feb. 4 Thornton fHarveyj Here 3 8 29
Feb. 11 Blue Island There 2 1 27
Feb. 12 Roosevelt Here 27 29
Feb. 1 8 Bloom There 26 20
Feb. 2 5 Kankakee Here 2 0 3 1
Season's Record: Won 11, lost 10. Percentage .525.
Total Points: T. F. 577, Opp. 560.
Average per game: T. F., 272, Opp. 26M.
Lettermen: Captain "Champ" Pawlowski, Fred
Dahlkamp, Ed Detloff, George Laczny, Carl Wulfmg,
Peter Chapelle, Ed Sumeracki, Ray Melcher, and Eu-
gene Coyle, Mgr. Joe Amodeo.
DATE OPPONENT PLACE T.F. OPP.
Dec 1 Fen get There 24 37
Dec 3 Clark Here 18 9
Dec 4 Joliet Here 2 1 2 8
Dec. 10 Catholic Central There 32 23
Dec 1 1 Hammond Tech There 17 2 2
Dec. 16 University High There 3 1 8
Dec. 18 Argo There 15 13
Dec. 29 Waukegan There 28 30
jan. 7 Harvey There 29 36
Jan. 8 Fenger Here 22 20
jan. 14 Blue Island Here 19 18
jan. 21 Bloom Here 22 29
Jan. 22 Kankakee There 21 18
Jan. 2 8 University High Here 2 5 17
Jan. 29 Clark There 24 12
Feb. 4 Harvey Here 24 25
Feb. 1 1 Blue Island There 16 22
Feb. 12 Roosevelt Here 17 20
Feb. 1 8 Bloom There 26 18
Feb. 25 Kankakee Here 24 21
Season's record: Won 11, lost 9.
League record: Won 6, lost 4.
Total points: T. F. 455, Opp. 424
Average points per game: T. F. 23, Opp. 21.
Lettermen: Captain Joe Mlynek, John Sabados.
Eugene Ollrich, George Rushin, Don Archer, John
Huck, Pete Paskiewicz, Dick Dermody.
DATE OPPONENT Pl ACE T.F.
DATE OPPONENT PLACE T.F. OPP.
l e Dec. Hobart Here 30
DCC- Whiting Her e 51 15 Jan. Roosevelt Here 20
Dec. University High There 48M 26M Ian. ll Washington There 16
jan. Hammond High There 20 46 jan. 14 Clark There 13
Jan- Argo . High Here 60 15 Jan. 21 Parker High Here 38
Jen- Wesblngebn There 3 1 44 jan. 27 Roosevelt There 23
Jan. Harvey fThorntonj There 24M 4126 Feb' Blue Island Here 31
Ian- Hemmbnd High Here 27 39' Feb. Morgan Park M. A. There 39
Jan. Horace Mann There 3716 28 54 Feb. w'ashington Here 22 M
Feb- Wesbmgebn Here 41 25 Feb. 10 Morgan Park H. S. There 24 M
Feb- Argo Hlgb There 55 11 Feb. 17 Blue Island There 29
Feb. Horace Mann Here 42 24 Feb. 24 Clark There ll
Feb- Whiting Here 41 25 Feb. 28 Morgan Park H. S. Here 23
Feb. 17 Harvey fThorntonJ Here 29 M 38 L2 Mar. 2 Morgan Park M. A. There 3 8
Season Results: Won 8, lost 55 Percentage: .6l5.
Total Points: T. F. 517, Opp. 370.
Average points per meet: T. F. 40, Opp. 28 M.
Lettermen: Captain Albin Dyrkee, Walter Wase
kelo, joe Trempczynski, Pete Stasiak, Charles Geller-
sen, Arthur Trimbur, Charles Sebock, Bob Crane,
Eugene Kilinski, and Manager Melvin Hensley.
Season Record: Won ll, lost 3. Percentage .78 5.
Total Points: T. F. 358, Opp. 185.
Average per meet: ZSM, Opp. 13.
Lettermen: Captain "Chet" Rasmussen, Zigge
Rucinski, Vernon Frey, Edwin March, Henry Dvojack,
Leonard Schab, Richard Rush, Robert Schneider, Car-
men Madelon, Walter Jazak, Charles Derkacs, John
Van DerAa, Joe Lenkey and Manager Bob Knoerzer.
19 3 7 GOLF SEASON
Lincolnshire 3 M
Glen Eagles 10 M
Burnham 3 M
Cherry Hills 7
Wicker Pk 10
Wicker Pk 7
League Meet: First-Bloom, second-Thornton,
third-Blue Island, fourth-Thornton Fractional, fifth
-University High, sixth-Kankakee.
Season's Results: Won 8, lost 3, tied lg average:
Total Points: T. F. 143 M, Opp. 87M. Average
points per match: T. F. 11, Opp. 7.
1937 Gold Lettermen: Captain Bill Nowak, An-
thony Kolodziej, Joe Schab, Julius Magdziek, Bert
Bublis, and August Schab.
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G. A. C. BOARD
Srulrrl: Nellie Ross, Lorraine lirank, Carol Cusick, Alice Sonnenberg, Charlene Wright.
SLIIHIIIIQZ Mrs. Phelps, lleien llornak, lwther Turner, Mary Margaret Keller, Loretta
Kohler. Ada Reich. Miss Stauffer,
"Good evening, ladies and gentlemen-this is your
sports commentator bringing you the last few minutes
of play in the championship basketball game between
Fractional's junior and senior teams. The score is 7 to
3, with the seniors fighting hard to keep their lead, and
they're not doing bad! Hornak has the ball now and
attempts a long shot. It's good! and there goes the
score, 9-3. lt's been a terriffic game, folks . . . "
"Candy, popcorn, peanuts!"
"Go way! Go way! The crowd is going - l mean
the crowd IS wild. Smith receives the ball from Sonnen-
berg, passes to Millies who tries a shot and it's perfect,
making the score 9-5. with 45 second to play. The
juniors have splendid team work but the seniors seem
to be getting the breaks. The senior three-some, Pac-
twa, Hornak. and Wright, have possession of the ball
now and are doing some excellent passing. Sumeracki
rushes in and breaks the set up, passes down the floor
to De Lor, who aims and shoots. Too bad! Kmatz is
right there to take the ball off the back board-from
Kmatz to Hornak to Pactwa, who is right under the
basket. There's .1 shot, a hook shot which scores. There
goes the gun, ladies and gentlement, and the game is
over. 5 to ll--What a score!
"XVell, the seniors are "Champs" and l'm sure that
we can get a few words from the stars of the teams.
on Girls' Sports
Bear with me folks, while I struggle through this
maddening mob in an attempt to reach the locker
"Seuse mc, lady. Ouch! Sorry, l guess l can't make
it. Carol Cusick, G. A. C. President, will carry on.
Take it, Caroln . . .
"O. K. Kay! Here we are down in the locker room
where there is excitement plus. There's Gena jablonski.
Step over here, Gena, and say a few words about the
game to our audience."
"Well, Carol, the juniors may have walked off
with the Captain-basketball honors, but this title means
a lot to our team, and don't think we didn't work to
"Thanks a lot, Gen. Oh. Mrs. Phelps don't leave
yet. We want to hear from you. Mrs. Phelps has coach-
ed the basketball teams during the absence of Miss
jaacks, head coach, and has done some remarkable work.
NVhat did you think of the teams tonight?"
"NVell, both teams did some mightly line playing
and I think that this game was one of the best of the
season. Say, the board is in the conference room and
l've got to sit in on a discussion. Aren't you going to
"You bet I am, Mrs. Phelps. We are now entering
the east door of the conference room and nine brilliant,
Qwell smartj members are draped, yes, I said draped,
around the room. Move those size 9M's, gang, and
give me a seat. Instead of having our regular business
meeting today, let's have a brief review of a few high
lights of our season.
"Our first sport was volleyball. Loretta Kohler,
you're head of that so why not let us in on a few
"There's nothing secret about this fact, Carol-
The seniors defeated the juniors in the last game of the
few freshmen out at the be-
several of them surely could
course, there were some who
what's next. Mary Margaret
of captain basketball. What
tournament, winning the
"There were quite a
ginning of the year and
play volleyball fand, of
played at itlj. Let's see
Keller, you had charge
report can you make?"
"Ahem-It gives me great pleasure to say very
definitely and very loudly, that the juniors attained this
Lorraine Frank. Helen Hornak, Carol Cu-
sick, Jeanette jakubas, Edith Hunter,
Mary Kmatz, Genevieve Alablonski, Kay
McCloskey, Ruth Sibley, Charlene
Wright, Alyce llohnston.
CAPTAIN BASKliTBAI.L CHAMPIONS
Dorothy Sass, Mary Margaret Keller,
Mildred Schultz, Norma Trinowski,
Alice Sonnenberg, Dorothea Kurzeja,
Leona Soczyk, Margaret Yurek, Beverly
Millies, listher Turner, Iivelyn Sumner-
acki, Audrey Smith, Doris Genko, Lor-
raine Malak, Betty jane McLaughlin.
Helen Hornak, Toni Pactwa, Carol Cu-
sick, 'leanette jakubas, Iidith Hunter,
Mary Kmatz, Kay Metlloskey, Margaret
Yurek, Ruth Sibley, Genevieve tlablon-
ski, Charlene Wriglit.
title. One of the best assets of our team was height."
"Right! You can take your bow now and .sit
down, Keller. That's line! I-Iornak, how did you like
the way the basketball season closed?"
'Say, it was just perfect. Us seniors are kinda'
good, don't you think? for don't you?j."
"Well, Pm not saying a thing! It looks like we'll
have to skip the reports from Esther Turner, head of
swimming, and Ada Reich, head of baseball, as the
seasons records aren't quite complete. Do you mind,
"Listen to her! Do we mind? Why, nothing could
"That's what I thought. Now folks, I want to
mention four of our board members who do some
splendid work but never get a whole lot of recognition.
They are: vice president, Alice Sonnenbergg secretary,
Charlene Wrightg recording secretary, Lorraine Frank,
and treasurer, Nellie Ross. Another valuable coach is
Miss Stauller, who has charge of the swimming squads."
"Mrs. Phelps, there are just a few questions about
varsity teams that I would like to ask before we ad-
journ. How do you choose your varsity players? What
qualities must they have?"
"Well, first of all, a girl must have ability. I mean,
she must be able to play a good clean brand of ball.
She must be an enthusiastic sportswoman, willing to
fight for the honor of her team and then, the inevit-
able trait, good sportsmanship.
"That's a fine set of qualities. Let's call it a day.
my friends, and adjourn until later."
"We're out in the locker room again, folks. just
ignore the commotion. You see, it's like this. It the
east corner, the freshman group is having a friendly
Qfriendly, but certainly not quietj game of 'Peas
Knockerf To my right the sophomore mob is having
the ordinary soap fight, while a few are being 'ducked'
bodily under the showers, and over there, ladies and
gentlemen, the juniors are playing follow the leader
over the lockers. Oh, well, I guess it's all in a day's
work! I'm getting shoved around slightly, as the squads
make their regular dash for showers, so I'll send the
mike back to Kay."
"Great work, Carol. The crowd is gradually leav-
ing the bleachers and while we have a few minutes
left, I will give you a few facts regarding this athletic
organization known as G. A. C. This club, with ap-
proximately 70 members, is the only organization which
offers athletics to girls attending T. F. The girls parti-
cipate in five major sports yearly: volleyball, captain
basketball, basketball, swimming, and baseball.
"I have a telegram that just came in from New
York. Here it is. 'Congratulations, seniors, keep up the
good work. I sure do miss G. A. C.' Signed A. C.
Jaacks. Well, that makes the day perfect.
"Our time is up, ladies and gentlemen, and we
hope that you have enjoyed our brief broadcoast. This
is Kay McCloskey signing off .... "
"Candy, popcorn, Cracker jacki' .
"No! Definately, No.!!"
"Well how about some nuts?"
"Oh! .... Good night, Folks!"
Buff: Row: Helen Hornak, Charlene Wright, Kay McClos-
key, Mary Kmatz.
Front Row: Beverly Millies, Leona Soczyk, Alice Sonncn-
berg, Jean Smith, Mary Margaret Keller.
CAPTAIN BASKIZTIIALL VARSITY
Bark Row: Mary Margaret Keller, Helen Hornak, Chariene
Wright, Corinne Mickey, Kay McCloskey, Dorothy
Frou! Row: Beverly Millies, Leona Soczyk, Alice Sonncn-
Berg, Evelyn Sumeracki, Loretta Kohler, Jeanne O'Con-
B ASKETBALL VARSITY
Burk Row: jean Smith, Carol Cusick, Kay McCloskey,
Frou! Row: Leona Hornak, Charlene Wright.
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Nov. 10-Girls' Club Collegiate
Dance in band room.
Jan. 15-Lincoln School Men's
Chorus dance to raise money for
the band uniforms in gym.
Apr. 22-Boys' Club Dance in the
Apr. 29-The News Hawks Hop
in the gym.
May 27-The Junior-Senior Prom
AFTER SCHOOL SOCIALS
Sept. 17-First social of the school
Oct. 22-Last paid social of the
Nov. 2 3-Thanksgiving social.
Dec. 21--Balloons given to those
Jan. 13-New records used.
Feb. 17-A delegation of Ham-
mond High Students attended.
Mar. 1-The Vitaphone used.
Mar. 17-St. Patrick's Day-sham-
rocks given as favors.
Apr. 20-Students enjoyed a grand
May 3--Bow Day-Admission by
June 3-Seniors and their guests
only ones attending.
Mrs. and Mrs. Al Abrahamson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Larson
Mr. and Mrs Wm. J. Brandt and Mrs Peter Le Doux
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Dutczak and Mrs. Kiefer O. March
Mr. and Mrs Christ J. Frank and Mrs Forrest Mickey
Mr. and Mrs D. H. Hays and Mrs Spyros Sarros
Mr. and Mrs Alfred E. Hoertz and Mrs Frank Schuster
Mr. and Mrs Peter Horst and Mrs. Nello Serafini
Mr. and Mrs. Hybiak and Mrs S. J. Siwinski
Mr. and Mrs. 'Wm. S. Jones and Mrs. Lawrence Sibley
Mr. and Mrs John W. Jaranowski Mr and Mrs. Arthur Smith
Mr. and Mrs M. Krawczyk and Mrs. R. Turner
Alumni Compliments of
Melvin Biederstadt, '32
Harold Coyle, '36'
Janis Doe, '35
Leoda Doe, '35
Erwin Erfert, '28
Marfan Frank, '34
Alice Hansen, '26
Marvin Jones, '35
Margaret Klucker, '34
Clltford Kraus, '29
Harriet Kraus, '29
Herbert Kraus, '37
Vernon Kraus, '31
Paul Miller, '27
Phyllis Miller, '28
Robert Miller, '35
Helen Olszwski, '33
Jack Perkins, '37
Martha Poppe, '34
'Wilma Reich, '37
Norma Sass, '37
Clara Schomaker, '36
Madeline Schultz, '33
Reinhart Schultz, '27
Florence Siwinski, '30
Grace Teninga, '34
Irene Werbicki, '36
Art Zimmerman, '32
Mr. Wilber Canaga
Jack Diamond, Produce
Mr. William Erfert, Jr.
Harvey Brothers, 450 State St.
Ingraham Food Shop
Dr. H. D. Kesling, Ortlzodontist
Dr. Lem, Dentist
"M1'. N. G."
S. Ostrow, Central Pharmacy
Pearl's Beauty Shop,
445 State St., Hammond,
J. C. Penny Co., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Piotrowski
Mrs. Frank Smolinski.
Dr. A. Stockl
Andrew Van Der Aa, "The Mailman
John J. Wallace, Attorney
A. A. Ward
Mr. Ed. Berwanger
The moving picture machine
which was purchased with the
funds from last year's Carnival
was used throughout the school
year to present movies to the en-
tire student body. On the average,
one free movie was given each
The proceeds of the movies for
which admission was charged were
used to help in securing the films
for the free shows. The proceeds
of one movie went to the Girls'
Club. The Letterman's Club also
sponsored a paid movie.
The free movies which were
shown included the following:
Chronicles of America-a series
produced by Yale University in-
cluded: "The Puritans," "The Pil-
gtims," "The Virginia Settlement,"
"The Dutch Settlement" fNew
Yorkj, "The Ohio Valley Settle-
ment," and "The Early Experiences
of George Washington."
A series of geographical movies
included "Bolivia," "Brazil," "Yel-
lowstone National Park," "Glacier
National Park," "Volcanoes,'f
"Tibet," "By Way of Egypt,"
"The Sacred Cow," and "Southern
"My Lady's Escapade," "Ven-
detta," and "Doll's Fantasyi' were
The science movies were: "Des-
ert Dangersf' "The Moon," and
Comedies included "Felix in As-
tronomesia," "Use Your Head,"
and "Felix in Non-Stop Fright."
"Hot off the Press" was a bene-
Ht movie for a T. F. alumnus.
"The Healer" and "William
Tell" were the two movies shown
in the evening in the school gym.
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Thornton Fractional Township High School
MR. F. KAMINSKI
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Mr. Lambka is familiar with
Italian, French, Greek, Latin, Span-
ish, and German.
Mr. Leonard has passed the state
Miss Novatny and Mrs. Canaga
have toured Europe.
Mr. W. Lionel Miller worked on
a large ranch in Texas.
Mr. Blanke has written a musical
Mr. Allan has written a book on
Both Mr. Lockhart and Mr. Nel-
son saw service in the World War.
Miss Moe climbed to the top of
the W'ashington Monument.
Mr. Frey has exceeded six feet
in high jumping.
Mr. Young was born in Scot-
Mr. Christian is an expert tennis
Miss Kessinger has completed al-
most all training required for a
Miss Stauffer has earned a letter
Mrs. Phelps has coached a men's
Mr. Magdefrau was captain and
all-conference fullback at Iowa
Mr. Vendley was forward on the
all-city basketball team of Los
Miss McKeehan has taken Ger-
man, French, Latin, and Greek.
Mr. Smith was married by a pio-
Miss Schmidt's home town is
way out West in Nebraska.
Miss Katherine Brazzill has com-
pleted requirements for a degree in
Miss Heigl formerly attended
this high school.
Mr. Stapley won a state wrestl-
ing championship in Iowa.
Mr. McPhail plays the piano,
pipe organ, cello and sings.
Mr. Kiester owns a farm, but
takes little interest in it.
Mr. Petree has taught here eleven
Miss Brazzil plays the piano, vio-
lin, pipe organ, cello, and she, also,
Mr. Elvin swings a wicked club
Mr. Bruce Miller and Miss Brum-
mett both graduated from Normal
University, Normal, Illinois.
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DIPLOMAS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
DANCE PROGRAMS, BIDS
Sales Ojice and Show Rooms
27 E. Monroe Street
Factory - 1140 Cornelia Avenue
ODE TO MY GRADE
I see that grade before me,
Crowding my every dream.
There is that grade before meg
It shows up on every theme.
It doesn't matter where I are,
I ean see how red you are,
I close my eyes and there you a
If I could just forget you,
I f teaeher'd forget you, toog
If she'd forget Pd -met you,
Then would my dreams come true.
Wfould that no more you'd haunt
Knowing I don't want you so!
I ean't erase your red, leering fare
DR. SAMUEL BROWE
STATIONERY COMPANY, Inc.
5251 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana
It's surprising how much punch and effectiveness can be
squeezed into a WANT AD in The Hammond Times. That's
why our WANT ADS get results so fast. Try 'em.
THE HAMMOND TIMES
The Calumet RCtgI071,S Home Newspaper
If It's Lumber . Call Our Number
LANSING LUMBER AND SUPPLY
TELEPHONE LANSING 49
ODE TO THE GRADE OF THE
STUDENT .ACROSS THE AISLE
I van see, no matter bow near you'll
You'll never belong to me,
But I can rtream, ean't I?
You are divine, I pretend tbat
Instead of bers.
But, ob, when I awake,
You're never mine to make.
I'm aware my brain is a sad affair,
Tbere is so mueb dumbness tbere,
But I can dream, ean't I?
Can't I admire you, and gaze over
at you with awe?
You're not mine, to take bome to
But I eau rtream, eafft I?
For Personal or Home Use
We Have New Fashionable Needs
To Fit Every Purse
Things you'll be proud to own - - - Because They are - -
9 RIGHT IN FASHION
0 RIGHT IN PRICE
9 RIGHT N HAMMOND
EDWARD C. MINAS COMPANY
LIESENFELT SERVICE STATION
Art and Herb Liesenfelt
Texaco Products - Tires and Batteries
State Line and l52nd Street Calumet City, Illinois
Phone Hammond 9807
MODERN BAKING CO.
34 State Street Telephone 268
Telephone Hammond 10292
VAN SENUS BROS. SUPER SERVICE STATION
Gas, Oil, Greasing, Washing, Tires, and Accessories
Soutb East Corner Standard and Hobman
P. B. G O O D
Wallpaper, Paint, Window Shades, Venetian Blinds
130 Sibley Street Phone 7141 Hammond, Indiana
DOUGLAS FLORAL SHOP
Jos. A. Zasada and C. B. Nowicki, Proprietors
I-IAMMOND'S LEADING FLORISTS
Telephone Hammond 2563
48 Douglas Street Hammond, Indiana
Boys is funny critters. Ain't
nuthin sellier, less'n it's girls.
F'rinstance, boys think they're
hard boiled. But they ain't. Everett
Wernicke thinks he's hard boiled.
But he ain't. He's jest's soft's enny-
thing when't comes t'music.
Boys think they're men. But they
ain't. George Cooper thinks he's a
man. He ain't. He's always rubbin
his chin with his hand like he needs
a shave. He don't. He can't.
Boys think they're handsome.
But they ain't. Boys think they
don't need t'spend a lotta time with
face paint t'improve their natch-
eral beauty. They're right.
'Twouldn't do 'em no good.
Boys pretend they don't like
girls. But they do. Ellsworth Sher-
row pertends thet he don't like en-
ny girl. But he does. It's Marjorie
Boys think they can work. But
they can't. Claude Patterson thinks
he can work. He can't. Leastways,
Boys think girls like 'em. Durn
'em, they're right!
Phone Hammond 247 J. R. Franklin, Prop.
HAMMOND EXTERMINATING CO.
615 East State Street
FELTMAN 85 CURME SHOE STORE
FOOTWEAR AND HOSIERY
441-443 State Street Hammond, Indiana
HEGEWISCH FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO
Wm. B. Anderson, Sec.
13330 Baltimore Ave. Phone: So. Chicago 9762
SHNEIDER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"Hammond's Popular Price Share"
433 State Street Phone 1996
Portraits Mural Paintings
Advertising Layouts Interior Decorations
Advertising of All Kinds
HAZEL BROWN DRESS SHOP
Phone 3750 5259K Hohman Avenue
"A Style Without Extra1fagance"
B R A H O S
New Coffee Shop
5239 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana
This is school life-the lighter
side .... just one big headache-
the band room movies .... some-
thing for nothing-socials ....
blankets and cheers - football
games .... candy and bent backs
-basketball games .... thrills
and smoldering heat-swim meets
. . . . human pretzels and humid
air-wrestling match .... antag-
onism and hustle-journalism class
. . . . guys, gals and bows-bow
day .... caged monkeys, songs
and fish-Biology tours .... top
hats and heartbreak-prom ....
sweet singers of sweet songs-Girls'
Glee Club .... noise, food and
lipstick-cafeteria .... silence is
golden, all are paupers-library . .
. . twenty eight men and a girl-
The Flying Eagles .... shorts and
high jumps-track men .... serv-
ice with a smile-Commercial club
. . . . hard work and little publi-
city-chemistry assistants ....
first subscribers to the THORN-
TONIAN-The Tootsie Club . .
. . he-men and lost medals-Letter-
men's Club .... ye racateers-
tennis team .... one-thousand
points and a let down - New
Hawks Club .... high hopes and
courage-band .... book larnin',
mascot and fun-French class ....
training rules and self esteem -
G.A.C ..... friendly shots and
lucky victims - photography club
. . . . slicing the green and sun
burned necks-golfers .... re-
search and words, words, words-
debaters .... daily tests and rlunk-
ing grades - Latin classes ....
lulabyes, if you're sweet sixteen-
Meistersingers .... yes, this is
school life-the lighter side ....
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
1 8053 Torrence Avenue
Allow your savings to earn a better return for you, with
"INSURED SAFETY." The safety of your investment
in this institution is insured up to 55,000 by the Federal
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
5426 HOHMAN AVENUE
Peabody Seating Co. School Seating
Shaw-Walker Co. Office Supplies and Equipment
THE CALUMET NATIONAL BANK
Member of Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Ifzsurauee Corporation
P. A. BOELENS
Lansing State Bank Building Lansing, Illinois
Better Merchandise at u Saving
Peters Shoes for the family Phone 1681
108 - 154th Place Calumet City, Illinois
The shortest-Jack Kross.
The tallest-Ray Melcher.
The cagiest-Ray Paschke.
Most argumentative-Reed Buf-
Most dignified--May Hoertz.
Most kittenish-Louise Hays.
Widest grin--Mildred Cohen.
Longest eyelashes-Patricia Leon-
Fastest walker-June Jaeger.
Prettiest Teeth-Billy Kohler.
Biggest dimples--Gerald Frevert.
Most talkative-Lucille Abraham-
Best natured-Bob Ward.
Most studious-Floyd Olsen.
Most freckles-Leader Thaldorf.
Most dependable-Wayne Ault.
C o A L
Arthur Lorenz Phone 55
18307 Torrence Oak Glen, Illinois
Com plimcnts of
ROTHSCHILD 8: HIRSCH
Our Bread, Assorted Pies and Cakes are just like Mother used to make.
Iobn Triuowxki, Proprietor
We Specialize in Baking for Weddings, Etc.
3309 E. 182nd Street Lansing, Illinois
Remodeling - CARPENTER - Porch Enclosing
302 Warren Street, Phone Hammond 2826
Calumet City, Ill.
WENTWORTH SERVICE STATION
Harry Zaleta, Prop.
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS EXCLUSIVELY
201 - 155th Street Calumet City, Illinois
THE NEWS HAWKS CLUB
Adventures of Marco Polo" -
These Three"-Marie Ogden, Dick
Rush, and Cupid.
Test Pilot"-Mrs. Canaga.
The Awful Truth"-report cards.
True Confession" - I don't
Slight Case of Murder,'-initia-
Hands Across the Table"-Elaine
Howmiller and Reed Buffington.
Desire"-bigger ice cream sand-
Damsel in Distress"-Elaine Fein.
Snow White and The Seven
Dwarfs" - English and Moe,
Stapley, Blanke, Stauffer, L. Mil-
ler, H. Brazzill, and Heigl.
Prisoner of Zenda"-Detention.
Lost Horizon"-Spring vacation.
Thin Man"-Bob McLaughlin.
Seventh Heaven"-No home-
THE REISSIG AND PHAIR AGENCY, Inc.
ALI.. LINES OF INSURANCE
Phone Hammond 98
478 State Street Hammond, Indiana
Phones: OiHce 491 Residence 2311
JOHNSON-Transfer and Fireproof Warehouse
405 Douglas Street Hammond, Indiana
GUSTAV BOCK, Inc.
HARDWARE, PAINTS, FURNACES
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
3455 Ridge Road Lansing, Illinois
DR. M. R. BASCOMB
Filling prescriptions is all we do-But we do that right
FIRST TRUST DRUG STORE
joseph E. Haney
Sixth Floor, First Trust Building
Eyes Examined-Glasses Fitted Telephone Hammond 2334
DR. R. H. PEACH
Room 203 Over Kresge's
5129 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana
VILLAGE CLERK OF VILLAGE OF LANSING
Lionel Miller-ladies' man.
SCHAPPI BUS LINE, Inc
USSES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CALL HAMMOND 2403
All Busses Fully Insured
Office Phone: Hammond 2472 Residence Phones: Hammond 9141 I880R
FRED KRAUS 8: SONS, Inc
500 6- 5 016 Hohman Avenue Hammond Indiana
HAMMOND NEWS AGENCY
Newspapers and Magazines
r Avenue Hammond Indiana
Phone Hammond 401
W. F. Herring, Manager
SALES AND SERVICE
60 Clinton Street Hammond Indiana
Phone 5 84
E. W. Hess
S409 Hohman Avenue
ELGIN - GRUEN -- HAMILTON WATCHES
Ever3:fl1ir1g in Iewelry
BIG BRAVE REFLECTS
White squaw heap plenty foolg
Puttem devil rocks in hair
To makum kinkyg
Wearum srilrs on feet-
No can run, missum bussesg
Slappum paint on lingers,
Usem smell water,
Brave passum outg
White squaw heap plenty fool.
Com pliments of
THE LANSING DAIRY
jane Benson, Prop.
GOOD MILK and ICE CREAM
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Try Green Meadow's Guernsey Milk
GREEN MEADOW DAIRY CO.
544 Ingraham Avenue
Phone 1906 Calumet City, Illinois
THE BETTER ICE CREAM
Fountain Service Curb Service
KENWOOD AT HOHMAN
GREGG SHORTHAND COMMERCIAL LAW BOOKKEEPING
STENOTYPY COMPTOMETRY BUSINESS ENGLISH
EDIPHONE ALLIED BUSINESS SUBJECTS TYPEWRITING
Here you will find study pleasant and profitable under the guidance of instructors who
are specialists in training office assistants. If you are interested in business education,
we cordially invite your investigation.
STANDARD BUSINESS COLLEGE
Telephone Hammond 470 5248 Hohman Avenue
You can always find the Best on earth at the
HOUSE OF MIRTH
Where you can quench you thirst
Root Beer Refreshments Hamburgers Black Cow
Corner Michigan and Calumet Avenue Hammond, Indiana
JOS. L. HUMPFER 8c CO.
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Home Made Mayonnaise and Thousand Island Dressing
On Time Delivery Service
484 East State Street Phone 2456 - 2457
WILLIAM H. WINTERHOFF
CURLEY QUE BEAUTY PARLOR
Sibley and Hohman Avenue
Hammomfs Foremost Store For Women
Phone Hammond 57 6
State and Hohman Streets
Adult Hair Cutting 35C
WALTER'S BARBER SHOP
Four Expert Barbers - No Waiting
772 State Line Street
Calumet City, Illinois
Phone Hammond 7162
748 State Line Street
Calumet City, Illinois
ALEX' CALUMET CITY CAB
QUICK DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Phone Hammond 513
116 State Street Calumet City, Illinois
HAMMOND PLUMBING COMPANY
Plumbing, Healing, Air-Conditioning
Cbryslcrk Airtemp Money-Saving Boilers
5305 State Line Street
NX x ' xx
IIINIP - tllI1XlU
Zl U SS
Pura' Rich Home Made Ire Cream
3 Russell Street
POSTLEWAITE-THOMPSON CO., Inc.
112 - 152 Stree
DAISY'S ROYAL BLUE STORE
t Calumet City, Illinois
Phone 98 01
E. J. Stark C. Benkcl
CALUMET CITY OIL STATION
Tire and Battery Service
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
700 State Line
THE POSANSKI ATHLETIC CLUB
CHALLENGES ANY TEAM TO SOFTBALL GAMES
For games call at 214 - 154th Place
Phone Hammond 245
CALUMET PICKLE WORKS
Schrum Bros., Proprietors
Calumet and Eagle Brands
Pickles, Sauerkraut, Mustard, Olives, Catsup
HENRY F. LINDNER AND SON
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
"IPs a bad policy not to have a good 07169,
Office Phone Hammond 489 Res. Phone Hammond 5263
Avenue Calumet City, Illinois
13 95 8 Greenbay
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET
Avenue Burnham, Illinois
Phone Burnham 9870
C. F. CLAUSSEN AND SONS, Inc.
Manufacturers and jobbcrs of
PICKLIQS, VINEGARS. CATSUPS, MUSTARDS AND SAUER KRAUT
52nd Street and Western Boulevard Chicago, Illinois
THE MERCANTILE BANK
5243 I-Iohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana
SCHULTZ AND FRANK, AGENTS
INSURANCE AND REAL LSTA-IIE
Phone Lansing 5
3454 - l82nd Street
STATE LINE SERVICE STATION
Schultz and DeVries
State Line and Ridge Road
Phone 164 Lansing, Illinois
mf E T E R 5 MEETER'S INC. ET
SllllERDl'lRnUi LANSING, ILLINOIS K KE
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Comparison Proves That . . .
gg J kg BEST" xxg
I ONDER READ
BAKED IN HAMMOND, INDIANA
UNITED CIGAR STORE
and NEWS AGENCY
George Dockweiler, Proprietor
It is noticeable that when thc
Calumet City and Burnham girls
hike to Lansing for G.A.C. points,
they invariably stop at Dock-
weiiers for refreshments.
STOP AT CLARK BROS.
And ask about our new index system.
All Cart Serviced by Highly Trained Attendants
"Gabby" Koselke, T.F.T.H.S. "JI"
Although the masculine sex
docsn't think much of feminine
drivers, Elvera Frank shows her
good judgment when she endorses
Clark Brothers: "The efficiency and
courtesy of their men make it a
pleasure to patronize them."
HOOK S DRY GOODS AND KNIT SHOP
OAK GLEN, ILLINOIS'
Bring ln your knitting problems, and you will be
gnen free instruction with the purchase
of a ball of yarn.
Kay Rottier's stunning knitted
sweater owes much of its beauty
to the fine woolen yarn which Kay
bought at Hook's.
J. W. MILLIKAN
Norge Home Electric Appliances
Philco RCA Victor Sparton GE Emerson Radios
4 State Street Hammond, Indiana
"Those ice-skates I bought at J.
W. Millikan's have lasted me two
years already, and they're still
good," exclaims Katie Sarros.
Flowers, Gifts, and Greeting Cards
Phone Hammond 202
5320 Hohmm Avenue Hammond, Indiana
Boys! You needn't learn to croon.
You needn't join the correspondence
You don't even have to have
lust send her flowers from Han-
sen's and she'll love you truly.
HENRY BOCK'S SONS, Inc.
Hardware and Agricultural Implements
Paints, Glass, and Wallpaper
Phone Lansing 20 Oak Glen, Illinois
The tools with which Adolph
Brunetti shows his wood craft skill
are all purchased from Henry
Bock and Sons' Hardware Store in
SERVICE STATION-TEXACO PRODUCTS
Phone 1 3 6
Ridge Road and Burnham Avenue Lansing, Illinois
Edward Kocfelda asserts, "All
credit for the longevity of my
ear goes to Slager Brothers Service
NEUMODE HOSIERY SHOP
I QUALITY HOSE
Hghman Avenue Hammond, Indiana
When it comes to durable hose,
there's nothing like those from
Neumodes to save you money," says
"I'd rather drink pop from
Mayer's than champagne from any
place ei'sc," says our exuberant
cheer-leader, joe Siwinski.
CHAS. H. MAYER AND COMPANY
High Grade Carbonated Beverages
566 State Line Avenue Calumet City, Illinois
Telephone Hammond 553
Good evening, ladies and genti'e-
men. This is Station C.U.E. bring-
ing you the last minute result of
the Championship title of T. F.
being played at Perrin's Recrea-
tional center "where the champs
of amateur billiards are born." At
present joe Amodeo, George Kundc,
and Frank Seralini are all behind
PERRIN'S RECREATION PARLOR
Indiana Hotel Building
P6'f1'ill,S for Pleasure
MEL. FERCH PAUL IHLL
For those thinking of settling
down in the near future, some of
the choicest home sites in Calumet
City can be found with the help
of Edward B. Kaelin.
EDWARD B. KAELIN
410 First Trust Building, Phone Hammond 3670
247 - 157th Street, Phone Calumet City 6268
There's a rumor that Dick Rush
has already put a down payment on
a diamond at Lessers. Could it
CHARLES J. LESSER
HARTMAN TRUNKS - DIAMOND BROKERS
453 State Street Hammond, Indiana
It has been discovered that jean-
ette jakabus keeps her notably
neat appearance with the very able
help of DeLuxe Cleaners
DE LUXE CLEANERS AND DYERS
Pressing While You Wait
RUGS AND DRAPES
Phone Hammond 442
631 Wentworth Avenue Calumet City, Illinois
The vim and vigor that is Bob
Van Laningham's is derived from
the good food his mother buys at
the Nation-Wide Grocers
NATION WIDE SERVICE GROCERS
james C. Helms, Proprietor
180 Torrence Avenue Oak Glen, Illinois
O. I. LEWIS
Vfinterhoff Building Lansing, Illinois
Not that he expects to get into
any trouble, but George Cooper
has already singled out O. I. Lewis
as his lawyer - just in case.
Phone Hammond 749 Free Delivery
Best Meats in Town - Try It
693 Wentworth Avenue Calumet City, Illinois
When asked how she gets her
famous pep Gena jablonski de-
clares, "I give all the credit to the
"delicious" food that my mother
buys at the National Food Store.
As further proof of the energy
building value of their food we
refer you to Albert ujabo '37" who
was "Peppiest boy" last year, and to
Edward who looks like a candidate
for the title in a few more years.
Hammoudls Leading Sporting Goods
and Radio Store
437 State Street Hammond, Indiana
Another "I.etterman's Day" and
the school takes on an athletic
atmosphere when handsome heroes
of football, basketball, wrestling.
swimming and track step forward
exhibiting their monograms won
in these events, proudly worn on
a sweater bought at the Colonial
Sporting Goods Store.
SHEDD WARD ICE CREAM
.. fo, ..
VIM VIGOR VITALITY
"And before we sign oif, let us
remind you that those delicious
ice-cream sandwiches and sundacs
served in our own cafeteria come
to you through the courtesy of
Shedd Ward Ice Cream."
JOHN J. BREHM Sc SONS COMPANY
125 Industrial Road
C os I: U E I, O I I,
O I L B U R N E R S
Made in Chicago
Pulllislrrrs of the
THE LANSING PRINTING CO.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Phone 152 Programs Letterheads
5525 ' lgznd Street Pamphlets Statements
Lansing. Illinois Brgndgidcg
President of Lansing
"lf if'x Villlrirlflv - lluu' if ir1.r1m'J"
CHAS. C. SCHULTZ AND SONS
IlIYlll'rIlli'l' am! Real Estafc
Oak Glen, Illinois
"Let Cousins be your Wfatcbwordv
5l33 IIOHMAN AVENUE HAMMOND. INDIANA
Telephone Hammond 25
NOTIE: Recd liutlington, liugunu Peterson, Dick Rush. .md .all
time rest of you who .irc in the market for diamonds, Cousins'
Llinlnomls .irc certified and perfect.
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