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

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Q 1 1 1 '. nm 1 wk, "1'1I,'1' 411 1, wif! 151151311 1 wh? 1' NH THUWUNHH 1 TWENTY - THIRD YEARBOOK THORNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL ' HARVEY, ILLINQI5 ln presenting this 1938 year- boolc the staff has endeavored to give the reader a glimpse of stu- dent lile on Thornton's campus and to depict accurately each branch of the institution and the students' association with it. The layout, art worlc, and literary style have been planned to lend the boolc tone and individualistic qualities. It is hoped on some day in the distant future when this year is but a faded shadow, this bool: will be upturned from some dusty heap, and as the pages are eagerly leafed, the mind will Follow each memory back to the happy days at Thornton. HOPING TO PLEASE THE STUDENTS THE 1938 STAFF PRESENTS THIS BOOK lTUNiiNiS Foreword . . 4 Memorial to Miss Reason . 9 Dedication . . 10 Administration . 12 Classes . . 22 School Life . . 72 Athletics . . . 110 Advertising and Feature . .124 ORD OF TEN HAPPY MONTHS PEEPS FROM OUT THESE PAG :fad A 1 UNDER THESE STURDY ARCHES PASS EAGER YOUTH IN PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE AMONG LASTING MEMORIES OF A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS WILL DWELL THIS SPARKLING FOUNTAIN QQ 5 .nw SEV' x THIN THESE STATELY PORTALS IS OUR NOBLE SEAT OF LEARNI IN MEMORIAM Nina M. Reason 1904-1938 "SHE HATH DONE WHAT SHE COULD" I"IER Iiappy, geniaI spirit, Iier Iwonesty and steadiastness oi ciiaracter sIWaII forever be an inspiration to tiiose of us Wino waII4ed with Iier at Iiwornton. As siwe Ied us in time classroom, so sIiaII siwe Iead us on to tI'ie greater tiiings oi Iiie which sine inspired Gil Iwer students to seeIc. A GRACIOUS PERSON WHOSE LIFE MADE MORE BEAUTIFUL THE LIVES OF THOSE WHO KNEW HER THE 1938 TI-IORNTONITE STAFF HOPES THIS CLIFFORD RI-IEA MADDOX PI1.D. EDITION IS WORTHY OF ITS DEDICATION. To Clillord Rhea Maddox, Ph.D. Whose tireless effort and lasting service have enriched our student life, whose presence has inspired our thoughts and whose humor has added sunshine, who, as freshman class principal for the past nine years, has started each succeeding class upon the road to higher education, we, the Class of 1938, dedicate this twenty-third volume of The -lhorntonite. IN SINCEREST APPRECIATION FOR MOST VALUABLE LEADERSHIP WE DEDICATE THIS BOOK HUMlN lEHWlUN 5938 """" hum: ,M,m is PNN- e. .rms NNW, 5 xg N5 immwnq 'ivaukm ,sg .W ' "W ww-V ..,..,,N - 4 Q1 W' f ,+. WW mm ,-In L , 3' .SLA -up mm www wow mmf, ,D sam mm an mm mf..- nm ,mm nw wwf' ,...,.M f ww- H W Alanna " 'R' up A '4 Eff 7 ' . A ' i aovdlm 1, .ww x,,.,M Q .Nw ,f,j5fl?" A. H. McDOUGALL President Board of Education Member of Board since 1913 GEORGE P. FISHER Member of Board since 'I933 HARRY A. MALONE -Member of Board 'I935-T938 BOARD OF EDUCATION G. H. GIBSON Vice-president of Board Member of Board since 'IQIQ HERBERT S. DICKINSON Member of Board T935-'I938 CLARENCE W. WAASO Secretary of Board since 'I933 Elected April, 'I938 WILLIAM R. BRANDT-CHARLES E. WATERMAN THE MEN WHOSE DISCRETION MAKE THORNTO N AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING MR. WILLIAM GUIDING 9,00 E. MCVEY, A. M. Holding friendship our dearest human bond, Mr. W. E. lVlcVey personifies a friendly attitude. He encourages the Faculty and students to hold all visitors in highest esteem. As a result, even the most casual guest remembers Thornton For its hospitable atmosphere. 0 PUPILS TOWARDS SUCCESS, HE WINS THEIR LASTING FRIENDSHIP O. FRED UMBAUGH Wittenberg College, AB., A.lVl., University of Chicago, Dean of Boys, Adviser ol Publications, Head of English Department. HELENE E. WILSON University of Wisconsin, AB., A.lVl., Oxford, England, Northwestern Uni- versity, Superior State Teachers' College, Dean of Girls, English Department. JOSEPH B. STEPHENS University ol Chicago, BS., A,fVl., lndiana University, Principal ol Senior Class, Mathematics Department. J. F. ZIMMERMAN University of Chicago, l3h.l3., A.lVl,, University o inois Class, National Youth Administration Representative, Head ol Civics and llll jprincipal ol ,lunior Economics Department. THEODORE R. BIRKHEAD lllinois State Normal University, B.Ed,, State University of lovva, MS., Principal of Sophomore Class, General Science Department. CLIFFORD R. MADDOX Georgetown College, BS., University ol Chicago, A.lVl., l3h.D,, George Peabody Teachers' College, Supervisor of lnstruction, Principal of Freshman Class. AMBER ELLIS Morningside College, A.B., West Sub- urban Hospital, Oak Park, R.N., Durand Contagious Disease Hospital, University of Chicago, School Nurse, Home Eco- nomics Department. FLORENCE E. WATERMAN Baldwin Wallace College, Lewis In- stitute, B.S., Manager of Cafeteria. MATTIE E. GARDNER Librarian of High School. I' 1-Lux' Th' M' CLARA I. STALKER University of Michigan, A.B., University of Chicago, Northwestern University, University of Illinois, Supervisor of Study Halls, Sponsor of S. S. S. C., English Department. LEONE H. BENSON Drake University, A.B., University of Chicago, Harvard University, English Department. VERA A. CRITES Wilmington College, A.B., Columbia University, University of Chicago, Uni- versity ol Cincinnati, A.M., English Department. GRACE HOLTON Dulce University, A.B., A.M., University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, English Department. LOUDENE ANDERSON Tennessee College, University of lllinois, A.B., A.M., Instructor of Jour- nalism, Adviser of Ouill and Scroll, English Department. O. V. HIGH Bethany College, Chicago Normal, University of Chicago, B.S., De Paul University, Purchasing Agent, Social Science Department. WILLIAM C. FOWLER Calvin Technical School, Winnipeg, Canada, Superintendent of Building and Grounds. CHARLOTTE MICHAELSEN University of Chicago, Ph.B., Simmons College, B.S., Librarian of High School. MAE M. SEXAUER University of lllinois, A.B.,, North- western University, Columbia Univer- sity, English Department. SAMUEL M. LOWDEN Indiana University, A.B., University of Chicago, English Department. ELMER C. OHLERT University of Chicago, Ph.B., Chicago Theological Seminary, Northwestern School of Speech, Debate Coach, Eng- lish Department. FREDA DICKSON University ol Iowa, A.B., A.M., Uni- versity ol California, English Depart- ment. CZARNA MOECKER University of Chicago, Ph.B., A.M., American Conservatory ol Music, Art Institute of Chicago, English Depart- ment. JANE MARIE SMITH University of Illinois, A.B., A.M., Uni- versity oi Chicago, English Department. EVERDINE KEATING University ol Illinois, B.S., Northwestern University, A.M., Columbia University, English Department. FLORENCE WUNDERLICH University ol Chicago, Ph.B., College de Ia Guilde, Universite de Grenoble, Universite de Paris, Middlebury Col- lege, A.M., Adviser of French Club, Language Department. MARGARET ARFORD Northwestern University, A.B., A.M., Adviser ol Latin Club, Language De- partment. PHILIP W. McDOWELL University ol Illinois, A.B., A.M,, Ad- viser ol Spanish Club, Language Depart- mefit. ROGER B. SMITH Kalamazoo College, B.S., Purdue Uni- versity, University of Chicago, Mathe- matics and Business Department. DON C. ALLEN Oberlin College, B.S., A.B,, Head of Chemistry Department, Director of Band. CHARLES B. PRICE University of Illinois, B.S., University of Chicago, Biological Department. LILLIAN M. CONLEY Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, University of California, Ber- lceley, University ol Southern California, B.S,, A.M., Dramatics, English Depart- ment. MILDRED E. ANDERSON Tufts College, A.B., Universite de Paris, Northwestern University, A.M., French Department ol High School and ,lunior College, Head of High School Lang- uage Department, Dean of Women of Junior College, Sponsor of junior Col- lege Co-ed Club and French Club. R. D. McWILLIAMS Knox College, A.B., University ol Chi- cago, University oi Fribourg, Switzer- land, National University of Mexico, Adviser of German Club, Language Department. A. F. KOESTER University of Iowa, A.B., University oi South Dakota, A.M., Language De- partment. GUY PHILLIPS University of North Dalcota, A.B., Uni- versity ol Chicago, A.M., Head of Mathematics Department. VELMA MAGILL Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College, University of Illinois, B.S., M.S,, Mathe- matics Department. t ARTHUR C. BROOKLEY Ohio State University, B.S., University ol Chicago, University of Wyoming, University ol Illinois, Indiana University, Head ol Biological Department. PAUL G. WIBLE Indiana University, A.B., A.M., Wash- ington University, Biological Depart- mefll. PAUL S. GODWIN DePauw University, A.B., University ol Illinois, M.S., Adviser of Camera Club, I-lead of Physics Department. JOSEPH W. T. HARNEY University of Notre Dame, SB., Uni- versity of Chicago, A.M., Assistant Freshman Class Principal, General Sci- ence and Chemistry Departments, FRED W. RING University ol Chattanooga, BS., Uni- versity of Illinois, M.S., Chemistry Department. FLORENCE W. SAMUELS Graduate American Conservatory of Music, Columbia University, Music Appreciation, Chorus, Director of Girls and Boys Glee Clubs, I-lead of Music Department, resigned Christmas vaca- tion. MARY MCCALL University of Chicago, AB., Chicago Conservatory of Music, Music Depart- ment. CELESTE NOEL University ol Missouri, BS, University of California, Columbia University, A.M., Adviser of I-listory Club, I-Iistory Department. JENNIFER E. HANCE University of Iowa, A.B., ID., Columbia University, A.M., State Bar ol Iowa, Federal Bar, Civics and Law Depart- ment. ERIC j. BRADNER OccidentalCollege,A.B.,Northwestern University, A.M., University of South- LEONARD L. SCHILB Central Missouri Teachers' College, BS- University of Chico o AM . . g . .V I-Iedd of General Science Depbrtmenti C. L. BEIER Illinois State Normal, B.Ed., University of lovva, M.S., University of Colorado, General Science Department. WILLIAM H. MONTELIUS Graduate ol Shradielc School, Two Years' Study Abroad, Two Seasons at Ysaye, Instructor of Violin and Or- chestra Conclucting, Columbia School of Music, Music Department. IRENE OLSON Cosmopolitan School of Music, B.M., De Paul University, Music Appreciation, Chorus, Director of Girls' and Boys Glee Clubs, Music Department. CLARENCE C. STEGMEIR Northern Illinois State Teachers' Col- lege, University ol Chicago, Ph.B,, A.M., I-lead ol I-listory Department. MARIE D. WEIS University of Chicaao, Ph.B., A.M., Adviser of I-listory Club, I-Iistory De, partment. ALICE EICHHORN Northwestern University, B.S., A.M., Civics Department. EVA L. LIEBER Depauw University, Balls' Teachers' Col- lege, Gregg School, University of Chi- ern California, Adviser to I-listory Club, cago, Ph.B., I-lead of BusinesslDepart- Debate Coach, I-listory Department. ment. MARIE M. HENNIGAN University of Montana, A.B., University of California, University of Michigan, Business Department. VELMA WRAY Illinois College, A.B., Whitewater Teachers College, University of lllinois, Business Department. MARGUERITE E. FRUIN Illinois State Normal University, B.Ed., University of I-lavvaii, St. Viator Col- lege, De Paul University, Business De- partment. GERTRUDE RAHN University of Illinois, B.S., University of Chicago, Columbia University, Ad- viser of I-Iome Economics Club, I-lead of I-lome Economics Department. ELIZABETH M. FORD Indiana State Teachers' College, B.S., I-I e Economics Department. 'r f MQ. DOROTHEA THIEL ArtT'lnstitute of Chicago, B. of A.E., University of Illinois, Columbia Uni- versity, University of Chicago, Art Adviser of Yearbook, Sponsor of Art Club, I-lead of Art Department. LAWRENCE BRITTON Purdue University, B.S. in ME., Uni- versity of lllinois, University of Indiana, Vocational Director, Pre-Engineering Department of junior College. DANIEL P. VAN ETTEN Indiana State Normal College, Bradley Polytechnic, Earlham College, Purdue University, Industrial Arts Department. EDITH OLSON Knox College, A.B., Business Depart- mefit. ELVA W. MARTIN University of lllinois, B.S., NLS., Business Department. LILLIAN W. NIELSEN University of Illinois, A.B., College of St. Francis, Illinois Commercial College, Business Department. WILMA V. REED University of lllinois, B.S., Columbia University, University oi Chicago, SM., I-lome Economics Department. NELLIE BIELFELDT Northern Illinois State Teachers' Col- lege, B.E., I-lome Economics Depart- ment. MARIE HUNGAR Art Institute of Chicago, B. of A.E., University of Chicago, Art Department. -r e Ks ,wx-xx X, .. X vw CHARLES R. BEEMAN Columbia University, B.S., Industrial Arts Department. BERT B. ANDERSON University of lllinois, Northern Illinois State Teachers' College, Colorado State College, Industrial Arts Depart- ITISHI. RAYMOND F. LILLEY Washington University, Beloit College, University ol Wisconsin, University ol Illinois, Colorado State College, ln- dustrial Arts Department. H. J. MILLER University ol Illinois, B.S., University ol Indiana, Sponsor ol Chess and Checlcer Cluv, Industrial Arts Department. K. JACK LIPE University of Illinois, B.S., Indiana Uni- versity, Director of Boys' Physical Educa- tion Department. THIELEN B. HUDDLESTUN University of Illinois, B.S. in Ed, Boys' Physical Education Department. MARTHA G. CARR Butler College, Battle Creek School of Physical Education, Indiana University, AB., Columbia University, ANI. Ad- viser of W. A. A., Head of Girls' Physical Education Department. DOROTHY HAUTAU University ol Illinois, B.S., De Pauvv University, Adviser of G. A. A., Girls' Physical Education Department. HELENA L. HADERER Office Assistant. AMY SELKIRK Ollice Assistant ANDREW A. WINTERBAUER Bradley Polytechnic, Sweeney Auto School, Illinois State Normal University, University of Illinois, Industrial Arts Department. HARMON D. ROBERTS University of Illinois, B.S., MS., Uni- versity of Southern California, lndus- trial Arts Department. GILBERT R. VALBERT University ol Illinois, B.S., MS., Boys' Physical Education Department ol I'-Iigh School and Junior College, FRANK FROSCHAUER University ol Illinois, B.S., Northwestern University, Boys' Physical Education De- partment. MARTHALOU GRAY Indiana University, B.S., NIS., Adviser of Recreation Club, Girls Physical Education Department. CONSTA NCE LOVEIOY Knox College, B.S., Moser Business College, Secretary to Mr, McVey. NELLIE WESTERBERG Thornton ,Iunior College, Ollice Assist- ant. MARGARET NEWELL Ollice Assistant. QYUUWS mag R I , Jimi' f " 'R Q, 1 -, K 5 . -AZ! ,li 3,31 4 iff, ' A Yi' X gh Q rt, Vw, , fs! - if 5 gf, Qi. I Ai if . . 'V up ,557-I Wm .. 'ik 2 fs E9 ga, In , fm - Q '? M' f wx ik , Egg f- Z 0 fx fl uw 'N- ' 3 ' ,255 R5 'S wifi W 1 - SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 3 Standing-TOM NEWMAN. 'I'reasi1rs-rg IEAROLD Gnuwr-:Ns. First Vit-1--pr:-siiie-nt: BnT1'Y SHU- Mixnn. Se-rmiii Yin--pre-sirit-:it Smtrile-Imwls IJIAMVIERH Pr silent BET H 4- . . i. ., i- i - 3 TE ANNEN. Sr-1 rc-tary. Lets see now, in just a few Fleeting days we'Il be struggling with "pomp and Circumstancef' A pensive reminiscence brings back many red-letter days, but . . . it's the senior days that were the good old days. The seniors plunged forward with I.ew Hammers as their chief. I-Iarold Gouwens, Betty Shumard, Bette Hansen, and Tom Newman were selected as his assistants. The Girls club advanced with Ada Mae e ano as its president, and Claude Kinsey was the choice of the Boys club. Many other seniors were elected to office in various clubs. "Three Cornered Moon" went over with Evelyn Haines, Tom Newman, ,Jervis Zimmerman and Marian D d lc' h ' ' ' u e in t e cast. By that time, Nlaclc glones and Ada Golden were directing the yearbook worlc, and other journalism students were winning honors. ,lames.BerIcIey, Donald Eorlc, Bette Hansen, August Karlson, George Kristinich, Nicholas Kupchiclc, D - - . . avid Pontius, jervis Zimmerman, Myra Gooden, Frances Hanson, hlaclc Jones, Albert Martin, Virginia Perry, john Ter Lo dIVI A ' W ' ' ' uw an arjorie oodrich merited the semester Loyal Order of Ihorntonites. Things went along as usual until April QQ and Q3-"Spring Prom" and such superb acting we'II never F I . 44 . 77 ll orget. Incidentally, the proceeds from Cappy Riclcs and the Spring I3rommers" brought us that lustrous curtain. Da-de-da-dummmmmmmmm and we bought our ticlfets for another grand band concert on May 6 Inter- A h mission. not er splendid orchestra and glee club concert, and we're right baclc where we started Aft . er four years of perfect harmony and happiness, as we drift out of our pleasant reverie, we only hope that every cap and gown will bring lifelong happiness and success to its wearer. THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE FUTURE, WHOSE HANDS WILL EVENTUALLY GUIDE THE NATION. HERBERT ABRAHAM Academic Course Dolton Chess and Checker club 1, Q, 3, Bus Monitor 3, Homeroom Representative Q, Orchestra 1, Q, Track 1, Q, Camera club 3, 4, Stamp club Q, 3, Science club 1, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q. EVELYN FRANCES ANDERSON Hazel Crest Commercial Course Swimming Pageant 4, Dance Recital 4, Riecgeation club 3, Home Economics cu 1. ZOE ANDREWS Harvey General Course Recreation club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Treasurer Q, EI Club Q, 3, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. IEANNE A. ARCHER Homewood Academic Course Class Senate 3, Hall Guard 3, Girls club Board of Control Q, junior Service Award 3, Division Chairman 3, Council 4, Swimming Pageant Q, 4, Dance Recital Q, Recreation club 3, Latini 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. ALMA A. ATKINSON Harvey General Course ELGARD BANIS Dolton Trade Course Bo s club Llsher 4, Hall Guard 4, Bus Y Monitor 4, "Growing Pains 3. IRMA BECKER Tinley Park Academic Course Dance Recital 3, Stamp club 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 3, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. URBAN BERGBAUER Harvey Academic Course Chess and Checker club 4, Secretary 4, Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 4, Recreation club 4, ra club 4 Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Came , Gamma Theta Sigma 4. RICHARD BERRY Homewood Trade Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Camera club 3, 4 President 3, 4, Lettermens club 3, 4' Cheer Leader Q, 3, 4. ROSE ADRAGNA Harvey Commercial Course SHIRLEY ANDERSON Tinley Park Academic Course Dance Recital 3, El Club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Art club 4. HARRIET ANKER South Holland Commercial Course Girls club Council Q, ,lunior Service Award 3, Co-chairman Mother and Daughter Tea 3, Camera club 3, Le Cercle Francais Q. HELEN ATHENS Harvey General Course Calumet high school 1, Q, 3. G.A.A. 4. MARJORIE BALDWIN Harvey Academic Course Class Treasurer 1, Girls club Division Chairman 1, Board of Control 4, Wel- fare 4, Business Projects 4, Safety club ' ' 4- Le 1, Recreation club 4, EI Club , Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Q, 3, Art club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Secretary-treas- urer 4, May Oueen Attendant 3, Activity Point Commission 4. BERNADINE BEARMAN Harvey General Course Loretto Academy 1, Q. Latini 1, Q, Le Cercle Francais 1, Home Economics club 1, Q. JAMES L. BECKTEL Harvey Academic Course Hi'Y Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Second D' "on in State Trumpet Contest Q, ivisi First Division in State Contest 3, Track - "1,ElClubQ, 4, Safety club 1, Q, Latini , 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4. JAMES BERKLEY Homewood Academic Course Hall Guard Q, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Or- chestra 1, 3, 4, Camera club Q, Stamp club 4, Latini 1, Le Cercle Francais - G Theta Q, 3, 4, Secretary 4, amma Sigma 4, "Spring Prom" 4, DOROTHY ANN BERSCHINSKI Riverdale Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, Council 3, Junior Service Award 3, Activity Point Commission 4, Chairman of Big Sister Committee 4, Dance Recital Q, Recreation club 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 1, 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook - fN..:II -MJ Qr-rnll 4, EDWARD BIEROVIC Harvey Commercial Course Hall Guard Q, Camera club Q, Stamp club 3. THOMAS BLACK Harvey Academic Course Class Senate 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Archery club 1, EI Club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. SIEGEL E. BOCK Riverdale Commercial Course Bus Monitor Q, 4. ADELE MAY BONNEMA Dolton Academic Course Glee club 3, 4, Die Deutsche Eclce 1. MARIE BRANKIN Harvey Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman 3, Junior Service Award 3, Council 4, Welfare 4, Business Projects 4, Social 4, Chair- man Christmas Welfare Project 4, Swim- ming Pageant 1, Q, 4, Dance Recital 4, Recreation club 4, EI Club 1, Q, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, 'I, Q, 3, 4. EUGENE BRUGGEMAN Thornton Trade Course Bus Monitor 9. VIVIAN BULL Harvey Commercial Course Recreation club 3, Safety club 1, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4 JOHN W. BURCH JR. Dolton Academic Course Hirsch high school 3. Boys club Stag Committee Q, Usher 4, Hall Guard 4, Hi-Y SZ, Latini 1. HILDA CAREY Harvey Commercial Course Dance Recital 4, Recreation club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. THADDEUS BIESIADA Posen Trade Course MARION BLANK Thornton Academic Course Recreation club 3, G.A.A. 9, Numerals Q WALTER BOHNSTENGEL Blue Island Trade Course Bus Monitor Q. JANET BOWMAN Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Council 3, Division Chairman 4, Social Q, Activity Point Commission 4, Glee club 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Q, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 3, 4. IRMA BRODERICK Harvey Academic Course Loretto Academy 1, Q. Dance Recital 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, EDWARD BUCZEK Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 4. LAWRENCE BULTMAN Dalton Trade Course SHIRLEY LEE CALLARMAN Harvey General Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, 3, Junior Service Award 3, Business Projects 4, Le Cercle Francais Q, 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Art club 4, Thorn- tonite 4, Yearbook 4, Yearbook Art staii 4. MABELLE CARLSON South Holland Commercial Course BLANCHE MARY CARR Tinley Park Academic Course Teachers' College high school 1, Q QGreeley, Coloradol. Dance Recital 3, Camera club 4, Art club 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook Art Staff 4. JOSEPHINE CAUTERUCCI Riverdale Commercial Course Washington high school 1. Safety Club 3, CHARLES HELEN CHARLTON Harvey Commercial Course EI Club 1, Q, 3, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4. ELIZABETH CHRISTENSEN Hazel Crest Academic Course Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Numerals 4, Yearbook 3. RALPH W. COBB Harvey General Course Hall Guard 3, 4. EVA COSMAN Riverdale General Course Dance Recital Q, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Art club 4, CJ.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4. PAUL W. CRANDALL Homewood Academic Course Hall Guard 4, Recreation club 4, Safety club 4, Camera club 4, Stamp club 3, 4. STANLEY CZECH Harvey General Course Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 4, Basketball 1, Q, Lettermens club 1, Q, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. GERDA DAMASCUS Dolton Academic Course Girls club Council 1, S.S.S.C. Q, 3, 4, Athedelphi 1, Secretary 1 , Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Thom Siama 4, Thorntonite 4, Debating ALBERT CASH Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 3, Stamp club 3, Safety club 4. CLARENCE CERES Harvey Academic Course Hi-Y 1, Q, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Foot- ball 1, Track 1, Q, State Track Meet Q, Golf 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, Recreation club 4, Safety club 3, 4. A. JACK CHRISTENSEN Harvey Trade Course Boys' club Stag Committee 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, State Drafting Contest 3, Recreation club 3, 4, Assistant Manager 4. EVIGENE LOIS CLOW Harvey Academic Course Dance Recital 3, 4, Latini 4, El Club Q, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ' .Luv T JM., , I 5.1 5' ' 'l -,if CLARA coHRs ' 1' Flossmoor Academic Course Girls club Council 4, Chairman of Mother and Daughter Tea 3, Dance Recital 3 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Die Deutslche Ecke 1, Q, 3, 4, Home Economics club 4. BETTY COSTON Harvey Home Economics club 1, Q, Secretary Q. General Course SUSAN CURRY Harvey Commercial Course Lincoln Cpontiac, Michiganj high school 1. Girls club Division Chairman 4, Business Projects 3, Junior Service Award 3, Welfare 3, Dance Recital 3, Swimming Pageant Q, 4, Recreation club 3, G. A.A. Q, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Board 4, Numerals 3. STEPHANIE H. CZECH Phoenix Commercial Course Recreation club 3, Stamp club 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Art club 4, G.A.A. 3, 4. CHARLES DECKELMAN Harvey Academic Course Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q. iw ADA MAE DELANO Harvey Academic Course Class Secretary 1, 3, Girls club President 4, Division Chairman 1, Council Q, 4, Board of Control 3, junior Service Award 3, House Committee SZ, 3, 4, Welfare 3, 4, Business Projects 1, Q, 3, 4, Social 1, Q, 3, 4, Library Aid 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Q, Swimming Pageant Q, 4, Dance Recital 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Stamp club 1, Q, 3, 4, Vice- president 3, El Club 1, Q, Vice-presi- dent Q, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, Numerals 1, May Oueen Attend- ant 3. AGNES DE YOUNG South Holland General Course EVELYN GENEVA DE YOUNG South Holland Commercial Course Home Economics club Q, G.A.A. 1. FRANKLIN C. DIEKMAN South Holland General Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, Safety club 1, 'Spring Prom" 4. RUTH MARY DORNHECKER Harvey Commercial Course SOPHIE DUNAAISKI Posen General Course FRED EIRICH Homewood Academic Course Hall Guard 4, Science club 1, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q, 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ROBERT F. DUCKROW Harvey Technical Course Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. RUTH ANNE ENGEL Riverdale Academic Course Girls club Council Q, Junior Service Award 3, Swimming Pageant 1, Sci- ence club 1, Q, Secretary 1, President 9, Latini 3, Secretary 3, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, Art club 4, G.A.A. 1. l-link f,-l-.AAI L.. .L..,.,.',.-..-- 1 THEODORE DERESS Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 1, Basketball 1. ARNOLD DE YOUNG South Holland Academic Course Hall Guard 3, 4. HENRY DE YOUNG South Holland Academic Course Hall Guard 3, 4. HELEN M. DOOLEN Harvey Academic Course Girls club Council 3, Chairman Mother- Daughter Banquet 3, Band 3, Orchestra 1, Q, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, Vice-president Q, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Numerals 4, Led seniors in graduation March 3, Thorn- tonite 4, Yearbook 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. EDWARD j, DOYLE Oak Forest Academic Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, Boys club Usher 4, Chess and Checker club 3 Recreation club 3. MARIAN S. DUDEK Harvey Commercial Course Recreation club 3, 4, Camera club 4, Stamp club Q, 3, 4, Latini 4, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, 'l, Q, 3, 4, DlUIT1SfOlS 3, "Three Cornered Moon" 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. EARL EDELEN Homewood Academic Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Boys club Usher 4, Stag Committee 4, Chairman 4, Camera club 4, Stamp club 3, 4, Science club 1, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Art club 4, Business Manager "Three Cornered Moon" and "Spring Prom" 4, Thorntonite 4, Year- book 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. EDWARD EISELE Homewood Trade Course Boys club Stag Committee 1, 4, Usher 4, Hall Guard 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Q. NINA ENGELHARDT Riverdale Commercial Course LA VERNE RUTH EVELY Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Council 1, Home Economics club 1, Q. JOSEPHINE EVERS Harvey Academic Course Recreation club 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, 4, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Year- book 4. IOHN FALLER Harvey General Course Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q. JOHN FERKAN Harvey Technical Course CLARENCE E. FIKE Dolton Academic Course Hall Guard 4. THELMA FONTECHIA Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Board of Control 1, Science club 1, Le Cercle Francais 1, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G,A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Board 3, Numerals 3, T 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. LOUIS FOSTER Oak Forest Trade Course ELEANOR FRADGLEY Harvey Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, Council 3, Junior Service Award 3, Chairman Senior Girls Banquet 4, Girls Glee club 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Lcitini 1, Q, Home Economics club 1, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. EDWARD FRANSEN Riverdale General Course Hall Guard 4. ALICE EVERS Harvey Commercial Course Dance Recital Q, 3, Recreation club 4, G.A.A. 1. CATHERINE EYLANDER Phoenix Commercial Course Science club 1, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. GLENN FERGUSON Harvey Academic Course Clarksville high school 1. Band 1, Q, Track 3, 4. ILA FERN FETHKE Harvey General Course Girls club Junior Service Award 3, House Committee 4, Dance Recital 9, Recreation club 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Home Economics club 1, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. Q, 3, 4. ROLLIN FLANAGIN Phoenix Trade Course Boys club Usher 3, Chess and Checker club 3, Hall Guard 52. DONALD W. FORK Flossmoor Academic Course Hi-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Camera club 4, Gam- ma Theta Sigma 4. FRANCES FOWLER Harvey Academic Course Dance Recital Q, 4, El Club 1, Safety club 1, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. PAUL FRAGALLE Harvey Commercial Course Hi-Y 1, Q, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Captain 3, Recreation club 4. LOIS FREDRICKSEN Blue Island Commercial Course Class Senate 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4. RUTH VIVIAN FREITAG Tinley Park General Course El Club 4, G.A.A. 4. DORA GARDINER Harvey Academic Course Band 1, Q, 3, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4. ANDREW GARRY Dolton Academic Course Class Senate 3, Boys club Stag Com- mittee 4, Hall Guard 3, Hi-Y Q, 3, Vice-president Q, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, Boys' Glee club Q, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, S,S.S.C. Q, 3, 4, Secretary Q, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q. WILLIAM G. GIBSON South Holland Academic Course Hi-Y 1, Q, Harmonica club 1, Band Q, 3, 4, Lifesaving Award 3, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q. WALTER GILLIS Harvey Academic Course Safety Club 4, Captain 4, Camera club 4, Stamp club 4, Science club 1, Vice- president 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ADA GOLDEN Midlothian Commercial Course Girls' Glee club 3, 4, Dance Recital 3, Thorntonite 4, Co-Editor Yearbook 4. MYRA GOODEN Homewood Academic Course Girls club Council 3, Division Chairman 4, House Committee 4, Activity Point Commission 4, Recreation club 3, Latini 1, Le Cercle Francais 4, Art club 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Yearbook Art Staff 4, "Spring Prom" 4, Radio Broadcast 4. GORDON GOUWENS Homewood Academic Course Hall Guard 4, Latini 1, Downtown Shopping News Award 3. DOLORES GRAFF Harvey General Course Dance Recital Q, Swimming Pageant 1, Q, G.A.A. 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Art club 4. VIVIAN ALICE FULLER Dolton Commercial Course Library Aid 4, Dance Recital 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4. MARTY GAROFALO I-lqrvey Trade Course Hi-Y Q, 3, Hall Guard 4. WILLIAM F. GESERICK Homewood Academic Course Boys club Stag Committee 4, Chess and Checker club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Q, 4, First Vice-president 1, Hall Guard 3, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Second place in Trombone Division in State Contest Q, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Stamp club 1, Q, 3, Vice-president Q, EI Club Q, Radio Broadcast 4. L STEPHANIE GIERTUGA Harvey General Course Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JACK GINTER Harvey Academic Course Hall Guard Q, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Lettermens club Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3. DOROTHY AGNES GOLETZ Phoenix Commercial Course Nurse Aid 1, Q, Recreation club 3, 4, Home Economics 1, Q, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Numerals 3, T 4. CAROLYN GOUWENS Harvey Academic Course Class Financial Secretary 1, Senate 3, Girls club Social 4, Activity Point Com- mission 4, House Committee 4, Or- chestra 3, Girls' Glee club 3, 4, Recreation club 4, Latini 1, Vice- president 1, Home Economics club 1, May Oueen Attendant 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Quill and Scroll 4. HAROLD GOUWENS South Holland Academic Course Class First Vice-president 1, 4, Treas- urer Q, Boys club Board of Directors Q, Hall Guard 4. ELSIE GRATZIGER Hazel Crest Commercial Course Home Economics club 1, G.A.A. 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. RUTH GROSS Harvey Academic Course Girls club Board of Control 1, House Committee 4, Dance Recital 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Art club 4, Yearbook Art Staff 4. WILLIAM GUILD Harvey Academic Course Hi-Y 4, Secretary 4, Hall Guard Q, Band 1, Q, 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, El Club 1, Q, 4. EVELYN HAINES Harvey General Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, Council 1, Welfare 4, Social 4, Activity Point Commission 3, 4, Swimming Pageant 1, Q, Le Cercle Francais 1, Recreation club 3, Art club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, May Oueen Attendant 3, "Three Cornered Moon" 4, Student Director "Spring Prom" 4. ROBERT HAIR Dolton Academic Course Boys club Stag Committee 4, Orchestra 1, Q, Boys' Glee club 4, Track Q, El Club 1, Q, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. EVELYN HAMMERMEISTER Harvey Academic Course Class Auditor 1, Girls club Board of Control 1, 3, Council Q, 4, Junior Service Award 3, House Committee 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q, G.A.A. 1, Q, May Oueen Attendant 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Year- book 4. BETTE HANSEN Harvey Academic Course Class Secretary 4, Treasurer 3, Girls club Division Chairman 1, Council Q, 4, Board of Control 3, Junior Service Award 3, Welfare 3, Chairman Christ- mas Card Project 3, Chairman Freshman Stand-Uo 4, Girls' Glee club Q, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Dance Recital 3, Recrea- tion club 3, 4, Science club 1, Secretary 1, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, May Oueen 3, "Spring Prom" 4. IRENE I. HARRIS Harvey General Course Die Deutsche Ecke 1. RUTH HAVILAND Harvey Commercial Course RALPH HELLMAN l'IOVV9Y Trade Course Boys club Usher 4, Hall Guard 4, Foot- ball 3, 4. LAURA LEE D. GRUSZCZYK Dixmoor Academic Course Dance Recital 3, Stamp club 4, Latini 4. ELSIE HAINES Harvey Commercial-Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, Board of Control 3, 4, Welfare 3, ,Iunior Service Award 3, Business Projects 4, Dance Recital 3, 4, Recreation club 4, Camera club 3, 4, Science club 1, Q, President Q, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, President 4, Vice- president 3, Board 3, 4, Numerals 3, T 3, Business Manager 'Three Cornered Moon" and MSpring Prom" 4. EVERETT HAINES Harvey Academic Course Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4: Lettermens club 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Art club 4. DOYLE HAMER Harvey General Course Danville high school 1, Q, 3. Chess and Checker club 4. LEWIS A. HAMMERS Harvey Academic Course Class President 4, First Vice-president 3, Boys club First Vice-president 3, Secretary 4, Board of Directors 3, 4, Usher 3, Stag Committee 3, 4, Boys' Glee club 4, Football Q, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Basketball Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club Q, 3, 4. FRANCES HANSON Homewood Commercial Course Orchestra 3, 4, Recreation club 3, El Club 3, Vice-president 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Boys' and Girls' Glee club Accompanist. THERESA F. HARRIS Harvey Commercial Course HARRY HAZLEHURST Hazel Crest Academic Course Class Senate 3, Boys club Stag Com- mittee 4, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Hall Guard Q, 3, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Swimming 1, Q, Track Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, El Club 3, 4, Electrician for school plays Q, 3. ELAINE HENKE Tinley Park Commercial Course Dance Recital 3, 4. CLARENCE HERCULES Harvey Academic Course Boys club Usher 9, 3, 4, Hall Guard 'l, Q, 3, 4, 4,Band1, Q, 3, Boys' Glee club 9, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Latini Q, 3. LOLITA B. HEUER Homewood Academic Course El Club 1, Q, Recreation club 3, Latini 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. GRACE HOCK Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Division Chairman 9, Swim- ming Pageant Q, Home Economics club Q. BENJAMIN HOOVER Hazel Crest General Course Hi-Y 4, El Club 1, Cheer Leader SZ. MARGERY HOUSER Harvey Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, 4, Speaker of Division Chairman 4, Board of Control Q, Council 3, Junior Service Award 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Swimming Pageant 4, Latini 4, Vice-president 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 9, 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Co- Manager of Annual Spring Concert 3. RUBY EVELYN IVY Harvey General Course I-lall Guard 3. GEORGE JOHNSON Hazel Crest Academic Course Boys club Usher 4, Hall Guard 4, Chess and Checker club 4, Recreation club 3, 4. ELEANOR MAE JONES Harvey Commercial Course Swimming Pageant Q, G.A.A. 1, Home Economics club 1, Q, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. JAMES JONES JR. Harvey Trade Course Basketball 1, Q. HAROLD M. HETTICH South Holland General Course Hall Guard 4. WERNER HINZ Harvey Commercial Course Track 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. WILDA MAE HOCKOM Homewood Academic Course Bloom Township high school 1. Girls club House Committee 4, Recrea- tion club 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. WILLIAM H. HOPKINS Hazel Crest General Course Hall Guard 3, 4. BETTY JANE INGAMELL Markham General Course Calumet high school 1, 2. Dance Recital 3, Swimming Pageant 4, Recreation club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, High school in three and one half years. AURELIA JILLECEK Riverdale General Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, 4, Recreation club 3, Home EconomicsClub 1, Q, S.S.S.C. 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. NATHANIEL JOHNSON Harvey Academic Course Hall Guard 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball Q, Track 1, Q, 3, 4, South Suburban Junior SO-Yard Dash Record Time 5.6 seconds, Lettermens club 1, Q, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3. JACK JONES Harvey Academic Course Class President Q, Boys club Stag Com- mittee 4, Board of Directors 1, Q, 3, Football Q, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club 1, Q, 3, 4, President 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, Thorntonite 4, Co- Editor Yearbook 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. AUGUST THEODORE KARLSON Harvey Academic Course JEAN KAY DOltOn Academic Course Recreation club 3, S.S.S.C. 3, 4, Latini 11,EI Club Q, 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma JOHN KIEL Harvey Commercial Course Hall Guard 3. ROBERT KIPLEY Dolton Academic Course Boys club Stag Committee 4, Usher 4, Hall Guard Q, 3, 4, Commander-ine Chief 4, Bus Monitor 3, 4, Boys' Glee club 3, 4, Librarian 4, Football 1, Swimming 1, Q, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club 4, Safety club 4, Thorn- tonite 4, Yearbook 4, "Spring Prom" 4, ELAINE KNUTZEN Homewood Academic Course Girls club Council Q, 4, Division Chair- man 3, Junior Service Award 3, Activity Point Commission 4, Band Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Q, Recreation club 3, Stamp club 1, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, 4, Home Economics club 1, G.A.A. 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. DORIS LORRAINE KOESUBE Harvey Commercial Course JOSEPH S. KOLODZIEJ Harvey Trade Course Chess and Checker club 3, Hall Guard 3. HELEN JANET KOPEC Harvey General Course Stamp club 4, El Club 1, Home Eco- nomics club Q, 3, Recreation club 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. CLARENCE KOSTER South Holland General Course Hall Guard 3, 4. WILLIAM KREIS Midlothian Commercial Course Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, SZ. ROBERT KIDDER Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 4, Swimming 1, Q, 3, 4, Captain 3, Track 3, Lifesaving Award 4, Lettermens club 1, Q, 3, 4. CLAUDE R. KINSEY JR. Harvey Academic Course Class President 3, Boys club President 4, Board of Directors 3, 4, Freshman Adviser 4, Stag Committee 4, Hi-Y 1, Q, Treasurer Q, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Football 52, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 3, 4, State Track Meet 3, 4, Golf 4, Lettermens club 1, Q, 3, 4. LOUISE ANNA KLOC Midlothian Commercial Course G.A.A. 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. BURNETTA KOELLING Harvey General Course Die Deutsche Ecke 4. CELESTINE KOLLAR Riverdale Academic Course Girls club House Committee 4, Business Projects 4, Stamp club 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. Q, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Art club 4, May Oueen Attendant 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, 4'Growing Pains" 3. EVELYN KONSOER Harvey General Course Girls club Council Q, Division Chairman 4, Welfare 3, Social 3, Junior Service Award 3, Orchestra Q, 3, 4, Stamp club 1, Recreation club 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Home Economics club 1, 9, G. A. A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Board 4, Numerals 3. BETTY KOPP Midlothian Commercial Course Morgan Park high school 1. Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. GEORGE KOTEFF Hazel Crest Academic Course Hi-Y 1, Q, Chess and Checker club 1, Q, Hall Guard 4, Golf 3, 4, Basketball 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Lettermens club 3, 4. GEORGE H. KRISTINICH JR. Midlothian Commercial Course Chess and Checker club 4, Orchestra Q, 3, 4, Track Q, El Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3, Vice-president 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite A V,c,..L.AAI, A. fhnill r-.nA Qr-rnll A HAROLD G. KRONE Tinley Park Trade Course Hall Guard 3. LEONARD KUNZA Harvey Technical Course Hall Guard 3. MARIE MARY KURYSH Harvey Commercial Course JAMES LAMBAS Harvey Trade Course WILLIAM N. LAMBERT Riverdale Technical Course Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. BERNARD LA POINTE Harvey General Course Class Senate 3, Chess and Checlcer club 1, Q, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Boys' Glee club 3. OLETTA MAE LEAVITT Harvey Commercial Course GAA. 1, Q, 3, 4. ROBERT IVOR LEWIS Midlothian General Course Hall Guard 3, 4. FRANK E. LITTEN Harvey General Course Die Deutsche Eclte 1, Q, S.S.S.C. 3. THOMAS J. Kizoorsi Dolton Trade Course Hall Guard 3, 4. NICHOLAS KUPCHICK Harvey Academic Course Class Senate 4, Boys club Board of Directors 4, Chess and Checlcer club 1, Q, 3, Latini 1, Camera club Q, 4, Die Deutsche Eclce 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, President 4. MICHAEL P. LAKOWSKY Harvey Academic Course Hyde Parlc high school 3. Hall Guard 4, Science club 1, Q. KATHERINE LAMBAS Harvey General Course Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Dance Recital 9, 3, S.S.S.C. Q, 3, 4, President 4, Home Economics club 1, Le Cercle Francais Q, 3, 4. MARVIN LANGE Harvey Academic Course Hall Guard 4, Chess and Checlcer club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Basketball 4, Lettermens club 4, Recreation club 4, Camera club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Die Deutsche Eclce 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. RUTH LA POINTE Harvey General Course Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Q. SARAH MAY LEHNIG Harvey Academic Course Home Economics club 1, Q, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Die Deutsche Eclce 4. FRANK LINDBERG Harvey Technical Course Hi-Y 1, Hall Guard 3. FRANCES I. LONGENECKER Harvey Commercial Course Englewood high school 1. Swimming Pageant 4, Home Economics club 1. WARREN LOVE Harvey General Course Hall Guard 3, 4, "Growing Pains" 3. WALTER MACH Phoenix Trade Course Hall Guard 4. ROSE MARIE MARQUESS Harvey Commercial Course G. A. A. 1, Q, 3, 4. DON MATTHIES Harvey Academic Course Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Second place in Saxophone Division in State Contest 3, Orchestra 1, Swimming 1, Safety club Q, 3, Recreation club 4. ARTHUR MAYERCHIK Harvey General Course Hall Guard 3, 4. ELIZABETH MCCASKIE Harvey Academic Course Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, Home Eco, nomics club 1, 3, Dance Recital Q, 3, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. JACK McGUIRE Harvey General Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Basketball Q. BILLIE MCNABB Harvey Academic Course Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3. WILLIAM MEEBOER South Holland T Academic Course Hi-Y 1, Hall Guard 3, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Cgrghestra 1, Swimming 1, Recreation c u . ARTHUR J. LOWEN Harvey Trade Course Band 1, Q, Orchestra 1, Q, Swimming Q. CONSTANCE MALITO Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, 4, Council 3, Junior Service Award 3, House Committee 3, 4, Welfare 3, 4, Business Projects 3, 4, Chairman Re- freshment Crew 4, Swimming Pageant 4, Home Economics club 1, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Numerals 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. ALBERT MARTIN Harvey Academic Course Class President 1, Hi-Y 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, Safety club 4, Captain 4, Stamp club 1, Q, 3, 4, Science club 1, Q, Latini 1, Q, Die Deutsche Eclce 4, "Spring Prom" 4. KENNETH MAXWELL Dolton Academic Course HAZEL MCARTOR Harvey General Course Edgewood high school 1, Q, 3. Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ALTON R. McGEHEE Harvey General Course Hi-Y 1, Q, Hall Guard 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Science club 1, Q, 3, Pres- ident 1. CHARLES MCHENRY Harvey Academic Course Hall Guard 3, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Science club 1. AUDREY RUTH MEDER Hazel Crest Commercial Course G.A.A. 3. CARL MEINHEIT Matteson General Course Camera club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. MILTON MESSERSCHMIDT Dolton Trade Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, Boys club Usher 4, Chess and Checker club 3. CARL MILLER Harvey Commercial Course Hall Guard 3, Boys' Glee club 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club 9, 3, 4, Safety club 3. WALTER WAKEFIELD MILLER Monee Academic Course Monee high school 1, 9. Hall Guard 3, 4, Boys club Usher 4, Freshman Adviser 4, Recreation club 3, Safety club 4, Captain 4. EARL MORGAN Harvey Academic Course Mounds Township high school 1, Q, 3. Hall Guard 4, Hi-Y 4. ROSE F. MURZYN Harvey Commercial Course Home Economics club 1. ALICE NELSON Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, 3, Council Q, Junior Service Award 3, Lifesaving Award 3, Recreation club 4, Manager 4, Home Economics club 1, "Growing Pains" 3. JEANIE G. NELSON Harvey Commercial Course Hall Guard Q, Girls club Division Chair- man 1, Welfare Q, Junior Service Award 3, House Committee SZ, Library Aid 4, Home Economics club 1, Recrea- tion club 3. VELMA NELSON Hazel Crest Academic Course Home Economics club 1, Nurse Aid 4, Latini 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. THOMAS NEWMAN Thornton Academic Course Class Vice-president Q, Treasurer 4, Boys club Treasurer 4, Board of Direct- ors 4, Stag Committee 4, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Secretary Q, Vice-president 3, Bus Monitor 3, Hall Guard 4, Treasurer 4, Boys' Glee club SZ, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Recreation club 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Treasurer 4, Latini 1, "Three Cornered Moon" 4, Harvard Award Q. Ciilm..-L-f..-. ll.-.:,... l........- fN,--- CHARLES F. MEYER Dolton General Course Hall Guard 4, Bus Monitor 4, Recrea- tion club 3. EDWARD S. MILLER Riverdale Academic Course Pullman Tech high school 1. Hall Guard 4, Recreation club 4, Safety club 4, Captain and Treasurer 4. WALLACE W. MOHR Tinley Park Technical Course DOROTHY MAE MUNRO Harvey Academic Course Band 1, 9, 3, 4, Librarian 4, First place in Piccolo Division in State Contest Q, 3, First place in Flute Division in State Contest 3, Second place in Flute Divi- sion in National Contest 3, Orchestra 1, SZ, 3, 4, Swimming Pageant 4, Life- saving Award 3, Safety club 1, Latini 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Led seniors in gradu- ation March 3. CHAPIN NEALE Harvey Technical Course Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 3. GERALD NELSON Harvey Academic Course MARGARET NELSON Hazel Crest Commercial Course Girls club Council 1, Division Chairman 4, Activity Point Commission 4, Girls' Glee club 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3. NORMA JEAN NEWELL Riverdale Commercial Course Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ROBERT j. NIEBERT Homewood General Course CLARENCE NORMAN Riverdale General Course Boys club Usher Q, Hall Guard Q, 3, 4. JAMES B. O'BOYLE Harvey Boys club Stag Committee 4, Hi-Y 4, Hall Guard 4, Secretary 4, Cisca 4. General Course EMILY R. ONAK Phoenix General Course CLARENCE OSTER Harvey Academic Course Hall Guard 3, Orchestra 1, Band 1, Q, 3, 4. CHARLES PALACES Harvey General Course Hall Guard Q, 3, 4, Chess and Checker club Q, 3, 4, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Boys' Glee club 4, Football 1, Swimming Q, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, State Meet 3, Track Q, 3, 4, Lifesaving Award 4, Lettermens l b Q 3 4- El Club Q, 3, 4, Secretary c u , 4, Reclredtion club 4, Safety club 4. WANDA PANCZYK Commercial Course Harvey Girls club Council 1, Division Chairman Q, Recreation club 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. VIRGINIA A. PELKE Harvey Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, 4, Council 3, House Committee 4, Chair- man of Marshals 4, Latini 1, Q, Home Economics club Q, Recreation club 4. BERNARD PETKUS Riverdale Academic Course Boys club Usher Q, Hall Guard Q, 3, 4, Safety club 4, Captain 4. EDWARD LEROY PILBEAM Harvey General Course Boys club Stag Committee 4, Hall Guard Q, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chess and Checker club 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Member of State Champion Clarinet Quartet 3, 4, Boys' Glee club Q, Latini 1' Fl Club Q, 3, Safety club'Q', 3, EVELYN JOAN NOVAKOWSKI Dixmoor Commercial Course Dance Recital Q, 4, EI Club 3, 4, Stamp club 4. MAY OLTHOFF South Holland General Course JULIA BARBARA ONAK Phoenix Commercial Course G.A.A. Q. BERNICE PAKOSZ Harvey General Course Recreation club 3, Cisca 4. OLGA PALACES Harvey Academic Course Girls club Social 3, Safety club 1, Q, Stamp club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 3, 4, EI Club 1, Q, 3, 4, President 4, Recreation club 4, Camera club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Cisco 4. OLGA PATRONIK Hazel Crest Commercial Course Dance Recital Q, VIRGINIA PERRY Riverdale Academic Course Oslala high school QPine Ridge, South Dakotaj 1, Q. Girls club House Committee 4, El Club 3, 4, Dance Recital 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. GENEVIEVE PIKORZ Harvey Commercial Course G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, Cisca 4. JAY POLUS Dolton Trade Course Hall Guard 4. UAVIU HLJLTINAAN PQNIIUS Homewood Academic Course Boys club Stag Committee 4, Hall Guard 4, Hi-Y 9, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, First place in State Clarinet Solo Contest 3, Mem- ber State Champion Clarinet Ouartet 3, El Club Q, Camera club Q, Stamp club 1, Q, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, President 3, 4, Recreation club 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Treasurer 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Radio Broadcast 4. WALTER F. PRALLE Matteson Academic Course Hall Guard 3. g' l f,, 5 '.., 'fl ADI: 1'-'V .' v"'-,L 1:- if- , ,gr S ' .W-Y. rf, BETTY PRINDIVILLE ' Homewood Academic Course Mount St. Mary's Academy 1. Class Senate 3, Dance Recital Q, 3, Girls club Activity Point Commission 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. MARSHALL PUHRMAN Hazel Crest Academic Course Basketball 1, 9, 4, Golf 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q, 3, Lettermens club 4. KATHRYN LOUISE PULLEY Homewood Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman Q, Social Q, House Committee Q, 3, 4, Welfare 3, 4, Activity Point Commission Q, 3, 4, Assistant Chairman 4, Orchestra 4, Dance Recital 3, 4, Latini 1, Home Economics club 1, Le Cercle Francais 3. EARL RAGUSE Monee Trade Course Monee high school 1, 9, 3. EVELYN RAMPKE Riverdale Commercial Course Washington high school 1. Girls club House Committee 4, Activity Point Commission 4, El Club Q, Thorn- tonite 4, Yearbook 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Gregg Medal 4. NICHOLAS RIDDER Oak Glen Academic Course Bus Monitor 4. JACOUELINE RIVERS Harvey Academic Course Morgan Park high school 1. Girls' Glee club 1, Q, 3, 4, Latinit Q 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Secreary, 3, President 4, Library Aid 3. RAYMOND PRACHT Riverdale Academic Course Die Deutsche Ecke Q, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. RAYMOND PRICE HOVVSY Academic Course l-li-Y1,Q, 3, 4,Band1, Q, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, Recreation club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ELEANOR MARTHA PRYGOCKI HUVVSY Commercial Course Recreation club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 3, 4, ?.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma VIRGINIA PUHRMAN Homewood Academic Course Home Economics club 1, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q, Recreation club 3, 4, Latini 4, G.A.A. 4, Art club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. DORIS L. OUEEN HGVVSY General Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, Home Economics club 1, El Club Q, Recreation club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. CARL RAIMANN HOVVGY Technical Course Hall Guard 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, BETTY REINLEIN Homewood General Course Girls' Glee club 3, Dance Recital 3, 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. GEORGE RINKEMA South Holland General Course Hall Guard 3, 4. IRVING C. ROBERTS Blue Island Commercial Course Hall Guard Q, 3, 4, Bus Monitor 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 9, 3, 4. SHIRLEY W. ROBERTS Harvey General Course Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4. HOWARD ROBINSON Harvey Academic Course Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, Die Deutsche Ecke 3, 4, EI Club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. EMERSON RODMAN Dolton Trade Course MIRIAM ROSS Harvey General Course Girls club Board of Control Q, Council 3, Swimming Pageant Q, Recreation club 3, Home Economics club 1, G.A. A. 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Year- book 4. BETTE ROWLETTE Harvey Academic Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, Council Q, House Committee 3, 4, Social Q, 4, Band 1, Q, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JACOB HENRY SAGADIN JR. Markham Trade Course Orchestra 1, Q. ELMER H. SALOW Harvey Academic Course Boys club Usher 4, Hall Guard Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, 4, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Safety club 4. JAMES SCAGLIONE Riverdale Trade Course Harmonica club 1, Hall Guard Q. BYRLE WILLNETTA SCHLEIZER Harvey Academic Course Swimming Pageant 1, Dance Recital Q, Latini 1, Q, Home Economics club 1, Q, G.A.A. 1, Q, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JOHN ROBERTSON Harvey Academic Course, Hi-Y Q, Hall Guard 4, Football 1, GoX 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club Q, 3, 4, El Club 1, Q. RAYMOND RODGER Harvey Academic Course Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Le Circle Francais 1, 3, Lettermens Club 4, IRENE ROGERS Harvey Commercial Course Class Senate 3, Girls club Division Chairman 3, Junior Service Award 3, Welfare 3, 4, Social Q, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Activity Point Commission 4, Swimming Pageant Q, Dance Recital 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Home Economics club 1, Q, Vice-president Q, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Numerals 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. MARGARET ROWE Harvey General Course Girls club Social 3, Home Economics club 1, 4, Vice-president 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JOHANNA LUCILLE RYNBERK Hazel Crest Academic Course Class Senate 3, Girls club Council Q, Division Chairman 3, 4, Welfare 3, Junior Service Award 3, Business Proj- ects Q, 3, 4, Swimming Pageant 4, Home Economics club 3, Latini 1, Q, Radio Broadcast 4. STANLEY SALICH Harvey Academic Course Hall Guard 3, El Club 1, Q, Future Craftsmen 3. LEWIS SANTEFORT South Holland Academic Course Bus Monitor 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. DAVID SCHELLER Ivanhoe Academic Course Fenger high school 1, Q, 3. Boys' Glee club 4, Radio Broadcast 4. PAUL ROBERT SCHULDT Tinley Park General Course Hall Guard 4, Basketball Q, 3, 4. BETTE JEAN SEIDEL Harvey General Course Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Dance Recital 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Home Economics club 1, 4, Recreation club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, First prize in State Sewing Contest 4, "Spring Prom" 4. NANCY SHANKLAND Flossmoor Academic Course Girls club Board of Control Q, 4, Junior Service Award 3, Council 3, Treasurer 4, Orchestra 1, Q, Latini 1, Le Cercle Francais 1, 9, Home Economics club 1, G.A.A. 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, May Oueen Attendant 3, "Spring Prom" 4. JANE ALICE SHILLINC5 South Holland General Course ETHEL SIEBERT Midlothian Commercial Course Dance Recital 4. MARY YVONNE SMITH Harvey Academic Course Band 9, 3, Latini 1, Science club 1, Q, liecreation club 3, Gamma Theta Sigma CARL SPACIK Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Golf 3, 4. R. LOUISE SPIECKER Dolton Academic Course EVERETT R. STALCUP Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard Q. ELAINE STATTON Homewood Academic Course Le Cercle Francais 1, 9, Stamp club 1, 3, Recreation club 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JOSEPH SEKERKA Posen Commercial Course Hall Guard 3, 4. ELEANOR SHILENSKUS Harvey Commercial Course S.S.S.C. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Latini 1i Recreation club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. BETTY SHUMARD Harvey Academic Course Class First Vice-president Q, Second Vice-president 3, 4, Girls club Division Chairman 1, Board ol Control 3, Spealc- er of Council 4, Chairman Activity Point Commission 4, Girls' Glee club 3, Dance Recital 4, May Queen Maid of Honor 3, Le Cercle Francais 1, 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, "Spring Prom" 4. ETHEL SISS Dolton General Course Girls club Council 1, Science club 1, Home Economics club 1, G.A.A. 1, Die Deutsche Eclte 4, High school in three years. VERNON SMITH Hazel Crest Academic Course Archery club 1, Die Deutsche Eclce 11 9, 3, Athletic Manager 1, Q, 3, 4i Lettermens club 3, 4, Class Senate 3- JAMES WILLIAM SPENCER Harvey Academic Course Hi-Y 1, Q, 3, President Q, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Uniform Manager 4, Orchestra 3, Swimming 3, 4, Traclc 1, Q, 3, 4, Athletic Manager 1, Lettermens club 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Safety club 1, SZ, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Q, 3, 4, "Growing Pains" 3, "Spring Prom" 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. JOHN F. STAAT Dolton Commercial Course Boys club Llsher Q, Hall Guard 3. JANE M. STATON Harvey General Course Girls club Council 1, Le Cercle Francais 1, G.A.A. 1, May Oueen Attendant 3, Art club 4. VERNON STEIGER Homewood Technical Course Boys club Freshman Adviser 3, Chess and Checlcer club 1, SZ, Archery club 1, Science club 1, Latini 1. ARDITH V. STEINBERG Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Council Q, Division Chairman 3, Junior Service Award 3, House Com- mittee 3, 4, Welfare 4, Social 3, 4, Business Projects 4, Activity Point Com- mission 4, Girls' Glee club 3, 4, Dance Recital Q, 4, Home Economics club 1, Recreation club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 4, Year- book 3, Art club 4, Vice-president 4. NEA ALICE STOBBS Riverdale Commercial Course Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4. GEORGE C. STRICKER Harvey General Course Boys club Freshman Adviser 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Hi-Y Q, 4, Chess and Checker club Q, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Golf 3, 4. DOROTHY SWANSON Hazel Crest Commercial Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, House Committee 4, Girls' Glee club 1, Q, 3, 4, Recreation club 3, 4, Science club 1, EI Club 1, Q, 3, May Oueen Attend- ant 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Radio Broadcast 4. NELSON SWETS South Holland General Course Boys club Freshman Adviser 4, Bus Monitor 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, El Club 4. EDMUND SY LVESTER Phoenix Technical Course Chess and Checker club 1, Hall Guard 3, 4. LOUIS SZCZURAK Hazel Crest Trade Course Hall Guard 3. EVELYN TAYLOR Homewood Academic Course Home Economics club 1, G.A.A. 1, Die Deutsche 'Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. MARGARET TENNANT Hazel Crest Commercial Course Home Economics club 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, "SpringAProm" 4, Radio Broad- cast 4. MIRIAM STIEFEL Harvey Academic Course Girls club House Committee 3, Social 3, Council 4, Home Economics club 1, Q, 3, Recreation club 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 1, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. RAYMOND STOECKMAN Tinley Park Trade Course RUTH MARION STRUVEN Dolton Commercial Course Lincoln high school 1. ARTHUR SWEET Thornton General Course LILLIAN SYLER Dolton Commercial Course Fenger high school 1, Q. HELEN M. SZAMATOWICZ Phoenix General Course Art club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ANTHONY SZEWCZYK Posen Academic Course Hall Guard 3, 4, Hi-Y 9, 3, 4, Recrea- tion club 3, Camera club 4, Stamp club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Latini 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. HARRISON TAYLOR Harvey Technical Course Boys club Stag Committee 4, Hall Guard 3, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Band 3, Boys' Glee club 3, 4. JOHN W. TER LOUW South Holland Academic Course Central high school CGrand Rapids, MichiganD 1. Bus Monitor 3, Debating 3, 4, Gamma TLA.- Car..- A BERNIS THOMPSON Dolton Academic Course Girls club House Committee 1, Division Chairman Q, Council 3, junior Service Award 3 Board of Control 4, Girls' Glee club 3, 4, S.S.S.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Assistant Chief Q, Chief 3, El Club 1, Q, 3, Art club 4, President 4, Winner State Poppy Poster Contest 3, D.A.R. Award 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Yearbook Art Staff Q, 3, 4. MARJORY TOEPFER Thornton Academic Course St. Francis Academy 1, Q. Recreation club 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Radio Broadcast 4. OLIVER TYLER Harvey Academic Course Hi-Y 4, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, 4, Safety club 1, Q, Recreation club 3, Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ALEX USTIANOWSKI Harvey Trade Course Track 4, Golf 4, Basketball Q, 4. RALPH VANDENBERG Dolton Academic Course Basketball 1, Q, Science club 1, EI Club 1, Q. VIOLA VELD South Holland Commercial Course Die Deutsche Ecke 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. DOLORES VOGEL Riverdale Commercial Course Gamma Theta Sigma 4. LOIS VOSS Harvey Commercial Course Home Economics club 1, Swimming Pageant 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. EMIL J. VRSHEK Dixmoor Trade Course Chess and Checker club 3, 4. MARGERY DAWN TlEDEMANN Riverdale Commercial Course Gamma Theta Sigma 4. G. CORINNE TRIMBLE Riverdale Academic Course Girls club Vice-President 3, Council Q, 4, Division Chairman 3, Junior Service Award 3, Welfare 3, Social 3, Activity Point Commission 4, Chairman Loyalty Day Assembly 4, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Girls' Glee club Q, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Latini 1, Q, G.A.A. 1, Q, Camera club 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Art club 4, May Oueen Attendant 3, Co-Manager Annual Spring Con- cert 3, "Spring Prom" 4, Radio Broad- cast 4. E. C. UNDERWOOD Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 3. RUTH VAN BERGEN Harvey Commercial Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, 4, Coun- cil Q, Home Economics club Q, President Q, Recreation club 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. HAROLD VANDERWARF Thornton Trade Course Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Lettermens club Q, 3, 4. DOROTHY VELDHUIS South Holland Commercial Course Library Aid 4. ORIN FREDRICK VOLLAND Homewood Technical Course Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra Q, 3, 4, Future Craftsmen 3, Camera club 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Radio Broadcast 4. MARGARET BETTY VOSS South Holland Commercial Course Dance Recital 3, Home Economics club 1, Q. MILDRED WALBERG Harvey Commercial Course Dance Recital 3. HOLLY WALKER Harvey Academic Course Class Senate Q, 3, Girls club House Committee 4, Dance Recital 3, Recrea- tion club 4, Safety club Q, Science club 1, EI Club 1, Q, Home Economics club 1, 3, 4, Art club 4, Vice-president 4, G.A.A. 1, SZ, Yearbook Art Staff 4. DOROTHY WEGENER Dolton Commercial Course Recreation club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Numerals 3. RUTH WERTH Homewood Academic Course Die Deutsche Ecke 1, 4, Recreation club 3, Camera club 4, Latini 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. MARGARET WETMORE Harvey General Course Girls club Division Chairman 1, Swim- ming Pageant Q. MERLYN G. WILLIAMS JR. Midlothian General Course St. Patrick's Commercial Academy 1, Tilden Technical high school Q, 3. Hall Guard 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. ESTHER WILSON Harvey Commercial Course G.A.A. 1, Q, 3, 4. CLARENCE P. WISOWATY Dolton Trade Course Boys club Usher 3, Hall Guard 3. MARAIORIE WOODRICH Flossrnoor Academic Course Girls club Secretary 4, Division Chair- man Q, Council 3, Board of Contro. 4, junior Service Award 3, House Com- mittee 4, Library Aid 3, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Dance Recital 4, Home Eco' nomics club 1, Latini 1, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Radio Broadcast 4. WILLIAM RONALD WORKMAN Harvey General Course Class Senate 3, Boys club Stag Com- mittee 1, Q, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Q, 3, 4, First Vice-President 4, Hall Guard 2, Cap- tain Q, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Student Con- ductor 4, Orchestra Q, 3, Le Cercle Franca.insr1, EI CIub'3, Recreation club BERNICE WANLUND Harvey Commercial Course Home Economics club 1, Dance Recital Q, 3, 4. JOHN EARL WERNICKE Dolton Academic Course Bus Monitor 3, Band 4, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Latini 1, Recreation club 3. DOROTHY L. WESTERVELD Harvey Academic Course Fenger high school 1, Q. Die Deutsche Ecke 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JACK WHITE Homewood Technical Course Stamp club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Camera club 3, 4, Future Craftsmen 3, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. JUANITA WILLIS Riverdale General Course Washington high school. HENRY G. WIPIOR Harvey Academic Course Football 3, 4, Swimming Q, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, South Suburban Champion 3, Track 3, 4, Basketball 1, Athletic Man- ager 1, Lettermens club 3, 4, Vice- president 4, Safety club 3, Latini 1, Die Deutsche Ecke 3, 4. ERWIN WOGNUM South Holland Technical Course Hall Guard 3. ELEANORE L. WORDELMANN Riverdale Commercial Course Recreation club 3, 4, Art club 4. MILTON WORKMAN South Holland Trade Course NICHOLAS PRINCE YONKMAN Harvey Commercial Course Hall Guard 3, 4. THEODORE ZAJACZKOWSKI Phoenix Trade Course VINCENT J. ZELAZNY Harvey General Course Hall Guard 3, Chess and Checker club 9, Recreation club 4. VIRGINIA ZILSKE Homewood Academic Course Girls club Junior Service Award 3, House Committee 9, Activity Point Com- mission 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Dance Recital 4, Latini, Recreation club 4, G.A.A. 9, 3, 4. JERVIS ZIMMERMAN Harvey Academic Course Boys club Homeroom Representative 9, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Archery club 1, Recreation club 3, Safety club 1, Camera club 3, Vice- president 3, Stamp club Q, 3, 4, Vice- president 3, S.S.S.C. 1, SZ, Science club 1, 9, 3, Athedelphi 1, Die Deutsche Eclce 4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4, Harvard Award 3, "Growing Pains" 3, "Three Cornered Mooni' 4. MILDRED ZUM MALLEN Homewood Academic Course Bloom Township high school 3. Library Aid 4, Die Deutsche Eclce 1. ?f4s,,.4 i ' . CAROLYN ZABRANSKY Thornton Commercial Course Girls club Welfare 3, Junior Service Award 3, Division Chairman 4, Activity Point Commission 4, Recreation club 3, GAA. 1, Q, 3, 4. MICHAEL ANTHONY ZAWISZA Posen Commercial Course Hall Guard 3. MARIE DOROTHEA ZELEZNIK Harvey Commercial Course Dance Recital Q, 3, Le Cercle Francais 9 3- Recreation club 4 , , , G.A.A.4, Gamma Theta Sigma 4. HENRY ZIMMERMAN Harvey Trade Course Hall Guard 4, Band 1, 2. ROBERT ZOLLER Dolton Trade Course Hall Guard 4. GEORGE ZURIAN Blue Island Technical Course I 1 , L13-.41 REFLECTIONS OF A SENIOR There is a memory lor each ol us To seal the thoughts ol endless rooms Of sunlight playing through the trees, At home along these halls. CIWCIIUS Ol tulips, DVISVTY-lilses ' joyous from each passing door The shores to greenish seas. Experiences blend And GIIGVWOVCIS, WIWGV1 dOY is IIWVOUQI1, Which, in those miles that stretch ahead, Some waiting silence lalls Will live from end to end' Nancy Shanlcland '38 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Slinifliiiyl IfI,u'.um S'rEvENsoN, Pre-siriz-ntg .hex McPm-:1m1N, First Vim--I'rosirIeiiL. Niiiml- Rum-:um Ii.uiM.fw Sm-rvtnryg XVILLIAM STANLEY, Sf-mimi Kit-e-I'rosidentg JOHN tli.ivAN. 'l'rv4nuiri-r. Have the juniors accomplished enough to be allowed to be the leaders of Ihornton next year? Well, let us look back and see what they have done. Ihe Boys and Girls club play came up and the Iollowing juniors were in the cast: Gloria Van Wormer, Raul Clark, Rhyllis Ralmer, and Marshall Jensen. Alice Kimball, Raul Clark, and Dorothy Zilsberger helped the debate team win honors. Ann Alexander broke the State record in the Illinois Telegraphic Swimming Meet lor girls, doing the Q0-yard front crawl in 10.35. In football, basketball and other sports, we had ,lohn Sullivan, Robert Bow- man, Vlohn Luttrell, William Stanley, and several other juniors giving us many thrills and helping our teams to the top, Bette Workman was elected May Oueen and Norma Siejna the maid of honor. The attendants were: Bette Iurlay, Muriel Lockrem, Roberta Mott, Geraldine Sausaman, Dorothy Agnell, Virginia Ireen, jane Miller, Phyllis Ralmer, Dorothy Iyler, and Gloria Van Wormer. The juniors whose names appeared on the Loyal Order ol Ihorntonites are: Margaret Chaney, Gayle Choate, Raul Clark, George Hayes, Betty Kotell, Robert McCoy, Dorothy Zilsberger, Margie Birkholz, james Daanen, Vernon F. Foster, Marjorie Mcfiranahan, Robert Merkle, Oscar Nietfeldt, Carson Orr, Robert Rrice, Virginia Ireen, Constance Venckus, and Milton Younker. IOMORROW'S SENIOR CLASS OF THORNTON ACCEPTS WITH FERVOR THE BADGE OF LEADERSHIP. l'a,ige 47 'E vw' S2 T A 1 A Pug! 46' LAWRENCE ADELS DOROTHY AGNELL RUSSELL AHRENS LILLIAN ANDERSON ANN ALEXANDER RI ROBERT ANDERSON H BETTY ARMSTRONG DANIEL ARNDT B DOROTHY BAKER AROLD ANOE RAYMOND ARENDT CI-IARD AMON FRANK ARLAUSKAS ETTY ASHTON RUTH BACHMANN I HAROLD BALHOUSE IRENE BARANYAI RALPH BARR NORMAN BARN BESSIE BARBEL ZETTY BAKER BERNADETTE BARGEIL A ROBERT BAUMAN OTTO BECKER OLIVE BEARMAN RA MARIE BELMORE S HERBERT BERGER WILLIAM BIELFELDT ARLINE BISMARK TEPHANIE BENACRA YMOND BECK RENAUD BENNETT HAROLD BERG DAVID BERKLEY ERNEST BERRY NIARION BIELI-'ELDT ROBERT BIELF1-:LDT ILEAN BILLADEAU MARGARET BILLS RIARGIE BIRKHOLZ ETHEL BISHOP VIRGINIA BLAIR LA VERNE BLASRA MYRON BONSE JOHN BONOWI VIVIAN BLINIC NIARGARET HOGHASEN CH ETHEL ISOOKI-IAM KEITH BREHM MAE BREI LLOYD BURKE HENRY BRAND? EDWARD BROOKI-'ELT L ETUS B RAULT DOROTHY BROWN ' BETTY BURRELL ISABELLA BURT BETTY BURTON ANTUN RUBEN ALFRED BUSCH RAURALLE BUTCRER Rom-:RT CAPRONx NORMAN CARLSON CLARA MAE CARNEY IUCHARD CASE MARIE CERMAR xIARllARE'l' CHAN!-:Y JOSE!-R CHARI4T0N VIRGINIA CRLEDRA STANLEY CRMIELEWRKI LIEORGE Cl-1Rls'r1-JNREN CHARLES CHURf'H PAUL CLARK GEORGIA COGSWELL I.Ew1s COHEN DONALID COLLETTE VIRGINIA COULIHLIN f:ENlC CTRAVENS PA'rR1r'IA CROTTY GORDON CULVER YxC'1'OR CULX'Eli .IAMER 1,AANEN ARNOLD IUALENBERG ICUGENE IJALENBERG HUDD DALEY CORNELIA DE IXRUIN IXIELVIN IJEHNING CPERTRUDE l,ElHL HARRY DE HIDDEN JUNE DE RUITER ICLEANOR IJERUNTZ :ALLEN IHI1-TMERINO FRANv1s D1-: VBIES GILBERT DE XYUUNG LORRAINE DICKMAN VIRGINIA IJIEKMAN WARREN IJOLL IHARY DOMMER JAMES DONAHUE ICTTA DORRANs INIILDRED DRA1.Ln-: JOHN IURINCOLL ICMILY IJUNAJBKI CHARl101"l'E IJYKSTRA IGVELYN ICRLERR YIVIAN ICLARRIR HARRY IZLLIN l':LlZAHE'PH FAIRBAIRN ICRTHER FAORO liOSEMARY FEATHEIISTONE I,xLL1AN I-'ERQURON JOHN l"1u1.o KHAIVE 14'mc'RER Lots FIRRMAN ROBERT F11-ZPATRICK IAUCILLE FLANAGAN VERA FL!-:RRNER FRANK FLOEGE THEODORE FONES YIOLET FONTECHIA Page' PIII!! 50 p-. NAOMI FORK VERNON F. FOSTER VERNON FOSTER ROY Fox PETER FRAGGOB WARREN FREBEL DOROTHY FREDRICK EDWARD FHEDRICK VIDA FREESE HOW'ARD FULTON FIVELYN GAILEY MARIE GALLAGHER XVINIFRED GARDINER IELEANOR GATRELI4 HAROLD GI-:I-'I-'ERT JEAN GENOVESE CHARLES GEHRKE BERNARD GI-:SCHKE GEORGE GETTLER WILLIAM GIHR EAROLD GILBERT LOUANN GOOT DOROTHY GORDON HERMAN GRAFI-' LA VERNE GRAI-'If WALTER GRAVISH BETTY GREER VEDA GREEK HARDX' GRIFFITH ROGER GRISWOLD JENNIE GRYBOSKI RERNICE HAAS GRACE HAINES MARGARET HALL VIRGINIA HAMP1'0N s .IOI-IN HANSEN EDWIN HANSON LUCI HANSON RICHARD HARNIRCH MAY HARRISON MARBHAIIL HARTELIUS GERTRUDE PIARTKOORN GEORGE HAYES BETTY HENDERSON GERTRUDE HEWSTONE NORMA HILLYER RUDI HINZ LILLIAN HODGE BYRNESS HOL'l' MARQIIKRET HllRW'A'l'I'H. JAMES HUNTER EVELYN INGRAHAM HENRY INGWERSEN JOHN IPPEL HERBERT .lAr'OI-ISON VIVIAN JAEGER ARLINE JAMES FIDVVARD .IENREN :VIARSHALL JENSEN CARL .IOI-INRON IUONALD JOHNSON lIENHY JOHNSON IBOROTHY li.-USER NVALTER JOHNSON IREENE JoN1-:s PAUL JONES FIxANrIs IQAIHEH AIITI-:MIN KARZIN LQHAYNI-: KAJA STELLA IXALATA JUNE IXALLESTAD KA1'HIsHINE IQELLEY c,:ENEVIl-IVE IQIERADLO JNIARGARET KELO IHVINO IUJNYUN .IEANETTE IxIEL ALI11: KIMBALI. MAIII' ALLEN IQOELLING YVONNE KINPAID EDWARD lxLINKI-IAMMEII ROBEH1- IXLINKHAMMER I-'Nuo KO!-Yl'l'IR ELAINE KRUEGER ICs'rHI-:H KRAMER N ERNEILLE Ixnovxmn DOROTHY INHIIEGEII :ANN K uc'HAHzYK FLORENCE LAI' VIRGINIA KURZAW'SKI NIFK LAMBAS JEANETTE LARBON IIOHEHT l.EnEI,I. M UHIIQI. l,OI'KHI-:xl JOHN LOGAN JOHN I.U'I"l'RELL HEDA LI-:ININGEH DONALD LILLIE Doms LLOYD FI.onENr'I-: IIOMAX JOAN IIORISH HAZEL LOUTSI I,OuIs KIAFALUSO PAUL NIALHER JEAN NIACKENZIE ELIZABETH AIADDOX CARL IYIADORY VIRGINIA MANNEIIN RUTH Rl A'r'rHII-:NI-:N LOUISE AIANSMITH ANTHONY BIARANTO W ANDA h1ARI'INIAK IIAIIOLD NIATZ ROIII-:u'I' MI'Cm' ELAINE IXJAXVYELL .IAFK NIf'CKlNNELI. fIUGH x1l'C70liMll'K GI-:IIALD MI'CULI.0IIOH J EAN MvICLnowNEI' RIARY Mc'l'IN1'IcI-3 Cl'IES'l'l'Ili xI1'clATHEY Q Page .ff X Pagz jf MARJORIE MCGRANAHAN BARBARA MCLAUGELIN JACK MCPHERRIN HARRY MECH BETTY MEDENDORP DOROTHY MEDENDORP HAZEL MEGINNIB RICHARD MELTON ROBERT MERKLE HOW'ARD METZ MARVIN MEYER HENRY MILEN GW'ENDOLYN MILLER HUGH MILLER JANE MILLER DONALD MITCHELL EDITH MITCHELL DOROTHY MOORE EUGENE NIORAN ROBERT MORRETT MARJORIE MUDDE EVELYN MULLEN JOSEPH MUNRO HELEN MURRAX' LOIS NAOEL VVARD NANTZ HOW'ARD NEWT-IART wr' BERNARD NEUBERT 1 J MARIAN NORTON My OSCAR NIETFELDT EMILY NOVh'AK EUGENE O'BRIEN JEAN U'CONNOR ROBERT QJEHMKE MARGUERITE 01-'T PHYLLISEOGDEN FRED OLSON RUTH OLTHOFF THOMAS ORMSBY CARSON ORR . GLADYBZOBTING JEAN PACKARD BENNY PACOCHA PHYLLIS PALMER ROBERT PARISH DONALD PARKER IRENE PATRONXK RUTH PAYNE EDITH PEARBON HERBERT PELKE BERNICE PETERS IDA PETERSON BEATRICE PHILLIPS MARY PHILLIPS VANCE PHILLIPS WEBLEY PIPHER JOHN POCHOPIN EDNA POHL ANNA POPOVYIFH FRANK POREMRA ICA RL PORTER JEAN PORTER PAUL PUTNAAI fIEUllGE QUIRK FREDEllIl'K III-:vu DORIS REDDING .IA T' POUCHER ROBERT PRIOE GEORGE PULLEY NIARIE RAVZYKOVVSKI EUGENE RAFSON RUSSELL REED INIARY JANE REXROAT ISLEANOR REYEL1-S Rum' RIOE NIILTON RIDDER .ICANN ROHIISLHEIDER THEODORE ROSE RUTH REED BI-:TTY RANDALL GLADYS REMELSBERGER C.KTHElilNE IIEYNOLDS GEORGE REZNIOEK LYLE RIBLEY NORAIA ROBERTS W ILEDEL ROBERTSON JOHN ROSENBROFK I,0ROTHY ROZENE .-KLICE RUDLOFF ALICE JOHN SAAIATOWIOZ R DTH SANTEI-ORT RORERT NFHMIDT PAUL SQAHAIIDL HELEN SUI-IRAOI,Iz AIELVIN SCHROEDER MELIIA xVILLIAM S11-Il'MAl'HER PIELEN SCHXVANK ERNEST Rm' RUDULPH IRIS IIUDULPH EUGENE RODGERS M ERLE Rm' HOW'ARD SAALMAN JOSEPH SAUUIUNAS QIERALDINE SAUSAMAN BEATRIUE SI-IELLER IIOLA SUHNEBEL CA1'HERINE SCHNEIDER IIAYMOND SCHOELM SCHULTZ SELMA SUHULTZ ELSIE SCHUMAUI-II-:R FERN SEITZ NOMA SEIJNA XIIRIAM SKINNLR JUNE S HDYVARD SHI-:A M LAUGHTER DORA HLIKER ILDRED SI-IILLINO NIERLE SMITH pw-1 'M-smq fr ,AM ' 4 1 aj 55 l,I1,Lff 53 1 .J I X N ,. 3 v Pagf 54 CHESTER SMOLARSKI NORMA SNYDER MORRIS STAAT ELSIE STEI-'1-'EK XVILLIAM STANLEY MARIAN STAPLES HARVEY STENDER MA RJOHIE STINTON ROBERT STOKES JAMES STRIFKE EDWARD STOBBS JOHN STOJAH R li0BERT W. STROH JOHN SULLIVAN HAZEL SUTTON KENNETH STUTTERS RICHARD SUIKLETT KARL SNVANBON CORNELIASTER LOUw LOIS THORP HDXVARD TARALA FRED TEMPLIN DIANA THOMA EILEEN 'THOMPSON CAROL THOMPSON DEAN FHOMPSON FLORENCE TI-IORESEN THOMAS THORESEN WILLIAMQTOMPKINS ALBERT 'POBERMAN .IEANE'l"l'E TOKAHSKI JEANETTE TRAUB LASVRENCE TRAUB BETTE TURLAY VIRGINIA TREEN BARRARA 'I'REMm.Y BETTY JANE TURNEY DOROTHX' 'TYLER I . JAMES ITMHAUGH MAJ - IIOIS UNRUH Xv,gL of REX VANDERA Lo HERMAN VAN DER AA JASPER VAN DOMMELEN JEROME VAN LORETTA VAN KLEY ANNA MARIE GLORIA VAN wv0RMER IVIARIE VAN DER fill-ISHEN l . ARTHUR N ANDERHYE DOMMELEN JOHANNA VAN DRUNEN JOHN VAN ES RUTH VAN KANEGAN VAN NIILLIGAN RALPH VAN :VIYNEN CORNELIA VAN NOORT KATIE VAN WI-:ELDEN :VIICHAEL VAN ZUIDAM CONSTANCE VENCKUH IVIARGARET X ENUTA IEDNA X ERHOEVEN SADIE Vxcxmzs GERTRUDE VOGLER ALTHEA VOLLAND ARVID WALRERO ROBERT WALDEN ANGELINE Voss JOHN W YVERBERG MARGARET WASCHER TROY WEEE MARION WELCH MARJORIE WATERMAN JOHN WATSON RAYMOND WEMBE J ELlZAyEZ ERTR ' ' AR R WEssE . if , . uf MAXINE WEETENBERG Y 'j MQ Loms WEBTERVELD ' 1' 1 J JOHN WETMORE JOHN WIEDEMANN MARTIN WILxINs ELIZABETH WHEELER NEIL WnITsoN BETTE WILLIAMS FRANcEs WILLB MARGARET WILsON CARL WILLIAMS CHARLES WILLIS EMIL WILTRAKIS FRANR WOLERUM BET1-E WORKMAN EARL WISE STANLEY WISHBA CHRISTIAN WORTENBERO MILTON YOUNRER MICHAEL Ynnxcx LIONEL YosT ALICE YOUNO J ORN ZAMBON RAYMOND ZAREMEKA EARL ZEILENOA FRANK ZAPCIIENK MARIO ZARANTONELLO JANE ZIEMRA HARRY ZUMDA DOROTHY ZILsBI-:ROER WALTER ZIMDARS ye - rn"f"' I Pflxf 55 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS I B S fl Vice-President. Scam!--f Stand-inyz -CLAUDE ANDERSON, First Vicn-President: NORMA UGH, .econ RAYMOND VINc'ENT, 'I'ri-itsiire-rg H0wARn URSETTIE, Prcsirli-nt: RUTH DIEMER, Secretary. Led on by the thought ol approaching upperclassmanship, 'I'hornton's sophomores have as individuals and as a class established a Iull list ol achievements in all the taslcs undertaken by them. Standing high in the Fine scholarship record OI the class by virtue of appearance in the First semester Loyal Qrder ol 'Ihorntonites were Warren Claussen, I-Ienry D. DeYoung, Mary Guild, William Meyer, Betty Schroder, Frances Septowslti, I'Ioward Llrsettie, Mary Anders, Robert Andrews, Louise Brand, ,lean Cald- well, Alexander Lalcowslcy, Sally Q Connell, glane Ridder, I-larry Rinltema, Carrie Jean i ver, June orpy, and Robert Zeilenga. Not onl in grades, but in all-around activities did this year's upper-undergraduates earn distinction. Y I-Iolding an unusually large share ol club oFIices, they proved themselves able executives, with one club, the Recreation, possessing an all-sophomore executive board. In the Field of athletics, Ray Vincent and Robert Bauman proved to be only two ol many to represent I h h I d Ieatin a the class well. Too, a sophomore girls' gym team won the championship o t e sc oo , even e g challenging faculty team. Awarded the opportunity to share the junior-senior I-IaIIowe'en dance, the sophomores provided their full quota ol ghosts and goblins. Then, starting on their own, the second year class held its Final party April QQ, alter being snowed out April 8. Helping malce the allair the success that it was were Roger slaclcson, in charge of tickets, Marjorie Lloyd, food, ,lean Lund, decorations, Valerie jabroslty, entertainment, an Mary Guild, who as music chairman provided the strains ol John Sentesi s orchestra for the occasion. Thus passed the school year of 'I937-38 For the class ol '4O. AT SUMMER'S END, THIS GROUP WILL BECOME AN ACTIVELY VITAL PART OF THE UPPERCLASS STUDENT BODY. Pay: 56 Xlxm' SllUIi'l'IKlINil'1. Lens Cu Tl PI' GRI lI'l' tanding, .Inns Zn-ix, R.n'xmNu'I'.uA1,olc, l'1liI"IIlliIl'II lirzuc. I':.XlQL :XI1fIIKA4'KIiN XYIWNIH-Ill 'XI un 'nw' Hu ' 4' ' . .. ,... . . rm1.n . nu.xnan'r. Grammar: K'm.wr:1.1.. .lofrzvu I'IlIl.l'1IiS..I.U'K I,0'l'z,.lrrHN Clu.u'1sH..los1-:PH C'HMIEI.I"INNNKl. I!.ueo1.1mICx'ANs, I,meNrzIC1.x,m':'r.I-Im1uMum1x'1-ww Seated Ilux Ihxssriw. Iilxwxlch S'1'1cl'.xN4'zl'K. I-lI,1.swmc'ru VAN Ifs. f'l4l-:s1'x-in IIAli'I'l'II.lI'S. 'l'uNx' .M nm A. Cin 1-:Num xx Nmuixw. ii!-ixmlrzvri IfI'IYNUI.IDS. I!l'r.x Los I-1, IYILMA IHINNHT. IH-1'r'1'Y Lol' IH-zxlmmc. I':I.AINI'I Ilrzlrm-IN. .lnsmnlxrz Iivr. .lrl.l,xN Zn u N x , . rl. K I.Xl'S. l'nxNn ffxlcx-zx. f'm'lc'1'I..xNlJ S'l'AN'l'UN. NIIIBIDLIC GRHVI' Standing Rmfrzlrl' lil lass. IRIS .IrvNl1:s. CIILNIJHHX PI ZIMNY. NIINNIH Hxnsrzx. .IPIXNNFZ I.Iux1,xN. Iiumzlu Nlulurwzw. Xrznxux II mms. W XI,l'EN 54'IiI'IIHlNH. f'nm1.l1:s l"l.vN'1'. ll.uuu.n Swn' I uxmxm I- I' ' ' mar. Iln'l,1.ls I,u'1u11'lcNr:. I.Yl1u XIUNIKOF Imw C'n1N1-'ulrv Se t ' I' ' . . .. . I , . aef. uuwarzxl-1 lxulxmxskl. I m.x Kms. C'xlml.xN I'u'l.IK. xx-II.I.l.XM Nuxtxk. XYII.I.AliD IIlA'l"I'. l'm'l.1.ls I'INHI"II,. IIENRII"'l"I'X Wrrlwux Ilnwxl D I x Xrru R1 uxn1wNonk Hmm um Xl! lI'li IIUIKI v 1- lwwx IXXIHPIQINI' NKINNIR Hun Xlill Pmxm I XI XIHIN Ixl In nl iz lHH'I"I'UXl CHU PI'I' Standing Yulxxlc Xhfsrr:nx14:1.lv. l.lf:Nx Iilclsrlxll u. Sum' II'f'0NNl'll.l.. f'I,,Xl'Ill1 Xxxvrzumrx. IIUXXAHD l'HM:'1'llr1. Ill-:Nm If. IH: Ymxu. Xnrurn Iilmmlcn.Wl1.l.l.xmClcrrxxlml-111. Iimx um IIAIIINXIVK. Kiucmwr Nm yr. XI.xm'l-:l.l,.x I,xlcsuN. SI-1lAlK I.: uluzlrl. lmzulx I.1'm'r:m'. Seated Snr:1,1urN1211.11-:n'l. K.KI'I'lI'IlKINl'l I'II'liR. Xnuxu lirun. Mxm' fIl'II.II. I'Il.17wr3ux IIur1Khlnx.l"l.4zn- I vw 14: X xxmzu n'Ul'lll-I. llvrn I4r:l,I.mmm:. Imrxhr: NX xml. I.ul.lcx1xr: Nlxlmrriss. AI.'kIi1iklH'I'l'x.KNI!I-1Nl:I'Iltli..II-1XNIIl5U'Y. YIIUGINIX I'mx1-111 Hun I,I',l'l'liNH. Iirmu-:l.l, S'rnnm. H. ,. :U ': uI.IN.XXILLIAMI',Hl.l'1liH..Il'Sl1I'H Ii1'm'K. I,I'IIlilII'vlSIlI'1Ii. N I lo ' HQ' . 'JJ IQ , 'Q' .1 l'flgz' jj' 0 'FUI' GRUVI' Standing SIAM' DUKI-:l,0w, INI.-xlumm-:'1' .XL1:.uc. IFRANH-:s SEP'I'0XVSKI, HARRY Hmm!-1R1.fxN. l':DNY.XliD C'P2nr:s, KQAIQELIJ lharzlmu, Nlmvrxw WILMQNH, lhv:x1oNn YINI'l'IN'I'. limmfxnn lix'uuUAm', W1LI,1AM I'H1L1.xrs. KENNm'n Commn. liomzm' KANE, W1x.1.1.xu Puwrzns. YIIMINIA Cfxlclz, VIRGINIA lion, f:I.ADYS DAVIS, Seated ROBERT 1X1Ali'l'!N, JOHN H0s'rxmN. ' rzfmul-1 HAMMN. NIAIKION Gomm.xN. l'.u'1.lNl-I fx0UWENHOYl'IN, Iivl-:IAN Clmn1.xNN. XYIIMA ALVOX, ,IEANNE Am.:-iN. l':S'I'HI"Ill KI!-:ssk:nsr'Hm11'r. C'0lcNv:11.x HlHNi4iI1IX'lNN. fwjlifll, lK.u'm:.ur1'Nr1li, l'1I.M!Cli Sr nrlxxkv. JOHN III-:A'r1-In. Rm' film-:UNA KIIDIJLIC GRUVI' Standing llA1m1,1m S.u.ow, li.xx'm0ND l4lmwN. liomzm' lH:N11mm'Ks. .loam-H Swmyr. I,r1uN.um Ihxnsrzx. Ii11'n.xlumlllcnlclvk.W.u'Nr: lllmN'r. lllmm' YAN IJUMMI-:l.v1N, WILL1:-x fxlil"II'S, S11-:Nc 1-:lc I3R0l'KMAN, .IUHN KOWALIK. R011-.u'l' Klrffxsklx-3, .YAVK fXI1'fXmI. Iflnwmlm I'l'1UI'l.I4lH. Seated .I.fxc'K QQEORKIPI. Iix I-1m'N Y.-xN IJRUNEN. LILLIAN NV!-ml-LN!-zlc. I70I.UHFS Iiuun. C'Alml-:l.1.x .Xuvm ' ' ' ' " f " I.'xI,uN1mr liulusImkri.f'.x'rnr1mNl11 H01:r11is.Cl1c.-uw:Pr4:1.1s1f:.NI.xm:.uu-:TX ULKL-ll., MYIQTIE llfxslxlz. Izmuuc I M luv. I,0luc,x1m-. . lfumu liI.v'rn. .Twx lh:xlm.w, l4U'l"I'llM GRHVP Standing Wll.I,!.u1 Sl.1Nc:mc, Ylr"l'mc limmw. .XR'I'HI'lK TOKAHSKI, LOUIS SAUHIH. .'XN'rnuNx 5KNXAliEK. Ury Sm'11l.lf:'1'1', HPIHNAIII xvII.l.l-XY. Ill-:NNY l'. R.kYI'lHl.UU'I', l"lmNK S'1'.xnzx'x. Lows Iilmzo. HENRY l,AliEN'l'.:X1.YI"l'Hl'1XY l.A11Nl xx. Seated 'l'm-11u4s.xGlcmual-1 Ruskin mx' ZILSML. Ilmus YI M.-xl:'1'1N. Ixxx Nl.KESXlI'I'H.N1ARIONBl'1l.I.AMY.KIARILYNN Hl'1NRY.fXI.XRII.YN Hfw1lr:u.SYI.vl.x XYIET mu, I.mm.-x1Nr: SVHALZ. lCx'xl.lcNr1 Y,vrsAu. l':N'l'l'Il.l.H li.-umls, IUOm1'r'r.A lv'l'I'CliMAliK, S1-1mI.m' .Xxx lfnxrzs, I.m'1sr3 ll.-xli'1'1ml.m:N. 1 agf 'FUI' GRUVI' Standing RlA1'1ur'1'1.XlrAxm, IH-:vr:Rm' R0llEli'l'N. YIRGINI x JVAGNER. Bi-:1"rx' VAN :7AM, ICURER1' ZEll4I'INKlA.l,UI7IS li1mr'Rx.v, Wim,- LAM M1-:Yi-:R. ICDWARIJ GAI.l.E1'1'. RAYMOND 'I'nMsnEr'x, PAUL RETZLAPF, JEAN SELKIRK, AIAE IBEYOUNG. CJARNIE .Il-:AN Sn.v1-:R, ROIil'Ili'I' .XNDlH'JWS. Seated Rm' CHARl.1:s THOREBEN. ALMA GENfJS'ESPI. Iinsu-: Rrmorl-'. .Xl.l-:THA W1-:I-::vxAN. VERA Hl'IRliINLl'I'0N, HAliliII'I'l' Iirzrvu. Ill-:'r'rx' SUHRODER. CARYI. Homxs, XIAHJURIE COOKE, YI-:RA xvAI.DHl'HMlD'I'. l':LIZAlll'ITH KA1.1,m 1-irr. I'II.IZAlll'Yl'H I,A'rRAxx. Jrl.1A Zmxo, .Xl.liEH'l'A NIENZEL. Lnoru IEOWERMAN. NIIIJDIJC GRUIJ' Standing -:XNDRENY Ill-:RNANm:z. BIIVHAI-:L CQONHIADEK. XVENDELL ANT!-:1.l.. NlAnR1r'1-1 f'0s:x1AN. RAYMOND Wlrm. HARRY lilNKr1MA, IVAN ZAR:-:R, .ANTHONY Now.-xx. .Xmas fwA'I'HOLIi', flEORGE IKETZLAFF, fiERALD liVK'IA'l'KOYYSKI, JVILLARD lil-:s'R. FRANK Plxonz. Rom-:R'1' SURIA, VIQHAIJDEUN STOJAK. Seated- EDXYARIJ Czvv., JOHN 'I'RoJAN0wnKx. NIc'Rm.As Gunn. lsAm:1.l.r: FANARA, .lr:NNu-: IlAvu,ANn. JEAN xIEYl'1Rl'Hl'IK, ANN HURW.-KT, I,oRRAxNE HEIDEN, IUOROTHY XYIEHKE. Iinrrn RAMPKI-I. AIAHII-J 'I'.u.ouA. KA1'RAR1N1-: FLW, IJURIH LUNDIN, RITA SVHRANK. l'I'1'm-:L SIAE Nm.:-RIN. LOU ICMMA f:EORlili.JOHNNll'1 l'wI'IA'I'HPIliH'l'UNl'I. W Vl"l'l PM GR! IVV Standing lflmlu-:Nm-1 Hmm!-in, .XR1.x-:Nu ICR1-:R RARUT. l"Rr:DA MAN4:ol,n. Rom-:R'1' NIl'flI.:Kl. HARRY S1r:NRn, RoRr:R'r YAN IJAM JUHN .'XSliI.EY. ICRWIN WAl.110w . Wn.1.1An xIl'IliRIT'l', FRANK IQORHEL. AI.-KRJORIE Couswx-:m,, S'1'm.l,A Hm,v:N Ku.l.An:R. Seated LIYI-Il.I..K WAHI-1. Sl'zANNr: ZILSKH, YIf"l'0RIA C'mRM1E1:A. IiE'r'rl-: .YEANNE REvNm.DR, AIAIIIIAHEI' NlEliRI'I"l'. Ilonfrrux' Gll.l.lAM, G:-:Nr:1,m1 flliEA'I'HOUNl'I, Rmnfxwr fllHNON. l':MMl'1'l"I' I3RAN1m'r, XYESLEY HDXVARDS. H1-:asm I,0vRENm'lr'n. lh-:l,r:N JYAHINU. .Il'Nl'I KlUll'Kl'Ili, S'I'l'1l.I.A xIYSl.lWIE!'. Ilm.r:Nr: SAMOJ1-:nNx'. N1AliY PAP:-As, HEA'I'Rlf'l1 HUDLUN. F I 'agr 50 N I u n' 1 Q ,I . Al' 4 ., 1 od ' Till' GROUP Standing .imumn Ihvis, .xLI!ER'l' Nlllihl-JR. Aimnuxm lioivr, Joi-IN Mvnmimz. Cn.uu,i:s Muasmz. Wmxri-:lx W.u,m:x. W.u.l..u'i-1 WAI.4'zvN:4K1. GI-:mum NVHITNEY, I'IuwA1m l,0l'HAPlN, IIARHY Sxirrn, THOMAS HEUILING. STANLEY ilivuul-1'1"r. FURIHGHI' Hxxrzs, Louis lI4rr1KH'rlm. Romzwr NIASSEIA., NVu,1.IAM Hmcr'Ui.Es. MANUEL AGUILAIL. RALPH HUMAN, Seated LINDA I,ls'1'i-111. .XNNA , V ' . I l'mvi,ns. .Mm-1:-x Wm-xmxoi-zwzn. DoN.u.u NEIAON. .Mm-xr-2 LENDI. i'1ERlil'iR.'l' NEviLANDs, NIARION NUKOL. lJuN.u.n MmuusoN. iI"l'H lion:-nm-x, NUHMAN lii1Nn.u.i,, Rim-mlmG1l.1mu'r. lIv:Nm' VAN M11.L1s:AN, IQENNETH N1-:LsoN, S'1'E1.1,A 'l'1'i,1'i-AN. M.xuJmur: N,xN'rz. .X NNl'I'l"I'E fiRAl'l'1N'I'llIEN. MIDDLE GRHVI' Standing -JEAN lXll1,1,r:u, Maxim Sri-1w.urr, Rvn-1 Mu: 'I'mm1s'rlm, RUTH MUim.u', NIARJORIE .lm-iNsnN, Rom-:n'r Wv,xN'r. iifilllfllfl' XYICI!-K!-2Nl.'kNN. ll.uml.n IIAmus0N. XVARIJ Rv1s'1'Em'1El.b. VVILLIAM SVHAEFER, MAME NIIVHOR. A1,n'i-1 C14:Lx-zlwuu, liAliRIl'1'l' iii-:lm.4NN, Lui:-x lhcivu. l'lvm.x'N 'l'um:. Seated A BETTY lIATc'uEn, LUf'xLLE Fmiusvrx. .IUHN CQUUGHLIN. .IAMEH 'lluu-I-iv, .KNNA IJr:'1'l,ur'F, JUNE i,A'I"l'l'lR90N. R1-JGINA STUPKA. ANGELINA RIHANDO. Im-1NE 'l'x-1lz0Nl-:ul-:lung Gl..fxm'H UANAN. Rvrm-1 ll.'xr:'rz. i'I'I'lll'Ili M.uc'riN, S'1'ANi,m' i,ll0l.E. .XNUIIHXY Ross, NIYRA MAILKS, .IULIN Gllf:lc'1'UuA. lSlb'l"l'UM GRUl'l' ' F XVILLMAN, .IAVK Til-im. lima!-1NE .IANK1msKl. DAN Nll'Ki.kHON Standing Nl,uz.mlur:Sx1i'ri1,.I0s1-:PH SONKEERUUIUHN I MGMAN, RED Ihnei-im' limuzsvimm, ldlmrwv SAKIJXYIFZ, :Km-:x.xN1xmu L.-xKUW'S'CY, ' 1 ' . 'rin' Romania. Seated .IANlf1'r CTAYER, limxm f'AU'l'FlRUi4I'K, INIARJOHIE I,I.t1Yn. I-IVELYN .'xREND'l', BI-1'r'rx' SEXTON, Lum Nr:l,rmN I'Inw.uum I-Imxsrm. limimu' R1.u:'Ki-:n,S'r1-Avi-:N Ihi1m11'K1,Wx'roL RINH i1iIiNH'I'. i'il.IZAI!E'I'H xiflNK, C.umI,1'N -IANEH, SIAM' ICx,LEN Ci-iAM.u.ics. Cum Kumi-1, 'I'0Nx' lIm.i.m1.xN. Woonumv xvIl.SIYN. Dunm- D l'zA, ICMMEV1' Squuu-za. ICV1-:LVN Wurrrx. Ilmurrm' I,.w. K vrnrz- ul LR- an. .WT 'agr lm .f TUV GRlll'I' Standing i'-HXNKIAIN Primus.C'n.uu.r3s l'n:'l'1-zlcsum. Iirzmxrv filHSNNHl,ll. lCl.r:.4Nrrm7 5111.1-:N. .Lums l,A Iirri. XYFIIINEH Wl'1.lfr'..I.xNr: Iilumw, l.x XI-LRNE N1I'l.l.xNs. .Im-srzvu ,lx'm:K. XIAx .Xsnuum:. Seated RALPH I,.u'luDsr:N. fTl.Alil'IN!'E M.u..u'mmskl, W1l,l,1,ul Xlm ml,-x-ive, i.Ul'IH NIIXNZYK. llrL1,l..x XIMNE. lh1'r'1'Y c'AllMI'S. i'iXIII.Y f'I'l'Ol,lI.l.0. I,Awm:N4'I-1 Rouwl. .lush-:rn Iilwlh l'IIl,xm-.L SICNHINIIFII. NIIIJIJIJC LlR1ll'l' Standing IIHLPIN Pnlcrz..Vr:xNN14:C'.Ask1-ix'. Mun' ANN l'1cm-1 ' :mln .IRAN f'Al.llNK'l1I.I,. RALPH YUVNM. linmplrl lh'm.l., Kms um Kmu'I,sk1, lnrls IxmiNl'r7. Lois Ixr:N'1'1sn, JANE C'.xl.1mr:1,x., Muni-1 Sli-:nr:1rr. I'.x'r1ur'm fXl.u.oNm'. Seated R.xl.l-n Imvls Dmmrm N-xur:Nm1lu:.l',l.r:.xNolml'Ar'Ko,NNxNlFm:n.I0HNsoN.Jx-:AN i,I'ND. Ilrniwrln' Rm' limi: 5HlIil,EY lMr1N1N1:, flriwrivll-ix r INN un. lux x Jun: XXARIKEN. XIGIKNA IZNKLI-Il,llAliD'I'. XA IH-:AN Nlrlirzi-:vr:u. CIW!-:l.xx Sulnicxsxlw. 'l'm:nmmnr: l.1.mn IH YI"l'l PM lllit hI'l' Standing I.xxxm:N1'r: Sinus li.u'xmNn limmv, lfmzlx NlI1.Nr:..I.ual-:s..h'4sl's'l'I's. .Xxmcrzw K'l.r1l.xN1r. S'r.fxNi.l11x' NI xxl.xN. l'in1.1,1h Rrilrmx-:, Nllxxrzrix Nhclsuxw. l.omc.x1Nr1Su1NIz'K. Nlm.n,x Slm'snN. iilililkk Rom-:n'1'suN. .lusrzrn li. iiIl'1IUDYll', lfumglrl' Nlmmlir Xl XIFIIN II xi-IN. i,I"IXXlS I.1Nlmsl-xr. .Xl,m1:n'l' lilu'm:1.1-in. IJANIE1, Kr'w'111r'k. FRANK KI.lM'kI.A. Seated: Ymzwum S'1'ur:1'xuxN,lir-:Nr:- xlrzun i'XNl-IK. 5l'IC ZPII"l'K N14'1ml.soN, llulcurln' l'iuNsl1:N. Is,xm:1.l.1-: Iilmrsmx. .Irwvr-I Hl'ssr:1.1.. Ilmulrnx linurw. iii-1NHIPI'I"l'K Xxkmc. I.i'r'l1.l.i-1 Xumms. .XI'nm:x' I?1'N1'.xN. HxNN.x Zrzlxrzu., l'nY1,1,Is iluzrz. .hzsxlrg I'1f:r'fm.um. Mxlcllc liuzxillslpl.. YHHLINIA Hl'um:I,l.. I.m'1sr: lx!-:mcNs. iil'll,MI"l'll HuI.l.wr-:m:I,. NM 11.13 1' V I I H A 'FUI' GRUVI' Standing .IANE RIIIIIEII. YALERIIC .l.uxIumKI', HENRY C. RAVESLOOT, JAMEH PHILLIPS. XVARREN CIIAITHHEN. WILLIAM c'UN,XN'l' RI-:N.IAnIIN WILHIIN. iluuu' REEVI-ns, ROIIERT I'EI'Ic. .XRTHUR FERIIUHON. Rm' VAN AN'IWX'ERP, xllhhk-1 'l'oURTEI.LoTTE, FHARLIIH KIARRY, YERNQIN lJO0I.l'IVN'l'IliIYl'. JOHN MIIIEII. x1AliGARET DE GROQT. MARY I':l.IZAHETH ANDERI4. Seated -WILI,IA:xI LAURENH, RmII-:RT ICAEI-'I4:Ie'I'I'. XlAll.IlllCll'L IIANEH. I,.u'INA VAN RERIIIEN. LOUISE BRAND, PAULINE NIAREK, JEAN RIIIKI-I, IXIARY ANNE PI-:I'I'INu RUTII Sxm-OLINHKI. .IRAN N1ANHl-'Il'lI.D. SAIILI' C'nN.xN1'. RUTH DIEMER, JEANNE SUUI-HAM. JOHN IIowAR'I-H. fII'1f7liHi'l I'ANzI-:II MIDDI.I'I GRUUI' Standing IIIVI-:I.x'N IKELZ. l7fIIIo'I'III' GRAVEH, S'l'El.l.A Hou, EDWVARD I'IAZLEHUlQS'l', KQEORHE ROIIERI-I, c'ARL I4m:ENsf'HNEIIxEII, R0lll'1R'l' JENHEN. IIEIIIII-:II'I' .lAr'oIII-ION, RUIIERT PE'l"I'IGliEVV, KENNETI-I XVESSE. I-'Lovn XVILLIAMH, HENRY IIARTKOQRN, IVORMAN f'III-1vI-II.INI:. RIIIIERT I,I'I'I'Eli!-HON. DOROTI-II' MIKEH. THANE MIfAI.LIs'I'ER. Seated- -MARuAHE'r fT'l"I', l'III.I-:I-:N ffERH0l.D'l', RITA Nl4'IiNlGI!'l'. f:ENEVII-IVE IiI.0NKOXVNKI. .I AMI-:H 'l'oEI-PER. IDARIO BRINc'IvALI,I, NIARION YOSH. JI-:ANNE RIDDEH, NIARY JANl'1l':lIl.l0'l"l'. J I-1.-IN llERsc'HINsKI. RIr'I-IARII SHI-ILDRAKE. HENRY J. 1,16 x'0UNG. NIARIE IIAIINO. l.II,I,IAN IQRAMER. HIIIEI-:N NIIVRI-I-Iv. IJIIIIQAINII Bl? IU 'lll'1'I"l'. RU'l"l'OM GRUVI' Standing I4III.r:I-:N KI:I.I,v, f'HARI.Es RIILLHR. RFFUS ANIIEIIHQN, IIAIIRI' II. Go'I"I'sc'H.II.K. IIARQLIQ Coxrm, xl0R'I'0N I,I'1Hi.KN, llAIuII.Im IIIMMIINH. .XI.I.AN D. BI..-INKI-1, RQIIIQRT CAI,IxwELI,. JAUK NIUKIJIH, RVI-:III-:TT WPNYON, INIERRILI. HI-IIKNIIRERKEER. PAUI. LLIl1Il'lAVKLAND. Seated .IUHN BUIII-IN. C'uvrII.o. l,.KYIID IVIIANI-III. HAROLD I,.klilMOIiE. l'IIww.IRv DYKSTIIA. GEORGE NlADORY, NI-1 ll ,IIQULII liwxlcs, .IE.NNNlC'l"l'l'1 l'INIII:I,IxlIE4'II'I'. .XNNARI-:L YIFKERS, SUE IIOUTHI. CYARULXNE XIIKEH. RUTH Z1I.:-IIIEIUII-:R. I'1R.XNl'EN ZII.e-IIII-:Iu:IcII, f'AItOl.YN l7uI.I.. ICVALI-:I-:N xIA'l'II,l7A STINTIIN, ROSE HANNAH. MARI:ARI-i'I' WIIIIJAMH. llRAI'E limi., I!E'I"I'I' KJUEEN. DUN Wll.ruxuN. ,IUNI-1I'H R.Kll.XNllYll'H. ft? ,X '., I' ri 1. , 'z Iv, IRILQI' 03 FRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS Standing-WILLIAM OVCONNELL, Second X.if'P'PI'f'Sid9ht. SeatedwBE'r1'x' Hunmas. Sr-crvtaryg ROBERT XVALKER. Pri-sid:-int: DONAIAD ICIPLEY, First Vim--I'r1-niclviit. Building pleasant memories for far-future days, a carefree freshman class has made its friends and had its joys while at the same time it has forged its linlt of achievements in the annals of Thornton history. Aiding in carrying high the class record ol scholarship were William Q'Brien, Virgil Parish, Robert Wallcer, Charles Woodrich, Priscilla Copeland, Robert Downey, Herbert Hammer, William Stage and Marion Ter Louw. They, by being listed in the First semester Loyal Order of Thorntonites, have set an example lol- lowed worthily by their brotherclassmen. With similar success has the class ol '4'I participated in 'l'hornton's other activities. Competing lor the honor ot being queen of the swimming pageant were Nancy Peasley and ,lewel Rynberlc, Also nominated for this honor were Doris Alverson, Margaret Bultman, Betty Case, Mary Dewey, Gloria Fitzgerald, Gloria Hansen, Audrey Krueger, Marilyn Q'l'lara, Florence Shilling, Sheila Smith, Harriet lriemstra, Orva Watleins and Dorothy Woolard. Adding further variety to the class achievements was Miriam Davis, who played her bass clarinet in the state solo contest. loo, Donald Willing held up the honor ol -lhornton's newest class by his performance ol athletic managerial duties. ln knowledge, in sports, in music, in all the Fields oriered in lhornton's modern curriculum have this yearls freshmen added their bit to the happiness ol the high school community. IN SUCH MANNER HAS THIS CLASS, THROUGH ITS WILLINGNESS AND EAGER SPIRIT, GAINED ADMIRATION. Page 03 -I I , . I " 'I u 'I . 4 TNI' GROVI' Standing N1AliY .XLEEN l'A1'Kus, GI-:NI-:VIEVE GOOIIEN, MARILYN SAPLIS, SHIRLEY XIANSFIELD. VIRGINIA I.O'rz, .YAI'K 'I'RAc'I'. HIIRT JOHN:-ION, BYRON MvCOv. CI-IARLEN IIAVVLEY, l.ER'rER TIENRTRA. DAVID SIMPSON, ALVIN GOLD. DORIN l':VEIA'N ALVERNON- JOAN BRUGCGEMAN. AIARTHA flLUSAf', AIHCLINE DERUN'I'z. SeatedgNEAL NIANDELKO. .IORN ICORDEVVIVH. ANNE COIi!', BICVICICIIY URL:-IEN. lfl'I'l"I'Y MILLR, SREILA SMITI-I. VIRGINIA MARNRALL, ALICE H'US1'0N, FLORENCE Hlsss. ELAINE IIARMKE, ANNA VVHl'I'l"I, ICIII.A PREI.vs. fIRAf'H ZEILENIIA, HARRY I'A'I'RONIK, RICHARD I,UDwIu, NIARVIN NIETZGER. MIDDLIC GRK Nfl' Standing .IUANITA SUVVHICN, NIARY NlARGAliI'I'I' BARR, VIRGINIA WILLOWR. .IORN LANE. AIITHUR .IACKI-ION, FRANK HARRIH. RORRR'r IIANEY, IIENRI' liARIfII-ILD, RAYMOND Ilom-1NsI'IINEIDER, REID XVILSON, HAROLD BAKER. IGLIZARI-:TR KOTRIILYA, SOIIRIE GUMIIR. Seated NIIKE CEI'R, I'E'rI-:R AMP1'MEI'ER, WYARIIEN Sc'RELLER, NEIIISON VAN MILLIIIAN, VERNON CIEHRKE, l,'l"I'It-5 I,I4I-:I-ER. SOI-RII-1 IJI'Rc'z. llAzI-:L I.I-:ININI:I:R. MARION XYAVENUE, NORMA GERRER, CIENEVIEVIC FANELLI, XYAYNE PRIIII., LEONARD PIEKAIIHKI. JOHN Nlll-IRZWA. BO'l"1'0M GR0l'I' Standing- IIANVliENI'E IJRIRLOLL, I.AwRENc'E KING. I-IDWAIID KOZIK, ICDNA S'l'EELl'I. CLAIRE nAUMUAlC'I'NEli. TRD MI'nI.IvIII11'. NDVVIN I"IIIcE:-u4:. ICLMER IROUKELMAN, VVILLIAM IUAVIS. LEO ZYr'HOw:-IKI, RALPH IIENOVER. RIITI-I .XLI-'ERINK, l,II.l.I.xN KIINZA, YINI'EN'I' lj!-IC1Alil.0, IGDWARD NIAZKAS. Seated --WINII-'RED YVINGARD. DJARJORIE CKFNRIXD. NIAXYNE l'OwI-:Rs, RORERI SI-AN4:I.r:R, ,IAMI-:R 'l'I'LL, WILLIAM ANDERNON. IDI-:NNIN .lAr'R:-ION. ARNOLD AHNDT, ICDMUND QIILLIAM. I-IRMA xIl'Ali'I'.Kl!. SAM SHIKI.-X. IIINNIR BI-xr: CIYNNIKEAN. xYII.I.IE RIIIH I.A'rRAM. Page 04 'FUI' GRHVI' Standing SUPIHE .h'm'A. :XNNA IIVUINENUA. I'IM:uA I'Rlf'l-1. CTLARI-2Nl'l-I ITE!-INSVAART. JAM!-is JANZ. GI-Lfnuzrz xIA0lH'Nll. xylI.l.IAM I,UNN. Gus'r.w llusvn. XYILLIAM BURUH. Lamar: 31ILl.ER, RWTH ICLLIJN f7ALDVK'EI.L, Gr:R.u.nlNr: NT-:LsuN. Seated .hrsnxn xll'l,Hl'INliIN. .XLIKEIKT Rl-zrrz, NIARIO IMULTON, f"Asx1!-:lc BARAN. Hl'I'l'TY Ix100RE. I-'AY HIRSVH. NIARY fQl!ENll'JR. :X1ARY NIIFI-'LIN I,0R0'I'HY XYUULARD. limi. Y.u..u'H. Ali'l'HL'H CARli0I.L. STANLEY BIYHIERT. XYAIIFI-IR xVlSNII'IWSKI. I-Iuwmm XVVJVIK. I..fxvYm-:Nr-rg u'lCI,l'll, MIDDIJC GRUVI' Standing Ih-:TH Nmmus. I,rvTL1,m Sf'm'n1u-1. IJr:LoRr:s KAY. RUTH IIL:Nm-:Rs0N. IJURANLTL Mmmxx. ,IAVK IIT-zmm. HARYHY KNUIHI-:N, Kr:NNl1:'TH Svnl..-YUDRAFI-', I'h:RlxER1' MALI-Il-:R, .XLT-'RED .I.u'0Rr-TMA. VIOLI-1'I'ZEfiARA4'. Sm-H11-1 XYIKUHLIVKY. Norm l'III.l'1l'IN NIl'1ll..XI. lirru SVHMIDT, nI'Jl'1'll-I FlTZl'A'l'HIL'K. Seated 'PETE I-'oU'rs. ARTHUR STR01-T. STANL1-:Y S'l'YPULUNKI, IjONAl.D Hll.l,Yl'IlK, IRENT-1 UNAK. X-I0l.l'I'l' S'rRrvvL:N. IsA1m1,1.1+: ZELEZNIK. 51.-KRTHA CEN'I'. CTumELT1'.a .IRAN .I.u'uRsoN, AFIJIHCY lilwrzurzn. YRRA Ihmzz, Lois Hman. f2Ul'IN'I'IN 'lwYl.l'1N. FLOYD Ronmz. R.aLr:mH SMITH, ANTHONY I,Il,l'I0. IiH'l"l'HM GIUWI' Standing BRNNY Hl'l"I'NEli. S'rr:vHL:N SXYIA'l'KOXY!'lKI. CYHEN'I'l'IR Ih:GR.n'F, HAROLD YALE. .KNTHUNY Sr:R4:o'rT', .Il-ANN!-:'l"1'r-I Iioswglc, .xl,l1'l'I Y.-YN IKARTLN. IXRRTTLY VAN Ihlum, .XNNA RTL!-:R. RILHARD lilC'KEli'l', IJUNALD lioNNl-mA, WILLIAM CTICULL. l'r:.xRY I'm'nos. Seated l,0I.0Rl'1S GRz.anzlNsKx, :MARY SFHMIEDI.. -'Ol-IN l'EL1.1-:uRlN0. CTLYRLT-:s YmvNu. I,l'f'ILlYl'I Hu-:Yr-:R, ANN11-1 SNYIDKIK l,0lt0'l'HY SVHMIDT. l"RANl'111s H.'NN , J ' 1 B 'I . W Ill-1LEN I'.u.4'zAK, x ON TNT rm!-N ILRUR RIVKHOI-'l". C'AliL Rum-:Rs0N. .Im-TN XYAIL. Hmm DRL NARRU I 'agz 05 I I Till' GROVI' Standing RALPH Wnrrl-1, I,fwORls:-A IKEROI-JR. NORMA SFHLUTEH., ICSTHER FRIERS, ALVIN ROHM:-rr. IxI'1T'l'AJEAN NAIRM. ROR!-:wr ANTHONY. JOHN ROONHY, I.:-:ONARD IBAVEY. JAMES RUHRO, RORERT ANKER. VIVIAN INRLE, L1-:ROY JOHNSTON, RUTH MAxwn:L1,. AVALUN IIAINHR. Jusl-:x-H fTZYL, .lAf'K IJALEY. Seated 'XVILLIS BAXTER. LLOYD PATNO, ROBERT R1ARLA'I'T. QQEURGE HOLL:-1R. HY M1'AR'rAR. IIUNALIE f'HAlll1l'1H c'AYl'Ili. limvrv ROLIHUN. ANNA RIAK ADRAGNA. BERNIFE ZELEN, I.0RE'l"l'A IUIEKELMANN. RU KFRYHH. NIINNIE HOLL!-:MAN, MAL1'OLM HOwm-1RHELL. EDVVARD IJUDEK, JACOB IiA'rs, ICAHL PRIRULA. RAYMOND BARAN, MIIJDLIC GR! DUI' Standing NIARY ANN GAvIN. f4E1'I'Il.IA SYl,VEH'I'liAK. 1.1-:NORE BRAUN. IVLORI-:Nms RUTH l7EXY0l'NG. JOHN RlI'l'ILDOXVNl-CY. Roux-1R'r IWHAE1, xVALEN1'IK. ELMER FONTEU1-HA, Cl.AUIlE GERON. RITA NIORAN, IAUCILLE CUDDIR1-JN, .IOR1-:PH SMULARNKI. Seated l'A1'RIc'lA l,RISf'0LL. RUHE POLANSKA. ICDITH SALTZMAN, JAMER VAN I':T'l'l'lN, ICRICK BERGHTROM. Rlvx-:ARD RIANUN, RAYMON: RORRI, R1c'HAR1m JANRMA, IIARR1' PERKINR. ICDWARD IQUZERA. JOHN POWRRRU RORERT QHIAFF. IQERNARD lh'nALRK, SYLYIA l.lN'l'A, .XRL1-LN!-3 l'wliEllRIf'KHUN, IYOHMA 'l'HORl-ix-xEN, EMILY KUTA. flAl,l.l'lGlIH. IAICIINARII VAN IJRUNEN, FRANK JOHN-H'l'0N, -JEAN FERGUSON, IN RONNHLL, RIVHARD f:ltEl'lNXVAI.D. ARTHUR I,lRHR'rY, IQALPH COFFIN, ALIVE BUR l',U'l"l'UM GRUVI' Standing JAVR Hl'I.E'I"l'. 'FED xYAl,l-INGA. JOE 1,011-IOPIN, BENNY VARFO. JOHN il0VANAK. JON!-:I-H KANIS. C'Hl-L:4'l'r1R liI'nI'R. RALPH Wr3Ll.:4. ICARL RLANR, JOSEPH I,Al.ONm:. JOHN STUNIE, RUSSELL I':ARNHAI!'I'. NVILLXAM WVCYONNI-ILL. I,ANIl-IL WILKIH, S'l'ANLl'1Y IIOf'HR1-zu. IJOUOLAR KEl.LER, IJANIEL KQOLDEN. DARROLL CHAPMAN. RALPH Ul.'rHOFl-'. Seated JOHN l1INfax-JI.. ,xl,FRl'ID I,l'I'I'l'IRH. CYAHMIR f'ZYI.. JOHN BROWN. X'Ic"roR1A liALAL'rO, FLORENCE BUCK, IQERNIUE KALETA. R1-1R'rHA IjI+IPNl'IlL l':LIZAl4l-I'l'H H1-:LL, VIRGINIA IIANNRN, I.AYl-IRNE BARNHISEIA. llr:'1"rY SVHXVANK. ICDWYIN IUEYICIQ, IQARI, 'I'vRl,Ax'. xYII.l.I.-KM MARTIN, IPAYIII Gu,1,.u:nx-ZR. l,f1gl' 00 TK ll' GR! ll'l' Standing llmmrzm' linuus. Nluuu IDEYOUNH, JAMA-is Ihzlucss. xYAYNE RUFKNVI-Ill Xl nl-'lm' U1lw'N 'l'l-'n Q'll"JI'X1XN I' . 1..r., , . 1 'nrrv Purz, ANN l'muu'. G1-:maui-: S'1'.u'r, LORIKAINE Bomrr, Rn' Fmxms. liom-:RT SMITH. DoN.u.n l'x-:Liu-1. Ronmrr H1-11-mzn. i.l'l'll.l,l'. iiI'ALl'l'll, I,.uvm:Nz'1-1 XVALDEN. Seated IiE'l'Tx' REPPERT. D0u0'rHE.x CIKOOKS. KENNETH IIANMJN. Rl1'H.um I,Au'rrlN. Hun, WII.u01'r. .'Xl,l1'r: J.u'0ns, JANANN Sl-IHER. ANTHONY JANHMA, HERBERT BROXYN. JAMES WADE. NIARENA KAY. l,.xY1cuNr: i,l1'l'l'lliSIlN. JOHN xvI'.ll'lK, lili0YER Il1u,, B " ' ' ' ' ' " ' AND. uw r, X OUNRI-.li. X mu-.I X ANDER III-A DI-AN. JOAN f'En'rNn. XIIIJIJLIC GRUIJ' Standing Cn.uu,I-is IJAYIS, Hmun' ZEII,H'I'RA. :KLHI-Ili'l' STHOH. I!E.A'rluc'E Kl1.lmx'. R1"1'H JVLIA xvA'I'SON. Rmu-:lrr IJr1lh'1'rmc. RUN!-IN'I' Iiuvlr. Rom-:u'1' Wm1:H'r, Hl'ZNHIET'I'A Zl'1l.DENRl'S'I'. NATALIE IIUNTON. ICINARU Ihurw, NIVK Hm'lf'n. JGHN K'l..uui. Seated .Ir-zum' Ynsx-mu, G1-:1c.u.1m Ml1,1.11:n, RICHARD Z.umxunKA. IIAYMOND Ih:1,1,s'rn0ru. VERNON Nnrrz. l.um:'r'm llmym I.r'n-:LLA RIVHXYALNKI.fJHAlKl.U'I"l'l'I Hmm, S'I'l-:l.l..x lh"1'KAl'sK1. Ill-tuNlr1: Rl-Ll-Zh. I'Il.1.l:m' XVEHNIY Ku. l"r:m mfr VA! s. Juv:1'xNoz7o.W,uclu:N l.ls'rr:u, .lun-:s Mnmuw. H1 P'I"l'4 PM GK! WFP Standing llAlm1.n XIUHNPIY. .MVK Zol.l.r:u. i,0l'lN Nzuxo. JOSEPH SANEK. IIKYIN xYlll'I'I-2. Homgm' I,ANI'I. l"1c.xNK X1cl.nlu'1s. 'l'mm.xs FliAlll"l'UN. lI.um1,n S'l'0I,AlHCK. R.u,vn I'E'1"l'lH:lc. .hzslrzs S1'm'M.uu1li. l,mNl-Ll. iimrr. IPHNALU ISNANKIN. RULANI1 'l'mmA. Seated llmcln' C'0uNr:l.l.. fXlAlu:Aluc'1' li1'li'l', fiLURIA HANSI-IN, Dmus IXIONK. YIRGII. l'AlusH. NlA'rnr:u lMs1sl'.x. Hr:'1"1'r:S1xmnNs, fiERAl.lllNI-I RIFKIIOFF. l,1'1'1l.l,r: Iir:nN0'1'. l"liANc'xs ZIMNY. Rum-:n'r SIMPIR. JAMPLS M14'H.u.skl. f'AliMl'Il,I.A i,P1l,I,l-IKZIKINU. .XNN 'x'I'KINSON, fix-:mam-1 'l'lml,1,l-Ile. 'FUI' GROVI' IA BII.xr'K. XIAIKIUN Ihr. liolxrzwr IMHIIIIAN. Standing IQIIIII-:IIT Ifol-LKs'I'lI.x, RUIIIAJIVI' YIIIJI-JIIINDIQWEYI SHIRLEY IIUNINIIIIK. YIIIIIIN YIIIIIIINII lifuuus. RIIISEIKT WAIIKEII. l"IwIJI-:IIIr'K PIPICR, XVILLIAM IIANE. l7oIzoTI-Iv W.xuNr:II. ICIISII-: I-'.xI.'I'I-:II, Union. Ihvm, 1' l'l'1SI-IILIIING. BE'l'1'x' DITIIIz7I, III-:Nmu lI.x4aI-1s- .Xl.III11II'1' IJIQNQI' CIIAIIIQ. BIQIINAIID SAALMAN. Seated 'RAYMOND KIIIIMEIII 'IIOIII-IN Hmm. RI"I'II SXVANNON, YIm:INI.x IIAIII. BI-:'I'Tv .II-:AN Cfxsm. -TUNE WIIILIAyIsoN. iXiILlJRl'ID WUII'I'xI.xN. Drums .II-:AN f'liAIN. Ninn' l'IIIII-:EN ixl1'cil'IliK. NI.xII.ImIIIf: Voss. Ninn' ANNA KIIUV, RUTH N'Ic'Ih1Nm', Fk.xNI'Is KIIAIILJIII .losl-IPI-I UII'rx'II. MIDDIIIC GRUVP 'N I' LR iJFCliU0l I-'IIINK l'Ix17x RFK IINI-'-4 Rom-:II'I'Sf'Hw.uI'I'zImI-If Standing FIIIINIQ Nl.xIII1I'KI.II0I'ls WIIIHIIN. .IAUK I IAYNI-1. 'ILM ' I 1 . . . I. . . I. I Bm: Wow. W.'xI.'rI:II C'.In.III.x. HILNIII' CHMIIcIII:wsKI. CEf'IL WATI-ION. Howmm lIY0Ns. Roar-:II'I' SHLWIARU. Seated W.IlI'rI-In MIINIIIIIIII, IXIIFIII-In IXIUNTIIIIIIINII. Cx:-IIIIIIII SENIILIIIA, IIILIIIAN IIMKI l'Eum' BIIIITMAN, HI-LLEN YIJIIEII. NI.uI'rn.x 3IIxnImx. .IIA:.xN " ' ' " ' " ' ' Y LI. IIN, RUIIILIII' l"IIIcIIEII, IIOIH I"III-Lui. l'IuN.I DMIIIIIII. ICIIIIANUII .lI4:NsEN. IXIAIIIIAIIEI RIIIANDU, NI-IHA XX I-ILIIILIIIII. .XIIIIL . II-A IIII-:MI-IIIIIINIII-III. BU'l"1'lbM GRUVI' Standing DUNIIIIU Rtmrxlcs. 'l'x'III1 li0Iss'I'I-LII. I'I1'rIA:II iiISZl'AK, .lol-IN BI-:IIKIIEIQ NY,xL'I'I-:lc WI'II'I'xI.xN. RUDOIII-H IIMININII, f'.xIII'IN lJIr'KI-IIIMAN. lIAwIu-:NI'I: l'I-1'I'I4IIs. MEIIVIN EVANS, CI-IIIIILES BUYER, DUMINII' SAIIIQIINQ, HAIIULD l'II-'FILNIII-:III:I-:III FILANK CZ.Kl'HI'ii.K, ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' F 1 ' .C'HlIIs'l'INI1: KIIIPIFOTH, HI-1lINl1'I: D Seated XNIHIINI INI ARI NHIILIFY MKI-:h HLIILIN III-mm K ROIII-:IIT l"ImKIaII. II0UIsl MKII. I . , I I I ' ' ' ' ' ' "1 C' 1: INII. .II-:AN 'l'IIuNNINI:. CI.fvrIIInI-1 IIHNIII. RIIIH l,.xNI-1. Inu-:NI-1 GIIIIIANI NXILMA lII:KKmIA, PI-Hhhlh ISIIIINMI, CILNIMIIIII- -II-II l'I1'l'IIII-1. lCs'I'III1:II Iv.xIIs0N, l71uI0'rI-Iv GIIM1 YIIIIIINIA iiI.DS. RIIIIIIAND HI-:lI'I'II.xNDg Pug? OA' fx - fw.2f,1 1 d A . f,j,4.s 41,4 41 ' nf-:AAL ' TOP GRUVI' Standing SARAH l'IvANs, xi.'XRGAlil'1'l' Fli.KMI"I'ON, XiARGI'EN'l'l-I l'lrn'rr:NH,u'1-111. l'i1,um:Nrr: Ml-zlcxmz. FRANK .lm-xNHoN. f'LAlCI-ZN4'l'l Srmru. .IUHN Wnrrrx. .IUHN Iion'r0x.uN. XvAl.'I'ER Russ. xlAliVlN Ill-:'r'rl-:Nl-1AI'sl:N, liuAN'rL1-:Y JOHNSON. I'iRANl'l-IH Ii1"l'xAr:-un, llmurrm' Smnux. AKEN!-'IN SIAHY IIANNI-:N. i70liI!'l AIAE xVORI.EY. Seated YIVIAN JUNG, PEAR!-I l'r:'rEns. Hx-:l,r:N S1'll,sn1'm' lm:Nr: I'1-rr:-:nsuN, iilfllilll-1li'I' lIA:u:uv:u, IfI1'm-:Ni-:A1mAx1r4,IlnumrzsI.AmNorF. Ih:1"1'v Ihvux-nga, Ilm.r:N Mf'I,x-zfm. .lrmN l.Av. YHIQNUN In-:runs-:1,xl. Luis JUHNNUN. RIAIULYN IVHANA, YI-:RNA I,I'Nl'.-KN. i,0R0'I'HY BENNE'l'T. ' NIIIJIJLIC GRUVI' Standing DONALD IVRANKN, M11,'rnN IQAPLAN, .Il-:ANNr:'r'1'l-1 fi0LlXYAN. UHVA AIAI-I xvA'l'KlNS.1IllHEl'li lioszlu, fillAlil.l-IS llAlml.l-:Y HIIWAIKIY Nllvmm, IJoNAl.n KlI'Ll'IY. Romani' I'r:AusoN. Wx1.1,1Aru U'B1m-:N. .'xN'I'HONY I,AI'I,AI'SKl. W11,1,1Axx Sr1,1,1vAN. TYURMAN HAl'MtiAH'l'Nl'1N. SIAM' l,ul'1r-mr: Nil'fiUXYAN, C'AlUll,E Si-n1.l.lNu. xYILl.lAXl CTOHNXKALI.. lCnwAmm S'l'AHNkr1. i':I.MEli Noun. Seated SHIKI.:-ix' s'I'liAl"l'ON. JAM!-Qs 'l'Hrms'l'Au. RAYMOND IBERING. BE'r'rx' CONNER. FAROLYN B.umHr:.AD, ALMA KmlNl'rz, lir:vr:1u.r:r: Hmm N. C'0Ns'rANz'E liuwl,m', I,onANr: XYILVK, JEAN Rx-:EWIN YIRKBINIA BHUIN. lh"1'H f'0nNw.ALL, Runr:u'l'A l4N1HAl'lili. HAMNAMA Sl'1xx.1-:'r'r. AIARTHN f'01,l.n-tu. NlAm:l.x'N xx-ILNON. .XR'l'HI'R l,Ali:40N. lilYl"l'UM UIKHVI' Standing lhr'H.xlum fiAR'I'Y. C'HAlcl.r:s W1-:xr:l,nulu:. R14'u.Alm HAn1m1Nf:, .losmfn Drmzk. .lA4'K IJAINTON. c'I.AY'I'0N SANTI-II-'0Ii'l' I'AI'l, Hrm-u. Ru'n.umHcmmm.-xN,IMZNE i.ANHl'1.AiAliY I,ANu. 51AnJmcu:H1,lNu.Rm' x1EHHl-1li?4liHMlD'I'.RAYfilLM0Iil'I.CiLlFF0llIJ liliUNl-I. Rom-:n'r Sicmzwui, liunicm' fXIs'f'nArKI-:N.G1-:mu:r1Um'x'L. M I-:LVIN Svulcl-:lull-211. I,AVID lirmlmluvx. Seated l"l,rwm:Nc'r: Kl.r:lN. ICHAINP: llrunrzs. .IANIMI .X1mAMsuN. F1,olu-:Nfl-1 NULAN. BE'1"rs' 'l'H0MPs0N. l.1I.l.lAN SZAJNI-Ili, NINHILYN RAPP. GRAM-: Ilm-:xs'rnA. llmxAlm liAuvx-IN. CHARl,0'I"I'E l.ANu1-:. S1-111c1.1-xv .XLnm:1'H'1'. Hr:1,r:N lIAwmc'rH. lSuuxAxA I'm1'l-:. lioruAlNr: li1.Am-:. l'Hx'x.1.1s .ll-:AN FIRE, .,Xll.m:N Hl'1XYS'l'llNl-I. Rvrn I"1.I4'KlNumc. l'r1,qe 09 jg 'FUI' GlUll'l' Standing 1-'Lum-:Nc'x-: G1m1.1-Lsiu. I,Uc'rx,Ln:Gon1N. MAu'r1-:A NYILLIB. ARTHUR NYATSUN. l,w'n.LE Mx-:m,m'. ANN1-1 Snummzs. Im-:Nl-1 I.AH'rl, Mun' Ih-1wm', lfI.0u.x:uw: l'nn'rmc, FnANc'Es KQILLIAM, VVALTER VV1-:uLAm', RUBY CTARDVVELI.. VIRGINIA Kmn-F, Seated .Mmms Y0uNmxI,00n. I.Awm:Nc'E Iiv:1.'r:uA, .!UANI'rA Fm: Nonym HANK. 1X1A1mAma'r VVALKERKQLORIA FITZIZERALD. Hx-:LEN S'r.mzx'K Ito:-nmmxn' Dvnsl-:M.4, XYANDA Dom, Ros!-I S.x1.oMoN1. LURRAINE KIILLER. JULIA BURNS. XYIOLET XVATERH. Russrzm. IQUEHN M IDDLIC GR! ll'I' Standing liomcm' f'oum,.xN. CXOIINELIUS Y!-IlixYEY, EARL GIHs0N, IIERMAN Ihxuvn, JOHN H AM. IS1-:sam liwms. Il.uum-:'r'rx- Ylvmzlw. Hmun' R.uxmNN, Rmsmu' Svnmurwu. .Insane l'E0PI,x-is. FRANK IUAVIS. Lmzm' C'.ml.soN, Seated l'IDW.'XRU Nl.x.w l'Il.lVll-Ili lI1musr.1Nr:, I.Ur:1,x..x R.x'r1-IAN. DAIM' I.m-: l'A'1'lm::, GRAM: C0sM.4N, BE'r'r1' Glu-:lNE.1c, Iloms YOUNG, Hxcx.v:N lXlc1sxmm Mums Sl!-2lXl'Il.'I'. .l.u'Qm-:1.lNr: liolm, Rose: B.-Hi'I'0l.0. RAYMOND .Tor-1Ns0N, Ihlzmrzx' VAN K1-:Pm11,. S'rANl.m' Sm4'zlum'sK1. Bi Vl"l'l PM GRI IVV Standing -I-KMIGN R7.-KH. Tmmxs Hc'xu'x1.Ar'H1-114, .UNE WEHMHOI-Lynn. IHMA I'AUl,:-ABN. NIAIIIUN NIlm'H.xI,sK1. C'.x'1'Hr:uINl-1 CYHUSIEIH lh1'r'rY Sl'Hl.EIZl-Ili. Rl'sHlcl.I, Kill-INIH. WIL1,1.u1 S'1'.xuE. Cdl-IARLES XVOODHIVH. CHAnLr:s I'IVEu:-x. f'0m:LLA Iimararzvx-:r:N. l,.xYr:nN1- lJ.xl.r:N1xr:lu:. .XNTHONY M.xf'.xl,rs0. x1IRIXW1 IMVIH. liluuu' Hom N. Roumm' DOWNEY. Seated' SIAIKIUN 'l'r:ul,ur'xx'. Cfuu N.-nam.. I,0N,Xl,ll WlLI.INu. lil..x1Nn: I'1mu'H. l4r:w1'HA MAY IAEHMAN.NIARJOHIEl':llNN.XIiI7rl.NlAli.YO!HP1C1.kYNl'1. I'ms"lI,1.x Frm:-r:x..xNlr .lr:.xN NllI.l.PIli. Numu Km.1,1-zu. Jvm' l'o'1"rr-nn. Wugxm ICVANN Wu,Ll.x:u ICAUAN. lil-iNl'1S'l' XVILSUN. .Hex S4'HH.m1. F." 'FUI' GRUFI' Standingw DONAIID GOTTSFHALK. CHARLES ROWE. GERTRUDE GOLETZ, BONNIE STEELE. BETTI' JANE TANIB. GLORIA Coma, TNTILDRED FLANNERY. TNTARHARET T'TAllRIH, Jo-ANNE LEAF!-I. CH.4Rl.OTTE BALL, AUDREY SIMMONS. YIRIIINIA .loui-u'r-IKI-:. WILLIAM SUTToN,GEoRt:E Mo0RE,Seated-AJOEEPR I'ACx'GA.WII.LIAM ToRERMAN.CARL I'INYERD,RU'rR WA1'ERIiIAN,HELEN PArIAsR.NoRMA WAIIDER. IGLEANOR BITTERR, NANFY PEASLEI: KA1-I-IRYN DEYOUNG, .TEVVEL RYNRERK. RUTH CARTER. TIARRIET TRIEMSTRA. VERLON IXRASHLTON. FELIX PAi'ot'I-IA. Bi ITTOM GROFI' Standing- 'FRANK BARR. EUGENE MILLER. I.:-Jo RUDZKI, URVILLE Cox. HERBERT NAREEANDT. NORMAN fiANHER, TCDWVXN BAXTER NIARION BRzINsRI. Seated --EDWARD 'I'RE.io, GISEIAER1' VAN BAREN. JUREPR fiILL. DOR01'H1' NVERTH. TNIARY BRANDENRI-nm. RITA Gr-:0Rr:I-:. IJOLORE HENDERSON, Loms TIAFOND. JOHN Pmosz, EARL BARON. SNOW WHITE AT THORNTCDN Through the terrifying Forest of an intelligence test into the comparatively quiet atmosphere of humble classrooms marches Snow White Freshman. In the peace of this cottage Snow White proceeds to become acquainted with the Seven Dwarfs, who are to be her protection from the naughty witch ol ignorance. First Dcc, as homeroom teacher, introduces Snow White to the other dwarfs. There is Happy, who will teach Snow White English. Sneezy will show Snow White the proper articulation lor a foreign languagerfssneezes included. Doc will he tsaclq later to acauaint Snow White with the intricacies of science. Bashiul will confide to Snow White the secrets of the mcze called Civics, Then Grumpy will see that Snow White does her mental exercises in the studyhall alter she has had her physical exercises from Dopey. Sleepy will then show Snow White how to draw with both eyes shut to Finish the school day. ge 71 SEHUUL HH H938 Nik, y MW' K' , Ki .4 ' wax-Q ffm ' N .1 35529 Q 1 19 m 5 , A X3 K - S M. A ,M f- .ig V ff x SA EN ., Qxbw 1 :X . , , ,- --r. , we fs few X .i . i 3 Q: Q- 4 'f Q 1 4 , VM is, 0 , Wg 1 xv 4, WM. n z, ,X 46 '95 f "fS33w" ,. ilu wif ' V ' . Y f . ' , 4. y ! .1 PM ay 7.1 K N 'Hs ah 3 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership in the National Honor Society is based on scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To be selected as a member of the Society a senior must be in the upper fourth of his class. Not more than 15 per cent ol the class member- ship is chosen, and those who are selected must have rendered some particular service for their high school, exhibited proper school spirit and have spent at least one year in attendance at Thornton Township high school. The faculty votes by secret ballot on eligible candidates. The upper picture is of the T937 seniors who achieved membership. ln the top row are: Lawrence Myers, James Withgott, Glenn Leach, George Conrey, Ansell Winterbauer, Charles'Hansen, George Killmer, Harry Wise, and Steve Gladics. ln the second row are: Florence Blalce, Marie Meetch, Lois Rogers, Frances Jones, Ruth Bonnell, Helen Bloom, Betty Woare, Eleanor Bartsch, Ardath Anders, and Janice Bruhn. Seated are: Virginia Smith, Ruth Kemnitz, Gloria Myers, Elda Koehler, Dorothy Paynter, l-lazel Poynter, Ann Thrower, Beth Broolcley, l-larriett Martin, Shirley Ann Fisher, and Elizabeth Searle. John Dill is not in the picture. SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The honor of attaining a position on the Thornton honor roll is determined by scholarship alone. An average of 4.'i, which is Figured From credit units, is necessary for this achievement. 1937 seniors malcing the Honor Roll are in the bottom picture. ln the top row are: George Conrey, Florence Blake, Marie Meetch, Eleanor Bartsch, Ardath Anders, Arthur johnson, Glenn Leach, Lois Rogers, Frances Jones, Ruth Bonnell, Alice De Young, Helen Bloom, Norma Blue, and Milan Maodush. ln the second row are: Ansell Winterbauer, Blames Withgott, Lawrence Myers, Shirley Ann Fisher, Virginia Smith, Ruth Kemnitz, Elda Koehler, l'lelen Fletcher, lrene Fisher, Elsie Kass, ,Janice Bruhn, Elizabeth Searle, Margaret Sep- towslci, Betty Woare, Beth Broolcley, Charles Hansen, Mr, McVey, and Mr. Stephens. Seated are: La Vera Worniclce, Adele Pollcow, Mary Frances Vaughan, Gloria Myers, ,lean Hampton, Dorothy Poynter, Hazel Paynter, Ann Thrower, Ruth Ellen lllgen, Ruth Schweser, Harriett Martin, Steve Gladics, and Harry Wise. William King, Philip Fay, Evelyn Browne, Ellsworth Shaw, Karl Qestmann, Herschel Prill, Milton Mahler, Richard Boughton, Robert Neal, Norman Warns, Eleanor Bertram, Margaret Johnson, Stanley Van Deraa, and John Dill are not in the picture. Page 7 5 BAND The band, under Mr. Don C. Allen, won First place in the state contest at Urbana and was recommended to the national contest at Elkhart, lndiana, this year. Soloistsf who placed First in both Flute and piccolo divisions, were Dorothy Munro and La Verne GraFF. A clarinet quartet, David Pontius, Clarence Oster, Bayard Steven- son, and Edward Pilbeam, was also given First class rating. Though the band presents its highlights at its annual spring concert, the band also plays at Football and basket- ball games and at civic activities. PERSONNEL Picture Number 1. Drum-major Robert Kane is the brilliant Figure in the center of this picture. Drummers Harry Berberian, Robert Parish, Chapin Neale, and Clyde Krebs are the drummers, who are seated. Picture Number 9. This group plays French horns. Orin Volland, Bette Seidel, and Marjorie Edwards are standing behind ,lames Berkley, and William Kreis, seated. Picture Number 3. In the top row oF cornetists are: Robert Downey, Edward Nantz, Robert Duckrow, Albert Martin, and Roy Thoresen. Seated are: James Spencer, Fred Templin, Robert Stokes, James Becktel, and Marvin Metzger. Picture Number 4. Many types oF saxophones make up this, the second largest section of the band. Standing in the top row are: Edward DeCiraFF, Eugene Rodgers, Cletus Brault, and William Meeboer. Next are: Melba Simpson, Jack l-lelms, Harold Salow, Bayard Stevenson, and Miriam Davis. Seated are: Virginia Zilske, Don Matthies, ,lane Miller, Robert Marlatt, and Lois Reed. Picture Number 5. Making one of the band's most talented groups by virtue of its two national solo champions, in this group oF Flutists and one oboe are: Dorothy Munro, William Workman, and ,lean Selkirk, standing, and Dorothy Gray, La Verne GraFF, Carrie ,lean Silver, and Eleanor Jensen, seated. Picture Number 6. Baritones, trombones, and bassoons are the instruments used by this group. In the top row are: l-loward Metz, Winifred Gardiner, George l-layes, Willis Creps, and Melvin Schreiber. John Pegman, Robert Jen- sen, ,lohn Wernicke, Roger Conant, Charles Mcl-lenry, and Robert Vroegindewey are seated. Picture Number 7. The largest section in the band is that of the clarinets. Harold Saeger, ,jean Scupham, Clarence Oster, and Mary Dukelow are at the top. Next are: Lucille Schubbe, John Wetmore, and Ruth Mcl'lenry. ln the third row are: James Phillips, Norma Thoresen, Roy Van Antwerp, Arthur Vander' hye, and Kenneth Nelson. Robert Caldwell, Elaine Knutzen, Joseph Munro, Raymond Price, and William Gibson are in the Fourth row. Seated in the bottom row are: Marjorie Nantz, Robert Anderson, Betty Randall, Evelyn Belz, Edward Pilbeam, and David Pontius. Picture Number 8. Earl Baron, Vernon Brown, Carl Raiman, Robert Simer, Thomas Thoresen, F-lenry Van Milligan, and Russell Earnhardt, the horn players, are seen in this picture. Pa gc 76 eau l'Ll I1 fx ORCHESTRA The orchestra, directed by Mr. William Montelius, lends true color to the school plays. Besides its activity at the plays the orchestra also presents a spring concert in connection with the Glee clubs. For the last two years Mr. Montelius has arranged instructive assemblies for the benefit of students not acquainted with the worlc of the various instruments in an orchestra. At these assemblies Mr. Montelius, him- self, explained types of instruments and their places in an orchestra, concluding by leading the orchestra in several entertaining numbers. PERSONNEL Picture Number 1. Playing percussion instruments are: ,laclt McNeil at the Xylophone, David Simpson at the chimes, Robert Parish at the timpani, l'larry Ber- berian at the snare drum and Russell Koenig at the base drum. Picture Number 2. George Hayes, Melvin Schreiber and William Gesericlc play trombones and are in the top row of the brass section. Cornets are played by James Beclctel, Robert Stokes and William Phillips, who are in the second row of this picture. Those playing French horns are: James Berkley, Marjorie Ed- wards, Orin Volland and Dean Thompson. They are seated. Picture Number 3. Flutists are Dorothy Munro, La Verne Graff and Carrie ,lean Silver. John Werniclce and William Conant play bassoons. Next we see Fred Gold, clarinet player. Gayle Choate and Roger ,laclcson come next, and they play oboes. The other clarinet players are: Bayard Stevenson, Robert Ander- son, Dora Gardiner, Edward Pilbeam and David Pontius. Picture Number 4. The violinists malce the largest orchestral group. Standing from left to right, violins in hand are: Katherine Lambas, Gertrude Diehl, Ruth La Pointe, Matthew Lojas, Elizabeth Christensen, Doris Lloyd, Betty Lou Bender, Genevieve Gooden, and Evelyn Konsoer. Seated we see: l-larold Effenberger, George Kristinich, John Sentesi, Margery Houser, Shirley Roberts, Norma Zelen, Corinne Trimble, Oliver Tyler, Edwin l-lanson, Carson Orr, and William Tomplcins. Picture Number 5. Pianists for the orchestra number five. Those standing are: Mary Guild, Frances l'lanson, and David Simpson. Marjorie Woodrich and Shirley Baening are seated. Picture Number 6. Viola players, Dorothy Zilsberger and Margaret l'lall, stand at the left of Patricia Maloney, Jerviszimmerman, l-larold Anoe and Ruth Reed, bass viol players. At their right are Jenny Tresco and Kathryn Pulley, who also play violas. Seated are: ,lean Olson, Mary Elizabeth Anders, William Scupham, Wesley Pipher, james Umbaugh, and l'lelen Portz, cellists. Pug! 79 BUYS' GLEE CLUB Since the wedding of Miss Florence Samuels at Christmas vacation these boys have been under the direction of Miss Irene Qlson for one period each day and spend extra periods practising for special occasions. The Christmas concert and the spring concert are the main activities of both Glee clubs. ln these public appear- ances the boys and the girls are combined. FIRST TENORS Picture Number 1. The happy boys standing around the piano are First tenors. Left to right those standing are: John Sentesi, Charles Garry, Dennis Cuilley, and John Storie. Otis Worley and Carl Miller try reaching high C while seated. Frances Hanson is the accompanist. BASSES Picture Number 2. Bass voices in the club are the possessions of William Hercules, John Fox, Webb Templin, Robert Kipley and Edwin Hanson. Richard Herrick, also of this group, is not pictured. BARITONES Picture Number 3. Raul Clarlc and Harrison Taylor are at the top of the group of baritones. Next come David Scheller and Claude Kinsey. Robert Hair, Tom Newman and Clarence Hercules are at the bottom. Tom Newman has been the main soloist for two years. SECOND TENCDRS Picture Number 4. The second tenors malce the largest group. Standing from left to right are: Dean Glancy, Charles Palaces, Forrest Oalces, Jack McNeil, and Howard Musler. George Hayes, William Stanley, Lewis Hammers and Andrew Garry are seated. Pagz 80 1 S qs. knflkk' A I ci I5 M MMWXQMMVW-Q 4385 Y om fall W '-4 :1 C' M5 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, The Girls' Glee Club has also been under Miss Irene Olson's direction for the past few months. The girls also practise for one period each day and extra periods before the Christmas and the spring concerts, their main activities. FIRST SOPRANOS Picture Number 1. The largest group in the club consists of the First sopranos. In the top row are: Valerie Jabroslcy, Minnie Madsen, Ireene Jones, Lois Nagel, Betty Jane Schroder, and Margery Houser. Janet Bowman, Jeanette Engle- brecht, Ruth Bachmann, Eva Jane Warren, and Dorothy Ann Brown malce up the second row. Alberta Menzel, Barbara Trembly, Bette Hansen, Margaret Nelson, Beth Newman, and Alice Young are in the bottom row. Marie Belmore, a First soprano, is not in the picture. SECOND ALTOS Picture Number 2. Doris Lloyd, Nena Sosety, and Adele Bonnema are at the top of the second altos. Next are: Dorothy Swanson and Bemis Thompson. Virginia Hampton, Joan Lorish, and Louann Goot malce up the bottom row. SECOND SOPRANOS Picture Number 3. The second soprano section claims Selma Schultz, Gloria Van Warmer, Harriet Reich, Phyllis Redding, Ethel Bishop, Elizabeth Fairbarn, and Caryl Hobbs standing at the top. Seated are: Betty Baker, Lucille Flanagan, Jean Qlson, Ada Golden, Katharine Kelley, Margaret Vandenberg, and Helen Murray. Dorothy Kaiser and Eleanor Fradgley, also of this group, are not pictured. FIRST ALTOS Picture Number 4. In the upper row ol the First altos are: Carolyn Gouwens, Jacqueline Rivers, Ruth Reed, and Althea Volland. Helen McLeod, Phyllis Palmer, Corinne Trimble, and Ardith Steinberg malce up the bottom row. Page 83 DRAMATICS The major school plays have been under the direction of Miss Lillian M. Conley for the past two years. This year saw the hanging of a new stage curtain, bought through contributions from the various plays, including that of the Junior College. "THREE CORNERED MOON" The Boys and Girls club play, "Three Cornered Moon", was presented November '19 and QO. The proceeds were used for the purpose of bringing entertaining assemblies to the school during the year. This comedy by Gertrude Tonkonogy was the tale of a slightly silly household. Evelyn Haines, the lead, played the role of the rattle-brained mother. The business end of the play was handled by Elsie l-laines and Earl Edelen. Picture Number 1. Evelyn Haines CMrs. Rimplegarl is pictured pouring a cup of chocolate for Jervis Zimmerman CDonald, the novelistb. Phyllis Palmer Clfitty, a Brooklyn beautyb is getting the nerves of Paul Clark CEd RimplegarD on edge. Sitting around the table are: Gloria Van Wormer CElizabeth Rimplegarf, Marshall Jensen Clfenneth Rimplegarj, and Paul Clark. Tom Newman CDr. Stevensb is seated at the right of Gloria. John Sentesi CDouglas Rimplegarj, newspaper in hand, is seated on the Floor. Picture Number 2. lnterest of the cast centers around John Sentesi, who is on the Floor. Bent over John are Tom Newman and Gloria Van Warmer. Looking attentively on are: Evelyn l-laines, Jervis Zimmerman, Phyllis Palmer, Marshall Jensen, and Paul Clark. "SPRING PROM" The senior class play, "Spring Prom", presented April QQ and 23, depicted scenes of college life with Bette Hansen as the lead. William Workman played opposite Bette. Philip Barry is the author of the comedy. For the second time Earl Edelen and Elsie l-laines were the business managers. Part of the proceeds were used for the purchase of the senior class gilt to the school. Picture Number 3. Nancy Shankland CMiss Ritchie, the housemother,D is severely reprimanding the girls, who are: Bette l-lansen CAlex Bensonj, Myra Gooden CMildred, the maidb, and Corinne Trimble CMacfy Plattl standing. Seated are: Bette Seidel CSally PrescottD, Betty Shumard CFrances Eennb, and Margaret Tennant Clfate Mclfimb. Picture Number 4. ln this scene we can get a good idea of what "Spring Prom" was like. James Berkley Cprofessor Walter Beckettb who is disgustingly eyeing Bette Seidel, is at the extreme left. Others standing are: Bette Seidel, Margaret Tennant, Bette Hansen, Robert Kipley CDoc Boydb, Franklin Diekman CBuck Buchananb, James Spencer CJohn l"lattonD, and Betty Shumard. Seated are: William Workman CSam 'l'hatcherD and Albert Martin fthe Lippincotj, who is being pestered by Corinne Trimble, on the arm of his chair. Page 84 SOMHHNNQ mam. my 9 cwuw MDM We H DLS DOCIOW 11 mn MLN E F N0 I PUBLICATIONS Publications are prepared by journalism pupils under the direction ol Miss Loudene Anderson and Mr. O. F. Llmbaugh. Students electing journalism are seniors of superior scholarship and English record. This year's stall had the pleasure of being First to produce a weekly paper and to work in the new office made pos- sible by the enlargement ol the school building. The newspaper uses a rotating stall in order to share responsibilities and honors. StaFl members are active in the Greater Chicago Scholastic Press Guild, the National Scholastic Press Associa- tion, the state association, and Quill and Scroll international honor society. Many qualify lor personal membership in Quill and Scroll. YEARBOOK EDITORS Picture Number 1. "lt's a good picture ol Norma," says Betty Kopp, Norma Reid's successor as photography editor of the yearboolc, and the other editors agree. Standing from left to right are: Earl Edelen, feature editor, Dorothy Ber- schinslci, activity editor, Robert l'lair, sports editor, Evelyn Hammermeister, Girls club editor, Robert Kipley, Boys club editor, and Jeanne Archer, faculty editor. Seated are: Evelyn Ramplce, class editor, ,lack Jones and Ada Golden, co-editors- in-chief, George Kristinich, club editor, and Betty Kopp. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Picture Number 2. The editorial assistants do not transact business but per- form in all other ways. Standing are: James Spencer, Raymond Pracht, and Thomas Blaclc. Shirley Callarman, Bernis Thompson, Nea Stobbs, Blanche Mary Carr, and Thelma Fontechia are seated. BUSINESS STAFF Picture Number 3. "More advertising" is the problem under the consideration of the business stall. These girls became well acquainted with the local business men who support both our publications. Standing are: Miriam Ross, Josephine Evers, Elizabeth McCaslcie, Irma Becker, Elaine Knutzen, Betty Prindiville, Eleanor Shilenslcus, and Irene Rogers. Seated are: Eleanor Mae Jones, business manager ol the yearboolc, Marian Dudelc, Eleanor Fradgley, Constance Malito, and Carolyn Gouwens, circulation manager ofthe yearbook. Helen Doolen, advertising manager ol the yearboolc, is not pictured. ART STAFF Picture Number 4. The art stall, under the direction of Miss Dorothea Thiel, assists in layouts and the mounting ol gloss prints, and does any necessary lettering or cartooning for the publications. Standing are: l"lerman Graff, Elizabeth McCaslcie, Myra Gooden, Holly Wallcer, and Earl Edelen. Ruth Gross, Shirley Callarman, Bernis Thompson, art editor ol the yearboolc, lla Fehtlce, and Blanche Mary Carr are seated. Page 87 DEBATING Thornton's Debate Forum, coached by Mr. E. C. Ohlert and Mr. E. Bradner, took part in a series of debates this year. This was Mr. Bradner's First year of assist- ance to the group. Some ol its worthy competition came from Thornton Fractional, Hammond, George Rogers Clark, Morgan Park, J. Sterling Morton, Wheaton, Maine Township, Roosevelt, Central Catholic, proviso, and New Trier high schools. TEAMS Picture Number 1. Raul Clark is speaking and his attentive listeners who are taking notes are Melvin Evans, Elizabeth Maddox, Alice jo Kimball, and Lorraine Marquess. Picture Number 2. james O'Brien and ,john Ter Louw are at the left of Dorothy Zilsberger, who is standing. At her right are Garrett Staat, Virginia Coughlin, and Alberto Menzel. PARENT TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION This organization, which meets the fourth Tuesday of each month, exists largely for the welfare of the school. Through its insignificant thirty-Five cent dues per year and the sunshine fund which is taken up at each meeting many students are benefited. Each year a Junior College scholarship is awarded to some student by the Parent Teachers' Association. Its otficers include a vice-president from each active school district. Picture Number 3. Standing from left to right we see: Mrs. Harry Stokes, Vice-President from Harvey, Mrs. Walter Young, Vice-President from Riverdale, Mrs. H. Hazlehurst, Vice-President from Hazlecrest, Miss Mildred Anderson, Treasurer, Mrs. I.. Morrison, District Director, Mrs. Milton Younker, Vice-Presi- dent from Dolton, and Miss Velma Wray, Secretary. Seated we have: Mrs. Russell Gibson, Vice-President from South Holland, Mrs. Earl I7. Delano, Immediate Past President, T. R. Birkhead, Financial Secretary, William E. McVey, Superin- tendent, Mrs. Edith M. Pontius, Vice-President from Homewood, and Mrs. Emily Kipley, President. Page 88 1 Ziff' ,xl '1' 1111 .,.,,Q,,,, , .,.....,,4. .,,.,,...T, ,J-3.7.-,VZ .... .'lM- ' my M, JJIV' LV' EL CLUB Picture Number 1. lt's Olga Palaces, president, standing with the Spanish Flag. Gazing at her are Gareld Reeder, treasurer, Charles Palaces, secretary, and George Kristinich, vice-president. Undergoing a complete reorganization, EI Club this year has published a news- paper called "El Sol". Some of the members have also carried on a discussion of important Latin-American events. Mr. McDowell, the sponsor of EI Club, succeeded in obtaining emblems embossed with the lion and castle of ancient Castile for the members. The aim of EI Club is to foster a spirit of friendliness toward Hispanic America. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Picture Number 2. Seated next to Jacqueline Rivers, president, are James Berkley, secretary, and Elizabeth Maddox, vice-president. Standing are David Pontius, treasurer, and Roy Van Antwerp, sergeant-at-arms. The most important social function on Le Cercle Francais' program is its annual Christmas party, during which time many acts and entertaining features are enacted entirely in the French language by the members. Miss Wunderlich, club sponsor, has also furthered interest in puppet shows, the popular French entertainment. It is the purpose of Le Cercle Francais to further the usage of French on this side of the world. LATINI Picture Number 3. Standing about Ruth Engle, the secretary who is talcing notes, are Dorothy Munro, program chairman, and Margery l"louser, vice-presi- dent. Seated are William Meyer, treasurer, and Marshall Jensen, president. Revived after absence from club circles during the years when classes were on the shift system, Latini has gone ahead with the idea of resurrecting the Latin lang- uage from its category as a dead idiom. Social entertainment with an ancient Roman setting has been the chief means by which the members of Latini have attempted to accomplish this end. Miss Arford is the sponsor of the Latin club. ART CLUB Picture Number 4. That's Bernis Thompson, president of the Art club, painting. Surrounding her standing are: Ardith Steinberg, first vice-president, Carrie Jean Silver, program chairman, Victor Culver, treasurer, and l-lolly Wallcer, second vice-president. Marjorie Waterman, secretary, is seated posing for Bemis. The Art club was organized this year under the sponsorship of Miss Thiel, head of the Art department. The emblem of the club is a pallet crossed with art brushes. Promoting an interest in art, one of the many projects carried on by this club was the mural paintings for the walls of the Art room. Page QI DIE DEUTSCHE ECKE Picture Number 1. Standing are Senators Werner I-linz, Naomi Forlc, Elaine Maxwell, jean Miller, LaVerne Blaslca, Roger Jackson, William Scupham, and Paul Clarlc, President. Those seated are Robert Schmidt, Secretary, Lois Nagel, Vice-President, and Tom Newman, Treasurer. Due to the shift system Die Deutsche Eclce was forced last year to abandon any attempt to hold meetings. This year, however, under the sponsorship of Mr. McWil- liams and Mr. Koester, the German club has successfully carried on an educational and entertaining club program. Travel pictures, plays, and fetes were highlights. SAFETY COUNCIL Picture Number 2. James Spencer, Chairman of the Board of Directors, is standing. Seated left to right are Edward Miller, Treasurer, Dorothy Westerveld, Vice-President, Albert Martin, President, and Betty Turlay, Secretary. Organized to prevent as much as possible the numerous accidents caused from automobile driving, the Safety Council, under Mr. I-larney's direction, has spread the doctrine of careful driving to the members of the student body who drive to and from school. The goal of this council is to guard the lives of the students while maintaining a high degree of order among all students alilce. STUDENTS'STUDYfLALL SERVICECCDUNCIL Picture Number 3. Standing listening to their chief are Melvin Evans, Third Assistant Chief, and Marshall Jensen, Recording Secretary. Seated left to right are Katherine Lambas, Chief, Thomas Ormsby, Executive Secretary, Artemiz Karzis, First Assistant Chief, Eleanor Shilenslcus, Treasurer, and Donald Morrison, Second Assistant Chief. The Students' Studyhall Service Council, under the supervision of Miss Stalker, is by its excellent worlc in promoting the betterment of studyhall organization serving the high school consistently. RECREATION CLUB Picture Number 4. That's James Tarpey, President of the Recreation club, seated between Norma Bugh, Vice-President, Margaret Lloyd, Secretary, and Ruth Diemer, Treasurer. Standing are Don Matthies, outdoor activities chairman, Carl Johnson, table tennis chairman, Alice Nelson and Aage Christensen, co-chair- men of the dance section. Organized last year, this new club, sponsored by Miss Gray, Miss Carr, and Miss I-lautau, has gone forward in great strides. The object is to provide entertainment and instructive lessons in the lesser sports. Page 92 BAN IK ,pf N If I lu I u Ik I! -'R V5 l Vfurvx I If . -A ujggffg -4 1.5, Q .-,..g..'fgQ',.Q. GAMMA THETA SIGMA Picture Number 1. Standing is Nicholas Kupchiclc, President. Those seated are John Ter Louw, Vice-President, and Marjorie Baldwin, Secretary-Treasurer. Gamma Theta Sigma, the History club was organized this year with Mr. Steg- meir, Mr. Bradner, Miss Noel, and Miss Weis as sponsors. As the name signifies, the aim of this club is to discuss current and historical events of importance in a social atmosphere. Besides the election of the magor officers, senators are chosen from the various history classes for the purpose o planning programs. Special group discussions are also carried on by members desiring to discuss national and international affairs' STAMP CLUB Picture Number 2. David Pontius, President, is holding the gavel and stamp boolc, with Virginia Blair, Vice-President, and Anthony Szewczyle, Secretary, seated next to him. Sally Conant, Treasurer, is standing. philately appeals to a great number of students. This year at every meeting a chosen member has given an informative tallc on the history and baclcground of a articular issue of some stamp. Also featured as part of the entertainment given by the members was a moclc wedding. The goal of this club, sponsored by Mn Wible, is to further the study of philately in commerce and trade. CAMERA CLUB Picture Number 3. Showing how the spotlight is operated is Richard Berry, President of the Camera club. The interested onloolcers are Norma Bugh, Vice- President, and Marvin Lange, Secretary-Treasurer. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Godwin, the Camera club members have been given the opportunity to widen the scope of their lcnowledge of the camera and the fascinating hobby of photography. The popularity of the candid camera has also served to stimulate the interest in the art of photography. Action pictures and special angle shots proved to be of greatest interest to club fans. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Picture Number 4. Between Dorothy Graves, Treasurer, and Ruth Mae Triem- stra, Secretary, is Genevieve Panczylc, President of the Home Economics club. On the arm of the chair is Vice-President Margaret Rowe. Sponsored by Miss Rahn, Miss Reed, Miss Ford and Miss Bielfeldt, the aim of this club is to provide a practical knowledge of home conditions. At meetings, in charge of committees, entertainment in the form of musicals, playlets, and tallcs is presented. The most important occasions of the club are the annual banquet, the tea and style show, and the Christmas project, which was the dressing of dolls for needy children. Paar 95 Ilylff rm BOYS'CLUB O FICERS AND BOARD Standing-WILLMM STANLEY, LEWIS HAMMERS. Sei-rc-tnryg RAYMOND Y1Ncr-:N'rp Tom NEWMAN, 'I'rr-ni-iirvr NICHOLAS KU:-i'Hlr'K. Seated HARRY I'ILl,1s. Sa-4-uml Vit-r--Pri-sid:-iitg Ilowum I'usl-:1'1'u-:Q CLAUDI- KINSEY. Presiiivntg .HHN SYILIVAN. First Yin--I'rr-siiii-iit. Keeping the Boys' club going is a tradition at Thornton. Every year a group ol the choice boys of the school is selected. The offices held by these boys vary in responsibility. The olficers and the board, consisting cl William Stanley, Raymond Vincent, Nicholas Kupchiclc, and Howard Llrsettie plan and discuss all the business of the Boys' club. They malce the plans For the social Function ol the year, the Stag, but leave the minute details to the stag committee. Each class is represented on the board: one is from the freshman class, two are sophomores, three are juniors, and four are seniors. The president is elected from the senior class, the vice-presidents from the junior or senior class, and the secretary and treasurer from any of the tour classes, I IVlr. Q. F. Umbaugh, Dean of Boys, sponsors and advises the boys, helping them decide on the assemblies the Boys' club promotes and advising the proceedings of the stag. Qnce a year the Boys club combines with the Girls club to sponsor a play. The receipts from the play are divided and go into the two treasuries, The Boys club uses most ol this money For the payment ol assemblies and the promotion ol its several other organizations. MODEL ORGANIZATION UNITED BY FRIENDSHIP AND GOOD WILL. Page O7 l'flg.f QA' I HI-Y . Picture Number 1. These smiling boys have had charge of the Hi-Y for the past year: Jack Mcpherrin, Second Vice-President, and Urban Bergbauer Treas- urer, William Workman, First Vice-President, Marvin Lange, President, and William Guild, Secretary. Hel ing these boys in the promotion of good sportsmanshi and christian ideals, is Mr. Roberts of the lndustrial Arts department. Mr. lgoberts took over the organization of the Hi-Y to help the boys and to keep up school traditions. He arranged for all of their opportunities to attend meetings in the city and other functions of the Hi-Y. For social events the Hi-Y had evening meetin s, swimming, basketball and some baseball. ln May the Hi-Y had a picnic at Thornton Forest Preserve. The executive board acted as a committee for making all arrangements as to date, place, food and transportation. James Umbaugh represented the Hi-Y at the Older Boys' Conference held at Elgin last fall. James went with members of the Roseland Hi-Y and reported a most successful and interesting meeting. Six members of the club went to Fenger high school for Good Friday breakfast, April 15. They swam for 45 minutes and then had breakfast in Fenger school cafeteria. SAFETY SQUAD Picture Number Q. The Safety Squad, under the direction of Mr. Harney and the auspices of the Boys club, is part of the large organization for safety. This club was organized to promote safety and prevent accidents about the school. These boys, captains of the different divisions of the or anization, were stationed at the four corners of the block, the main entrances ang other important points on the blocks. They start about eight o'clock, work until the beginning of homeroom, at noon, and after school hours. These boys work in blizzards as well as fair weather and prevent accidents by keeping students from crossing streets in the paths of oncoming cars. Standing-WALTER MILLER, EDWARD MILLER, Annum- Muvrxrr. S0lfQd'-CHARLES PAr.Acms, Joan HMS, Bmnnum Pmxus, Joanna SAUCIUNAB CHESS-CHECKER CLUB Picture Number 3. "Nol No!" say Bernard Lapointe, President, Marvin Lange, Treasurerf and Urban Bergbauer, Secretary, as Theodore Fones, Vice- President, contemplates a move. They try to help him win in the chess and checker tournaments, which went on durin the course of the year. The boys of the club met teams from Junior Col- lege and defeated them twice. They also conducted a round robin tournament, of which Bernard Lapointe was the victor in chess, and Robert McCoy was the victor in checkers, Robert McCoy was chess runner-up and Byron McCoy was checker runner-up. Last Har the club was organized into an independent organization, sponsored by Mr. iller, of the Mechanical Drawing department, who organized the boys again this year and supervised the various tournaments. Page Q9 HALL GUARDS The hall guards were organized when the school was on the shift system to help students and visitors around the building and to help lceep the halls clean. Each hall guard pledges himself to: assist visitors about the school, prevent people from loitering in hallways, be courteous, lceep corridors clean of paper, checlc loclcers, and be loyal to the school at all times. The bus guards, another form of the hall guards, were captained by Edward Broolcfelt, and advised by Mr. l'larney. Twelve members of the club were chosen to act as ushers for the football and basketball games by Mr. Umbaugh, who sponsors the club. Picture Number 1 Standing-GERALD MCCULLOUOE, Captain: JAcR GINTER, Assistant Commander-in-Chief: ARNOLD DEYOUNG, Captain: ROBERT KIPLEY, Commander-in-Chief: TOM NEWMAN, Treasurer: EDWARD DOYLE, Captain. Seated-JAMES O'BOYLE, LIEUTENANT CAPTAIN: GEORGE PULLEY, Captain: CLARENCE HERCULES, Captain EDWARD BROOKFELT, Bus Guard Captain: FRANKLIN DIERMAN, Captain: CHARLES PALACES, Captain. STAG COMMITTEE A successful Stag was handled by Earl Edelen, Mr. Stephens, and the committee, January 29, when they had Mr. C. Albrecht as spealcer. Mr. Albrecht, curator of The Field Museum, spolce on "Seals in Alaska", illustrated with motion pictures. A baslcetball game between Sterling Nlorton and Thornton junior College started the stag. After the game the boys and their dads went to the auditorium where Claude Kinsey welcomed them and Caeorge l'layes' father gave the responses on behalf of the fathers. After the lecture, refreshments were served in the new cafeteria. Picture Number 2. Standing-MARVIN LANOE, HARRY HAEELIIURST, DAVID PONTIUS, LEWIS HAMMERS, WILLIAM GESERICR, HARRISON TAYLOR. Seated-JAMES UMEAUOR, ROBERT HAIR, JACK JONES, EARL EDELEN, Chairman: TOM NEWMAN, ANDREW GARRY, WILLIAM WORKMAN. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES The homeroom representatives are chosen each year to handle Boys club business in the homerooms. To each boy is given the duties of handling ticlcets, collecting dues, and malcing announcements. He brings the news of illness or death to Mr. Umbaugh, who, with the board, acts immediately by sending flowers or wreaths. Among other things, it is the duty of the boys to help new students get acquainted with the rooms and routine ofthe school. Picture Number 3. Standing-RAY RODGER, LOUIS KEMNITz, FORREST A. OARES, HERBERT PELKE, BUDD DALEY, MARTIN WILKENS, NORMAN BARNS. Seated--ARTHUR LARSON, WILLIAM SULLIVAN, NORMAN BAUMOARTNER, ROBERT PEARSON, BILLY CORNWALL, ROBERT NIEBERT, DON JOHNSON, JAMES HUNTER. Picture Number 4. Top Row-DONALD MORRISON, HENRY VAN MILLIOAN, HARRY ZMDDA, HARRY SMITI-I, ROBERT JENSEN, GEORGE STBICKER, STANLEY HUGGETT, JEROLD DAVIS, RALPH YOUNG. Second ROW-EDWARD LLOYD, ANTHONY MARANTO, JASPER VAN DOMMELEN, WILLIAM O'BRIEN, BYRON MCCOY, HAROLD VANDERWARF, ROY Fox' WALTER WURTMAN. Bottom ROW-DAVID SIMPSON, RAYMOND ROSSI, RAYMOND DERING, ALVIN GOLD, RICHARD LUDWIG, TED WALENGA, CHARLES HAWLEY, HAROLD EEFENREROER. Page mo JUNMEHINT QLsmm w rm W NUM ENN G RLS'CLUB O FICERS AND BOARD Top ROW"-EVEL!'N GAILEY, MARJORIE BALDWIN, BETTY VAN DAM, IiI.sn-: HAINES, IUAE DEYOUNG, flLORXA VAN XYORMER, Middle Row Iluszvr: Romans. lCmzAim'rl-1 Honksmlm. lh:uNis 'l'HnMvi-AUN. .IEANNI-2 ALl.i:N .Kl.ll'E lh'ixum-H NLNRTHA COLLIER. Bottom Row---Mmmizm' Housmi. Spf-nkc-r uf thi- Division Chnirmr-ng Muiaonil-1 XYO0DHlf'H Sl'T'l'l'fill'XQVIRGINIA 'l'um:N, Viz-1--pre-siili-ntg Arm Mu-: IJELANO. l'rr-siili-my NANM' SHANKLAND, 'llf'1'!lFlll'f'Ti liH'I"I'V Suuriruiu. Speaker of the Council. The Girls club is a part of every girl's school day just as are her classes. The girls learn the importance of activity whether they are at school or at home. Each girl is rewarded by the satisfaction of being a leader and talcing part in duties that anticipate other responsibilities to come later in life. Miss l-lelene Wilson, Dean of Girls, supervises all activities, with the major officers serving as her main assistants. The center of activity is Miss Wilson's small but efficient office, with the Little Theatre and auditorium used for larger meetings. The Board of Control, meeting monthly, is next in importance to the major officers in deciding all problems and business for the club. The four sophomores, five juniors, and six seniors on the board are elected in May from nominees from each homeroom. After the homeroom elections a general meeting of the board, council, and division chairmen is held. At this meeting the newly elected members of these groups choose the major officers for the coming year. ln the following December freshman members are elected from nominations made in the autumn. Une girl is nominated from each homeroom, and from these nominees three become members in the final election. ln selecting delegates to go to the annual suburban girls' conference major officers and the members of the board of control have preference. This conference, an important event, is to allow girls of different schools to exchange ideas and become acquainted. JCINTLY ENJOYING THE FRUITS OF WILLING LABOR, STRIVING TO BECOME WORTHY WOMEN. Page 103 " rF'Fi.-"'47f'w' T' ""'l'f"F?"TfS.i:'.' - "",,'f'77" 11' Tk I. , m . .N i .. HONORROLL The honor roll is a group of girls who ranlc higher than others in scholarship. lfa girl receives A in four solids for one semester, she receives a pin with one purple bar on it. IF she reaches the height of five semesters of all A's, she receives a gold lcey and becomes a member of the Owl Club. If she earns seven semesters of all A's, her name is engraved on the scholarship cup in the Dean's office. Girls receive their awards at a scholarship assembly held once each semester. Picture Number 1. Top Row-Loman BRAND, CORNELIA Tm: Louw, FnANcI:s SEPIOWBKI, LRNA Kms-nNIcn, J EAN OI.soN, JAN: Rxnxum, JRAN LUND. Second ROW-WINIFRED JonNsoN, VIRGINIA WAGNER, EBTHER KRAMER, Bnv- RRLI Roamrrs, MIRA GOODEN, PRIscII.I.A COPELAND, MARY GUILD. Third Row-Omvl: FIBCHIR, SALLY O'CoNN:I.I., Bm'rY JANE SCHRODER, VIDA Fnlmen, J EAN GmNovmsE. LUIS NAGEI., ELIZABETH MADDOX, Donofnn BROWN, ALBERTA MINIEL. Bottom ROW'-RUTH ENGEL. Emu: HAINRs, GLADI's Os'rINo. VIRGINIA TRREN, MARGIE BIBXBOLZ, CON- s'I-ANCE Vmvrcxns. GAYLE CIIoA'rl:, WANDA MARCINIAK, MAR..1omm MCGRANAHAN. TEAS Picture Number 2. Nancy Shankland is pouring tea to some other club members, who are: Arlene Bismarlc, Marjorie lVlcGranahan, Esther Kramer, Edna Verhoeven, Nancy Shanlcland, Adele Bonnema, Joan Lorish, Althea Volland, Helen Schragle. This scene is typical of the many teas that are held during the year. These include one for the faculty, one for the mothers, one each semester for the honor students, and several for the board of control. DIVHION CHAIRMEN The division chairmen, headed by Margery l'louser, form the social rather than the business part of the club. There is a division chairman in each homeroom. Every morning she takes the roll among the girls in her homeroom and brings the list of absentees to the dean's office. At the end of the day the secretaries of attendance record the absences. When they checlc over the list and find an absentee of more than three days, they loolc into the matter to find the trouble. If the cause is sickness, they send her a card, flowers, or a letter. The office of division chairman can be held no more than one year. Picture Number 3. Top Row-Bmrrv J ANI: Scnnomsn, Em-ra RAMPKE, DoRo1-av Wmnxn, MARION STATON, MINNI1: MADBEN, DIANA TIIGNA, Mnnnmn DRALLI, GERTBUDE Dmm., MARIE VAN DER GImaeIi:N, NQRMA SIRJNA, JANET BOWMAN, MIRA GoonmN, AURELIA JILLICIK. Second ROWhLAvERNE BI.AsxA, Ersmx. BIssoP, J EAN MILLER, CARoI.IrN BAREIINAD, VIRGINIA Pnxm, FLORENCE DEYOUNG, Rvra Rmmn, EI.mANoR JENSEN, CAROLYN ZAnRANsxY, ANNA MAR!! VAN MILLIGAN, Doncn-av WooI.ARn, RUTH MCHNNRY. Third ROW-JEAN GmNovmsl:, Loman BRAND. MARJoaIm NANTZ, MARJORIII Cooxm, MARY Dnxmnow, MARGARET VANDRNBERG, GLORIA FITZGERALD, MARGARET NELSON, SUSAN CURRY, Lots UNRUII, CoNs1'ANcE MAI.II'o, RUTH VAN BERGEN, PR1scILI.A CQPRLAND. Bottom Row- RosAI.Im Kmwss, ROBERTA UMBAUGH, Esrann VAN DmR Gmsenu, MARILYN RAPP, CARYI. I-loans. MARGRRI' Housln, MARIAN GOODMAN, EVELYN KoNsol:R, JGIIANNA RYNBERK, CAROL BAUMGARTNER, Bmrrv Huaums. Page 105 COUNCIL Betty Shumard was chosen to be the Spealcer of the Council. It is her duty to see that the meetings are held and the business transacted. Each homeroom has one council member. A girl must be in the upper fifty per cent of her class scho- lastically to be eligible. A junior or a senior has to have her purple "T" pin, and a sophomore her white "T" pin. It is the duty of each Council member to come to the meetings with adequate suggestions to offer concerning the problems to be discussed. The deciding of these problems is left up to the board of control. The most important items are reported to that body by Betty Shumard. Picture Number 1. Top ROW-'-LOUISE MILLER, RUTH TRIEMETRA, ANNABEL VICKERE, ELAINE KNUTZEN, EVELYN HAMMERMEIBTER, MIRIAM DAvIs, MARJORIE BIRKHOLZ, Lois FISHMAN, CARRIE JEAN SILVER, CLARA CoHRs, BEATBICE PHILLIPS. Second ROW-JEANNE ARCHER, RUTH BACHMANN, PHYLLIE LAYEOURNE, IRIs JoNEs, RUTH SANTEEORT, VIVIAN ENGLE, JUNE WILLIAMEON, SHIRLEY LUNDMARK, EETHER FACKO, GAYLE CHOATE, LILLIAN WEGENER. Third Row-Lois REICH, ALICE KIMBALL, ANN PERRY, ADA MAE DELANQ, JUNE KALLEETAD, BETFE HANEEN, MARIE BRANXIN, CORINNE TRIMHLE, MIRIAM STIEFEL, JEAN PACKARD, MARGARET HALL. Seated-RUTH WATERMAN, JUANITA FRY, JEWEL RYNBERK, LORRAINE MARQUEEE, BETTY SHUMARD, MARJORIE LLOYD, RosE HANNAII, VIRGINIA HANEEN, BETTY TI-IoMPsoN, VIRGINIA JAEscHxE. MAY OUEEN COURT This May Queen and her court were chosen from all the junior girls for their favorable characteristics. Bette I-lansen was pronounced May Queen with Betty Shumard os her Maid of I-Ionor. lt is the custom to have the May Queen of the year before, in this case Beth Broolcley, place the crown on the head of the new one. Picture Number 2. Seated-BETTE HANEEN. Grouped about her, left to right: CORINNE TRIMDLE, ADA MAE DELANO, JANE STATON, CAROLYN GoUwENs, NANCY SHANKLAND, BETTY SHUMARD, BETH BRooxLEY, EVELYN HAINEB, CELEETINE KOLLAR, MARJORIE BALDWIN, EVELYN HAMMERMEISTER, DORCYI'HY SwANsoN. ACTIVITY POINT COMMISSION The Activity Point Commission, made up of juniors and seniors, records the activity points of the freshmen and sophomores. These girls also act as big sisters to girls in the various freshman and sophomore homerooms, helping the members to get more acquainted with the club. Betty Shumard, chairman of the commission, directed the girls in signing up. Additions to the list were decided by her. When a freshman earns 40 points, she receives a white "T" pin. A sophomore earns her purple "T" pin when she has 40 points. l-ler junior year is given to earning the ,junior Service Award. Picture Number 3. Top Row-JOAN LoRIsH. MARION WELCH, ANN ALExANDER, ELAINE KNUTzEN, MARIE VAN DER GIEEEEN, MARJORIE STINTON, VIRGINIA TREEN, MAXINE WEETENBERG, JANET BOWMAN. Second ROW-ETHEL, BIsHoP, JEANNE ARCHER, CAROLYN GoUwENs, DOROTHY ROZENE, JEANETTE LARQON, DoRoTHY MooRE, MARIE BRANKIN, BETTE HANEEN, ADA MAE DELANO. Third ROW-MARGARET BOGHAEEN, HARRIET ANKER, EVELYN HAINEB ESTBER KRAMER, NORMA SIEJNA, BEATRICE PHILLIPS, ELSIE STEFFEK, DOROTHY AGNELL, JEANETTE ENGELBRECHT. Seated-MARGARET CHANEY, CONSTANCE VENCKUB, RUTH ENGEL, KATHRYN PULLEY, BETTY SHUMARD, DoRofrHY BERBCHINBKI, RUTH REED, FEBN SEITZ, GERALDINE SAUBAMAN. Page 106 IIALQE I l'1lLj1' IHXXN JUNIOR SERVICE AWARD The junior service award is an accomplishment for which the junior girls receive a purple and white bar pin. A winner must have won her white "T" pin her Iresh- man year, a purple "T" pin her sophomore year, and perform some outstanding service her junior year. She must also have a clear title in the junior class. At the end of the semester she must pass a test on the history, constitution and ideals of the Girls club. Picture Number l. Top Row-JEANNE Ancnlm, VIRGINIA PELIIE, ELAINE KNUHEN, ILA FETHKE, Huuum' Auxmrr. Bunn HANBEN, AnA MAE DELANO, Mum: BRANKIN. Second Row-Evnum HAmamnm:rs1'mn, Donormr Bm:-. SCBINBKI, SUSAN Cmuw, CONBTANCE MAI.rro, Commun: TRIMBLE, Annrm SFEINBERG, Bmmvls Tsourson, ELEANOR FRADGLEY. Bottom RCW'-MARJORIE Woonnxcn, SHIRLEY CAI.I.AImAN. JEANNE Nmsou, NANCY SIIANKLAND Elssnc HAINms, EVELYN KoNsoEn, CAROLYN ZABRANSKY, IHENE Roamns, JOHANNA RYNBERK, ALICE Nl:l.soN HOUSE COMMITTEE I'Iostesses, custodians, marshals, secretaries, and secretaries of attendance make up the house committee. The hostesses tcike charge of visitors and show them through the building. Custodians are responsible for the property of the club. Secretaries do stenographic and clerical work of the club. Secretaries of attendance care for attendance records of the division chairmen. Ardith Steinberg, Alice Nelson, I'Iarriet Anker, Evelyn Rampke, Ruth Gross and Virginia Pelke are the marshals. They wear white and purple uniforms when performing their duties--opening and closing doors at assemblies, supervising seating, and passing out programs or notices. Picture Number 2. Top Row-VmoINIA Pmnnv, WILDA MAI: Hocxou, Muuonm Woomucs, Arun: ALEXANDER Emu Vuuaomvms, Fmuv Smrrz, Donors? Annum.. Second Row-MAnuAnm BoanAsmN, MARION Wmncn, MYRA Goomm. ILA Fmanz, EBTHIIR KnAm:n, No1mA SIEJNA, MABELLE CAm.soN, Blrrrm ROWLEITI. Bottom Row- Susm Cmuw, CoNs'rANcm MAI.I'ro, Rina Gnoss, Amor: Nmnson, ARDITB Snmanmna, Vnzoxnu Pmnxn, Evans Rnnnz, CAnoI.YN Gouwmus, E1.mANon FRADGLEY. WELFARE COMMITTEE In charge of Virginia Treen, the welfare committee was responsible for charity work. At Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets were sent to needy families of the township. The people at Oak Forest received gifts and Food at these times. At intervals committees visited the Home for Incurables on Sundays and brought them little gifts. Picture Number 3. Top Row-Evmnm Ennmns, Cons-:Amen MALI1-o, JmANm'r1-l: LAnsoN, KA1-Imnnu: Klu.l:Y. E1-an BISHOP, MAxI1u: Wmswlmnnna, Donornv Moons, Bvrm HANSEN, ADA MAE DlLANo, CAnoLvN ZABRANSKY, Burma: PHILLIPS, JmANl:'ru: Enonnsnmcm. Middle Row-MAImAnm1' CHANEL SUDAN Cumur, Vnmmm Pull, Nomm SIEJNA, Esrnmn KnAul:n, Evmun I-IAINms, Column: Tmunm, Burn' Wonnun. Jour Loman, ELIZABETH MADDOX, KATKRYN PULLEY. Boitom Row-MAnoAam-r Bomnsmn, MARION Wmwn. Donofnn Rozlzm, Vrnomn Tnmlm, Aucm Nmnsou, Mmm BRANIIN, Annu-n STEINBIRG, hmm: Rooms, Gum-nunm Dum., Emu S1-mrnx, Pug: 109 J lf., Wm sv-ni mentally Fit fosters clean living clncl lmiglm ide L94-Ga A J l.HA!g01-P We .Jia-.146 vmofxovnxft 0':M7'.mJa i 01144 we FOOTBALL Wet weather caused a scoreless deadloclc in the season opener with Downers Grove at home on September Q4. The following Friday night saw the Purple passing attaclc score three times to beat Blue lsland QT-Q at l'larvey. East Aurora was nosed out '13-'IQ in the final minutes of play at l-larvey on October 8. A Hsleeperl' pass from Sullivan to Hammers tied the score in the last quarter and ,lanes went over for the valuable extra point shortly before the game ended. Calumet City handed the Lipemen their first defeat, T4-6, at l-larvey on October 'I5. Carl Miller scored in the first quarter but Pawlowslci and Laczny both countered for Fractional later in the game. ln its first game away from home the Purple triumphed over Kanlcalcee, Q0-O, on October QQ. ,laclc ,lanes scored twice in the third quarter and in the final period completed a scoring pass to l-lammers. Mooseheart Academy's speedy eleven was held scoreless until the middle of the fourth quarter on October 29 at home, at that point Roberts of Mooseheart made the only score of the game on an end run. On the following afternoon Thornton battled Pullman Tech to a 6-6 tie. Jones intercepted a pass in the starting period and ran 70 yards to a touchdown. The long series of games with Bloom was continued this year on November 5 at Chicago Heights, Thornton winning T4-O. jones carried the ball for six points in the initial period and again in the third. Thornton went to Danville on November 'IQ for the final game of the season and scored a Q3-6 victory. T. T. I-I. S. scored a safety soon after the start of the game. Sullivan passed to Hammers in the first and Miller in the second period for tallies, Sullivan scored on a line buclc in the third stanza. BRAWN WAS SECONDARY TO BRAINS IN CHARACTERIZING THE 1937 SOUAD. Page 112 S 1 ti Edd'-I MW Ji?-LZ I, 54,5 1r.zL,..z.z , ...H .,., . , ,. M, 5.00 MM. .- .-f?6flfff1f C F 'ffvww IWW' aww--s SOUTH SUBURBAN LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS W L T Calumet City 4 O O T.T.l-l.S. 3 I O Kanlcalcee Q Q O Bloom O 3 T Blue Island O 3 'I For the second consecutive year Thornton won second place in the South Suburban league, winning three out of four games. The Wildcats won two, tied two and Iost one in non- league games. Coach K. jaclc Lipe formed a veteran squad from the 55 boys who reported at the beginning ol the season, a heavy line baclced up by a small but speedy baclclield worlced to the best advantage SEPTEMBER Q4 'T.T.I"I.S. O Downers Grove O OCTOBER I "'T.T.I-I.S. QI Blue Island Q B ":T.T.I'I.S. 'I3 East Aurora 'IQ 'I5 "'T.T.l-I.S. 6 Calumetcity 'I3 QQ T.T.I'I.S. Q0 Kanlcalcee O Q9 :"T.T.l-IS. O Mooseheart 6 30 T.T.I-I.S. 6 Pullman Tech. 6 NOVEMBER 5 T.T.I-IS. 'I4 Bloom O 'IQ T.T.I-I.S. Q3 Danville 6 "'I'Iome Games. throughout the usuicideu schedule. The schools played were of the Finest caliber offered in this area and ollered the Lipemen tough competition. The Sullivan to Hammers passing attack was the team's best single scoring play. I-Iammers scored 35 points to top the individual scorers. Following were jones, Q7, Sullivan, 18, Miller, 14, Kinsey, 6, and Bauman, 'I. FOOTBALL BRILLIANTIN VICTORY OR DEFEAT, THE TEAM TYPIFIED THE THORNTON SPIRIT. Page 113 HEAVYWEIGHT BASK ET B A L L Top Row GI-:Nl-1 C'n.wENs, liomzm' Sm-rwAlv.'rzKov1-', IXTERLE SMITH, THEODORE Dismzrxs, G1-:mum S'1'AA'r, HAuol.n I-Irumows. .Irmicvn I'ovoc'mN. Airruuu YAND1-:ul'IYE. REX -TONES. Bottom Row- 'JOHN BUHEN, JAM: .loNEs, RAY YINl'I'IN'l', In-:wus llmsiiwmim. .IUHN R01aEw1'soN. Rom-:wr BAUMAN, .Tm-IN I.U'r1'RE1.L, ICvmmT'r IIAINE:-i. While placing second in the T937-38 league race, Thornton had what was generally conceded to be the largest all-around team in the state. Playing a total of T6 games, the Purple Cloud won all but four. At the end of the season the live regulars averaged over 6 feet T inch in height and TB5 pounds in weight. lt was the largest Thornton team ever to talce the Floor. Of the four games the team lost, three were dropped by a margin of one baslcet or less. lnjuries and siclcness forced Coach K. .laclc Lipe to alter his starting lineup several times during the season. Playing forthe First year under the center jump elimination rule, Thornton scored a total ol 489 points while its opponents were tallying 327. Four valuable men will be lost this year by graduation: Lewis l'lammers, guard, john Robertson, forward, Paul Schuldt, guard, and ,laclc jones, forward. SOUTH SUBURBAN LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS W L Pct. W L pct, Kankakee B Q .800 Bloom 5 5 .500 T.T.l-l.5. 7 3 .700 Blue lsland 4 6 .400 Calumet City 5 5 .500 University T 9 .100 fdvtki. :ff U hmmm J liuwwf 69.7 M.,...:c- 9.4,s..a.1w.q VKTDITITTDTT ri inmx FLMTED fl imin mriiiinnii l PURPLE . CLOUD y LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL Top Row CoAt'n IIUvni.r:s'ruN. H1-:Nuv RAIMAN. W11,i.i,u1 ANDERSON. Jnvx IVIi'I'i-ii-:iimN, .Imm S'I'0liH'I. fwliAliLl'1I'l IlAwLm'. LVIANAGER CI.AlYDE ,XND1-IRSUN. Middle Row- Louis NIAFALUHO. C'uAm.m-i Wi-:xr:i.iii-ami, lin I"iii-:im-iii G1-:onus Ko1'x-:vi-', Tum' WEBB, 1NI.mvxN LANGE. G1-:mmm Rm'zi,Ar1-'. IUUNALD I.AYE1"rl-:. Bottom Row Ilnwmu l'RSE'I"I'lE. ILOUERT liuusu. IVIARHHALI, PUHRMAN, Amzx I'ri'i'iAN0wi4Kl. ltli'n.um Cxnu-1, .IUHN SUi.l.lv.4N. fll,AUlP KINAEY. The Thornton lightweights, by winning the South Suburban league champion- ship this year, accomplished a feat no other Purple and White pony team had been able to do since 1933. Starting slowly, the team wound up the season in great style, mostly due to the development of Forwards Kinsey and Sullivan. At the start of the year prospects were not very bright, lor Kinsey was the only returning 1936-37 regular. Coach Thielen B. l'luddlestun's live won eight of its ten league games and dropped two non-conference tilts. Both Kinsey and Sullivan were selected as forwards on the conference all-star team. With Parish the only returning regular the team will be about as bad all lor material next year as it was this fall. Kinsey, Ustianowslci, Puhrman and Lange will graduate and Sullivan and Case will join the heavyweight squad. lbd6w any - ,,tottuiiiQi5 nuiiiiiii Hummi L ,guiinoi ,iomiiiiizi i PONIES l'agf II7 Standing-CRARLEE PALACE8, FRANCIS DEVRIE5, ROGER GRISWOLD, ERNEST BERRY, ANDREW GARRY, LEWIS HAM- MERB, STANLEY Czncn, LAWRENCE TRAUB, JACK J0NEs, ROBERT CAPRONI, JAMES SPENCER. Seated-TRoY WEBB, KENNETH STUTTERB, ROBERT MARRITT, HOWARD SAALMAN, HENRY WIPIOR, GERALD MCCULLOUGH, CLAUDE KINSEY, JACK GINTER, NATRANIEL .lol-1NsoN, HARRY HAzEL1-xURsT. SENIOR TRACK TEAM Seven picked members oF the Thornton track team competed on April Q3 with entrants From 'I5 other schools in the Mattoon Relays. Claude Kinsey lowered the 'IOO-yard dash record to 'IO.3 as the Purple team Finished seventh. A triangular meet at home on May 'I with Kankakee and Blue Island resulted in a victory in the senior division For Kankakee. Kinsey and jack Jones tied For First place in the 'IOO-yard dash, Kinsey won the Q20-yard dash and Burton Patrick triumphed in the high jump to pace the Purple team. Thornton won Fourth place in the district meet at Kankakee on the night oF May 7, Finishing behind University high, Kankakee, and joliet. Patrick topped the high jumpers with 5 Feet 7 inches, while Kinsey was winning the 'IOO and 920-yard dashes. They were the only Thornton men to qualify For the state meet. University high vanquished Coach Froschauer's team on May 'I4 at Stagg Field although the relay team oF Johnson, Jacobs, Jones, and Kinsey Finished First, and Patrick and Kinsey again won their events. Bloom Fell before Thornton 62-5'I in a meet at I'Iarvey on May 19. The Frosch- men captured nine Firsts while winning. The senior squad placed second, Four points behind Kankakee, in the conFerence meet at Kankakee on May QT. The 880-yard medley relay team won its event, Finishing the season undefeated. Kinsey again won the 'IOO and Q20-yard dashes, and Patrick was best among high jumpers. THE 1937 SENIOR TEAM WAS THE BEST SEEN IN SEVERAL YEALRS. Pug: 116 JUNIOR TRACK TEAM Standing-Crmnnms Gzmnxf, Ronmvr Bnocxnn, DONALD Momusox, DoNALn Iuassmn, Ronmvr MCQOY, Jomv Sromm. JOHN CHINEWICZ. Kneeling-KENNETH NELSON, DENNls GILLEY, RALPH DAVIS, Mimvm Ixutrcnmx, EDWARD Pmoruazs. QUENTIN TYLER. With only a few 'I936 lettermen returning, Coach F. E. Froschauer found it necessary to rebuild the entire 1937 junior traclc team from incoming men. For the First time in many years Thornton was laclcing in outstanding junior material, but made up for it by concentrated team eFTort. A triangular meet here on May 'l with Konlcaltee and Blue Island resulted as follows: Thornton 491-SZ, Kankakee 321-Q, Blue Island 'l3. The Purple team won six First places. The victors and events were: Ernest Berry, 50-yard dashj Robert l-leyman, shot puti Charles Dale, 'l'l0-yard low hurdlesj Donald Lassen, Q90-yard dash, Dennis Gilley, pole vaultf and the team of Edward Peoples, Berry, Donald Lassen and Daley in the 440 yard medley relay. Second places were won by Edward Peoples in the Q90-yard dashi Robert McConnell in the pole vaultf and Charles Daley in the high jump. A strong University high team ran wild over Thornton on May 'l4 at Stagg Field by the score of 7'l-94. Heyman was the only Purple man to capture a First, winning the discus throw. Seconds were hung up by Berry in the 50 and 'l00 yard dashes, by Peoples in the 660 yard run, by Gilley in the pole vault, by Gerald Reeder in the high jump and by l-leyman in the shotput. Third place winners were Lassen in the 60 and McConnell in the pole vault. Thornton's second defeat of the season was sutiered at the hands of Bloom at Harvey on May 'l9, by the score of 75-20. The only victories For Thornton were made by Peoples in the 660 yard run and l-leyman in the shotput. l.assen's third in the Q20 yard dash and Berry's third in the 50 yard dash were the best done by the remainder of the team. THE TRACK TEAM WAS EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG IN THE DASHES AND RELAYS. Page 117 Top Picture, Team. Top Row-HENRY INGWERBEN, EDWARD HAZELHURET, JAMEs SPENCER, WARREN CLAUssEN, PAUL CLARK, LEIGH FIsHER, DoNALD JOHNSON. Bottom ROWHHENRY WIPIOR, ROBERT KIDDER, RENAUD BENNETT, ROBERT KIPLEY, WILLIAM STANLEY, DEAN THOMPSON, CHARLES PALACEE. Bottom Picture, Squad. Top Row- CHARLEE PALACES, HENRY INGWERSEN, WARREN CLAUBBEN, PAUL CLARK, LEIGI-I FIsHER, DONALD JOHNSON. Second Row-HENRY WIPIOR, ROBERT KIDDER, RENAUD BENNETT. ROBERT KIPLEY, WILLIAM STANLEY. DEAN THOMPSON, EDWARD HAzELIIURsT.Third ROWHCARL MADORY, RALPH HOMAN, JACK ZEA, VANCE PHILLIPS, GEORGE HAYES, ROBERT SCHMIDT, JAMES SPENCER. Bottom ROWTGEORGE MADORY, LAWRENCE AEELE, WILLIAM O'CoNNELL EDWARD SHEA, BERNARD NEUBERT, CLARENCE STROH, JACK MCNEIL. Thornton's tanlc team won the South Suburban league championship for the second consecutive year this season with a clean slate of Iour victories and no defeats. Swimming in a total of thirteen meets during the season, the Purple swimmers won ten and lost three. A large squad of experienced boys under the tutelage of Coach Franlc E. Froschauer was pitted against some ofthe best teams in the Chicago district. Eleven boys won letters in the sport. Graduation will talce Iettermen Kidder, Palaces, Kipley and Wipior from the team. Returning lettermen next year will be Bennett, Thompson, Stevenson, Stanley, Clarlc, Neubert and Johnson. SEASON SCORES JANUARY FEBRUARY 'I'I T.T.I-IS 48 Argo T.T.I"l.S 54 Whiting 'I4 T.T.I-I.S Whiting T.T.l'l.S. 'I9 Hammond 'I9 T.T.l-l.S Calumet City T.T.l'l.S. 54 Washington QQ T.T.l'I.S Danville T.T.l'l.S. 38 Calumet City Q6 T.T.I-I.S University MARCH Q7 T.T.I-I.S. Washington T.T.l-IS. 47 Argo 99 T,T.I-I.S Danville BOYS' SWIMMING SINCE THE LEAGUE WAS ORGANIZED THORNTON HAS WON BOTH CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS. Page 118 GOLF TENNIS Top Picture, Golf. Standing-CLARENCE CEREB, GEORGE STRICKER, Faculty Manager C. R. BEEMAN. .IORN IEOHERT atm, HAIIRY REEVES, EDVVARD SNUCRLE. Kneeling---ehoms MAITALUBO. JAMES TARPEY. HDWVARD CEREH. GEORGE KOTEFF. Bottom picture, Tennis. Standing-GEQRGE HAYEB, PAUL CLARK. NORMAN BARNA, ULIVER TYLER ANDREW GARRY, RORER1' SCHMIDT. ROBERT HAIR. Kneeling--HUGH MUCORMICR. HAROLD CEEFFERT, CLARENLE FIRE. FRANK LINDBERG. CHARLES PALACES. HERBERT ABRAHAM. Thornton's golf team was scheduled to play all the teams in the South Suburban league this spring. The First match was to be played against Blue lsland at Cherry l'lill on April QT. The returning lettermen-"George KoteFl, Louis Nlacaluso, John Robertson, Carl Spacilc, Clarence Ceres, Francis DeVries and I-larry Reeves, 'were expected by Coach Charles R. Beeman to form a well-balanced team. Thornton was selected as ,the darlc horse in the league race and considered a serious contender for Bloom s T937 crown. Two matches were scheduled with Blue lsland. Tennis was resumed at Thornton this year under Coach Gilbert R. Valbert. As it was the First time the school had competed in tennis since 1933, only four matches were scheduled. The opening match was scheduled on April QQ at University high, followed on May 6 at Blue lsland, May 'I7 at Blue lsland May Q5 Loclcport at home, and on the morning ol May Q8 at University l'ligh. The team was selected by pairing the candidates and matching the First-round winners. GOLF AND TENNIS REQUIRE EXPERT ACCURACY IN "SWATTING THE BALL". Page' IIQ PY.-,b Mx. Q! -'xfrjt sf' r ,gf My Top ROW'--TEAN SELKIRK, JUNE KALLESTAD, DOROTHY TWIKES, BONNIE BEST STEELE, IvA IVIAE SMITI-I, LILLIAN ANDERSON, MARJORIE STINTON, -TANE MILLER, EVALEEN STINTON, MARGERY HoUsER, MARIE BRANKIN. Second ROW-.TEANETTE ENGLEBRECHT, IRIS RUDIILPH. MARION Voss, Lois Voss. JOYCE RUSSELL, JEANNE ARCHER, SUSAN CIIRRY, EDITI-I PEARSON, VIRGINIA -TAESCI-IKE, BETTY Hum-ms, VIVIAN INGLE. Third ROWECAROLINE 'MIKES, ELEANOR MALITO. BETTY Lou BENDER, JEAN MILLER, HELEN MURRAY, CONSTANCE MALITo, GAYLE CHOATE, EVELYN ANDERSON, FRANCES LONGNECKER, LILLIAN WEGENER. Bottom Row-Jo ANNE LEACI-I, ANNA MARIE VAN MILLIQAN, MARJORIE XNATERMAN, DOROTHY AGNELL, NORMA BUGH, ANN ALEXANDER, JEVVEL RYNEERR, ELEANOR FRADGLEY, IVTARJORIE LLOYD, NANCY' PEASLEY, ALICE RUDULPH. The Girls' Athletic Association presented the annual swimming pageantwf "The Winter Water Carnival" on December 'I6 and 'l7. The pageant was under the direction of Misses Morthalou Gray and Dorothy I-lautciu. Ann Alexander was manager of the production. The pageant commenced with the Arctic March. Several formations were performed as whirling snowflalces, tinker toys, twinlcling stars, and a Christmas candle. A race, North Pole versus South Pole, was a scenic act. More formations, snowed under, blue moon, Christmas ribbon candy, reindeer frolics, soldiers on parade, frigid-air and a Christmas tree, were performed. To reign at the pageant each night snow queens were chosen by three judges from the audience. Each homeroom selected a girl as a representative and from these the swimmers participating in the pageant selected two girls from each class: Nancy Peasley and ,lewel Rynberlc, freshmen, Marjorie Lloyd and Norma Bugh, sophomores, Marjorie Waterman and Dorothy Agnell, juniors, Ada Mae Delano and Eleanor Fradgley, seniors, as nominees. The queens were jewel Rynberlc and Norma Bugh, Ann Alexander brolce the state record in the Illinois telegraphic meet for girl swimmers in the Q0-yard front crawl event, swimming in the winning time of 10.35 seconds. This victory with others helped Thornton win third place in the telegraphic meet. Marion Voss won first in the QO-yard baclc crawl at Thornton but was second in the state with her time of 13.9 seconds. GIRLS' PAGEANT THE COMBINATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND MENTAL DEVELOPMENT AID UPRIGHT CITIZENSHIP Pagz 120 LETTERMENS CLUB Top Row Howuzn SAALMAN, RAYMOND RODGER, ALEX VRTIANOXVHKI. ROIII-:RT IQIDDER. 'I'rvusiIri-r STANIII-:Y CzEr'H, RUIIEIII' BAUMAN, IIEXVIS HAMMI-zus. Surge-:IIIt-:It-zirixis FIIANK AIILAIISI-cw. RAYMOND X'INr'EN1'. JOHN RUIII-:Iwi-irIN, JAMES SPEN1'ER,clEORGE IQOTEFF. Middle Row-LOUIS 1NIAf'ALUSO,CI-IARLES PAI,,u'Ei-I, CHAIII.I-In IMLEY, MAIn4IIAI.I. l'ImI:MAN. RICHARD CASEI, NATHANI.AL JoaNsrIN. Yin--l'rvsirlt-Iit HENIW XYIPIOH, IIAIUQI' llAzI-:I,HuIzs'I', limiuirr IQIPLEY, WILLIAM STANLEY. l'ImvAIm SHEA, I'IAR0I,I1 YANDEIIWAIIF. JOHN STOJAH. Bottom Row CI.AvIIi-: KINHHY. CARI. NIILLER. PI'C'SldK'llt .IMIK JONES. J.u'K GINTER, VERNON SMITH. IIAWIII-INVI: 'l'II.mIII'. RIi'II.um BEIIIQY. PAIII. Sm-IIIIIDT, JOHN IAUTTRELLE, Jorm SUI,I,Iv.4N, llowmim LYRRETTIE. II,umv IiII.I,Is Boys earning letters in Football this year are: Frank Arlauskas, Robert Bauman, Stanley Czech, Lewis i-lammers, jack jones, Claude Kinsey, Carl Miller, john Luttrell, john Sullivan, l-larold Vanderwarl, Raymond Vincent, Raul Covolo, l'larry l'-lazelhurst, Francis Kaiser, Carl Madory, 'lhomas Qrmsby, Edward Shea, William Stanley, john Stojah, l-larry Rinkema and l-loward Ursettie. winners in 1937 track were: Seniors: Robert Bauman, jack Ginter, Lewis l-lammers, Robert l'leyman, james jacobs, Nathanial johnson, jack jones, Claude Kinsey, Edward Maritt, Donald Murray, Burton patrick, l-larlen Reeder, Mitchell Schaafsma, james Spencer, Lawrence lraub. juniors: Ernest Berry, Charles Daley, Dennis Gilley, Donald Lassen, Robert McConnell, Edward Peoples and Raymond Vincent. ln basketball the following won letters: hleavies: Robert Bauman, Everett Haines, Lewis Hammers, jack jones, john Luttrell, john Robertson, Raul Schuldt, and Raymond Vincent. Lightweights: Richard Case, Claude Kinsey, Gear e Kotelf, Marshall Ruhrman, Marvin Lange, Robert Parish, Louis Macaluso, join Sullivan and Alex Ustianowski. Swimmers who won letters this year are: Renaud Bennett, Raul Clark, Donald ohnson, Robert Kidder, Robert Kipley, Bernard Neubert, Charles Palaces, William tanley, Bayard Stevenson, Dean Thompson and l-lenry Wipior. The 1937 golf lettermen were: George Kotell, Louis Macaluso, Raul Powers, john Robertson, Carl Spacik, Frank Stepanczuk, and Frank Thompson. Vernon Smith won his letter as senior manager. BELONGING TO THE LETTERMENS CLUB IS AN ADDED HONOR FOR ATHLETES. Pug: l.?I Standing Dnnrri-m' GOLETZ. ANN ALEXANDER, Donofmv WVEGENER, HELEN DOOLEN. NAOMI FORK. EVELYN MULLEN. Seated -'l'Hm.MA F0N1'Ef'i-IIA, SUSAN CURRY, ICLSIE HAINES, EDITH NIITCHELL. XvIOLE'I' FONTEITI-IIA, EVELYN KONSOER ldleness in the G. A. A. is not excused. Every person should, at all times, be active and vigorous. The Girls' Athletic Association otiers practically every form of physical exercise one can endurefff-every eiiort is made to cause the girls to vvant to participate in sports. The modern age is essentially a health-seelcing age. In order to secure health, one must Icnow the value of exercising and follow fully its course. The G. A. A. is largely a responsibility, it lceeps the girls in a good physical condition and puts spirit into the soul of every member. Ability of the mind to thinlc quiclcly is cultivated. Speed is the basis of sports. II one must think clearly and quiclcly While playing, the habit Will, in a short time, be cultivated so thoroughly that thinking in school worlc and in the daily course of living can be done without hesitation. The governing group of the G. A. A. consists of the four officers and ten heads of the various sports played throughout the year. The board members, managers oi each particular division, consist oi: Dorothy Wegener, soccer, Ann Alexander, svvimming, I'Ielen Doolen and Edith Mitchell, baslcetball, Bette Turlay, volleyball, Dorothy Goletz, baseball, glune Kallestad, individual sports, Dorothy Graves, dancing, Thelma Fontechia, publicity, Evelyn Konsoer, social activities, and advisers: Misses Carr, Gray, and l'Iautau. The impending board members of the G. A, A. select the board For the Iuture year. The election oi the oiiicers is held at a social event. This year the oilicers were selected at the Weinie roast held November 18. J' J N . ,ff ,f' Lf" J I si- . 1 - I ' 1 V - I .11 , ,J it ,, 1 ff 1 i fl. I. I. f ,Ai A ly G. A. A. OFHCERS ANDBOARD PLAY THAT REQUIRES PHYSICAL ENDURANCE IS THE MOST POPULAR DIVERSION OF THE G. A. A. Paqf 122 I ' IJ G.A.A. NUMERAL AND "T" GIRLS Top Row 'l'ms:1.MA FONTECHIA. Vxomrr FONTECHIA, DOROTHY Gnu-rrz. SUSAN Cciuw. ANN ,-Km-:xANm-nn, l.numm Kmv, Donor:-n' MIKES. ELEANOH MALITO, I-EDITH IVIITCHELL, EVELYN KONHOER, AND Nonym Hn.i.w:n. Center Row Donn-rl-n' XVEGENER. JANET BOVVMAN. Er.izAnE'i-H Cl-IRISTENSEN, ICI.:-ui-1 II.uNr::-i. I,xi,i.1AN ANm-:ui-ion. THAIL- Joms S'r1N1'oN, TYTARION BLANK. BIAXINE WEs'rENmam:, AND CHARLES CHARLTUN. Seated NIARXAN Dum-tx, Ilfizr-:L I.mv1'x+1. JUN:-: IQALLESTAD, CAIQOIAINE Mums, LILLIAN Hmmm, ICVELYN MULLI-JN. Ymr:1N1.4 'l'um:N, H r:u:N S4-HWANK IRENE Roxanne. AND TXTARGARET KELO. The receiving oi numerals is a great honor but not so great a one as receiving the purple and white chenille T. To receive numerals each girl must participate in at least Five dilierent sports and play in the tournaments of each to get full credit. Each girl is given purple and white numerals of her graduation year, ln order that a T may be obtained, the member must have numerals, be a loyal member, manage a seasonal sport or any major responsibility, continue to be active, and be on several ditierent committees throughout her school years. She is voted upon by the oI'Iicers, board, and advisers Tor the honor of receiving a T. Several numerals this year were presented at the baslcetball banauet and a few at a later social event when the T's were distributed. At the end oi the year the tournament average ol each class is Figured. At the annual picnic the members of the winning class are privileged to drinlc of the "cup oi victoryn on which the numerals of their class are engraved. There was room for improvement in the provisions of the G. A. A. constitution this year. Since it had not been revised For a number ol years, Susan Curry, Thelma Fontechia, Roberta Umbaugh, and pricilla Copeland volunteered to malte the needed changes, Alter revising the constitution, it vvas read to the oilicers and board who thoroughly discussed and approved of it. The constitution was then posted on the G. A. A. bulletin board so all the members could reier to it when necessary. At a meeting the rules and regulation were read to the members oi the club. ACTIVITIES BECKON MEMBERS TOWARD THE DESIRED GOAL-HONOR OF RECEIVING NUMERALS AND T'S. Page 123 HUVHlTl EINE ISHS - . k -X--I 9 N ,. , Q 2 5 5 I f 5 pgiifw Aa SL. his 4- ' .--A X , JSR , ,A A, ,,.: X 5 , 2 5 vi X s i.g'l5E1Q,3 v YJ . N 9, Q, Q f :P 1 'S gt ,fm - .- ,bmw 5 . ,,, y, w H i 1 S 1 . 5 2 H k . M Sxfigzggf Kwik Y , 2 fe w! Ni x fag: ' M 1 - f ' f , W, QU ' N V h .7--:K ' -.f:f,fL'-if V ' 1 1111331 "A" - . kv 5 A f Q i ,, . i W i , .. fs? 5 J " aiu kr PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS S. E. FRASER, M.D. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, M.D. A. R. ANDERSON, M.D. PAUL ASHLEY, M.D. 182 E. 154th St. Phone -Harvey 122 112ME. 154th St. Phone Harvey 66 T. O. CANTWELL, M.D. 116 E. 154th St. Ph THEODORE GIESE, M.D. one Harvey 546 172 E. 154th st. Phone Harvey 690 HELGE JANSON, M.D. HERBERT -IANSON, M.D. M. R. WEIDNER, JR., M.D. 1952 Ridge Road Phone Homewood 291 F A HARRIS M D. PHILIP G. THOMSEN, M.D. T. H. KELLY, M.D. 13614 Indiana Ave. Phone Riverdale 64 2003 Ridge Road Phone Homewood 971 DENTISTS DR. N. A. KINGSTON DR. E. A. RHIND 182 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 97 1952 Ridge Road Phone Homewood 495 DR. GUILLERMO GALLEGOS DR- CLARENCE E, SIMQN 13702 Indiana Ave. Phone Riverdale 14 Harvey Theatre Bldg. phone Harvey 543 DR. R. F. THORNTON DR F C PAULSEN um H. 154th sn. Phone Harvey 49 , , . ' " ' Ridge 81 Dixie Phone Homewood 1043 DR. P. J. TEELING 168 E. 154th sn. Phone Harvey 304 DR- BENJAMIN W- HUGHES Res. Homewood 975 171 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 463 EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT E. E. DILLON,iM.D. CLARENCE A. HERCULES, M.D. 1954 Ridge Road Phone Homewood 884 15402-06 Turlington Ave. Phone Harvey 96 OSTEOPATH DR. F. J. MURPHY 151 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 799 LAWYERS HENRY C. PIEL HARRY A. LAMBERT 182 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 174 150 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 2057 GOOD HOME COOKING H E L E N ' S AT SHOP FOR WOMEN 153 EAST 154th STREET 15328 Center Avenue "IN Tm: HPIART or-' H.ARvI:v" Phone 3532 PHOENIX HOSIERY-KAYSER GLOVES FORMFIT CORSETS - DRESSES WE CATER T0 PARTIES SUITS .- LINGERIE S md X251- xv gm-new In as V Greetinls to Newwmm 0 aus 930 :Q A Q we '4"'15 Bfmi. 00 b"01z -N X 699 Q4 will 0 nombap , 'gli' lb' -I-EAN if 69 age? ,940 'er 'z000n 33 421- J? Xfxfrf 4' e6eoz,C5"' ? M. . QQ? ' 'I c T10 1 PM 44 006 9656 ssyb- CQ':.'w'I",,.c.ns Ayumnwxxv New Addition 566,01 god' Jg'fyg1,,,cI-LW N, E0 Greets Students 0 , i XXVI 2:11825 Asxemblieg Q4-A. ph Single shin, study F co I enh During I 'lx Aer . . J- u PEDIUCIS Return Syljool to VOID, mm! School Year 1 'Vlhex K QQJOQP Normal Opportumtxes Ib Ip- ra ' 0 ' I ,,.. , for 'Ve K an Wm c1., 4 mm -it mill P 111 '21 If o,, . I lr? G11 ' QMS" ponullft' Q' f Comm, B- eq? Chem Awair the Fm -Q 1 Ikes Cause Stir -. P XSL reshman' -' I Nw.- A ,ka M AUSTIN DIVISION, HARVEY, ILL. ROAD MAKING - EARTH HANDLING STREET CLEANING, ROCK CRUSHING EQUIPMENT The Austin-Western Road Machinery Co. AURORA, ILL. FACTORIES AT AURORA AND HARVEY 0 M ON MAINTAINING IEHIIEIISHIP To win and consistently hold a place as the recognized leader of school annual printing, has been the record of Rogers Printing Company since its beginning in 1908. That we have, during a period of 30 years, success- Iully produced hundreds olannuals for schools through- out the country, attests our ability to satisfy completely the most discriminating Year Boolc Staff. New ideas, coupled with the Icnowledge and experi- ence gained through a quarter of a century's service, insure the school that chooses a Rogers printed bool: of ideal pages "From Start to Finish." We are proud that the staff of THE THORNTONITE entrusted its printing to our organization and we herewith present it as an example of our worlc. ROGERS PRINTING COMPANY 307-309 First Street 228 N. LaSalle Street DIXON, ILLINOIS I CHICAGO, ILLINOIS , Mmm or X x ' 3'r'3 O X LPRTIFIED muux x COMPLIMENTS OF TRIANGLE GRILL 14917 MORGAN PHONE HARVEY 3355 HARVEY, ILLINOIS C. S. ARMINGTON PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR 15339 Center Avenue Telephone Harvey 47 WAUSAU LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY LUMBER, MILLWORK, COAL AND BUILDING MATERIAL Phone-Harvey 196 Address-South Holland, Illinois Remember Class of '38 THE BROADWAY A U T O S U P P L Y 15301 BROADWAY HARVEY, ILLINOIS Keeps the HOME Car Fit and Ready O O Z C3 'EU De P-3 Ci F' IP H P-4 CD Z U1 UIFUOI-42mm Tl T3 F In 2' 'T' 9 'U 3 Q D 'I' H Q 9 0 5' Q v-1 ua IP rn rn O 9. W 21 O U . 1 1, To The Class of 1938- I : I : : I We Extend Our Congratulations and Sincere I'I'a Wishes for Most Successful Futures PERFECTION GEAR COMPANY A AND PERIRTIGI PERFECTION REFRIGERATION PARTS CO. From the rambling yellow schoolhouse Go three hundred sixty 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 ENGRAVING COMPANY 337 WEST MADISON STREET CHICAGO 130 Ambulance Service, Frigidaires COMPLIMENTS Washers, and Radios D E Y O U N G DARR COAL an SUPPLY FURNITURE AND FUNERAL Phone HOME Harvey 1700 or Homewood 700 NICK DEYOUNG, Proprietor Our Motto: 15650 Chicago Road 15306 Center Ave. - - -WE AIM TO PLEASE - -- South Holland, Ill. Harvey, Ill. Phone Harvey 37 Phone Harvey 373 'P 21ww AA 93 Lipemen J ,QW B, I V. Earn 'yqrqm gnxvwsvi' ' 1ct01'y 6 - 21 N. S A SG' -- - '76 4"l?1- 4 teve vA'c'J""' e N- - Turkmen Wvfk WS "' 41 Je ze, B H3011 -iid' " I rf. eration IGI' spm R F I ,fgy 0463 j,"T,f- 31112280 S' Mcphe X 2 I-'7'6l1Ck 6 3 A fill" 1 20 11721523 ullfva 17711, S T 0 Pre ' as 5 0 1- . oi QQJJJ 64,01 H I' 1 Q- 6993910 Q3 G? 6714,-6 Jlllziom Boys Select . - Q, . ,, 3:0 93,6 Lewis Hammers Wild C. Kmsey- I Ji Siotga , EQKCOYSI To Seniors Kqnk cats Beat Emi' s"'i'Ih Plla er Benn' 1 -' ak Gly ' Hwvw Chess-Check sgfxes aa ee WHL p 'On 9, 3- omer officers Include A mf 20-0 ln, Golde Yhotos H Gouwens, B. Shumard, f v -f Club P469 Sax QOY Ph, Hansen X 0 W Sedxofs lllleliats to Shu e '1.'QE:m- nys Plans CLEANING THAT'S DIFFERENT! For Good Work and Service Call Harvey 1600 HOEKSTRA CLEANING COMPANY SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO THE CLASS OF 1938 M REICH STUDIO 459 STATE STREET Opposite the Minas Department Store HAMMOND, INDIANA M OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR CLASS OF 1938 TELEPHONE HAMMOND 3096 School Supplies Portable Typewriters HARVEY NEWS AGENCY wo EAST 154 STRIQIJT "A Cheerful Place To Buy" PATRONIZE CONCIALDI GROCERY AMERICAN AND ITALIAN Foons FRESH MEATS 15704 PAliK AvIcNI'l-: HARVEY, ILLINOIS Att Lf -. end A n pl Half: LAINQQRZ' Gf1'Is'St ual fu' . 68.5 .Vvv-" nee' I and-U 'H -Eve, ff- S P I . ' Q I, 1 0 . W ' Chun P10 G 611 Q W . . mms qtgqnlltu, Fl C752 .Evers 17161-edagfanag k5,4:f,,gfxa TYYIOIWZA fs Nine Ygvdu Billy Goa -I'.,J'eation Club 00 6 "" 'lv 9 96 OH W' .Row ' 11' Q, 6 oe, '71 T . 1113 Multiplies vsnyl woveokg Eg, nlvnpbs Ove,-Da ' j A 1 , - . s,,.p3iA,,A Q ,p A Ai ,F 2,16 awe . Qo9yAxxX6xwgx swaai 7 , 5 xg' . ' 1 D v14mW'f00,U" f 90 ff' History Pupils Cha Laad 6.355 F eleelfzre NWS 6 Ufganize Clube. 'ds S f -stsvaseilxns 0 01- Ijresss Plan D Pontius Head-9 l I Presimfgmardl obfxxecxe Meer p'name1msn , "'QsE,,"'ff,.,. Yfo Ward,s cakes Have what it takes To make the meal end right. And with Ward's bread You'1l be well fed With each delicious bite. Specify WARITS at YOUR Grocer's WARD BAKING CO. To Get The Best Results From Your Heating Plant Genuine C O Made in Chicago FOSTER COAL COMPANY 14800 Loomis Avenue HARVEY, ILLINOIS Ph ones 989-ooo 133 A D L E R HEATING PLUMBING FUNERAL HOME HOMEWOOD PLUMBING COMPANY Call Harvey 699 GEO. LOCIQIC, Picov. AMBULANCE SERVICE HOMEWOOD PHONE 165 Class of 1938 Lots of liuek :incl liest VVishes, :intl Always lieineniliei' One ol' the Chief Neeessities of :L . , Good Appezii'zim'e is Good Clothing--Well A Complete Elecfflc Servlce for the AUTOMOBILE Tiiilored, Fitted, and Stylish. You Iind Our Store the Right One for these Requirements. MARKS TO GGERY Men's Shoes, Clothing, and Fumishings Willard Batteries l,i,oi'p f'i,Ar'soN, Prop. 2110 l'IAs'r 154 STREI-1T Ph 950 15429 B d 'l'i-:i,ici'iioNi: 630 Open Evenings one ma way INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE Whether business is good or bad, Trained Secretaries, Accountants, Typists, Cloniptometrists are always in demand. A few months, training, and a Metropolitan Diploma will prove to be: A SAFE INVESTMENT 1873 66THYEAR 1938 SUMMER TERM, JUNE 20g FALL TERM, SEPTEMBER 6 Registration in Advance is Required Annual Prospectus is sent upon request For the Best Training and Placement Service, Attend I I A N -I BUSIN SS COLLE 3 Conveniently Loeated Sc-hools ltosiimxn - - 11324 Miehigam Avenue ENKPIIICXYOOIJ - - 304 West 63rd Street, Dowxrowx - - 37 South Wzihzish Avenue 134 G E R M A 1 N E BEAUTY al LINGERIE SHOPPE : 15407 CENTER AVENVE P " A "J Opposite Harvey Theatre Bldg. TELEPHONE 903 PERSONALITY HAIR CUTTING PERMANENT WAVING GEORGE M. MAY JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST Phone 835 Homewood, Illinois In years to rome-say '81- When someone mentions snow, We each can say, 'ANow, in my day Real blizzard winds could blow. On April 8, in '38, A day I well remember, With surprised shout was school turned out! The day seemed mid-Decemberf' KICKERT BROS. 15327 Broadway HARVEY, ILLINOIS Telephone 124 T. T. H. S. CAFETERIA - PARSONS' HOUSEHOLD AMMON IA .I jf: 'Al- 1.ll"ll ll' y u ylllf L Illillll"HI,'ll. V : U mfffiilihusfifu Y E 1215: S 1' l s Q. -El... . The Universal Cleanser Use PARSONS' whenever you use soap and water. Cuts Grease, Destroys Odors. Processed " just right" for All General Cleaning Purposes. Epnnsnu Leaves Clothes as Fresh as the Morning Dew. Removes Dirt Quickly and Easily. 'WN A N Excellent for Washing Dishes, Pots and Pans, Cleaning Windows, Walls E55-'Eg and Woodwork. -11"-Wi-V PARSONS AMMONIA COMPANY, Inc. HOMEWOOD, ILL. NEW YORK, N. Y. U HICRMAN J. ANDERS Picovmi-rroii C. W. SMITH MOTOR SALES DOLTQN MEAT MARKET 15240 Broadway AND GROCERY HARVEY, ILLINOIS 14111 Lincoln Avenue Telephone Harvey 1850 DOLTON, ILLINOIS 1 S S. J. Cowixu F. P. COWING 29 East 154th Street COWING BROS., INC. QUALITY FRESH AND coLD MEATS Full Line of Vegetables and Groceries REAL ESTATE ' INSURANCE BORDEN'S ICE CREAM HOMEWOOD Open Nights and Sundays Phone 600 Telephone 530 SOUTH SUBURBAN SAFEWAY LINES, INC. Office: 215 East 154th Street Telephones Harvey 51 and Interocean 9744 Frequent Service Between Chicago, Blue Courteous and Efficient Drivers. Safe and Island, Harvey, Chicago Heights Comfortable Coaches. Call Us for and Crete Charter Service Keep Your Family PERMANENTLY happy by having A11 Beauty Work done at VOGUE BEAUTY SALON 164 EAST 154TH STREET LET HOLLER BROTHERS Furnish the Quality Meat for your table ! 121 EAST 154TR STREET HARVEY 60 TELEPHONE HARV'EY 25 I Q Iwi l ill ' ' rl W' ,fm km wp, ix j ly llllllg pm ll Ubs Donate . .1 fl! 11 ml, 1X A TOC ., ,F I QQXQS fz-, "e,. - 1 ' gqua hai-mes ,f Q9 695 152, J' I an5TGir-ls M Xa 133' 466 0969 I leQ3,!p4?7, :flu ects Capta. Jgcilgfs USL: Baskets, ' Q9 , ' 9 rblvif B ,,,,,,, 5111130111 ff Club nekfgflgeiiijffg ' ll 2 emi: rg, ' ' . ' s D-A.R C-'f"'P'0n '33 W. A 112'R'c'mi-.ip In S 1 III!!!-Ill' "un Sa Stamp Club Plans Pprty: I ' ' lZ:::eCoaiS' sebum, me Bemis Thzxvtlliilrz I e115 i emo' Gul" ireellriiud F"m' Mock weddm' - CTl:,0P,esi:eg': Avis! To Pick Queal 1 X xc , f , "' ' '19 , 9 . A Sukxsx, For CM-111 , Play T. C1011 db -5 an - f ' Q-aww bw 5,.a-lvl k f - ight G efea " I Qs 569 ,Y . ,GeQ" 1.svV" ig-A 2111, . is Sf . Q10 AS 10' mo! . '58 , 4 e Pe GAS N950 " :L venues 10 p ' A 'In 19 I atom . ' x, .. - silk vfes - ,Q 'EQ b . N ' " Choose A. Delano 7 HG gi AIN?-'-QQ --S. I' S saw f ' , Vice-President of Girls' Q OlGm6 ' '- .dir Conference at Bloom 9 S CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Service Station l52ND AND BROADWAY O MAKE THIS YOUR SERVICE STATION HOMEWOOD COAL, ICE, AND MATERIAL CO. Homewood, Illinois Telephone Homewood 500 iii foal If i I Kimball Pianos and Radios, Sewing Machines Repairs, and Supplies, Corona Typewriters, and Adding Machines, Millinery and Hem- Stitching, Greeting Cards and Gifts for all occasions, Infants wear and Hosiery. HATTIE GEIMAN 147 EAST 154TH STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS Congratulations, Seniors O COMMUNITY PHARMACY HoMEw0oD PHONE 318 and COMMUNITY DRUG STORE HARVEY PHONE 606 G. C. MILHAHN Florist PHONE-DOLTON 938 1892 1938 OUR 46TH YEAR Continuous Business in Harvey FLOUR, FEED, STONEWARE, POULTRY AND PET FEEDS AND SUPPLIES GARDEN AND LAWN SEEDS FERTILIZERS, INSECTICIDES THOMPSON'S FEED STORE 15242-4 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 76 WE DELIVER GREETINGS TO ALL THORNTON GRADUATES For Better Health, Wealth and More Success Eat Our Ice Cream M O R R I S O N ' S 114 East 154th Street Phone 3 300 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1938 THE BUDA COMPANY ANTON STERKER A. W . H E C H T TAILOR SHOP Fine Tailoring FLOSSMOOR Phone Homewood 285-286 15405 CENTER Avl-INUE, HARVEY' I T 1 e ephone Harvey 1372 y LL Mena N fm Donkevsjaus Qk5xYoiZXoo50 A f Invite Laughs -am' e . 0?e0e.-:Xe-1':fx,'fL:'R'ff,wx 5 6,0496 .0 of Miss Reason Prgeclflb Pla F 2' jgxlflltailfl K 0.65996 School Fmiqilissists qilllg' Plus ellen'-'fiqpl B . n ervices or ate ' lg .qeseg Qfxvxx Q0 Q61-orimercial lnstructress ggqxsx va ay Hfqdxhkhhc 96 305 mm f' 1, Q10 , X00 0 od ton NWN bnkaktli O lp J: S ' 195 Girls Honor MORE" 'QQ pd' 6000 I"""'L..1f-swf? "Sm 1' GI. C09 wm.1..c.1.bnm-z f-J ' P-5469 Dwiaewt 359 'Club rl... c 52' Barn-an-f-fC0""""' 1 -xx 14 I VN a anew. .., ff""Q, Sfud N' K 4 Mr. mwden A Gad ef M ew En- Wi - TBwk -1196? ea este, S. J0y S.S.S.C. Starts In Revises 5' mgers' New Meetings -Jgim-g-Exim A. NEHRING 8a SONS HARVEY FEDERAL COMPANY SAVINGS AND LOAN DEALERS AND JOBBERS IN ASSOCIATION WALL PAPER AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING New Low Prices Motor Delivery 180 EAST 154TH STREET HARVEX' TELEPHONE 1024 Founded 1911 H Harvey's Oldest Financial Institution" Assets over 31,700,000 SECURI TY BUILDING TELEPHONE 2200 HARVEY, ILLINOIS 139 E. L. SAUSAMAN Electrical Supplies TREEN HOME AND FACTORY WIRING INSURANCE FOR 191 East 154th Street 2 5 Y E A R S Harvey, Illinois TOOLING LEATHER LINING LEATHER LACING-TOOLS INSTRUCTION BOOKS, ETC Our Catalog Describes Many Articles of Interest to The Leather Trade OSBORN BROS. 223 JACKSON BOULEVARD CHICAGO, ILLINOIS "The Home of Good Fue COLERICK COAL 8a FEED COMPANY Office: 132 East 154th Street Yard: 155th and Halsted Streets Telephones 224 and 194 1 CONGRATULATIONS from DIXIE DAIRY COMPANY 15427 CENTER AVENUE TELEPHONE HARVEY 45 E. A. Coutchie IDEAL MARKET MEATS, GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TEIIEPIIONES 40 AND 41 15308 CENTER AVENUE J. W. OLIVER 8z CO. Harvey's Oldest Drug Store 168 EAST 154TI-I ST. TI-:LEPIIONE HARVEY 1 ir FOUNTAIN LUNCH - ' E ,I I I . -5 . e Z' .Cappy Ricks' 0159115 Tgvgght Ii. 'tl 1 1, iii QXQAQG1 , Ogdxdxtdis .x To Benefit Stage Cuf al I A - A A A A6 042593.-,xc , 053-W -. X N oumal- U, . C2 -' YK .GAAV Zi A ,X lv.l1i,,K,"'.-'flu-:.,,,, R we wt QAgg.Id Li - -1 , ,E-ff: if ,AQ jhonll Conlqzhs 3 ',NcVx::,:iQ"S:ccXrS ski Q, 2 Th 2ei'2A,,w,,fg5g11l - n ' - 1, orHt0n an S .086 ' YO X ob, ' q,,,u::9 4- 2 M Overv . H3 . QQ Z 91' 123, 'oif . G . -. S" . 1 G' -I1 . Wm 9 I aww NWS .oevofxeoc vaxenime' f ms Hold Tea "'e'S'1yHi.5,"'! WTId ' ciof' xc-L56 N wx 'Wat or Teadlers F1 Ve 69 NA. CD0 SQ' ivy Ax 1 L14 Q, i -A - -ff' ' -13 M Sd' B Band plan' Dance f QT UN ' Y I J - 1 X Boys Show Dads' ' Q I En'O abl S ' N :nw J y e tag NN , MQ " , Tffffi FOR YOUR I . . SIHCIHII' MOU!! Oll N E E D S Sinclair Service Goodyear Tires and Batteries CALUMET CARTON CO. ARNOLD 85 HADERER l52ND AND PARK AVENUE 326 East 147th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS PHONE 3480 Harvey, Illinois Specialists in Indexed Lubrication THE NATIONAL BANK of HARVEY "Your Community Bank" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Telephones: Harvey 2010-Homewood 257 If Your Hair isn't Becoming to You B6Sf Wishes You Should be Coming to Us to the Class of 1938 -.EILEENvS- BEAUTY SHOP 158 E. l54TH STREET PHONE 2467 ERA Congratulations AIR cooLED CUSHION SEATS Class Of 1938 ir 15408 Lexington Avenue Harvey, I1liI10iS 0. E. SHEPARD Phone 535 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE t l UI-Iarveyls Coziest Theatx-en 318 EAST l47TH STREET PHONE HARVEY 219 COLD FINISHED BAR STEELS Cold Drawn--Turned and Polished Turned and Ground-Drawn and Ground SHAFTING Founds, Hexagons, Flats, Extra Wide Flats Squares and Special Sections BLISS 8: LAUGHLIN, INC. Established 1891 Western Mill and General Otlices Harvey, Illinois Eastern Mill-Buffalo, N. Y. SALES OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 142 KINNEY -HOOD COMPLIMENTS PRINTING COMPANY OF Factory and FLOSSMOOR PHARMACY Commercial Printing FLOSSMOOR, ILLINOIS PUBLISHERS OF THE POINTER TELEPHONE HOMI-:WOOD 264 301 East 138th Street DOLTON, ILLINOIS S? 7 I A15 " are A ,I I r- ta 0' . 69 'S : mv. 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SEVERSON'S GARAGE For 0vef14 Years Electrical Contractors and Dealers in Frigidaire The Hoover GREASING REPAIRING Easy Washers and Ironers WASHING STORAGE YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED ACCESSORIES JOHNSON ELECTRIC CO. 1850 RIDGE ILOAD HOMEWOOD HOMEWOOD PHONE 781 TELEPHONE HOMEWOOD 266 TREO. UTERMARR, Prop. 17940 Dixie Highway KAMMERT 8: SMITH WHOLESALE CANDY AND FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES 98 East 154th Street William Kammert VIIELEPHONE HAIIVEX' 2155 HAllVE1', ILL. LEYDEN CLEANERS AND SHOE CLINIC "N ext Door To Dale Theatre" Odorless Cleaning 8-Hour Service PHONES! ILIVERDALPI 26-PULLMAN 3050 A.J.oLsoN GENERAL CONTRACTOR REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE Property Management 138 EAST 154T1-1 STREET Telephone Harvey 362 TIMMONS FURNITURE COMPANY 15310-12 CENTER Avi-:NUE Telephone Harvey 36 EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME HOBBY HOUSE BAKERY G9 LUNCHEONETTE Compliments of an lndustry THE MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF WHOSE PRODUCTS MAKES POSSIBLE THE EMPLOYMENT OF NEARLY TWO THOUSAND FATHERS AND NEIGHBORS OF THORNTON STUDENTS What Helps Business Helps You BEST WISHES TO SENIOR CLASS HARVEY THEATRE 15408 Center Street Harvey, Illinois C. S. STOW Hardware Paint Glass 145 East 154th Street Harvey, Ill. Tel. Harvey 183 A L O H A Conservatory of Music Elementary, Professional, and Teachers' Courses Hawaiian Guitar-Piano Accordion- Spanish Guitar, Etc. Harmony-Arranging-Improvising Instruments Furnished PHONE HARVEY 1404 15404 TURLINGTON AVE. HARVEY, ILL. HOLLETT MOTOR SERVICE F. V. HOLLETT, Prop. MOVING AND EXPRESSING Long Distance Hauling - Careful Handling All Loads Insured PHONE HARVEY 99-RES. PHONE 466 15334 PARK AVENUE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK RIVERDALE, ILLINOIS HOME OF SAFE AND CONSERVATIVE BANKING Deposits Insured BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Washington, D. C. 35,000-Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor-85,000 W T' FOR MILES WITH SMILES 1 4 Keep Your Car Serviced at 4 , , . WW? Hansen's SCFVICC Station 7, 7' Telephone 3573 149th and Halsted , il! 145 WE CANNOT HAVE A HEALTHY, HAPPY OR PROSPEROUS COMMUNITY WITHOUT GOOD SCHOOLS AND EARNEST STUDENTS WYMAN-GORDON COMPANY INGALLS-SHEPARD DIVISION Distributor for KOVERFLOR Decorative Enamel H O Y E R Wallpaper and Paint Co. Homzwoon, ILLINOIS ' S L 4" 5 C nnmnf .6555 , mm, s.xf:guk-A,.ax s Oak P go, Bench ark Rel pompetitio . ays Affmcr W' S I1 y Gow 1115 eww tate Con es Ce Co s At Conf - - Mmm W n m W .1 F. A 1m,,3,1.,,.a E:-ce f tn 0 I ffl e I S m D r x S33 To 5,i,i.?gpl-ln! 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The sanitary Q iff? Y, carton is shaped to slip snugly XCE ERERM into any ice tray compartment, X N lc! 'NNI DLCKLGE 153. 1v ,.,,,MV and it will keep perfectly until f gym . ,-:lf . ' . . -,. ,- ,A .'.' r vo' v' r 802165 2lX4?iglfl.g-'ff you are ready to serve. You 0.0.0 4 ' ' .o.o,0.0.: '.1N" "'l'1"lr:""' - ...nu .of ,Q , , , , will V ' - may choose from many tempting X , ,, ,' ., . , S S 'f,",'f,"," flavors. - 'ggfa' , ' . 1 ' . I 'Z'-1'4"-" ,, , , . ",.,., fjglgifv' 'q :' 33' FITS YOUR ICE TRAY, woN'r UNFREEZE- 1 X BUY WHEN CONVENIENT, I' SERVE WHEN YOU PLEASE! I, .9 Congratulations Class of 1938 May your g y b ' even m l ppy d cessful th tl h h h seen y f q t t t J-mea par-19 THE HIGH SCHOOL BOOK STORE MOYER QEBEL' SERVICE STATION BOOT SHOP Dealers in QUALITY SHOES STANDARD PRODUCTS AT MODERATE PHONE HARV'E1' 3527 PRICES PARK, MAIN AND 153 STREET 102 EAST l54TH STRI-:I-:T I I. 'V 7 D Y Llpcn-'Un Receive ,gl LUTER U vw DOOH cd ran Caps. 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