Thornton Fractional North High School - Chronoscope Yearbook (Calumet City, IL)
- Class of 1942
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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF
THORNTON FRACTIONAL TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS
llff the lie0ord" Edition
The machine starts, and the record goes round
and round, the needle hits the groove, and then
we have a chance to relive the year just past.
It was a wonderful year and a terrible year. For
although we still hear the laughter and songs of
America's youth, a new note is added. It's the
click of knitting needles keeping time to the strains
of "Remember Pearl Harbor."
For America is at war and so is America's
youth. But with a heart full of love and laughter,
America's youth can and will meet and overcome
even an obstacle as great as this.
So with the greatest of admiration, we dedi-
cate this l942 CHRONOSCOPE to America's youth
who must take it on the chin and meet the world
with a smile on its lips and a song in its heart.
, Iames Leonard Anna V. Schmidt
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There are many interesting things we students and friends of T. F. don't know about our fa-
culty. We'll tell you a few-but remember, it's strictly "Off The Record."
Did you know thati
Miss Helen Brazzill has a lovely soprano voice which we should all like to hear a lot more of . . .
Miss Katherine Brazzill is quite the expert in selecting choice pieces of glassware and is studying
advanced chemistry on the side . . .
Mrs. Ruth Hale Canaga is of the famous Hale family of which Nathan Hale was a member.
If he weren't so busy with speech and debate, Mr. Earl Davis might very well coach athletics,
being well qualified.
There is hardly a new book which Miss Iosephine Dempkowski hasn't read. When in high
school, she was voted most studious . . .
We have on our faculty one man who is able to read Greek-Mr. Raymond Elvin studied it in
college . . .
Our very scientific Mr. Samuel Frey also swings a mean hammer and saw. He remodeled an
old home into a beautiful modern-day abode . . .
Miss Adeline Iaacks is an ardent stage play addict-she sees them all! Golf is another pastime
of hers . . .
Mr. Lester Kelly received his letter at the University of Illinois and he not only teaches health
and athletics, but he practices what he teaches . . .
And, surprise--our charming Miss Anna Schmidt can whistle with the best of 'eml She's almost
as good as Elmo Tanner. Needle work is another of her accomplishments . . .
Miss Mary Shemaitis takes dancing lessons regularly, has a champion diver for a sister, and has
twin brothers . . .
We have a composer with us-Mr. Franklyn Kingdon is composing a symphony . . .
Mr. Harvey Lambka, our Latin teacher, is a collector of all sorts of plants and flowers-his main
interest, though, lies in the various cacti plants-asticky subject, we'd say!
Our handsome Mr. Aitken Young not only can make the frosh girls' hearts beat double time,
he can also knit double time! Has a good voice, too . . .
Although he's not at all corny, Mr. Iackson Kiester takes a great interest in crossing different
brands of corn to see what he can get. . .
And, as would be expected, Miss Fanchon Remund, our librarian, is an authority on books-she
doesn't miss one!
Miss Clara Ihrig was once a counselor at a girl's camp. And is also an excellent ice skater.
Beauty must run in the McBrair family. Her sisters are just as pretty as she is. She also has a
brother in service . . .
Our quiet Mr. Arthur Smith was once associated with the University of Illinois Placement De'
partment. He knows many of the outstanding athletes from Illinois.
Our well-known athletic coach, Mr. Wilbur Petree, also has more than ordinary talents as a
uwoodchopperf' We hear from reliable sources that he could throw a book case or cupboard togeth-
er in no time... 1 .
Mr. Iames H. Leonard not only teaches his interesting American Problems classes, but he can
practice law on the side any time he has a mind to.
Miss Lucille Slocum has been collecting rings for a long time now. The Library Club once had
the pleasure of seeing some of her interesting specimens . . .
Miss Elizabeth Kessinger knows all the tricks of big politics. She should, because once upon a
time she was secretary to a "big-time" politician in Springfield. . .
And, among our interesting faculty, we have a man who was awarded the Purple Heart for
courage in World War I-Mr. Fritz Nelson . . .
Imagine going to forty-eight different high schools! Well, Miss Virginia Martin did just that.
Her papa is a chemist and was transferred frequently, so Miss Martin went too . . .
Small, sweet Miss Helen Temple always looks so nice. And the reason? She designs and makes
her own clothes. . .
The Thornton Fractional Township H. S. Faculty
Row 1: Bruce Miller, Helen Brazzill, Wilbur Petree, Sigrid Moe, Lester Kelly, Iosephine
Dempkowski. Row 2: Mary McBrair, Raymond Elvin, Lucille Slocum, Harold Christian,
Anna Schmidt, Iackson Kiester, Clara Ihrig. Row 3: Henry Legg, Mary Shemaitis, Earl
Davis, Mrs. Ruth Hale Canaga, Iames Leonard, Helen Temple, Wilfred Stock. Row 4:
Lawrence Luce, Fanchon Remund, HarveyLambka, Clarence Koedyker, Adeline Iaacks,
Henry Potts, Ruth Etter. Row 5: Fritz Nelson, Arthur Smith, Aitken Young, Franklyn
Kingdon, Elizabeth Kessinger, Samuel Frey. Not in picture: Katherine Brazzill, Virginia
Mr. Clarence Koedyker is one man who can truly say, "This is my houselv He built his own
home all by himself . . .
They say men are just grown up little boys fnot entirely grown upj. We kind of wonder at Mr.
Lawrence Luce. He owns one of the most elaborate electric train outfits around these parts . . .
Miss Sigrid Moe, our very busy sponsor of publications, is especially surprising. She not only
looks enthusiastic about the students, efforts, she actually is . . .
Surprise! Reserved, business-like Mr. Henry Legg was once a traveling salesman. He sold en-
gravings for high school year books . . .
Mr. Bruce Miller worked his way through college. And little would we guess what he did. No,
he washed dishes . . .
Another ambitious man was Mr. Henry Potts. He also "washed his Way through college" Only
he had an advantage-it was in a sorority house. . .
Miss Margaret Etter gained much of her experience in cafeteria management and menu arrange-
ment in hotels. She was a waitress and worked up ....
Every job under the sun was held by Mr. Stock during the years he worked his way through
And, finally, did you know that Mr. Harold Christian rides to school every morning on his
Little did you think that we had such a very human, likeable faculty. They have to be kind of
ucrabbyi' now and then, but, honestly, they're swell!
It's on the record-no, that isn't a mistake. We meant to say "on" the
record instead of "off" the record. Why? Because this senior class is on the
record as being one of the most outstanding ever to graduate from Thornton
Welre on record as having two members of our class co-captaining a
championship football team. We're on record as having a senior edit the
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Tom Shaffer, vice-president
Adelaide Miller, secretary
Wayne McMullin, president
Harold Perkins, treasurer
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lot of talk, but the graduating class of '42 was really "in the groove."
And now "just for the record" we'll give you a look at this outstanding
class, their pictures and a list of their activities to prove they're just as good
as we've been saying they are.
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JANE ALBINIAK, Terrapin Club 25 Chronoscope Busi-
ness Staff 25 Thorntonian Business Staff 15 Pep Club 1 , 25
Library Club 3, 45 G. A. C. Volleyball 1, 2. . . JUNE
ANDERSON, Pep Club 1, 2. . . PHYLLIS ANDERSON.
Carnival 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Cadet Band 1, 25 Photo-
zraohv Club 1. 2: Freshman-Sophomore Debate 1. 2: Peo
Club 1, 2. . . EUGENE ANNEN, Carnival 1, 2, 35 "Ima-
ginary lnvalid5" Meistersingers 2, 3, 45 Flying Eagles 1, 25
Photography Club 35 Thorntonian Business Staff 2. . .
AUSTIN ARENS, Monogram Club 3, 45 Assembly Moni-
tor 45 Tennis Team 25 Golf Team 3, 4. . . MICKEY
AUGUSTYNEK, Boys' Club Board 35 Vice-president 45
Monogram Club Secretary 35 Wrestling Team 2, 3, 45
Freshman-Sophomore Football 25 Heavyweight Football
35 Intra-mural Boxing Champion 25 Assembly Monitor 4.
. . . MILLARD BARKER, Freshman-Sophomore Basket-
ballg Track 1, 2, 3. . . DOROTHY BARTH, Library Club
3, 45 Cafeteria Assistant 45 Pep Club 1. . , DORIS BAR-
Terrapin Club 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Carnival 35
Girls' Chorus 25 Sextet 3, 4. . . MARY BECCHINO, G.
A. C. Volleyball 25 Pep Club 3, 4. . . PETE BEREOLOS,
Boys' Club President 45 Heavyweight Football 3, 45 Car-
nival 4: Monogram Club 45 National Honor Society ....
NELDA BERGER, G. A. C. Secretary 45 Head of Basket-
ball 25 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity 1, 2, 3, 45.Captain
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity
45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity 2, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45
Varsity 1, 2, 35 Swimming 35 Terrapin Club 3, 45 Girls'
Club Board 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25
Library Club 45 Chronoscope Junior Co-Editor5 Thorn-
tonian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Chronoscope Business Staff
1, 2, 3, 45 Thorntonian Business Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Cub Re-
porter 35 News Hawks 3, 45 Chronoscope Editorial Staff
45 National Honor Society. . . LOUISE BERGERON. . . .
MITZI BESSE, G. A. C. Volleyball 25 Captain Basketball
25 Terrapin Club 35 Pep Club 35 Carivnal 3, 4 ......
JAMES BIELAT, Flying Eagles 3, 4.
RENALD BIESBOER . . . SHIRLIE BLACKBURN, Ter-
rapin Club 25 Pep Club 1, 25 Girls' Club Board 35 Car-
nival 2, 45 Sextet 25 Library Club 3, 45 Junior Class
Secretaryg Chronoscope Business Staff 2, 45 Thorntonian
Business Staff 45 Teen Salesman 45 National Honor Society.
. . . WILBUR BLAIR, Cadet Band 1, 2 .... JANET
BOBAK . . . RAY BORGMAN, Band 2, 3, 45 Cadet Band
2. . . DAVID BOROWSKI, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
3, 45 Cadet Orchestra 1. . . IRENE BOROWSKI, Library
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Cafeteria Assistant 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 25
Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2. . . EUGENE BRADTKE, Band
1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Photography Club 1.
ALTA BRAGG . . . BETTY BRAKEBILL, Pep Club 1.
...HERBERT BRECLAW, Band 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band
1, 2, 3, 4. . . EUGENE BRINKMAN, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4,
Monogram Club 4. . , GENEVIEVE BROWN, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, . . MACK BUDZOWSKI, Freshman-Sophomore
Football lg Heavyweight Basketball 43 Lightweight Bas-
ketball 2, 3g Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 1, Mono-
gram Club 2, 3: Treasurer 4, Assembly Monitor 43 Carni-
val 2, 4: Junior Council: Basketball Captain 4. . . JOAN
BUEHLER, Carnival 25 Pep Club 1, 2 .... RUSSELL
BUHRING, Freshman-Sophomore Football 2g Heavy-
weight Basketball 33 Track Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Monogram
Club 2, 33 Secretary 43 Carnival 3, 4, Assembly Monitor
43 Heavyweight Football 3, 45 Boys' Club Board 45
Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 29 Lightweight Basket-
ball 2. . . JAMES CALLAHAN - . . . ROBERT CAREY,
Manager of the Intra-murals 4. . . DICK CASSADY,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cadet Band lg Flying Eagles 2, Swimming
Team 2g Carnival 3g Orchestra 4 .... HELEN CIASTKO,
Pep Club 3, 4 .... ANGELINA CIMITY, Pep Club 3, 4.
. . . JOHNNY CIPOLLA, Lightweight Basketball 3, 4,
Monogram Club 33 President 43 Assembly Monitor 43
Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 1 .... HARRY CLAIR,
Swimming Team 35 Tennis Team 2g Cafeteria Assistant
45 Carnival 3.
JO ANN CLARK, G. A. C. Swimming lg Captain Basket-
ball 4g Basketball 4, Volleyball 4, Terrapin Club 1, 2, f3g Vice-
president4g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Board 3, 45 Treasur-
er 35 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 3, 4g Thorn-
tonian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Chronoscope Business Staff
1, 3, Thorntonian Business Staff 3, Debate Club 1, News
Hawks 45 National Honor Society. . . LORRAINE CLAY-
TON.. .RUTH CODY, Entered from Hammond High
3. . . KENNETH COMPEAU, Band 2, 3, 4 . . . MARY
CONLEY, Entered from Lowell High 25 Library Club
3, 4 .... ALVIN COWLES .... MARILYN CRANE,
Carnival 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, Double Sextet 2, 3,
4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, "Don't Darken My Door" 4. . . .
CHARLES CULLUM . . . Boys' Club Se-cretary-Treas-
urer 43 Freshman-Sophomore Football 1, 23 Heavyweight
Football 3, 4, Heavyweight Basketball 3, 44 Carnival 4,
Chronoscope Editorial Staff 4, Thorntonian Editorial
DEAN CULP, Lightweight Basketball 4 ....... NINA
CUSICK, Carnival 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Captain Basket-
ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, "Don't Darken My
Doorn 4 .... GENEVIEVE CZECHANSKI .... Entered
from Catholic Central 2 .... JESSIE CZERKAS, Pep
Club 3, 4 ..-. EVELYN DABICH, Carnival 1, 43 Ter-
rapin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 5, 4, Pep Club 1, 2,
3, 4 .... HARVEY DEAN, "The Imaginary Invalid" 3,
Meistersingers 4, Pep Club 4, Debate Varsity 3, 4,
Freshman-Sophomore Debate 1, 2, "Don't Darken My
Doori' 4 .... LOUIS DEKKER -... STANLEY DEM-
BOWSKI, Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Imaginary Invalid"' 3:
Meistersingers Z, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Photography Club 1, 2, Band Of-Iicer 2, 3, 4, Dance
Orchestra 2, 3, 4. . . NELLIE DE VRIES, Library Club
4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3 .... SIGMUND DOBROWSKI, Pho-
tography Club 1, 2, Carnival 1, 3 .... GENE EBERT,
Carnival 1 .... AUDREY EENIGENBURG, Photography
Club 3, Pep Club 3 .... ARTHUR EGGEBRECHT . . .
ANNA MAE EISMIN, Commercial Club President 4,
Pep Club 3, 4. . . MARION ELLENS, Cafeteria Assistant
4, Pep Club 2.
DON EVERT .... DOROTHY FANTA .... Terrapin
Club 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Carnival 2, 3 -... GLORIA
FEARING, Entered from Hammond High 3, Pep Club
3, 4 .... VIRGINIA FEDOSKY, Girls' Club Board 2, 3,
President 4, Cheer Leader 2, 3, Captain 4, Carnival 1,
2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Double Sextet 3, 4, Library Club
3, 4, Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 3, 4, Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
G. A. C. Treasurer 2, Head of Swimming 3, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Captain Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntonian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Chronoscope
Business Staff 3, 4, Thorntonian Business Staff 3, 4, Girls'
Sports Editor 4, D. A. R. Representative 4, Queen of
Carnival 43 Junior Council: National Honor Society -...
TOM FELSECKER, Swimming Team 3,4, Monogram Club
3, 4, Assembly Monitor 4, Tennis Team 4, Intra-mural
Swim Champ 2 .... DORIS FOLLICK, Entered from
Hammond High 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Humorous Speaking
3, 4, Teen Staff 4, "Don't Darken My Door" 4, National
Honor Society. . . ROBERT FREVERT, Swimming Team
3, Band 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, 3, 4 .... MARY GABRICH,
Terrapin Club 3, 4.
MILTON GAITHER, Wrestling 1, 2 -... LEWIS GALIK,
Heavyweight Football 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Foot-
ball 1, 23 Heavyweight Basketball 3, 43 Freshman-Sopho-
more Basketball lg Monogram Club 3, 43 Assembly Moni-
tor 4 .... FRANCES GENOVESE, Orchestra 2, 3, 4 ....
JAMES GIGLIO, Heavyweight Football 3, 43 Freshman-
Sophomore Football lg Freshman-Sophomore Basketball
13 Monogram Club 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 4. . .TOM
GLICK, Heavyweight Football 43 Freshman-Sophomore
Football 23 Monogram Club 4 .... PAULINE GLOGER,
Girls' Club Board 33 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Commercial
Club Secretary 43 Girls, Chorus 2. 33 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 43
Thorntonian Staff 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club T. F.
Pin 23 National Honor Society .... FLORENCE GOD-
LEWSKI, G. A. C. Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Captain Basketball
1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 23 Pep Club l .-...
NORMA GOYKE, G. A. C. Captain Basketball 23 Bas-
ketball 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Girls' Club
T. F. Pin 2, 33 Commercial Club Treasurer 43 Photog-
raphy Club 1, 23 Library Club 3, 43 Thorntonian Editorial
Staff 33 National Honor Society. . . VERNON GRUHLKE,
Photography Club 43 Chronoscope Business Staff 23 Junior
Play Production Staff Carnival 4. . . BETTY HAEHNEL,
Pep Club 1, 2 .... RUTH HAEHNEL, Pep Club l, 2.
.. . .EDWARD HARTHUN, Orchestra 3, 43 Cadet Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3 .... ADAM HAUCK . . . NORA HEIM-
BUCH, G. A. C. Vice-president 3: President 43 Head of
Volleyball 23 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 1, 2, 33 Captain
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Var-
sity 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2.3, 43 Varsity 43 Pep Club 23 Girls'
Club Board 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Thorntonian Edi-
torial Staff 33 National Honor Societyg Senior Honor
Athlete. . . ELIZABETH HESSELBARTH, Cheer Leader
3, 43 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-president 23 President
33 Pep Club 1, 23 Girls' Club Board 2, 33 Vice-president 43
Carnival 2, 3, 43 "The Imaginary Invalid" 33 Girls' Chorus
2, 3, 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 3, 43 Library Club 33
Chronoscope Editorial Staff 3, 43 Thorntonian Editorial
Staff 33 Feature Editor 43 News Hawks 43 "Don't Darken
My Door' 43 G. A. C. Captain Basketball 4: Basketball 43
Radio Club 43 National Honor Society.
LORRAINE HILL, Terrapin Club 33 Pep Club 33 G. A. C.
Captain Basketball 23 Volleyball 23 Basketball 1, 2 ....
PHYLLIS HILBRICH, Library Club 2, 33 Pep Club
1, 2, 3 .... GERTRUDE HILLEGONDS, Pep Club 2.
. . . . LEO HODUR, Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4: Monogram
Club 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 4 .... JUNE HORN, Pep
Club 33 Carnival 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 .... LILLIAN
HORST, Terrapin Club 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Girls'
Club Board 3, 43 Carnival 2, 43 "The Imaginary Invalid"
3: Girls' Club T. F. Pin 1, 2, 3, 43 Thorntvnian Editorial
Staff 3, 43 Chronoscope Editorial Staff 43 Chronoscope
Business Stal? 1, 2, 3, 43 Thorntonian Business Staff 1,
2, 33 Manager 43 News Hawks 2, 3, 43 Vice-president 33
Junior Councilg Radio Club 43 National Honor Society:
G. A. C. Swimming 3 ...... KATE JANSMA .....
MARTIN JARANOWSKI, Cafeteria Assistant 3.
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1, 2, 3 .... JANET JEGLOWSKI .... WALTER JEN-
KINS, Freshman-Sophomore Basketball Manager 23 Cadet
Orchestra 2, 33 Debate Varsity 33 Extemporaneous Speak-
ing 33 Track Team 4 .... SHIRLEY JOHNSON, Pep
Club 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Cadet Orchestra 1 .....
FRANCIS JONES, Heavyweight Basketball 3, 43 Tennis
Team 1, 2, 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Assembly Monitor
43 Golf Team 43 Intra-mural Checker Champ 43 National
Honor Society .... PAUL JONES, Swimming Team 1, 23
Carnival 1, 2, 33 Photography Club 2, 43 Swimming Team
4 .... FRANCES KAELIN, Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Library
Club 3, 43 Cafeteria Assistant 33 Thorntonian Editorial Staff
3, 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Teen Salesman 43 National
Honor Society .... CLARENCE KALETA .... BEA-
TRICE KATS, Pep Club 1, 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43
Cadet Band 2 .... FRANK KASZUBA . , . MARVIN
KEDROWSKI, Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sopho-
more Basketball Manager 13 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 ....
CAROLYN KLIMEK, Freshman-Sophomore Debate 23
Pep Club 4 .... RAY KMAK, Wrestling Team 2, 3, 43
Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 43 Honorary
Captain of Wrestling 4 ..... SALLY KOLSUT, Girls'
Chorus 2, 33 Band 33 Cadet Band 1, 2, 3.
LUCILLE KOMAROWSKI, Commercial Club 43 Library
Club 43 G. A. C. Volleyball 2, 33 Captain Basketball
1, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3 .... JAMES KOONTZ, Track
Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Assembly Monitor
4 .... LORRAINE KOOY,'Cafeteria Assistant 4 .... .
RAYMOND KOSELKE, Cadet Band 2 .... VERNELL
KRAAY, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Orches-
tra 43 Cadet Band 13 Cadet Orchestra 13 Photography
Club 33 Pep Club 1, 2 .... WILFRED KRAEGEL, Tennis
Team 23 Track Team 33 Meistersingers 43 Cadet Band 13
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Class President3 Debate Varsity
2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Debate 1, 23 Oratorical
Declamation 33 Dramatic Speaking 43 Original Oratory
43 Thorntonian Editorial StaH 2, 3, 43 Chronoscope Busi-
ness Staff 33 News Hawks 43 Teen Editor 43 Band Officer
43 National Honor Society .... DOROTHY KRASS, G.
A. C. Board 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 43 Captain
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 .....
DOROTHY MAE KRIEGER, Carnival 33 Pep Club 1, 23
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Cadet Orchestra 13 Library Club 3, 4.
FLORENCE KULCZYK, entered from Belmont Illinois
High 3. . STEPHANY KURPELA, G. A. C. 2g Pep Club 1,
2, 3, 4 .... IRENE LAITAR, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Com-
mercial Club 4 .... WILLIAM LAITAR .... CLARA
LAMB, Pep Club 1, 25 Carnival lg Cadet Band 1, 29
Cadet Orchestra 1, 2g Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Library
Club 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Debate lg Thorntonian
Editorial Staff 33 Chronoscope Business Staff 25 Thorn-
tonian Business Staff 1, 2 .... WALTER LANGE, Light-
weight Football Manager l .... TOM LARSON ....
TOM LAUERMAN .... MABEL LEHMKER, Commer-
cial Club 4, Pep Club 13 National Honor Society ...,.
RUSSELL LEHNHOFF .... ROBERT LONG, Heavy-
weight Football 3, 4g Monogram Club 3, 4, Assembly
Monitor 4 ..... MARIE LORENZ, G. A. C. Board 25
Volleyball 2g Pep Club 1, 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 13
Girls' Club T. F. Pin 3 .... NORMA LORENZ, G. A. C.
Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Captain Basketball 1, 25 Basketball
1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 24 Carnival 3 ......
DOROTHY LUCITO, G. A. C. Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45
Captain Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Base-
ball 3, 4g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Board 1, 2, 3, 4g
Treasurer 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Girls' Club T. F. Pin
3, 4, Commercial Club 4g Library Club 3 .... DOLORES
LUKOWSKI, Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Cafeteria Assistant 2, 3.
CLARENCE MACIEJEWSKI, Track Team 3, 4g Heavy-
weight Basketball Manager 3, 4g Cadet Band 1 ......
VIOLET MACKOVIAK, Pep Club 1, 2, 3 .... CHESTER
MADRZYK .... MARIO MANSUETO, Golf Team 35
Monogram Club 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 4g National
Honor Society ..... LAURA MARSHALL, Commercial
Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3 .... MATTHEW MATWICZAK,
Track Team 2, 3, 4 .... MARIE MAYER .... WAYNE
McMULLIN, Meistersingers 2, 3, 4, President 3g Junior
Councilg Debate Varsity 2g Freshman-Sophomore Basket-
ball lg Track Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43
Assembly Monitor 33 Pep Club 45 Carnival 2, 3, 45 Thorn-
tonian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Thorntonian Business Staff 35
Pulficity Bureau 3, 43 News Hawks 4: Extemporaneousl
Speaking 33 Carnival King 4, "Don't Darken My Door" 4g
Senior Class Presidentg Radio Club 43 Freshman-Sopho-
more Football l, 2g National Honor Society.
ELSIE MILL, Commercial Club Vice-president 43 Library
Club 43 Flying Eagles 23 Girls' Chorus 33 Carnival 33
Pep Club 43 Photography Club 43 Poster Maker 43 National
Honor Society ..... ADELAIDE MILLER, Girls' Club
Board 2, 3, 43 Carnival 2, 3, 43 "The Imaginary Invalid"
33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 33 Library
Club 3, 43 Junior Class Treasurer3 Thorntonian Editorial
Staff 3, 43 Oratorical Declamation 43 Poetry Reading 43
Senior Class Secretaryg National Honor Society ......
GLADYS MEINERT, Entered from Hammond High 4.
. . . . ROBERT MINNEMAN . . . . . HERMAN MOORE,
Swimming Team 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Carnival 3.
. . . . . ANNA NIXON . . . . HELEN NOWAK, Library
Club 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 .,... ROBERT NOWAK,
Flying Eagles 1, 2 .... SARAH OGDEN ..... JEAN
OSTROWSKI, G. A. C. Volleyball 3, 43 Captain Basket-
ball 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Carnival 13
Library Club 43 Teen Salesman 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 4.
LEONARD PANFIL .... JOHN PANK, Lightweight Bas-
ketball 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 13 Golf
Team 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 4 .... GEORGE PARKS.
. . . BESSIE PECK, Pep Club 23 Cafeteria Assistant 3. . .
HAROLD PERKINS, Heavyweight Football 3, 43 Fresh-
man-Sophomore Football 1, 23 Carnival 3, 43 "The Imag-
inary Invalid" 33 Meistersingers 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Treas-
urerg Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 13 National Honor
EMMA PETERS, Pep Club 1, 23 Cadet Band 23 Girls' Club
T. F. Pin 33 Freshman-Sophomore Debate 23 Thorntonian
Editorial Staff 3, 43 Carnival 4 .... EVELYN PIECUCH,
Pep Club 23 Library Club 3 .... RICHARD PLUMPOW-
SKI, Band 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 13 Cadet Orchestra 1 ....
DELPHINE PODRAZA, Band Twirler 2, 3, 43 Carnival 13
Library Club 2, 3, 43 President 43 National Honor Society.
. . . CHARLES POREMBA, National Honor Society. . . .
RUDOLPH PREMETZ .... WALTER RAASCH, Swim-
ming Team 3, 43 Photography Club 4 .... BETTY ANN
RAPPE, Dramatic Speaking 3, 43 Debate Varsity 23 Library
Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 3,
43 "The Imaginary Invalid" 33 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls'
Club Board 3, 43 Pep Club 23 Thorntonian Editorial Staff
3, 43 Chronoscope Business Staff 1, 2, 33 Thorntonian Busi-
ness Staff 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 4. 4
FLORENCE RATAJCZAK, Library Club 43 Cadet Band
23 Orchestra 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club
1, 2, 33 Dance Orchestra 3 .... GLADYS REEVES, Girls'
Chorus 2, 33 Carnival 33 Entered from South Side High,
Fort Wayne, Indiana 2 .... ROBERT RENTNER, Fresh-
man-Sophomore Football 23 Wrestling Team 2, 43 Carnival
1, 2, 33 "The Imaginary Invalid" 33 "Don't Darken My
Door" 43 Meistersingers 2, 33 Secretary 43 Band 3, 43 Cadet
Band 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 43 Heavyweight Football 3, 4.
VERA REYNOLDS, Freshman-Sophomore Debate 33 Girls'
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Carnival 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Thorntonian
Editorial Staff 43 Thorntonian Business Staff 13 Teen Staff
43 Chronoscope Editorial Staff 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 43
National Honor Society .... LYDIA RICKMANN, Girls'
Chorus 2, 33 Carnival 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Commercial Club 43
Library Club 3, 43 Thorntonian Editorial Stal? 3, 43 Clinic
Assistant 43 National Honor Society .... JACK RIOTA,
Carnival l, 2, 33 "The Imaginary Invalid" 33 Meistersingers
2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 13
Band President 43 Dance Orchestra 3, 43 "Submerged" 23
"Millenium Morn" 23 National Honor Society. - . .
FRANCES ROGALSKI .... ELEANOR ROMSZEWICZ,
G. A. C. Captain Basketball 23 Pep Club 1, 43 Carnival 23
Flying Eagles 33 Library Club 43 Photography Club 43
Poster Maker 43 National Honor Society .... ARCHIE
ROSS, Heavyweight Football 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore
Football lg Heavyweight Basketball 3, 43 Track Team 1,
2, 33 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 2, 4 ....
FRANK RUCINSKI, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling
Team 1. . . MARY LEE SABADOS, Terrapin Club 1, 2,
3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2 .... SOPHIE SARROS, Girls' Club
Board 2, 3, 43 Carnival 2, 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 3, 43
Chronoscope Junior Co-Editorg Editor-in-chief 43 G. A. C.
Volleyball 2, 43 Captain Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball
1, 2, 43 Baseball 2, 43 Pep Club 23 Thorntonian Editorial
Staff 3, 43 Thorntonian Business Staff 13 Chronoscope
Business Staff 13 Publicity Bureau 33 News Hawks 2, 3, 43
Secretary 33 Junior Councilg National Honor Society ....
ALMA SAUSAMAN, G. A. C. Volleyball 13 Captain Bas-
ketball 13 Basketball 13 Baseball 13 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3,
43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3g Girls' Club Board 3. 43 Carnival 1, 2,
3, 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Library
Club 3, 4 .... FAYE SAUSAMAN, G. A. C. Volleyball 13
Terrapin Club 1, 23 Vice-president 33 President 43 Girls'
Club Board 3, 43 Carnival 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 23
Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Library Club 3, 4 .... EDWIN
SCHAB, Band 2, 3, 43 Boys' Club Board Secretary-
GEORGE SCHARLACH, Swimming Team 3 .... MARY
SCHOPP, G. A. C. Baseball 33 Volleyball 23 Basketball 23
Pep Club 1, 2, 3 .... MARVIN SCHULTZ, Freshman-
Sophomore Football 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 13 Cadet
Orchestra 1 .... DORIS SCHUTZ, G. A. C. Volleyball 2, 3,
43 Head of Basketball 4g Captain Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Varsity 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43
Varsity 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 23 Swimming 1, 2, 3,
43 Photography Club 43 Pep Club 2, 3 .... LILLIAN
SCHUTZ, Pep Club 1 .... CATHERINE SCRIVER, Pep
Club 1, 33 Library Club 4 .... LILLIAN SCZIGLAK, Pep
Club 3, 4 .... IDA SERAFINI, Pep Club 3.
TOM SHAFFER, Heavyweight Football 3, 43 Freshman-
Sophomore Football 1, 23 Heavyweight Basketball 3:
Freshman-Sophomore Basketball lg Monogram Club 3. 4:
Assembly Monitor 43 Boys' Club Board 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-
president 33 Carnival 3, 43 Chronoscope Editorial Stal? 33
Sports Editor 43 Thorntonian Editorial Staff 33 Sports
Editor 43 News Hawk 43 Senior Class Vice-president3 Na-
tional Honor Society .... LILLIAN SIKORA, Band 43 Pep
Club 1, 2, 3 .... CHESTER SIKORSKI, Swimming Team
4 .... LORETTA SKARBEK, Entered from St. Florian,
Hegewisch 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Library Club 4 .... NORA
SNYDER, G. A. C. Volleyball 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls'
Club Board l, 33 Carnival 33 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 1, 2, 33
Photography Club 43 Library Club 3, 43 Thorntonian Re-
cording Editor 43 National Honor Society .... STANLEY
SONNENBERG, Heavyweight Football 3, 43 Freshman-
Sophomore Football lg Freshman-Sophomore Basketball
13 Monogram Club 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 3, 4. . . -
MARCIA SPOERNER, Entered from Hammond High 23
Pep Club 2, 3 .... JOHN STAHL, Meistersingers 1 ....
PAT STAPLEY, G. A. C. Baseball 2g Pep Club 1, 23 Girls'
Club T. F. Pin 3. . . DUARD STEINBERG. . . WILENE
STEINKRAUS, G. A. C. Volleyball 2, 33 Captain Basketball
2, 33 Baseball 1, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43
Library Club 3, 43 Carnival 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club T, F. Pin
4. . . BOB STEPHENSON, Boys' Club Secretary 43 Photo-
graphy Club 3. . . LOTTIE STOKLOSA, Pep Club l, 2,3.
. . . RITA STRAND, G. A. C. Baseball 23 Volleyball 43
Pep Club 2, 33 Girls' Club Board 3, 43 Secretary 33 Pho-
tography Club 23 Library Club 23 Chronoscope Editorial
Staff 43 Thorntonian Editorial Staff 3, 43 Chronoscope
Business Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Thomtonian Business Staff, 1, 2,
3, 43 News Hawks 2, 3, 43 Carnival 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2, 33
Girls' Club T. F. Pin 2, 33 National Honor Society .....
PAUL STRAUSER, Freshman-Sophomore Basketball lg
Track Manager l, 2, 33 Monogram Club 43 Assembly Mon-
VIRGINIA SULICZ, G. A. C. Volleyball 1, 23 Baseball 1,
23 Terrapin Club 3, 43 Pep Club 1. 23 Carnival 33 Girls'
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 1, 23 Girls' Club
T. F. Pin 33 Library Club 2, 3, 4 .... LEONA SZAL,
G. A. C. Basketball 13 Captain Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 23
Pep Club 2, 43 Commercial Club 43 Chronoscope Business
Staff 13 Thorntonian Business Staff 1 .... GENEVIEVE
SZYMANSKI, Carnival 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 43 Pep
Club 1, 2, 3 .... FRANK TABORSKI, Carnival 3 ....
CORINNE TARRAS, Debate Varsity 3, 43 Freshman-Soph-
omore Debate 13 Poetry Reading 43 Extemporaneous
Speaking 43 Oratorical Declamation 43 Girls' Club T. F.
Pin 33 Pep Club 1, 23 Thorntonian Assistant Editor 43 News
Hawks 43 National Honor Society .... EDGAR THEDENS,
Carnival 43 Debate Varsity 2, 3, 43 Varsity Captain 33
Freshman-Sophomore Debate 1, 23 Extemporaneous Speak-
ing 3, 43 Thorntonian Editorial Staff 3, 43 News Hawks 43
Teen Associate- Editor 43 Radio Club 43 Original Declama-
tion 43 National Honor Society .... EVELYN THOMPSON,
G. A. C. Volleyball 1, 23 Captain Basketball 1. 23 Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Carnival 4 .... LUCIEN TRIMBUR, Monogram
Club 3, 43 Assembly Monitor 43 Track Team 43 Swimming
Team 2, 3, 4 .... KENYON TWEEDELL, Meistersingers 2,
33 President 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 13 Debate
Varsity 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Debate- 13 "The Imag-
inary Invalid" 33 Carnival 2, 3, 43 Thorntonian Staff 3, 43
Dance Orchestra 43 National Honor Society.
RICHARD URAM, Freshman-Sophomore Football 13 Fresh-
man-Sophomore Basketball 1 .... ANNA VAN KRIMPEN,
Band 41 Cadet Orchestra 13 Photography Club lg Orches-
tra 3, 4. . , . HELEN VAN OSTEN, Library Club 2, 3, 43
Commercial Club 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33 Pep Club l, 2,
3, 43 Chronoscope Editorial Staff 3, 45 Publicity Bureau 3,
43 News Hawks 3, 4g National Honor Society .... JOANN
VAN SLYKE, Terrapin Club 43 Pep Club 43 Commercial
Club 43 Library Club 4 .... EVELYN VAN TIL, Pep Club
2, 3g Girls' Chorus 33 Band 33 Cadet Band 21 Photography
Club Secretary 3 .... JOHNNY VEZMAR, Wrestling Team
2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 4, Assembly Monitor 4 ....
DOMINICK VITALE, Heavyweight Football 1, 2, 3, 45
Heavyweight Basketball 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Bas-
ketball l3 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-president 33
Assembly Monitor 43 Boys' Club Board 1, 2, 3, 41 Carnival
2, 3, 43 Heavyweight Football Co-Captain 4 .... ALBERT
WAHLGREN, Thorntonian Editorial Staff 23 Assistant
Editor 33 Editor-in-chief 43 News Hawks 2, 3, 43 Pep Club
43 Meistersingers 43 Debate Varsity 2, 33 Freshman-Soph-
omore Debate 1, 23 Original Oratory 1. 2, 3, 43 Radio
Club 4, Chronoscope Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4: Carnival 43
Oratorical Declamation 4: National Honor Society. . . .
LORETTA WAWRZYNIAK, Pep Club 1, 2 .... ARLINE
WEIDIG, Library Club 3, 43 Girls' Club T. F. Pin 33
"Don't Darken My Door" 4 . . . GEORGE WHITMIRE,
Monogram Club 2, 3. 43 Wrestling Team 2. 3, 4 ....
EVELYN WIEGLOS, Pep Club 1 .... VIOLET WIERSMA.
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Pe-p Club 2, 3. 43 G. A. C. Volleyball
13 Captain Basketball 1: Basketball 1. . . PAT WILLIS.
Terrapin Club 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Carnival 2, 3, 43 Girls'
Chorus 2, 3: Commercial Club 4: Freshman-Sophomore
Debate 3 .... GERALDINE WILSON. Cafeteria Assistant
43 Chronoscope- Business Staff 21 Thorntonian Business
LEONARD WINKLER, Heavyweight Football 3 ....
ALFRED WISOWATY. Heavyweight Football 43 Cadet
Band 1, 2 .... ROBERT WULFING .... JOHN YONKE.
Meistersingers 2, 3, 4: Carnival 2, 3, 4: Cheer Leader 1, 2.
3, 4g Monogram Club 3, .43 Tennis Team 2 .... HELEN
YUREK. Band 3. 4: Cadet Band 2g Pep Club 1, 2 ....
DOLORES ZAJAKOWSKI, Entered from St. Joseph High,
Hammond 33 Pep Club 3, 4: Girls'.Club T. F. Pin 4 ....
LUCILLE ZAWORSKI, G. A. C. Volleyball 13 Pep Club 1,
2, 33 Lit-rarv Club 23 Treasurer 3: Vice-president 4 ....
STANLEY ZWIER .... CORA ZYLA. Band 2, 3, 43 Com-
mercial Club 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Carnival 4.
SENIORS NOT IN PICTURES
Lila Mae Martin
.-Y - --7-in-W
CAST OF "DON'T DARKEN MY DOOR": Harvey Dean, Doris Follick, Arle-ne Weidig, Marilyn Crane,
Elizabeth Hesselbarth, Nina Cusick, Bob Rentner.
It may be that what l'm going to tell you should not be told. It is not the usual gushy, "What-a-
super-colossal-stupendous production" stuff. It's fact, though.
The 1942 Senior Class Play just didn't start out right! The cast Wasn't especially cooperative at
the start, rumors were circulating that the play was lousy, and, in general, the outlook must have been
dreary for Mr. Kingdonl One night the cast finally received a much needed talking to and that start-
ed the ball rolling! The play was a smash-hit and everyone was pleased.
Mr. Kingdon exercised much patience and tact-which the cast appreciated after all was said
and done. Such things as screaming at the right pitch, walking correctly, keeping in character, are
the basis of a good play. Some people say they are ujust detaill'-they arel But, what detail!
Bob Rentner practically "took" the play with his characterization of Alec, the farm boy. His
"Clem" effect was hilarious. Doris Follick did a first place job of Poppy, the maid. Marilyn Crane
was tops as the young, romance-stricken girl. All in all, the characters portrayed their parts with more
than average ability.
Although "Don't Darken My Doorn looked pretty "dark" in the beginning it came out in the
lead on April 24, 1942. And why? Because Mr. Kingdon is T. Ffs own "Miracle Manll'
IUNIOR PLAY LEADS
Howard Barker, Abby Abblett
'11, Klan, 911, the
The Iunior Class is solid, in the groove, really
hepl! We've just been playing back the record
they made this past year and it's music to our
They're not destructive by nature, but they
shattered existing attendance records for the Iunior
Class Play on March 11 into a thousand bits. Play-
ing to a capacity audience, "june Mad," a light
comedy involving teen-aged characters, brought in
large enough receipts to guarantee a really super
Iunior-Senior Prom. Clara Ihrig and Marian
McBrair were the co-directors.
And the Class Officers for '42 and this year's
Iunior Council introduced a revolutionary idea-
buying class rings or pins in the third, instead of
in the last year. And the idea caught on so well
that hereafter it may be a general practice.
On the whole, we just can't think of a better
class to take over the places of the present seniors
-than we juniors!!
In the pages that follow each junior will reveal
his pet nickname and his favorite band and pop-
CAST OF "JUNE MAD"
Alma Garland, Gordon Buflington, Charles Wright,
Dorothy Frentress, Barbara Gilbreath, Don Tuttle-,
Jeanette Mills, Howard Barker, Abby Abblett, Gilbert
Dykhuisen, John Grych, Rose Murray, Billy Stewart.
JUNIOR COUNCIL-Seated: Janet Fulker,
Betty Jane Weaver, Betty Buhring, Phyllis
Nordaker, Doris Siegrist. Standing: George
Dockweiler, Walter Pajak, Martin Rach,
Not in picture: Tom Glick.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Seated: Bar-
bara Gilbreath, secretaryg Angie Vitale,
treasurer. Standing: Bob March, vice-presi-
dentg Art Ollrich, president.
ABBY ALYS ABBLETT. . ."Ab,'. . .Wayne King. . .4'StarduSt." DOROTHY BARTKOWSKI. . . . .
"Dot", . .Lawrence Welk. . ."Blues in the Night." HOWARD BARKER. . ."Hob". . .Glenn Miller
. . ."White Cliffs of Dover." VIRGINIA BARTH. . ."Virge" ..... Glenn Miller ..... "Green Eyes."
LORRETTA BARZDA. . ."Louie". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Moonlight Serenade." HERMAN BAXTER
. . . ."Jr.". . . . .Kay Kyser. . . . ."You and I." JIM BEDELL. . ."Beetle". . . .Glenn Miller. . . ."Star-
dust." WILMA BENNETT. . ."Bi1l". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire."
DOLORES BOGACZ. . ."Dee". . .Harry James. . ."You Made Me Love You." GUY BOGART. . .
"Bud". . .Mickey Isley. . ."Texas." DON BOHLING. . ."Don". . .Horace Heidt. RUTH BORING
. . ."Boots". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."You and I." VEYON BOYD. . ."Fifi" .... Horace Heidt. . . ."Made-
line." ELIZABETH BOZEK. . ."Babe". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on
Fire." ELEANOR BRUMM. . ."Ele,'. . .Tommy Tucker. . ."Old Dutch Garden." PAUL BUCHA-
NAN. . ."Buck" .... Horace Heidt .... "A Gay Ranchero." BETTY ANN BUHRING. . ."Bette". . .
Tommy Tucker. . ."Jim." MARYANN CARROW. . ."Mae". .Mickey Isley. ."This Love of Mine?
LOIS CEDERHOLM. . ."Lo" .... Orrin Tucker .... "You and I." ROBERT CHIPPS .... "Bob". . ..
Tiny Hill. . ."Green Eyesf' MARIE COLE. . ."Sweets". . .Dick Jurgens .... "Stardust" WAL-
LACE COSGROVE .... "Horse" ANNA MAE CWETNA .... "Skipper" .... Dick Jurgens .... "To-
night We Love." EULA DAVIS. . ."Eula". . .Art Kassel. . ."Green Eyes." ARNOLD DEKKER
. . ."Arnold". . .Mickey Isley. . ."Beer Barrel Polka." IRENE DERKACS .... "I". . . .Henry Busse. . .
"Tis Autumn." ROSE DENENBURG. . ."Ardy". . .Gene Krupa. . ."In the Hush of the Night."
WINIFRED DE VRIES. . ."Winifred". . .Guy Lombardo. . ."Elmer's Tune." GERTRUDE DOBIS
. . ."Shortstuff',. . .Kay Kyser. . .'AKiss the Boys Goodbye." JANE DOBIS. . ."Srnile-s". .Kay Kyser
. . ."Jim." GEORGE DOCKWEILER. . ."Dock." GILBERT DYKHUISEN .... "Dyke". . . .Dick
Jurgens. . ."You and I." LOIS EENIGENBURG. . ."Lo". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Elmer's Tune." DON-
ALD EGGEBRECHT. . ."Don". . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire." REATHIEL EVAN- '
HOFF. . ."Peggy". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Piano Concerto." DORIS FUEHRMEYER .... "Dora". . . .Kay
Kyser. . ."E1mer's Tune." DOROTHY FRENTRESS. . ."Frenchy". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Kiss the Boys
Goodbye." JOANN FELSECKER. . ."Jo". . .K ay Kyser. ."Piano Concerto." WILLIAM FREY-
MAN. . ."Bi1l". . .Sammy Kaye. . ."I Donlt Want to Set the World on Fire." JANET FULKER
. . ."Boots". . .Kay Kyser. . ."E1mer's Tune? MIKE FURMAN. . ."Mike". . .Sammy Kaye. ."Jim."
ALMA GARLAND. . ."Al". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Green Eyesf, ROSALIE GERCKEN .... "Connie"
. . .Kay Kyser. . ."Aurora." BARBARA GILBREATH. . ."Dimples". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Rhapsody in
Blue." MARGUERITE GLOGER. . ."Marge". . .Glenn Miller. . ."Melancholy Baby."
:', -A, D I
DOROTHY GORECKI. . ."Dot". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Elmer's Tune" .... GENE GRASKA .... ."Sleepy"
. . .Ray Spivik. . ."You and I". . .GERTRUDE GRACZYK. . ."Gert". . .Fred Waring. . . ."If I Had
My Way". . .JACK GROTH. . .'iJack". . .Guy Lombardo. ."If I Didn't Care". . .MARY LOU HADU
. . ."Lou Lou". . .Ted Weems. . ."Tis Autumn". . .MARTHA HAYES. . ."Marty". . .Gene Krupa. . .
"Green Eyes". . .THELMA HOGGATT. . ."Kit". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Tonight We Love". . .MAURICE
HOPPER. . ."Hoppe". . .Terry White. . ."Jim". . .JOAN HOLLOWELL. . ."Jo". . .Jimmy Dorsey. . . .
i'You and I". . .LILLIAN HUDZIK. . ."Huck". . .Glenn Miller. . ."Elrner's Tune". . . BETTY HUIZ-
ENGA. . ."Toots". . .Sammy Kaye. . ."Daddy". . .ERVIN HYBIAK. . ."Erv". .Glenn Miller. . .JOYCE
ISAACSON. . ."Jay',. .Ken Nowlan. ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . .SOPHIE JANIK
. . ."Sophie". . .Gene Krupa. . ."Elmer's Tune". . .RUTH JANICH. . ."Terry". . .Gene Krupa. . ."El-
mer's Tune". . .RICHARD JANOVICK. . ."Dick"..Tiny Hill. ."You Are My Sunshine". .BLANCHE
JANSEN. . ."Blondie". . .Fred Waring. . ."Intermezzo" .... CALVIN JANSEN .... "Calvin". . . .JUNE
JANSEN. . ."June". . .RUTH JOHNSON. . ."Ruth". . .EDDIE JAROSZ .... "Curly". . . .Dick Jurgens
. . ."It Happened in Hawaii". . .HELEN JENKINS. . ."Chicken" .... MAC JOHNSON. . . ."Red". . . .
Kay Kyser. . .f'The Nickle Serenade". . .LEONA KALETA .... "Le" ..... Kay Kyser. . . . .ROBERT
KASPER. . ."Dot". . .Mickey Isley. . ."Amapola". . .JEANNE KIKKERT .... t'Kick". . . .Skinny Ennis
. . ."Sierra Sue". . .JEANNETTE KLEIN. . ."Klein". . .Kay Kyser. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World
on Fire". . .STEPHANY KLISIAK. ."Stevie". . .Griff Williams. . ."Miss You". . . .BOB KMAK. . . .
"Torchy". . ."Blues in the Night". . .LORRAINE KNUTH. . ."Lorraine". . .Gene Krupa. . ."I Don't
Want to Set the World on Fire". . .JOHN KOSHMAN. . ."Pork". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Jim". . . .MARY
BETH KOVACH. . ."Susie". . .Gene Krupa. . ."Time Was" .... ED KUHLMAN .... "Shorty". . . .Les
Brown. . ."Time- Was". . .WILLA LACKEY. . ."Bill". . .Erskine Hawkins. . ."I Know Why". . .MAR-
JORIE LA LONDE. . .'iMargie". . .Glenn Miller .... "Do You Care?" .... MILDRED LANGE. . . .
"Millie". . ."A1exander's Rag Time Band". . .JACK LA NOUE. . ."Jocko". . .Blue Baron. . ."Birth
of the Blues". . .GLORIA LEFF. . ."Pat". . .Kay Kyser. . .t'Piano Concerto". . .JAMES LIETZAN
. . ."Jimmy". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Deep in the Heart of Texas" .... JOAN LIETZAN. . . ."Joan". . . .
BERYL LOCHTE. . ."Beryl". . .Kay Kyser. . .HI Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . .LEON-
ARD LOCKHART. . ."Leonard". . .Harry James .... "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . . .
LUELLA LORENZ. . ."Lue". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Tonight We Love". . .FLORENCE LYNN. . ."Flos-
sie". . ."I Like Variety". . ."Birth of the Blues". .DOROTHY LUTHER. . ."Dot". . .Kay Kyser. . . .
"You and I."
,.., ... 'rv' ,.., . L.
LARRY MADISON. . ."Larry". . .Tommy Tucker. . ."Deep in the Heart of
MAGDZIAK. . ."Bub.bles". .Dick Jurgens. ."Concerto for Two". . .CATHERINE MANGIARACINA
. . ."Katy". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."You and I". . .ROBERT MARCH. . ."Mush". . .Artie Shaw.. ."Mo-
zart's Concerto in F Major-in eleven differentvariationsn. . .EILEEN MC LAUGHLIN. . ."Patl'
. . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Tschaikowski Concerto in B Minor". . .WILLIAM MILLER .... "Bill". . .Law-
rence We-lk. . ."Stardust". . .DOLORES MILLER. . ."Dolores" .... Kay Kyser .... "Piano Concerto"
...JACK MILLER .... "Jack" .... Mickey Isley .... 'Chattanooga Choo-Choo". . .JEANETTE MILLS
. . ."Jeanne". . .Wayne King. . ."Piano Concerto". . .RICHARD MIOTKE. . ."Richard". . .Dick Jur-
gens. . .UHut Sut Song". . .KENNETH MOOR. . ."Kenneth". . .Paul Whiteman. . ."Rose OlDay". . .
CAPTOLA MORGIN. . ."Cap". . .Dick Jurgens .... "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . . .
ROSE MARIE MURRAY. . ."Rose Marie-". . .Art Kassel. . ."Piano Concerto". . .MIKE NAGY. . . .
"Mike'l. . .Kay Kyser. . ."Stardust". . .HAZEL NAMMINGA .... "Hazel" .... Skinny Ennis. . . ."El-
mer's Tune". . .GLENDOLA NAVE. . ."Dola. . .Jimmy Dorsey. . ."These Are the Things I Love"
. . .PHYLLIS NORDAKER. . ."Phyl". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Rhapsody in Blue". . .MARJORIE NOWAK
. . ."Marge'l. . .Lawrence Welk. . ."La Golendrinap. . .HELENA PACTWA. . ."Le-e". . .Horace Heidt
. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . .WILLIAM PADJEN. . ."Calf". . .Fred Waring. ."I
Hear a Rhapsodyu. . .WALTER JOHN PAJAK. . ."Wal1y". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Blue Champagne". .
Texas". . .BERNICE
RUTH PARKER. . ."Ruth". . .Kay Kyser. . ."You and I" .... JENNIE PENS .... "Jeannie". . . .Dick
Jurgens. . ."Miss You". . . NADINE PERDUE. . ."Nadine". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Maria Elena". . .DON-
ALD PETERSEN. . ."Pete". . .Glenn Miller. . ."Daddy" ..... LORRAINE PLUMPOWSKI. . . . ."Lo1'-
1'aine". . .VIRGINIA PLYS. . ."Virgie"'. . .Kay Kyser. . ."Green Eyes" .... CONRAD POCHRON. . . .
"Connie". . .Lou Breeze. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . .FLORENCE POLKA. . ..
"Flo". . .Lawrence Welk. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire". . .BETTY POWELL...
"Betty". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Yours". . .ALFRED PRICE. . ."Alfred". . .JOE PREISSIG. . . ."Joe"'. . . .
Blue Baron. . ."Green Eyes". . .EMILY PURKO. . ."Em". . .Jimmy Dorsey. . ."Green Eyes". . .MAR-
JORIE O'BRIEN. . ."Margie". . .JUNE OBERLA. . ."Tiny" .... Fred Waring .... t'Elmer's Tune". . . .
ART OLLRICH. . ."Art". . .Kay Kyser. . ."San Antonio Rose" .... ANN MARIE OLSEN. . . ."Pee
Wee". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Daddy". . .MARTIN RACH ..... "Martin" ..... Frankie- Masters. . . ."Daddy"
. . .DORIS RECKER. . ."Dode". . .Horace Heidt. . .t'Foolish" .... EDWARD REDMAN .... 'iEddy". . . .
Mickey Isley. . ."Shamrock". . .CHARLES REED. . ."Yehudi,'. . .Kay Kyser. . ."Old Black Joe". . .
PAT REGNIER. . f'Jitterbug". . .Wayne King. . ."Intermezzo". . .RELLA RAE REX. . ."Re1la". . .
STEVE RICHWALSKI. . ."Steve". . .Art Kassel. . ."Shepherd Serenade". . .HERMAN RIDDLER. . .
IUNIORS NOT IN PICTURES
De Vries. Dorothy Ann
De Vries, Henry
THERESA SADOWSKI. . ."Turner". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Miss You". . .EDWARD SCHUTZ E
...Barry Redley. . ."I'm a Little Teapot". . .MARIAN SCHUTZ .... "Sis Glenn Miller T1
Revei1le". . .CARL SCIACKITANO. . ."V!8". . .Kay Kyser. . ."You and I JANET SEARLES
t'Jan". . .Glenn Miller. . ."This Is No Laughing Matter" .... ANNETTE SERTIC Ann Cab
Calloway. . ."Ma Ma Marie". . .CATHERINE SERTIC. . ."Kay". . .Xavier Cugat Peanut Vendor
. . .JIM SEVERA. . ."Jimmy". , .Dick Jurgens. . ."Sunrise Se-renadeu. . .EVELYN SEVERIN E
. . .Lawrence Welk. . ."Elmer's Tune". . .RICHARD SIEGFRIED. . ."A Po Dick Jurgens
mer's Tune". . .DORIS SIEGRIST. . ."Dode". . .Charlie Spivak. . ."For Whom the Bells Toll
LOUISE SIKORSKI. . ."Speed". . .Kay Kyser. . ."Maria Elena". . .JACK SIMS Simmy Dick
Jurgens. . ."Blue Champagne". . .MARGARET SMITH. . ."Margaret". .HELEN SNYDER Helen
. . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Green Eyes". . .HAROLD SPANNAN. . ."Horky". . Kay Kyser I Dont
Want to Set the World on Fire". . .JACK SOLOMON. . ."Jack" .... THOMAS STACHOWICZ
'iTom". . .ELAINE STAHL. . ."Emiline". . .Del Courtney. . ."Elmer's Tune DONNA MAE STEIN
BERG. . ."Don". . .Dimples. . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Elmer's Tune". . .JAMES STATON Teimite
Kay Kyser. . ."Till Reveillen. . .MARY STEVENS. . ."Eppie" .... Kay Kyser Elmer s Tune
WILLIAM STEWART. . .'KBill". . .Harry James. . ."I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire
SHERM STOLL. . ."Sherm". . .GLENN STRAUSER. . ."Glenn". . .BERT SWANSON Gipp
Kay Kyser. ."Tonight We Love". .DONALD TUTTLE. f'Eppie". . .Kay Kyser Elmer s Tune
. . .HERMAN ULANDOWSKI .... "Boorie". . .Tommy Dorsey. . ."You and I NORMA URBAN
SKI. . ."Nosha". . .Sammy Kaye. . ."You and I". . .ANGELINE VITALE Angie Glenn Miller
. . ."Moonlight". . .LOUIS VRAB. . ."L.ouis" . . .RITA WACLAWEKH. . ."R1ta Lawrence Welk
"San Antonio Rose". . .CHESTER WALEROWICZ . . ."Chet" .... ESTHER WALTERS Esta
BETTY JANE WEAVER. . f'Bet". . .ERVIN WIENING. . ."Erv'l. . .ANNE WINIARCZYK Har'
ka". . .Dick Jurgens. . ."Amapola". . .EMILY WOJCIK. . ."Em". . .DOROTHY WOLLETT Dot
. . .MARGIE WOOLSEY. . ."Margie". . .DOLORES YARCK .... "Dusty" Horace Heidt The
White Cliffs of Dover". . .DONALD ZENTZ. . ."Don". . .DON ZIMMERMAN Don ALTON
ZWIER. . ."Al."
Van Drunen, Milton
Outer semicircle: Alaimo, Alward, Ault, Ault, Avenatti, Barnes, Barzda, Bauer, Berwanger, Blozak,
Boer, Boglarsky, Bonin, Boothe, Borgman, Bragg, Brakebill. Row 2: Brarnbos, Brough, Buffing-
ton, Burkhart, Callahan, Capteine, Carey D., Carey M., Carroll, Chipps, Ciastko, Collins, Crevis-
ton. Row 3: Croak, Cunningham, Cwiklinski, Czarnscki, Dankowski, De Vries, De Vries, Dub-
bert, Duda, Dunn, Dutczak, Dyer. Row 4: Eggebrecht, Eidner, Falkenstrom, Falvo, Fisher
Forner, Frevert, Frey, Funk, Gabrich. Row 5: Gercken, Giczewski, Giglio, Gleim, Gill, Gner-
lich, Gocko, Gordon. Row 6: Gotham, Goyke, Grady, Green, Groth, Gudge-on. Row 7: Hagdohl
Hanrahan, Hansen, Harle. Row 8: Harthun, Hays.
Outer semicircle: Hasley, Hebert, Heckman, Herman, Heintz, Henley, Heyde, Hickman, Hoff
Hoge, Horvatich, Jaranowski, Jevyak, Jones, Kale-ta, Kaminski, Keller. Row 2: Kettwig, Kickert
Kiel, Kimmet, Klank, Knoe-rzer, Knott, Komorowski, Konvalinka, Kooy A., Kooy N., Kraft
Krisco, Kroncke. Row 3: Kross, Larrence, Lauerman, Lawson, Leff, Lesmeister, Linkiewicz
Lorenz, Lorenz, Mc Closky, Maciejewski, Majcherek. ROW 4: Malkowski, Marshall, Mazer
Mazur, Mika, Mitchell, Mitchell, Murrin, Musgrave, Nashkoff. Row 5: Nichter, Niernic, Niernic
Ooms, Ostrowski, Papa, Parks. Row 6: Peeples, Peters, Pike, Pintar, Polka, Preidis. Row 7
Prizner, Raczkowski, Reich, Renicker. Row 8: Rentner B., Rentner D.
Outer semicircle: Rogalski, Ruiter, Rzepczynski, Saclowski, Sadowski, Sass, Schatz, Scheifke,
Schopp, Schultz, Sciacero, Shuroski, Sidote, Sikorski, Smith, Smith, Stephan. Row 2: Stevens,
Stoll, Sweeney, Szymanski, Tanis, Thaldorf, Thompsuon, Trinowski, Urbanski, Vanderby, Van
Drunen, Van Heest, Van Osten, Voss, Row 3: Walerowicz, Wallace, Wass, Wartman, Weaver,
Weinberg, Wilke, Winterhoff H., Winterhoff L., Wisowaty, Wojcik, Workman. Row 4: Wretman.
Wl'igllt,W1'lght,ZaCHy,ZalT1plllO,Z31EWSkl,Ze1ZSI',ZiCk, Starnes, Agosta. Row 5: Alward, Armstrong,
Augustynek, Aumick, Beach, Becker, Becchino, Besse. ROW 6: Bierman, Barton, Bleck, Block,
Bogart, Bojarski. Row 7: Bogart, Borak. Borowski, Braschler. Row 8: Broomhead, Breu.
Outer semicircle: Burke, Burkhart, Butler, Butler, Buzzanca, Carr, Caruso, Collins, Comforti, Cosen-
tino, Cosgrove D., Cosgrove V., Cowenhoven, Culp, Cunningham, Cwetna, Darby. Row 2: Davidson
Dekker, Detloif, Dorbowski, Deering, Drury, Dunn, Ecklund, Eggebrecht, Erlewein, Fanta, Fer-
rantella, Fiedler, Gawlinski. Row 3: Geisen, Genko, Giczewski, Gindl, Greenwood, Gregory
Holifield, Haney, Hasiak, Hedges, Heimbuck, Ileintz. R0w 4: Henderson, Hill, Hillegonds, Hindle
Hoeskma, Hoggatt, Horvatich, Hoselton, Huizenga, Hurysz, Row 5: Ignatowski, Isaacson, Jeglow-
ski, Jenkins, Jerz, Jerzyk, Jeserwig, Jones. Row 6: Jurecki. Kaleta, Kaleta, Karl. Katauskas,
Keilman. Row 7: Kemp, Kieras, Kikkert, Klisurich. Row 8: Kmak, Kobitka.
ggi , .
Outer semicircle: Koharko, Kohler, Kolbaba, Kollar, Koselke, Kovacheif, Kraegel, Krygier,
Kuharski, Kvedaras, Lambert, Lange, La Noue, Larrance, Larson, Lebek, Lisenfelt. Row 2:
Liesenfelt, Lietzan, Luth, Lutz, Lynde, Lynn, MacMillan, McDaniel, McKenna, Madison, Mancino,
Maginot, Malcolm, Marshall. Row 3: Marshall, Matthews B., Matthews G., Matysiak, Maupin,
Mayer, Mead, Merlo, Meyer, Miner, Miller, Miniuk. Row 4: Mohr, Molnar, Morgan, Mossel,
Muschelewicz, Novak, Novak, Olsen, Olsen, Ooms. Row 5: Owczarzak, Ostrander, Panfil, Parker,
Paszekewicz, Petersen, Pierzchalski, Planalp. Row 6: Plant, Pochron, Pomilia, Porter, Potocki,
Prakaitis. Row 7: Pranger, Pyrz, Quattropani, Rach. R0w 8: Rardin, Regnier.
Outer semicircle: Reichert, Rex, Riordan, Ritsema, Roberge, Roge-rs, Rompca, Romszewicz, Ruda,
Ruff, Ruttledge, Sadowski, Samuel, Schoon. Row 2: Sebastien, Seestadt, Serafini, Serf, Sesta-
kauckas, Siatta, Siede-lman, Siedentopf, Siegfried, Sikora, Sikorski, Skiba, Smith, Sobczak. Row
3: Sonnenberg, Sosnowski, Spannon, Spinler, Spogis, Springet, Stachowicz, Schuman, Stasiak,
Stre-akle, Steinkraus, Stenberg. Row 4: Strand, Striebel, Sweeney, Swendsen, Szefc, Telechori
Trebellas, Tuorn, Ulandowski, Van Drunen. ROW 5: Van Krimpen, Vierk, Wahlgren, Walerczyk,
Walerowicz, Wisowaty, Whitmore, Wojciechowski, Row 6: Yess, Yureck, Zela, Zendzian, Ziem-
bowski. R0w 7: Zimnywoda, Abate, Fladeland, Francze. Row 8: Schultz, Schultz.
if X we k Vi
G. C. BOARD
Row 1: Janet Searles, Dolores Bogacz, Peany Hesse-lbarth, Abby Abblett, Virginia Fedosky, Dor-
othy Lucito, Sophie Sarros. Alma Sausaman.
Row 2: Betty McCloskey, Nelda Berger, Eileen McLaughlin, Phyllis Nordaker, Betty Buhring,
Miss Anna Schmidt, Angie Vitale, Betty Rentner, Rita Strand, Barbara Gilbreath, Faye
Sausaman, Lillian Horst.
Row 3: Jeanette Mills, June Oberla, Charleen Zelzer, Doris Siegrist, Marie Coles, Mary Alice
Carroll, Lila Mae Winterhoff, Thelma Hoggatt, Norma Urbanski, Delores Wartman, Nora
Heimbuch, Marjorie Nowak.
Not in picture: Jo Ann Clark, Adelaide Miller, Betty Anne- Rappe, Sarah Rider.
The Girls' Club had an unusually successful year of activities including social af-
fairs and community service. Its fine record started rolling on September 9 when, at the
first board meeting, they planned the Big Little Sister Party in charge of Lillian Horst,
made an announcement of the first tea on September 17, and appointed committees for the
Girls, Club Dance. Outsiders were permitted to come to the dance this year for the first
time and Phyllis Nordaker, chairman of the dance, was happy to see the record breaking
number of 140 couples attend the Mexican Fiesta.
STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
Seated-Elizabeth Hesselbarth, "Hi Lites"g Nelda
Berger, Cardsg Faye Sausaman, Teasg Nora Heim-
buch, Ticketsg Virginia Fedosky, President.
Standing-Rita Strand, Defense Stampsg Alma
Sausaman, Refreshments: Lillian Horst, Big and
Little Sisters: Sophie Sarros, Community Service.
Not in picture: Jo Ann Clark, Candy Sales: Ade-
laide Miller, Publicity: Betty Ann Rappe,
Sophie Sarros, who was in charge of community service, took care of Christmas
seals, and the filling of Thanksgiving baskets.
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y was the cry of the girls under Peany Hesselbarth who worked
hard at their defense social to make enough money to help purchase a 375.00 War Bond.
Later the club promoted the sale of defense stamps, going all out for National Defense.
So the calendar is brought up to date and the Hallowe'en party, the Alumni party,
the teas, the Boys' and Girls' Club Skating party, the Senior breakfast, Bow-day are things
of the past.
One more important date is left, the Mother-Daughter Party on May 1. The guest
speaker, Miss Smithies, was from University High, the University of Chicago. T. F. pins
were awarded and a cup for the most active girl was presented. Then came the installation
of new board members and the revealing of the new Girls' Club president.
If the next year is as successful as this one, there won't be any need to make a rec-
ord because it will all be broken anyway.
SENIOR GIRLS WITH T. F. PINS
Row l: Alma Sausman, Mary Gabrich, Faye
Sausaman, Pauline Gloger, Helen Van Osten,
Frances Kaelin, Sophie Sarros, Betty Anne
Row 2: Emma Peters, Jo Ann Clark, Catherine
Scriver, Nora Heimbuch, Mary Sabados,
Loretta Skarbek, Doris Follick, Arline
Row 3: Nelda Berger, Rita Strand, Vera Reynolds,
Lillian Horst, Adelaide Miller, Dorothy
Lucito, Jean Ostrowski, Wilene Steinkraus,
Row 4: Marie Lorenz, Norma Goyke, Corrine
Tarras, Frances Rogalski, Caroline Klimek,
Clara Lamb, Elizabeth Hesselbarth, Vir-
ginia Fedosky, Pat Stapley
Top: Vernell Kraay, Dorothy Krass, Lydia Rick-
mann, Delphine Podraza
Not in picture-: Irene Borowski, Nora Snyder,
Virginia Sulicz, Pat Willis i
D ' gm
Row 1-Lucille Komorowski, Doris Schutz, Norma Goyke, Elsie Mill, Pauline Gloger, Irene
Row 2-Dorothy Lucito, Laura Marshall, Leona Szal, Mable Lehmker, Pat Willis, Joann Van
Slyke, Cora Zyla
Not in picture: Helen Van Osten, Lydia Rickmann
Dictating-Anna Mae Eismin
Row 1: Russell Burke-, Leonard Gill, Vernon Gruhlke, Bernice Magdziak, Marjorie Nowak, Ger-
trude Dobis, Dolores Wartman, Elsie Mill, Tom Voss
Row 2: Jimmy Lynde. Bob Kroncke, Walter Raasch, Martin Rach, Bob Striebel, Mr. Koedyker.
Norman Smith, Walter Pajak, Eleanor Romszewicz
Not in picture: Paul Jones, Rose Denenburg, Doris Schutz
Seated: Leonard Cwiok, Ioe
Ierz, Bill Stewart
Standing: Mr. Luce, Walter
Gindl, Carl Falkenstrom,
At table-Gordon Buffington,
Miss Martin, Virginia Sulicz
At "mike'l-Elizabeth Hessel-
barth, lack Riota, Wayne
Seated at right-Doris Follick,
Standing at right-Edgar The-
dens, Albert Wahlgren
Not in picture: Betty Anne
Rappe, Shirley Mead. Harv-
ey Dean, Harold Perkins.
1. Homecoming Interviews October 23
2. Music Double Sextette directed by Mr. Kingdom November 6
3. Carnival preview November 20
4. Play, "Home for Christmas" , December 19
5. Consumer Education class Round Table discussion on war problems Ianuary 15
6. Patriotic program directed by Mrs. Canaga Ianuary 29
7. Tuberculosis play, "To Every Man His Battlel' Qdirected by Miss Martinj February 12
8. Meistersingers directed by Mr. Christian March 5
9. St. Patrickis Day play "The Way of Shawnn directed by Miss Martin March 19
10. Double Sextette directed by Mr. Kingdon April 16
11. Play, "Sixteen" April 30
12. Mother's Day Program May 14
13. Mr. Davis's speakers May 28
14. Senior Personalities Iune 11
During the past year the Radio Club under Miss Martin was organized on a permaa
nent basis. Instead of officers, the club chose board members to be in charge of the diff-
erent phases of production. The board for the past year were: Announcing, Wayne Mc-
Mulling Continuity, Lillian Horst: Production, Mary Alice Carroll, Music, Doris Follick:
Publicity Manager, Elizabeth Hesselbarthg and Business Manager, Harvey Dean.
BOYS' CLUB BOARD
Seated: Bob March, Tom Shaffer, Pete Bereolos fPresidentj Charles Cullum fsecretaryj Fred Vor-
sanger, Mr. Iames Leonard QSponsorQ, lack La Noue
Standing: Charles Green, William Padjen, Iohn Padjen, Leonard Lockart, Russell Buhring, Danny
Sestakauckas, Edward Kuhlman, Mario Agosta, Dominic Vitale, Ioe Stephenson
Q ' .7 '
Pete Bereolos called to order the last meeting of the 1941-42 Boys' Club Board and looking
back at the past year, found that it was a successful one, indeed. One of the first events given by
the club was the welcoming party on September 24 for the freshmen boys. At Thanksgiving the
Boys' Club helped the Girls Club in the filling and distributing of baskets on November 19. On
March 13 the boys entertained their fathers at the Father-Son Party, where a swell program was
presented and refrshments were served. Next was the Boys' Club-Girls' Club Roller Skating Party
given at the Palace Roller Rink on March 23. The last event on the social calender was the Boys'
Club Dance on April 17, having a most appropriate theme, for the decorations centered around
the idea of "Blackout," Tables around the dance floor were lighted with candles in bottlesg signs
read "Bomb Shelterf' there were sand
bags and a realistic entrance to air
raid shelters. The programs were in
the shape of a bomb. The music was
provided by Reynold Yonug and his
It was the first year that outsiders
were allowed at a Boys' Club Dance
and a record breaking crowd attended.
The year's activity list was lastly
filled with gifts of clothing to needy
boys in the school.
Morale Squad The Bomb Shelter
Smiling up at you, you wouldn't dream of the clocklike ma-
chinery that whirs and buzzes in the head of Miss Iaacks, a record
in herself with as sweet a story as you'd ever like to hear.
"Why," she exclaimed, "thousands and thousands and thou-
sands of dollars go through room 221 every year, and this year is
the best year we've ever had."
When I asked her what TICKETS have that "get" her she
peeped up at me and just said, "lt's fun". She claims that she
can't sell anything herself but likes to hound other people, bawl
them out, and tell them to bring her some money. And they do.
A reliable crew of fifteen is what does the ticket selling and
the arduous process involved in stamping the ticktes. From sea-
son to season starting in September, the same ones sell, making
themselves known and knowing others.
The strategy of good ticket sellers is to "dog" the very foot-
steps of the Hvictiml' but still be so pleasant that he doesn't realize
that there is such a calculating hound at his heels. Good advice for
this type of a pastime, says Miss Iaacks, is to start at the beginning
of the year and to continuously sell anything and everything.
What is derived from this gruelling work? A sense of accur-
acy and responsiblity is the answer. You will develop a pleasing
personality, enlarge your circle of friends, lose that shyness and be
able to approach anyone in an easy manner.
If you like to "get around" just sell tickets. It's fun!
Back: Miss Jaacks, John Duda,
Jim Swendsen, Bob Gralik.
Row 1: Sara Jane Ogden, Doris
Schutz, Norman Lange- Row
2: Wanda Steakle, Louella Lo-
renz, Anna Mae Eisman, Mar-
tha Hayes, Eileen Nichter,
Florence Lorenz, Harold Per-
kins. Row 3: Margaret Sikorski,
Barbara Hindle, Madge Van
Heest, Wilma Bennett, Marcel
Cerf. Insert: "Maxie" Rey-
nolds. Not in picture: Richard
Hedges, Ruth Johnson, Rolan
Kolbala, Anton Konvalinka,
Helen Madjak, Norman Smith,
Wayne McMullin, Virginia Fe-
TOP SALESMEN KP. 523
Standing: June Hanrahan, Bet-
ty Rentner, Leonard Gill. Seat-
ed on chairs: Tom Shaffer,
Wayne McMullin, Albert
Wahlgren. On Floor: Barbara
Brough, Mary Alice Carroll,
Clarice Raczkowski. Seated in
front of group: Miss Jaacks.
Not in picture: Virginia Fe-
June Hanrahan, Roberta Madi-
son, Rita Strand, Wayne Mc-
Mullin, Mack Budzowski, A1-
bert Wahlgren, Mary Alice
Carroll, Betty Rentner, Bar-
bara Brough. Not in picture:
Row 1: Barbara Brough, Betty
Rentner, Dolores Wartman,
Mary Alice Carroll, Rita
Strand, Wayne McMullin, Row
2: June Hanrahan, John Vez-
mar, Virginia Fedosky, Albert
Wahlgren, Mack Budzowski.
Not in picture: Tom Shaffer.
Row 1: Nelda Berger,
Shirley Kross, Annette
Goyke, Anna Gocko,
Rose Marie Murray,
Nora Snyder, Ieanne
Seated: Ioann Felsecker,
Standing: Shirley Black-
Not in picture: lane Al-
Seated: Erma Ault, Dor-
othy Wollett, Faye
Sausaman, Virginia Fe-
Standing: Pat Regnier,
Alice Kraft, Violet
Maekoviak, Evelyn Da-
bich, Helen Nowak.
LIBRARY CLUB PRESIDENT
Seated: Fanchon Remund
Standing: Delphine Podraza
Seated: Lois Knott, Hel-
Standing: Elaine Stahl,
Maryann Dutczak, Lo-
Not in picture: Lydia
Seriver, Gertrude Do-
bis, Clara Lamb
Seated: Adelaide Miller,
Alma Sausaman, Nor-
ma Larrance, Evelyn
Standing: Marjorie No-
wak, Eleanor Romsze-
wicz, lean Ostrowski,
Not in picture: Pauline
Seated: Mary Conley
Standing: V i r g i n i a
Heintz, Charlene Zel-
zer, Elsie Mill, Ioann
Van Slyke, Dorothy
Krieger, Reathiel Evan-
Row 1: Arline Weidig,
Dorothy Frentress, Io
Row 2: Betty Rentner,
Virginia Sulicz, Thel-
ma Hoggatt, Ioan Hol-
lowell, Nellie De Vries,
Row 3: Dolores Zaj a-
kowski, Lucy Zaworski
Not in picture: Betty
Seated: Frances Kaelin,
Loretta Barzda, Flor-
Standing: Florence Lor-
enz, Rosalie Gercken,
Evelyn Au't, Wilene
Lucito, Lucille Koma-
Seated: Corinne Tarras, Ed-
gar Thedens, Florence Lynn
Standing: Mr. Davis, Wil-
fred Kraegel, Mr. Legg
Not in picture: Bill Gibbons
Foreground: Florence Lynn,
Cseatedb, Edgar Thedens,
Seated: Corinne Tarras,
Emily Dankowski, Phyl-
lis Alward, Wilma Ben-
nett, Madge Van Heest,
Erma Ault, Evelyn Ault,
Alice Hickman, Mary
Standing: Mr. Legg, Rose
Marie Murray, Kathleen
Callahan, Howard Bark-
er, Wilfred Kraegel, Ken-
yon Tweedell, Gordon
Bufiington, Richard Si-
korski, Mr. Davis
Not in picture: Doris Sie-
grist, Vera Reynolds
The debate and speech teams really get around!! Multiply by two the mileage of trips
taken by an athletic team, and you'll have a conservative estimate of how far we travel an-
nually. Behind the impressive accumulation of wins, you'll find tedious hours of research,
practice, and mapping of strategy under the supervision of coaches Davis and Legg. We
won five major debate and four major speech tournaments.
A resume of major trips and tournaments for the '42 season goes something like this:
Feb. 6-7-180 miles to Augustana for the Annual Rock Island Debate Tourney . . . 6
wins . . . 6 losses . . . schools from four states entered.
Feb. 14-l75 miles to State Normal College at Charleston . . . met the tough South-
ern Illinois teams which are all perennial contenders in the State finals . . . debate, first
QThedens, Gibbons, Tarras, Lynnjg speech, fifth place.
Feb. 21-TF sponsored a speech tourney involving 110 contestants fom eight schools .
. . Won ourselves by a landslide.
Feb. 28-Clark sponsored a five school speech meet . . . took first . . . Thedens first
in extemp and Follick first in poetry.
March 21-Mendota-Annual Northern District debate tournament . . . second place
. . qualified us for Nationals . . . not held this year.
March 28-Proviso Sectionals in Maywood . . . debate team, first . . . Rappe, serious
reading, first . . . Thedens, extemp, first . . . Buffington, comedy reading, second . . .
Wahlgren, original oratory, third . . . Miller, oratorical declamation, fourth. Our accumu-
lation of points made us Sweepstake Champs and earned us banners and individual awards.
Seated: Wilfred Kraegel,
Edgar Thedens, Doris
Standing: Mr. Davis, Al-
bert Wahlgren, Nelda
Mary Alice Carroll,
Charleen Pike, B e t t y
Ann Rappe, Vera Rey-
nolds, Marjorie Bauer,
Row 1: Adelaide Miller,
Alice' Hickman, Albert
Row 2: Corinne Tarras,
Ka th le e n Callahan,
Evelyn Ault, Erma
Wilfred Kraegel, Edgar
Thedens, Corinne Tarras,
Not in picture: Bill
Corinne Tarras, Betty
Ann Rappe, Doris Fol-
lick, June Hanrahan
Row 1: Gordon Buffing-
ton, Doris Follick,
Marjorie Bauer, June
Row 2: Alton Zwier,
Phyllis Harle, Doris
April 18-Bloomington Wesleyan College hit the jackpot here debate, first
Thedens rated by the point system as the tourney s best debater Gibbons judged sec
ond . . . Thedens, first in extemp Wahlgren, first, original oratory Rappe, second,
serious reading . . . Buffington, second, comedy reading Harle, third, comedy reading
. . . earned six banners for TF
April 24-25-State Meet at U of Illinois debaters undefeated in sw rounds to tie for
first as State Champs with the powerful Du Quoin squad Rappe second best serious
reader in Illinois . . Thedens added another first to his extempore work Buffington
and Wahlgren barely missed placing earned two trophies and two 1nd1v1dual medals
Seated: Nora Snyder, Elizabeth Hesselbarth, Virginia Fedosky, Tom Shaffer
Standing: Emma Peters, Jo Ann Clark, Edgar Thedens, Rita Strand, Lillian Horst
Left to right: Betty Ann Rappe, Wayne McMullin, Kenyon Twee-dell, Nelda Berger, Lydia Rick-
mann, Pauline Gloger, Wilfred Kraegel, Frances Kaelin
Seated: Helen Van Osten, Sophie Sarros
Row l: Martha Hayes, Florence Lynn, Dorothy Frentress, Alma Garland, Rella Rae- Rex, Bar-
bara Gilbreath, Dolores Bogacz
Row 2: Wilma Bennett, Dorothy Ostrander, Doris Recker, Vera Reynolds, Phyllis Nordaker,
Row 32 Doris Siegrist, Betty Jane Weaver, Rose Marie Murray, Dolores Miller, Eileen McLaugh-
lin. Janet Searles
It's just like those records -- they go round and round and are
played over and over again. The only difference is that it takes two
weeks to play that thing called "THORNTONIAN" and the record
never changes. We can compare it to a symphony-divide it up onto
The first movement consists of a thing called an assignment sheet,
which lists all the articles that will go into the next issue of the
THORNTONIAN. The name of the reporter, the length of the article,
and the date on which it is due are down there too. Each of these as-
signments is copied on a slip of paper and given to the reporter. He
writes the article and turns it in to the editor who checks it off on his
The second movement begins with typing all the articles and send-
ing them out to the printer. The typed articles had to be copyread, that
is they must be corrected for spelling, punctuation, and factual accuracy
by at least three people. Then headlines must be written on each
piece of news and the size of type, width of the printed column, and
general makeup of each piece indicated. This movement concludes with
the delivery of the finished copy to the printer.
A few days later the third movement begins. In the meantime type
has been set up in the print shop and two sets of proof have been print-
ed. These are delivered to the editorial staff together with the original
typed copy. One set of proof is carefully read over and all the errors are
corrected. The other set is cut up into separate articles and pasted on a
dummy, which is a sheet of paper the size of a printed THORNTON-
IAN. The corrected proof and the dummy are once more sent to the
printer and after making the indicated corrections he puts the paper
together as it is on the dummy-sheet.
Our symphony ends on a joyful note when the printed papers are
folded and made ready for delivery to the eager student body. Then
the long awaited climax is reached. Do they like it? Is this latest per-
formance of "Thornto'1ian" a success? Does our symphony meet with
the approval of the audience?
There is only one trouble. Tomorrow the whole thing has to start
over again-just like a juke box with only one record.
Il Il H ' M,
Another milestone in the history of Fractional is the new maga-
zine, TEEN, which was received with enthusiasm when it made its
appearance on May 1.
The search for T.F. talent was not in vain, as all sorts of ingenuity
and cleverness were uncovered by the English Teachers in their classes.
Miss Ihrig, Mr. Davis, Miss McBrair, Miss Helen Brazzill, Miss Demp-
kowski, Miss Iaacks, Miss Remund, and Miss Kessinger collected most
of the material and much credit is due them for their help in getting
In the 34 pages were crammed 55 stories, and out of the 41 contest-
ants these winners were judged by Mrs. Earl Davis as having the most
original and interesting contributions. Short stories-Marilou Carroll.
Essays-Albert Wahlgren. Poetry-Leonard Lute.
Sponsors of the magazine are Miss Moe and Miss Iaacks. Everyone
is interested in making this magazine an annual publication.
Seated: Albert Wahl-
M's S' 'id
gren, 1 s 121
Standing: C 0 r in n e
Back: Barbara Gil-
Hayes, Wayne Mc-
Front: Adelaidc- Mil-
ler, H e l e n Van
ha as it-Jfwyt go
THORNTONIAN CIRCULATION STAFF
Against wall: Lillian Horst, Barbara Gilbreath,
Marjorie Bauer, Charleen Pike, Rita Strand,
Mary Butler, Kathleen Callahan, Leonard
Gill, Don Berwanger, Eileen Nichter
l: Marguerite Gloger, Irma Reich, Kate
2: Clarice Raczkowski, Madge Van Heest,
Shirley Kross, lune Hanrahan
3: Betty Rentner, Lucille Papa, Nancy Wahl-
4: Lois Knott, Virginia Fedosky
5: Bob Kroncke, Nelda Berger
in picture: Shirley Blackburn, Sarah Rider,
1: Emmy Lou Stachowicz, Eileen Nichter,
Pat Willis, Thelma Cosgrove, Doris Croak
2: Dolores Rentner, Betty Rentner, Doris
Siegrist, Vera Reynolds, lean Ostrowski,
3: Gertrude Graczyk, Dorothy Kmak, Frances
Kaelin, Thelma Hoqqatt, Barbara Hindle,
4: Bob March, Albert Reuhl, Bruce McDaniel,
Mario Agosta, Bob Kroncke, Dolores Miller,
Nancy Wahlqren, Kathleen Callahan, Frances
in picture: Shirley Blackburn, Virginia Bul-
tema, Rosalie Gerken, Dorothy Luther, Margie
Seated: Dolores Miller, Doris Follick, Wilfred
Kraegel, Edgar Thedens
Standing: Vera Reynolds, Dorothy Ostrander, Doris
Sieqrist, Miss Moe, Ianet Searles, Barbara
Gilbreath, Iohn Padjen
Need We say that had it not been for those hard-Working boys and
girls, those students with originality and ingenuity, we would not have
this "luscious', CHRONOSCOPE?
Every year about March the Thorntonian staff takes a vacation-
Well, anyway, a vacation from the Thorntonian. They turn the job of
writing the newspaper over to the journalism class as a tryout test to
various members of
of writing the year
and Miss Moe.
They slave and
editorial staff alone
goes to those people
which appear in the back pages of this book. A job like this definitely
needs an adviser with oomph, and Miss Iaacks undertook this Work
with her usual stride.
talent for the next year's staff. In the meantime,
the original Thorntonian staff take over the work
book. They are chosen by the Chronoscope editor
slave and slave and-here it is! But, of course, the
cannot publish a year book. A great deal of credit
who solicit the business men of our city for the ads
THORNTONIAN ADVERTISING STAFF
Row 1: Betty Rentner, Dolores Rzepczynski
Row 2: Lois Knott, Iune Hanrahan, Ieanette Mills
Row 3: William Stewart, Arlene Wass, Frances
Row 4: Eileen Nichter, Kathleen Callahan, Shirley
Row 5: Irma Reich
Standing: Miss Iaacks and Lila Mae Winterhoff
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We're at War! True, we still have
our swing bands, our cherry cokes, our
home work. But if you ever think that
young America is partially oblivious of
the war because their peacetime sched-
ules are so little disturbed-well, just
come to Fractional, abuzz with a variety
of war time efforts.
There are Miss Martin's and Miss
Moe's knitting and bandage rolling
groups Cmore recently dissolved because
of material shortagesj. The Girls' Club
boasts the gift of a S75 war bond pur-
chased with profits from a night social.
They fostered also the ideas of selling de-
fense stamps before school and during
lunch periods relieving Mr. Miller of the
task, as well as collecting cancelled
American stamps which are sold to Eng-
lish stamp collectorsg proceeds are used
to help buy cots for a London hospital.
For our own armed forces the Library
Club sponsored a "Books For The
Yanks" drive and brought in about 300
VVe have air-raid drills, too, with
shelters provided for each home-room.
Students have been instructed how to ex-
tinguish incendiary bombs. Finally, phys-
ical fitness is stressed by "Doo, Bascomb
and by his clinic assistants.
Now what do you think?l
DEFENSE STAMPS-Norman Smith. Le
Roy Smith, Florence Kulczyk, Mr. Miller,
DEFENSE SOCIAL-Virginia Fedosky, Eli-
BOOKS FOR YANKS-Delphine Podraza,
Pauline Gloger, Jane Albiniak, Annette
CLINIC ASSISTANTS - Sophie Sarros.
Louise Bergeron, Lydia Rickmann, Dr. Bas-
comb. Kate Jansma.
KNITTING INSTRUCTORS - Shirley
Mead, Dorothy Mayer, Marion Schutz.
Row 2: Luella Lorenz, Miss Martin, Jeanette
Mills, Dorothy Wallace, Faye Sausaman.
Not in picture: Virginia Sulicz, Vera Rey-
nolds, Pat Willis. Eleanor Romszewicz, '
KNITTERS-Sitting: Laura Vander Aa, Lois
Siedentopf, Mary Ann Ruff, Rose Marie
Murray, Juanita Holitield, Dorothy Mazur,
Alice Hickman, Florence Lorenz. Standing:
Virginia Barth, Pat Willis, Dolores Miller,
Jane Schultz, Janet Schultz, Doris Miner,
Mary Maginot. Not in picture: Lorraine
Warput, Mildred Hedges.
BANDAGE MAKING--Sitting: Alma Gal'-
land, Martha Haves, Maryann Dutczak,
Lydia Rickmann, Reathiel Evanhoff. Stand-
ing: Helen Van Osten, Betty Lesmeister.
Jane Schultz. Janet Schultz, Dorothy Fren-
tress, Miss Moe, Dolores Miller. Not in
picture: Shirley Kettwig.
Front: Ruth Cronkright, Dorothy Barth, Lorraine Kooy, Mac Iohnson, Marion Ellens.
Harry Clair, William Skarwecki
Back: Lorraine Krisco, Geraldine Wilson
Miss Etter not in picture
Row 1: Nora Snyder, Tony Rafulski,.Ricliard Plumpowski, Robert Frevert, Sherni Stoll,
Row 2: Arnold Dekker, Bob Kroncke, Elsie Mill, Lorraine Hill, Elizabeth Hesselhnrth,
Luella Malkowski, Iohn Pank, Lillian Scziglak, Dorothy Krass, Loretta Skarhek
Row 3: Audrey Eenigenburg, Eleanor Romszewicz, Marguerite Gloger, Harold Spannon
Not in picture: Iohn Padien, Lucille Komorowski
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Row 1: David Borowski, Dick Cassady, Betty lane Weaver, Herbert Breclaw
Row Z: Marie Lorenz, Marie Sciacero, Marion Schutz, Helen Yurek, Beatrice Kats, Eileen
McLaughlin, Dolores Miller
Row 5: Tom Voss, Laverne Zick, Carl Falkenstrom, Mary Ellen Carey, lack Riota, Mar-
vin Schultz, Richard Plumpowski, Leonard Lockhart, Billy Stewart
Row 4: Harold Spannon, Rudy Iesernig, Iames Swendsen, Annette Borgman
Standing: Ioe Leisenfelt, Bob Frevert, Kenny Compeau, Stanley Dembowski, Bob Rentner.
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Edward Kuhlman, Gertrude Graczyk, Hazel Namminga, Mr. Christian, Helen
jenkins, Dorothy Gorecki, Edward Harthun
lohn Grych, Ruth Ianich. Dolores Miller, Beatrice Kats. David Borowski, Dick
Cassady, Dorothy Ostrander, Cora Zyla, Eunice Harthun, Frances Genovese, Erwin
Gleini, Casmir, Kwiatkowski.
Robert March, Howard Barker, Florence Rataiczak, Anna Van Krimpen, Stanley
Demhowski, Charlene Zelzer, Eileen McLaughlin, Eugene Bradtke, Richard
Plumpowski, lack Riota
Not in picture: Salvadore Gulotta, Verne Kraay, Lois Harkema, Michael Pryor.
Tom Voss, Boh Striehel, Oscar Spinler, Alice Plant, Anthony Lietzan, Marion
Row 1: .
Faverty, Phyllis Harle, lean Fiedler, Arlene Wziss, Charleen Pike, Ioseph Ierz,
Daniel Koharko, Harold Winterlioff, Harold Forner.
Row 2: Mary Ellen Carey, Ianell Kickert, Emily Szymanski, Florence Lorenz, Bob Sten-
herg, Armin Kraegel. Ioyce Isaacson, Milton Van Drunen, Boh Starnes, Eugene
Czerkas, Maurice Hopper, Marjorie Bauer, Leonard Katauskas, Glen Tanis, Nor-
ma Butler, Paul Buchanan, Bill Stewart
Row 5: Doris Larson, Claudine Alward, Betty Lou Tanis, Ianet Fulker, lack Shephard,
Frank Gudgeon, Donald VVhite, Sally Kolsut, Betty lean Mitchell, Le Roy Smith.
Back: Annette Borgman, Bruce McDanoiel, lames Swendsen, Rudy Iesernig, Louis Fav-
erty, Rita Wright, Dona Peeples, Rose Marie Murray, Thais Chipps, lla Isaacson,
Director: Franklyn Kingdon
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Mr. Christian, Eileen McLaughlin, Charlene Zelzer.
Tom Voss, Anthony Grady, Norman Smith, Iohn Grych, William Stewart
Leonard Gill, lack Thaldorf, Bob Rentner, Gordon Huffington, Don Tuttle, Eu
gene Annen, Wilfred Kraegel, Herman Ulandowski
Ioseph Stephenson, Carl Falkenstrom. Robert Van Osten, Iohn Yonke, Harvey
Dean, Harold Perkins, Stanley Demhowski, Leonard Lockhart, Donald Berwan
get, VVayne McMullin, Melvin Hoge, Albert Wahlgren, Roh Starnes, lack Riota
icture: Paul Cantrell, Michael Pryor
Christ Kovacheff, Erwin Cfleim,
Iune Oherla, Helen Ienkins, Louis
Faverty, Mr. Kingdon, Eunice Har--
thun, Casmir Kwiatkowski, Adam
Not in picture: Sarah Rider.
Row 1: Nina Cusick, Rella Rae Rex, Marie Cole, Phyllis Alward, Wilma Bennett, Helena
Pactwa, Ann Marie Olsen, Catherine Mangiaracina, Ieanette Klein, Florence Lynn
Row 2: Betty Huizenga, Ioyce Isaacson, Vera Reynolds, Doris Siegrist, Dorothy Kreiger,
Betty Weaver, Helen Snyder, Virginia Barth, lean Kikkert, Alma Garland, Dolores Miller
Row 3: Barbara Gilhreath, Lois Cederholm, Captola Morgan, Hazel Namminga, lune
Iansen, Helen lenkins, Betty Powell, Iune Horn, Delores Yarck, Pat Regnier, Sally Kolsut
Row 4: Anna Mae Cwetna, Rose Dennenberg, Mariorie Nowak, Bernice Magdziak, Flor-
ence Polka, Doris Fuehrmeyer, Wilene Steinkraus, Ioann Felsecker. Elizabeth Hesselbarth,
Betty Ann Rappe, Angie Vitale
Row 1 back: Thelma Hoggutt, Virginia Fedosky, Erma Aulr, Marilyn
Crane, Ioan Hollowell, Doris Recker.
Row 2 back: Doris Barton, Marjorie Bauer, Evelyn Ault, Phyllis Nordaker,
Cecil Parker, Lila Mae VVinrerhoff.
VICTCDRY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Iune 1, 1942
Athletic Field 8:00 P. M.
Star Spangled Banner
b. In A Chinese Temple Garden ,I ,,t..,I I is Ketelbey
a. White Cliffs of Dover I Kent
b. Tea For Two S sssss S I Youman
c. Braid The Raven Hair I is I Sullivan
Country Gardens. ss.oo.s, to Grainger
a. Up On The Mountain I t.., .. I .I I Davis
b. There's A Man Goin' Roun' Takin' Names as I . . Spiritual
C. Sally ssis.sI.t., , ....ssss,isiI.,I,..,.,..,.s...,t.,......... ti,ts is Old Texas Plantation Song
Cornet Solo by lack Riota
Bride of the Wavesc ,i,ee.,e, Clarke
a. New Vienna .S .I . Strauss
b. Poems eeee eete C .ee.. .. Fibich
a. The Desert's Song of Peace I , S ,Olds
b. Lullaby cc..ccc.cc .ccci . .e,,cc ,cicic . iec. .C Brahms
c. Beautiful Dreamer, S ...I I Foster
Band E It
a. On The Mall is cc.c Goldman
b. Rimsky Korsakov Melodies ,.cec , Arr. hy Yoder
c. Knightsbridge March .I is I I ,. ,,ccc I I S cccCoates
From the "London Suite"
d. Memories of Stephen Foster , Arr. by Cailliet
My Own U.S.A .cs,, I ,C ccic c.,c I I .ici .I ccccc VVestphal
Harold Christian Katherine Brazzill
Helen Brazzill Charlene Zelzer
Franklyn Kingdon . W Eileen McLaughlin
Mary Shemaitis f-.ii Tom Voss
Clarence Koedyker Doris Follick
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forgotten, it rolled along something like this .... Olgmbe
The curtain went up to the strains of "Song of
the Isles" and onto the stage hulaed twelve luscious
hula girls-grass skirts, leis and all.
However, their dance was soon broken up by Albert Wahlgren, who came running in
to carry out the story which concerned a vaudeville troupe stranded on a South Sea Island.
As another boat was not expected for some time, the troupe decided to put on a little en-
tertainment for the islanders and also to be entertained by the islanders, who at the com-
mand of their chief, Edgar Thedens, consented to help pass the time by providing some
native songs and dances.
Betty Ann Rappe an Englishwoman comes into the scene and continues to pester the
"chiefy" throughout the show. '
Also making his first appearance was Gordon Hagdohl, a native, who ran through
the scenes carrying a glass of water to put out the fire in the volcano.
Angie Vitale, dressed in a sarong, crooned "Moon of Manachurav. Ioan Schuman,
not to be outdone by a native, did a tap dance on roller skates.
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was written by T. F. students, for this year's show, 'few ,X,.nfj wait
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"Hawaiian Holidayv, was the brain child of Angie ,,,,i55-3g,,cY,a 'Q
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Vitale and was written by Albert Wahlgren, Marilou 'ifsgfwiw wxeenmiattioa X
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Carroll, Elizabeth Hesselbarth, and Virge Fedosky. ,ii-' aoarfocfffg
. . . . wr t cp'
They did a swell job of it too. lust in case you've 1swSl"',ms.W"l
Seated: Row 1-Irma Reich, Phyllis Harle,
Anne Marie Olsen, Wilene
Steinkraus, Captola Morgan,
Doris Fuehrymeyer, Florence
Kulczyk, Dolores Miller
Row 2-Betty Anne Rappe, Billy
Stewart, Myrl Larrance
Standing: Barbara Gilbreath, Albert Wahl-
gren, Pat Lauerman, Edgar The-
dens, Grace Iones, Lila Mae Win-
terhoff, Marilou Carroll, Kather-
Seated: Leonard Gill, Betty Mae Lorenz
Standing: Pauline Gloger, Iohn Grych, Rita
Wright, Iack Riota, Tom Voss,
Stan Dembowski, Ieanette Mills,
Barby Gilbreath sang "It was Wonderful
Then" to her hero Dom Vitale in the role of
The Man on the Street entered with a group
of followers. Maybe you recognized Marilou
Carroll as the announcer and Kathryn Bog-
larsky, Pat Lauerman, Grace Iones, and Phyl-
lis Harle as the gang of beach combers who
carried out the clever scene.
As they left, the advanced tap group dis-
played some lovely costumes as well as some
Soloists and Special Acts
Wayne McMullin, plantation owner,
strolled in with Lila Mae Winterhoff and in-
vited the entire group to a party at his home
that evening. After Lila sang "I'll Never Let
a Day Pass Byh the curtain dropped on the
Pirates' Den-Meistersingers Concession
Intermediate Tap-Ianet Searles, Charlene
Zelzer, Abby Abblett, Virgina Barth, Ger-
trude Dobis, Lorraine Hill, Evelyn Thompson,
Ioyce Carr, Dorothy Mazur, Marjorie Lutz.
Hula Dancers Shirley
Hesselbarth, Betty Renter
Sophie Sarros, Virginia
Fedosky, Lois Knott Bar
bara Gilbreath, Dorothy
Wojcik, Lillian Horst
Evelyn Dabich, Mary E
Mangiaracina, Emmy Lou
Stachowicz, Marjorie No-
wak, Ioan Panfil, Ila Isaac-
son, Lorraine Miller, Mary
Iean Butler, lean Haney,
Emma Peters, mistress of ceremonies, announced the second act, and the curtains part-
ed on a darkened stage softly flooded with tropical moonlight. The Double Sextette sang
the lovely "Intermezzo',.
'LYou Stepped out of a Dream" was sung by Harold Perkins, and Marilyn Crane and
it sounded as if it had 'Lstepped out of a dream".
The "Merry Widow Waltz" was sung by Doris Recker while the waltz ballet moved
back and forth across the beach in a graceful weaving pattern. Marie Cole and Mac Bud-
zowski followed with a beautiful waltz that displayed real talent.
"It's a Blue Worldng at least thatis what Myrl Larrance said in the song that follow-
ed-and said it very nicely too.
To break up our slow and easy mood "The Music Breakers," Stan Dembowski, Mich-
ael Pryor, lack Riota, and Bob March entered with a little peppy music and the announce-
Advanced Tap - Dolores
Rentner, Eileen Murrin,
Pauline Gloger, Lois Sieden-
topf, leanette Mills, Ioann
Felsecker, Betty Lorenz,
Dolores Bogacz, Rita
ment that a ship was off shore. Some of the
sailors and the girls in the troupe teamed up
and presented a sailor tap to the tune of "Ap-
ple Blossom Time."
A trio composed of Myrl Larrance, Doris
Recker, and Virge Fedosky sang "Blue Cham-
pagne" and the act closed with a toe tap by
Mary Elaine Iones.
The third act started off with a bang-and
a charlonga to 'RNight and Day". Ieanette
Mills and Rita Wright presented a novel spec-
ialty dance-and very cute it was.
FOOTBALL HULA DANCERS
Lewis Galik, Tom Glick, Harold Perkins, Russell
Buhring, Tom Shaffer, Bob Rentner, Charles Cul-
lum, Pete Bereolos, Archie Ross, Dominick Vitale.
Our heroes-the football team, then gave
the "Hawaiian War Chant," and Lorraine
Kimmet as their mommy sang to "Daddy",
Robert Stenberg. Next Lorraine sang "Blue
Hawaii". Eileen Murrin, in a cellophane hula
skirt, performed an acrobatic dance.
Then as the vaudeville troupe left the is-
land, the chorus and hula group bade them
farewell forever with the "Aloha Chorus".
The attention after this turned to the
dance, where Wayne Mcfvlullin and Virge
Fedosky were crowned King and Queen of
Gross receipts of the Carnival were EBI,-
51730, while expenses were 25792.30 leaving a
net profit of 25725. This net profit was divided
as follows: Girls' Club, 3108.753 Boys' Club,
310875, Publications, SS217.50g Assembly Pro
Mr. Lockhart crowns Virginia
Fedosky and Wayne McMullin
King and Queen of the Carnival.
Marie Cole and Mack Budzowski
do a solo waltz.
Photography Club Concession.
Robert March, Stanley Dembow-
ski, lack Riota and Mike Pryor
form an instrumental quartet.
Harold Perkins and Marilyn
The Boys' Club Concession-Tun
Eileen McLaughlin, Charlene Zel-
zer and Doris Follick-Accompan-
Iohn Pad jen Archie Ross
Stan Sonnenberg Roosevelt Sidote Lou Galik Co
Pdfma, Gum, '
Champs for the second consecutive grid season! Yes sir, with ten lettermen to build around,
Coach Petree did it again! After a shaky start, the Meteors regained their characteristic fighting spir-
it to be one of the finest teams in the district in capturing the coveted crown of the South Suburban
Conference for the fifth time in the last seven years. In booking only the most reputable outfits of the
area, Coach Petree guided the Calumet City team to 6 wins, 2 losses, and one tie. It was the toughest
'schedule in the history of the school.
During the 1941 season the light, but hard charging Meteors compiled one of the best defensive
records of any Illinois high school. Against eight state prep elevens, the "stateliners" held their op-
ponents to a scant 14 points.
Pat Harmon, Champaign News-Gazette sports scribe, who has viewed more school-boy clubs
than any man in the state, remarked following the Meteor-Harvey tussle: "Calumet City has one of
the hardest tackling teams in Illinois".
The "pigskin par-
day night, September
ed Lew Wallace, North-
the previous season. Al-
advantage due to the Ill-
permitting teams to be-
tember, the Meteors
hefty "Hornet', club,
tack had been smoothed
month of daily practice
outweighed Purple and
An overflowing crowd
to a 20 to 0 victory. Lew
the season undefeated
ade" was launched Fri-
12, against Gary's tout-
ern Indiana prepchamp
though at a decided dis-
inois H.S.A.A. rule not
gin practice until Sep-
fought gallantly, but the
whose hard running at-
to perfection by over a
began to tear into the
Gold for repeated gains.
saw the Gary team roll
Wallace went through
and was awarded the
Indiana State Championship.
Outstanding player of the contest was a gent by the name of Iulius Ratajovich, an all-state
halfback. "Ioltin"' Iulius is said to have been the hottest ball carrier on the other side of the state
line since famed Tom Harmon roamed the Hoosier gridirons for Gary's Horace Mann, a con-
ference competitor of the "Hornets"
After a week of ironing out the rough spots the Meteors traveled to lack Benny's home town,
Waukegan, a first rate member of the strong suburban League. Old Sol poured on the heat that blister-
ing Saturday afternoon and kept both teams on an even scale till the third quarter when Iohnson,
Row 1: Coach Petree, Stan Sonnenberg, Roosevelt Sidote, Bud Long, Lou Galik, Iohn Padjen, co-
Capt. Dominic Vitale, Archie Ross, Tom Shaffer, Cologer Monestere, Iim Gigilio, Mr. Kelly
Row Z: Coach Young, Tom Glick, Edward Kuhlman, Russell Buhring, Ted Piertzak, Wallace Cos-
grove, Eugene Sobczyk, Chester Mazur, Charlie Cullum, Billy Freyman, Edward Skarwecki, lack
La Noue, Leonard Lockhart
Row 3: George Dockweiler, Albert Wisowaty, Don Zimmerman, Bob Rentner, Dwaine Willet,
Pete Bereolos, Harold Perkins, Clarence Nowaczyk, Conrad Pochran, Ed Iarosz
Waukegan's star colored halfback, took a short pass in the flat and raced thirty yards for the only
score of the tilt. The loss was TF's second in as many starts and Fractional's optomistic supporters
were beginning to wonder if they had overrated the experienced senior outfit.
The answer came six days later. Meeting their first league opponent, Kankakee, Friday night,
the determined Fractional boys turned on their potenial power to be on the long end of a 34-0
score. Touchdowns were made by Sonnenberg, La Noue, Sobczak, and Shaffer. The educated toe of
Perkins added 3 extra points and an attempted conversion by Vitale was also good.
With fire in their eyes, the Meteorites, who had returned to their true form, ran wild on the Blue
Island gridiron the following Saturday, afternoon. With every man on the squad seeing action, the
"Islanders" were slaughtered 39 to 0. Being held to 7 points the first half, Fractional over-ran the
"Ponies" in the last two periods to score 5 touchdowns. The Meteors' tight defense held Blue Island
to a gain of 28 yards and one first down while their offensive clicked
for 294 yards. Big "Gootch" Sobczak plunged from the one yard Ed Iarosz
mark to the first two scores and Bill Freyman was credited with 18 Football Manager
points. A pass interception by Don Zimmerman gave TF the final A
October 10 took the high flying Petreemen to Harvey, where they
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met the heaviest school boy team in the state. The Meteors, whose forward wall averaged 170
pounds were outweighed 25 pounds to a man. The Wildcats took the kickoff and were immedi-
ately on the march. Advancing the pigskin to the 17 yard line, it appeared that Harvey's superior
weight had already decided the contest. But Fractional's line fought gallantly with their backs to
the wall and threw the "Flying Clouds" for four straight losses totaling 19 yards. From then on
it was anybody's ball game. A desperate last minute Calumet City drive put the football on Har-
veyxs five yard line, but the weighty Lipe Aggregation frustrated the Meteor attack. The thrilling
contest ended in a scoreless tie.
Thornton Fractional's first Home Coming, held October 24, was a great success by virtue of our
victory over Bloom of Chicago Heights. ln a see-saw battle that went from one end of the field to the
other, the Meteors were able to eke out a 6 to 0 score over the Trojans. Vitale's 25 yard pass to La
Noue in the end zone proved to be the margin of victory.
November 1 will be a date long remembered by the boys on the 1941 football squad. On the
Argo gridiron that had a close resemblance to a miniature Lake Michigan due to a three day down-
pour, the two teams wallowed back and forth in the mud for the league championship. The Meteors
captured the only score of the game in the opening minutes of play and held on to their 6 to O lead
until the final gun. Again it was a pass from Vitale to La Noue, made possible by "Bull', Padjen.
The victory over the Argonauts clinched the title for Thornton Fractional.
It was the South Suburban vs the Big Eight on November 6. Playing in a blinding snowstorm,
Fractional scored and Perkins converted in the early minutes of play to hand Elgin, who was
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runner-up in the Big Eight, a 6 to 0 downfall. It was the third straight contest to be decided by a
touchdown pass. This time it was Galik who grabbed one dose of Vitale's tosses. Elgin, using the
famed T formation did not score until the final period. Failure of the "Watch City" to penetrate
the stalwart Meteor line for extra point cost them a tie.
The Petreemen rang down the curtain of the 1941 football season by inflicting a crushing defeat
on the Warriors of Hammond Catholic Central 26 to 0. It was sweet revenge for the Calumet City
lads, who were held to a scoreless tie the previous year. The Meteors cracked the Hoosiers' line to
bits in repeated drives, but were held to four touchdowns. Beautiful runs by Giglio and Vitale
enabled them to cross paydirt, but penalties recalled the touchdown sprints. Perkins's well-directed
conversions gave the Meteors two points.
The outstanding feature of the Meteor offense during the successful grid season was the splendid
aerial attack. Final records show the Meteors to have complete 54 of 49 passes attempted and six of
the 18 touchdowns were via the sky route. A trio of teams, Bloom, Argo, and Elgin were defeated
as a result of a touchdown pass.
Of the 24 monogram winners, 15 are seniors, and will be sorely missed.
A tense Moment in the Bloom LaNoue
You may not know it, but there are future Tom Harmons, Don Hutsons, "Bulldog" Turn-
ers, and other gridiron heroes in the picture below. Yes, sir, it is the Frosh-Soph squad coached
by Aitken Young, which compiled 97 points to their opponents' 38, in winning six out of eight
tilts. The Youngsters finished second in the "Kidlet', division of the South Suburban League.
Impressive victories were turned in against Lew Wallace, Kankakee, Blue Island, Morgan
Park, Bloom, and Argo.
A heart breaking loss occurred to the Meteors in the final appearance of the season against
Elgin. After battling to a scoreless tie for 60 minutes the Elgin backfield was in motion on the
last la of the ame. The un sounded and the contest was over but another ila had to be run
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due to the penalty. It was a Hollywood finish as the "Watch City" connected for a touchdown
pass, spelling defeat for Calumet City.
Two fumbles cost Fractional the Iunior title in the SS. Loop. With the score tied 7 to 7
at halftime, Harvey took advantage of tough breaks in the last two periods as TF fumbled
on their 8 and 11 yard line and the "Wildcats" immediately pushed the pigskin across paydirt on
both occasions to win the league Championship.
Showing promise and consistency throughout the season were Pomelia, Nondorf, Hoge, Has-
iak, N21gY, Dunn, Mathews, and Knoerzer.
Row 1: Grant Matthews, Pete Pryz, Tom Pochron, Ioe Shutoski, Capt. Mike Nagy, Tom
Trembczynski, Leonard Katauskas, Frank Zela, Anthony Sulicz, Henry Linkie-
wicz, Mgr. l
Row 2: Mgr. Mike Skiba, Albert Wisowaty, Dan Sestakauckas, Carl Merlo, Glen Van
Der Aa, lack Dunn, Leonard Hasiak, Melvin Hoge, Ted Dobrowolski, Ioe
Pomilia, Frank Nitz, Coach Young.
Row 3: Leo Adamkiewicz, Stanley Orzel, Frwin Gleim, Ed Nondorf, Ioe Falvo, Stanley
Knoerzer, Tony Miniuk, Robert Heimbuch, Mike Dobrynski, Rudy Iesernig,
Row I: Conrad Pochron, Edward Nondorf, Capt. Mack Budzowski, Teddy Pietrzak,
Archie Ross, Lou Galik, Coach Young.
Row 2: Donald Maciejewski, Manager, Ioe Creviston, Iohn Zacny, Richard Ianovich,
Francis Iones, Dwaine Willett, Don Zimmerman, Bill Freyman, Dominic Vi-
tale, Danny Sestakauckas.
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Anticipation of a successful basketball season was running high when all but two
of the 40-41 "hardwood" athletes reported to Coach Young for the first practice ses-
sions. At the close of the season, the Meteors found themselves tied with Argo for the
number two spot in the South Suburban Conference and a record of ll wins against
Although the win and loss columns imply that the Purple and Gold did not live
up to expectations, the team showed impressiveness even in losing. Two encounters
were lost by a single point, while a trio of defeats came after two first string members
of the squad graduated at mid-year.
The net season started with a bang as the Meteors downed in succession Peotone,
Blue Island, Kankakee, Lockport, and Argo. The highly touted Harvey outfit admin-
istered TF their first defeat followed by losses to Hammond, Clark, and Chicago
Heights. In the next three encounters, Calumet City's opponents, Blue Island, Gilman,
and Kankakee, finished on the short end of the score. The Meteors, again meeting the
"Wildcats" of Harvey and Argo. took it on the chin in both tilts, but the sixteen game
schedule was completed with decided wins over Bloom. and over Elmhurst, the West
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Appearing at the Chicago Heights regional, the Calumet City aggregation were
given an excellent chance to win the tournament, especially after registering a crushing
44 to 17 victory over Peotone in their first tilt. The season came to an abrupt halt the
following night as twice beaten Blue Island handed Coach Youngs boys a close 22
to 20 defeat.
Meteor basketball fans are looking to next season with a great amount of optimism
as only two letter winners will be lost by graduation. The Monogram boys are:
MACK BUDZOWSKI-elected honorary captain. Mack in his first year as a heavy-
' weight displayed much of the drive at forward as he showed when a member
of the Kiesterites. Budzowski is a senior.
BILL FREYMAN-in his first year as a varsity player, Bill stamped himself the
most consistent member of the squad. Freyman led the team in scoring.
LEW GALIK-Lew's height was sorely missed after his mid-semester graduation.
Excellent offensive player. Had an average close to 10 points a game.
TED PIETRZAK-a big boy who added defensive strength to Coach Young's ag-
gregation. When the going gets tough you can count on Ted to hold the
ARCHIE ROSS-the heaviest man on the team. Archibald could be counted on
with his aggressiveness to add en ihusiasm to any contest.
FRANCIS IONES-Another tall boy. Filled in the center spot nicely after Galik
graduated. Outstanding player of the York upset with 6 baskets.
DAN SESTAKAUKAS-only a sophomore, Danny is looking forward to the next
two years. Has plenty of size. Good in controlling rebounds.
ED NONDORF-small but fast. Eddie should develop into a great hardwood
i athlete. Nondorf is a sophomore.
DON ZIMMERMAN-"Zim" showed what he had toward the end of the season.
A fast guard, Don should be one of the mainstays of the squad next year.
Galik Goes up in the air.
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Row 1: George Van Slyke, Sam Caruso, Eddie Imes, Anthony Abate, Mike Ferrantella,
Row 2: Mr. Petree, George Hacker, Tony Miniuk, Mario Agosta, Ioe Pomilia, Iames
Newell, Leonard Telechon, Henry Walerowicz flvlanagerj.
Top Row: Peter Ziemkowski, Frank Rogers, Richard Finck, Robert Rybicki, Fred Vor-
sanger fManagerj, Mike Skiba, Leonard Katauskas, Al Novak, Russell Burke.
Date Opponent Where Played They We
Dec. 12 Hammond Tech Home game 17 12
Dec. 20 Kankakee Home game 14 23
Ian. 9 Geo. R. Clark Hammond 12 9
Ian. 13 Whiting Home game 18 12
Ian. 15 Blue Island Home game 16 33
Ian. 23 Roosevelt fEast Chicagoj Home game 42 34
Ian. 30 Hammond Tech Home game 26 20
Ian. 31 Kankakee Kankakee 26 29
Feb. 6 Roosevelt East Chicago 17 12
Feb. 7 Geo. R. Clark Home game 11 15
Feb. 11 Whiting Whiting 23 7
Feb. 13 Blue Island Blue Island 15 9
Feb. 25 Bloom Chicago Heights 23 22
Won 4 Lost 9
Total Points: TF 237, Opponents 260
Row 1: Iohn Cipolla, Wally Horvatich, Iohn Pank, Art Ollrich, Bert Swanson.
Row 2: Carl Sciackitano, Dean Culp, Charlie Gulotta, Edward Kuhlman, lack La Noue.
Row 3: 'Coach Kiester, George Burkhart, Bob March, Henry Zalewski, Mgr. Iimmy
'The T. F. Lightweights rule the South Suburban hardwood again! With a league
record of 11 wins and one defeat, the Meteors captured the title for the third time in
the past four seasons under the expert guidance of Coach Iackson Kiester. The highly
successful 17 game schedule was completed with the Purple and Gold topping the
score on fifteen occasions.
Entering the Blue Island Sectional Tournament March 18 as a co-favorite with Til-
den Tech of Chicago, the stateliners downed their first opponent, Parker QWest Chi-
cago Champsj to the tune of 28 to -11 and then fell before their arch rivals, Tilden,
27 to 16.
The Kidlets had opened the season on December Z with an easy victory over Ham-
mond Tech, 27 to 7, and followed three days later with another onesided victory over
Blue Island, 41 to 19. lt took the Meteors overtime to eke out a scant 21 to Z8 win over
Kankakee the 12.
On December 19, Lockport came to town to try their
luck against the fast stepping Kiesterites, but they too ended
on the short end of the count, Z5 to 10. The following night
the team traveled to Crete and again were victorious.
After a two weeks, lay-off over the Christmas Holidays
the Kiesterites lightened their hold on first place by hand-
ing Argo a neat 45 to 18 licking on the home floor. The
following night it was Harvey's turn to go down in defeat
before the mighty Meteor Cagers on their own hardwood aa
to the tune of 29 to 12.
ally HOfVaI1Ch Bert Swgnggn
and Chicago Heights were
met City's list. The Hoosier
Clark Cof Hammondj
the next victims on Calu-
lads were downed 37 to 15
nights later Bloom netted
on the "Trojan" court.
the 23rd, the Kids routed
33 to 14 as Art Ollrich hit
night, however, the team
and had trouble beating a
Kankakee came to Calumet
and "Bones" Horvatich dis-
ing 19 points. Horvatich
scored 6 points within 45
remembered. A week later
Lockport and dealt the
on Ianuary 13, and three
10 points to Fractional's 25
Traveling to Blue Island
the still weak "Islanders"
four 17 points. The next
showed signs of tightening
fair Crete varsity 27 to 25.
City for a return contest
pleased the visitors by scor-
was so hot that he actually
seconds, a feat long to be
the Lights journeyed to
home town boys a 31 to 14
On Friday the 13th of February, the Kiesterites met their Waterloo when they en-
countered a scrappy Harvey five. A last second "Wildcat" basket gave the Purple and
Gold their first loss, 19 to 18, and ended the victory string at number 13. However,
the title was clinched at Argo the following night as the stateliners won 38 to 20.
Bloom, the final league opponent, was subdued the 20th of March on the home floor
18 to 13.
The second defeat of the season hit the Kiesterites the 27th. After letting up from
their championship drive the West Suburban Champs, Elmhurst, whipped the boys 26
to 22 to write "finish" to the impressive season.
Every man on the squad expressed his gratitude when
ludge Finneran, a former board member, presented the
champs with gold basketballs to compliment their ac-
Much credit should be given to Iackson Kiester, fifteen
year veteran lightweight mentor. Through his cunning and
knowledge of the game, Kiester has constantly turned out
brilliant aggregations. His popularity with the boys has been
the main factor in the success of T. F. Lightweight squads. A
Art Ollrich Iohnny Cipolla
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IOHN PANK-Captain of the squad. Iohnny's excellent defensive ability was a main fac-
tor in holding the opponents to a 16 ZX3 point average.
BERT SWANSON-In the pivot spot, Bert was the most improved player on the club.
Didnit shoot much, but when he did the ball usually went through the basket.
WALLY HORVATICH-The classiest all around lightweight in a decade. Strong de-
fensive player and runner-up in points scored. Biggest man on the team. Will play heavy-
weight ball next season.
IOHN CIPOLLA-The other senior member of the first five. Operating at forward.
Iohn was a valuable man on offensive.
ART OLLRICH-Little Art is following his brother Eugene becoming a T.F. basketball
star. Has uncanny ability for field goals. High scorer for the Kiesterites. '
ED KUHLMAN-"Shorty" was the sixth man on the team. His aggressiveness proved to
be a valuable asset to Coach Kiester's attack.
CHARLES GULATTA-Charly, only a sophomore, will develop into a good lightweight.
Likes to hit long shots.
DEAN CULP-A senior always giving his best. Dean proved to be a good team man.
BOB MARCH-One of the smallest players on the squad. Bob will be back next year.
GEORGE BURKHART-a Lansing product with a good eye. You will hear plenty from
him next year.
CARL SCIAKITANO--Stocky Carl played a good game at guard. An excellent long
IACK LA NOUE-Grid hero who likes action. Good on a fast break. Likes to shoot.
HENRY ZALEWSKI-This Burnham flash likes to mix it up. Another sophomore who
has a good eye for field goals.
hob March Charlie Gulotta Dean Culp Carl Sciackitano
Dec. 2 Hammond Tech
5 Blue Island
Ian. 9 Argo
13 Hammond Clark
23 Blue Island
24 Crete Qheavyweightj
Feb. 6 Lockport
27 York CElmhurstj
Blue Island Tournament
Mar. 18 Parker
19 Tilden Tech
Won 163 Lost 3
Total Points, T.F., 5685 Opponents, 331
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With only two lettermen back, Lucien Trimbur and Tom Felsecker, Coach Kelly
knew that an outstanding record could not be accomplished. He, therefore, planned to
build for the future. Although victorious in only three out of eleven meets, the future,
indeed, looks encouraging for the Fractional "Splashers' as a number of talented under--
classmen were discovered.
Those who gained swimming monograms this year were: LUCIEN TRIMBUR . .
Senior . . . Captain of the tank squad. Was high point man on the team.
TOM FELSECKER . . . Senior . . . Tom was the diving specialist of the Kellymen.
A two year veteran.
IOE STASIAK . . . Iunior . . . A hard worker . . Hopes to be as great as his brother
Pete, a former Meteor star.
ROBERT SULLIVAN . . . Sophomore . . . Second high point man. With two sea-
sons ahead of him, Bob should develop into an outstanding swimmer.
FRANK GUDGEON . . . Sophomore . . . Shows great promise and will be back
next year to add to his laurels.
WALTER RAASCH . . . Senior . . . "Walt" swam the free style and added many a
point to Meteors' total.
HERMAN BAXTER . . . Iunior . . . Always swam a good race. Kelly expects
Herman to be a valuable team man next year.
GLEN VANDER AA . . . Iunior . . . A big boy with plenty of strength for the
HARRY SPANNON . . . Iunior . . . Harry was the efficient manager whose handy
work was enjoyed by every member of the squad.
IAMES HENDERSON . . . Senior . . . Another serious loss. Swam in the free-style.
Row 1: Coach Potts,
Ray Kmak, John Vez-
mar, William Korten-
Row 2: Jack Solomon.
George Whitmire, Leo
Hodur, Milton Van
Drunen, Wallace Cos-
grove, Bob Rentner,
Jack Thaldorf, Carl
Row 1: Martin Rach.
Bob Kmak, Irving
Row 2: Eugene Gras-
ka, Oscar Spindler,
Harold Re-cker,' Mel-
Not in picture: Alfred
Although getting off to a bad start, the "grunt and groan" squad of T. F. improved
amazingly as the season progressed to give them an even break in fourteen meets. In the last
seven matches the Meteors were victorious in five, defeating previous opponents who had
soundly whipped Calumet City early in the mat season.
Outstanding. wrestler under Coach Potts was Ray Kmak, captain in his junior year and
reelected co-captain for i4l-'42, Ray was victorious in 68 matches during his high school career
and the only athlete' to beat the State Champion, Parsons, of Proviso.
Lettermen of the wrestling team are: RAYMOND KMAK .... Senior .... Captain in his
junior year. Re-elected Co-Captain. Took a second in State Tournament. Won 68 high school
matches. WILLIAM KORTENHOVEN .... Junior .... Proved to be a dependable and trustworthy
manager. JOHN VEZMAR .... Senior .... Co-Captain of the squad. Will be sorely missed next
season in the 125 lb. class. JACK SOLOMON .... Junior .... One of the mainstays of Coach Potts's
outfit. Small but tough. CARL FALKENSTROM .... Sophomore .... Could always be counted on
to add points to Fractional's score. One of the outstanding members of the- team. GEORGE
WHITMIRE .... Senior .... George is a boy who always gives his best. A good team man. ROB-
ERT KMAK .... Junior .... Hopes to fill the shoes of his brother. Showed plenty of strength in
the 135 lb. class. ROBERT RENTNER .... Senior .... one of the most spirited boys on the squad.
Showed determination. LEO HODUR .... Senior .... another veteran who will be missed when the
"grunt and groan" season rolls around. WALLACE COSGROVE .... Junior .... the biggest man
on the squad. Turned in good performances in both 175 and heavyweight divisions. MILTON VAN
DRUNEN .... Junior .... Qualified for State- Tournament but illness prevented his entry. Should be
a powerhouse next season. EUGENE BRINKMAN .... Senior .... Eugene proved his stuff on the
mat and earned enough points for his letter.
Numeral Winners: Irving Weinberg, Jack Thaldorf, Oscar Spindler, Melvin Porter, Harold
Rocker, Martin Bock.
Row 1: Sigmund Bichniewicz, Boxing 95 lbs.g Henry Linkiewicz, Boxing 85 lbs.: Law-
rence Marshall, Swimmingg Bob Striebel, Svvimmingg Iohn Hays. Wrestling 105 lbs.
Row 2: Leonard Winkler, Basketballg Edwin Schab, Wrestling 125 lbs.g Maurice Hopper,
Basketballg Kenyon Tweedell, Swimmingg Francis Iones, Checkersg Ioe Preissig,
Basketballg Guy Bogart, Swimming
Row 3: Russell Burke, Boxing 105 lbs.g Iames Czarnecki, Basketballg Clarence Nowaczyk,
Basketballg Leonard Duczak, Heavyweight Boxingg Sigmund Dobrowski, Swim-
mingg Orville Ragoven, Ping Pongg Dick Wright, Swimmingg Eugene Carroll, Wrest-
ling 155 lbs.
Row 4: Pete Pryz, Basketballg Edmund Godlewski, Basketball: Bob Nowak, Wrestling
Thornton Fractional's all around intramural program is undoubtedly one of the most
important events of the school year. Approximately three-fourths of the entire enrollment
of boys participate in the activities climaxed by the evening of the Athletic Carnival, in
which finals of the various events are run off.
A well-rounded list of activities are offered. Basketball, swimming, boxing, Wrestling,
ping-pong. and checkers take the spotlight.
The main purpose of the program is to let the fellows, who for various reasons are not
members of T.F.'s athletic squads, show their skill. Annually the coaching staff runs
across boys with ability who are induced to try out for teams.
Win or lose, fun is had by all.
Manager: Howard Carey
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Row 1-Wayne McMullin. Rudy Jesernig, Charles Green, James Staton, James Lietzan, Harold Winterhoff,
Martin Rach, Fred Hodal, Bob Sullivan, Lloyd Moore, Joe Creviston. Bob Matthews, Harold Barker, Robert
Row II-Robert Van Osten CManagerJ. Art Ollrich, Marcel Cerf. Lucien Trimbur, Russell Buhring, Wally
Pajak. Jack La Noue, Bob Starnes, Bill Freyman, Edward Vierk, Norman Lynn, William Heimbuch, Rob-
ert Striebel. Richard Janovich, Jack Shepard, Clarence Maciejewski.
Row III-Eugene Springet, Paul Brose, Edward Schultz CManagerl, Gordon Hagdohl, Gilbert Dykhuisen,
Robert Heimbuch. Joe Stasiak, John Zacny, Archie Dluzak. Matthew Matwiczak, Richard Wright. Erwin
Gleim, Edward Keck, James Koontz, Coach Young, Asst. Coach Kelly.
Left to right: Francis Jones, John Pank, Stanley Dembowski. Austin Arens, Mario Mansueto, Henry Zalew-
ski, Coach Elvin.
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Touchdowns 18 5
Extra points Qafter t'dj 10 3
Field Goals 0 0
Safties 0 0
First downs 56 55
First downs rushing 36 39
First downs passing 22 12
Yds. gained rushing 879 734
Yds. gained passing 755 316
Forward passes attempted 99 89
Passes completed 54 31
Passes intercepted 14 11
Yds. on interception 147 44
Penalties 54 49
Yds. lost hy penalties 485 360
Number of punts 64 56
Average of punts fyardsj 33 30.1
Fumbles 20 16
Own fumbles recovered 8 3
Opponents' fumbles recovered 13 10
Date Opponent Place They We
Sept. 17 Lew Wallace Here 0 7
25 Kankakee There 0 7
Oct. 2 Blue Island ' ' Here 0 19
9 Harvey Here 19 7
17 Morgan Park There 0 26
24 Bloom Here 6 12
30 Argo Here 7 19
Nov. 7 Elgin There 6 0
Won 6: Lost 2
Total points: T.F. 973 Opponents 38
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Oct. 11 Clark
Nov. 4 Bloom
WVon 3 Lost 23 Tied 1
Place They We
There 0 0
Here 0 53
Here 6 24
There 12 7
There 6 19
There 12 7
Total points: T.F. 90g Opponents 36
jf'-WP Sfvfmal flu, Pnbzta,
Player Touchdowns Extra Points Total
4 19 4.8
4 15 3.8
2 19 9.5
4' equals end
Dec. 4 Whiting Here
12 Horace Mann Here
Ian. 7 Froebel Here
14 Horace Mann There
16 Washington Here
28 Whiting There
30 Chicago Univer- There
Feb. 4 Ioliet There
7 Danville HCFC
11 Lew Wallace There
17 Froebel There
19 Washington 1 There
Won 3g Lost 9
Total points for T.F. 332g Opponents 458
Date Opponents Place They We
Dec. 2 Peotone
5 Blue Island
Ian. 9 Argo
16 George Rogers
o o o ,
Total points: T.F. 5795 Opponents 477
Won 7g Lost 7
Total points: T.F. 2333 Opponents 260
I In front Cfrom front to backj-Betty McClos-
key, Wayneta Dyer, Doris Schutz, Norma
Urbanski, and Betty Buhring.
p In back-Miss Iaacks, Nelda Berger, Lila
Mae Winterhoff, Nora Heimbuch, Phyl-
lis Nordaker, and Dorothy Krass,
Time fascinates me! It seems only a short time ago that I entered school as a freshman,
and now graduation is almost here. G. A. C. was one of the outstanding activities dur-
ing my four years, and soon it will come to a close. I now have only memories, but what
I'll always carry with me the picture of Lila Mae Winterhoff smashing back the volley-
ball from any position on the floor, of Dorothy Krass clenching her fist and sending the
Row 1: Ieanette Klein, Nelda Berger, Vir-
Row 2: Norma Heimbuch, Lois Henley,
Row 1: Nora Heimbuch, Ieanette Klein,
Iean Ostrowski, Phyllis Nordaker
Row 2: Charlotte Ostrowski, Ruth
Schultz, Doris Schutz, Betty Les-
meister, Nelda Berger
Not in picture: Dorothy Krass
CAPTAIN BASKETBALL VARSITY
Row 1: Virginia Fedosky, Nora Heim-
buch, Phyllis Nordaker, Norma
Butler, Norma Urbanski
Row 2: Ieanette Klein, Clarice Raczkow-
ski, Nelda Berger, Lillian Hudzik,
Doris Schutz, Betty Lesmeister
CAPTAIN BASKETBALL CHAMPS
Row 1: Iean Ostrowski, Virginia Fedosky,
Shirley Blackburn, Sophie Sarros,
Row 2: Wilene Steinkraus, Io Ann Clark,
Nelda Berger, Nora Heimbuch,
Not in picture: Dorothy Krass
Row 1: Wilene Steinkraus, Nelda Berger,
Peany Hesselbarth, Virginia Fed-
osky, Io Ann Clark, Sophie Sarros
Row 2: Dorothy Lucito, Doris Schutz,
Shirley Blackburn, Norma Heim-
buch, Iean Ostrowski
Not in picture: Dorothy Krass
Row 1: Norma Heimbuch, Shirley Black-
burn, Nina Cusick, Virginia Fed-
osky, Wilene Steinkraus
Row 2: lean Ostrowski, Nelda Berger, Io
Ann Clark, Sophie Sarros, Doris
Not in picture: Dorothy Krass, Rita
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ball across the net with bullet-like speed, of the skill Betty Buhring exhibited in spiking a
ball at the net, and the clumsiness of Nelda Berger in everything. The power, skill, and
speed of the senior team carried them to the championship after a hard-fought Iunior-
When I was a freshman, I marveled at the ability of the outstanding players and now
I sit back and visualize the girls who are and will become a part of the "cream'i of the
crop. No one will surpass Dorothy Lucito or Abby Alys Abblett in sinking second base
shots, or Lillian Hudzik and Norma Urbanski in flipping the ball in from first base. Ruth
Becker and Norma Butler are only freshmen, but time will smile on them and in a few
years they'll join the outstanding ones for their volleyball playing. It was Virginia Fe-
dosky's superb guarding and
base shots that really helped
the seniors win the C a p t a i ti
B a s k etb a l l
It was this sec-
s e n i o r s the
on the silver
class must win
ships to accom-
no exception. I
h o u r s a n d
Schutz, W a y -
G.A.C. MAIOR LETTERS
Doris Schutz, Dorothy Krass, Nora I-Ieimbuch,
that gives the
r i g h t t 0
loving cup. A
p l i s h t h i s .
a thrill out of
shots, and I am
could sit for
neta Dyer, and
Ieanette Klien sink them from any place on the basketball floor.
Wilene Steinkraus, Shirley Blackburn, Sophie Sarros, and Iean Ostrowski, though they
weren't the most outstanding, saved the seniors from defeat many times.
Yes, sir, all these girls belong in G. A. Cfs Hall of Fame. Iust ask the person whose
advice on this subject is IHOSI respected, the one and only Miss Iaacks.
I'm sure everyone in G. A. C. would agree that at the head of all these players would
stand small but mighty Nora Heimbuch, dynamite on any floor, including the dance
floor. She was the only girl that could rush around the excellent guarding of Phyllis Nor-
daker and score baskets. She held on to all the sizzling line drives, including those meteor-
like balls hit by Ruthy Schutz, Besides her unusual ability in sports she'll always stand
forth as one of the best G. A. C. presidents during my four high school years.
I think the reason I enjoyed the G. A. C. sports volleyball, basketball, captain basket-
We've transacted a lot of business in our G. A. C. meetings, too. Our G. A. C.
Social was a huge success and we even helped buy a Defense Bond. This year certainly
has been complete. Everything was almost perfection itself. The Initiation Party and
our banquet were the best held in T. F.'s halls for a long time. It was at the Initiation
Party that Doris Schutz, Norma Heimbuch, and Nelda Berger received their major
letters after having worked four years for them.
G.A.C. has helped to round out four wonderful high school years and although they
are gone I'll always have them because-Time fascinates me-I can always bring the past
up to the present through my memories-my G. A. C. memories.
is that I loved
the kids that
them. I made
and came to
ics. Those tour-
were more ex-
bull fight. No
the winner un-
I u n i o r s and
f o u g ht as if
pended on the
Maybe a few
to u r n a ments
the large gym
see G. A. C. in
G.A.C. MINOR LETTERS
Row 1: Ieanette Klein, Shirley Blackburn, Betty
Row 2: Sophie Sarros, Dorothy Lucito, Norma Ur-
banski, Phyllis Nordaker, Marie Cole, Wil-
the games and
m o r e friends
k n o w t r u e
and real athlet-
citing than a
one was sure of
til the fin al
b l o w n . The
their lives de-
final s c o r c .
years from now
will be held in
so everyone can
Miss Iaacks for
her patience in instructing newcomers, for her friendly smile when things went wrong,
for her understanding of high school girls, for, well for being the grand person she is!
"Successful! Entertaining! Enjoyable!" These were the exclamations of the spectators
attending the annual Terrapin Water Show on May 15 as the final act drew to a close
marking the end of Terrapin activities for the year.
Tl1e Terrapin members went out of their way this year to make the show a success,
choosing highly amusing comedy acts, selecting the most difficult dives and ballets, but
excellently and gracefully handled by such girls as Grace Iones, Pat Lauerman, Mary Gab-
Row 1: Virginia Fedosky, Nina Cusick, Io Ann Clark, Sophie Sarros, Nelda Berger,
Nora Heimbuch, Doris Schutz, Wilene Steinkraus, Dorothy Lucito, Iean Ostrow-
ski, Shirley Blackburn, Peany Hesselbarth, Lillian Horst, Betty Buhring, Phyllis
Row 2: Norma Urbanski, Lillian Hudzik, Ieanette Klein, Iune Oberla, Helen Snyder, Lu-
ella Lorenz, Thelma Hoggatt, Marjorie O'Brien, Delores Yarck, Marjorie La
Londe, Esther Walters, Barbara Gilbreath, Abby Abblett, Marie Cole, Florence
Lynn, Ruth Schultz, Lila Mae Winterhoff, Betty Rentner
Row 3: Florence Lorenz, Irma Reich, Iune Hanrahan, Elvah Workman, Annette Borg-
man, Betty Lesmeister, Norma Larrance, Isabelle Tomaszewski, Lois Henley,
lean Wilke, Marjorie Sweeney, Ianell Kickert, Eileen Nichter, Mary Alice Car-
roll, Pat Lauerman Kathryn Boglarsky, Wayneta Dyer, Charlotte Ostrowski
Row 4: Helen Greenwood, Mary Iane Butler, Irene Kohler, Clarabelle Hoggatt, Ianet
Schultz, Iane Schultz, Lorraine Romszewicz, Ruth Becker, Florence Deering, Clau-
dine Alward, Doris Larson, Norma Butler, lane Dobrowolski, Marguerite Gloger,
Clarice Raczkowski, Betty McClosky, Sally Orkis
Not in picture: Dorothy Carrubba, Ethel Kollar, Dorothy Krass, Betty Lorenz,
Rella Rae Rex, Rita Strand, Dolores Wartman, Dorothy Wojick
rich, Alma and Faye Sausaman, Virginia Fedosky, Elizabeth Hesselbarth, and Abby Alys
Abblett. The trick swimming and flashlight performance were highlights of the show.
Betty Ann Rappe announced the various acts and performers.
The membership in the club was the largest it has ever beeng therefore bigger and bet-
ter shows were given. The Water Carnival held in November was such a huge success that
four shows had to be given for the one evening.
Although the girls did not place in the annual telegraphic meet, everyone had a lot of
fun taking part in the races.
Yes sir, this was one year that all the girls spent in amusing and enjoying themselves
as well as making a big name for their club-Terrapin.
Row 1: Phyllis Harle, Evelyn Dabich, Lois Knott, Nelda Berger, Alma Sausaman, Faye
Sausaman, Elizabeth Hesselbarth, Dolores Rentner, Eileen Murrin, Virginia Sulicz
Row 2: Doris Barton, Iacqueline Luth, Virginia Fedosky, Abby Abblett, Grace Iones,
Kathryn Boglarsky, Pat Lauerman, Betty Rentner, Ioann Van Slyke
Row 3: Irene Kohler, Doris Steinkraus, Anna Gocko, Roberta Madison, Mary Gabrich,
Ianet Searles, Dorothy Fanta, Myrna Hoff, Rose Marie Murray, Io Ann Clark,
Miss Shemaitis fsponsorj
Not in picture: Sarah Rider
1941 - 42
1-School tomorrow. I'd better
put up my hair.
2-First day of school. Saw all
the old gang.
3-It's sure good to be back in
4--Activities start next week.
5-It rained but Pep Club raised
8-G.A.C. started today. Volley-
ball is fun.
9-Our Girls' Club Board Meet-
ing lasted over an hour. Planned
10-Went to Library Club meet-
ing. I'd better ask someone to the
11-The Big Sister Party. Met all
the little freshies.
12-We lost our first football
game to Lew Wallace 20-0. Had
fun at social afterwards.
15-Started writing the rewrites
ROGUE No. 1
Color of eyes-Gray
Color of hair-Red
Height-5 feet 6 inches
Marks of identification--Dimples
Date of birth--January 9, 1924
Place of birth-Calumet City
ORLEEN '31 QUENTIN 36
Corner l53rd and State Line Street
CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS
Occupation-Dfamafics SINCLAIR PRODUCTS EXCLUSIVELY
Accomplices - Catherine SCI'lVE'1'
and John Padjen
Picture-Page 109 Greasing - Crankcase Service - Tires - Batteries
"You'll Like the Way We Treat You
The class of '42 is stepping out in a
historic year. Your opportunities for becominq
established in successful careers and for im-
mediate service to your country are unprece-
dented. Best wishes!
IEROME P. HARTNETT
STANDARD BUSINESS COLLEGE
5248 Hohmcm Avenue
Lcmtinq's Department Store
Dry Goods and Shoes
Phone l84R Lansing, Illinois
A1 I. Walz
529 State Street
Bicycles, Bicycle motors,
Repairs, and Encrmelinq
For lovely qiits
For matching hat-purse sets
For hosiery, dresses, etc.
Try Caiumefs Newest
THE "VARIETY SHOP"
633 Wentworth Avenue at l53rd Street
Open evenings and Sundays
1941 - 42
16-Got to swim today. My hair
was a mess for Pep Club.
17-Mr. MacPhail left for Wash-
ington, D. C., today. First tea
18-Terrapin tryouts today. Our
new history teacher, Mr. King-
19-Ran the track twice in G.A,C.
The varsity was practicing.
20-Waukegan beat us-7-0.
22-No homework. Went to
23-The Flying Eagles had their
first meeting tonight.
24-We got some new library
25--Passed three tests. I'm in the
26-First THORNTONIAN came
out and our first league game. We
29-Had an assembly on "liquid
ROGUE No. 2
Color of eyes-Blue
Color of hair-Blonde
Height-5 feet 10 inches
Marks of identification - Swell
Date of birth-July 14, 1924
Place of birth-Calumet City
Wanted for - Competition for
Accomplices-Torn and Russ
1941 - 4
30-Went to the Navy Band Con-
cert. It was swell but the kids
weren't very appreciative.
1-We were asked to conserve pa-
per. That means cutting down
2-Carnival tryouts. I made the
3-They voted on Senior class of-
4-Beat Blue Island 39-0.
6-Tickets for the G.C.D. went
on sale. I'1l have to start saving
7-Had tryouts for cheerleaders
in the homerooms.
8-Had solo Carnival tryouts.
Gee, was I scared.
9-Election of Junior Class of-
10-We tied Havey 0-0. Whatta
ROGUE No. 3
Color of eyes-Blue
Color of hair-Red
Height-5 feet 6 inches
Mark of identification-Shaffer's
Date of birth-June 14, 1924
Place of birth-Gary, Indiana
SCHROEDER FUNERAL HOME
Phono Lcxnninq 24
5409 Hohmun Avenue
"Gills ol Dllfi.l'lCliOh"
I-IAN SEN BROTHERS
FLORIST SHOP AND CONSERVRTORY
Cut Flowers Floral Designs
5320 Hohmcm Avenue
Phone Hammond 202
TF 'xt ff?
CU l GUARANTEED Fuels UI E
Sporting Goods cmd Radio Store
Gordon Millett '28
437 State Street, Hammond, Indiana
GET IT AT
Hcrwk's Standard Service
State Line and Sibley
Calumet City, Illinois
Phone Hammond 10181
IOHN R. HAWK
Good Luck To The
Class of '42
Lynn's Department Store
"Better Merchandise At A Saving"
5609-11 Calumet Avenue Phone 1028
Phone Hammond 10466
We'd Like To C-U-B-A
Customer ut Ours
Silver Button Service Station
ORRIN BARBER, proprietor
Sibley and Burnham Avenue
Calumet City, Illinois
1941 - 4
13-Report cards. Oh, my head-
14-Had a movie, so I got out of
3rd period class.
15-I'm chairman of the assembly
16-Crowell subscription drive
started with a bang. We'11 have
a good CHRONOSCOPE cover.
17--Decorated for the G.C.D.
Outsiders could come this year.
Had a grand time.
20-Library Club held a theater
21-Missed Board meeting to
practice for the Carnival.
22-Got a Norwegian flyer to
write to. Say, now!
23-The fad for buying boys'
plaid shirts is under way.
24-Our homecoming game. Beat
Bloom 6-0. Yipppeeee! Social aft-
ROGUE No. 4
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Brown
Height-5 feet 1055 inches
Marks of identificatoin - Wavy
Date of birth - September 30,
Place of birth-Hammond
Occupation-Secretary of Mono-
Wanted for-Killing tLadiesJ
, - -W v-----
l94l - 42
27-Got out of school. The teach-
ers had a meeting. By golly, I
like teachers' meetings.
28-Went over our quota. Now
we-'ll have a good cover for our
29-Practice and fitting of cos-
tumes for the Carnival.
30-Went to the Hallowe'en Par-
ty. Had more fun.
31-Everything went wrong to-
day. I flunked a history test. It
rained and I have no way to get
to the game.
1-Beat Argo 6-0. We are now
S.S.L.C. Not bad. It sure was a
3-More Carnival costumes fit-
ting. Just made G.A.C. on time.
4-The assembly for magazine
drive prizes held today. Mr.
Lambka wasn't on my side,
'cause I didn't get a prize.
ROGUE No. 5
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Black
Height--5 feet 1015 inches
Marks of identification--Crooked
Date of birth-October 7, 1924
Place of birth-Louisville, Ken-
tucky Cor hadn't you heard?J
Occupation - Vice-president of
Wanted for-Hollywood "Glam-
Phone 420 Air Conditioned
Hamrnond's Finest Iewolry Store
8 Alleys - Year Round Bowling
45692 State Street
Visit Our Up-To-Date
Harry Low, 3660 Ridge Road
Phone 3520 MCIHGQGT Lansing, Illinois
P0SueWmf9'Th0mPS0n Lynn Brothers. Incorporated
One Russell Street
5309 Hohman Avenue
Conformal Personalised Shoes
For Men and Women
Phone Hammond 3999
Globe Glass 6. Mirror
Safety Glass Our Specialty
5417 Hohman Avenue
Dr. HUGH A. KUHN
Telephone Hammond 442
We Call and Deliver
Pressing While You Wait
Rugs and Draperies
683 Wentworth Avenue
Calumet City, Illinois
Phone Hammond S84 W. F. Herring
Sales 6 Service
60 Clinton Street Hammond, Indiana
lVlocArthur Will Win
With YGUR l-lelp
National defense proqrorn hors created
thousands of positions. Let us help
you answer the coll for skilled office
DAY, EVENING, and PART-TIME COURSES
Summer School - Delightiully Cool
IOHN MURRAY, Director ol sfLldiO!
5141 Hohmczn Avenue Iopposite Penny's Store! Phone 1954
1941 - 42
5-Got my first letter from a pen
pal in Puerto Rico.
6-We had a wonderful assembly
on India. Coming home I met
the speaker. I'm going to India.
7-Made the volley ball team.
8-Bloom beat Harvey last night
and we beat Elgin. S.S.L.C. title
10-The G.A.C. social was better
than ever. We formed a conga
line coming home.
11-Armistice Day. I'm always
sad on this day.
12-Juniors beat the freshies in
volleyball tournament. Of course,
what else could happen?
13-My birthday. I'm 16 now and
17-I slept in all my classes to-
day, but when that page from
the Senate talked, boy, did I
wake up fast!
18-Nearly forgot Girls' Club
Board meeting tonight.
ROGUE No. 6
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Brown
Height-5 feet 3 inches
Marks of identification-Dirnple-s,
and a winning smile
Date of birth-April 19, 1925
Place of birth-Chicago
Wanted for-Getting in on ev-
1941 - 42
19-"C" day. I delivered tele--
grams last period dressed as a
20-Thanksgiving. Boy, did I eat!
I've got a lot to be thankful for
24-Shcool again. Darn it. Went
around advertising the Carnival
in the home rooms.
25-Carnival pictures were taken
after school. Always take lousy
26-Carnival assembly. Everyone
said it was good.
27-Dress rehearsal. Poor dress
rehearsal, good show. I certainly
hope that's right.
28-Carnival night. Boy, did we
make money. Virge and Wayne,
the Queen and King.
29-Everyone said that it was the
best Carnival ever.
1-Bad news. Out came report
ROGUE No. 7
Color of eyes-Blue
Color of hair-Blonde
Height-6 feet Cwith shoes onl
Marks of identification-Battered
Date of birth-July 7, 1924
Place of birth-Chicago
Occupation-Editor of THORN-
Member of the Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
For Smart Young Fellows
IACK FOX 6 SONS
New Way Shoe Repair
E. A. CROWE, proprietor
Opposite Paramount Theatre
5406 Hohman Avenue
I AMES HELMS
Grocery and Market
18100 Torrence Avenue
Phone Lansing 17
Calumet City Bunk Building
Calumet City, Illinois
IDEAL SERVICE STATION
Gasoline, Motor Oils, Greases,
Accessories cmd Tire Repairing
152nd and State Line
Calumet City, Illinois
FRANK IONAS, proprietor
GUS BOCK'S HARDWARE
HARDWARE. PAINTS. GLASS
"DRINK PASTEURIZED MILK FOR HEALTH"
1941 - 4
2-First basketball game. Beat
Peotone 38-23 and Hammond
Tech's B team 27-7.
3-Had a lecture on American In-
4-Went to Pep Club. Then
watched the Whiting swim meet.
5-Teddy and Shorty were chosen
1942 co-captains when players re-
ceived their letters.
6-We beat Blue Island basket-
ball team last night.
8-U. S. declared war on Japan
after the Pearl Harbor attack.
9-Unidentified planes were over
the West Coast.
10-Had a wacky assembly. An
ex-convict talked. His wife played
11-Got all my Christmas shop-
12-Girls' Chorus went caroling
15-The 120th Anniversary of the
Bill of Rights. Something to cheer
ROGUE No. 8
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-"Muddy" color
Height-5 feet 10 inches
Marks of identification-Intellb
gent look -
Date of birth-January 10, 1924
Place of birth-Oak Glen, Illinois
Occupation-"High man" on the
Wanted for-"low man" on honor
1941 - 4
16-Helped d e c o ra t e for the
Christmas Concert. It was swell.
No little kids running around.
18-Instead of having a history
test, we heard Charles Dickens'
19-School's out today. No home-
work to boot.
1-Happy New Year!
2-I hope I keep my resolutions.
5-Had a wonderful vacation!
School starts again!! Junior
Council elections were held.
6-The THORNTONIAN office
was moved and now is the only
decorated room in school.
ROGUE No. 9
Color of eyes-gray, green, blue,
yellow and black
Color of hair-Blonde
Height-5 feet 5 inches
Marks of Identification - Hair
Date of birth--May l, 1924
Place of birth-Forest Park, Illi-
Wanted for-Cheer Leading
A1 Kvedaras Food Shop
13958 Green Bay Avenue
DOUGLAS FLORAL SHOP
Ionph A. Zcaada C. B. Newlcki
48 Douglas Street, Hammond, Indiana
I-'lowerphone Hammond 2563
Telegraph Delivery Anywhere
Phone Hammond 303
122-124 State Street
Phone Lansing 20
Henry Bock's Hardware
Paints - Glass - Wallpaper
18059 Torrenc Avenue
Oak Glen, Illinois
526V2 East State Street
Pastries For All Occasions
Picture-Page 117 NORTHERN INDIANA
STATIONERY COMPANY. INCORPORATED
Greeting Cards For All Occasions
Full Line Office Supplies And Furniture
Phone Hammond lll
5307 Hohman Avenue
O. E. BOLL'S 6 COMPANY
Peabody Seating Company Good Luck Mmqmine
' Good Luck Salad Dressing
Office and School Furniture
481-488 Fayette Street
Telephone Hammond 3204
The Home ot the Better Ice Cream of
6557 Hohman Avenue
Ask for SHEDD'S Hi-Grade Ice Cream
We Also Make Special Ice Cream Cakes
And Individual Moulds For Parties
THE SHEDD COMPANY
301 East l17th Street Chicago, Illinois Pullman 8800
Use "POLAR BRAND" Quick Frozen Foods
-with a boy friend takes a lot of worry out
h oi your life because you are always sure of a
. "' v .j ' . .
4 . date! Going steady to the Minas Company for
E ,JS your young-viewpoint fashions has its advantages,
t Q too, because here you are always sure to find
the daie provoking cloihes you need.
EDWARD C. MINAS COMPANY
1941 - 42
7-Squads practiced in G.A.C.
8-Held first Junior Council
meeting. Ice skating perfect.
9-Argo game. Hope we win.
10-Lost our Hrst basketball
game to Harvey. They were
12-First meeting of the staH' of
TEEN was held.
13-Lost to G.R.C. in a real heart-
breaker 30-29. Junior tea was
14-Sat reminiscing about grade
school days in the staff room.
15-There was Junior council
meeting. Defense social nearing.
16-The lights beat Bloom, but
the heavies lost. Teams were
chosen in G.A.C.
19-Final exams. Oh! - I'm not
20-Took my last exam. What a
ROGUE No. 10
Color of eyes-Blue
Color of hair-Brown
Height-6 feet 1 inch
Marks of Identificatifm-tickets
Date of birth-June 2, 1924
Place of birth-East St. Louis,
Wanted for-Radio broadcasts
ALBERT WAHLG KEN
1941 - 42
21-Defense Social with Peany in
charge. It was swell.
23-End of semester and report
26-New semester starting. Now's
the time to turn over a new leaf.
27-The Big Little Sister party
was held. Freshies are so cute.
28-G.A.C. Captain basketball
29-Pep Club. I have more fun
letting off steam.
30-Both lights and heavies beat
2-Got one of those feather cuts.
Am I a mess!!!
3-CHRONOSCOPE p i c t u r e s
were tken right after my hair
4-Junior play tryouts and Radio
Club tryouts. Oh, gee.
ROGUE No. 1 1
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Brown
Height-5 feet 5 inches
Mark of identification - raised
Date of birth-December 20, 1924
Place of birth-Hammond
Wanted for-Subtle "digs"
Custom Built I ewelry
CLASS RINGS AND PINS
DANCE PROGRAMS - BIDS AND FAVORS
GRADUATION GIFTS OF DISTINCTION
cmd Show Room Factory Office
27 E. MONROE STREET 1140 CORNELIA
SCI-IAPPI BUS LINE. Incorporated
BUY UNITED STATES
WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
HELP WIN THE WAR
Phone Lansing 55
BUILDING MATERIALS and STOKERS
18307 Torrance Avenue Oak Glen, Illinois
THE MERCANTILE BANK
Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
5243 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana
l94l - 42
5-More tryouts for the Junior
play. Ooodles of girls came out.
6-I hope we lick Lockport. It's
raining. Bad sign.
9-Tomorrow we know if we
made the play.
10-Well, I made it. Boy, am I
ll-The Alumni Party was fun. I
have enough points for News
12-Linco1n's B i r t h d a y. No
13-Of all schools that have to
beat us, why Harvey?'??
14-Our Lights are now S.S.L.C.
16-G.A.C. and play practice
keep me busy.
17-We beat the Alumni by one
18-Had the TEEN assembly. We
sure need subscriptions.
19-That Barn Dance for the ath-
letic carnival will be fun.
ROGUE No. 12
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Brown
Height-5 feet 51!z inches
Marks of Identification-Persom
Date of birth-March 18, 1925
Place of birth-Chicago
Wanted for-General nuisance
1941 - 4
20-G.A.C. initiation, I really
felt sorry for those kids.
23-More pictures were taken to-
day, Went ice skating.
24-I can do a reasonable fac-
simile of a figure 8.
25-I guess I'm going to be in the
Clark speech tournament. My
26-I don't know how I get into
these things but Pm not a poetry
27-Made the basketball squad.
That calls for a celebration.
28-The Speech Meet. Here's
where I pass out.
2-We had T. B. skin tests. I keep
telling myself it didn't hurt.
3-Started writing for TEEN.
ROGUE No. 13
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Black
Height-5 feet 5 inches
Marks of Identification - Ditto
carbon on face
Date of birth-Nov. 30, 1924
Place of birth-Hammond
Occupation - CHRONOSCOPE
Wanted for-Chewing gum with
her mouth open
WHITE EAGLE BAKERY
13501 Avenue N
Phone South Chicago 9681
Wedding, Birthday, and Fancy Cakes
PAINTS - GLASS
Pittsburgh Plate Glass
420 stbiey Avenue
FAIRVIEW FOOD SHOP
ANTON SKWIERTZ, proprietor
301-l56th Place and Lincoln Avenue
Calumet City, Illinois
WILLIAM H. WINTERHOFF
Bagalotfs Service Station
Ridge Road and Roy Street
All Kinds ot' Standard Products
Stop and Pay Us A Visit
Phone South Chicago 4431
H. I. HAGERMAN
"Everything for the Home"
Protane Bottled Gas
May Fortune Ever Smile On You
Norge Home Electric Appliances
The Men And Women OI Tomorrow
I. W. MILLIKAN
George ihankl Meyforth
Clerk of Burnham Philco - R.c.A. - victor - Emerson
449 State Street Hammond, Indiana
Telephone Hammond 10292
VAN SENUS BROTHERS
SUPER SERVICE STATION
Dr. P. A. BOELENS
Gas - Oil - Greasinq - Tires
Washing - Accessories
Standard and Hohman
LAKE COUNTY CANDY COMPANY
Confectionery and Fountain Supplies
Syrups, Malted Milk, Coca-Cola, Cigars,
Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Paper Napkins, Ice Cream Cones, Safety Matches
245 Dyer Boulevard Hammond, Indiana
SCHULTZ MIDVVEST STORE
Phone Lansing 8
Automatically Cooled Fresh Vegetables
Quality Meats and Groceries
William O. Schultz '34 Mary Gaither '40
Norman Schultz '40 lack Ki-oss '40
1941 - 4
4-We beat Peotone tonight at
the regional tourney.
5-Blue Island beat us in the re-
6-I'm sleepy but there are three
meetings after school.
10-Report cards again. They
never forget to come out.
11-Dress Rehearsal for the Jun-
12-Whatta day. The Junior Play,
basketball teams chosen.
13-I guess I'll try out for editor
of the THORNTONIAN.
14-Boy, this editor business is
16-No school. Whoopee doodle.
17-Sure, and if it isn't St. Pat-
18-Our heavies beat Parker. To-
19--Well, I guess Tilden beat us.
ROGUE No. 14
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Brown
Height-5 feet 3 inches
Marks of identitication-a Sleepy
Date of birth-Oct. 22, 1924
Place of birth-Calumet City
Wanted for-Part of imp in class
JO ANN CLARK
1941 - 42
20-The Talent Show was plenty
23-The Girls' Boy Club Roller
skating party was swell. I can't
skate. but I didn't let that bother
24-Well. the THORNTONIAN'S
gone to press. Now I can sleep
25-We had plenty of kids from
school at our radio program on
26-I start writing gossip for the
next radio show.
30-Here it is March 30, and snow
three inches deep.
31-Those poor Monogram Club
initiates. Their initiation was
1-April Fool's Day and the
THORNTONIAN is out. What a
7-School again. Vacations make
ROGUE No. 15
Color of eyes-Blue
Color of hair-Blonde
Height-5 feet 4 inches
Marks of identification-Frown
Date cf birth-October 23, 1924
Place of birth-Hammond
Picture-Page 123 I
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BRAHOS COFFEE SHOP
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort
5239 Hohmcm Avenue
Liesenielt Service Station
Art and Herb Liuontslt
Tires cmd Batteries
State Line and 152nd Street
Calumet City. Illinois
Phone 5542 536 Fayette Street
Hammond Radio Laboratory
Expert Radio cmd
Sound Advertising Service
Public Address Equipment
For Rent or Sale
FRANK B. ORF
Motorola - Philco - Delco Auto Radios
Phone Hammond 372
IOSEPH S. CZECHANSKI
Undertaker and Embalmor
248 155th Place
Corner Lincoln Avenue
Opposite St. Andrew's Church
Calumet City, lllinois
Phone Hammond 553
CHARLES H. MAYER 6
l-liqh ofeae Carbonated Beverages
566 State Line Street
Calumet City, Illinois
1941 - 42
8-The square dance came off
O. K. at the intramurals. We
9-The radio play was cast.
10-At Junior Council meeting
we began making plans for Jun-
13-Took my bicycle out of stor-
14-Radio script was due today.
15-Nominations for the Girls'
Club Board are posted.
16-I get to attend the Girls Club
Conference in Cicero.
17-The Boys' Club Dance came
off swell. The air raid theme was
20-Clean up day. We even had
ROGUE No. 16
Color of eyes-Blue
Color of hair-Black
Height-6 feet 2 inches
Marks of identification-Intellb
Date of birth-June 6, 1924
Place of birth-Michigan City,
1941 - 42
21-No junior-senior sneak today.
22-Girls' Club election.
23-Election results were posted
this morning. Nervous.
24-The Senior play was "Never
Darken My Door." Plenty good.
We lost our track meet with Blue
27-Report cards. Ooo!! I think
I'll start studying.
28-I-lad a swell Deana Durbin
movie. Gee, but she can sing.
29-Bow day and finals in the
Oral English contest.
30-The radio program was pret-
ty good. There was Girls' Club
l-TEEN appears. The Mother-
Daughter party. The candle light
service is so beautiful you want
2-The Girls' Club conference at
3-The University of Chicago tea.
4-G.A.C. baseball sure is fun.
Only I can't play.
ROGUE No. 17
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Brown
Height-5 feet 1092 inches
Marks of identification-Prisom
er's hair cut
Date of birth-Sept. 21, 1922
Place of birth-Brooklyn
Wanted for-General "scx'ewba1l"
CLEAN TOWEL SERVICE
43 Ogden Street Hammond, Indiana
DR. H. T. DEBSKI
IULIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
Special Attention Given
To Individual Hair Styles
For Weddings and Formals
13312 Brandon Avenue
Bieker Company, Inc.
Coal - Coke
624 Highland Street
Phone Lansing 430
Chicken, Steak, and Chop Dinners
We Specialize in Hamburgers
18105 Torrence Avenue
BURNS FUNERAL HOME
5840 Hohman Avenue
SUPER SERVICE STATION
Tire Repairing - Greasing
Washings - Batteries
SAM MUNDO, proprietor
State and Wentworth
Calumet City, Illinois
Phone Hammond 9839
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1942
FROM THE CITY ADMINISTRATION OI'
CALUME1' CITY. ILLINOIS
IOHN W. IARANOWSKI .,,....... .....,,...,.... M cyor
STEVE I. MACIEIEWSKI .,........ .. ..,..,.,,.. City Clerk
FRANK L. KAMINSKI ...,..... ..,,.,,., P olice Magistrate
ANTON SKWIERTZ ..... .,,... ,.,..,.,...,..,,. T r ecxsurer
IOHN E. PAVLIKH ...,,.,., ...,...., C ity Attorney
WILLIAM H. THRAILKILL, PRED LAUERMAN ....,,...... First Wcxrd
IOSEPH BRECLAW, FRANK MAGDZIASZ ,......,..,... Second Ward
PETER SOCZYK, STANLEY IAGODZINSKI ....,,..,...,,... ,Third Ward
FRANK I. MILLER ..,..................,.,.........,..... .... ,.,,,,... F o urth Ward
RUSSELL I. CADMAN, PAUL PROBST ,.,. .,.. ,,.., . F ifth Ward
1941 - 42
5-The last Girls Club board
6-Spring is really here. Every-
one's getting spring fever and I'm
getting hay fever.
7-Junior Terrapin practice. The
Water Show is coming up.
8--Sadie Hawkins Day. Had more
fun cutting in on the fellows.
11-G.A.C. It's a wonderful day
for ditching. But who wants five
12-It seems funny, no board
meetings on Tuesday.
14-Terrapin practice. We must
be in the groove for the Water
15-Friday, I like Fridays cause
I can always look forward to Sat-
18-School again, but only 15
more days, then vacation.
19-The Water Show. Such beau-
tiful mermaids floating around.
ROGUE No. 18
Color of eyes-Brown
Color of hair-Black
Height-5 feet ll inches
Marks of identification-Dis
Date of birth-May 31, 1924
Place of birth-Cleveland, Ohio
26-G.A.C. banquet and letters
1941 - 42
20-G.A.C. Nothing doing around
21-The last general tea was to-
day. They always have such
22-The Spring Music Festival.
It's always good. Last G.A.C.
25-Tomorrow nght's the ban-
quet. I sure hope I get my letter.
27--I'm so proud of my letter I
28-I hope our Prom is a success
so we can have it next year.
29-Junior-Senior Prom. Dec-
orated all day. Gee, the gym
1-Not much longer. I hope I
2-The tennis is swell. I'l1 play
this week so I can next week.
3-Boy have I been reviewing!
No cramming for me.
4-I've started worrying about
Hnal exams. I'm scared.
5-Senior day! The school will
be dead without them.
8-Fnal exams. Two down and
two to go.
9-Fnal exam. Three down
one to go.
10-Final exam. Four down
none to go.
13-So long till next year.
FREELAND FOOD SHOP
THEODORE DUTCZAK, proprietor
A Full Line ot
Choice Meats and Groceries
Calumet City, Illinois
Phone Hammond 3465
B36 Freeland Avenue
THE TYPEWRITER MAN
Phone 682 5319 Hohman Avenue
Stop at Clark Brothers
And Ask About Our Index System
All Cars Serviced By
Highly Trained Attendants
Sonny Schultz '40 LeRoy Smith '44
Gabby Koselke '31, Gerald Frevert '4l
Phone Lansinq 300 Lansing, Illinois
Filling Prescriptions Is All
We Do, But We Do That Well
First Trust Drug Store
Iosspt-1 E. HANEY
First Trust Building Sixth Floor
Ange 6 Helen Bonqiovanni
540 Fayette Street
Louetta's Corset Studio
Marshall Field Annex
25 East Washington Street
THE LANSING PRINTING COMPANY
Pnmrnns AND runust-uzns
3323 l82nd Street
THORNTON FRACTIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Herb Krous '37 ......,..... ...,......... .........,,... P r esident
Don Finnerctn '36 .......,.,... ..,......,,. V ice President
Beverly Millies '39 .....,... ........, S ecretory
I. P. Amodeo '38 .....,... .,,...... T reasurer
A socicl, recreational, cmd welfare orqcznizotion
founded to promote bonds ot fellowship between
our alumni, their high school, and their community.
ALUMNI-VARSITY BASKETBALL GAME
All Alumni Are Eligible For Membership
Only 50 cents per year
The past year saw a lot of
changes in Dame Fashion. For
instance it saw the girls going
around with their hair in pigtails,
then watched them crop it off in
three inch cuts.
It saw the boys outdoing the
three inch business by getting
brush haircuts and looking like
prsoners awaiting execution.
It saw the glamour girls go to
the other extreme and wearing
their hair Veronica Lake style-
long and straight with a wave
covering one eye and obscuring
It saw the wave of "Sweater
Girls" striving to resemble Lana
It saw the wearing of 3A socks
much to the disgust of the boys.
It saw the boys going rustic
and wearing overall pants with
wide suspenders much to the dis-
gust of the girls.
It saw the girls trying to outdo
each other with bigger babush-
kas and longer fringe.
It saw the girls going Holly-
wood and wearing slacks with
casual polo coats.
Yep-We sure went through a
lot to suit Dame Fashion-but it
THEY ALWAYS SAY-
Mrs. Canaga-"If you don't be-
lieve me-look it up in history."
"Ge-ography and history are mar-
ried and cannot be divorced."
Miss Jaacks-"Ya get me?"
Miss Schmidt Cto beginning typ-
Miss Moe Cto mel--"That article
was due last Wednesday."
Miss K. Brazzill-ito third period
library!-"Quiet back there at
the last table.
Mr. Smith-"A coupla three -
Miss McBrair-"Peop1e! Please
Mr. Lambka-"It's not Latin-
it's your head that's hard."
Mr. Elvin-"How comes this?"
BY THESE YOU SHALL KNOW
If it's winning 38-0
It's our Meteors
If they giggle infectiously
It's Alma and Fay Sauseman
If she is sweet
It's Phyllis Alward
If it's a 96.9 average
It's Wilfred Kraegel's
If he speaks eloquently
It's Edgar Thedens
If she has a "way with the boys"
It's Rella Rae Rex.
If it's a glamour girl hair style
It's Doris Recker's
If it's a corny joke
It's Bob Rentner's
If it's got an engaging grin
It's Tommy Shaffer
If it's blase
It's Vera Reynolds , ,
If he is idle
It's a tire saleman
If she is athletic
It's Nora Heimbuch
If he has a bubbling personality
It's Maxie, the Magazine Man
If it's got a battered brief case
It's Albert Wahlgren
If it's always willing to help
It's Virginia Fedosky .
Congratulations To The
Graduating Class ot '42
THE HAMMOND TIMES
THE CALUMET REIGION'S
790 Wentworth Avenue
G. BEUTTER, proprietor
Calumet City, Illinois
Gas, Oils, Radiator
And Accessories Repairing
A. W. Kraay - R. E. Kraay
Phone Lansing ll Lansinq, Illinois
MEATS and POULTRY
745 Burnham Avenue
102- 155th Place
Calumet City, Illinois
Ice Cream for Parties and Picnics
1310 West 150th Street
East Chicago, Indiana
Phone East Chicago 3463
Calumet Dairy Company
Pasteurizsd Milk and Cream
l5Bth Street and Forsythe Avenue
Calumet City, lllinois
State Line Service Station
Schultz and De Vries
State Line and Ridge Road
Phone 164 Lansing, Illinois
UNITED CIGAR STORE
and News Agency
SPRAGIKS SWEET SHOP
HOME MAID ICE CREAM
5Sl2L'i Hohman Avenue
Betore You Enroll Visit
SCI-IAAF BEAUTY SCHOOL
Oldest and Best Known
ln Calumet Region
5453 Hohman Avenue
Specialized Stoker Coals
Kirkeiner Sales 6 Service
com. and cox:
Office and Yards: 306 Condit Street
Phone: Hammond 332
Plan to Continue Your Education
Thornton Iunior College
If it's "different" history class
It's Mrs. Canaga's
If it can't see
If it smells
It's chemistry lab.
If it stinks
If it goes in circles
It's a track man
If it sings beautifully
lt's Marilyn Crane
If it hurts like -
It's a tooth ache
YOU HAVENT LIVED IF
never been in one of Mr. Frey's
didn't get to see the THORNTON-
IAN Staff on deadline day.
never seen Edgar Theden's ex-
never seen Art Ollrich play bas-
didn't get to read one of Theden's
missed Tom Shat'fer's crooked
never neglected to get an article
for the paper in on time.
haven't seen Moon and Lil in the
process of a fight.
never gone on a Junior-Senior
never been to a Girls' Club party.
never seen the 8th graders visit
us in the spring.
Harry Black burn
Mary Margaret Keller
Matthew P. Dempkowski
Iosephine W. Dempkowski
Anthony I. Zyqmunt
Margaret E. Klucker
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Lloyd C. Schultz
Merle R. I ones
Iames N ichter
Pvt. I. McCullough
Iohn I. Maicherek
Iohn Pe triska
didn't hear Mr. MOTg3H,S talk on
Character, Culture, Courte-sy,
never danced with Mack Bud-
never had Betty Ann Rappe mad
never seen Sophie Sarros with
ditto carbon all over her face.
have'n't played in G.A.C.
never seen Nelda Berger play
basketball with her tongue stuck
missed seeing Dominic Vitale and
Archie Ross on the loose to-
didn't see "June Mad" or "Don't
Darken My Door.
never saw Virge at lunch.
l1aven't seen Rita Strand.
haven't seen Miss Schmidt in a
never seen Sherm Stoll when a
girl goes by.
haven't seen Dee and Teddy.
never were there when Peany
was twisting a curl.
haven't been bitten by Vera Rey-
never talked to Charlie Cullum.
haven't watched Wilfred Kraegel
Herman Martin write- N
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Mahoney WILL NEVER FORGET:
"Bones's" six points in 45 sec-
"Jocko's" football playing.
Our first day as freshmen.
Mr. Frey and Chemistry.
Phone 2885 Leather Goods
CHARLES I. LESSER
453 State Street Hammond, Indiana
:mn runznm. Hom-:
Hammond Floral Company
"Flowers For All Occasions"
7048 Hohman Avenue Phone 3490
Phone Hammond 85
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24 Hour Service
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AND SUPPLY COMPANY
The first time Bob March made
The "hit" "June Mad" made.
Abby's red dress.
The seats in 125.
Phyl Nordaker, Betty Buhring,
Jeanette Klein, and the
The "School for Drama" assem-
bly. CEspecia11y Gootchl.
Bill Freyman's versatility.
The Self-Centered League.
Mr. Lambka's corny jokes.
The fight for third year Latin.
Our facial expressions on the
The gold footballs and basket-
All the freshman girls "swip-
ing" our boy friends.
Some of the color combinations.
The plaid shirt "fad."
The Monogram Club Initiation.
The Mother-Daughter Party.
Shirley Temple .... ........... B arbara Gllbreath
Veronica Lake ..,.. .,,.,,,.,..... D oris Becker
Mutt cmd Jett .....,.....,....,... Brough and Stoll
Tyrone Power .,,.,......,...............,.. Ted Pietrzcxk
Sterling Hayden.. .............. Gordon Buffington
Blondie and Daqwood
Horst and McMu11in
Rosalind Russell ....................,... Flossle Lynn
Jackie Cooper, ............,............,. lack LaNoue
Bonita Granville .....
...Anna Van Krimpen
Robert Taylor ...,..........,. Coach Young lllll
Lana Turner ,.,....
Martha Raye ....... .
Gr eta Garbo .........
. ...,. Betty Ann Rappe
. ........... Vera Reynolds
Zazu Pitts ............,..... ...,,......... A lma Garland
Melvyn Douglas ......,.....,.................,. Mr. Elvin
Laurel and Hardy .... Heimbuch and Krass
Betty Grable ......,..........,.......... Nelda Berger
Billy Halop ............ ......,, D omlnic Vitale
Iohn Garfield ....... ,
Bette Davis ..,....
And him work hard without
Poor little sun, him not very
Why him unhappy? Weill tell
you quite soon
For poor little sun, him in love
with the moon.
Beautiful moon all pretty and
Our poor little sun, him's
loves did invite
Her flirted, and winked her
Gur poor little sun can't take
it, him sighs.
"Oh bootiful bootiful maiden
Would I were a little star"
"Why you wish you was a
"So I could be where e'er you
But alas, this cannot be
For sun at night, shall ne'er
But moon in day-ahal we
"The moon and sun, they
The sun, him wasn't very
But him was shine with all
Poor little sun, him don't got
Him work from begin to end
Hellman and Loehr-Floor Covering
Dahlkamp's Cities Service Station
Ridge Road Cleaners-E. C. Berwanger,
Helen Brumm Millinery Shop
Lansing King Kold
Rodger's Clothing Store
lim Brown Shade Sz Awning Company
Iack Matthews' Barber Shop
Iohn Erickson, Violin Maker
Ted Styka's Grocery and Meat Market
Brown's Floral Shop
Martha's Food Shop
Modern Shoe Repair
The "Brick" Store of Burnham
Schneider's Department Store
Lansing Food Mart
Royal Blue Food Shop
Daisy's Grocery Store
Dr. I. C. Lem
Casey's Food Shop
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