Thornton Township High School - Thorntonite Yearbook (Harvey, IL)

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' .1.x,.,i14,.m., 1+ ini bg!! , lx K., .,,,a. , .-. . - 41- 5 ' M1 . .QF g"52'f":f f Xiu 5 ff 'WE' 4455. 4 'fu , fe sm-- . Al -45533, lfikfi .4-. .4-ev' 'fl L - ' gf. ': , ni' .. - ,. .A .. ,.,. . .1-353'-,,.v,f 1 .f '--:3:2f1?'1Gfi"' I K ' ,,f1'N-p-rq:g',- 7 -au -"- .--:..-.-,..1 :" ' -1-' ' . . ' P -- , 1i!"L!.fJ ff-ff-' 'Av lzl Q M -- -' ' W - V. '-S--.am .4 - THE THoRNToN1TE TWENTY-FIRST YEARBOOK Published by Thornton Township High School Harvey, Illinois 1936 ' -1 " -A 1 ,L 2 - " K'..-f?-F':L.e",.Q ': , 1 - --'r'1i?fv4'.' ff: ' VY' , N ' I 37 ' :A , M' ' ' 'J' J -""'P -1- " - '- .-fi5'YL4 1--J--. -" , ' f "4'V9- ' 'W N lr " 1 lefgn-m'a:+t4,.,N, . W -.,,. ,.f w-v -zz-3wQ,,, - Q-W-6:33 -2-4.Een9z,.f,,,,,,L . A , , .. 1- -v- - -.L-,.,,-QA -92-,:,-I... E,-, . w,,..,,,74S?,i,.:2xw.:-pau-.Y . , fs. - ' ' -' -- -"-"L ' .. ,,- K. '- , , . Af- -. : fs: . .- U I I I V. A. Y A , AlJ,L-LR 5 1-Q .V 2. ,.L.,,.,,,- WNW. up-,4,.,. ,.-5, 5, J,,.e4,x, y I ' - We A- v . .4 -' . , , - exe 1 1-M-pe . :Q " - Q. . .-., :' '.:v':,-'av ---,-.3-f,..e w uz- 1 Page Four ISA 131411, 1,OO1N1I IS 1X10N'1'EI,lUS 1878-1935 '1'o the memory of lsnbel Loomis 1X1onte1ius, Ll member of our faculty from 191+ to 1935, a teacher of music and rt guider of souls, 21 revered personage, whose influence is perpetuated in the minds and memories of those who knew and loved her, we, the Class ot' 1936, dediealte this twenty-first volume of the '111'1OI'I1I0I11IC. v-'Vic' xalg, f - -. ' - . xv. J. IR- . ., ,..4,fw- 1'Ef+:f"' ,, 5.--3.4-rlfff-w .. .- -N . --.'4'- uf.:-ek: J - - 'if . -1'-' . 4 411 '1""-Y-.'H--' '- 'W ' " ' ' - ,-:-f by-.A ' ' .,, 9- '. - .-, . : 1, fa- xv , . - . ..-If ,. M... .113 V, ,h I V A , V 1, . . I ' ' H- f:-A-f-W-1-'M-.:1aniB..l..... A '- . '- 1- ' ' The Contents DED ICATION . 4 STAI-'F . 6 FOREWO RD . 7 SCENES . 8 ADMINISTRATION . . I3 ACTIVITIES . 23 ATHLETICS . 3 4- GIRLS CLUB . 45 BOYS CLUB - 53 CLASSES . . 57 ADVERTISING AND FEATURE . III Page Five . ,I i .L ' X .-',- , ve.,-.ge,. ' -- , ,. , fee-.-1f'QM-133451,-:IH - ..-4.q,:11f:5p1,,e.' . A , "Rfk ff Q - Y --. -- ,. I W ,, , . -v ' .'3H',i, 4- '- ,. gg-P""S r -. . ' . ' ,A I+!-11,2fc11g: ., ,.' 2132!-'L sw..- " M 'W """" - W c .4.- 4" I Q , ., ' I A .- ' 1 Page Six Editors- Robert D. Franks Aimee QM. Haines Marian E. Tilstra Editorial Assistants- Sigurd Bergstrom Dorothy Britton Mary Burke Bernice Hood George Koch Dorothy Loiseau Herbert 'Meinheit Eleanor 'Odell Joseph Pracht Carol Rogers June Russell Marilyn Saggars Edward Shilenskus Evelyn Van Buskirk Betty Van De Logt Ivan Winslow Helen Zornow Art Editor- J une Russell Art Assistants- Emma Bassler Walter B'ulben Mary Burke Hazel Erickson Evelyn Flanagan Alvie J-ohnson Eugene McGovern Frank Powers Richard Purcell Verna Roberts Marilyn Saggars Mildred Stobbs Bernis Thompson Evelyn Van Buskirk Anne Verhoeven Jack Willett -Jw! Staff Circulation Manager- Betty Van De Logt Circulation Assistants- Dorothy Britton Mary Burke James Davis Melvin Edwards Dorothy Loiseau Herbert Meinheit Grace Phillips Marilyn Sagigars Edward Shilenskus George Tesar Eve-lyn Van Buskirk Jack Willett Ivan Winslow Advertising Manager- J oiseph Pracht .Advertising Assistants- Charles B. Cory Herbert Meinheit David Phelan Marilyn Saggars Edward Shilenskus George Tesar Adviser of Publications- O. F. Umbaugh Adviser of Art- Dorothea Thiel Instructor in Journalism Loudene Anderson , ',..,,4,' ., 1 ...- 3, 'g- - -xv' 1 4 3" G A?" .f :.mf".1,, L " , ,q..:1.'-'??f""-W. -. - -' w '17, "1 '-'1:.:':. ' . -,.,:L.'. '-1-.H ' of " ' - , V' ,..g,,.u ,,,?h:.'-3 ' - -f A 1 f :Z p . :,:g,,.,.f,"--v 5 .r A- ix . I. I , i ' fi-'-Q-'N--PS 39 ry- -crzalg.. . " -, "-Te.. --52 W Q , Y , , . sf- f- - -.- V . ., t , Foreword Sunrise heralded the beginning of the high school career of Apollo, the studentg dawn, the faculty, set him on the road to knowledgeg the muses, activities, made the way pleasant for him. May this book serve as a worthy record of his deeds and experiences from the time that he is a freshman, eager with high hopes and ambitions, to the time he is a senior with those same hopes and ambitions partially fulfilled while the sunset holds forth promise of future realization. Page Seven if Q, ' THORNTONITE ,aa m'rlm1-sr View of thc Ixlllill 1i11t1'z1m'c Stmicnts gather In-rc. THORNTONITE ri-?" Q 2 l".mcy il1YiI North of Blain Ellf1'2l11CC ur us ru spin uur xx clw mx kirc.1m Page Nine THORNTONITE a 'Al fsa-2 , ' 55 . - V x r . K' '- - :L . V -- . Silrmf - 5 ga' .. 1 Smlflwwcsr View of Blain Hntrzmcc Sunshinc minglcs with thc slmdmvs. THORNTONITE North I":Hl'I'2ll1L'C rility is thc lv-:sie wt' plcntitlxl I1 :ru I P21110 PIIIJYGTI THORNTONITE Page Twelve Blain EI1tl'H11CC 'Vhrouglm thcsc portals youthfhl srcps have tread. .-ul -- 1'-V Aurorom qoddw of dam DZTfOV1UC'TZd bg the admirxiftmtiom, Hfff TW Cloudfcwff tcrfrwf cmd opzrwf tha may for Apollo the fwdent. f ,X . . . 3- vb' f -..,. , , . , , . , .. . .,. ,- -.Mow . , , 515. -Q-.-1--..,., . W ., ,, - f ..,,, 1 .hr ,' ' svixsf,-48-'. '-,J -1 .--ary o ny- . ,w , ' 'W' b " ZH?-11, .- : . "um 1. TQ?-5 . - ' "-9: qw - :n , ' ig .Q , ','.1'g-., --UL, - - A -v'- fg.-9 +. -. "'-:, --'-' I 7 ' 'ET ' 9 ' M 5' -492:-fu..---. .. ua.-:,...x.-...f - . ........ dfsvw -4 ' -- ' ' "3 -. . -- -. . - -. -'-i-11 .1mi:- w'-2:s:v.wg4If ' , ., ,, -, A ' 4' ' ' ' ,.f - .M i Lf W-xHf'N" '1.:'QQ1"4 fi' ' 1 "+-15s-,GL-"'i"' rv' ' E ." .-4' -0. 51 1 f. -- '2 " '- -' ., -.--.: - LL -.-'.1 i..,.: -...me Q. fri -,- f 'fail'-f -'-fx rs- - f..-1.,3'E1- 1 -4 A. G. 1. Board of Education M. MCDOUGALL- President Board of Education Member of Board since 1913 H. GIBSON- Vice-president of Board Member of Board since 1913 GEORGE P. FISHER- Page Fourteen Member of Board since 1933 HERBERT S. DICKINSON- Memsber of Board since 1935 HARRY A. MALONE- Mem'ber of Board since 1935 CLARENCE W. WASSO- Secretary of Board since 1933 . .. Rainy , , w ma W ' .u'6'W::b- ,,u,,, hpa -A-4.s-u.g,f,r,,-,-5 r 12" "V"' --1. fixmnuqkmnd XS V 'fa ' fu. , ,,, , I I V A- if-I '- V K- yfjig,.t..g.4.- ' , I - 1 - -,.- -. 1' , .V ' -, ,."':41.-.2'f" 5' V- - 1 "' ' V - " f" "'- "' , , . .wr . ., -.!. - P -' -ff-',1,.:'-fr , J - - -..--fy.,-',p'-" - . Q , ., W Q -. ,. , I -I Av,-.,,,Ll,,,,5,-,.. -, U .1, A. ,U , , P . . ,- ...,-..... , K -..Q Y ZF, '-'M,Q:,9,h t JW A. .V 4 . V A s , : , iff- -sM-3,.:,,:- . Q, , Y b "' - . - "1- 1 -:ff 'ga-xy .. Q-,-. , ..- -. Q' -. . ,, ..-.. ., .- . ' -, Y . ,. , "ff 'f' 24-4. -?" , ,- w e . - . :z .. .., .V ,.-L . x - ' -v .f. - ., ., -- -- - 4 '- , MR. XVlI,l.lAh1 E. DIQVEY, A. M. L'nivcrsity of Chicago Superintendent of Thornton Township High Sclmnl und junior College Page Fifteen 64 f"'sr:.w mmrfgb wr Wa-"',J"'v0l' ar ' -Iv' v 'i , . . ' ',-,st.-,-- 1 - . --.-oi-T. gs- ,U . 'M-:Q . .. .fs , . , -c ,. Y. ,,1.,., U- .' - .--,N C, 1, 5 V k .I fr J. ,tj ... .. - A I, J, f, ,AR Q: , - , g , -- A A - Q , , . -. 1- :.g.,,f, sf.. . . , . v - . -e-eq . -. ' V A .f . ""' "Qi, , ite..--aw.: .- ', 'lfflirrwgwisu-ff-. Af...: -f -A f '-4' Q" . f .-f ' ' .. ....Mhb-Nasfw .a-:sun---Y-f' A . ., , . . '- . ... v' P" Y V Y W. . .ll -- V - g -.y,.7gf-,,.. U, ' :gif-: . I .. V .- 5 ' .-. , -Mi.- es 1- 'Q - . f-'23 '5-v'-':.' 4-zg.:-egg?" 'A-" '- - ' , ., ,. . . - . v '- 'N ' ., . - -- ... , .. 1, -e. -.-1 Q. .-.se .-- :me a .-.N-3. - P4.,"'1-""i's :N '- .---.,- s, .. - '. 0. FRED UMBAUGH, A.M.-- , Wittenberg College: Uni 'ersity of Chicago: University of Illi- , nois: Dean of Boys: Adviser of Publications: Head of English Department. 1 CLIFFORD R. MADDOX, Ph.D. Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky: George Peabody Teach- ers' College: University of Chica- K 1:02 Supervisor of Instruction: Principal of Freshman Class: Mathematics Department. J. B. STEPHENS, B.S., A.M.- University of Chicago: Universi- tv of Indiana: Principal of Jun- V ior Class: Scien'ce Department. Mathematics Department. 0. V. HIGH, B.S.-- . Bethany College: Chicago Normal College: University of Chicago, Purchasing Agent: Civics Depart- ment. KATHRYN ALTEN, B.S.4 . University of Illinois: Manager of Cafeteria. MATTIE E. GARDNER- Librarian of High School. Page Sixteen HELENE E. w1LsoN, A.M.-- University of Wisconsin: Oxford, England: Northwestern Univer- sity: Dean of Girls: English De- partment. J. F. ZIMMERMAN, Ph.B., A.M.- University of Chicago: Universi- ty of Illinois: Principal of Sen- ior Class: National Youth Admin- istration Representative: Head of Civics and Economics Depart- ment. GILBERT C. KETTELKAMP, A.M. University of Illinois: Principal of Sophomore Class: Language Department. AMBER ELLIS. A.B., R.N.- Morningside College: West Sub- urban Hospital, Oak Park: Dur- and Contaprious Disease Hospital: School Nurse. WILLIAM C. FOWLER- Celvin Technical School, Winne- pexr. Canada: Superintendent of Building and Grounds. C. MICHAELSEN, Ph.B., B.S.-A University of Chicago: Simmons C o I l e g e: Librarian of High School. vs-21, A CLARA I. STALKER. A.B.-- University of Michigan: Univer- sity of Chicago: Northwestern University: University of Illl- nois: English Department. LEONE H. BENSON, A.B.- Drake University: University of Chicago: English Department. VERA A. CRITES, A.M.- Wilmington College: Columbia h University: University of Chica- go: University of Cincinnati: English Department. GRACE HOLTON, A.M.- Duke Universit ' Univeri y, sty of Chicago: University of Pennsyl- vania: English Department. LOUDENE ANDERSON. A.M.- Tennessee College: University of Illinois: Instructor of Journalism: Adviser of Quill and Scroll: Eng- lish Department. CZARNA MOECKER, A.M.- University of Chicago: English Department. r S MAE M. SEXAUER, A.B.- University of Illinois: Northwes- tern School of Speech: Columbia University: English Department. SAMUEL M. LOWDEN, A.B.- Indiar. 1 University: University of Chicago: English Department. ELMER C. OHLERT, Ph.B.-- University of Chicago: Chicago Theological Seminary: Northwes- tern School of Speech: English Department. FREDA DICKSON, A.M.- University of California: Univer- sity of Iowa: English Depart- ment. . JANICE MEREDITH, A.B.- School of Theatre, Bath, Eng- land: Hinshaw Conservatory: University of Chicago: English Department. JANE MARIE SMITH, A.M.- University of Illinois: English Department. Page Seventeen MILDRED E. ANDERSON, M.A.- T u f t s College: Universite de Paris: Northwestern University: F r e n c h Department of High School and Junior College: Head of High S c h o o l Language De- partment: Sponsor of Junior Col- lege French Club and Co-ed Club- FLORENCE WUNDERLICH, M.A. University of Chicago: College de la Guilde: Universite de Gren- oble: Universite de Paris: Mid- dlebury College, A d v i s e r of F r e n c h Club: Language De- partment. R. D. McWILLIAMS, A.B.- Knox College: University of Chi- cago: University of Frihourg, Switzerland: Language Depart- ment. CELESTE NOEL. B.S., A.M.- University of Missouri: Univer- sity of California: Columbia Uni- versity: History Department. JENNIFER E. HANCE, A.M., J.D. University of Iowa: University of Columbia: State Bar of Iowa: Federal Bar: Civics and Econom- ics Department. M. F. FROBERG, B.S.- Northwestern University: His- tory Department. Page Eighteen -'v-ff.-.nl-. Q jiajffu-sg: ,-331-.,.-.A .ri nk .5 g . ' - 1 . , -to-seep Qi ELIZABETH SCRIBNER, A.B.- University of Chicago: Adviser of Latin Club: Language De- partment. FLORENCE HALL, A.M.-- Franklin College: Northwestern University: Adviser of Spanish Club: Language Department. CLARENCE C. STEGMEIR, A.M.- Northern Illinois State Teachers' College: University of Chicago: University of Illinois: Head of History Department. MARIE D. WEIS, A.M.- University of Chicago: History Department. ALICE EICHORN, B.S.- Northwestern University: History Department. GUY PHILLIPS, A. M.- University of North Dakota: Uni- versity of Chicago: Head of Math- ematics Department. . .-w.-114-2:'5'Z:,5s"Q' ii TG i f . ' A 1- fe. ROGER B. SMITH, B.S.A Kalamazoo College: Purdue Uni- versity: University of Chicago: Mathematics and Science Depart- ments. V DON C. ALLEN, B.S., A.B.- Oberlin College: Music and Sci- ence Departments. CHARLES B. PRICE, B.S.- University of Illinois: Universi- ty of Chicago: Biological De- partment. LEONARD L. SCHILB, B.S., A.M. Central Missouri Teachers' Col- lege: University of Chicago: Un- iversity of Illinois: Heard of Gen- eral Science Department. R. B. JOHNSON, B.S., M.S.- Knox Colleize: University of Col- orado: Adviser of Safety Coun- cil: General Science Depart- ment. FLORENCE W. SAMUELS- Graduate American Conservatory of Music: Columbia University: Music Appreciation: Chorus: Di- rector Girls and Boys Glee Clubs: Music Department of High School and Junior College. 6 PAUL S. GODWIN, A.B., M.S.- 5 DePaul University: University of j Illinois: Adviser of Camera Club : - Science Department. ARTHUR C. BROOKLEY, B.S.-- - Ohio State University: Universi- ty of Chicago: University of Wy- Omihgr University of Illinois: Head of Biological Department. PAUL G. WIBLE, A.M.- Indiana University: Washington University of St. Louis: Biologi- cal Department. 4 i MARY M. CARTER, A.B., M.s.- Ohio State University: Universi- ty of Chicago: Biological Station, University of Michigan: General Science Department. ma., m. WILLIAM H. MONTELIUSA Graduate of Shradiek School: Two Years' Study Abroad: Two Seasons at Ysaye: Instructor of Violin and Orchestral Conduct- ing. Columbia School, Chicago: Head of Music Department. DOROTI-IEA THIEL, R. ot' A.E.- Art Institute of Chicago: Uni- versity of Illinois: Columbia Uni- versity: Art Adviser of Year- book: Head of Art Department. Page Nineteen MARIE HUNGAR- Art Institute: University of Chi- cago: Art. Department. ' 1 , A I 1 , I , NIN'A M. REASON. Ph.B.- University of Chicago School of Business: University of Colora- do: Gregg School: University of Washington: Business Depart- ment. EDITH OLSON, A.B.4 Knox College: Business Depart- ment. ELVA W. MARTIN. B.S.- University of Illinois: Business Department. FLORENCE E. WATERMAN, B.S. Baldwin Wallace College: Lewis Institute: Home Economics De- ,fy .fr .aw partment. L. BRITTON, B. S. in M.E.- Purdue University: University of Illinois : Vocational D i r e c t 0 1' during Second Semester. Page Twenty I isle .5.. : gh 5: F. .f 4 x s wif .ia mi K Ur New 4' W if ' X H 4 A .. gg K sf ra if -f Q' : ,.: . 5 1. 1 5: f -i Q . 1 . situ T 5 -- iggim rv my BS . v" 5 SQ: ' ..5:34.- ., ,sa 1.2-2i'fey rw, 2' 5'-rfcfi-:g"f2':f.L-.A-at -, .A-I- f,,'1:: '- -.Aer . , J -fxvsw, H V. EVA L. LIEBER, Ph.B.- DePauw University: Balls' Teach- ers' College: Gregg School: Uni- versity of Chicago: Head of Busi- ness Department. MARIE M. HENNIGAN, A.B.- University nf Montana.: Univer- sity of California: University of Michigan: Business Department. VELMA WRAY. A.B.- Illinois C o l l e g e: Whitewater Teachers' College : University of Illinois: Business Department. GERTRUDE RAHN, B.S.- University of Illinois: University of Chicago: Head of Home Eco- nomics Department. WILMA V. REED, S.M.- ' University of Illinois: Columbia University: University of Chica- go: Home Economics Depart- ment. CHARLES R. BEEMAN, B.S.- Columhia University: Industrial Arts Department. mgwawnwjrf IL, 0xS3x . V . :I J f,.. ,',..a,- - ,A -v . . ... -s- f'-573 m i" . ' .- - ,, , .,:,' - fa I If ,.-, . :U x.. , Q- .,, --4,1 ,, ., ..- .V ' ,. :s.'1ff-WT'-f' -' , "4" ,. I .Af'f.trt'f'-", -it .- -- : - . - .vp , N ff , -' W ,.'1,..1'- .. x - , -. .', , . o.. K ,. .,,-- .A , . , - , . , -. . III,,, . Q I - . , I. I .' A . If'-'l"1n . -4. .:'. ffif..-ri" '-"-'fS'wl'Ix54,:,',1 I , . I I I.I ,C :I .. -f ' ' ". 1 - f - Q - .-..-mr.-, eggaai-.A ' a.-,:' . I .I I A - -, 5 ' "' --Efivf-fQ,,Q'4:w'-ca. .'-'-- ,' ., .,,..- ,eg . , , ., K - I '- -3- :V I awqlf ., - ., I, -,.fI ..,, , -. rw ., -- f,.-N. I . - V . , - , -v ,.- -Q, . :Mr :-f-.- 1 -M . '- -- .u . -- N ' - I. -. - f - - ,Q- DANIEL P. VAN ETTEN- Indiana State Normal Collexre: Bradley Polytechnic: Earlham College: Purdue University: Uni- versity of Illinois: Industrial Arts Department. RAYMOND F. LILLEY- I Washington University of St. i Louis: Beloit College: University of Wisconsin: University of Illi- nois: Industrial Arts Department. 1 t . I K. JACK LIPE, B.S.- University of Illinois: Director of Boys' Physical Education De- 1 partment. l F THIELEN B. HUDDLESTUN,B.S. l University of Illinois: Boys' Phy- I sical Education Department. ' s I l l MARTHA G. CARR, A.M.- B u t l e 1' College: Battle Creek 1 School of Physical Education: Indiana University: Columbia University: Head of Girls' Physi- l cal Education Department. f DOROTHY HAUTAU, B.S.- University of Illinois: Girlz' Physical Education Department. BERT B. ANDERSON- University of Illinois: Northern Illinois State Teachers' College: Industrial Arts Department. ANDREW A. WINTERBAUER- Bradley Polytechnic: Sweeny Au- to School: Normal University! University of Illinois: Industrial Arts Department. GILBERT R. VALBERT, M.S.- University of Illinois: Boys' Phy- sical Education Department of High School and Junior College FRANK FROSCHAUER, B.S.-- University of Illinois: Boys' Phy- sical Education Department. MARTI-IALOU GRAY. M.S.- Indiana University: Girls' Physi- cal Education Department. Page Twen ty-o ne THORNTONITE Anna M. Gersten. Helena Haderer, Nellie Westerbergx, Verna Caress, Amy Selkirk Office Assistants Details of all kinds and description are brought to the ofiice where Miss Gersten, sec- ietary to Mr. McVey. and the office assistants, Miss Haderer, Miss Westerberg, Miss Caress, and Miss Selkirk, help to attend to these de- tails and keep the business affairs of the school running smoothly. The oflice staif also records grades, assigns lockers, issues bus tickets, operates the switch board, and per- forms numerous other tasks. Parent-Teachers' Association Ofhcers The Parent Teachers' Association has long backed the school and its activities with its loyal support. The P.T.A. held its meetings once a month on a Tuesday evening. After the business session, minutes, reports, etc., Standing: S. M. Lowden, Mrs. J. J. Gouwens, J. li. Stephens, Mrs. R. R. Newell, Mrs. W. Newman, Mrs. R. B. Blue, Mrs. J. Williams, Mrs. H. J. Anders, C. H. Price, Mrs. W. W. Hopkins. Seated: W. E. McVey, some type of entertainment was given and t-hen refreshments were served in the cafe- teria as parents and teachers took this op- portunity for a social hour. Mrs. H. M. Rowlette, Mrs. Frank Cowing, Mrs. Earl Delano, Miss Vera Crites, C. R. Maddox, Mrs. L. J. Morrison. i Page Twenty-two " if fifi' if 5 5 'QC :H -: 11 K' 'll ' K -L E-fix i' - .-'fbi 4 " 5' The llvllufu palm olllw, cuflf mam 41 om he UJQQ mom zrwjogcbla for Apollo. llrl fclool lilv, the faculty cz Qctivilimf pfwlo thlf fcarvlccz. md 'Cm ,fs THORNTONITE l Top Row: Robert Franks, Jack Willett, George Koch, Melvin Edwards, Edward Shilenskus, Herbert Meinheit. Row Two: Walter Buhen, Sigxurd Bergstrom, Betty Van De Lopzt, Marian Tilstra. Marilyn Sayzgars, Mary Burke, Aimee Haines, June Russell, Dorothy Loiseau, Joseph Pracht, George Tesar. Bottom Row: Carol Rogers, Elea- nor Lustfeldt, Bernice Hood, Grace Phillips, Eleanor Odell, Dorothy Britton. Not in picture: Evelyn Van Buskirk, Ivan VVinslow, James Davis, Helen Yornow. Journalism An occasional beat failure or story over- due brings Melpomene, the 'muse of tragedy, into prominence, but the funny transposition met in proof reading or the comical experi- ences encountered while "chasing downl' a story shows the presence of Thalia, muse of comedy. As tragedy and comedy travel not far apart in the daily life of humanity, just as consistently do both appear in the journal- ists' recording of the activities of human kind. Through the efforts of the journalism class, Miss L. Anderson, instructor of jour- nalism, and Mr. Umbaugh, adviser of pub- lications, the Thorntonite has come out bi- weekly despite all kinds of difficulties, To be a member of the journalism class a student has to be in the upper fifty per cent of his class, average B in three years of English, and show responsibility. A student of journalism learns news values and phases of producing a paper. As a re- porter his duty is to cover his news beat reg'- ularly, write his stories, get them in prompt- Paixe Twenty -four ly, Write headlines, copyread, and proofread. As editor he sees that stories are in, plans the headline pattern of his page, and reads page proof. Thornton's paper has been elected presi- dent of the State High School Press Associa- tion for the year beginning last Novemlber. Edward Shilenskus' editorial, "Mr. Adver- tiser, Meet Our Average Family," was se- lected by the N. S. P. A. as outstanding and was printed in a bulletin "Helps" which was sent all over the United States. ln the three national contests spon- sored by Quill and Scroll several students re- ceived honorable mention. They are: Herbert Meinheit, Jack Willett, Bernice Hood, Helen Zornow, Robert Franks, Joseph Pracht, George Koch, Sigurd Bergstrom and James Davis. Aimee Haines, as a national contest winner, won a key. Oflicers of the local chapter of Quill and Scroll were: Joseph Pracht, president, Ed- ward Shilenskus, vice-president, and Dorothy Britton, secretary-treasurer. THORNTONITE Top Row: Paul Powers, Walter Ruben, Paul Hrudjar, Marilyn Saggars, Alvie Johnson. Bottom Row: Hazel Richard Purcell. Eugene McGovern. Second Row: Anne Erickson, Mildred Stubbs, Hernis Thompson, Verna Verhoeven, Emma Hassle-r, Mary Burke, June Russell. Roberts, Evelyn Flanagan, Evelyn Van Buskirk. Art Department There was a varied program in the Art de- partment this year. The freshman required course was changed to a lecture course in art appreciation. The subject of art was taken up and explained fully in a very systematic way. The Iirst unit included the elements of design. Art in every day life, appreciation of worthy art objects, art as a vocation, and art as an avocation were the other units dis- cussed. In accompaniment with the lecture the students kept neat notebooks and made de- signs to illustrate each unit. The advanced art course comprised ad- vanced design work in charcoal, chalk, ink, water color, and pencil. Commercial art stu- dents made various posters, thus advertising parties, ibasketlball games, football games, plays, and concerts. The pottery classes de- signed and made bowls, tiles, bookends, pa- per weights and other interesting objects. Purses, billfolds, and letter folders were products of the students who worked with leather. The course in metal work proved the most popular among advanced art students. From December 9 to 14 the American Academy of Arts sent a display of art work to Thornton for the first time. Art students also competed for the George Washington Poster Contest which was held 'by the Union League clu-b of Chicago. Miss Thiel gave a lecture on art in the high school to the Har- vey Women's Club at which time she exhib- ited work done by the students. Around Christmas time student artists made cello- phane Christmas ornaments. In the jewelry department wood was introduced as a medi- um. A bustling part of the curriculum was the art staff for the annual which was busy plac- ing pictures on panels, cutting snaps of fresh- ies, sophs, and juniors, drawing section pages and border designs, and preparing pages of snapshots. June Russell was appointed art editor. Evelyn Flanagan and Paul Brudjar were awarded twelve week scholarship qualification courses offered by the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. In order to enroll they had to sub- mit a drawing made by each and a note from Miss Thiel saying they were seniors. The drawings and notes were taken to the Acad- emy where the drawings had to pass an ex- amination. Page Twen ty-H ve F r e n c h Club: Charles Hansen, Venzil Cl u lr: Thaddeus Pacholik, El Club: George Kristinich, Dorothy Harry Wise, Jack Dill, Blanche Mary Elizabeth Searle, Harriett June Geserick, Ada Mae Delano, Doheny, Helen Doolen. Martin, Ruth Bonnell. Delizia Gionconda. Le Cercle Francais Thalia, the muse of comedy, and Mel- pomene, the muse of tragedy, lend their spir- its to the language clubs as the members play games, sing native songs, and enact plays in their respective languages. Le Cercle Francais was organized at the beginning of the second semester. Blanche Doheny was elected presidentg Helen Doolen, vice-presid-entg Charles Hansen, secretaryg Harry Wise-, treasurer, and Jack Dill, ser- geant-at-arms. Under the supervision of Miss Wunderlich, adviser of the French club, the members car- ried out their activities in the spirit of true Frenchmen. Vergil Club An increased interest in Roman customs, architecture, and dress was the result of the Vergil club activities this year. The club, which substituted for the customary Latin club because of the shift system, held its meetings, under the direction of Miss Scrib- ner, during' Vergil class time on the third Wednesday of every month. 'Thaddeus Pacholik was elected president: Ruth Bonnell, vice-presidentg Elizabeth Searle, secretaryg and Harriett Martin, treas- urer. Page Twenty-six El Club A true Spanish atmosphere was created at all the meetings of E1 Club this year. Under the supervision of Miss Hall Spanish playlets were given by various students and Spanish songs were sung. Occasionally an interesting speaker talked on some phase of Spanish life. Delizia Gioconda was elected president: Ada Mae Delano, vice-presidentg George Kristinich, secretary, and June Geserick, treasurer. A board of advisers, composed of Pauline Taylor, James Davis, George Tesar, and Carol Rogers, all past ofiicers of the club, advised and assisted with the activities. German Club The German students in Mr. Kettelkamp's ninth hour third year class said "Bitte" so pleadingly that he consented to their having a club meeting once a month during class time to take the place of the customary Ger- man club which was discontinued because of overlapping programs. Students undertook the entertainment and moving pictures on Germany. Games in which only "Deutsch" was spoken aided the students with their conversational vocabulary. var W -Ynanavvyssar . , . ,,,,-.,, , ..,,, ,, - , . I , 534 . .-"-f,g':: '1ff:f m:f:i:"'f'- T- . ' , . fr..,1'-eagle? T ? 'Pr?f-1, ,, . J- 1 I " "fi .1--4-:O-Tv-.,-:,, . gr - ' .F q,-.---.t-afxgff fe f- . X ' I ,A , f x .- ,, ,,,. '- I V . I ML-'mylar -f 1 -A Af I 1 . 5 1 'J' I Avineers: Po r t e r Smith, Walter Camera Club: Anne Kolodziej, June Sta-mp Club: Herbert Meinheit, Da- Buben, Harold Wiltshire. Russell, Gertrude Koster. vid Pontius, William Geserick, Le Avineers Drawn together by a mutual interest in aereonautics, the Avineers met during the first semester to talk of the principles and the problems of travel in the air. Sponsored by Mr. Phillips the members stub- mitted material in the form of talks on air- plane travel and transport. The history of heavier-than-air vehicles and men who played important parts in its development were dis- cussed. Walter Buben was elected president of the clubg Harold Wiltshire, vice-presidentg and Porter Smith, secretary-treasurer. Nora Ross, Adele Polkow. Camera Club Because of a general moveiment to learn more about photography-the taking of pic- tures and developing of negatives, the Camera club was organized under the direction of Mr, Godwin. In the course of the year the members learned to develop the negatives of the pic- tures they had taken. The clurb supplied many snaps for the annual and developed nega- tives brought 'by students. Officers of the club were: June Russell, presidentg Gertrude Koster, vice-president, and Ann Kolodziej, secretary-treasurer. Stamp Club Every person is encouraged to follow a hobby. Members of the Stamp club collect foreigzn as well as United States stamps as a hobby. Some move toward specialization in a chosen country by collecting stamps from that country only. The Boulder Dam and the Texas Centen- nial stamps are two of the issues to delight collectors this year. Mr. Wible, sponsor of the club, continued to ibe of service by solicit- ing orders and getting stamps from Wash- ington, D. C. lt would have been impossible for collectors to obtain most of these stamps in any other way. During the year talks were given and con- tests were held. Movies which included trips through many countries were also a part of the entertainment. Page Twenty-seven Ag! 13. ,NX se it?i1'.LM:?2-e-1 R af-P'A 'RV . - gb. rt , N ,L . 4. 1, '.....g,31g-,QQ-I , -.4--Q-kZ'.Q1gf.g,e,,ML 1 . Y :xg-.,. I , , .- - A ' iv - "' -Irsrz.-L-J 1 - . he e-"wf1i---- E 2 'rf N-1-ees,--..-. . -. . 3 . w . an, , . ,gg-.. ,,. -. .., .. ., ., 3 ., . . -. . A - .- . V - -w.x:..9'S-- -- .. ' - X: - i X, N nv-" . - -rf. -i 4- ' - .- .. W ' - ' ' -in .,.'-2'-4.-:,ge.a..' .,,- ., . . --ward e""'r' HM- ' 'NM ' ' ' ' V. A - 4. 1 Rvpzsvwgw-suave-Irv-" ' , F p 5- A, x f f v' -' - is ' 2- . 12 :-1 ,, - - l"f.-- , ,, i f - '. 'L : 1-1 52 , i i rvfjfng 3 ,33 l Student's Service Council The Students' Study Hall Service Council, under the guidance of Miss Stalker, gives val- uable service to the school by making' pos- tens, mounting pictures, mending books, cleaning the study hall, and keeping bulletin boards in the study hall and corridors full of interesting' clippings. During the year the S.S.S.C. held two flower sales, the profit being used to buy equipment for the study hall. Another project was :1 paper and rag sale in cooperation with the Boys and Girls cilubs. Officers of the Council were: Jean Hamp- ton, chief, Bernis Thompson, assistant chiefg Lucille Rafson, seicretaryg and Zoe Andrews, treasurer. Chairmen for the day were: Doro- thy Zaideman, Georgie Atton, and ,Mildred Andrews. Lawrence Myers headed the execu- tive committee, while Charles Cory was pub- licity manager. Meetings were held during the second homeroom period on Monday, Thursday, and Friday of each week. Page Twenty-eight Bernis Thompson, Row Qne: Jean Hampton, Lucille Rafe-on. Zoe Andrews, Lotus Ahrens, Ardath Anders. Row Two: Mildred Andrews, Georgie Atton, Zelda Bock, Joanne Botteira, Charles Cory, Phillip Fay. Row Three: Evelyn Fisher, Alice Jack, Claire Jack, Ruth Kemnitz, Margerite Lorenzen, Hazel Mandelko. Row Four: Ida Maranto. Wilma Meyer, Law- rence Myers, Marian Moss, Kathryn Panozzo, Dorothy Paynter. Row Five: Hazel Paynter. Betty Phares, Jac- queline Rivers, Gertrude Rogfzeveen, Julie Saltzman, Imogene Smith. Row Six: Marian Tilstra, Louise Willis, May- jil Wolfe. Dorothy Zaideman, Jervis Zim- l'Y'i9!'IY13.l'l. Shops There are various courses and activities awaiting the student upon his arrival at Thornton. The boys especially find interest- ing courses of which they can take advan- tage. The woodworking division, mechanical drawing room, electrical shop, auto mechan- ics garage, the machine shop, and various other shops offer an excellent course of study for the boys. It provides them with a knowl- edge which proves valuable to them in later life and which makes them more independent of others. It is in these shops that the lboys learn to make attractive pieces of furniture, draw blueprints, install motors, repair and over- haul cars, and get the training and instruc- tion which help them to become excellent mechanics and machinists. The shops are well equipped with modern machinery and other devices needed for training, and the 'boys find the work very pleasant and profitable. L l FISH" FANIL THE BREAD LINE MACHINE ,SH THORNTONITE Top Row: Robert Herrick, Robert Price, Arvid Walberg, Irving Kenyon, Albert Toherman, Paul Clark, Robert, Schmidt. Robert McCoy. Second Row: Iris Rudulnh, Sophie Stularx, Olive Fisdher, Maxine VVes1enbur5:u Science The Science club, under the direction of Miss Carter, strives to answer the eternal "Why'?" ot' beginning scientists. With the aid of Urania, the muse of science, the be- Stantlinn: Marjorie Mudde, Betty Coston. Seated: Irene lingers, Ruth Van llerfren. Page Thirty l Wanda Marr-iniak, Vida FreeSe, Betty Koteil, Dorothy Gordon, Lois Nagel. Bottom Row: Hugh McCormick, Albert, Martin, Harry Ellis, George Hayes, Elsie Haines, Ruth Engel, Alton McGehee, Alice Younz. Club wildered student finds an answer to his problems. Before the club was reorganized, students in the General Science classes were beginning to apply its fundamental purpose?-that of learning' through experiments. Elsie Haines was elected presidentg Georgie Hayes. vice-presidentg Ruth Engel, secretary: and Harry Ellis, treasurer. -Requirements for membership include a grade of B+ or A and work on a project or experiments. Home Economics Club Calliope, muse of epic poetry, inspires the girls of the school toward the nobler things of life, towards establishing' a home that will be a credit to the future American civ- ilization. The Home Economics club under the di- rection of Misses Rahn, Reed, and Water- man, served at various teas, luncheons, and banquets that were held during: the year. The club also sponsored teas and style shows and took various field trips. The ofhcers of the club were: Ruth Van Bergen, president: Irene Rogers, vice-presi- dentg Betty Coston, secretaryg and Marjorie Mudde, treasurer. THORNTONITE Top Row: Carson Orr. John liottema, Carl Madory, James Spencer, La Verne liruggeman, Robert Van- dorwaarf. Lewis Cohen, William Reitz, Siegel Bock. Second Row: Walter Bohnstiengel, Irving Roberts, Thomas Newman, Harold Nicolai, William Propper, Morton Gross, Robert Kipley, James 0'Boyle, Edward Shilenskus. Third Row: Harold Geffert, Eugene Brug- geman, Irving Kenyon, Arthur Wesse, Virginia Treen, Safety The Safety Council under the direction ot' Mr. li. R. Johnson did much this past year to make the students more safety conscious. A representative from each homeroom attended the meetingxs, prepared and gave a short talk about it during' the next session of the home- room. A course of study was given in the home- rooms, which consisted mostly of traflic rules, safe drivingg and safety rules pedestrians should remember. The students were given a test on the material later in the year. Whenever accidents occurred in school or when the students were groing to or from school a card was filled out to that effect and kept as a permanent record, Archery Club The Archery club entered upon its second year of activity with Jack Willett as presi- dent, Mary Jabrosky as vice-president, Hazel Vale as secretary, and Elaine Hillard as treas- urer. No regular meetings were held during the Edna Verhoeven, Carl Williams, Donald Matthies, John Ter Louw, William Gibson. Fourth Row: Vivian Mar- tin, Betty Woare, Betty Ashton, Betty Workman, Jean- ie Nelson, Ruth Reed, Holly Walker, Marjorie Wa- terman, Betty Randall. Bottnw Row: Gilbert, De Young, James Dalenberg, Arnold De Young, Oliver Tyler, James Becktel, Edward Stohbs, Gene Cravens. Council winter but during' the spring and fall the members had an enjoyable time practicing outdoors. Standing: Jai-k VVill1-tt. Seated: Elaine Hillard, Mary Jabrosky, Hazel Vale. Page Thirty-one THORNTONITE T if Band Top Row: S. Carey. V. Zilske. F. Gild, D. Matthics, VV. l'arrish, E. Honors, .l. Low, V. Brown, l'. Herrules, .l. Coffin, F. liecman. C. Mol-lenry, V. Haake, E. Mr- Govorn. W, Meelroor, ll. Stevenson. Sevond Row: M. NVQ-stphal, J. Miller, li. Seidel, li. Turney, 0, Volland, J. Williams, D. Thompson, S. lireis, S. lireis, F. I.a Pointe, J. Dill, G, Dim-kinson, W. Geserick, W. Gardner, H. Metz, J. Russell, A, Fowler. Third Row: R. Price, F. lilalw, D. Gardner, A. Van Der ltlye, J. Munro, F. Drlla-Rose, IC. Pilheam, D. l'ontins, D. l'ettigr1-xv, B. Roxvlette. B, Dohc-ny, L. Smith, A, Johnson, J. Spencer, J. Guserick, H. Bloom, R. Waihel, R. Duokrow, ll. l'eisner, VV. Zilske. A. Martin. Fourth Row: W, Dierk, W. R. Anderson, M. Vlletmore, J. Drake, Ii, Randall, Gibson, VV. Baker. C. Oster, H. Zilske, G, Neil, M. Baker, VV. Guild, R. Parrish, S. Gladic-s, D, Munro, I.. Graff. G. Choate, VV. Workman, G. Conrey, E. Nance, F. Templin, M, Smith. Orchestra Top Row: Fri-d Gold. George Conroy, Ja,-k Low, .lat-k K'ot'l'in. Bayard Stevenson, Orin Volland. William Kreis, Juni- Williams, Dean Thompson, Frank La Pointe, VVil- liam Goserirk, Mellourn Smith, Dorothy Geserivk, Kich- arrl Waihcl. Robert Parrish, VViIliam Guild. Second Row: Dorothy liritton. I-Iluanor liartsrh, Gayle Choate, Steve Gladirs, Dorothy Munro, La Verne Graff, Arthur John- son, Edward l'ill7G1llll, David Pontius, Loma Smith, Dora Gardner, Ralph Dornot', Mildred lngraharn, Betty Cot- tingham, Andrew Hockstra, June Iverson. Third Row: Earl Delano, Nanvy Shankland, George llcidoman, Ma- Cario Zordan, Elaine Hillard, Margery Houser, Florence Koehn, Mildred Andrews, Florence Fradgley, Forinne Trimble, Shirley Roberts, Victoria Younis, Donald Mere- dith, Oliver Tyler, Donald Bucholz. Bottom Row: Jer- vis. Zimmerman, Joan Copeland, Mary Frances Vaughan, Helen Zornow, Ardath Anders. Thaddeus Frat-zvk, .lohn Sentesi, Donald Dickinson, Lewis Cohen, Raymond Thompson, Newton Le Vee. Helen Doolen. Page 'l'liirty-two V-'XS' 6.5m wr' ' 'M VW 'N tudx 'nh 'C N' 1"-455 J ' -' .-V ' -.'1,i.. Q2 wi- . ,- "' . . ,f :V 5 '4 '44 " , , ,,',:'7':"'.',-'-Hifi' ' "ff - pt.-Fl' -" . ' " . N 1 .V " 'fr'-'T - . ' " --.v. .- A 1 lL.,,.t- ua' ,,.' '-.'.---- , , . .lf . ,- - - - 4. - .f.f,Zpu-Q!m -- , ., a- if .x -g:Jr.1 ,-,t,LA.x..- rv.: !k:mQ?,,,,., 355,57-- 2 . V ,Af-A'1Kx'xQ14 w A "'-'-- Alf.-. f. '- -" ""' ' ' " " V- ' . 3 ' yup., A ,,.k,-J.,,?.r,, QQ, .gawk,..!r.,MV,..,:'. L.A,J+:l I b V V, E V- P v'..-.. . t V, fi -it l " r '57 ff,"-"2 .- 111,15-' - ""A lf' l ' 1-" " 1f . , i 'F L . , ' 'v " H W ' " . , ' -"H" . A - . ' ,V ' . t ' . :K YR ' f 1 i ,fy tl? 3 ' ,I t H' X , elglttrlgll i .7 i l ' if it E V it A fl mp xiii Q' Girls' Glee Club Top Row: Phyllis Palmer, Vixiun Martin, livelvn Flan- auan, .lt-nniu Maris- Hill. Margaret Nclmn. Doris Thumb- snn, Kathleen Cowiniz, .loan Copeland, Helen Thomp- sun, Janivt' lirnhn. Dnruthy Swanson, Joan Hampton, Marion Flanagan, Margaret Nc-we-ll, Maryrery Houser. lluzcl lllrir-wir. Eleanor BK'l'tl'1llTl. Second Row: Ruth Mary Jansen, Ruth Illgen, Joanne Bottema, Shirley Ann Fisher. Ilorothy Maxwell, Myra Hayes, Mary Jahrnsky. Kathlt-en llennett, Margaret .l1lbl'tl4liY, Georgiv Alton. Graz-0 Andresen, .lam-qiiclinc Rivers, Alvit- Johnson. lflleil- nur Bartsc-h, Ardath Anders. Marjorie Janson. Bottom Row: Corinne Trimble, Ilnrnthy Britton, Carolyn Mead, Carol Rogers. Ilorothy Krause, Helen Murray, Helen Swiyrust, Henrietta Hovk, Virxzinia Petersen, lin-tty Van D0 Loprt, Jane Ann Treen, Alive Srully, Elaine Usherf, Bette 'Hansen Ann Throws-r, Elizabeth Si-arlv. lflleunor I' Hui-Q CY. Boys' Glee Club Top Row: Andrew Garrv. l-kluartl Villwzun. Newton l,vVuo. l'll'lIl'Nf Imviclsrm, lirnnvth H4-llmann, Jack Low, .lnhn Shaw. Carl Miller, Rnlx-Vt Turner. Charles Cory. Bottom Row: Clarenve Herrnles, John Hurwn, Gervryre liillmer. Thomas Newman. ML-lhurn Smith, Milan lia- ker, Fred Svharringrhausen, Kvnneth N1-lsun, ML-lxin Edwarfls. Walter Palma-r. Page Thirty-three 'W' ,- . . ,-. ' fix. 1 2 V '-4.-'w-ry.-., , , , . 'Hg sl. W:--.,.,., " ' -gf' ' .eg-,f -'4.. f"" QYQE 5-vim .1 Q - , "I-fkfi:"7'f:Z,Lj1S.-.M.,N ,Ag ' . .-get ' S ' --.-1, fi -Y " I' .- - -"'e f'f+-1'-, -ew, c f f . - .,-e:Z+:f-N:-4--'-a-. , 1 - ,, - . ' vw., " ' , V V Ji : , U 'a U ,..g,54-.5-gf! ' , i . ,. ' ,gg ' J, -1-.,,.ff-3.21.-.J----J.LL,1' 2117 -- 1315-'f-i'f' "- 'Q "'ii'5'7X'i "f - sf.. - i t . ' V -' -4' v'12"- Y' , 'F 1 ,, .. ,. Q, --,.: ,,,, :.1. .sw " ' .. rf-1 l'f"-f. ' 1 1p- 're' . -W-sfufz.-' -V. ---,?":?f1' .5 . ,P--1 Top Row: Robert Pinger, Thaddeus Pachnlik. Second Row: Jack Jones. l'red Lindsay. Bottom Row: Lewis Football As Terpsichore, the muse of muscular grace, signities coordination of the mind and muscle, so the boys engaged in athletic contests signi- fy such coordination. Thornton's football team, lacking' experi- enced men and opposing high-calibered oppo- sition, closed its season with three victories, five defeats, and one tie. After succumbing at Joliet, 14-0, Septem- ber 2, in the season's opener, the Thornton Hammers, Victor Pezzatti, Rudolph Reu Boiu, Ivan Winslow, Sidney Wiltshire, Stanley Czeck, Burton Patrick. Results eleven won its home inaugural, September 27, against Pullman Tech, 13-2. Fred Lindsay scored both touchdowns, with Pacholik adding the extra point. Blue Island provided the opposition for the Lipemen, October 4, putting up a great bat- tle before being' downed, 20-6. The Islanders led 6-0 at the half, but a great rally by Thorn- ton, led by Jones and Pacholik, proved too much for the visitors. LLXWC5 K 5900 430 is-is il A M M if my ., 'xi .1 EIMS iw p lv i if '25 .H ' S fr W tw 1 Of? il New K , +""f'1f:., K 1 xiii V X digg? f i, ' x K J tkr ' f s 5 so ' c , , o ? A g ' 2 , Sfgwgrf DKWQFP 'SE Uagdgnbg , we "Pl Paige Thirty-four THORNTONITE . -.... Ai.. gf sf . u-,. 1 .. 14 Top Row: George Killmer, Claude Kinsey. Second Row: Chalmu. Barnes, Carl Miller. Bottom Row: Paul Pow- Football A smoothly-functioning Calumet City eleven handed Thornton its H'rst league de- feat, 27-0, October 18, at Harvey. The hardest fought game of the season was played with Kankakee, October 25, with the Lipemen winning, 25-19. The following day a -tired Thornton team traveled to Argo, meeting defeat, 14-7. Penalties proved disastrous to Thornton's wil' 2006 gnsfo cu ers, Wilbert Hellman. Ernest Dieck, Leonard Rydahl, Roy Vandenherg, Ric-hard Boughton, Charles Scott. Results eleven when the Lipemen met their ancient rival, Bloom, November 2, at Chicago Heights, the Bloom eleven winning, 13-0. A game Morton eleven held Thornton to a 6-6 tie, November 8, in the Wildcats' last home game. The Lipemen suffered their worst defeat of the season at Danville, 31-6, in the fmal game of the season. ffsh me Q2 aafh 5014, Off .,,. Page Thirty-five Standing: Vernon Smith fmanagerj, John Sullivan, Thaddeus Pacholik, John Luttrull. John Robertson, Jesse Beauregard, Charles Bigger-staH', Woodrow Spar- Frank Thompson, George Webb, Claude Kinsey. ger, Willard Stump, Norman Warns Cmanaxzerl. Seated: Lightweight Basketball Season Scores December- 6 T.T.H.lS.. . 7 'T.T.H.1S. . . 12 T.:T.H.,S.. . 14 T.'T.H.S.. . 20 '1'.T1H.S.. . January- .3 'T.T..H.iS.. . 10 'T.'TJH.iS.. . 18 T.'T.H.lS.. . 24 'T.T.H.lS.. . 25 'T.T.H.-S.. . 3 1 T.T.H.s. . . February- 7 T.T.+H.lS.. . 14 T.'T.'H.wS 115 T.T.HfS 211 T.'T.H.iS 22 T.T.H.S.. . Page Thirty-six Joliet . . Fenger . . Joliet .... Harrison . . Lockport . . Bloom . . . Calumet City U. High . . Kankakee . . Blue Island . Bl-oom . . . Calumet City Lindlbl-om . . U. High . . Kankakee . . Blue Island . The "tinymen" under the tutelage of Coach Thielan B. Huddlestun showed a decided im- provement over last year's team. Regaining the prestige of being a dangerous threat to every opponent, the lights finished their best season in three years. Six victories and four defeats enabled them to finish third in the South Suburban League. Non-league games gave them three vic- tories and an equal number of defeats. A 49-11 defeat inflicted on Joliet gave the lights a flying start for the '35-36 season. Beginning their league schedule with a heart-breaking defeat at Bloom, the lights ended their first five league games with only two victories against three defeats. Then came the great spurt which resulted in five straight victories. The season ended with a 24-22 defeat at the hands of Blue Island. Frank Thompson was chosen to accompany the heavies for the tournament games. Thad- deus Pacholik, John Robertson, John Luttrell and Claude Kinsey were, the other regulars. Replacements were good. Woodrow Sparger and George Webb are the only lights being graduated this year. 4 , 5 af' Standing: Eugene Campbell. Horace Winslow, Paul ard Wrede, Kenneth Hellmanu, Fred Lindsay, William Schuldt, Robert Bauman, Lewis Hammers, Everett Haines, Paul Powers. Seated: David Donaldson, Rich- Dorrans, Burton Patrick. Heavyweight Basketball Although not playing the caliber of ball that brought them state-wide prominence the last three years, Thornton's heavyweight bas- ketball team showed that it still had that Thornton spirit. The purple and white won nine and lost twelve gamesg these included three tourna- ment wins in the Peotone district, and the loss in the frrst game of regional play to Blue Island, co-champion of the South Suburban League. Their record of four victories and six de- feats in league games gave them fifth place, a change from the standings of the last four years when they had a monopoly on first. Only three varsity graduation this year. They are David Don- and Kenneth Hellmann, players will be lost by aldson, Fred Lindsay, the most talked of center in the state the last three years. With many players returning, the rebuild- ing for next year will be easy and prospects are very bright. Regional Tournament MARCH- 4 T.T.H.S. .... 14. Blue Island . . 24 Season Scores DECEMBEIR- 6 T.T.H.S. .... 20. Joliet . . . 7 T.T.H.S. .... 28. Fenger . . . 12 T.T.H.S. .... 11. Joliet . . . 14 T.T.H.S. .... 32. Harrison . . . 20 T.T.H.S. .... 22. Lockport . . . JANUARY- 3 T.T.H.S. .... 42. Bloom . . . . 10 T.T.H.S. .... 27. Calumet City . 17 T.T.H.S. .... 15. Hammond . . . 18 T.T.H.S. .... 26. University High 24 T.T.H.S. .... 29. Kankakee . . . 25 T.T.H.S. .... 34. Blue Island . . 31 T.T.H.S. .... 17. Bloom . . . . FEBRUARY- 7 T.T.H.S. .... 14. Calumet City . 14 T.T.H.S. .... 39. Lindblom . . . 15 T.T.H.S. .... 31. University High 21 T.T.H.S. .... 27. Kankakee . . . 22 T.T.H.S. .... 24. Blue Island . . District Tournament FEBRUARY- 27 T.T.H.S.. . .125. Manhattan . . 28 T.T.H.S. .... 47. Peotone . . 29 T.T.H.S. .... 31. Lemont . . . Page Thirty-sex 33 16 47 35 49 40 39 55 31 25 31 39 21 24 26 29 31 8 23 29 .en ..., -. , . - - , . rr '- - 1 V p. , '.. -, , we- 1-.sz-'-, ,. . ' --. ---1 .. -. -x, . 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Bottom: Charles Palaces, Robert Kidder, Paul Clark, Bayard Stevenson, Dean Thompson, and Henry Wipior. Swimming Team The Thornton swimmers, under the super- vision of F. E. Froschauer, finished the sea- son with four victories and four defeats. The team journeyed to Hammond on De- cember 20, succumbing, 42-33. Maine Township high school's swimmingr teams on January 9 provided the opposi- tion. The Maine seniors triumphed, 51- 24, and the juniors, 51-15. The 160 yard free style relay was the only event won by the Thornton seniors. The juniors failed to achieve a lirst. The tankers achieved their first win of the season, January 23, defeating Washing- ton of East Chicago, 42-33, at the latter's pool. First places for Thornton were gained by R. Thompson, D. Thompson, McKenzie, and the 120 yard medley relay team com- posed of McKenzie, Wiltshire, and Killmer. On February 1 the Thornton swimmers traveled to Gary, administering a severe 44- 31 defeat, to Emerson high. Scott, Kidder, Gallegos, and R. Thompson placed first for Thornton in their respective events. Continuing their winning streak, the Wild- Pagc Thirty-Eight cats downed Emerson of Gary, 47-28, Febru- ary 11, at the Fieldhouse. Kidder, Gallegos, R. Thompson, and the medley relay team turned in victories for Thornton. Thornton's tankers lost one of their closest meets of the season, 40-35, to the strong Hor- ace Mann team of Gary, February 21, at the E-eldhouse. Gallegos, R. Thompson, and the 160 yard free style relay team composed of Scott, Graff, Wiltshire, and Gallegos tool-: fi'rsts. The Wildcats eked out a 39-36 triumph over University High, February 25, at the T. T. H. S. pool. The relay team fScott, Graff, Wipior, and Beemanb, Kidder, and R. Thomp- son placed first. Thornton's swimming team closed its sea- son, losingj to Horace Mann at Gary, Febru- ary 27. Thornton won only two events, the 160 yard free style relay and the 100 yard free style. The several lettermen returning are: Ed- ward Gallegos, Charles Palaces, Raymond Thompson, Dean Thompson, George Killmer, Bernard Graff, and Robert Kidder. ,Q-. 'V-9 -Q" 13" rs ,. ' 1-e'e44"" . ---" '?'lj"'i' x:'r1, - ,- V , ,fx-7 "1 'f-,?'f . X of 1"' . - . - we -'f 1 -f ' ' , -f--..n-v-,,1.:f,--45.1-' gsm, , . -- 'f-:1..f- ' . - V..--, nfs ,, Top Row: Gerald Warfel, Harry Ellis, Roger Griswold, Edward Brookfelt, Howard Saalman, Vernon Dright, Otto Becker, George Kristinich, John Landowski, John Logan, Melvin Edwards, Edward Shea, William Guild. James Spencer, Oliver Tyler, Troy Webb, Francis De Vries, John Van Es. Clarence Ceres. Second Row: George Vlfebh, Roy Vandenberg, Ivan Winslow, Robert Kipley, James Jacobs, Fred Lindsay, Verne Holt, Jack Ginter, Lyle Southwick, Emil Jaeger, George Doyle, Elmer Salow, Kenneth Kolar, Carl Madory, Harry Hazel- hurst. Bottom Row: Porter Smith, Milton Younker, Harlan Reeder, Victor Pezzatti, Paul Powers, Richard Wrede, LeRoy Kutcher, Rudolph Reu Boiu, Sidney Wilt- shire, Ben Henderson, Edward Maritt, Walter Palmer, Nathaniel Johnson. 1936 Track Team Track, which has been regarded for many years by Thornton students as a minor sport, was ushered in this season with less than one hundred candidates reporting for practice. With most of these trackmen inexperienced, Coaches Lipe and Froschauer faced a difficult task in developing a team powerful enough to be faced. The only lettermen preparing for competition, most of them in the senior division, were: Wrede, Dieck, J. Jones, J. Powers, Weblb, Patrick, Landowski, Hardlan- nert, Reeder, N. Johnson, Conrey, P. Powers, and Spencer. Trackmen, as Well as any ty1pe of athlete, require that factor essential in the making of a championship team-support. Attendance at the Thornton meets in the past has been practically negligible. Yet, under the sufpervi- sion of Coach Lipe, the Thornton teams in the past four seasons have never fin- ished lower than third place in either the junior or senior division of the South Subur- ban League. The seniors finished on the top in 1931-193.2-1933, and the juniors emerged victorious last year, 1935. In 1935 the local track was represented in the state Hnals at Champaign, Edward Bei- nor placing fifth in the shotput. The 1936 team was to open its season at Kankakee on May 1, facing a team rated one of the outstanding contenders for the state title. The team, defending senior league champions, was the toughest team scheduled for the Lipemen this season. After the K.K.K. meet, the Thornton track- sters were to meet University High ,Bloom, and Fenger, iinishing the season with the South Sulburiban meet at Kankakee, May 22 Page Thirty-nine r -fa -:Q -" W' sw -.fic ,' - - , G -. s-:,-,w'I' ' . -4-,Abi-Zgs-34 - , " e. -3' -,A -:'.:- . . - - -- -Zf,: ,.-..-,.-- : ' .53gJf"J--"uf" ' -' J - Tags. 65711:-sf M ., " -2 --1-' sv.-' '. . ' -- A' - v ' -'V-4' - . - - he "ff "H:,'.f.w--s-. . ., . . ff ,aw V. - ' -- , - 'BA ia.: - ..,- - '7'g"Z'7-fvrrifa-rs.,e.. I - 13's---'W"": ' ' , " - , ,w - :,-.s.f,awLzbf,e.f--:H - A Y A l I I .T .- ' -, - " ' ' ' - .' 1 . ' ' 4- --Z.:-.N-.ii-1'-'-'..-.,-'- ."-TJ" .I Y K , ,,y,,,,, - I. ,A , ,. ,V . . - ff.. -s ., - .,,,gL :I f,. , ,,- .Q -Je, Q.,,3,-,.:.e:,-, mf -- wr ,4f..., ,D .A e -v tr '- - ' -5- , 1 , - '-'A ' :'-Q , h, V -' is- ,P 1:1 -- , ,,..- 'f5.f ,- , I --, 1, - , gs.-1 wa- foz.,-r-, v-f,v,,,.-,- Top Row: Dean Thompson, Robert Kidder, Charles Pal- aces, Victor Pezzatti, Harlan Reeder, Robert I-inger, Allan Fowler, Roy Freese, Edward Gallegos, George Killmer, Gerald Warfel, Claude Kinsey, Everett Haines, Woodrow Sparger, John Robertson, Jack Jones. Second Row: Leonard Rvdahl, Ernest Dieck, Henry McKenzie, Raymond Thompson, James Spencer, John Landowski, Fred Lindsay, Joseph Falica, Richard Wrede, David Donaldson. Kenneth Hellmann, Melburn Smith, John Luttrell, Charles Scott, Joseph Vogler, George Webb, Thaddeus Pacholik. Bottom Row: Rudolph Reu Boiu, Bernard Graff, William Hardlannert, Wilbert Hellman, Lewis Hammers, Carl Miller, Stanley Czeck, Irving Rice, Frank Thompson, William Dorrans, Ivan VVins- low, David Phelan, Chalma Barnes, Roy Vandenberg, Burton Patrick, Sidney NViltshire, Paul Powers. Lettermens Club The Lettermens club of Thornton was or- ganized in 1930 by Coach K. Jack Lipe, who is still adviser. Its membership consists of the boys who have earne-d a letter in any major sport. Once a month the club has its meetings during the second homeroom period. At the meeting of November 7 the lettermen chose as president Sidney Wiltshire '36, a mem-ber of the 1935 AlleConference football team. As secretary-treasurer and sergeant-at-arms, respectively, Ivan Winslow and Joseph Falica were elected. For vice-president Thaddeus Pacholik '37 was chosen. The main social event of the club is its annual spring picnic, held at one of the nearby forest preserves. The senior boys who have earned letters in the 1935-36 season are: Rudolph Reu Boiu, Sidney Wiltshire, Kenneth Hellmann, lvan Winslow, John Lando-wski, Joseph Falica, Fred Lindsay, Henry McKenzie, Allan Fow- ler, Charles Scott, Joseph Vogler, Roy Freese, George Webb, David Donaldson, Melburn Pane Forty Smith, Chalma Barnes, Wilbert Hellman, Vic- tor Pezzatti, David Phelan, Irving Rice, Roy Vandenaburg, Charles Beevman, Woodrow Sparger, and Gerald Warfel. The junior lettermen consist of: Raymond Thompson, Edward Gallegos, Thaddeus Pacholik, Frank Thompson, Robert Pinger, John Powers, Paul Powers, Burton Patrick, Richard Wrede, William Dorrans, George Conrey, Ernest Dieck, Richard Broughton, George Killmer, Raymond Stewart, and Charles Biggerstaff. The sophomores who earned letters are: William Hardlannert, Howard Flannigan, Leonard Rydahl, Robert Kidder, Olaf John- son, Jack Jones, James Spencer. Harlan Reeder, Stanley Czeck, Lewis Hammers, Claude Kinsey, Carl Miller, Harold Vander- warf, Charles Palaces, Bernard Graff, Jesse Beauregard, John Robertson, Willard Stump, and Paul Schuldt. The freshman boys who broke into the ranks of lettermen are Robert Bauman, Dean Thompson, and John Luttrell. 4, 1- 4 .1 n' mv C 'L' w-Qafsxamnw .av- Nw 5 'fo ' U - ,w ' w Q , . .-fg.--1' - - ':gi,4.,- " - . ' :', I-5: Qin '49 , .gf , ' U A., nik, .1 ,5f2,'f'ffS'-"" ' . . - I, y- 'C'-P' 5. V 7' ' .:, Q . .1- L. 24:-I -. ' "'-'--55-"ir-ff"' ' .-. 1- - Q- Z--:?' -lufse fw 'X f ' ..L-sf-"' "iff ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' """"mh"'-'K+ + ' "- " "'-M""i'i'1?"."9?f' . . . - mv:--.ts . . '--F41-QP' ' "" -. . 5 ' - L...- , , N ' -'-'- , -f ' if- ' , ' . x q ."4:'e. .-T 1' :- :,. .' if , . , .. , . .. . "fn-' . . ' - -1, '-' -4."" 'P' -C'---f:??"s'.1-v'-.Y--'-'.- .- -,,-iw . ' Y . -. . ' ,,,., .Q . Y. -,..,.- . , ,. , , M, . ,M , -- -- --- Q f.-W ,'-f'- V 'f- 45' , -Q -- ,:- - '- ': . .. -J-.ra L, ,1:is.l .s,.- ..-f '..-- L. ' ... v ' -1 -A X Top Row: May Jay, Lois Rogers, Evalyn Koblesky. Elsie Kass, Phyllis Wright, Kathleen Cowing, Julia Stypuloski. Carmela Man-nano, Jane Alexander, Vera Coxon, Beulah Shipley, Beth Brookley. Second Row: Dorothy June Geseriek, Margaret Septoski, Mary Burke, Ruth Bon- nell. Catherine Norton, Alberta Craig, Helen Hammer- meister, Hazel Mandelko, Ruth Cnress, Almeda Lut. trell, Wannie Gullett, Harriett Martin, June Russell. Bottom Row: Helen Bloom, Betty Simon, Alice Scully, Myra Hayes, Regina Flaherty, Lydia Kupchick, Blanche Doheny, Aimee Haines, Nellie Perkins. Numeral and T Girls The numerals and T's are the highest hon- ors given any girl by the G.A.A. and repre- sent much work and effort on the part of the receivers of such honors. The reuuirements for numerals demand the girl's presence at a given number of practices for each sport. These practices were held this year for seniors and juniors the eleventh period on Tuesdays, for fresh- men the seventh period on Fridays, and for sophomores the eighth period on Fridays. Many girls were unable to fulfill the re- quirements because the long hours of school necessitated practice during school time. After a girl has participated in five sport seasons, she is given the purple and white numerals of her graduation year. When a girl has earned her numerals, is an upper classman, and continues to be active, she is voted upon by the officers, board, and advisers for the honor of receiving a T, lf the vote is favorable, she receives her T. The numerals this year were presented at the basketball banquet, and the T's at a later social event. The girls who have earned their numerals and T's are: Alberta Craig, Regina Flaherty, Aimee Haines, Myra Hayes, and Betty Simon. Unlike the boys, who may earn many letters in the course of their years at Thornton, a girl may get only one. The girls who have their numerals arc: Ruth Bonnell, Beth Brookley, Mary Burke, Helen Bloom, Blanche Doheny, Gladys Ed- wards, Helen Hammermeister, Elsie Kass, Evelyn Koblesky, Lydia Kupchick, Harriett Martin, June Russell, Julie Saltzman, Julia Stypuloski, Phyllis Wright, Ruth Cziress, Kathleen Cowing, Marie Ertl, June Geserick, 'Wannie Gullett, May Jay, Almeda Luttrell, Carmela Mangano, Catherine Norton, Mar- garet Septowski, Beulah Shipley, Hazel Man- delko, and Lois 'Rogers More numerals and T's were presented at the G.A.A. picnic. All members may wear the G.A.A. pin, which is a winged foot on a copper 'back- ground with the letters G.A.A. raised on it. Page Forty-one THOARNTONITE Top Row: Elizabeth Beeman, Dorothy Graham, Virginia Treen, Helen Hammermeister, Regina Flaherty, Evelyn Haines, Ruth Cato, June Russell, Marjorie Stinton, Yvonne McCauley, Myra Hayes, helen Bloom. Second Row: Nellie Perkins, Anne Kerr, Dorothy Thorpe, Doro- thy Krouse, Betty Phares, Margaret Wetmore, Grace Hock, Eleanor Jones, Marie Bi-ankin, Susan Curry, Irene Rogers, Marion Nelson, Marjorie Nelson, Helen Molnar. Third Row: Phyllis Wright, Dorothy Wexelberg, Janice Bruhn, Nola Jean Kallested, Jane Alexander, Vivian Doll, Jane Price, Almeda Luttrell, Margaret Beattie, Hazel Vale, Charlotte Gallegos, Jeanne Archer, Norma Zelen, Marion Flanagan, Gracia Allen, Arline Blon- quist, Carolyn Mead, Elsie Kass. Bottom Row: La Verne Killham, Pearl Berger, June Kallested, Ruth Kemnitz, Mildred Andrews, Anne Alexander, Dorothy Moore, Margie Birkholz, Ruth Engel, Iris Rudulph, Dorothy Young, Kathleen Cowing, Beulah Shipley, Vera Coxon, Mary Patterson. Swimming Pageant The large money-making project of the G.A.A. is the swimming pageant which is held early in the spring. The pageant this y-ear was under the direction of 'Misses Gray and Hautau. Myra Hayes was chairman of the production. Elizabeth Ann Beeman was business chairman. Pageantry was given as a regular course this year. In these classes the pageant was worked out and planned while the melmbers of the classes made up the various committees. The presentation this year was named "Carnival Night at Palm Beach" and por- trayed a real winter carnival. Included on the program were: diving exhibitions by Phyllis Wright, Helen Molnar, Beulah Borem, June Russell, Delores Graff, Dorothy Krouse. Arline Blonquist, and Susan Curry, swim- ming meet, formations originated in the classes, and a fashion show of beach apparel from 1890 to the present time. To reign each night a queen was chosen by three judges from the audience. Each homeroom selected a girl as a representative Page Forty-two and from these a committee chose two girls from -each class. Marjorie Mudde and Betty Turlay, freshmeng Bette Hansen and Ada Mae Delano, sophomoresg Rosemary Mont- briand and Beth Brookley, juniors, Agnes Birkholr and Betty Cottingham, seniorsg Rosemary Turlay, Junior College were the girls in the final contest. The queens were Beth Brookley, Rosemary Montbriand, and Marjorie Mudde. This year Thornton girls entered two tele- graphic swimming meets with Waukegan and Whiting. In the iirst meet lVIyra Hayes Won the 20 and 40 yard breast stroke, breaking the record of 42 seconds on the- 40 yard in 39.5. June Russell broke the free style record of 32 seconds. She also won the 20 yard free and 40 seconds. style. Phyllis Wright took the- 20 yard back crawl in 14.7 and 34.8 Other girls in the meet were: Beulah Gibson, Borem, Anne Alexander, Marion Jane Alexander, Janet Bowman, Anne Kerr, Ruth Bonnell, and Arline Blonquist. THORNTONITE -Z 9-13 Y CHN I QUE5 fmmmw VVET! ATHLETE5 ard? FEET THORNTONITE Top Row: Betty Simon. Mary Burke, June Russell, Lydia Kupchick. S e c o n d R 0 w: Harriet Martin, Blanche Doheny, Regina Flaherty, Beth Brookley, Elsie Kass. Bottom Row: Myra Hayes, Anita lliemer, Alberta Craig, Helen Bloom, Mary Frances Jones. G. A. A. Gflicers and Board Terpsichore, muse of grace and dancing. lends hcr charm to the girls engaged in their efforts to attain physical perfection. Physical education is rapidly taking an im- portant part in the curriculum of the girls. The course offers classes in sports, swim- ming, rhythm, and corrective gym. The sports classes include soccer, basket- ball, volleyball, and baseball. Classified in the swimming classes are: beginning and ad- vanced swimming, life saving, and pageantry, Rhythms and dance technique have proved very popular this year. The purpose of the classes is to teach the girls grace, balance, rhythm, and music appreciation. Miss Carr wrote the text for the classes. Although there are not special classes for ping-pong, shuffie board, deck tennis, hand- ball, and archery, any girl may participate in these sports. All freshmen are given a cer- tain amount of training in tumbling. The cluib of this department is the G.A.A. fGirls' Athletic Associationj, and is composed of the officers, Alberta Craig, president, Helen Bloom, vice-president, Anita Diemer, secre- tary, Mary Frances Jones, treasurer, board members: Blanche Doheny, head of volley- Page Forty-four ball, Mary Burke, basketball, Elsie Kass, baseball, Beth Brookley, soccer, Myra Hayes, swimming, Regina Flaherty, track, Betty Simon, dancing, Harriett Martin, indi- vidual sports, June Russell, publicity, Lydia Kupchick, social activities, and advisers, Misses Carr, Gray, and Hautau. Membership requirements are compara- tively low. A girl attending the required num- ber of practices and participating in at least one game of the tournament play automati- cally becomes a member. She will then be in- itiated at the next social function. Throughout the year parties and entertain- ments of various sorts are given. A banquet after the basketball season is over is an an- nual affair. The girls' physical education department has many aims and purposes: to build up the health and constitution of the girls engaged in this physical activity, to teach teamwork and the value of cooperation and good sports- manship. Leadership and enough of seasonal sports to raise the girls above the average are taught in these classes. All are planned in order to provide a profitable way for the girls to use their leisure time. THORNTONITE V Standing: 'Allan Fowler, Melhurn Smith, Charmian Blue, John Shaw, Ann Thrower, Richard Purcell, Eve- lyn Fisher. Seated: Aimee Haines, Alice Scully, John Prince, George Tesar, Paul Smith, Virginia Smith. Big Hearted Herbert Big Hearted Herbert, written by Sophie Kerr and Anna Steese Richardson, was the play sponsored by the Boys and Girls clubs this year. It was presented on Novemlber 1 and 2 in the high school auditorium. Funds attained by this :play were used to pay for assenrblies given during the ensuing year. The play was given under the direction of Miss Janice Meredith. Paul Smith had the role of the irate father, Big Hearted Herbert, with Charmian Blue as his loving wifeg Ann 'Thrower as his young daughter, Alice, whose love affair provided a course of irritation for Heubertg John Shaw as her fiance, Andy Goodrichg Meliburn Smith as Junior Kalness, and George Tesar as 'Robert, Herbert's two sons. Virginia Smith portrayed a blase young society matron who was antagonistic toward Herbertg Richard Purcell had the role of her husband, Mr. Lawrence. Evelyn Fisher provided comedy by her enacting of the part as the dumb maid, Martha. The parts of the business cli- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Havens, were played by Aimee Haines and Allan Fowler. John Prince and Alice Scully were cast as Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich. Dorothy Loiseau, representative of the Girls clu!b, and William Propper, represent- ing the Boys club, were the 'business man- agers. 'Minnie Cohen, Joan Copeland, and Shir- ley Fisher were in charge of the properties. Mr. E. C. Ohlert made the scenery, and Fred Jurate operated the lighting system. Sigurd Bergstrom was the stage manager. The story of the play centered about a grouchy business man who had started from nothing and after having made a success of himself, believed in impressing everyone with his former hardships in life and trying' to have his children brought up in the same way as he had been reared. At the time of the play Herbert was afraid that the gov- ernment was going' to ruin him with a huge income tax, and he insisted that his wife econ- omize. All these circumstances provided many hilarious scenes which made an enter- taining play. Page Forty-five THORNTONITE Top Row: Joanne Archer, Catherine Norton, Nancy Shanklanfl, Alice Scully. Second Row: Margery Houser, Miriam Ross, Elaine Nystrom, Frances Jones, Elsie Kass, Beth Brookley. Bottom Row: Aimee Hainesi Myra Hayes, Ruth Bonnell, Betty Cottimrham, .Iune Russell. Blanche Doheny. No picture: Regina Flaherty. Officers and Board 'l'h1- clouds lloating above Apollo symbolize the Girls and Boys clubs in that they form Mary Josephine M'Q'il9l', Miss VVilson l'ax:r l"urty-six the background of every student's life. Just as the clouds lend beauty to Apollo so these clubs lend beauty to the character of each The high standards which the clubs have set are standards which the mem- striving: to attain, and which boy and girl. bers are ever once they have attained, will help them to be- come better men and women and tit them better for the life that is before them. This year it was the duty of the president, Betty Cottingham, to preside over tlie Board of Control and general assemblies. ln her absence the Vice-president, Ruth Bonnell, asa sumed her duties. June Russell took care of the records and correspondence of the Girls club while Regina Flaherty cared for the f7'nances. Aimee Haines presided as speaker Over the Council meetings, and Myra Hayes was Speaker of the Division Chairmen. It is the duty of the eighteen members of the Board of Control to transact the business of the Girls club. During' her first three years a girl may not be a board member more than once. THORNTONITE Top Row: Evelyn Hznnmermt-ister Irene Rogers, Mary Josephine VVeber, Eleanor Frafulpzley, Virginia Zilske, Florence Gnrlmlinski. Second Row: Ann Thrower, Ber- nis Thoinpson, Dorothy Loiseau, June Russell, Cathe- rine Norton, Margaret Seploski, Betty Woare, Lenora Burk, Third Row: Wilma Meyer, Aurelia Jilh-t-ek, lic h Ruth llonnell, Gepryrie Alton, liroolxley, Mary Burke, Esther Toheck, Evelyn Haines. Bottom Row: Kathryn Pulley, Mildred Stobbs, Lueille l'ri1'e, Elixobetli Searle, Corinne Trimble, Myra Hayes. Activity Point Commission Freshman and sophomore girls work for aetivity points which are given for service rendered to the club and school and for the support of its projects. When a freshman girl has forty points and has learned the Pledge of Loyalty, the Con- stitution, and History of the Girls Club, she has earned and may wear her white "'l"' pin. To be ax sophomore otlicer a girl must have earned her white UT" pin, and to be a junior otlicer she must have earned both HT" pins, The Activity Point Commission signs up and rerorcls the activity points during' the freshmun-sophomore homeroom period and in the Girls club otlice during the day. Welfare Committee On Sundays the girls on the welfare com- mittee visit the women at the Home for ln- curables. They brighten the lives of these women by bringing' them books, writing- let- ters for them, and helping' them in many other small ways. Standing: Carina Jane Albreeht. Mary Burke, Herna- dine Mc'Mackin. Dorothy VVexelberg. Seated: liercrly smvdley, Arline liielfeldt, Im.-is .lean '1'homvSf"1' Hlfnhe Nystrom, Wilma Nystrom. l P11110 lfmwty-sm-if n 'bfi 1,3-QE 'Q ey ,- fees ,,. --1 Fl, alffj. Row One Aldath Anders, Ruth Bachman, Dor- Othy B9I'SChlHSki, Margie Birkholz, Arline Blonquist Evelyn Burnett. Row Two: Betty Burrell, Gayle Choate. Minnie Cohen, Joan Copeland, Ann Ferguson, Evelyn Flanagan. Row Three: Lucille FLa.nazan, Violet Fon- techia, Eleanor Fradgley, Elsie Haines, Verona Hall, Myra Hayes. Row Four: Elaine Hillard, Grace Hock, Au- relia Jillecek, Margaret Johnson, Katherine Kelley, Lorene Lively. Row Five: Constance Malito, Harriett Marlin. Jane Miller, Marion Moss, Marjorie Mudde, Margaret O'Brien. Row Six: Virginia Pelke, Adele Polkow, Lu- cille Price, Kathryn Pulley, Betty Randall, Helen Schwank. Row Seven: Loma Smith, Bernis Thompson, Dorothy Tlhorpe, Virginia Treen, Corinne Trimble, Ruth Van Bergen. Row Eight: Gloria Van Wormer, Maxine Wes- tenberg. Marjorie Woodrich. Division Chairmen There is a Division Chairman in each home- room. It is her duty to report to the Girls club the albsence of every girl in her horne- room. If a girl is absent for three days, the secretary for her class investigates, and if she finds that the girl is ill, she Writes her a Page Forty-eight letter or sends Howers. The girls are graded A, B, C, and D according' to the thorough- ness of their work in bringing in slips. The Division Chairmen this year were composed of nine seniors, nine juniors, thir- teen sophomores, and fifteen freshmen. 1 ' A X 3 .nv , 452013 " ' V. . , C ,3 X ,-I Q i an , -uh -1 .',., 1-Viv.: . V ' ' 4 garet Beattie, Marie Belmore, Adeline Biel feldt, Ruth Bonnell. Ada Mae Delano, Mildred Dralle, Vera Flynn Veda Greer. Knutzen, Evelyn Konsoer. Alice Nelson. Carol Rogers, Myrtle Rudloff, Alice Rudulph Johanna Rynberk. Row Six: Betty Simon, Ardith Steinberg, Mil dred Stobbs, Laura Thies, Doris Thompson Esther Tobeck. man, Betty Workman. Council The Council, composed of a member from each homeroom, met once a month to make suggestions which were carried to the Board of Control by the Speaker of the Council, Aimee Haines. Betty Simon was the clerk of the Council. The seniors Were: Carol Rogers, Dorothy Loiseau, Betty Simon, Aimee Haines, Laura Thies, Henrietta Hock, Leona Jacobsen, Anne Kerr, and Vera Flynn. The juniors were: Margaret Beattie, Mil- dred Stobbs, Doris Thompson, Ruth Bonnell, Adeline Bielfeldt, Marie Meetch, Carolyr Mead, Wilma Nystrom, and Myrtle ,Rudloff Janet Bowman, Harriet Anker, Ada Mae Delano, Alice Nelson, Evelyn Hammermeister, Evelyn Konsoer, Elaine Knutzen, Corinne Trimble, Esther Tolbeick, Ardith Steinberg, Johanna Rynlberk, and Bette Hansen were the sophomores. The freshmen were: Marie Belmore, Ra- chelle Butcher, Evelyn Ehlers, Evelyn Gailey, Mildred Dralle, Irene Jones, Jeanette Lar- son, Elaine Maxwell, Evelyn Mullen, Norma Pavlovic, Alice Rudulph, Dorothy Tyler, Mar- jorie Wat61hlaH, Betty Workman, and Veda Greer. Page Forty-nine Row One: Aimee Haines. Harriet Anker, Mar Row Two: Janet Bowman, Rachelle Butcher Row Three: Evelyn Hammermeister, Bette Hansen, Leona Jacobsen, Anne Kerr, Elaine Row Four: Jeanette Larson, Dorothy Loiseau Elaine Maxwell, Carolyn Mead, Marie Meetch Row Five: Evelyn Mullen, Wilma Nystrom Row Seven: Dorothy 'hfleig Marjorie lVater- THORNTONITE Junior Service Award Top Row: Leona Javolxsen, Blanche Doheny, Alice Scully, Mary Burke, Regina Flaherty. Second Row: Carol R014- L-rs, Annie Jay, Aimee Haines, Elaine Hillard, Helen Hammermeister, Anne Kerr. Bottom Row: Elaine Ny- strom. Betty Cottinpzhain, June Russell, Myra Hayes, Dorothy Loiseau, Betty Simon, Honor Roll Top Row: Pauline Taylor, Myra Hayes, Elsie Haines, Virginia Treen, Helen Doolen. Nancy Shankland, Blanc-he Doheny, Aimee Haines, Harriett Martin, Alice Scully, Elizabeth Searle, Margaret Chaney, Ruth Kem- nitz, Lois Rogers. Second Row: Gayle Choate, Margie lierkholz, Ruth Reed, Margery Houser, Kanella Sinas, Constance Venckus. June Iverson, Gertrude Koster, Irene Fisher, Gerda Damaskus, Bette Hansen, Ada Mae De- lano, Beth Brookley. Bottom Row: Carolyn Gouwens, Marjorie Wnodrich, Carolyn Zohransky, Anne Kerr, Ruth Engel, Dorothy Ann Bersr-hinski, Alive Rudulph, Jean Genovese, Gloria Myers. Gladys Ostinir, Corinne Trimble, Wanda Marciniak. Page Fifty x ,fl Y , lj ' l4 lx jj IYAVVPE-rilrl.. THORNTONITE i t iff' A3125 is 1 ll'!:'fflif"1'i'l?' l House Committee Top Row: Virginia Zilslw. Margznet liughasen, l-'ranres WL-xellu-1'g:. Varma .lane Allyn-l-lil, llvli-n llilllllllt'-l'I1l'wiE'l', Wills, .lm-annie Ne-lsnn, lfllizalsetli Searle, lflorvnm-0 tiar- Bottom Ruw: Ann 'l'hrmw,-r, Cnnstam-Q Mgtlitu, I,onm-a lmlinski. Sevun rl R u w: M?lI'fZll'E'i Vhancy, lie-'nis Burk. Betty Cottingham. Hazel Vaynter, Marprart-t Sep- 'I'lwmpsun. t'athe-l'im- Nurtun, Mary Burke, llox-oth? toski, Marshals Standing: lhn'-rtlxy 'I'l1urp0. Elaine Osllvlu, llulcn Ham- Jos, Ilurutliy NYn-xvllxvlv, llutli llunnvll. Mflrilivth rm-rmcistt-r. Marian Tilstra, liathcrins- Yantlaplrift, lirmxltsi Flurvm'u1"rallyl1-y. Minnie t'nlu-n, Alivv 'l'ux'lay. Seated: l'h'xrlottv Galle- .,. 1':u1v I"il'ty-une Alf ' - - ""' Q . ' -, W 'L 'f .- ' -..r.. ...S - 'T I - " 2 ,, . f Ywtg , - I " "' .ew .., A ,T 1 - ,L-,cl Q. ' nag 1 .A . ,Rui 1 . ' , , ' az, 1. " inggq- 1-.Qing 1-. '3 - 'f-za-:vt--V,,:,:. '-, mxgv 1-wk w ' ff 1 Lk'v'AvL?frL'1fu1i -asf, 1.Q..:,.:f9'.21k'a161.,:g..!:fa:2," ajax' " .- " 1-441 -- : ' T . - "' .. ' '-'-LMI.-.L ' -""- , ' 4- 'Sw' . W :7'fww . " 4 ,-,4.-1e-, fy-1,1 .- .r Q ,,5i. " ' , QU-GC-D9 - ff ,gf :ggi w M I-T1SQ,4HMa'n WM Srrannvp Queen QTTEYW DQVNT5 - QTUDTG Page Fi ity-two 9. ,ag 4' .rr- El -" .' . .levi-" "' .7a.1. w' 5 4' 2 "' 'I - " i e - f-ff?3?"9 'V f'r""' L" ,. .--., -,:,f,f: ..,. be say.. . . ,,.4,,:- :A g - , .. , ,3.,:'- f ----A-1 ., ,, ' ' -'F '- 'ff-' ' ' -." , 1- .',:-- f . '-"' - 'Lt 'f'1f,4-"- e l ,.. f -- -f .w- ' '. '-44" ' 'c " ' ,'cw!iafnle... iw - 1:-xr? W' .:. ! E5.-j' F, "R :gh Mg: :J V Sf Q,-5--1' -V 1'-':, .. P'-My A was I 7 g - .Gs-bawdy. . , . et -. '. - "-- ' "4 - '- ' 4 -.L -- . r"'1z,,, .11-'A-' .,"'g,'.' '-, . . -V: . ff -,a.'x.'-.', ,.. , . ' . ' . . V I , " - . - ' mf- . - 17 'if ei-IQ' - 'F 3 - .1 -- j"'1'ii' ,,..,-.v--.-:F -,.-l f'-,. V, . 1 f' ,, ., H5 - ,. - f 1' Tw . .- 1 x,-f.-.-v'- -'F 4...' 1' rv, . " 4 " " ' "T ' " ' ,WV-' -s' ' if B ' 4 - v - - - -,, ,-f L..f-..,h:,.-,,- H . ' ,g.r,f.. - il., ,,-,,,,vg.- N., ..,g , . w, .-..v , - Top Row: Joseph Fanelli, Jack Jones, Jack Dill, James NVithgott, Harold Gouwens. Bottom Row: Sidney VViIt- shire, George Killmer, Ivan Winslow, Charles lieeman, David Phelan. Officers and Board It has been a hard but very successful year for the Boys club in spite of crowded con- ditions and lack of funds. The hall guards and freshman advisers continued to scrve the school while the Chess and Checker club, the Hi-Y's, and the Harmonica club gave the boys closer companionship with each other. George Elias, Wallace Amsbury, Jack Ray- mon, and Plantation Melody Singers were features of some oi' the outstanding assem- blies sponsored by the Boys and Girls clubs. The leaders of the club were put into of- fice on Scptemiber 30 when Ivan Winslow, the president, took an oath to protect the constitution. Other oflicers who took the oath of otlice were: George Killmer, first vice-pres- identg Charles Becman, second vice-president, Sidney Wiltshire, treasurerg David Phelan, secretary. James Withgott, Jack Dill, Jack Jones, Harold Gouwens, and Joseph Fanelli were the other members of the board of di- rectors. The freshman advisers consisted of: Ger- ald Zweifel, Sigrurd Bergstrom, Milan Baker, William Prop-per, Richard Purcell, Jack Willett, and Robert Franks. Profbably the Qgreatcst event of the Boys club year was on February 8 when Dr. Thomas C. Poulter, second-in-command of the second Byrd Antarctic Expedition, came and illustrated his talk with movies. Dr. Poulter's talk and pictures 'brought to his audience many new ideas and impressions concerning' the expedition. Much of thc credit for the stag is due to the efforts of Mr. Unrbaugh, Mr. Stephens, Mr. Zimmerman, Mr. liettelkamp, Mr. Mad- dox, and the stag' committee which consisted of Ray Abels, Franklin Diekman, John Burch, Otis Worley, Elmer Sialow, James Daleiiberg, James O'Brien, lflarl Delano, Leon Willey, Ro-bert Franks, Joseph Pracht, Sigfuid Bergstrom, Edward Shilenskus, Theodore Bo- rowski, Charles Kara, Henry Johnson, Arthur Lucius, and Donald Petti,f:rew. A boosters' committee composed of Sidney Wiltshire and David Phelan, managers, and homeroom rep- resentatives also helped to make the sta-1 successful. Pace Fifty-th ree Page Fifty-four Hall Guards THORNTONITE Row One: Mathew Armond, Frank Baranowski, William Baxter, Bernard Becker, John Bu- bash, Nick Bubash. Raw Two: Russell V. Caress, James Coleman, Sam Cundary, James Dalenbern, Ernest Dav- idson , Earl Delano. Row Three: Gerhard De Young, John De Young, Donald Dickinson, Vincent Duck, Jo- seph Falica, Robert Fitzgerald. Row Four: Eugene Fortier. Charles Geschke, Morton Gross, William Guild, James Ham- mers, Clarence Hercules. Row Five: Benjamin Hughes, James Jacobs, John Kaiser, George Koch, Roy Kramer, Er- win Lange. Row Six: Emanuel Lelfman, Edward lehwian, Chester Lenover, Vincent Locicero, Le Roy Marks, Paul Matlocka. Row Seven: Walter Meyers, Earl Nagel, Rob- ert Nelson, Edward O'Brien, Frank Pala, Walter Parrish. Row Eight: Victor Pezzatti, Joseph Placas, Richard Purcell, Stanley Salach, Emil Schlin- ger, Charles Scott. Row Nine: John Shaw, Edward Shilenskus, Peter Shilling, Stanley Van Der Aa, Richard Waibel, Jack White. Row Ten: Jack Willett, Leon Willey, Sidney Wiltshire, James Withgott, William Work- nftan, Mathew Yatsak. Row Eleven: Kenneth Wright, Howard Zilske, Frank Zmuda, Gerald Zwiefel. 4-1 a 7, 'v-"'TS"'l 14' ff-g-J' . , . . sf f. ' 1. ' .- ,.., . 4. -. .. x -f.-'- -- .-,fs ., ' , A - . s X- H.w,l,Q1 li. V 'Y ,., , N , :qv b gwn. ,,-jf' ' ' 21.1 3 . Q . e V. a1,c.f'.f11g-'-'W .. " ,. . .-,.."f'.u-5451.-L-0' 1 ' 'ff .im "1 F., ' - ' w 'P' ' I l -. 5- , ,.-- D . h - ,,..,-1.3.6. ' e . -,-, g1,.,w,..,, Y .v 1 - A. A fu - 1 -..T!'-' . .,zf.,:. ' -1.0.-N -.nfgggfk - , ,-'cj -1 .3 , .1, ' f "":,"f - 2 A 1 -Q Y - ---e.se.v-ses.a.1.f.....--fw,,,a,- -, U - - A H "' - -5' M' "1L- LLL. ,-',.Q,Ff-.,L',..! -' -Y f ' - My ' -A vip, - . .,s-,f- , -. ,. i ' Q! -' QT-,E . g r- w e 1'- ' .. -"?1 - . V, .,-.e :L . . "f V ,f -, ' x 1' '- ' ., " -ws' -- - - -f 1 . -'ix' Row One: Paul Balducci, Norman Barna, John Braschler. Donald Bucholz, Paul Clark, Charles Cory. Row Two: Ernest Davidson, Franklin Diekman, Harry Ellis, Wesley Ferris, Andrew Garry. Harold Getiert. Row Three: Charles Geschke, George Hayes, Lewis Hammers, Jack Jones, Irving Kenyon, George Koch. Row Four: Nicholas Kupchick, Emanuel Led'- man, Carl Madory, Robert McCoy, Alton Mc- Gehee, Carl Meinheit. Row Five: Donald Parker, Harry Peetz, Her- bert Pelke, Albert Pence, William Proliper. Richard Purcell. Row Six: Vernon Smith, Bayard Stevenson, James Umbaugh, Herman Van Der Aa, Har- old Vanderwarf, Euprene Van Kanegan. Row Seven: Norman Warns, Jack Willett, Horace Winslow, William Workman, Jervis Zimmerman, Robert Zilligen. Hall Guards The motto adopted by the hall guards this year was "To maintain discipline in the halls at all times." To promote more eflicient service the hah guards formed a club. David Phelan was elected commander-in-chiefg Sidney Wiltshire, second-in-commandg Charles Scott, lieutenant- captaing and James Hammers, treasurer. A captain from each ,period was elected to be responsbile for the hall guards of that period. The captains were as follows: Edward O'Brien, Nick Bubash, Joe Falica, James Withgott, Earl Delano, Fred Lindsay, William Worlcman, Kenneth Kolar, William Baxter, Vincent Locic-ero, and David Rinkema. Home Room Representatives The Boys club Representatives serve the boys of Thornton. At the beginning of the year Mr. Umlbaugh appointed forty-seven boys, one from each homeroom, to these of- Hces. lt was the duty of these fboys to report ac- cidents or sicknesses of the other boys. They proved very valuable in collecting club dues and in selling stag tickets. They relayed the attitudes and ideas of every boy in the school, thereby giving op- portunity for each to have a voice in school affairs. The representatives made announce- ments afbout Boys club activities and also pre- sented the requests of other organizations when occasion demanded. Page Fifty-five THORNTONITE Seated: Ilolverl Franks, Tliomas Iflir-kenxer, Robert Zilli- gen. Paul Iirudjar, Andrew Jackowiv. Chess and Checker Team The Chess and Checker team beat Bloom twice in the first inter-scholastic meets. The school winners were: Robert Zilligen, Robert Franks, and Bernard La Pointe, chess: An- drew Jackowic, Paul Brudjzlr, George Strick- er, checkers. Harmonica winners were: Kurt Acker- mann. Roibert Nelson, Chester Lenover, and Gerald Zweifel. Standing: Bernard La Pointe. William Berry, H1-Y The Junior and Senior Hi-Y's combined recently under the direction of Mr. Froiberg. Ofhcers of the Senior and Junior Hi-Y's re- spectively were: Earl Delano and James Spencer, presidents: Walter Baker, Milan Baker, Andrew Garry, vice-presidents: George Dickinson and Thomas Newman, sec- retariesg William Berry and Claude Kinsey, treasurers. SENIOR I-II-Y JUNIOR HI-Y HAICMONICA WINNERS Standing: William lierrv, George Standing: Andrew Garry, Claude Tow Row: Kurt Ackerman, Robert Dickinson. Seated: VVal'er Iiakey Kinsey. Seated: Thomas Newm'1n. Nelson, Bot 1 o m Row: Chesier Earl Delano, Milan Baknr. James Spent-er, Lenorer, Gerald Zweifel. Page l4'il'ly-six D If if ff' ? fr-f ,f Tb: F54 1 'EQE 'iii Qc' fs! ry: -511 vi , xg , 5, .- ,. K5 ' :qs fg 1-'sl Apollo, the ffudarff, drivzf Ifwif chariot through four hoppgx vcmrizd gacuff. -fs ff' s Page Fifty -eight T HORNTONITE Row One: Laurence Abels, Marjorie Addis, Dorothy Asznell. Warren Ahlsted, Russell Ahrens, Anne Alexander. Row Two: Richard Amon, Howard Anderson, Lillian Anderson, Robert Anderson, Hector Anello, Harold Ano , J 'X'5',4.Vli,3' MH 7Row Three' Raymond Arendt Frank Arlaus- il! kas, Betty Armstrong, Betty Mae Ashton, Ruth Bachmann, Betty Baker. Row Four: Dorothy Baker, Walter Banasiak, John Banovich, Irene Baranyai, Bessie Bar- bel, Bernadette Bargiel. Row Five: Ralph Bark, Norman Barna. Lillie Barritt, Henry Batorski, Robert Bauman, Olive Bearman. ,I , 1 J' J' ' foffiv Wy ,,f'f Row Six: Otto Becker. Marie Belmore, Steph- anie Benarka, Renaud Bennett, Ernest Berry, Marion Bielfeldt. Row Seven: Robert Bielfeldt, William Bielfeldt. Tlean Billadeau, Marfzaret Bills, Margie Birk- holz, Ethel Bishop. Row Eight: Virginia Blair, La Verne Blasku, Vivian Blink, Evert Boer, Margaret Boyz- basen, Myron Bonse. Row Nine: Ethel Bookham, Helen Bor, Leon- ard Borgnrdingr, George Bormet, Edward Ho- rowski, Thelma Boulder. Row Ten: Donald Bowman, Jeanne Brannon, John Braschler, Cletus Brault, Evelyn Braun, Mae Brei. Row Eleven: Edward Brookfelt, Lester Brook- field, Dorothy Brown, Isabel Brown, Fred Brozek, Anton Buben. Row Twelve: Rolland Burnett. Betty Burrell, Isabella Burt, Rachelle Butcher, Edward Byt- nar, Eugene Campbell. THORNTONITE Row One: Robert Caproni, Norman Carlson. Bernire Carlton, Clara Carney, Richard Case, Alonzo Ceasar. Row Two: Marie Cermak, Joseph Charlton, Virginia Chlehda. Stanley Chmielewski, Gayle Choate, Dorothy Christy. Row Three: Charles Church, Helen Clark, Paul Clark, Georgia Coprswell, Donald Collette, Sally Conant. Row Four: Dorothy Couwenhoven, Gene Cra- vens, Patrivin Crotty, Gordon Culver, Josie Curl, James Daanen. Row Five: Arnold Dalenberz, Eugene Dalen. heryz, Euxrenia Dascenzi, Cornelia De Bruin, Edward Degraif, Melvin Dehnlng. Row Six: Gertrude Deihl, Ernest Dellahous- saye, Eugene Della-Rose, Harry De Ridder, June De Ruiter, Eleanore Deruntz. Row Seven: Allen Dettmering, Francis De Vries, Gilbert De Young, Marge De Young, Viola De Young, Lorraine Dickman. Row Eight: William Dieck. Warren Doll, Mary Domner, Robert Domnitz, James Donahue, Etta Dorrans. Row Nine: Jean Drake, Mildred Dralle, Emily Ilunajski, Robert Dykema, Charlotte yk- strn. Jeanette Dykstra. Row Ten: Evelyn Ehlers, Harry Ellis, Ruth Emrel. Andrew Evans, Elizabeth Fairbairn, Joseph Fanelli. Row Eleven: Rose Mary Featherstone, Lillian Fercuson. Maxine Ferrell, Shirley Fifer, John Figlo, Casimir Filipiak. Row Twelve: Olive Fischer, Lois Fishman, James Fitzgerald, Theresa Fitzgerald, Lu- cille Flanagan, George Flieth. Q I Page Fifty-nine ff fx aftfffa A . A ax' aff .V 'L 1"' i , ufynf H IA ' 1: ' ,N L 'i L Page Sixty THORNTONITE Row One: Tony Florek, Theodore Fones, Violet Fontechia. Naomi Fork, Vernon Foster, Ver- non F. Foster. 455379 LL . wo. Bertram Fox, Peter Fragiros, War- ren Frebel, Edward Frederick, Dorothy Fredrick. Vida Freese. Row Three: William Freese, Howard Fulton, Evelyn Gailey. Marie Gallagher, Winifred Gardiner, Eleanor Gatrell. Row Four: Gilbert Geedinz, Harold GeFfert, Geneva Genovese, Bernard Gesrhke, William Gibb, Harold Gilbert. Row Five: Ruth Gilbert, Nellie Gill, Lulu Good- wine, Louann Goot, Dorothy Gordon, Mari- anne Gorski. Row Six: He1'man Graff, La Verne GrafT, Wal- ter Gravish, Betty Greer, Veda Greer, Rirh- ard Grenier. Row Seven: John Griffith, Roger Griswold, Muriel Gross, Jennie Gryboski, Anthony Grzyb, Grace Haines. Row Eight: Edith Halez, Marxraret Hall, Phyl- lis Hall, Walter Halun, John Hansen, Ed- win Hanson. , Row Nine: Lucille Hanson, Richard Harniech, May Harrison, Marshall Hartelius, Gertrude Hartlcoorn, Mildred Haviland. Row Ten: George Hayes, Maxine Hayes, live- lyn Henderson, Robert Herrick. James His!- gins, Norma Hillyer. Row Eleven: Rudi Hinz, Lillian Hodge, Kath- ryn Hoekstra, Robert Holding, Byrness Holt, Thereasa Hoskins. Row Twelve: Thomas Hoskins, Geraldine Hud lun, James Hunter, Evelyn Ingraham, Henry Ingwersen, Walter Isemonxzer. THORNTONITE Row One: Russell Ivy, Harry Ja Baay, Frances Jackson, Vivian Jaeger, Nicholas Jager, Amelia Janirke. Row Two: Jay Jansma, Edward Jensen, Mar- shall Jensen, Wayne Johnson, Bert Jolley, Evelyn Jones. Row Three: Gilbert Jones, Ireene Jones, Paul Jones, Maryanne Jozwik. Stella Kalata, June Kallestad. Row Four: Artemis Karzis, Katherine Kelley, Richard Kellogg, Walter Kellogg, Margaret Kelo, Irvinx: Kenyon. Row Five: Jeanette Kiel, Lottie Kiewicz, Mary Kilroy, Alice Kimball, YV nne Kincaid, Vio- let Klaze. ' Row Six: Donald Knapp, Robert Koehler, Mary Koellinx-Y. Eleanor Koester, Joyce Kolar, Ken. neth Kolar. Row Seven: Joseph Koral, Thaddeus Korlvel, Leofil Kosek, Fred Koster, Betty Koteff, Anna Krajewska. Row Eight: Esther Kramer, Dorothy Krueger, Elaine Krueger, Ann Kucharzyk, Joseph Kuna, Virprinia Kurzawski. Row Nine: Irene La Londe, Anna Lamacki, N-ivk Lamhas, Jeanette Larson. Reuben Latham, Florence Lau. Row Ten: Robert Ledell. Hetla Leininger, Donald Lillie. Lorrene Lively, Doris Lloyd, Muriel Lockrem. Row Eleven: John Logan, Mathew Lojas, Flor- ence Lomax, Joan Lorish, Hazel Loutsi, Fred Lubhers. Row Twelve: Stanley Lucek, Jeanne Luchene, John Luttrell. Louis Macaluso, Jean Mac- kenzie, Elizabeth Maddox. y viii-f XSMW' 9 Mb ' x A C., - B Page Sixty-one Ja ' L f 1 v 1 ,I 1 3 A 1l'7f,f age Sixty-two THORNTONITE Row One: Carl Madory, William Mapzdziak, Paul Mahler, Doris Mae Lean, Anthony Ma- ranto, Wanda Marciniak. Row Two: Walter Maslanka, Elaine Maxwell, Jack McConnell, Hugh McCormiuk, Geral- dine McCoy, Robert McCoy. Row Three: Gerald McCullough, Jean McEl- downey, Mary McEntee, Cheater McGathey, Marjorie Mcflranahan, John McGuire. Bild! 'Fvi1r: Jack McPherrin. Edward Mcl'her- son, Harry Mech, Shirley Merh, Mildred Me- der, Hazel Meginnis. Row Five: Josephine Mehorczyk, Richard Mel- ton, Robert Merkle, Marvin Meyer, Theodore Michalski, Viola Milash. Row Six: Henry Milen, Gwendolyn Miller, Hugh Miller, Jane Miller, Robert Milne, Stella Miszkowicz. Row Seven: Edith Mitchell, Robert Morrett.. William Morrison, Roberta Mott, Marjorie Mudde, Evelyn Mullen. Row Eight: Joseph Munro, Helen Murray. John Mylenki, Lois Nagel, Edward Nantz, Bernard Neubert. Row Nine: Charles Newhart, Howard New- hart, Joseph Nieckula, Eleanor Nielsen, Oscar Nietfeldt, J. B. N0fLll. Row Ten: Anno Norden, Mildred Norton. Emily Novak, Lorraine Now, Angela Nowicke, Earl 0'Brien. Row Eleven: Dorothy 0'Connor, Marie Oden- wald, Robert Oehmkc, Marguerite Oft, Fred Olson, Ruth Olthoff. Row Twelve: Edward Orlorf, Thomas Ormslvy, Carson Orr, Gladys Osting, Leonard Oud- shoorn, Helen Pac-holik. THORNTONITE Row One: Jean Packard, Benny Par-hocha, Rok- ert Parish, Donald Parker, Irene Patronik, l'atriria Patterson. Row Two: Donald Patz, Norma Pavl11vic,Edith Pearson. Alice Peerbolte. Joseph Peerbolte, Herbert Pelke. Row Three: Bernice Peters, Jerome Petersqn, Beatrice Phillips, Mary Phillips, Vance Phil- lips, Wesley Pipher. Row Four: John Pochopin, Christ Pochos, Edna Pohl, Joseph Pokorny, Edward Polanski, Anna Popowich. Row Five: Frank Poremha. Earle Porter, Jean Porter, Jay Poucher, Robert Price, Hardin Pulley. Row Six: Paul Putnam, George Quirk, Eugene Rafson, Betty Randall, Doris Redding, James Reed. Row Seven: Ruth Reed, Edward Reinke, Gladys Remelsherizer, Mary Jane Rexroat, Eleanor Reyelts, Catherine Reynolds. Row Eight: George Rezincek, Blanche Rice, Milton Ridder, Joseph Rimkus, Norma Rob- erts, VVilebel Robertson. Row Nine: Bruce Robinson, Eugene Rogers, Angelo Rosati. Emil Rosenlrrock, Ernest Roy, Merle Roy. Row Ten: Dorothy Rozene, Alice Rudulph. Iris Rudulph, Victor Ryley, Harold Sacger. Stella Salamone. Row: Eleven: Ralph Santefort, Ruth Santefort, Virginia Sassano, Geraldine Sausman, Rob- ert Schaefer, Clarence Schipper. Row Twelve: Harrv Schluter, Robert Svhmidt, Willard Schmidt, Catherine Schneider, Mel- vin Schroeder. Edward Schultz. Page Sixty-three age Sixty-four THORNTONITE Row One: Melba Schultz, Selma Schultz, Rob- ert Schumann, Helen Schwank, Angelo Scu- deri, William Scupham. Row Two: Fern Seitz, Edward Shea, Mary Simpson, Ethel Siss, Martha Sledziwska, Dora 1 er. Row Three: Hobart Smith, Chester Smack, Chester Smolarski, Arlo Southwick, Thelma Spangler, Morris Staat. Row Four: William Stanley, Marian Staples, Cazamer Smsozok, Elsie Steffek, Bayard Ste- venson, Alice Stiegman. Row Five: Marjorie Stinton, Edward Stubbs, John Stojak, Sophie Stolarz, Gordon Stone, Robert Stroh. Row Six: Kenneth Stutters, Earle Stutzriem, Richard Sublett, Charles Sudds, John Sulli- van, Karl Swanson. Row Seven: Vance Swanson, Emil Szczurak, Anthony Sztuba, Margaret Tack, Martin Ta- laga, Edward Tarala. Row Eight: Helen Tatpre, Fred Templin, Cor- nelia Ter Louw, Reuben Tho-de, Diana Thema, Carol Thompson. Row Nine: Jerome Van Dommelan, Jasper Van Dommelan, Arthur Van Der Hye, Marie Van Der Giessen, Rex Van Der Aa, Herman Van Der Aa. Row Ten: Peter Uzelac, Mary Uzelac, Lois Unruh. James Umbaugh, Dorothy Tyler, Betty Turney. Row Eleven: Robert Turner, Bette Tnrlay, Barbara Trembly, Virginia Treen, Lawrence Traub, William Tompkins. Row Twelve: Jeanette Tokarski, Albert Tober man Marvin Throneherry, Thomas 'lhoresen, , Florence Thoresen, Dean Thompson. 'DHORNTONIT E Row One: Johanna Van D1-unen, John Van Es, Ruth Van Kaneiran, Loretta Van Kley, Anna Van Millifran. Peter Van Milligan, Row Two: Ralph Van Mynen, Cornelia Van Noort, Katie Van Weelden, Gloria Van Wor- mer, Mic-heal Van Zuidam, Clarenz-e Veld. Row Three: Constance Venckus, Margaret Ve- nutn, Edna Verhoeven, Sadie Vickers, Ger- trude Vogler, Althea Volland. Row Four: Angeline Voss. John vid Wallmergr, George W'alker, Marjorie Waterman. Row Five: Roirsrie Watkins, Atla Watson, Daisy NVatson. Dwight Watson, John Watson, Leila Vlfatson. I I Row Six: Troy Webb, Forrest Welch, arion VVelc'h, Martha Wells, Raymon nberg, Elizabeth Werth. ' aww Row Seven: Arthur Wesse, Maxine Westen'er1:, Marion Westphal. John Wetmore, Elizabeth Wheeler. John Wiedemann. Row Eight: Genevieve Wilk. Arnold Williams, Bettie VVilliarns, Carl Williams, Alice Wil- lis, Frances Wills. Row Nine: Donald Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Emil VViltrakis, Horace Winslow, Earl Wise. Chester Wolak. Row' Ten: Frank Wolfrtiin, Betty Workman, Milton Younker, Lionel Yost, Alice Young, Michael Yudick. Row Eleven: Helen Yzbicki, John Zambon. Mario Zarantonello, Anne Zesko, Lottie Lie- linska, Jane Ziemba. Row Twelve: Dorothy Zilsberger, Harry Zmuda. Page Sixty-five 1 f ' l l THORNTONITE Standing: Claude liinsey, Harold Gouwens. Seated: Jack Jones, Betty Shumard, Thomas Newman, Sophomore Class Officers sanding: liaxnrd Stevenson, VVilli:1m Stanley, Harry lllis. Seated: Gayle Choate. l':vr1- Sixty-Aix The enterprising Apollo has arrived at the hardest part of his trip across the heavens. The uphill road is steep, but the horses are still fresh and strong. The sophomore is working' ha1'd and looking: forward to the days that come after high school term. Early in October Jack Jones was elected to lead the class. His assistants were Betty Shumard, iirst vice-president, and Thomas Newman, second vice-president. Records of the class were kept by Claude Kinsey, while Harold Gouwens served as treasurer, Freshman Class Officers As the curtains of the day are drawn and the Way is prepared by the muses, the fresh- man class starts forth on its high school ca- reer. Because of the unusually large class, 6119 students, and consequently their inability to become acquainted with each other, the elec- tion of class officers was not held until Jun- uary. The oflicers chosen were: William Stan- ley, presidentg Harry Ellis, vice-president, Gayle Choate, secretaryg and Bayard Steven- son, trezxsurer. THORNTONITE Ilow One: June Adams, Rose Adraprna, Edward Alexander. Loretta Allilione, Eugene Ander- son, Shirley Anderson. Row Two: Zoe Andrews, Harriet Anker, Jeanne Archer, Charlotte Atkins, Alma Atkinson, Everett Atwood. Row Three: Marjorie Baldwin, Elpzarsl Ranis, Ellxxard Barns. Rose Basista, Irma Becker. James lieektel. Row Four: Urban Berzbauer, David Berkley, James Berkley. Ric-hard Berry, Dorothy Hers:-hinski, Edward Bierovic. Row Five: Thaddeus Biesiasla, Thomas Black, Marion Blank. John Blankenstein, Siegel Bock, Harry Boetscher. Row Six: VValter Bohnstengel, Adele Bonnema, Leroy Horst, Frank Bowen, Janet Bowman, George- Braekins. Row Seven: John Brackins, Marie Brankon, Marqare: Branson, Vernon Browne, Eugene Bruupreman, Edward Buezek. Row Eight: Vivian Bull, Lawrence Bultman, John Burch. Evelyn Burnett, Robert Burns. William Bush. Row Nine: Evelyn Byrd. Shirley Callarman, Hilda Carey. Mabelle Carlson, Albert Cash, Clarence Ceres. Row Ten: Annes Cermak, Margaret Chaney, Charles Charlton, Dorcas Chesney, Rose Chmielewski, Elizabeth Christensen. Row Eleven: Evigene Clow, Ralph Cobb, Pearl Coffman, Lewis Cohen, Clara Cohrs, Maurice Colvert. Row Twelve: Virginia Cook. Eva Cosnmn, Betty Coston, Earl Craig, Paul Crandall, Rita Crean. Page Sixty-seven Page Sixty-eight THORNTONITE Row One: Stuart Crisman, Victory Culver, Jo- seph Cupolillo, Wilfred Currier. Susan Jane Curry, Stanley Czech. Row Two: Stephanie Czech, Gwendolyn Dahl- strom, Joseph D'Antonio, Peter Dasvenzi, Ruth Davis, Charles Deckelman. Row Three: Ada Mae Delano, Anna Depner. Theodore Deress, Agnes De Young. Arnold De Young, Evelyn De Young. Row Four: Henry De Young, Lorraine De Young, Anita Diemer, Lyle Dolton, Helen Doolen, Ruth Dornhecker. Row Five: Edward Doyle, Vernon Drizht, Rub- ert Duckrow, Marion Dudek, Sophie Dunaj- ski, Theodore Dunajski. Row Six: William Earl Edelen, Fred Eirich, Nina Emrelhardt, Edward Ernst, La Verne Evely, Alice Evers. Row Seven: Josephine Evers, Catherine Eylan- der, John Faller, Glen Ferguson, John Fer- kan, Ila Fethke. Row Eight: Howard Flanagin, Rollin Flanagin, Fhelma Fontcehia, Donald Fork, Frances Fow ler, John Fox. Row Nine: Eleanor Fradgley. Edward Fransen, Alice Frederick, Eric Fredman, Lois Fred ricksen, Lucille Freese. Row Ten: Evelyn Frintz, Vivian Fuller, Angi- lo Gabrielln, Ruth Gall, Dora Gardiner, Marty Garofalo. Row Eleven: Andrew Garry, Veronica Gavin AleXz1nder Gergely, William Geserick, Wil- liam Gibson, Stephanie Giertuga. Row Twelve: Virginia Gilliam, Walter Gillis Jack Ginter, Walter Glogowski, Carol Goetz Ada Golden. THORNTONITE Row One: Dorothy Goletz, Myra Gooden, Caro- lyn Gouwens, Gordon Gouwens, Harold Gou- wens, Marian Gouwens. Rmv Two: Dolores Graff, Lucille Graham, Elsie Graiziirer. Agnes Greig, Ruth Gross, Laura Gruszc-zyk. Row Three: William Guild, Virgil Hanke, Elsie Haines, Evelyn Haines, Everett Haines, Parry Haines. Row Four: Robert Hair, Verona Hall, Evelyn Hammermeister, Lewis Hammers, Georeena. Hannah, Bette Hansen. Raw Five: Frances Hanson, Jack Harrington, Irene Harris, Theresa. Harris. Viviun Hor- telius, Ruth Haviland. Row Six: Harry Ha zel hurst, Newell Hea'-ock, Ralph Hellman, Elaine Henke, Clarence Hercules, Wilfred Herimz. Row Seven: Harold Hettirh, Lolita Heuer, Rob- ert Heymann, Werner Hinz, Grace Hock, VVilda Mae Hockom. Row Eight: Benjamin Hoover, Marlin Hop- man, Margery Houser, Orval Hulbert, Helen Hunniford, Ruby Ivy. Row Nine: John Hunter, Christine Jacks, Mild- red Jaxzer, Clara Janeczek, Clara Jay, Au- relia Jillecek. Row Ten: Byron Johnson. George Johnson, Nathaniel Johnson, Eleanor Jones, .lack Jones, James Jones. Row Eleven: Jean Hay, Edward Kelly, Mary Kelly, Robert Kidd, Robert Kidder, .lohn Kiel. Row Twelve: Martha Kingman, Claude Kinsey, Robert Kipley, Audrey Klauk, Robert Klink- hammer, Louise Kloc. Pan-Ze Sixty-nine ml' Ml tiff are Seventy THORNTONITE Row One: Marden Knapp, Elaine Knutzen, Burnetta Koellimr, Lorraine Koesube, Celes- tine Kollar, Joseph Kolodziej. Row Two: Evelyn Konsoer, Helen Kopec, Betty Kopp, Alice Koster, Clarence Koster, George Kristinich. Row Three: Andrew Krol. Harold Krone, Thomas Kroon, Richard Kunkel, Leonard Kunza, Nicholas Kupchick, Row Four: Mary Kurysh, Julia Lach, Rudolf Lach, Della Lake, Michael Lakowsky, James Lambas. Row Five: Katherine Lambas, William Lam- bert, Marvin Lange, Bernard La Pointe, Ruth La Pointe, Harold La Roche. Row Six: John Laster, Oletta Leavitt, Sarah May Lehnig, Jack Lentz, Robert Lewis, Peter Lezeau. Row Seven: Nevelyn Lillie, Frank Lindberg. Juanita Lloyd, James Lockhead, Frances Lomzenecker, Robert Love. Row Eight: Warren Love, Arthur Lowen, Al- meda Luttrell, Waller Mach, Constance Ma- lito, Rose Marie Marquess. Row Nine: Albert Martin, Mary Ann Martin, Donald Matthies, Kenneth Maxwell, Eliza- beth MCC:-xskie, Donald McClellan. Row Ten: Charles McCol1y, Margaret McCon- nell, Alton McGehee, Jack McGuire, Charles McHenry, Billie McNabb. Row Eleven: William Meeboer, Leonard Mee- nan. Carl Meinheit, Vincent Mendoza, How- ard Metz, Charles Meyer. Row Twelve: Cari Miller, Edward Miller, Roh- ert Miller, I-'aye Mills, Wallace Mohr, John Morris. THORNTONITE Row One: La Vell Morris, Will Morris, An- thony Moskalik, Dorothy Munro, Rose Mnrzyn, Stephanie Murzyn. Row Two: Ruth Myers, Chapin Neale, Alice Nelson, Gerald Nelson, Jeanie Nelson. Mal'- garet Nelson. Row Three: Velma Nelson, Norma Jean Newell, 'Thomas Newman, Harold Nivolrli, Robert Nie- bert, Clarence Norman. Row Four: Howard North. Evelyn Novakows- ki, James 0'Boyle, Henry Odenwald, Elea- nor Olson, May Olthoff. Row Five: VViIlnrd Olthoff, Emily Onak, Julia Onzik, Norma Osborn, Herbert Owen, Bernice Pakosz. Row Six: Charles Palaces, 015121 Palaces. Wan- da Panczyk, Frances Pasek, Olga Pa'ronik. Virginia Pelke. Row Seven: George Peterson, Ruth Petersen. Bernard Petkus, Genevieve Pikorz, Edward Pilbeam, Louis Placek. Row Eight: Helen Pniewski, Jay Polus, David Pontius, Olga Popowich, Raymond Postma. Raymond Pravht. Raw Nine: Raymond Price, Betty Prindiyille, Eleanor Prypzocki, Marshall Puhrman, Vir- yzinia Puhrman, Kathryn Pulley. Row Ten: Doris Queen, Ann Radanoviuh, Call Rainiann. Evelyn Ramnke, Norma Reid, Betty Reinlein. Row Eleven: Arthur Rhodes, Nicholas Ridder, George Rinkema. Jacqueline Rivers, Irving Roberts, Shirley Roberts. Row Twelve: John Robertson, Howard Robin- son. Raymond Rodger, Emerson Rodman, Irene Rogers, Miriam Ross, Page Seventy-one Page Seventy-two THORNTONITE Row One: Margaret Rowe, Bette Rowlette, Wil- lard Ryan, Leonard Rydahl, Johanna Ryn- berk, Edith Sagadin. Row Two: Jacob Sagdin, Stanley Salach, El- mer Salow, Lewis Santefort, James Seag- lione, Byrle Schleizer. Row Three: Harold Schmidt, Herbert Schmidt, Laurie Schuit, Kathleen Schulte, Bette Jean Seidel, Joseph Sekerka, John Sentesi. Row Four: Nancy Shanklund, Frances Shera- den, Eleanor Shilenskus, James Shilling, Jang Shilling, Betty Shumard. Row Five: Ethel Siebert, Edward Sienko, Helen Simko, Edward Sitarski, Ian Smith, Mary Smith. Row Six: Robert Smith, Vernon Smith, Norma Snuckle, Carl Spacik, William Spangler, James Spencer. Row Seven: Louise Spiecker. Edward Spind- ler, John Staat, Everett Stalcup, Joan Stan, Jane Staton. Row Eight: Elaine Sizatton, Vernon Steiger, Ardith Steinberg, Miriam Stiefel, Nea Stobbs, Raymond Stoeckman, Row Nine: George Stricker, Ruth Struven, Ber- nard Summers, Dorothy Swanson, Arthur Sweet. Nelson Swets. Row Ten: Edmund Sylvester, Louis Szczurak, Anthony Szewezyk. Ethel Mae Talley, Evelyn Taylor, Harrison Taylor. Row Eleven: Margaret Tennant, John Ter Louw, Bernis Thompson, Eileen Thompson, Earl Thoms, Margery Tiedemann. Row Twelve: Esther Toheck, Corinne Trimble, Oliver Tyler, Alex Ustianowski, Dorothy Van Bergen, Ruth Van Bergen. ' . --f' - .14-I-1' . 1,twr'4J:f.:-tw . - E1-"'4"l7h:4v-'La-isis-C' . -vw-2"'171'1l':':'VP?LT.f'f'-"ff -2 W.. ..:,. -,.:-e-:"rgf1,.,-- 7, :.. - . - z - ., nz.. fx-,, .- exe- ,-,Q-vp .3 ,vv,z.-g,. ,. , ., , - . A , .I N , . Y Row One: Margaret Vanderaa, George Vander Hye, Harold Vanderwarf, Harriet Vander llgoude, Willard Van Drunen, Ralph Van ey. Row Two: Viola Veld., Dorothy Veldhuis, Nel- lie Veldhuizen, Duncan Vercellono, Robert Volkmar, Orin Volland. Row Three: Lois Voss, Margaret Voss, Emil Vrshek, Mildred VValberg, Holly Walker, Ber- nice Wanlund. Row Four: Mary Webber, Dorothy Wegener, June Weides, Richard Wells, Genevieve Welt- meyer, John Wernicke. Row Five: Ruth Werth, Phyllis Westenberg. Margaret Wetmore, Jack White, Warren W'hite, Lena Willer. Row Six: Max Williams, Juanita Willis, Esther Wilson, Henry Wipior, Clarence Wisowaty, Mary Wlodek. Row Seven: Erwin Wognum, Marjorie Wood- rich, Eleanor Wordelmann, Milton Workman, William Workman, Otis Worley. Row Eight: Nicholas Yonkman, Carolyn Za- bransky. Theodore Zajaczkowski, Vincent Ze- lazny, Marie Zeleznik, Virginia Zilske. l Row Nine: Henry Zimmerman, Jervis Zimmer- man, Robert Zoller, Mildred Zum Mallen, ' George Zurian. John Zysk. 5 Sophomore Class The sophomore class presented a party on December 6, having for its entertainment an amateur hour program. The class of '38 has entered fully into the spirit of Thornton. The various activities of the school, along with the scholarships and high standards of the students, 'build its rep- utation. By entering into the extra-curricular activities, the sophomore class has greatly benefited our school. In the years to follow may they continue to progress, and thus bet- ter themselves and their school! 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George Killmer, Frank Thompson, Beth Brookley, Jack Dill. Junior Class Apollo, as the junior student, shows up in his greatest brilliance during- this time of day. His successes are nianyg his hopes are high. Monday, October 7, was an eventful day for the junior class. Frank Thompson was chosen presidentg Beth Brooklcy, first vice- presidentg George Killmer, second vi:e-pres- identg Jack Dill, secretaryg and James With- gott, treasurer. The junior girls' traditional George VVash- ingrton breakfast, the junior-senior girls' an- nual tca, and the upper-elassman parties made the junior year a Quay and happy one. The next year the class of '37 Will 'have much to live up to. The many activities in the H'nal year will give each one something for which to look i'orWard. As the senior class-to-be may they add glory and honor to themselves and the school as those students of former years have done. l':iee Se-will v -four n Juniors in the Loyal Order ot' Thornton- ites for one grade period or more with all "A's" were: Ruth Bonnell, Beth Brookley, Elda Koehler, Gloria Myers, Lois Rogers, Mary Searle, Virginia Smith, Ann Thrower, and Anscll Winterbauer. Those with all "A's" and ibut one "B" were: Eleanor Bartsch, Beth Brookley, lrene Fischer, Helen Fletcher, Jane Hayes, Frances Jones, Ruth Kemnitz, Elda Koehler, Glenn Leach, Betty Lewis, Harriett Martin, Marie Mectch, Lawrence Myers, Robert Neal, Betty Phares, Le Nora Ross, Ruth Schweser, Mary Searle, Ellsworth Shaw, Ansel! Winterlxauer, and Betty XVoare. Juniors who received all "A's" for the enf tire iirst semester were: lluth Bonnell, Gloria Myers, and Ansell Winterbauer. Beth Brook- ley, Charles Hansen, Ruth Kemnitz, Glenn Leach, Harriett Martin, Lawrence Myers, Robert Neal, Lois Rogers, Mary Searle, Vir- ginia Smith, and Ann Thrower received all 'H-Vs" but one UB" for the first semester. THORNTONITE Row One! Lucille Abbott. Lotus Ahrens, Carnia Jane Albrecht. .lane Alexander, Graria AI- len. Ardalh Anders. Row Tno: Mildred Jane Andrews, Mathew Ax'- mond. Georgia Alton, Charles Bachman, Wal- ter Baker, Ben Balazs. Row Three: Paul Balducri, Frank Barahowski, Marion Bark, Eleanor Barts:-h, Jeannette Baeimr, Emma Bassler. Row Four: Margaret Beattie, Jesse Beauregard, Barbara lieeler, Edward Beckler, Victoria llejprroxvirz, Pearl Berker. Row Fiie: Eleanor Bertram, John Beuizel, Ade- line Bielfeldt, Charles Biggerstaff, Florence Blake, Frances Blatt. Row Six: Arline Blonquist, Helen Bloom, Nor- ma Blue. Ruth Bonnell, Gladys Bonnerna. Richard Boughton Row Seven! Laverne Brazel, Beth Brookley, Francis Brow, Evelyn Browne, Janice Bruhn, Lenora Burk. Row Eight: Shirley Burnett, Walter Burns Violet Busch, Elizabeih Calo, Clara Cantrell, Russell Caress. Row Nine: Ruth Caress. Marzaret Carey, Mary Carey, Beulah Carlson, Melvin Carlson, Marion Czwh. Row Ten: Lorraine Coach, George Conrey, Helen Cordrey, Vera Coxon, Evelyn Cranford, Frank Della-Rose. Row Eleven: Daniel Dennison, Alice De Young, Gerhard Ile Young, Johanna De Young, Georyre Dickinson, Ernest Dieck. Row Twelve: Jam-k Dill, Vllilliam Dorm-ans, George Doyle, Vincent Duck, Gladys Ed- wards, Mae Eisele. Page Seventy-five Page Seventy-six THORNTONITE Row One: Ruth Erffmeyer, Phillip Fay, Ann Ferguson, Wesley Ferris, George Fiprlo, Eve- lyn Fisher. Row Two: Irene Fisher, Shirley Ann Fisher, Emmet Fitzgerald, Robert Fits.gera.ld, Marion Flanap,-an, Alice Fleece. Row Three: Helen Fletcher, Louise Flynt, Mar. qaret Fortier, Thaddeus Fraczek, Dorothy Fredricksen, Marie Freese, Row Four: Edward Gallegos, Florence Garba- linski, Wanda Gavin, Dorothy Geserick, Rob- ert Gibbons, Marion Gibson. Row Five: Blanche Gillson. Delizia Giocondo, Steve Gladics, Fred Gold, Irene Gouwens, Bernard Graff. Row Six: Dorothy Graham, Morton Gross, Ann. Halum, Jean Hampton, Charles Hansen, Wil- liam Hardlannert. Ro-w Seven: Jane Hayes, Benjamin Henderson, Jennie Hill, Richard Hillger, Herman Hoek- stra, Eleanor Hutchinson. Row Eight: Ruth Illgen, Mildred Ingraham, Marfraret Jahrosky, Alice Jack, Clara Jack, James Jacobs. Row Nine: Lawrence Janotta, Marjorie Jansen, Ruth Mary Jansen, Arthur Johnson, Henry Johnson, Margaret Johnson. Row Ten: Olaf Johnson, Frances Jones, Jane Jones, Ray Jones, John Kaiser, Elsie Kass. Row Eleven: Yvonne Kavanaugh, Ruth Kem- nitz, Irene Kendall, John Kiel, George Kie- pura, La Verne Killham. Row Twelve: George Killmer, William King, Garrit Klein, Nora. Klimala, Evalyn Koblm- ky, Elda Koehler. THORNTONITE Row One: Fred Koehler, Leo Kosek, Henry Kraus, Roy Kramer, Anne Krekovlch, Alma Krueger. Row Two: Anne Kuesaik, Sophie Kutrybi, Stanley Kwasny, Patriria La Fond, Florence Lange, Elaine Lau. Row Three: Frederick Laurens. Glenn Leach. Maxine Lesson, Elizabeth Lewis, VVayne Lin- dahl, Franklin Litten. Row Four: Marguerite Lorenzen, Ruth Lyt'e, Carmela Mamrano. Milan Maodush, Mary Ma- rek, Edward Maritt. Row Five: Arline Marquess, Edith Martin, Har- riett Martin, Vivian Martin, Paul Matlocka, Jeanne Mrllratney. Row Six: James McEntee, Archie McLaughlan, Bernadine McMuckin, Carolyn Mead, Marie Meetrh, Donald Meredith. Row Seven: Nvalter Meyer, Wilma Meyer, Francis Mill'-r, William Milne, Maxine Mit- chell, Mary Molnar. Row Eight: Rosemary Montbriand, Mzirpraret Morrissey, Marian Moss, John Mueler, Lu Verne Muff, Donald Murray. Row Nine: Gloria Myers, Lawrence Myers, Role. ert Neal. Audrey Nelson, Catherine Norton, Marian Norton. Row Ten: Vtfilma Nystrom, Genevieve Oertle, Karl Oesimann, Grace Oft, Leola Utis. Row Eleven: Minnie Paarlherfr, Thaddeus Pach- olik, Anne Pakosz, Vimfinia Palmer, Burton Patrick, Mary Patterson. Row Twelve: Dorothy Puynter, Hazel Paynter, Harry Peetz, Harold Peisner, Albert Pence, Betty Phares. Page Seventy-seven Page Seventy-eight THORNTONITE Row One: Robert Pinzer. Oswald Plante, .Io- Seilh Plal'aS, Adele Polkow, Honore Polus, Beverly Porter. Rnw'Two: Andrew Poulos, Paul Powers, Harold Price. Lucille Price, Harriett Prickett, Her- schel Prill. Row Three: Alyce Prindiville, Harlan Reeder, Elaine Reinlein, William Reitz, Mary Jane Reynolds, Paul Richwalski, Row Four: Verna Roberts, Lois Rogers, Russell Rogers. Thomas Roirers, Le Nora Ross, Myrtle Rudloff. Row Five: Roberta Rudulph, Anthony Rmlzki, Wilma Saalman, Frank Saplis, Bernice Schmitt, John Schmidt. Row Six: Ruth Schweser, Mary Elizabeth Searle, Edward Seeley, Margaret Septowskl, Ellsworth Shaw, Alma Sheldrake. Rlow Seven: Clarence Shilling, Louis Shilling, Buelah Shipley, Eleanor Shobbrook, Mildred Shultz, Charles Siebert. Row Eight: Jean Siegman, Illa Simnick, Sophie Simons, Loma Smith, Virginia Smith, Elenorg Starkweather. Row Nine: Patina Stavron. Hilda Stelter, Frank Stepanczyk, Mildred Stubbs, Marian Stokes, Frank Szacik. Row Ten: Walter Talaga, Daniel Taylor, Con- stance Teelimr, Doris Jean Thompson, Frank Thompson, Raymond Thompson. Row Eleven: Ann Thmwer, William Turlay, 1-'rances Tysse, Rose Urbani, Esther Van Baren, Myrl Van Bergan. Row Twelve: Leona Van Der Aa, Stan'ey Van Deraa, Gertrude Van Der Giessen, Jeannette Van Dommelen. Clarence Van Kanetflm. Eu- gene Van Kanegan. ." A , 4.7 ., , ..--1.v.- , ,..a,g.-114, fl-.i-A , ., -- 4 fe Q-as .'-5' ,,,,N.lqzg-:'31-45:-wp-iff?-j ,tu-,ne M., vu a , F ' ' v i" f1: , , ,Q L i . Row One: Dorothy Van Osten, Mary Frances Vauirhan, Julia Verhoeven, John Vogler, Ida Wade, Norma Walker. Row Two: Norman Wa1'ns, Ruth Welch, La Vera Wernicke, Helen Wicherts, Charles Wil- liams, Ella Williams. Row Three: Louise Willis, Wilma Wilson, An- sell Winterbauer, Harry Wise, James With- gott, Betty Woare. Row Four: Phyllis Wright, Dorothy Young, Norma Zelen, Bernice Zesko, Wilbur Zindt, Anthony Zmuda. Sing A Song of Junior Days Oh, we jolly, jolly juniors Have a happy, happy time. We now are upperclassmen And we breathe an air sulblime. Early election frays ended with Frank Thompson as iclasls president and George Kill- mer as Boys cluib "first vice" . . . Paul Smith achieved the title role in "Big Hearted Her- bert" and three. other juniors made the cast . . . Catherine Norton and six others present- ed "Epitaft'y" at the Stand-Ufp . . . Frances Jones had charge of Loyalty Day . . . Ade- line Bielfeldt sold hot pwps at the games so well that she, got apfpointed crew manager for next year . . . Led by Georgie Atton, some of us sold Christmas cards for charity. We boys and Dr. Poulter handed our dads a grand ti-me at our annual stag . . . We girls entertained our mothers at tea . . . French club ofiicers were three--fifths juniors . . . Hi-Y's combined . . . Juniors predominated in lightweight ibaskeiiball . . . Vergil clueb oiii- cers were all juniors . . . Bernard La Pointe again won third in chess . . . James With- gott, Norma Blue, Virginia Smith, and Charles Hansen wrote extra well in our many essay contests, fbut the rest of us did some tall competing. Oh, AREN"T our new RINGS BEAUTI- FUL? . . . Aibout eighty of us got our first literary efforts in print . . . Eleanor Hutch- inson lost her amateur standing as a short story writer . . . Eleanor Bartsch, Steve Gladics, Arthur Johnson, George Dickinson, and Jack Dill won various honors in music for us and the school . . . Albout forty of us got our service award 'pins . . . Did we strut in our new band uniforms! . . . Flutter over the May Queen election-winners were Beth Brookley, Betty Lewis, Ruth Bonnell, Shir- ley Fisher, Frances Jones, Harriett Martin, Catherine Norton, Virginia Palmer, Lois Rog- ers, and Ann Thrower . . . Ten of us got to go to the Girls -conference . . . We forsook our newly boasted dignity for nursery rhymes as -La Verne Killham and other junior girls managed the mother-daughter banquet . . Our first prom. Oh, the junior ye,ar's a carefree year. The seniors tell us so. And we'll remember this glad year Wherever we may go. Page Seventy-n ine THORNTONITE David Phelan. Charles Heeman, XVilliam Propper, Pauline Taylor, Harold Turnpren. Senior Class The sun sets slowly in the west as Apollo completes liis glorious journey across the heavens, arrayingz them in a glorious robe of brilliant colors fading into soft shades of blue, yellow, red, and gold. William Proplper was chosen by the senior class as their president. David Phelan was elected Iiiwst vice-president, Charles Beeman, second vice-presidentg Pauline Taylor, sec- retary, and Harold Turnfzren, treasurer. Mr. J. F. Zimmerman was the class principal. Many are the honors that may be attained by seniors. The students' four-year course, if properly followed up, may lead to the Na- tional Honor Society or the Thornton Honor Roll. Upon the dawn of a new day may each graduate continue along the road to ,frreater successes with the same cheerful and thought- ful attitude he has shown during his four years of high school. Students who get all HA's" or all "A's" but one "B" for at least one grade period were listed in the newspaper under the Loyal Order of Thorntcnites. Those with all "A's" were: Dorothy Britton, Juanita Crain, Blanche Page Eighty Doheny, Regina Flaherty, Aimee Haines, Van Deursen Harms, Myra Hayes, Bernice Hood, June Iverson, Anne Kerr, Lydia Kupchiek, Albert Lindell, Lois Mitchell, David Rinkema, Marilyn Saggars, Pauline Taylor, George Tesar, Jane Ann Treen, Marian Tilstra, and Marie Van Der Aa. Seniors with all "A's" and one HB" were: Charles Beeman, Sigurd Bergstrom, Theodore Borowski. Dorothy Britton, Alex Carroll, Juanita Crain, Violet Diekman, :Regina Flah- erty, Evelyn Flanagan, Eugene Foster, Van Deursen Harms, Elaine Hillard, June Iverson, Julia Kreutzburg, Dorothy Krouse, Lydia Kupchick, Albert Lindell, Hazel Manzlelko, Lois Mitchell, Margaret Newell, Joan Olthoff, David Phelan, June Russell, Marilyn Saegars, Alice Scully, Robert Tiedemann, Marie Van Der Aa, Robert Zilligen, and Helen Zornow. Dorothy Britton, Blanche Doheny, Myra Hayes, and Aimee Haines were on the Loyal Order for all the Hrst semester with all 'iA's". Students who received all "A's" but one "B" ior the entire semester were: Juanita Crain, Regina Flaherty, June Iverson, George Tesar, and Jane Ann Treen. Y- : ' f,'f1f3?9' 1?-4' l . -'n1.'iix 'r:,a-2,1 - . ',v.-ff' --1. .' . -:.f '--19' .I U, -J F, 1 --4...-2' -fN,,f',4 'AV N 'N ln? 1 R W' .. 4. an .-- ,, - i eg?-51 . , , -' ., , . DONALD AHRENS- Matteson high school 1-2. ROBERT P. ANDERSON- Hi-Y 3. JAMES W. ASHMORE- Football 1. MARION F. ATKINSON-- MILAN BAKER- Freshman Adviser 4: Usher 4: Hi-Y 1-2-3-4: Band 1-2-3-4: Boys Glee club 3-45 El Club 1-2. CHALMA U. BARNES- Hammomi high school 1: Letter- mens club 2-3-4: Football 2-3-4: Track 2-3. A 4 - .- I , e 1 ' 93 RAY BARNHISEL- Hi-Y 1. HELEN B. BATORSKI- G.A.A. 2-3-4: Home Economics club 4g Stump club 2-3--1: Lati- ni 1. WILLIAM L. BAXTER- - Hall Guard 4: Band I: Swim- ming' 3: Die Deutsche Ecke 3-4: Le Cercle Francais 13 "Captain Applejackn 4. BERNARD BECKER - Harper Junior hiizh school 1: Hi- Y 43 Hall Guard 4: Die Deutsche Ecke 2-33 high school in three and one-half years. CHARLES BEEMAN - Class President 3, Vice-pre-fdent 2-43 Boys club second Viceqwesi- dent 4, Board 31 Usher 3: nall Guard 3: Stag Committee 3-4: Band 1-2-3-43 Die Deutsche Hake 45 Le Cerele Franfais 1-2. HAROLD T. BELMORE - Track 3. Page Eiyrthy-one KATHLEEN BENNETT! East St. Louis high School 1 : Girl, Glee club 2-3-4. SIGURD BERGSTROM- Freshman Adviser 4: Hi-Y 3-4: Hall Guard 3-4: El Club 1-2-3-4: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4. AGNES JANE BERKHOLZ- Morgan Park high school 1-2-3. VVILLIAM BERRY- Chess and Checker club 4: Hi-Y 2-4, Treasurer 4. EVELYN KATHRYN BESEMANA Lincoln Avenue high school 1: Lutini 3. EMILY M. BIELAWSKI W-- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Home Economics -club 1-2: Camera club 4: Lntini 1-2. IHISTE Eigzlityetwo .- vs. .,.7..- I 5-rf':'fggf2fr'.-.+--- - :. .4Ee ' L, CHARMAIN BLUE- Girls club Council 3, Division Chairman 2: Home Economics club 1: Latini 1-2: El Club 3-42 Athedelphi 1-2: "Big Hearted Herbert" 4. ZELDA BOCK4 Lincoln Avenue high school I-2: G.A.A. 3: S.S.S.C. 4: Die Deut- sche Ecke 2-3-4. LUCILLE BOERST- E1 Club 3-4. GLADYS BONNEMA- THEODORE F. BOROWSKI- Usher 3: Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard Cl. JOANNE G. BOTTEMA4 Girls club Division Chairman 2: Girls Glee club 1-2-3-4: Home Economics club 1: S.S.S.C. 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. 'Q .r-"T: I , JOHN L. BOTTEMA- Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 3-4. VVARREN LESLIE BOUGHTON- Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2. DOROTHY MAE BOWMAN- NORMAN E. BRAMSTEDT - Safety Council 2. DOROTHY BRITTON- - C l a S s Treasurer 1 : Girls club Board of Control 1: Orchestra 2-3-4: Girls Glee club 4: General Science club 1: Le Cevcle Fran- cais 1-2-3, Vice-president 2 1 Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4, secretary-treasurer 4. MARIBETH BROOKS -- Home Economics club 4: Latini 3-4. WW... Ms. COBA BROUWERS- P AUL BRUDJAR- Rochelle histh school 1 5 Chess and Checker club 3-4: Orchestra l- 2-3: Swimming 2: Le Cercle Francais 3: Yearbook 4. LA VERNE BRUGGEMAN - General Science club 1, Presi- dent 1. NORMA BRUGGEMAN- Girls club Junior Ferxice Award 2: G.A.A. 3-4: Swimming Pag- eant 3: Home Economics club 1: El. Club 3-4: Le Cerc'e Fran- cais 2. WALTER M. BUBEN- - Chess and Checker club 2: Har- monica club 1: Aero club 2-4, President 4: El Club 35 Thorn- tnnite 43 Yearbook 3-4. DONALD W. BUCHOLZ- - Hi-Y 2-3, Treasurer 3: Hall Guard 3: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Lati- ni 1-2: Die Deutsche Er-ke 3. Page Eighty-three -gy. , .. ' ' BE-P--S-f - . f I.- --s5Z?f:-5Si'4ui-35' fra-.1---. ' .,e-.-'asL-:- "--1--.ff-'f----,l' -1:91-1.--:.-e.,.' ix n. ' W BOYD BULTMAN-- MARY BURKE- Girls club Vice-president 3, Junior Service Award 3, Division Chair- man 3, May Queen 3, Chairman of Freshman Stand-Up 4: G.A.A. 2-3-4, Board 4: Camera. club 4: General Science club 2, Vice- president 2 : E1 Club 2-3-4 : Thorn- tonite 4: Yearbook 4: high school in three and one-fourth years: Quill and Scroll 4. ALICE BURNETT- G.A.A. 2-3: El Club 1. SIDNEY CAREY- Band 1-2-3-4. CHESTER CARR- Swimming 3: General Science club 1. ALEX CARROLL- Chess and Checker club 3-4: Or- chestra 4: General Science club 1 : Latini 1-2-3 3 Debating' Team 3. l 9 3 6 Page Eighty-f our - - -. . - . ga- .-.. 1.2 .---fr' - M..,,,.l,,,-,L ,...,,. ,.,:,,,. . 4' k. -' -- . 1--Y . , --1 J.. . Cs:".a-cgv':f GEORGE CHRISTIE- MIRIAM I. CLARK- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 2, Council 1, Division Chairman 3-4: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Archery club 4: Home Economics club 1: Safety Coun- cil 4: Latini 1-2: "Captain Ap- pIejack" 4. REBECCA MINNIE COHEN- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Council 2, Division Chairman 1-4: Home Economics club 1-27 Latini 1-2: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Arch- ery club 4: Property Chairman "Big Hearted Herbert" 4. JAMES E. COLEMAN- Harper high school 1-2-3: Hall Guard 4. ROGER CONANT- Hi-Y 2-4: Track 3. FRED COOK- Lincoln Avenue high school 1. 4.1 Q,-,,h. " . - ,.-'v.i'l'fSf5f5i'Yi'?5 ffifffghw --L.e.5 -4' , ,' .-"' - Tiki: Qii. , . - 'Y' A I l, , . ,, M 11.1.19 Jiir.. Q M,,.gLQwL,,x, .-, ,Xi ,L 4- V , ' 1. g, -I Lg?.u.4,'-'- fM,,3,,-.--. er . f . , -7 '--l"f.:'S'f A ffff 2... 3 "rf" ' - '- ' - -' W in ' 'ad 1. l-, , ' G ' X -1- f' -4 , " ,r -4 1, T'-L.?Wr-z', , f " '- 1 T ' A ' : , --P - .- JOAN COPELAND- Girls club Junior Service Award 3. Board of Control 2, Council 3. Division Chairman 4: Orches- tra 3-4: Girls Glee club 2-3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Latini 1: Die Deutsche Ecke 2-3: Athe- delphi 1-2: Debating Team 3-4: "Captain Applejackn 4. CHARLES B. CORY- Hyde Park hiyzh school 1: Apple- by high school 2: Boys Glee club 4: Safety Council 3: Stamp club 3-4: S.S.S.C. 3-4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 3: Thorntonite 3: Yearbook 3-4: Athedelphi 3: Debating Team 2. BETTY COTTINGHAM- Girls club President 4, Junior Service Award 3, Board of Con- trol 4, Division Chairman 2: Stand-Up Queen 4: Orchestra 2- 3-4: Home Economics club 1-3: Safety Council 2: Latini 2-3. KATHLEEN COWING- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Division Chairman 2: Girls Glee club 2-3-4: Home Economies 1: G.A.A. 3-4: Latini 1-2. OLIVER COX- ALBERTA CRAIG- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Vice-president 3, President 4: Home Economics club 1. Secretary 1: Safety Coun- cil 3: Le Cercle Francais 1. JUANITA CRAIN- H u r s t - Bush Commercial hixzh school 1-2 : Girls Glee club 3 4 Safety Council 4 : Latini 32 L9 Cercle Francais 3: Yearbook 3 SAM CUNDARY- Hall Guard 4. FLOYD CUNNINGHAM - NOEL S. DAHNCKEV- Hi-Y 2: Aero club 4. JAMES DALENBERG- - Chess and Checker cluh 3: Hi Y 4: Hall Guard 3-4: Stair Commit tee 4: Le Cercle Francais 1-2. ERNEST W. DAVIDSON- Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 3-4: Boy! Glee club 3-4: Latini 3. Page Eighty-Five ' V JCR in-wa "4-HVQXA' jf if-rvg,.,-., Q ' --.1-5 .'j,'5-,':.ZLL:-?.:1f:-:'A-N -Q 1 inn-V .5 4: ' 'ge 1. ,',.., .. - -fl-In 5-5-iii.. :' ,f "'.1.fI2" '-.'g.,, '-but-C '-fix, 'J ' . 1 - - H 1-we , .. e . wge-411:-g-fa - 1 "ffes:,c:,xkf-.-is-ge V ..,v, - 4 .,4,- Mu i.. U, A 3 in, ,g....,.-M. ' .waht . 'k r w. c.,-. JAMES DAVIS- Hi-Y 2-4: Hall Guard 33 El Club 1-2-3, Vice-president 3: Thorn- tonile 4. EARL L. DELANOM Freshman Adviser 4: Hi-Y 1-2-3- 4, Secretary 2. President 4: Hall Guard 3-43 Stag Committee 4: Orchestra 2-3-43 Safety Council 2-3-4. Chairman 4: Aero club 45 Camera club 4: Stamp club 1-2: El Club 1-2-3-4. JOHN DE YOUNG-- Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 4. DONALD DICKINSON-- Boys club Board 2: Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 43 Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Latini 33 "Captain Applejackn 4. DOROTHY DIEKELMAN- Die Deutsche Ecke 'Z-3. ERWIN' DIEKELMAN- - Page Eighty-six 55353355 If Q 321 N' K. wi K 52 1 M 3 W1 as a gg? 2 L wikir gf- I if My . , 1 2 fl -H5-9 f 1 , ,fe ii: 6' .572 , A " A " ' 5+-gzcemp VIOLET MAE DIEKMANN-- G.A.A. 3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Latini 2-3: Die Deutsche Ecke 4: Le Cercle Francais 3-4. GERTRUDE DOBISH- BLANCHE DOHENY- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 4, Council 3, Division Chairman 2: Band 1- 2-3-4: G.A.A. 2-3-4, Board 4: Latini 1: Le Cercle Francais 2-3- 4, President 4, Vice-president 3. DAVID M. DONALDSON--- Hi-Y 1-2-3: Harmonica club 1-2: El Club 1-2: Usher 3: Basketball 1-2-3-4, State Runners-up 2-3: Lettermens club 2-3-4. ROBERT DROLET- Usher 43 Aero club 4. VIOLET ELOISE DUPYW- P 0 n t i a c, Michigan, Township high school l. ,yg--:fig-,T4,1."iw'fSf'9"T 4 '. ' V. - . , .--V , ,-- -. ,-- -3--.j,n95..., ., ,,. - , aw 19-4-r -, f -4- .- ..H..-. -f f - -- 4 ., ......- 4.-fx-H . -' , - V. .- X , "' l. Zi-,jf-.-41 .V jk, 'xggr -1,-4' 4 . --A -"-" P 4' 1 Q: ""' -,..-n. .n ""' U f .5 .f -.-,,' ---q-.?zgg,-,:- , ' ' Vey.-5,,. . ..f,. . "' ' - MELVIN' EDWARDS- Proviso high school 1: Hi-Y 4: Boys Glee club 3-4: Track 3: Safety Council 3 Vice- r ' n , p eslde t 3: Aero club 4: Latini 2-3: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4. EDNA ELIAS-- HAZEL ERICKSON-A Thorntonite 33 Yearbook 3-4: Girls Glee club 4. MARIE ERTL- - G.A.A. 2-3-4: Home Economics 1. JOSEPH FACCIANO - Lead hiixh school 1-2: Basketball 2-3: Track 3: General Science club 1: El Club 3: Oratorical Honors 1. JOSEPH FALICA- Us her 1-2-3-4: Hi-Y 1-2: Hall Guard 3-4: Letternzens club 3-4, Sergeant-At-Arms 4: Football 1-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4, State Runners-up 2-3: Golf 2-3-4. x A an H as-,-T if , ' 4 if if X X 4 Hi 'H 4. W-aww .e.z,m. . .- ENID M. FANCHERN Home Economics club I. ROBERT FISCHER-- Lettermens club l-2-T3--1: Football 4: Swimming 1-2-3-1: Track 2-32- 4: Die Deutsche Ecke l-2-3. REGINA I-'LAHERTY-- Girls club Treasurer 4, Junior Service Award 3, Board of Con- trol 4, Council 3, Division Chair- man 2: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Archery club 3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Home Economics club 1, Treas- urer 1: Latini 1-2-3: Le Cercle Francais 4. EVELYN N. FLANAGAN-- Class Secretary 13 Girle club Di- vision Chairman 43 Girls Glee club 1-2-3-4: Die Deutsche Ecko 1-2-3 3 Yearbook 4. VERA FLYNN - FI Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 2, Council!- 4, Division Chairman 1: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4. UGENE FORTIER - Hall Guard 4: llarmon'ca cub 2- 3-4: Archery club 3-fig Safety Council 1: Aero club 4: Camexa club 4. Page Eighty-seven fir EUGENE FOSTER- Usher 43 Hall Guard 43 Orches- tra. 13 Latini 1-2-3. ALLAN FOWLER- Hi-Y 13 Orchestra 1: lfand 1-2- 3-4 3 Lettermens c 1 u b 2-3-43 Swimming: 2-3-4 3 T 1' 21 c k 2-3 3 Archery club 3-4: Le Cercle Fran- Zais 2-3Q "Big: Hearted Herbert" FLORENCE FRADGLEY - Orchestra 1-2-3-4 3 H 0 m e Eco- nomics club 1-4: Latini 1-2-3 2 Girls club Marshal 4. ROBERT D. FRANKS - Freshman Adviser 43 Stag Com- mittee 43 Chess and Checker club 3-43 Aero club 1-43 Die Deutsche Ecke 2-33 Thorntonite 4: Year. hook Go-editor 43 Q u i ll a n d Scroll 4. MATHILDA A. FRANSEN - Thornton Fractional high school 1 'J ROSEMARY FREESE- Home Economics club 1: Latini 1-2-3. Page Eighty-eight f , A - t g- .31,3'3' ' .. . , Q. .5:.i,f, ,. . ,,. fs 'Nuff f 7.57555 Em' 1 .9 1 QI.. .. ua l.?y,. - TL -'+'5'fi,.z.,giQ4.- W . s a 'Q . - . . ,.. 55 I 'I' - s ' f V 4 I -1,-'-1f:.,f A , . q134v"a-fs4q5f"v--'-- N' , 1 Jn .4 ff'-fi'-ff:-igg.r.l.,,.. , - u. N, 1 " 'QT A' ' ,. . .,4.,: .-,V ,I ,g,,.J51..' . '.,-5,,,gA::f .:Q,4-4' -V .512 ' :- . . - . W .,.zCq5ff1:qyvI ROY FREESE- Lettermens club 3-41 Basketball 2-33 Latini 43 Die Deutsche Eclce 1-2. JAM ES FRUNDLE- RUTH M. GAILEY- G.A.A. 1: El Club 2. ADELINE M. GALITZ- - Matteson high s c h o 0 l 1-23 El Club 3. CHARLOTTE ANN GALLEGOS- G.A.A. 3-4: Swimming Pazeant 3: Home Economics club 3-4: El Club 1-23 Girls club Marshal 4. PAULINE GARRISON-- G.A.A. lj Latini 4. -4' 1. :Vi f1."', tr 'S-49" ..-,. . - 'go 1-4-' 'Lim' ..,."A. Q." X -' 1'-j2.,A A .- -:--Liv vw 1'-" X . 2 .':',. - .xv " 1.-'11 L1.-ru' ' .1 . - v . ,...f 15,4-.Hr-o.,A ' A I-1,55 N, .. 1 . v:,f,-,.,A.l,vR- - .R Q . ,., , .Q X ...Q-N. , ..,.. y ,-,4. ,.,1,,7' l.. sr, 5,07 l Am, .... -lf . - V,, - . I GEORGE G. GEORGE- Hi-Y 1-2: Stamp club 1-43 EI Club 2. JOHN G. GIBSON-- IIi-Y 4. VIVIAN ESTH ER GILBERT- Girls Glee club 1-23 Le Cercle Francais 2. I. C. GILLIAM-- ALICE GORDON- G.A.A. 2-3: Home Economics club 13 Lutini 1. ERVIN GRAU- Matteson high school 1-2-3. i f 1. 515 431 '.E, if on ALPHONSE FRANK GUACCIO- Freshman Adviser 4: Hi-Y 1-2-3- 4: Harmonira club 1-2-3-4: Stag Committee 1: General Science club 1. MILFRED CHARLES HADDON- Hall Guard 4. ROBERT HAGERMAN- Track 1-33 Archery club 3: Aero club 4. VIRGINIA HELEN HAGINSA Blue Island high school 1-2. AIMEE MARIE I-IAINES - Girls club Speaker of Council 4. Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 2, Council 4, Division Chairman 1: G.A.A. 2-3-4, Board 35 Swimmins: Pasreant 3: Home Economics club 1: Latini 1-2-3: "Big Hearted Herbert" 4: Thorn- tonite 4: Yearbook Co-editor 41 Owl club 3-4: Quill and Scroll 4. HELEN M. HAMMERMEISTERV- Girls club Junior Service Award 3. Board of Control 3, Marshal 4: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Secretary-Treason er 23 Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2. Page Eighty nine JAMES R. HAMMERS- Usher 4: Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 43 General Science club 1: Le Cercle Francais 1-2. HELEN HARDMAN-- Matteson high school 1-2: El Club 2-3. VAN DEURSEN HARMS-- C a m e r a club 4 3 Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3. MARY HARROP-- Home Economics club 1-2: Lati- ni 1-2. MYRA HAYES- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Speaker of Division Chairman 4, Council 1, Division Chairman 3-4: Orchestra 1-2-3: G.A.A. 1- 2-3-4, Board 3-4: Swimming Pug- eant 3: Safety Council 1-23 Gen- eral Science club 1, Secrelary 13 Latini 1-2-3: Athedelphi 15 Owl club 3-4: Co-manager "Captain Applejackn 4. MABRA HELEN HEBERT- Home Economics -club 1: Stamp club 2: El Club 4. l936 .G :hw . QMS?-4 3 -M... - .5 .3 Page Ninety i , ..,,,.. , W -fc . ..... l9f5i "i A '. sm -':- , 'U,'?f-.- ,f71,g..e,,,s - YAQSSQ, V - i -' q.'Zl:j1:L-'., V- -- "'55v?4ii2':?-?':!fGL:f?2i"-fb- -L 1 .1 .gp--1 : -z. A : E ml.. HENRY HEFFNER-- ELLEN GLADYS HEFFREN- G.A.A. 2-3: Home Economics club 2 3 Stamp club 1-2 : Latini 2-3 3 Le Cercle Francais 1-3. MERLE O. HEIMLICH- ELSIE CAROLYN HELGERSEN- Home Economics club 1. KENNETH C. HELLMANN-- Boys club Board of Directors 2: Usher 3: Stag Committee 15 Boys Glee club 3-4: Le Cercle Francais 1-25 Lettermens club 1-2-3-43 Football 1-2-3-4: Basketleall 1-2- 3-4, State Champions 1, Runners- up 2-3: Track 1-2-3-43 Archery club 3-4. NVILB ERT HELLMAN-- Hall Guard 3: Lettermens club 4: Football 2-3-4: General Sci- ence club 1. A ps . ,t ix . , ,.e+:,...,-, ,Y-72" ,,,,V -:J...,1.,,,.F rl, 'f'f'V,v-1:--f,. 5 . h .x .. -- GEORGE HILL- ELAINE JUNE HILLARD- Girls club Junior Service Award 3. Council 3, Division Chairman 4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: G.A.A. 3- 4: Archery club 3-4, Treasurer 4: Le Cercle Francais 2-3. EVELYN HILLYER- Home Economics club 1: General Science club 1: El Club 2-3-4. HAROLD HI.N'1'ON- Hi-Y 2: Stag Committee 3: El Club 1. HENRIETTA F. HOCK- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Council 1-4, Division Chairman 3: Girls Glce club 2-3-45 Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2. ANDREW HOEKSTRAW- Harmonica club 2: Orchestra 1-2- 3-4. 5 ff , ' Q 2 " K- P S' Ja m f iii . r 1:4 lv P 1 4? R 3 S gig fu vi 4:31 -V Q V . r ' if f.--L:i",, 1 ' , N' W V ::wf'ff:-fr.-f,- , l93ca HERMAN C. HOEKSTRA- RICHARD A. HOLSTLAW- Hyde Park high school lg Bas- ketball 3: Le Cercle Francais 2-3. BERNICE HOOD- G.A.A. 1-2: Le Cercle Francais 1-2-3: Thom-ntonite 4: Yearbook 4g Quill and Scroll 4. STEWART HOPMAN-- Basketball 3-4: G ol f 3: D i e Deut:-che Ecke 2-3. ROGER J. HOWELL- Band 1-2-3: Le Cer-cle Francais 1, BENJAMIN HUGHES- Hall Guard 4: El Club 2-3. Page Ninety-one iw-S .2 .. -.- A. .ggi - - - a.,,,3,,,,,..g:.,.-. ' fa,-XL-. -. - s,-.--N'-, .. 'k'fEg5g,,,gLir V ,, , . -1-.-2 4- num . , -'fhrgg-.Le . ' , ' 'ik . sv: - -'U -. .- ' -' ' wr , 'I 1"xr:f.-mf-,, Q V 'K-.:,4.fff--Envy , . .. 'W' Amp? ' ' ' -N.. guyz 3 V 0: . -- A 1 . . . .- :-.AAQ , 1 2- , glut. e we wr 6 X . -A X I ALBERTA LOIS ILLGEN4 Monee high school 1-2: Latini 3: Girls Glee club 1-2. JUNE IVERSON- Orchestra 2-3-4. MARY JABROSKY4 Girls club Division Chairman lg Girls Glee club 2-3-4: G.A.A. 3- 4: Archery club 3-4, Vice-presi- dent 4: Latini 3. ANDREW JACKOWIC- Chess and Checker club 43 Hall Guard 4. LEONA JACOBSEN- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Council 4, Division Chairman 3: Orchestra 3-4: El Club 1-2-3. ALOYSIUS JANKOWSKI- Hall Guard 3: Stamp club 2-3-45 Die Deutsche Ecke 2. Page Ninety-two - -.ff ,.,,,: 1. 5.4.-I -55 1- 1 v- l , ,, , ,Q - ,gg X' 56... , wi, -,N , - . .- -, .-.-I . . .Qi --- .-vp, -K W. . so. 4. -. ANNIE JAY- Girls club Junior Service Award 3. MAY JAY- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4. ALVIE MAE JOHNSON-- Girls Glee club 3-4: Home Eco- nomics club 1-4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 1-2-3: Yearbook 4. ROBERT W. JOHNSON- Hi-Y 1-2: Hall Guard 3-43 Har- monica club 2-3: Aero club 3: El Club 2. ANNA MARIE JONES- Home Economics club 1-4: Le Cercle Francais 2. FREDERICK M. JURATE-- Die Deutsche Ecke 2-3. - 4 " 2 '9::A1.-1.-'1 -' 5 9' ' --f .- "f" -u , . - - . . , -3' 5 4. . , - -'g , . 'if vs- .,, :."" N.--1 -'1Z".:.fFf '-"rm . V -.,-.- Y 1: -v""' ""r.A7" , 1-L-" . f 1 xi".-24' ' ' - A ru vw -A .n A .X f .-fi'-f sf--.T " - - " " dn r - 4' ' " V I 5' BERNARD JURKIEWVICZW El Club 2. ANNE KALATA- Camera club 4. THEODORE M. KALINOWSKI- Hull Guard 3: General Science club lt El Club 3. VIOLA KAMPE- Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2- . CHARLES A. J. KARA-- Stamp club 1. ANNE H. KERR- Class President 1: Girls cluh Jun- ior Service Award 3, Bonrd of Control 2, Council 4, Division Qliairman 3: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Le Cercle Francais 1-2-3, President 3: Ath- edelphi 1-2-3, Business Manager 1: Owl 1-lub 3-4. 3 w i . : . V ' 'ele 6 ROSEMARY KILLMER- Blue Island high school 1-2. GEORGE KOCH-- Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 4: Track 3: Archery club 3: Safety Council 3: Aern club 2-4: Die Deutsche Eckc 3: Thnrntmite 4: Year- book 4. CLARA KOEHLER - Die Deuts-che Ecko 2-1!-4. FLORENCE KOEHN - Orchestra. 2-3-4: Latini 2-3. JUNE KOHLSi Home Economics r-lub 1: Iatini 1-2-3-4. ANN KOLODZIEJ - Camera club 4. Page Ninety-three - .K g1fQgi.,4fT --5 ,, , -.-:Q L-, fnwure 111 '-Tar'-J ' ' " v r ""'. ' p il. A " '- 'fcagegfggibee P- - fa- .,: U.. -ly.--55"-1w -Q - - -. 44.-g-ns, ' 4 '10, . ..,3-ash' 1-. l V 3 1 x. qi A- O ' Q 'Q EJ.: 5 .TI r ..U . . e ' -I, ' - ., irumfffi' ' nwybg...---'-l,' - .-, - 'j ,Que-farg--, ' I f 5 , - L -22,2 -af A . 'A' 'f'.iLs.1-2-if-f-M 'fwf-,ve: . -e,,.'f.. .-.f-- sq w ' " ' ' . . - x Q r J ,X lc -.hy 'Q A , ,-v ii JOHN KONE - RAYMOND KOONS4 Kelly high school 1-2-3. GERTRUDE KOSTER- G.A.A. 1: Camera club 43 Gen- eral Science club 1: Le Cercle Francais I. J ULIA KREUTZBURG- Orchestra. 1-2-3: G.A.A. 3-4g El Club 3. DOROTHY SYBIL KROUSEi Girls club Council 2, Division Chairman 1: Band 1-23 Girls Glee club 3-4: G.A.A. 4: Swim- ming Pzuzeunt 4: Home Econom- ics club 1: Die Deutsche Ecke 1- 2-33 May Queen Attendant 3. VIRGINIA KRUEGER- General Scieu-ce club I. Page Ninety-four V 1 4 R ' fl jz. 5 ' f in "W "" 'dr . H' i ' - ' ,K N. Rfb' ":'f-ti e-' .. ., . - - W - ' -a v' - ... EVELYN E. KRUGLERA Peace Junior high school 1: Kelly hi-gh school 2: Die Deutsche Ecke 4. LYDIA KUPCHICKA G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Board 3-45 Home Economics club 4 3 Le C e r c Ie Francais 2. LE ROY KUTSCHER4 Hi-Y 2-3: Football 43 Swimming 3: Track 1-2-3-4: Aero club 4: Die Deutsche Ecke 2. ALBIN L. LABNO- EARL LADEWIGA Hall Guard 3: Iii-Y 4: General Science club 13 Latini 4. JOSEPH LAFOND- Golf 3-4: Le Cercle Francais 2. , .Lew ive,-gli-. . 5925- '- 53' , .mc-4:-:':'.--:vF'i'1'f:T"'-lf" ,zo JOHN' JAMES LANDOWSKI- Lettermens club 1-2-3-4: Track 1-2-3-4: El Club 3-4. LILLIAN FRANCES LANGE- JAMES F. LA POINTE-- Freshman Adviser 4: Hall Guard 3: Orcliestru 2-3-4: Band 1-2-3-43 Boys Glee club 4. CARL LEDELL-- Blind l-2-3: General Science club 1: Die Deutsche Ecke 1-3. EDWARD LEHMAN3- Hi-Y 1: Hall Guard 1: Die Deut- sche Ecke 2. CHESTER LENOVER --- Usher 4: Hall Guard 4: Har- monica club 4. ,- -. A-. : - - .,,:g'-,LQ All . ,,...,, , . 195:2- . 4 4-- NEWTON C. LE VEE A John Marfhall high sehool l-2: Orchestra 4: Boys Glee club 4. ALBERT LINDELL-- El Club Z!-3. FRED LINDSAY- Hall Guard 4: Band 1-2-3: l.et- termens club 3-4: Football 2-3-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4: Track 3-4. DOROTHY LOISEAU-- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control Il, Council 2-4: Home Economics club 1: Le Cercle Francais 1-2-3: Thornton- ite 4: Yearbook 4: Co-manager "Big Hearted Herbert" 4: Quill and Scroll 4. JACK LOVV- Orchestra 2-3--1: Band l-2-3-42 Boys Glee rlub 4. ELEANOR LUSTFELDT - M a t t e s 0 xi high school 1-2-3: Thorntonite 4 C Yenrlxonk -1. Fare Ninety-five 'E 'I' A ' .-gf.".A.v' ,fuifg , Au - N 1 11' ag. 41-.uk- ff? r-Dig"-Tf?'f.Tfpfe'i'r:'--A . A all .v ,Vs K: M , N Q., t N ,. ,, xx I ...ti K ,, A 1 v 4 x ,F-.r . a..: :i1...Qi -.,: ' -H 1 . I 3 ,4 in ,-7. I ANGELINE MACALUSO- Home Economics club 2. HAZEL MANDELKO- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Camera club 4: S.S.S.C. 4 5 El Club 1-2 : Die Deutsche Ecke 3. 1DA MARANTO- ' " , Huntington Park fCalifcrniz0 .fu -. ,5 high school 1-2: S.S.S.C. 3-4. . 'H Q' it N . , 11 . PEARL MARANTO- :se i JOHN R. McBRATNEY--- 0 rc h estra 1-2-3: Band 1-2-35 Track 2. DELLA M. MCGATHEY- AGNES MARIE MCGEE-4 G.A.A. 1-2. EUGENE MCGOVERN- Hi-Y 4: Band 3-4: Archery club 45 El Club 2-35 Yearbook 4. LEROY MARKS-- Usher 4: Hi-Y 2-43 Hall Guard 4: Swimming 1: Camera club 41 El Club 3. HENRY MQKENZIE- DOROTHY M. MAXWELL-- Girls Glee 'club 3-4: G.A.A. 3-4: Class Vice-president 3: Hi-Y 2: Lettermens club 1-2-3-45 Foot- ball 1-2: Basketball 1: Swimming 2-3-4: Track 1-23 Archery club ' 3-45 El Club 1. Die Deutsche Ecke 2-3. JEAN S. McLAUGHLAN-- 1 . A Q. . ' fi f :W . V , X Q- i ---eg 1. nr . ,L L . K 4 ,I ,, W...- V V 1 W- A , . 1 ,A X 3 A 5 'w .. f - 3,-.., New H36 "1" Page Ninety-six Safety Council 4: Latini 1-2-3. V I 'W' K r . ,, gzfl' -if-" ' I -Aw. .. D: . -. .w , ' ',",. ?v - A - ,Q-if 1-. '- .. x 11 1 'wax 1 S- ' 're ,, .. .. ,, H n . " hr - Tx! fl A ELMER MEINHEIT- Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3. HERBERT MEINHEIT- Hall Guard 3: Stamp club 2-3-4, Vice-president 3. President 42 Thorntonite 43 Yearbook 45 Quill and Scroll 4. HATTI E MICHALSKI- G.A.A. 1-2: I-I ome Economics club 1: El Club 1. LOIS MITCHELL-- Class Secretary 25 Girls club Board of Control 13 Home Eco- nomics club 1: Latini 1-2-35 "Captain AppIejack" 4. HELEN KATHERINE MOLNAR- G.A.A. I-2-3-4: Swimming Pag- eant 3: Home Economics club 1: El Club 2-3. LOUIS MOORE- JANE MORRETT- Home Economics club 1. MINNIE MULDER- I5-Iome Economics club 1: EI Club KENNETH A. NELSON- Hi-Y 1-2: Boys Glee club 2-3-43 Basketball 2-3: Swimming 1: glelnseral Science club 1-2: El Club MARION A. NELSON- Home Economics club 1. MARJORIE J. NELSON- Orchestra 2-3: Home Economics club 1. ROBERT NELSON -- Hall Guard 4: Harmonica club 2-3-4, President 4, Contest Win- ner 3: Latini 2. Page Ninety-seven 'N-v -1. ,, , 4.4 ..,.-.. ,, --.. N ' u - an-'f '- 5 :.",f'- '-'f ,, -.,,. .,,..:.,g1. . 'fr nf'-l"",3lk't 1' -1- - . ' fa. - - .ss In . 44 'l5f:.13'.F:'TQ'r- is i".-' -- Q g "' ,K r 5' vi KX x.A"v 'v-4 V t N4 t N If w AQ- 4' B V ,. . - f :' -ffp . 2.-"-'f ' ' . 1-31:-,,.L.3-13517137-,J,Z7iZ?3-'if1'AS'i'-li r ' v -ig C -1 ' f "' - 'N , .:..x..., .- A , ' - 4 , 1 . . ,, .. . .1 1 -f--:,-.-41gv1r,'.,,. MARGARET NEWELL- Girls Glee club 2-3-4: Home Eco- nomics club 1: Le Cer:-le Fran- cais 1-2-3. ELAINE NYSTROM4 Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 4, Council 1, Division Chairman 2: G.A.A. 1-2- 3-4: Archery club 3: Home Eco- nomics club 1-2: Safety Coun-cil 2: El Club 3-4: Debating: Team 3. EDWARD J. 0'BRlEN-- Chess and Checker club IZ-4: Hi- Y 4: Hall Guard 4: Die Deutsche Ecke 3. MARGARET M. O'BRIEN' - Girls club Council 2-3, Division Chairman 4: Latini 1-2-2. ELEANOR VILAH 0DELL-- Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4. MARSHALL OLSEN- Football 4: Basketball 3-4: Die Deutsche Ecke 2-4. Pa ge Ninety-eight A JOAN OLTHOFF- ELAINE ANN' OSBERG- Girls club Marshal 4: Girls Glee club 1-2-3-4: Hom e Economics club 4: Latini 1. NVALTER PALMER- Usher 4: Hi-Y 4: Boys Glee club 3-4: Golf 3: Track 3-4: Archery club 3: Aero club 4: Latini 1-2: "Captain AXDIYII-?.l8.Ck" 4. KATHRYN PANOZZO- Lincoln Avenue hiszh school 1: S. S. S. C. 4: El Club 3-4. WVALTER A. PARRISH- Hi-Y 2: Hall Guard 4: Harmon- ica club 2: Band 2-4: Aero club 4. THOMAS PATTEN- Parker high school 1-2-3. -1 .. ,. . '. -.A -: - .-xx wt. 'inirlf' H---111' .vi?'.:?iIZ?' 1" M NELLIE MAE PERKINS-- G.A.A. 2-3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Home Eczmomif-sz club 1: SS. S.C. 1: Le Corel: Francais 1-2. VIRGINIA I'E'l'l'IRSEN- -- Home Economics club 1: Die Deutsche Erke l-2: May Queen Attendant 3: Girls Glee club 2- 3-4. DONALD PETTIGREWW- Chess and Checker clu'x 3: Hi- Y 1-2: Hall Guard 3: Orchestra 4: Band 1-2-3-4: Swimming 3-4: Track 2: Archery club 3: Le Cer- cle Franenis 1-2-3. VICTOR PEZZATI- - Lettermens club 4: Footlzall 2- Jl-4: Truck 2-4. DAVID PHELAN Class President 2, Vive-president 1-4, Treasurer 3: Boys club Sec- retary 4: Usher 3-4: Hall Guard 3-4: Stay: Committee 3-4: Letter- mens club 4: Football 3-4: Swim. ming 2: Safety Council 1: El Club 2-3: Yearbook 4. GRACE L. PHILLIPS- Archery club 3: Safety Council 2: Le Cercle Francais 2-3: Thorn- tonite 4: Yearbook 4. ,.,,. , :,..- .Ly -,,,.,.. f ,..,.v, SM C - 4 '---l l-9 191 f M ROGER PHILLIPS- Clinton high school 1. VIVIENNE PODGORNY- G.A.A. 1: Home Economics club 4. JOSEPH PRACHT - Hi-Y 4: General Science club 1- 2: Die Deutsche Ecke 3: Thorn- tonite 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4, President 4. JOHN A. PRINCE - General Science club 1: Lntini 1: "Big Hearted Herbert" 4. THELMA PRINCE- - Latini 1-2-3. WILLIAM PROPPER - Class President 4: Freshman Ad- viser 4: Usher 4: Hi-Y 4: "Cap- lain Applejack" 4: Co-Manager "Big: Hearted Herbert" 4. Page Ninety-nine H'-1 53:"o3".e'-1517 ' I - J-1 h ' "5?'1- TQ'- IRENE ROSE PRYGOCKI- RICHARD W. PURCELL-- Bloom high school 1: Freshman Adviser 4: Hi-Y 3-4: Hall Guard 3-43 Swimming 2: Aero club 4: Lntini 2-3-4, President 33 Year- book 4p "Big Hearted Herherc' 4: "Captain Applejackn 4. LUCILLE E. RAFSONV- Home Economics club 1: S.S.S.C. 3-4, Recorder 43 Die Deutsche Ecke 2-4. KENNETH RAMP KE- RUDOLPH REU BOIU- Hall Guard 3: Lettermens club 2-3-4: Football 1-2-3-4: Track 2- 3-4: Die Deutsche Ecke 2-3. EDWARD REYNOLDS- Hall Guard 3. Page One Hundred xp, . ,,. ...-.. n- Y .-.L Q. .gr .V-gf. xr- - . .1 . .I -.K ' -Q---. -R f. .. ...wg 1.43-y'fv-.-..1,m' 1-fi'-ff ELIZABETH E. REYNOLDS- Home Economics club 1: Le Cer. cle Francais 1-2-3. IRVING RICE- Lettermens club 4: Football 1-2- 3-4: Swimming l-3: El Club 2-3. ADELINE G. RIEGEL--- Home Economics club 1: El Club 3. DAVID RINKEMAA Hall Guard 3-4. JEAN CAROL ROGERS- Girls club Junior Service Award 3. Council 4, Division Chairman 3: Girls Glee club 2-3-4: G.A.A. 3-4: Archery club 4: E1 Club 1- 2-3-4. Treasurer 3, Advisory Board 4: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4. GERTRUDE ROGGEVEEN- Fenger high school 1-2: Archery club 3-4: Camera 'club 4: S.S.S.C. 4. I we 'w it' " -"-1423,-.arm . W ua- Q'- . - :V . , -.--v - . ,-f -A ,I --ff.-,f-,,:S?,c f 4,4 A ,J , ,, ,, 4, ,N inrl, yn' W... ,,.,'3' K J It 1 ,,. , ,sw , , ,, , . HENRIETTA RUITER- HAROLD W. RUMP- Hall Guard 4: Hi-Y 4: Stamp club 1: Le Cercle Francais 1-2-3. JUNE RUSSELL- Girls club Secretary 4, Junior Service Award 3, Board of Con- trol 3-4, Council 2, Division Chair- man 1: Band 1-2-3-4: G.A.A. 1- 2-3-4, Board 4: Archery club 3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Home Eco- nomics 1: Camera club 4, Presi- dent 4: Le Cercle Francais 1-2-33 Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4. VIRGINIA RYNBERK- Girls club Council 1: Latini 1. MARILYN SAGGARS- Girls club Council 3: G.A.A. 2- 3-4: Archery club 3-4: Le Cercle Francais 2-3: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4. JULIE M. SALTZMAN- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Home Economics Elull 1-2: Camera club 4: S.S.S. 'wfwwu ..,. A '9.3 .l ' Af I STANLEY SAMOJEDNY- Aero club 4. VIRGINIA SCHAEFER- Home Economics club 2, Secre- tary 2. LEA F. SCHWIESOW- Monee hixrh school 1-2: Basketball 3-4: Latini 3. LILLIAN SCHLAUDRAFF- LORRAINE SCHUBBE- Girls club Council 1: Home Eco- nomics club 1. JACK SCHULTE- Hall Guard 3. Page One Hundred One ' ' ' - ' .-,,,, ,,. r. -1.l- 'O 5-I'5,'.-2,-V - '-g1,1E7,,k-,. , .A , - , ,, v, , , ., y -fr- , ,,. A. , :U-Liam i y -V 1 ,,.1,:,f,. wwsgfr nk lf' .-,Nmczw f4.fna-n.b---,4-vw Q vw .e 'Af . ' , . . " Y "r,,3y, ,A-f.. X' 2 'S E' '- 2 , . 1 - .," -1 - L f-V i-ua,-,,.. -- - . . .. es ' - , ,wp Y . . ' ' 1' V 1 ' " S-'1-'vf 7 kxg, - , 3,,,..f--gg, , md' ' -kgftjfi Cp vis. - vf7.'IT1t?"ff':.':l?1.'l'1'7izx."'2i"--- - , - , ..,, ' , --vi--, --. -4. ,.:-. -f- l 1 1 .Q 4 X 4 L: R., N, fe r. R T1 Q CORDULA SCHURICHT -- Die Deutsrhe Ecke 2-3-4. CHARLES SCOTT - Hall Guard 4: Lettermens club 3-4 : Football 1-3-4 : Swimmim: I-2-3-4: Trzufk 2-Ci-4: Aero club 3. ALICE MARION SCULLY- - Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 4, Council 3, Division Chairman 2: Band 1-2: Girls Glee L-lub 3-4: G.A.A. 1-2- 3-4, Board 3: Archery club 3-fl, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Lzttini 1- 2-3, Vice-president 1: Die Deut- sche Ecke 4: Le Cercle Francais 3-4: "Bin: Hearted Herbert" 4: May Queen Attendant 3. DOROTHY SENIOR-- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Archery cluh -i. JOHN F. SHAW ' Freshman Adviser 4: Usher 3: Hull Guard 3-4: Harmonica. club 1: Boys Glee club 2-3-4: Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3: "Big: Heart- ed Herberlj' 4. ANNA MAY SHEEHAN-- Blue Island high school 1: El Club 3. Page One Hundred Two -., . ,N .-,., :--1 , - 2 m e VQ . " E17 if G ,r,. r. . : l il-9 792 J . .1 . . --x,.x-.QQ A h - U, EDWARD SHILENSK US- Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 3-4: Stag Committee 4: Safety Council 3-4: Lrmtini 3: Thorntoniie 4: Year- book 4: Quill and Scroll 4, Vice- prcsident 4. PETER VV. SHILLING - Hall Guard 4: General Science club 1. RALPH SIDES- -- Hi-Y 2-3: Hall Guard 3: Die Deutsche Erke I-2-3. RAYMOND SIEBELT- GRAYCE SIEGMAN - Archery club 4: Home Economicp club 1-2: General Science club I: El Club 1-3-4. BETTY JANE SIMON- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Board of Control 3, Council 2- 4, Division Chairman 1, Toastmis- tress of Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 3: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Board 3- 4: Archery club 3-4: Swimming Pageant 3: Home Economics club 1: S.S.S.C. 1-2: Latini 1-2-3. ,.--.M . g ,K . . JOSEPH SITARISKI A ANDREW' L, SKNVAREK-- Hi-Y 1-2. IMOGENE SMITH- S.S.S.C. 3-4. MELBURN SMITH - Freshman Adviser 4: Usher 3-4: Hi-Y 1-2-3-4: Hall Guard 3: 01-- chestrn l-2-3-4: B and 1-2-Ii-4: Boys Glee vlub 4: Letlermens club 3-4: Swimming 2-3-4: Al'ch- ery club 3-4: Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3. Vice-president 3. PORTER A. SMITH-- Usher 4: Hi-Y 3-4: Harmonica club 2: Band 1: Track 3-4: Arch- ery club 4: Aero club 3-4, Secre- tary 4: Latini 1-2: El Club 4. JAMES SNIDER-A Hall Guard 4. Z' Q i -9 f 4 1 5 ' IQ N523-.Ie ,5- .. .Q , ,. I are f 4 ' ar e . 4: i 936 LYLE SOUTHVVICK- New Troy high school 1-2: Band 3: Boys Glee club 3: Basketball 3-4. GEORGE C. STAVRON- HELEN STAVRON- Home Economics club 1: El Club 2-3-4. RITA STEPHANY- G.A.A. 2-3-4. AGNES STRINE- JULIA STYPULOSKI- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 2. Page One Hundred Three BERNICE DELIA TARPEY- Home Economics club 1: General Science club 1: El Club 2-3: Yearbook 4. PAULINE TAYLOR- Class Secretary 3-4: G.A.A. 1-2- 3-4: El Club 2-3-4, President 3. Advisory Committee 4: May Queen Attendant 3: Owl club 4. AVIS TELLIS- ELIZABETH E. TEMPLIN- Home Economics club 1-4: Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3. GEORGE TESAR- Glass First Vice-president 1, Treasurer 2: Hi-Y 1-2-3-4: Hall Guard 3-4: Safety Council 1-2: Stamp club 1: E1 Club 1-2-3-4, Secretary 3, Advisory Committee 4: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: "Big Hearted Herbert" 4: Quill and Scroll 4. LAURA JEAN THIES- Girls club Junior Service Award 3, Council 4, Division Chairman 3: Home Economics club 1-2-4: Safety Council 1: Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3. Page One Hundred Four .- . 4 a. 1 K ,.., . . -..w.-.- . - . ,I 4. I -.-., . - fur-.ey . ' . wh -"- . . -1-0 . J. , -to:-iskfs-1 -. .1 s SSN, s HELEN THOMPSON- Peoria Central hizh school 1: Girls Glee club 1-2-3-4: Latini 23 ' "Captain Applejack" 4. DOROTHY VENETTA THORPE-. Girls club Division Chairman 8- 4, Marshal 4: General Science . club 1-2: El Club 1-2-3. 1 Q THOMAS THORESEN- I Hi-Y 1-2-4: Swimming 1-2-3-4: El Club 1-2: General Science club ROBERT C. TIEDEMANN- 1 BERNICE TIENSTRA- MARIAN E. TILSTRA-- Archery club 3: S.S.S.C. 4: Lati- ni 2-3, Secretary 2: Latin Medal 1: El Club 4: Girls club Marshal 4: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook Co- editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4. 4 4 -- -, .ffzgpbff-1 1: 4. , .5 .J rp- gi.:-, ,..-eg .v,..-Q. .. . .. -2 .I VELMA TOEPFER- MARTHA H. TOMSHECK- G.A.A. 2-3-4: Home Economics club 2. JANE ANN TREEN- Girls club Council 2, Division Chairman 1: Girls Glee club 1-2- 3-4: Home Economics club 1: Latini 1-2-3: Athedelphi 1-2-3: May Queen Attendant 3. JASPER TROMP- Die Deutsche Ecke 3. ALICE TURLAYA G.A.A. 2-3-4: Home Economics club 1: Latini 1: El Club 2-3-4: Girls club Marshal 4. HAROLD J. TURNGREN-- Class Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 3: Harmonica club 2: El Club 2-3. Q ug 1 W 5 , ' -fe if' X ': k., .,+j4,. if A NORMA JEAN' URSETTIE- G.A.A. 1: Home Economics club 1-2. SALVATORE D. UZZO- Thornton Fractional high school 1: Chess and Checker club 4: Hi- Y 2-3-4: Hall Guard 4: Safety Council 2: Latini 3-4, Treasurer 3: "Captain AppIejack" 4. HAZEL H. VALE- G.A.A. 3-4: A rc h ery club 4: Swimming Pageant 3: Home Eco. nomics club 2: El Club 1-2-3. GERRIT VAN BAREN- Lincoln Avenue high school 1. EVELYN VAN BUSKIRK- C u 1' ti s Junior high school 1: Fenner h i g h school 2 : Lafinl 3: Die Deutsche Ecke 4: Thorn- tonite 4: Yearbook 4. ELLEN VAN CAMP- Home Economics club 4: El Club 4. Page One Hundred Five V ..., 5. V- ll, "Q 1 -' :Zjl'1Pgl:'-'fl-r'A A , . ...h .,..::.', , , H- ., iff S311 .1- 511' Q' ' K 4 . ' "-- -4,7-f. . ,,, Q. . X . - J. . J X ,- -, 11. 1 Q C. xy, ch, 'N .- ,,. ' . .-T.. . , , , A, . X,,,,.,.,.,-,. 4 - . .,, ,',,.,,lM , .r , ML., 33 ,lr . 1. ' . l . , " ev.. - 4 D - ' 4 'ff 4gK,.f,.,- ,...,..-- avyflz 2.1-. 'fV.,1.f'1'fr".1f-- 5, U v0 4 " N ,. 4 Q r N . 4, lf .14 , It M ' Aff A if-1 "-1' -2 ,.r:.... - ' " '- -., - " g m... . ,-:Q-1Q,v'7:'j. N. KATHERINE E. VANDAGRIFTH- Girls club Council 3, Division Chairman l-2 : Home Economics cluh 1 5 S.S.S.C. 1 : Latini 2-3: Le Cercle Francais l. BETTY VAN DE LOGT- Girls club Council 1: Girls Glee club 3-4: Safety Council 1-2-3: General Science club 1-2: El Club 2: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: May Queen Attendant 3. ROY VANDENBERG -- Letter-mens club 4: Football 1-2- 23-4: Swimming: 2: Track 2-4: Latini 2. MARIE VANDERAA- Le Cercle Francais 3. ROBERT VANDERWARFW- Orange City high school 1. MATTHEW A. VANDER NVOLF- High school in three and one-half years. U mt. 1 -.Z " .. , 1 A JV , --1 1 V A Page One Hundred Six T GRACE VAN MYNEN- Archery club 3: :!.S.S.C. 4: Le Cercle Francais I-2-3. RAYMOND VEILE - Basketball 1-2-3. ANTHONY VERHAGEN- ANNE JOAN VERHOEVENH Yearbook 4. JOSEPH VOGEL- Lincoln Avenue high school 1. JOSEPH A. VOGLER JR.-- Hi-Y 2-3: Lettermens club 2-3-4: Basketball 2-3-43 Die Deutsche Ecke 1-2-4. ' .A -1-ii-' :ills ,give-" , . .-,M 4, ' 'fx . L.. , . ,x x'f'j'4f'4-,Z vi -I f- ' - . "r""2w1-we?-'V " K' N f 1 V' .' -.Q "X ,, ' 2.s.e:-f 5, .:+..:,f,, - ,- -el, ,,. ..,. rf ,. ' RUTH VVAGNER-1 Josephine Avnriemy 1-2. ' X-an, F RICHARD ERNEST VVAIBEL- Orchestra fl: llzind I-2-3-45 Boys lllee club Sl: Slzunp club I-'Z-3-4 . Treasurer 33: Die Veutewhe Ecke I-2-3. ANNE D. YVANAITIS-- Girls club Diviwion Chairman l El Club I-2-il. GERALD WARFEL GEORGE C. NVEBBff Lettermens club 2-3-4: hall 2-3-4: Truck 2-3-4. HERMAN T. WESSEH- llasket- 4 1 el H if wa? any A f , 4 DOROTHY WEXICLBERG - Girls club Council l, Marshal -1: May Queen Maid of Honor 3: Home Economir-s oluh I. SIIELUUN IVHITCOMB Matteson high school I-2. JACK F. WHI'I'IC A Hall Guard 41 Hzxrmunic-an club I-2-3-43 Swimming: I-Zi: Stamp club I-2: El Club 3: Die Deut- sr-he Ecko 2. JOSEPH WHITE - BENJAMIN WHI'I'TLIC Dyer hixrh school I-2. JACK NVILLETT Riley high sr:-hool l 3 Freshman Adviser 43 Usher 43 hi-Y 4: Hall Guard 43 Archery r-lub 3-4, Pres- ident 4: Aero club 2-4: Die Deutsche E4-ke 2-3: Thurnlcmite 4: Yeurbonk 43 Debating Team 3. Page One Hundred Seven 'tt 'A' 4' " " sm ' -. at - ' 'O A ?f?l77i"1'-i'-'.. k h"13.4t1kaa.:1 ' .'Lar.4e1'+e.v.M1'-'.'- A .W -1 Emi. ' iksib-Tyaxild,-: 1-' - - 1 " l ',-1. .44-'..-f - ,- ' "- . -.1 ' L il: .,-. '. '-4- -'na 4 - . . , qs.. X -. , 31, 1.3 . . . -va-f '-'P-'L -na-' V 1 w-2'5"-M'-'frm-.. . ' ' -A, f"-'F v 2, ' - . ' , , 4 , - Q a f - , . K-ff -ef .-tg, .X - -44,--, ,.-.-,1-45, ..f ., H . . 1 -,:--.--,l-,Q-A r p ' M- - A-...f .f , L +-Ar-:,5fg,,:p'G1..-Y , 2 - . ex . ,W wmk I N- --H f A s i , K - .. -I , -V , ..- -1 .1-1- , .. W .- ROBERT LEON NVILLEYg Doltnn high school 1: Hall Guard 4: Safety Council 4: Le Cercle Francais 3-4. JOHN F. WILLIAMS - Hi-Y lg Harmonica club 3. SIDNEY WILTSHIRE -- Boys club Treasurer 43 Hall Guard 43 Stag Committee 4: Band 1: Lettermens club 2-3-4. Vice-president 3, President 4: Football 1-2-3-4, Team Captain 4: Swimming 1-2-3-43 Track 1-43 Latini 3. IVAN ELVERD ON WINSLOW- Cla ss Vice-president 2-3: Boys club President 4, First Vice-pres- ident 31 Hi-Y 23 Hall Guard 3: Stair Committee 4: Lettermens club 3-4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Football 3-4: Swimming 1-2-3-4: Track 41 Camera club 4: Stamp cluh 2: Latini 33 Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. JOSEPH J. WOJTYCZKAM St. Mary's fMi c h i g a nj high school 1-2: Latini 3. MAYJIL WOLFE- G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: S.S.S.C. 4. l ..--XA ,','4., . J I -,Q '.fQ',.a..5 ew- . - 5 .1 C I f m e Page One Hundred Eight . ' -1 -"v..-U,-.f . ' . '. . 1. .. , - . ... -fr" -1 - - -f.. fe - '-'-f--1 ' f','-- c:-, ' w'-fp--. 'ag 4--.F -'11 , .- - --- Y-1, . w v -.. . ,. - . ., - 1.-.l r-. I - , -C, 1f?S15.1'-g, 4...-1. g--.4 MATHEW YATSAK JR.- Hi-Y 4 3 Hall Guard 4 1 Harmonica club 1-2: S.S.S.C. 4: General Sci- inge club 1: Die Deutsche Ecke DOROTHY ZAIDEMAN- S.S.S.C. 3-4. JACK F. ZEILENGA- PEARL ZENEK-- ROBERT L ZILLIGEN- Chess and Checker club 3-4, Chess Champion 2-3: Hall Guard 3: Dig Deutsche Ecke 1-2-3. HOWARD R. ZILSKE-- Hall Guard 45 Band 1-2-3-4. WNW, 'G ai m - , , . I WILLIAM ZILSKE- i Hall Guard 4: Band 1-2-3-4. i EMILIA J. M. ZMUDA- i Q HELEN ZORNOW- GERALD ZWEIFEL- 4: Harmonica club 2-3. l Nha 936 Recollections of A Senior Hmmmm, four years almost gone . . . What was happening four years ago? Memory seems rather hazy, as clouds olbscure the sunrise, the freshman year of the Class of 1936 . . . We rememiber that first day o-f school, though . . . And the 'big language party . . .Marian Mansfield, as a junior, was already breaking records . . . Anne Kerr was class president . . . Two seniors we first learned were Eliza- beth Thompson and Theodore DeRuiter, pres- idents of the Girls and Boys clubs . . . A cred- itable football team . . . State Basketball Championship . . . Concerts . . . Miss Frances Gordon, beloved Dean of Girls, died. So did Mr. Leslie L. Hunt. Even freshmen realized the seriousness of life when death takes a part. The sun rose higher in the heavens. As sophomores we supfported "The Youngest," "You and I," and "Thank You" . . . Catherine McBratney directed affairs of the Girls club while Robert Taylor did the same for the Boys club . . . Won South Sulbunban football title . . . Second place in state basketball . . . More concerts . . . David Phelan was class president. During our junior year came the shift system. Crowded conditions forced juniors to have mostly afternoon classes. Two more periods were added to our day . . . Presiden- cies of our class, the Girls clmb, and Boys club went to Charles Beeman, Betty McGuire, and Louis Boudreau . . . Basketball was "tops" We were State Runners-Up again . . . Calu- met City tied us in league football . . . We aided "The Poor Nut" and "Sun-Urp" . . . De- baters were extremely successful . . . The band made first division . . . The Thornton- ite was state press treasurer . . . Concerts. These last two years run together as the brightness of afternoon merges into the beauty of the sunset . . . William Propper succeeded his fbrother, Henry, as senior class president . . . Our school day gained another period . . . We were all saddened at the death of Mrs. Montelius . . . The band again placed in first division . . . We won journalism hon- ors, including the state -presidency for next year . . . Charmian Blue had a lead in "Big Hearted Herbertng William Baxter, the title role in "Captain Aipplejackf' We helped these and "The Late Christopher Bean" . . . Ivan Winslow presided at Boys club meet- ings: Betty Cottingham, at those of the Girls club . . . Another grand orchestra and glee club concert . . . Graduation . . . Sunsets hold a promise of more enchantment to come. The class departs in search of new horizons, sun- rises, and sunsets. Page One Hundred Nin Orchestra 1-2-3-4: G.A.A. 1-2-3-4: Latini 2: Thorntonite 4: Year- , book 4. Freshman Adviser 4: Hall Guard 6 THORNTONITE UPPER PICTURE Standing: Donald Dickinson, Mariam Clark, Salvatore limo, Ric-haul Puri-ell, Lois Mitrhell, William Baxter, VVali0r Palmer. Seated: Helen Thompson, William Prop- per .Ioan Copeland. LOWER PICTURE Joan Copeland. Bernard Becker, John Priiire, Henry McKenzie, William Propper, Richard Purcell, Sidney Wiltshire, Robert Johnson, John Hebert, Fred Lindsay, Kurt Arksrmann, Salvatore Umm, William Baxter, Lois Mitchell. "Captain Applejackn William Baxter was selected for the title role in the senior class play, 'tCaptain Ap- plejackf' The feminine leads were taken by Joan Copeland as Poppy Faire, and Lois Mitchell as Anna Vale-ska. The play, concerning a dream about a band of pirates and the sea, had a personnel of seventeen. ln the supporting Cast were Mariam Clark, Mrs. Pengardg Helen Thomp- son, Mrs. Agatha Whitcomrbeg Salvatore Uzzo, Horafe Pt-ngardg Richard Purcell, Ivan Page Une Hundred Ten Borolskyg Walter Palmer, Lush, Donald Uick- inson, Dennetg and William Propper, Johnny Jason. The business managers for the play were Myra Hayes, Dorothy Krouse, and George Tfesar. The other members of the committtee were Eugene McGovern, Harold Turngren, Dorothy Thorpe, Flornce F'radg'ley, Pauline Taylor, Charles Beeman, Jack Willett, Mary Burke, Kathleen Cowing, Minnie Cohen, and William Propper. V. I C2223 sal? ' YP? ,A b vw. , - h G 553 V H ffgyg uf' 273' ax ..,f?Ag ,fi gre- . wg, 122- was Af fm chariot Clif appczcuff in The funw mt .ADQHO if pm' pared for fm dawn of cmofhar and gmai- zr dag. -A X ,P S RWE' 2Z?f"f-:rival . 9 1 ' , I "5 " ' - 5. 1 , , V - , Llp, ,kv-..,,.Q '-.5 --1,9--,V . I 3 '- .pi , V. . . --,. ' ...WLM , Hn-L 'uS..l1,xt9F::Zv?iL I J. , F , A .z,m:i:,E1g-,,i'w,, 1.7 r f '71f:,:f.xK,,gki:Q,3H:z:H ', - ' I ' , ' . . Y'-'1i.:,1f'Q1.s'f--v. '-3, , ,A V " "-Y'A"1-"'3i-ja-.gNf3,.,.',:-, - N rib. . ir jIf',,,-UV A Q - '- i-.. ,-.-.1-V,-J.: 1 :- .,., --.va ' - , , .- V 1 , '-,f.,.-..gtwf..,,w-f.mf:?.....4--- - M . -1- "" -,- . - ' ,' . s:-A.,-V . , -, , V .I .4 N ,,, ,P , .,,,k.x,.,. ,N , V , - N 5 . -. ,,,, - ": , ag -nf--,A 1: ' - ' "'f2.1:-1::""f:-f:'-'WA-1 . - ' - , '---- '- - . ' .- , L f f ' A ,-2 .7. '-T5-V ... - , A 1 -L--1 .. 3' Congratulations Class of 1936 ! May your coming years be even more happy and successful than these which have seen your frequent Visits to The High School Book Store O d d l .4 wzg 'Jr 4--v au, A,,,,1q:k5 3 mugs 'AA ugh 'hi Q..-r w-.1 lat' fy-Xi Air ,- , ,-,1 1 "' 1 ' ,, 'AAA '7' jf -:Q , . Q, ' i f ' 2if'+fs i " " .. 3- ,, ' Q , Thornton Lads Lassies Born in Scotland ! Standing: Jean McLaughlan '36, Hugh Miller '39, Anne Betty Greer '39, Agnes Grieg '38. Seated: Janet How- Alexnnder '39, William Gibb '39, Isabel Brown '39, John man '38, Jane Alexander '37, Archie McL:xuizhlz1n '37, Robertson '38, Georyrena Hannah '38, Ian Smith 38, Etta Ann Ferguson '37, William Dori-ans '37, Margaret Beat- Dorrans '39. Mal'y Phillips '39, James Lockhead '38, tie 37, Jeanie Nelson '38, Van Vorst Photo T. T. H. S. Cafeteria Page One Hundred Thirteen 'N -R 5. in-gf WRX , -.V .-.-. - 'f..c-.. Ke..-. 'rv ,, ' - - ' ,, ,,FQgr,.r,'- , '-..'- 1 .n-'---.-.. L '1,"',f1"f' v-:figs ,. .- , .A , , f :W -, .Q--,g v-.-If-S wi-,ef-55512,-f.,, V 3 ' '4-,.,.-If-'g:4E,...--. .- dvi,-44'-sefig'-r.,-B, A . -. . . .I ,"-H-:1e.::.S111:" ft, . "" " stairs'-:Q -ff'fe'- mwfkff -rf-'t"f'1" L ' 1 H ' 4.v-Ei3v l5'A'W4"" . . . -, - , A - 4 ' -Lf , . ,' --f-" -I - . ' ' A f -- e so w ...,. -."'f:m' - re v 5 ., , , - J". .Ag L,-f,,.. - M, 2. f-.,,, -- -,IW av. QL...-4.1 - .2-cf ,k V- Q, .. X- . f. .1:.. L -.,-54 .4-v w lr. of 'rg 4 " - -"" 1"'f'-w ,r - - , L' A ' fs , 41---.1-fx " . .- - . fm - -'fxS'.K-1. Q1-U! COMPLIMENTS OF Calumet Carton Company Germaine Beauty Ei Lingerie Shoppe NEW LOCATION 15407 CENTER AVENUE Opposite Harvey Theatre Bldg. Telephone 903 Personality Hair Cutting and Permanent Waving A Senior's Mind Contemplalively they sat there--two lofty seniors, but their thoughts weren't of grad- uation. Instead they were thinking of the time when they were merely green freshmen. Finally, after a long sigh, one of them spoke. "Gosh!" remarked Eob Paper, "Weren't we dumb when we were freshmen?" "Not any dum-ber than the others," replied Belle Writer. "I guess thz1t's right. I remember the time somone tried to tell me there were elevators here. I actually believed him for a while and looked for them." "That's nothing," mused Belle. "On the first day of school when lunch time came I was informed that the cafeteria was on the third Hoor. Well, up I went and discovered myself in a maze of science laboratories. Then later in the day a girl told me the gym was in the basement. Luckily for me I heard an- other girl mention that she was on her way to gym, so I just followed her and arrived O.K." was way Office: 215 East 154th Street Telephones Harvey 51 and Interocean 9744 Frequent Service Between Chicago, Blue Island, Harvey, Chicago Heights, and Crete Page One Hundred Fourteen Courteous and Efficient Drivers. Safe and Comfortable Coaches Call us for Charter Service 1 if w 'T' - ' . . - -' :". 2. .V -- A I H - 3 Ln-. gag-v-3. I Q H 'V - l-. ,rf-545, , wp l , , , ,...,,,- . . .pw -. . 1- . A.-.-.,..,-v - .f. -' ,V -as . . -vwrrfezlscfsw-Q.. .ff 1 -fri.:-wma' , - . 4. -A -S ff - , , y,,g3-,e---'- -.1.,,.., . ' - fe- U . , A - 51, . H -1-'S' C V - . , , ' " ' ' -so---'f44.qL--4Lf.'pf3.ciRw.e-. . , ' f a' ' +" '5 'fv!5-L' " .1-:L --1:4-2-' wits. 1, -fe' -- V- --..' , . ' ' , k ,. v-,af-01. ., . .. , , A ' , . -- , A - ., - ..-.V-..-.. fv- Q . ...A -- We .V . A., 1 - 1 N .. -. As they sat, Bob's brother, affectionately callevl "Inky," joined the group. "Well," ine quired "Inky" Paper, "What are you two do- ing? You're sitting so still you look like part of the furniture." "We're just thinking of all the dumb things we did when we were freshmen," his brother answered. "I'll bet there were plenty of them, too. There were for me. Gosh! I can remember how many shades of red my face turned one day. I went to what I thought was my Eng- lish class, and when I found it was a geometry class, was my face red! I grabbed my 'brief case and ran. When I finally looked at my program card, I discovered I'd read the room number wrong." "I guess we've all had our experiences," Belle said, "But anyhow we're seniors now and not freshmen." "Yeah," put in Bob, "until we start col- lege. Then it'll be worse." "It isn't college that's bothering me now. Its my stomach. Come on, let's go get some- thing to eat," suggested "Inky," Congratulations Class of 1936 O. E. Shepard Complete Insurance Service 318 East 147th Street Phone Harvey 219 Kinney-Hood Printing Company FACTORY AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING The Pointer Telephone Riverdale 300 DOLTON COLD FINISHED BAR STEELS COLD DRAVVN ROUNDS, HEXAGONS, FLATS, EXTRA WIDE FLATS, SQUARES AND SPECIAL SECTIONS S h a f t i n g Turned and Polished-Turned and Ground-Drawn and Ground Bliss 86' Laughlin, Inc. Established 1891 Western Mill and General Offices-Harvey, Illinois Eastern Mill-Buffalo, N. Y. SALES OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES Page One Hundred Fifteen -. ee -, , ,. . ' f. . .. , , .ee 1... , -fqtey V-,Af ' n , i- 1 - "ge-'.3.5N, . , 'vw-"-1:L,,s, , 'S f . it W' Q , W , . .. 'Qbffgfiko f -1. ,,-' rg'-.,. - I , R. -4, - - :Q Q - :,. --q,.. ' Y-. .- ' 1,9 " X -Vx J , 4"5S:' 'fzlffj-'iaw.,..z-W.:--. 3"f"f5?'L.ef!f'7':fr:.,r.v:"', -M- e . xr-2-. 1.-eva:-s. bf' A-vw-4 " f A . ,f Q i it -vs. 7 ' .A Q 'W' 'Y U 4 F9 COMPLIMENTS OF Brainy Boy This fellow isn't trying to eat his book, but merely is studying his next day's lesson. Were he not homo- K- sapiens he might be classed in a species of 'book worm. Thornton is famous for its high scholastic standards, and this student is taking the matter quite seriously. Lessons, lessons, lessons- to many they are a verita- ble Dance Macabre, but he conquers them in a hurry. Teachers call him a remarkable student, girls classify him as uninteresting, and boys call him mousy. But in spite of the adverse criticism he is a story-book hero, and a much more lively one when his friends haven't done their work. He doesn't make girls' hearts go thumpty- Beck Fuel EG? Supply Company 15117 BROADWAY Telephone Harvey 400 Broadway Auto Supply Company AUTOMOTIVE PARTS GAS AND thump, but that doesn't worry him at all. He REPAIRING couldn't hear them anyway for this heart is al- ways pounding for fear one will approach him. After all he isn't forgetting that this 15301 Broadway. Phone Har. 399 is leap-year. Congratulations Class of 1 936 ! May your spirit and ambition carry you to the highest pin- nacle of success. Perfection Gear Company f"' , V i - ' THE MARK or ,f in . 1, 1 nfl' S li' PT if - :z -. ' :a o ix f lg. ceuvurusnki 'jff X!L1,.,vArzTs Ny ' 1 "1iVriVr-V' If U' Page One Hundred Sixteen . t .- , - if 1 "0 I t ,.- I' . ,..yyI1.flL1'i'??Qi-'f'f:. . - ,. ..-.,.- .I 'I f 1- N 'F .. -4 - 1. t--1 ':." 1. A-' ' " , 1 . 1 -.. h . , V .v , 5- e M... -1-.m.L.'4f.f:-in n...., ' A. . - it N ...L , y ' x ra- s , .V eg . ., 5, . pq, x , M, fm ,J vw . A -. .. . . 1 H. -.., . V . That Couple In Thornton's march of time passes our most pop- ular couple. These are the "' two you see at every social ,V Q j f affair at the school. Who , kg X has not spied them sitting, . Q g ' on the sidelines at athleticvf .'f,ig-nj, I events, never, of course, f lil! I s getting in the path of fly- ing Iballs and players ? They can always think of Z, the next dance when teach- ' Q- er asks for an important date. And their faces? Ah! They are perfect examples ol' blank verse. While- he waits outside, her fi-ngers are the first to caress the cups at the innumerable teas given during the year. If there is such ia thing' as being two places at once, these two can be there. But their fellow students aren't the only ones to whom they are known. Teachers recognize them by the look on their faces, and often by their work lwhich isn't always superiorl. FULL LINE OF VEGETABLES AND QUALITY COLD MEATS ...at... Bi1l's Food shop 29 East 154th Street Telephone Harvey 530 Fountain Service Ice Cream Hallett Motor Service F. V. Hollett, Prop. MOVING AND EXPRESSING Long Distant Htauling-Careful Handling-All Loads Insured Phone Harvey 99-Res. phone 466 15334 Park Avenue Compliments of Dixie Dairy Compan 15427 Center Avenue Telephone Harvey 45 Page One Hundred Seventeen .,- U, - .--f s '- ' . , 4,:'f.+,-,-.. , -- -s, - .,- - -A.,,-.,:- ,- . - , lv- ,fm.,:,yg.-5, -,I D- .-,,,, A X, ,gn-f -fav.-,,.r ,z - ' . . . W - A - :M . ' v,-W,.,- -. . , Nr- :si-fy--,f.-., , . . M356 :v-,.5:s,,:'S'rn .- , - - ' .J -i.-fs'--:v.fo -- - - Y -- ' - "+V - - t- . ,, H- Q5-L 1 :--1: . ,. .A , I K V N 1' -I ,,..,.,1,,.. n 34' M 3. A A .1 es., ,sgilgkft fjphgm eq..,,,,,Y.S5,?.ff3,,:-hxrggg-,:.,,.,L . . . .. A' , ,. .s,,.. Td:-'iff-1-r"-9'---vs-1""'+-'fs-'" ' S' .. ' . . 1. , ,, .M .gg ff:-,. ' ,' LJ-., -' .5 1.f--Qg1...p,+7-,hifi-'-lull? 51"-4" -Q:-J . ,,. Q A . , - 4 g . 1. 1, 0 ., . . .,.,,.. NMA V , , A ,npzb ri - A f-Y v m A K WgQ.?k.uLV 1 COMPLIMENTS OF Cummings' Service Station JOHNSON GASOLINE AND OIL 152nd and Broadway Phone Harvey 3419 We Specialize in Ladies', Men's and Children's HAIR CUTS Joeis Barber Shop 22 East 154th Street HARVEY Give us a try-you will be satisfied Here's to Apollo Gay summer picnickers plan, "We'll go to- morrow, if the sun shines." "Happy is the bride the sun shines on," gaily prophesies a sage grandmother. A "sweet young thing" preparing for a party after a long day on the tennis courts wails, "Oh, my nose is all peeling because of that blistering sun." Happy farmers rub their hands gleefully as they watch their crops grow almost over night through the iniiuence of this benevo- lent sun. Would-be "socialites" lie on the sands for on rugs in their own back yardsj to receive a coat of "tan" from Apollo. Prisoners wait anxiously for that hour of the clay when a gay patch of sunlight pene- trates to their cells. The ruler of the day, the beneficient, the burner, the grower, the healer-all these parts does Apollo play. He signals the begin- ning and end of the day. He burns terribly all in his view on days of drought. He grows all vegetation. He sends his healing rays to the sick. Congratulations an d Best Wishes to the Class of 1936 'WTFSTV' The Buda Company Harvey, Illinois Page One Hundred Eighteen l, ,.. ,.,.1' . ew'S5i -ei 77'f""f --.,.-,4g,.,,-.,--,MVA w ,- ,. ,, ,,A,,. J U. 3 wx. 1 uf f" , J, V- :.- --.,:.,:.:..--,:.-,,. . 7? ,ng X fu- , gs..,.'2 ,..-in .. ,vu .-4--,eff F--HH 'gan -:A - .W 1 .4 of , "za "0 , +4 " Q fi -un.. wa.: ll A 4- V " -G-as al-5 i , .w-Q.-I..-1 .U f .H ... N- A - --ve.:-re-Q-e-:.,,. 1.f- -.V-sv: . ... - vc. qv , - 1 . ,. Q., ee' ..,,,..sg , , su, X, vor., -- - V. . ,-1' ' -s ,..,-gf . :mr :vw e , ' ,---- ' . f- , .2- -' . Going P -Gone "Gosh! I've got to call up the florist yet! Oh, mother! Moms, will you call up the flor- ist for me? Thanks. "This crock surely is dirty, but it's better washing this car than going in Smith's junk. "Boy, if mother hadn't bought me those fiannels, I would have to go in my old ones, and they almost come up Lo my knees. If I hadn't bought new white shoes for myself, I'd have looked as if I waded to the prom through a Hock of puddles. "Weill, the car's all clean. Guess Iill go in now!" This is the disgruntled, muttering, and worrying of the poor fellow before the prom. H-e worries during the prom, and he Worries after the prom. Wow! Does he worry! The victim comes into the house after cleaning' the car, and prepares for his Pbath. To his anguish, his young sister is in the bath tu-b. He can't find his tieg his best shirt is dirtyg the dog chewed his new flannels. What to do? Borrow dad's clothes. They almost fit! When he goes after the girl friend, he worries more, but, oh, well, it's worth it. I- Hn .-i p. 4 .4 ,,x. - , . . ,V - A. W. Hecht GROCERY and MARKET Civic Center Building FLOSSMOOR PHONE HOMEWOOD 285-286 "THE HOME OF GOOD FUEL" Colerick Coal Ed' Feed Company Oflice: 132 East 154th street Yard: 155th and Halsted Streets Telephones 224 and 194 CONGRATULATIONS WHITINE HARVEY-ILL, Ll.S.A. izm:Acu sununn Page One Hundred Nineteen . Q .-1,- . .-, "- ' ,.s- . '-If..-V. U: 1. ' ' - aff., , , ,L,e-:-'4awL-?- "---. 5 -.3i:".fA':'g.f W-'Q531".-':tjgivf,5:t,. ,- .- , - - '- ,' ' f"r:i-.- ,. -'- , th - --fx -"1-Q.: , -. ' . ff-'X-X-me o. f ' A. . . , ,.-' - -' 'S ' N - ' ' Q .. -,,.. i -L41 Af N l v 145 . ,. ....:.s .-f-,..m-,,,q- -7 -4. r.-, vw 0 t J? Helen 's Shop for Women 153 East 154th Street "In the Heart of Harvey" PHOENIX HOSIERY Carried exclusively Korner Grocery M. A. Ruff, Prop. OPEN EVENINGS AND ALL DAY SUNDAY FREE DELIVERY 228 EAST 147TH STREET Harvey 3576 ,-.M--W. ,-gi , --.L-A- .', ,.-':., vw--,rs-,sgfay 'No d.,,.1.,'u, , . ' -N. -, ,,. , . A... - - -",.vvL. .. Advice to the Class of 1940 Now, dear incoming freshmen, the first thing is to be sure to be in style. Here are some 'helpful hints. Use a brown brief case with green, iblue, or orange trousers but care- fully select the lblack one to carry when you're wearing the grey, red or 'purple ones. Sometimes it is also well to consider har- mony with the color of books being carted around. Always carry the case in the hand that displays your ring. Here are a 'few little items in relation to classes which have heretofore proved help- ful. In the first place, dfon't bother about your Englishg it's required and you can't do any- thing about it. NEVER carry paper, foun- tain pen, or pencil to class, as to do so is very old fashioned. Instead borrow from your friends-they love it. However, it may be necessary to make new friends all the time. If you're going to chew gum in class, offer some to the teacher first fjust a little class- room etiquettel. Thus ends the first lesson. For more of these harmful helvps, either call or make a personal visit in the nearest telephone booth. Hurrah for Our High School! lim. Ingalls - Shepard Division Wyman-Gordon Company Page One Hundred Twenty ,lx V-"g,,da.f-w . 11, .4.-v :-- 1 .--' f'.'2,-,+ L . -' - , , . .ur-K-fel' - w- J. L 4-g1"1'. 2, -- ...M - 'g ici.-'-'r "P-4. , . , V , 4 .- 'ft' ' .M 'L '51, 1- . P - ' H " .- . -' -Av. J- .sm . 37,-v--ff t.. ' " , ,V , 3, . - .::.'..f, ff -- V , , . ,' ,-, - l " 3' :vQcv.g-7' 'f5j't,fs'.A-5,1-,A gli-...yal ,. -5' -- 4- ,. ',,.,. ,- -' ,.,. , ,, , , , , I ,,.RQ.p,,',s.-Q,, . A , .--- , R - - , .k N ,.. -A , :.,,.-M N-,f A n j, ,-, sr:- ny . 1 . W ,s.., .- e ,. V Our Senior Apollo A-pollo has come down to us through the ages as a gorgeously handsome man. The idealized comely personage has long been used by a certain collar manufacturer to give a thrill to all the girls reading the advertis- ing columns. 'Of course the Class of 1936 has more than its share of handsome he-men, whose manly beauty would send them to Hol- lywood as beauty kings--if that were 'being done. However, we fgirls of the staffj recom- mend a combination of the following features in order to produce a composite Apollo whose looks would 'be so overwhelming that prob- ably the poor girls in the class would fail the final semester: Jack Willett's hair, John Prince's forehead, Richard Purce1l's eye- brows, Robert Franks' eye-lashes, Paul Brud- jar's eyes, William Propper's nose, Marshall 0lsen's livps, Joseph Fali,ca's teeth, Richard Hols'rlaw's chin, David Phelan's dimples, Jo- seph Pracht's ears, Sigurd Bergstrom's com-- plexion, and James Dalenfberg's smile. C. S. Stow Hardware Paint Glass 145 East 154th Street Telephone Harvey 183 "INS URANCE THAT ASS URES " Treen Agency 190 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois TELEPHONE HARVEY 2222 Daguerre Studio 218 South Wabash Avenue Chicago's Leading College Photographers Special rates to 'II 71 H S. Students and their families TELEPHONE WABASH 0526 FOR APPOINTMENTS Page One Hundred Twenty-one 'O f' , A "3l1"?-fe-'Nb 4 4? . 4 47,2 'Aw ,F ' w.,'-Ls..-I . 4-,W gli., ---. , V . - .. A . ...+V 'R'-l..:.g,,s '-w.4v."::':....-, . 'H '-."fviLff:f.,-1,1 ' .. v,., 1,4 ,- -.. I- .,.. -. -,.4,.1. .5 ,,. .1 ......,- ,, , - . , 'V .,T xx-x'fx,Lf:fg'.qQ, ,f .- ,A , '- -4 M h ",'-'T-.::1"E-'ffg.,-.3 :I 5-N,,g:.-K '-iw-,og-jzgf?, q'f-gi4'j',I1-fv:.,,-1, Q 1 A ' ' " " 1" ":,,,4,.f2Sei-iii- J' - gam e... -. rf- ' V .. ,gr Q Vv . ,.. I -.N 4. . -' I .rs -' f' I I ,is .'-.:.-1-.'-"gfl1Ifcr5-5f'-:?- 9-'cr 'ff i 4 '-" . . .fl- - f-fl.---' . H' ' - ' . V - '-W P . 4 . --1 1.-. - '1+f4f..v"f7I'f Professional Directory Physicians and Surgeons C. B. ALEXANDER, M.D. J. A. KOLLAR, M.D. J. S. RICH, M.D. Phone Interocean 9718. Phone Harvey 66. 111216 E, 154th street 13750 Leyden Avenue. A. R. ANDERSON, M.D. B- T- STEVENSON, M-D. S. E. FRASER, M.D. Phone Harvey 2086. 166 E. 154th Street Phone Harvey 122. 182 E. 154th Street C. H. THOMPSEN, M.D. THEODORE GIESE Phone Dolton 506. 13826 Lincoln Ave. Phone Harvey 690. 160 E. 154th Street . O. THURLIMANN, M.D. , DR, HARRIS Phone Harvey 546. 116 E, 154th Street Dentists DR. GUILLERMO GALLEGOS Dr. C. E. SIMON Phone Riverdale 14. Ifldiafla Ave. Phone Harvhey 543' Center Avenue DR. NEIL A. KINGSTON Phone Harvey 97. 182 E. 154th street DR. P. J. TEELING Phone Harvey 304 DR. E. C. PAULSEN Ros. Homewood 975. 168 E. 154th sr. Phone Homewood 1043. 2003 Ridge Rd. DR. E, A- RHIND DR. R. F. THORNTON Phone Homewood 495. 1952 Ridge Road Phone Harvey 49. 11215 E. 154th Street Lawyers WILLIAM L. COALE HENRY C. PIEL Phone Harvey 66. 112 BQ E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 174. 182 E. 154th St. BURTON EVANS JOHN E. YATES Phone Harvey 1584. IG7 E. 154th Street RICHARD A. WISEMAN HARRY A. LAMBERT WILLIAM E- TRUDE EDWIN A, MCGOWAN Chicago Oiice 69 N. Wabash Phone Harvey 2057. 150 E. 154th Street 172 E. 154th Stre-et Osteopath Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat F. J. MURPHY E. E. DILLON, M.D. Phone Harvey 799. 151 E, 154th Street Phone Homewood 834. Homewood, Ill. Page One Hundred Twenty-two Agua? .-7. .. - , v -.To -1 V ' ,1, A J, . .V ' 'ff aw- f . X--,14f 1+e' e?si2-"' - 1 I :ear-:E Q' A- 1 -A , nrt.-.g,jZ.,,5d'q.':'xQ46A-3M We' . V 5 'EMM I5 ':..--gjkiggggiil .s - ' T 7 WK, A 1 . -, ,..., - . ' N ' Q.-. V , 'H . ' . ' T '-iiwixri' '4s"i2.JW'. , -.-'f'-. .f . '. '. . . 'H' . ""-' -J ' 'fu 37- -f 2' --- ie'-f , ' - ""!"' -s 1-:1:- '. 'if .ff-V1. 0 X ' , .,.A ,va ' .. 'V , , - 'e f - ,,, W sk-iq, Thorntonites Born in Canada Stnnilinn: Robert Anderson ml. Gertrude Hartkoorn '39, Browne Seated: Ellen Heffrcn '36, Marjorie Muclde J l L L I Allan Fowler '36 E g C pb ll H, Hilda Mae Care I ll 4 liner '38, Winlfrcd U I' lx ll ll R se '37, Marjorie Ht t '49 V C' d'nev '39, Fra 1- 1 R BIG NEW MONEY-SAVING DODGE Kickert otor Sales Dodge - Plymouth Dealers 182 East 155th Street Telephone Harvey 281 Matteson Lumber E6 Coal Co., Inc. Lumber, Coal and All Kinds of Building Materials "We serve you right with everything to build anything." Matteson, Illinois 'lblqwlmuw 798 -Y-2 Px.e0 HflrlT tth -er., X1 L. f 'qs' X 43,531 S-45,9 gg!-Alain Jiri x f , I: ., QQ . , .-r 1 , , . .. , 1 1 f .. - . Q - - .- ' - . 1 A 1 .-- -1 ,,,1..N,- .1 , -. , -. 14 -as .., .W 1- 1 1 - A, -0 3- .sp ,f A I . .. .J 1 11: -Q.-,,.1., , . ,fp-..-+1 1 . ne..,,5f.e.,-if-, - V. ,f,,,.. . . ., U ' 14 5' - TQL-4 -.L X- ,.'., " f .419--'gi if - ' :Z - - 's ,.- .... , -M A-'ff - . - " 1 - ' '- -,1e,gf.,s -Mis,-ft'-'.-ec ,-.-1 - 1 . 1 1 ,. ' , . '- ' 4' -' .. gb . , w . .- -ass"-,-1" ' ' - ""' . - Y .,-,. 'L---' . . - J.-5 1- i1Y-fiA'L.-- ffrfa r 11 1, , 11, . A .1 ,,g-f 4, 11,.,,',1. ..,1: .1-.':e,.-j-. A- Y-:Z-.g.,,5...----'--1 - 1 5- 1, --. , 4.1 .11 ,X ei . ' ' 1 -s X ' ,g --'. I -3-KLA , L f.-:ze : -1+ J, Q. .1 . 'ff ' 2 ., J --,- . 51,2 ' V'-s.. I-.. . s .. .-r1:'5'E1- l . - 1, , f COMPLIMENTS ,ofl A. G. Friske, O. D. EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST 192 East 154th Street COMPLIMENTS OF Timmons Furniture Company 15310-12 Center Avenue Telephone Harvey 36 EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 'vii--1 School Day He gets up at an early hour, And starts to sing, but oh! How sour! Down to 'breakfast in a Hash, Then out of the house he goes with a crash Quickly down the street he speeds, QAS he goes, his lessons he readsj. Once near school he slows his pace, And begins to show a downcast face. He should have studied last night, he knows- Instead, he listened to Major Bowes. A test now he will surely Hunk, Because he said, "That stufl"s the bunk." So on and on his day entwines. For vacations, sports, and the like he pines This is the way he spends his days, And later in credits and grades he pays. He should always study at his best, And not come to school to take a rest. He's here for just four years he knows. After that, away he goes. Quinn is Cycle Shop Bicycles--Parts-General Repairing Lawnmowers sharpened HAROLD T. QUINN-JClass of '24 14056 Lincoln, Avenue, Dolton, Ill. Telephone 591 Buy and Save Every Day at Our Store A. PRIVOUR, PIROP. 147T'H AND GREEN-OPEN EVENINGS PHONNE 1392 WE DELIVER Thornburg Brothers Company Wholesale Candy-Paper-Sundries Chicago Heights, Illinois Page One Hundred Twenty-four Telephone 335 . ,, -12,571 J .,,, L.?:,.22,ff'-s:"" VL i he A wr g ' :g:,,1,.3, - 1 3. -L p K . V -Q W ,:,:,,, 4: 7 3 ,F-,L-.I ,f 55-3532 ,A '41, '14 ...x 1- . ,X w V ,. ' , 'esr'q 'l9E'P H -- . - 1. ' 5' --.1-Hx 'N ' , .,,,,. A . . . -A A A - -IN-Q"'.T-'r..:1Q:3'l'..'g,.gvt'f"' .-.Me-.,..-,f,,:,5.f J ' if ' 5 " 'L ' an -DNA-Ga 0 ,ga , .1 4 1 f br, 54 W I 'QA -I "o 1 Q .ek , 5, ,, .M , .A v Regretful Upon those last four years he looks. It's with regret he leaves his books. Forth into the world he goes, Where he must always be on his toes. Perhaps to foreign lands he'll stray, Or the "Call of the Wild" he'll obey. To a great city he may travel, Many a clew he can unravel. Or as a pilot he may Hy, Over places yet unknown to eye. This senior may have far to go, But he'll get there we all know. But as through life he gaily passes, He'll remember his old classes. Hfe may seek for higher learning, Yet still his heart will be a-yearning. And as the years go Hitting by, His heart will return to Thornton High! Compliments of JAMES T. WILKES and ROY M. WILKES COMPLIMENTS OF Herrick's Pharmacy HARVEY PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE 147th and Halsted Streets Phone Harvey 1000 If your hair isn't becoming to you, You should be coming to us. Eileen 19 Beauty Shop Telephone Harvey 2467 158 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Class of 1936 Lots of luck and best wishes, and always remember One of the chief necessities of a xzood ap- pearance always is good clothing well tail- ored, fitted, and stylish. You will find our store the right one for these requirements. Marks T oggery Men's Clothing and Furnishings 202 East 154th Street Telephone 630. Open Evenings f A Far STANDARD -if? 4 it X 1 , SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION' 1 .sv .rf . -le: I V. Try 1 4 E K M , HANSEN'S E Q1 SERVICE STATION R g g 5 149th and Halsted street Telephone 3573 Harvey, 111. ' I If il"f91 l Page One Hundred Twenty Five P' "?qq:Pr""" Q4 " ' - - t - -,,-- . . '- - . . - -.'.-.rg Q-5 - ' --f. -:sw -.' - -Q' whiff' -V - .,- ' ,H-,. . - ,, 'A' 'B-!""""'t'.'4 -. .f . "Y '-'QT' Q" ' tx ' - 'N " I- ,rr '4u- - ' , v ,. fn -- vw.-M, V. -. -sq., ,.-..-..,, -.A L- , , , - . ,Qh,1,,u4., . A - - Q30---lege' .-.,' . . --r w", Yi , .Y : Q F . - A -N'-as - . f. - ' I' . Q fxsfsfmi-'gr . . ans-we t W . 1 . " 1 , ,.....lnei:-sees:-aaa:-::e1'ff-f---'V A A , .. ,V N 1 in .. . .,.. ,UQ .M .. -.., .Q E. A. COUTCHIE Ideal Market MEATS, GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TELEPHONES 40 AND 41 15308 Center Avenue Cl S. Armington PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION 15339 Center Avenue Telephone Harvey 47 - - ,. 1 , 0, t .A - , ...-2 ea. 1 fs---. Your Witness With eyes that see not, ears that hear not, and a mouth that speaks not, yet he is a wit- ness of much. If he could but see, hear, and speak, what tales would he unfold to us? Words of wisdom and of sorrow and joy would we hear. He knows of all things that have gone on in this school for many years, in fact, since 1929. Students' ambitions and future possibilities could be told if he would but speak. He stands on his bronze pedestal as mute evidence of a historic past. The statue of Abraham Lincoln, one of our be-st 'beloved presidents, is one of the most impressive sights in the whole building. Lincoln, "The Martyred President," was the outstanding figure in the Civil Wlar peri- od. At various times in his life he was a clerk, fiatlboatman, surveyor, rail-splitter, store- keerper, lawyer, memtber of the Illinois State Legislature, and President of the United States. Isabel Beauty Shop Waves of Distinction SEEDS-FLOUR-FEEDS Thompson's Naturelle and Bonat Feed Store -l 15244 BROADWAY 15341 Center Avenue, Harvey, Ill. HARVEY Telephone Harvey 84 TELEPHONE 76 WE DELIVER C. W. Smith Motor Sales, Inc. Authorized Dealers 15240 Broadway Page One Hundred Twenty-six Telephone Harvey 1850 q,,:-see -iff I ' ' I .N - - . --. .. f , . A -1 ' .-.j,.wx4,. .,,' , - .. Q. -,- h-. I , . ...ws f..., - av . 5-. -1-gn, 'r -. 4. . . Mwst: Xxtlgwiw .A In Y ,..,..:,,x..Q,m,3,.- Q J 1 . Jif..,:-:X-E., n f- . X X 5. I . . N.-ns" at . 'Fm .-- .. ' TQ--."-if-'1'::afV " -- Amer," M --A U- . . . . ' . -1 Q"'71-Ef.:G..z . 225, rv' ,-.-.ts-...-,nf-Jsdf - , X: . J.,-A ' "'?"" ' " ' ' -. "-- - I 1--.-.-I-es.w.f...1wfss.-.f.u-n g,,. .E ' .' A - L'-,J 1 ' I Ia,..1fQ,:q5,2egg.,1:g.1 -gl .155--W 1-,.s,,.-..y wg- -J"-ls. Q L25 2, ----wg, I ...- ,V ,,f. . -, . - f.,s,..W, A , F . ., A W, . . A , , y, .. . , . . , . Monday His face is shining' as he walks, But once near school he alwmost balks. When he hears the bells all ring, He wishes he could take to wing. And as the day progresses, The teachers mark his guesses. When his grades are not so good, To him his head seems made of wood. But when his day in school is through, He doe-sn't feel quite so blue. Albert J. Olson "INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS" Phone: Harvey 362 138 EAST 154TH STREET Harvey, Illinois Hoyer Wall Paper and Paint Co. PAINTS-WALL PAPER Adler F uneral Home 98 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois GLASS AMBULANCE SERVICE PAINTERS SUPPLIES Call Harvey 699 HOMEWOOD PHONE 298 Gordon Adler, Licensed Embalmer Mgrriggnfg Authorized Distributors Home-made Ice Cream BUILDS WINNERS EAT PLENTY OF IT GOOD LUCK TO THORNTON GRADUATES More Heat Gm' s Less Cost. C o Fewer Ashes N0 Smoke Made in Chicago FOSTER COAL CO. 14800 Loomis Ave. Harvey 990 First Trust and Savings Bank Riverdale, Illinois HOME OF SAFE AND CONSER VATI VE BANKING D . I d BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE eposlt-9 nsure CORPORATION ..... XVASHINGTON, D. Q. 35,000-Maximum insurance for each Depositor-85,000 Page One Hundred Twenty-S K f am Q' Sf' RQSQ' 4544 J"-cv - A - . L -iz , . "--. lfirvia-1. I 1 V '-P., ....'::: 1' . . 'K 1- L f-'egg . f f""'I " 2:53 ,532-M. -1 - ' 'ix,L'55fi--,.--A --. -. "' -f 'T' '-5'kf'f'4v.E-f?sf:1k"5 V ' 7 - fr gs Q fi g A - -1-ve-fx 72-Y.--"1 ' ,- ' . '-A. -L - .gr fr . ' 1 - , I A I k , - r M5111-5 . -- 1. ,K 1 A 'XS' -gjegzgiygf-,..'-. 'fezibtat . ..?f.. -fx. -If L - , , " ' H , ' ' 'F iw.-:fu-Ji ' '-Jw?-2-1-'-f'-"' Q , ' V A . 5 4.11 s . .-- " , x - , M A . . . .,,-..g.,-:J-."f-,'f:. - , .A pg , V 1 , -, Q- -,rv v ..v,L -. .,, r . ' - ,'-,j. .--,.,,f-g5gy,.,i:-, fra-Q, , ., 1 Y s i . 1, 4 , v as. I ' R-- v ii '-' -, of A' 4 . , v' .,i. ,:,,,5.,,, ,,. -'P '-1515 ,"". V .w-- 4.4, -M ' U , A.. . xg-sq., 'V I N Compliments of Enterprise Pattern Works Arnold-Haderer Sinclair Service Station 152nd and Morgan Phone 3480 and 158th and Park Phone 3415 LIZZIG Hark you lovers of the open road! Do you know what will become of your bones after you have passed into the next world? An example of hobo bones can be found in Lizzie, the school's skeleton. Its real home is a glass case in Mr. Price's biology room, but it is seen frequently walking the halls to the various rooms to be used in the study of anatomy. The General Biology Supply House fwhere the skeleton was purchased by the school, did not merely walk into some hobo camp and pick up the dead tramps for this purpose. It has no right to do this, without the consent of the person whose corpse is to 'be taken. This they must purchase from the tramp while he is still alive Qeasy money for the tramp, iehlj and make it their business to locate the corpse after the person is dead. The tramp needn't worry whether his corpse is delivered to the rightful owner, and the only thing he ever cares about anyway is the money he receives for selling his own body. For Over 11 Years ELECTRICAL C ON TRAC T O1RiS AND DEALERS IN FRI GIDAIRES THE HWONOVER EASY WASHENRS AND IRONERS Your Patronage Appreciated Johnson Electric Co. 1850 Ridge Road, Homewood, Ill. Telephone Homewood 266 'Q Kickert Bros. 15327 Broadway, Harvey, Ill. HARVEY 124 South Holland Trust Sf' Savings Bank South Holland, Illinois Safety - Service BY 05,000 22521151256 255,000 Page One Hundred Twenty-eight 5354" 'Deity , A . Y, 5 -.- , - .'a,.,-.,-" . -' . , .S ."f'-'1"i3"'IK"N . ' .K-' .ui L-T'-f'-'f "'-A - - -- '-- v ' . V, ggi- P- ig 1,,.-.4 . .- -',:-'iw 'A' . ' -'in-.-3535,-' -'sl fu - - I Y . c' -. - . .:- , ,. , ' t,--. 'c x ' . ' 5 fv."- 1.1 . . -, ' '-"- "fl-W--if-'L---1:-cial-5... . 'A .' ' ' - me J - -kg, 1,f'.'I,fQ g. - - . A 4. ,. , - ..- I '. A xv 1.1 NJN- --,'.r.'- jig vi'-" .N"'-1:-1 M - . '. , -4"'- -7 '.e--J .--: -- ,,- : ur ,gs ,. '-an-,.-.. - .-- I . - I g t.-eggs., .1..,. ,, 1-f . , . - - - ...I L I., ,W-U r - - Lizzie may be called a neutral gender, for its bones originally came from not one, but several persons. In every body there are sev- eral imperfect bones, which, when making up a skeleton, must be re-placed :by perfect ones from the bodies of the same size. Since a hobo carries with him 208 separate bones, which are constantly beting abused by such things as rough train conductors and police- men's feet, it is easy to understand why many of his bones are imperfect. Just in case someone finds a stray corpse and intends to use the skeleton, let us as- sure him that Mr. Brookley is breathlessly awaiting the opfportunity to give a few thou- sand hellpful pointers on how to precpare it. If you use the right brand of persuasion, he might even put your finished work near the gol-dfrsh. Maybe a bum's position is somewhat to be envied, for, does he not leave something be- hind him for others to remember him iby fhis, sk-eletonj, while most others are forgot- ten. Harvey News Agency, Inc. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES 170 East 154 Street FOR BETTER MEATS Go to the American Meat Market 155 East 154th Street Phone Harvey 996 "Our work is up to a standard and not down to a price" ..... Vogue Beauty Salon 164 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois TELEPHONE HARVEY 60 TOOLING LEATHEQR LINING LEATHER LACCING-TOIOELS INSTRUCTION BOOKS, ETC. OUR CA'1lALOvG DESPGRIBES MANY ARTICLES OF INTEREST T0 THE LEATHER TRADE OSBORN BROS. 223 Jackson Boulevard Chicago, Illinois 4 ' ' li Hattie Geiman Millinery-Hemstitching 1 Kimball Pianos and Radios Singer Sewing Machines SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS 14-7 EAST 154-th STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS Page One Hundred Twenty-nine -Vex' 6435! ' 'U' - '-Ya. v' .01 - - ,n- . . f ' ' .. ' -jffqyb -'..'.- H- , -,gs - - . rr nb '-'-11"-1 .. -, . A , 4.-sv , J -Q . 4: 1 A. , ' ' P . f ',.- ' ,."'1'1"y,:':-,-ffL.1,,, ' , "Mig, -eq,-.12-.,,--.,,-., .gl . 1. I- N 'K my Y- -V V . I - , -.,--TNA 4,1 V - gf- :W,,,s,,.-gg., ,J ,A V., . , --- ga, .W-I. ' - - ' ' : V- ' ' '--zfgv ', 2,,g,, , -gx,...f- ,- - , Q -camfger-gp.-Le. ' E..-ai. ..+.....- fx .eww -- I ' ' 7 - " '. A .. ..gw3'4JRC.r.:'h'7:.,nsv:.-s:-.r,..f-.:1f"- ' , i , ,. W. 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Q.--' ,f V- ':, , st-' I . ,..1,gf-ff 1'-ff "-4' . ,v.j',..zL17-ffl:-"'f'14 . - .- at . V",-sera-4 'H 1, g, . -.5 fs-' We-1' , -. "- -.'-win' - ' ' , A . . .,,, --. . - - , .-.v'..4.- H Q . . 4 Ls.-. J. ..:eg', gafrv. ,+.-1. - ,Q ,,u,,,lL.-1-lf. D - V. Y. HH: Ji: , . pig.-,I -1 a-f K -- ' V A LQ- . tn ' - 'if--.f--"eL,.v.b..:-1f:'pw.lf-c'Am,,,. .. 'T' - fy 1' I x V A . '53 '-. P-v3i4'71'5'-'-112-.--4534-' I--ff"-iw.-.fill f--' 'f .S 7.,..g,. . . -V .., .. - . . - I A X' .J ,M- From Apollo "Heh! Heh! don't know who I am, do you? Heh! Heh! Onf course you don't know now, but you will later on. You'll worry and fuss and fret about me, but Iwon't go away, oh, no, I'lI just stay there and stay there. My best fun 'comes before the prom. Ha, ha, you should see Betty Workman trying to cover me up, 'but I wouldn't be covered up. No sir, not me. "I sneak up on 'em and catch them una- wares. They browse in the sun, and feel the pleasant warmt-hg but then, ah yes, then I come in. I leave father Aipollo, and 'Zing,' there I am on their noses. I like that place best. The lboys don't mind me, lbut the girls hate me, fuss at me, get made at me, and try to cover me up, but I fool them. The foolish things, if they only knew I added to their charm, they would leave me alone. Now these modern girls want to be sophisticated and won't leave a poor little freckle like me alone." .nl Dugdalefs' Lubritorium Dixie Hiway and Ridge Road HOMEWOOD TELEPHONE 681 MOBIL GAS-MOBIL OIL Guaranteed Lubrication Goody Car Tires Complete Electrical Service The Station where SERVICE and QUALITY Reign. COMPLIMENTS OF Van's Photo Service J. W. Van Vorst '25 PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTOS KODAK FINISHING 15428 BROADWAY HARVEY TELEPHONE 2127-J W. L. Voss Market 178 East 154th Street TELEPHONES 1800-1801 WE DELIVER Page One Hundred Thirty-one A - - - ..,5,1f'e.ff..?.1-f..'r .J ' ""-if'-"LF A-..: .,,,- ""'1A: ,"5 -" 4ffigf,?g Q ,,.,,, M f V . ., 4 -N . ' ffl :rw -' . E - .. ' 7 l' - 542 1 v ii i ' O E B E L v Ideal Teacher G' BOOT SHOP S kffhis vbenevolent. indly-looking' person is none other than the QUALITY SHOES ideal teacher. It may AT be the twinkle in his eye or the way he MODERATE combs his hair th at PRICES first attracts attention, 102 East 154th Street but it is something deeper and more last- ing that makes the little muses love this won- derful god. Announcing Our New Motor Tune-up Machine and Service COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE St. J ohn's Barber Shop REPAIRING Prompt, Efficient Service fit . Always Communlty SGYVICC 1 S I 19 Eas1:i?gLltl1nStreet 15341 CEEQEEYAVENIJE Telephone Harvey 3347 Compliments and Good Wishes B. J. KESL CO. Jewelry Manufacturers of Class Rings, Pins, Medals, Fraternity, and Club Pins Established 1920 159 N. State Street Chicago, Illinois Telephone Central 4-652 Suite 700 Page One Hundred Thirty-two ' - f - ..., -,,,. ' , V: v ,J ,eff '4 ' .I - ,Q ,. gg ! - -J ' t 1 1 - . f -fe-,1 7 'HHH " -K' . , ..af,::1S?,3:-ft' ,- ,if-a'Q'j'. -1,-375, V" E 9- - wears- - ., A. .. ,faf.eew- s- I . J ' ' 'w'-'-i'9',n .. ..Q,,gfr fi.-ag,-ykaelsggf " V 1 ,V VA ,Ji J 15. A - A ,3a,',. 9.23,--.4 I .A , , ' ,f . -Q ,, , , . ' """"T'-7ihfW'C9i' g- ., ' I ' I ' . ,v 1. .."-U ,L i 1 5, , . . A ' ' ' Q. . 'I'-ifg 'Mi'-i "v: f4x Q i- t "" " +' '-' " -- -2'-' - 1 ' He is the teacher who does not scold if someone is a few seconds late. He never gives long, difficult assignments, nor does he spring' a test the last day before vacation. Demerits? He doesn't believe in bothering his pupils with those evil cards. Perhaps if you're very quiet you may slip by him in the halls. Of course, he is no one teacher, but a composite of all the good in your favorite teachers. Alas, like myths, the ideal teacher will never be known we fear, Anton Sterker Tailor Shop FINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING 15405 Center Avenue, Harvey, Ill. Telephone Harvey 1372 E. L. Sausaman ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES HOME AND FACTORY WIRING 191 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois YOUTHFUL BEAUTY Homewood Beauty Shoppe Ruby Kavanaugh, Prop. All Branches of BEAUTY CULTURE 1849 Ridge Road HOMEWOOD PHONE 295 Cleaning T hatk Different FOR GOOD WORK AND SERVICE CALL HARVEY 1600 Hoekstra Cleaning Company Page One Hundred Thirty th ' Cal. if-qi, web-Q-ex 'f- --v ,-- gs.-: --1 4. ' '- - : faqs . --Q -g ,. - .., v. - ' . ..-qt , f'1z.z5s :Q g , N ' VJ- 4. g . Egg ,-1-f f . 1 .L. --,px - T, . . ,-, , QQ 1-i.-.1-'f.-4,.,1 , e - 5. I, -f ...gf .- .:.,4 A Q 31- J fn." ,:'Ai"':'f 731. ' ,"' ,-' J' K 'U'5aex -ec' Allixfifu- , ,- -1 f -- , , -' .343-.1---A ,. - . , e. . . -- . --f - -' - . V' - - ' ' V -'.1z,,..,t v-. ' V A ... ',...l.1 : , . ....., . J 1-' 5. -2- M,-,-yi., ".- : yy? ---.: 4:gr"'x t , - V AL -' A . " -L ,V-K,4:,g..: 41-asf.,-xg L1-Q'--c.-.,.5f,,,. - Jif 'A '.- . 1' -1,-P31 , - o b'-:A . fl 534-, , M - , H .2 - - 'n-' , , A "' L ' . 'f.' .- ff pX:.,. ,,, ,.:v, 'f' ---- -.-ef..-: . 'ff A' V' ' . .--3'G.1Ts-rms? ""'A- '-i'13'.:"iJx" .'f,,'? -- " . - , j "All of us have Thorntonites!" said the students in Mr. Wib1e's homeroom, "Now, do we get our picture in the yearbook?" This query was a result of the offer for the pic- ture of the first freshman or sophomore homeroom to report one hundred peir cent sales for the issue numlber four. As soon as Eugene had started Wible-ward with the camera, quick reports came from Miss Wat- terman's, Mr. B1-ookley's, Mr. Beeiman's, and Mr. Johnson's freshmen! Poor seniors and juniors arriviing later found not enough pa- pers to go around. It was a gay day! "Quality Parts for All Cars" Full Line of Machine-Shop Service Motive Parts Company of America, Inc. 15307 Broadway J. W. Oliver Ed Co. Harvey's Oldest Drug Store 168 East 154th St. TELEPHONE HARVEY 1 Harvey, Ill. FOUNTAIN LUNCH Phone Harvey 840. Night phone 374 T. T. H. S. Es? J. C. Parent-Teacher Association Orggmim-tl 1930 A partnership of home and school VICE-PRESID ENTS: Mrs. H. J. Anders Mrs. R. R. Newell Mrs. W. T. Newman Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs. . lRgolbert Blue H. M. Rowlette J. Gouwens William Hopkins George Knox Page One Hundred Thirty-foul' President: Mrs. E. E Delano Secretary: Miss Vera Crites Fin. Secretary: Mr. Joseph Stephens Treasurer: Mr. C. R. Maddox Historian: Mr. S. M. Lowden Parliamentarian: Mr. C. B. Price. me -'L,.-'PIE 'L V . 'W4' 'Lr'4" ...-,I "2 5.v"'4 -, lt?-:::: f L, V gluing 'vc lf - V V MJ,-,L:'1 .:,5.- J v,5..J,55.,i-Lf. -f' f ' ,LQ A - - :- . ,-- , - . 1.--" 1, ,,-'- ' ,., - -,-y.'-:'-eva' V- , 117, wh -- M.. .n.-gf 1 , -.,: rl . ,5 1 ,,,.f v ' -ff-" ' - ' '""""-"'-Civ"-f----f-"H-.-f-fr-il:m,. ., - ' . - , - ' - , , , . H" A V From the rambling, yellow schoolhouse Go three hundred fifty graduates. Some will come to fame and honorg Some may Win the nation's laurels. Each will make the World around him Seem a better place to live in If he spreads the Thornton Spirit- Ever helpful, cheerful, kind. Standard Photo p Engraving Company 337 West Madison Street Chicago P One Hundred A ' ' -' ' " ' .V .,, , . io, L , .-N - ' . , 1 J' , V . f p rt?" 1 1., , , t f-sw-seal A l I f ' r , V ,. .2 Z --it r in H A .--Qkzyzlaikggi:-,, E- , f- .. r -in-?:Y!.1'-"'5vfw - . .,..isk 5, .. .. Y, , ...s F . 1' P ' to I " ' wp ' - we - A- 1: Q-- ,, ---at f 1 -' H-I-1' -- ' mf s c. c- .s:,f.c-1i,.'-4' g. Thorntonite Year Book The student editors and the staff who compiled this book are deserviii of commendation for their efforts. They have shown rare ability and resourcefulness and the results of their efforts will compare favorably with the year books of former years and with th.ose of other schools. The Harvey Tribune Page One Hundred Thirty-si The craftsmen who produced this year book also produce The Harvey Tribune. 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