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

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X ,- kw ll x aj ,H 'A Pg!! TEIICHER 0F THE VEIIR 6 . GUY PHILLIPS This, the thirty-first edition of the THORNTONITE, is dedicated to Mr. Guy Phillips, Head of the Mathe- matics Department at Thornton, and a member of the faculty since 1923. Mr. Phillips has inspired many students, through his influence he has become a part of Thornton's tradition and history. He has never taught a mathe- matical principle without applying it, or an ethical one without living it. Page 4 Both students and faculty know him as a gifted teacher and a helpful friend, a gentleman in the highest sense of the term. His exemplary sense of fairness gives the individual every chance to prove the opposite point of view. He is of irreproachable character, honest and frank, he is smilingly willing to help, he works hard, thinks clearlyg he sets a high standard of work- manship as a classroom technician, and he has a real sense of humor. In 1919 Mr, Phillips received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Dakota, special- izing in mathematics, and in 1922 he received his Master of Arts degree from the University of Chicago. From 1920 to 1921 he was superintendent of schools in Mcfflusky, North Dakota, and in 1933 and 1935 he taught at the Central High School in Evansville, Indiana. In 1956 Mr. Phillips was married to Miss Anna Gurston, Secretary to Dr. Williiixn 12. McVey, Super- intendent ot Thornton Township High School. As extracurricular projects, Mr. Phillips has heen a member of the school committee on hoys' activities and chairman of the faculty representative committee. A. H. lblCDllllfL.lll Page 6 BUIIRD 0F EDUCHTIUII G. H. Gibson Thinking about their future, students are looking forward to maintaining universal peace and democracy through education. Without the excellent advice and leadership given by the capable and understanding men of the Board of Education, X Thornton Township High School would not have the excellent rating it holds today. The members of the Board are elected by ballot by voters of the township, the secretary and attorney are elected by the group, and the treasurer is elected by the three trustees of Thornton Township for V a term of three years. The Board meets the third Friday of each - month to discuss the numerous problems of the school. Wfalter Haines 7 l'rank P. f.UXVl Some of the important duties of the Board of Education are to employ faculty members and determine their salaries, and to determine policies, budgets, and expenditures of the school. These men voluntarily give their time to make Thornton what it is known to be today. lidward R. XY'.iteiin.in SUPERIIITEIIDEIIT XX'1ll1.1i11 lu. MeVe1', lib., A,lNl., Pl1.D, Ohio I nixeisity, l niyersity ot C.l11e,1go. Siiperintendent nt' ilAllUI'I1IUIl 'llvwmliip High Sthool .ind -lunioi' College. Dr. XY'illi.1i11 lfstus MeVey, lwesides .ihly stipervising 'l'hornton, l1.lS eontributed gre-.itly to progress ir1 .illied CLlllL'.lll0llLll fields. Sinee l1e be-e11111e Thornton's super- intendent in 1919, he has been president of the North fie'I'1lI'.ll ASSOL'l.lll0l1 ot' SCL'Of1Ll.lfy Sehools, .ind w.1s .iwiirded .1 ciL'fllllL'.llL' ot' Merit from his .1lm.1 1n.1ter, Ohio University, ir1 recognition ol' distinguished .1tt.1inments in the field of L'klllL.ltl0Il.ll .lLlIUlI1lSlf.lll0I1. Dr, McVey has inspired m.1ny students with his enlm l'.1ith and inherent helief in tl1e egiimihility of high sehool students to he good eitizens. His toler- ance, symp.1tl1y, conseientiousness, .ind fidelity nuke him Ll m.1n we .ire proud to know .is friend and tenelier. Page 7 O. Fred Umbaugh, A.B., A.M. Wittenberg College, University of Chicago. Head of Iinglish Department. Dean of Boys. Page Il GUIIRDIIIII IIIIGELS Helping to guide the students along the road of education are the Dean of Boys and the Dean of Girls. The door of the office of the Dean of Boys, Mr. O. F. Umbaugh, stands open to welcome those boys who seek the help and counsel they know the dean will offer them. Across the corridor the girls acquire the aid and personal guidance suggested by the Dean of Girls, Miss Helene Wilson. Besides being personal advisers, the deans also serve as sponsors of the Girls and Boys Clubs. Thornton would not be complete without the friendly advice and encouragement offered to the students by these faculty members. Helene E. Wilson BA MA University of Wisconsin Northwestern University Oxford University Dem of Girls john D. Mees, B.Ed., MS. Southern Illinois State Teachers College, Uni- versity of Illinois, University of Mis- souri, University of Chicago. Biology. Principal of Class of 1946. joseph B. Stephens, B.S., A.M. Uni- versity of Chicago, University of Indiana. Mathematics. Principal of Class of 1947. Four faculty members are the class principals. By a rotating system, each class is under the supervision of Mr. D. Mees, Mr. B. Stephens, or Mr. J. F. Zimmerman from its sophomore year until the termination of its senior year at Thornton. Dr. C. R. Maddox helps the freshmen adjust themselves to an important step in their educational career and acquaints them with the activities and customs of Thornton. The inspiration and affection shown by these faculty members toward the student represent some of the best memories the graduate has of Thornton. and Clifford R. Maddox, B.S., MA., Ph.D. Georgetown College, Peabody Teachers College, University of Chi- cago. Supervisor of Instruction. Ori- entation and Civics, Principal of Class of 1949. J. F. Zimmerman, Ph.B., A.M. Uni- versity of Chicago. Head of Social Science Department except History. Principal of Class of 1948. Page 9 FHCUHV HAROLD EUGENE ADAMS, B.Ed., M.A. Southern Illinois State Normal University, University of Illinois. Mathematics. BERT B. ANDERSON University of Illinois, Northern Illinois Teachers College, Colorado State Teachers College. Industrial Arts. MII.DRED E. ANDERSON, A.B., M.A. Tufts College, Northwestern University. Head of Foreign Language Department. WALTER ARMBRUSTER, B.M., M.M., A.M. Heidelberg College, American Conservatory of Music, Columbia University. Choral Music. VERA MARIE BARNINGS, B.S., M.A. University of Chicago, Northwestern University. Mathematics. Page I 0 HERBERT E. BEAN, B.E., M.A. Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Northwestern University. English and Debate. PAUL BECK, B.S. Indiana University, Purdue University. Physical Education. United States Navy, Lieutenant, junior Grade. MARoUERiTE BEGNOCHE, B.S., M.S. in Ed. Thornton Junior College, University of Illinois, Indiana University. Girls Physical Education. C. L. BEIER, B.E., M.S. Illinois State Normal University, University of Colorado, University of Iowa. Head of Physics Department. RUTH BETTELSPACHER, B.A., M.A. University of Iowa, University of Chicago, University of Minnesota, University of Colorado, University of California. English. LEONE H. BENsoN, A.B. Drake University, University of Chicago, Harvard Summer School. English. FIICULTV R. S. BERG, B.Ed., M.S. in Ed. Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Indiana University. Industrial Arts. HERBERT BRICKER, B.Ed., M.A. Southern Illinois State Normal University, University of Illinois. Physics. FREDERIC j. BRIGHT, A,B., A.M. University of Chicago. English. United States Army, First Lieutenant. LAWRENCE BILITTON, B.S. in M.E. Purdue University, University of Illinois, Indiana University. Head of Industrial Arts Department. ARTHUR C. BROOKLEY, B.S., M.S. Ohio State University, University of Chicago, University of Wyrwming, University of Illinois, Indiana University. Head of Biology Department. RUTH BROWN, B.S., M.S. Indiana State Teachers College, University of Illinois. Business. FRED j. BURDINE, B.S,, M.S. Crane junior College, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Indiana University. Biology. MARTIIA G. CARR, A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Battle Creek School of Physical Education, Butler College, Indiana University, Columhia University. Head of Health and Girls Physical Education Department. ADELAIDE CHILDS, B.A., M.A. Northwestern University. English. MARX' L. COEFLANIJ, B.Ed. Illinois State Normal University. Girls Physical Education. EMILY ANN COFFMAN, B.Ed., M.A. Illinois State Normal University, University of Illinois. English. Page I I Page I 2 FFICULTV MARY Comscvs, A.B., M.A. College of St. Francis, Illinois State Normal University, University of Illinois. History. Li1.r.1AN M. CONLEY, B.S., A.M. Missouri State Teachers College, University of California, University of Southern California, Northwestern University. English. Hostess, Army Air Base. VERA A. Cairns, A.B., A.M. Wilmingtimn College, University of Chicago, University of Cincinnati. English. jassuz F. DANCEY, B.A., M.A. University of Illinois, University of Wiscrmnsin. Social Science. RICHARD G. DECKER, B.S., M.A. Colgate University, New York University, Columbia University. English. Lma DULCQAR, B.Ed., A.M. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, University of Illinois, University of Chicago. Mathematics. AMBER ELLIS, R.N., M.A. West Suburban Hospital School of Nursing in Oak Park, Columbia University Teachers College. Nurse. Er.lzABETu M. Form, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College. Homemaking. XWILLIAM C. Fowuaa, M.E. Calvin Technical School of Winnipeg, Canada, University of Chicago, Hays Institute, Central College. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. Industrial Arts. W1I.1.IAM P. Faoom, B.S., M.S. North Central College, Northwestern University. On military leave. FRANK E. FROSCHAUER, B.S., M.A. University of Illinois, Northwestern University. Physical Education. . 79' lag IYIARGUERITE E. FRUIN, B.Ed., A.M. University of Hawaii, St. Viator College, University of Iowa, Illinois State Normal University, De Paul University, Gallagher School of Business. Orientation and Civics. VHLMA Gufv, B.S., M.S. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, University of Illinois. Mathematics. RUTH j. Grass, B.S. in L.S. Arkansas State Teachers College, University of Illinois. Librarian. RAYMOND Gouwi2Ns, A.B., I.l..B., A.M. Hope College, University of Chicago. Mathematics and Science. MARTHALOU GRAY, BS., MS. Indiana University. Physical Education. ELIZABETH ANN Gnrrea, B.M. Illinois Wfesleyan University, University of Chicago. Business. M. M. ciUNKI.E, B.A. l'niversity of Kentucky, Illinois State Normal University, University of Chicago. Chemistry. Viorm' I"IAI.Ii, B.F.A. University of South Dakota, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Art. JENNIFER E. HANCE, B.A., MA., LLB., JD. University of Iowa, University of Colorado, Columbia University. I.aw and Government. HENRY R. Harms, A.M. University of Illinois, North Central University. Science. Lois HENDERSON, B.A., M.A. Monmouth College, University of Iowa, University of Wisctwnsiii, University of California. English. Page I3 FHCUUV MARIE HENNIGAN, A.B., M.S. University of Montana, University of California, University of Michigan, Indiana University. Business. HARRIET B. HIGH, Ph.B. University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago. Spanish. Part-time teacher. LYLI2 A. HOPKINS, B.M. ' Central YMCA College, Sherwood Music School, American Conservatory, Vander Cook Band School. Band and Orchestra. T, B. I'IUDDI.ESTUN, B,S. E University of Illinois, Physical Education. PAREPA INGRAIIAM, A.B., A.M. University of Michigan. English Page I 4 ETIIYI. MARIE joIINsoN, B.S. St. Viator College, Illinois State Normal University, University of Illinois, Northwestern University. Orientation and Civics. Roni JONES, B.A., M.A. Cornell College, Columbia University, University of Iowa. Business. Evmromia KEATINCE, BS., A.M. University of Illinois, Northwestern University. English. ARNOLD F. KOESTFR, A.B., A.M. University of Iowa, University of South Dakota. German. O. I.. KRUGHOFF, B.S. Bradley Polytechnic University, Northwestern University. Physical Education. CECILIA J. LAUBY, A.B., M.S. Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Indiana State Teachers College, Indiana University Biology. EvA I.. LIEIIER, Ph.B. FIICULTV DePauw University, Ball State Teachers College. University of Chicago. Head of Business Department. P. W. LIEIIR, B.S., M.S. Bradley Polytechnic Institute, University of Illinois, Indiana University. Industrial Arts. R. F. LILLEY Beloit College, University of Wlisconsin, Universtiy of Illinois, Wasliingttmn University, University of Colorado. Industrial Arts. JACK LIPE, B.S. University of Illinois, University of Indiana. Head of Boys Physical Education Department. S. M. I.0W'DI'3N, A.B. Indiana University, University of Chicago. English. X., EI.vA MARTIN, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois, Illinois Commercial College. Business. INIADELYN BIEADE, A.B., B.D.A., M.A. Northwestern University, Drake University, Art Institute. English. Part-time Teacher. CARL S. MENDENIIALL, A.B., M.S. Indiana Central College, University of Wisctmnsin, University of Illinois, Indiana University. Physical Education. MARGARET MILES, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois, H. j. MII.LER, B.S., M.S, University of Illinois, IDENTA MOLER, B.Ed., M.A Eastern Illinois State School of Dietetics, General Hospital of Philadelphia. Home Economics. University of Indiana. Industrial Arts. Lfeachers College, Colorado State Teachers College of Education. English. Page I 5 Page I 6 FIICULTV MARIAN A. MOORE, A.B., M.A. Greenville College, University of Illinois, University of Chicago. Mathematics. MARGARET MORAN, B.A., B.S, in L.S. Northwestern University, University of Illinois. Assistant Librarian. LYDIA MUSSMAN, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois, Presbyterian Hospital of Dietetics, University of Chicago. Homemalcing. GENEv1EvE MussoN, B.A., M.A. University of Iowa, University of Wytwming. Foreign Languages. Lvma NOELE Study Hall Teacher. CE1.EsTE NOEL, B.S., A.M. University of Missouri, Columbia University. Social Science. E. C. OHLFRT, Ph.B. University of Chicago, Northwestern University. English and Dramatics. J. ALDEN PETERSON, A.B., A.M. DePauw University, Indiana University, Northwestern University. Social Science. GUY PHILLIPS, A.B., A.M. University of North Dakota, University of Chicago. Head of Mathematics Department. XVll.MA V. REED, B.S., M.S. A University of Illinois, Columbia University, University of Chicago. Head of Homemaking Department. FRED W. RING, B.S., M.S. University of Chattanooga, University of Illinois. Head of Chemistry Department. FIlCUlTll JOSEPH E. RIPPERGER, B.S., M.A. De Paul University, University of Chicago, University of Minnesota, Loyola University, Chemistry. HARLION D. ROBERTS, B.S., MS, University of Illinois, University of Southern California. Industrial Arts. ALICE ELINOR SAVAGE, A.B., A.M. University of Illinois, University of Wiscinnsin. Biology. LEONARD L. SCHILB, B.S., A.B., A.M. Central Missouri Teachers College, University of Chicago. General Science Department, MAE M. SEXAUER, A.B. V I I U I University of Illinois, Northwestern University, Columbia University, University of California. English and Speech. ESTHER E. SYI-LE, A.B., A,M. University of Michigan. Iklathematics. Part-time Teacher. JANE MARIE SMITH, B.A., M.A. University of Illinois, University of Chicago. English. Enrm SOWERS, B.S. Ball State Teachers College, University of Chicago. Business. ALTA STAUFFER, B.E., M.A. Central State Teachers College of Wisctvnsin, University of Wisconsin. English and journalism. CI.ARENCE STEGMEIR, Ph.B., A.M. Northern Illinois State Teachers College, University of Chicago. Head of History Department. ANN SUIVDSTROM, B.S. E Ntltnfhern Michigan College of Education, University of Iowa, University of Wisconsin. Businuss. ' Page I 7 FIIGULTV Roaaar C. Suroa, B.E. Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Northwestern University, University of Illinois. Industrial Arts. DOROTI-IEA THIEI., B. of A.E., A.M. School of Art Institute of Chicago, University of Chicago, Columbia University, University of Illinois. Head of Art Department. MARY IDRUDFNCE THOMPSON, B.P.S.M., M.S. N Southern College, Indiana University. Choral Music. - I JOHN li. Tn.ToN, B.S., A.M. 1 University of Illinois, Wilsimn junior College, University of Chicago. Chemistry and X Mathematics. 1 G. R. VALBERT, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois. Science. D, P. VAN IZTTEN Purdue University, Colorado State College. Industrial Arts. Page I ll FLORENCE WATERMAN, B.S. Baldwin Wallace College, Lewis Institute, Columbia University. Cafeteria Manager. MARIE D.WE1s, Ph.B., A.M., j.D. University of Chicago, Indiana University, john Marshall Law School. Social Science. Liu' L. WILLIAMSON, A.B., A.M. Coker College, University of South Carolina, Columbia University, Washington University, Magill University, University of Wisconsin, Colorado University. Foreign Languages. A. A. WINTERBAUER Illinois State Normal University, Bradley Polytechnic, University of Illinois. Industrial Arts VELMA WRAY, A.B. Illinois College, Whitewater State Teachers College. Business. LEO J. YEDOR, A.B., A.M. University of Chicago, Social Science. On military leave. lllHITE CDLLIIRS Located in the southwest part of the building is the general othce, an important and busy part of Thornton Township High School. The public address system in the oflice conveys messages and makes possible the announce- ments heard every morning during homeroom. The daily tasks performed by the competent oFtice stall' are many. Files are kept retaining records of scholarship, citizen- ship, attendance, and personality ratings for each pupil. Telephone calls, distributing the mail, mimeographing, and school correspondence are a few more of the jobs handled by the otlice staff. Secretary to Dr. William E. McVey is Miss Constance Lovejoy. Miss jane L. Ridder is registrar. Completing the otlice staff are Miss Edith Kordewich, Miss Betty Meeboer, Miss Enid Boothe, and Miss Edith Mitchell. Mr. W. C. Fowler and Mr. V. L. Parish are, respectively, superintendent and assistant of the building and grounds. This able force constitutes a vital part in keeping the school running smoothly. D ' i f-ti it W K D Ccjhigyvo' 1? S EAO Q S11-' L if X. , IT: ' tv V, ,. 41 z4'i7filN Ll X rin? 1' H en"-' Q ES Page 20 5 Q, L if HUTUIIIII The leaf is falling- Down from the maple and the oak Floating in russet cloakg On the passive ground it lies- Leaf, that falls when summer dies. U.: 6 -00 'IJL' bl fi., 1? Xfgixr X Sw ff.- ,.. .-'x Q, 17 0 5 X,,-G 5351 -2 D X, Z X' f' iff iff iff- 57:1 'Wx af , av! T25 Y iq ff +13 xj . ,,A,.A ---:1.,,,, . R w Kf- . - - - Ni? 0 .llphn g REIIDIII' HIID IURITIII' The largest department in Thornton is the English department, which is made up of seventeen teachers. During his freshman year the student concentrates on reading books from the rental library, which contains about 21,000 volumes valued at 321000. Besides the English rental library the student may choose books from the main library which contains more than 10,000 volumes. Refer- ence work is also done here, ., E ,. 5: r ' - Cl nl' fs ' B334 wx .,, XX ti' A- fi .- t X i lx As a sophomore the student studies composition and grammar, where he learns the fundamentals of writing and the construction of the linglish language. In his junior year, the student studies speech, composition, and literature. If the student has an "A" or "B" average during his first three years, he may select debate, journalism, dramatics, or speech for his fourth year's work. If his average is below "B", he is required to take the fourth year course which offers English literature and further work in composition. Page 23 GRIIIIIIIIIIIG CHROIIOLUGIES If a student majors in history, as many students do, he will study civics and probably liuropean history, covering the period of history from the time of the cave man to Louis XIV, and then he may study modern history. The latter becomes "modern" only in the last chapter. It goes back to the time of the Crusades and brings one up to date. Then there is the "must", American history, required of every student for graduation. The social science curriculum gives a view of government and the history behind government so that Thornton graduates may be the better citizens of tomorrow. l "' lylml STN 'vu .Qt all 'gl 5 A10 rvi' " THE IUIW T0 ll llIFlIl'S HEIIRT lfverything from measuring ingredients for a cake to clearing the talule properly is taught in the foods classes of the Homemaking Department. Clad in white aprons and hair nets, the girls learn hy experience how to prepare food. The girls in the advanced cooking classes plan, prepare, and are hostesses for dinners during the year, to which guests are invited. The other half of the Homemaking Department is the clothing classes. Both beginning and advanced classes reconvert old or out-of-style dresses and suits into attractive garments. liach year the girls in the clothing classes have the opportunity to model the garments they have made at the Mother-Daughter Tea and Style Show. Pays' 25 .0 6 fl, 31 I , IN DIIIUSHURS T0 HTUIIIS At Thornton the tirst years study in the science division is general science, a required subject. This gives the student a smattering of the more specialized science courses, such as biology, chemistry, and physics. The science of biology, a study of living things, teaches the classifica- tions, anatomies, and functions of the living things of the world, and helps the student to understand more about his natural surroundings. The chemistry section enables students to understand the where, why, .ind what of the colorful study of chemistry. It is the study of elements ll Q25 dai L i is 4 5 5? 3 X X f- if "s1sf f Q QNX ii and eompounds. physical .ind t'hemie.1l, .and their rel.ition to one another. " e physies section teaches the laws ot' energy .ind enables the student N, It is the analysis and synthesis of nmttcr. Ih to understand more of the progress seienee makes .ls it is represented to the public. It teaches the laws .tnd properties ot' matter, .md diseusses the causes and efieets of ordinary occurrences. The course in pretiight deals with the seiente ot .lt.'f0lLlllliLiS up to the If time ot' .letunl Hight. ,ET 4 1 Al if M 4 H Page 27 IIUTS, BOLTS, AND BUGS J, ,I . S I 4. N 5- X1 it +-".. I ffjjffg ' Ditl you lltxlf thc noist' wht-n passing rooms Ill gmtl Ill? No, it W.lSIlll ,gr fl 1. tht' lllltld or thc Atmt- Stttl Cfoinpmyg it was tht' boys in mnthinc shops, gal' , , . . . i lht- liitlustrml Arts lDL'P.lI'lINL'Ill is ont' ol thtr lnrgcr tltpiirtmtnts tit Thornton. ' Suhjt-tts tauglit intlutlt' auto mctlmnits, hluc printing, t-lcttritity, metal U . work, wootlworlxing, Illdtlllflt' shop, .mtl ll1Ctil1LlI1lL'.ll tlrawing. Shop imtlit-m.1tits, tmtlt' t'ht'mistr ', .mtl tmtlt- wli 'sits nrt- also tau vht. ' 1 '2 l 3 3- overs' r ti ll thost lot in rt lst swottttl oxtrllls with str xtrs t ts tl unto mtthm s t ss y Yo tm txwttt l tu l U t rn W it sttrtts ol inttrnil tomhustion C,I'l3,IlIlLS trmsmissi i mt i xx it woti tht stu ltnts mtl ttithtrs irt htnti X 7 I 1 ' . .i ' 3 'S KH 'L .N ' ' 'AL ,i i .N i ' i tlri ' ' J .ml wrcntli in their h.1ntls to hc in it- 1 -' . it? 'la.'.', -f' f l-.1 ir b tl A 5 -L A ' - . J' A ' . 5 1, 4 l LT stt't-ring gt-nr. 'llt.'.lLllt'fS imtl stutltnts take in cars to ht- rt-p.1irctl, iintl in th's l l - J t I 3 4 1. A 5 1 I A -t'rt-tl. .3-.S-wi'-ff? QZEQ7 ' 3:1 l X . .YL -... W -.1 Ls , S If you see fellows bending over drawing boards and queer figures, it is most likely the mechanical drawing class. The students in electricit learn about circuits, motors, and other Y electric works. Those learning machine shop work spend four consecutive periods a day at work. The object of this class is to learn to operate such machines as grinders, milling machines, lathes, and drill presses. Wfoodworkin wre wares students for 'obs as furniture makers, and other 8 l l 1 iobs, recuirin Y the use of wood, which ula such an im vortant wart in l l E l Y l l industr toda. Y Y Freshmen take a course in metal work which teaches them to do such jobs as installing rain gutters and removing dents from cars. X P 0- QWSQ Vs..-.,j',zf' iiifl ,,.vff' 1,51 827.231 5 Ilifffh Q, i ummp-1, ' Mm I IN 'NIS Page SUIIIEBUDWS STEIIOGS lt's a busy plate all right, the Business Department. The expert instruc- tion and high standards required will insure the success of a student in the business world. This department turns out speedy stenographers and accurate typists as well as operators of business machines, including the adding machine. ealrulating machine, eomptolneter. and dictaphone. The business course also includes related subjects, such as commercial geography, commercial law, economies, and salesinanship. The standards for a career-minded individual are high for the post-war ' times so that the instruction a student gains from this course is valuable. 4 lfur those who want additional training in the field of business this de- p.u'tinent conducts business classes in summer school and in evening school, 4 -2: i fur' WJ .711 , Q. -mu 4 ' Y li : 1 EUCLID FULLOUIERS Formulas, equations, and numerous geometric ligures recall math classes, The history of mathematics clates back to about 17,000 B. C. The Arabs, the Greeks, and the Romans had important parts to play in the tlevelop- ment of our quantitative thinking. The recent war has shown the importance of mathematics in the various branches of the Army and Navy. An understanding of mathematics has 'yixtx V, X,n,,-5.5 been a foremost requirement. 3 , There are courses in mathematics for all at Thornton. For freshmen or gl Z V", f sophomores there is algebrag for juniors plane geometry is offereclg antl for ' , Q ,Jr seniors, especially those who wish to use mathematics in their professions 4' LV7 and careers, there are atlvancecl algebra, solid geometry, and trigonometry. fifllll' gil il' !,: Page ill SHIIRP, HUT FLIIT livery student at Thornton has been affected by the Music Department. About tive hundred students belong to its organizations. There are more than two hundred girls taking part. Because of the large number ot' girls who wished to join the Choir, a second group was tormed two years ago, which is called the Girls Glee Club. The girls participate every year in both the Christmas Concert and the Spring lfestival. During the sixth period the Boys Glee Club practices. lfrom the sound ol' these masculine voices this must be the best part of the day for them. Besides singing in the Christmas Concert and the Spring Festival, the boys give assemblies and take part in other musical activities during the year. qv 'J I After training in one of these groups, those who have fulfilled the clualitications go on to a more aclvancetl group, calletl the A Cappella Choir. This year the choir protlucecl the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, "Pirates of Penzance," as well as singing in the usual productions antl assemblies. XVhat's this? The liancls playing one ol' those peppy marches for which they are so well knownl lior the tirst time in the history of the Hantl all freshman memlrers were required to he in an instrumental class. These classes are to teach 'the fundamentals of music and to give .1 stutlent more contitlence when playing with a large group. Besitles playing at the athletic games, the Bancl gives its annual concert in the spring. This year the Band and the Orchestra have enteretl more contests than in previous years. lt is a tradition for the Orchestra to play at the schools tlramatic protluctions. rg--8 x 6,1 2' 1 ill if ms 3 L if 2-" - L gb A N? -ti-v Page 33 TEIIIPERFI-IIIEIITHL IIRTISTS "Wl141t an attractive poster! Wlio made it?" As freshmen Thornton students are required to take a course in art which acquaints them with some of the famous artists and with the fundamentals applied to art. As sophomores they are given a chance to do more advanced work. The juniors and seniors are offered three types of art work, commercial, advanced, and crafts. In commercial art classes one learns various advertising methods, how to letter well, and the elements of design. The work of their class is displayed for many of the school events. The advanced art classes deal with figure drawing, portraiture, cari- cature, mural design, and printing techniques. Craft classes stress the theories of design and how to apply them to clay, textiles, plastics, wood, leather, and other materials. tum anime or Bnaei 4711 I .4" f ix '-A D 'n i ' A A .qi 1-,tr Yzflfyal l lfiuyf r ljtff. 'Q x Qi. ' ,ff 'Qi It S "Quien sahe?" Perhaps you take Spanish. "Spreehen Sie Deutstl1?": mayhe German is your meat, "Tres hien, mereinz your lfrenth comes in handy. And just to round out the Conversation a hit of Latin, "Quid est Almost a quarter of the students at Thornton study a foreign language. and this conversation is a sample of the "international colony." Through the relationship with foreign eountries whieh more and more people are experiencing every day, people are coming in Contact with the prohlems, habits, and customs of other nationalities. Through learning the prohlems of others, people find their way into their hearts. The Language Department is meeting the prolwlem of introducing foreign languages into the daily lives of Thornton students. The world at large is realizing that to understand people we must first understand their language. Rshliiv Q! 'G .1 ,I ""' 'Hug -.ff Q5- + aw TS? A' if e 4, l" tl 52 Pagn 35 A nmnzons After passing a physical examination required of all girls entering physical classes at Thornton, a girl has her choice of many activities. Team sports, swimming, individual sports, work in rhythms, and modified activities are offered. If a girl wants to learn how to play such games as soccer, basketball, volley ball, baseball, she takes Sports I, where she is taught the fundamentals of the game, the rules, techniques, and other things necessary to play a game properly and with ease. Sports ll is offered to girls wishing to learn to excel in the various sports mentioned above. Sports III teaches a girl how to play individual games, such as table tennis, deck tennis, badminton, archery, and others. Swimming teaches the student the crawl stroke, the side stroke, and the breast stroke in the beginning classes. The advanced students are taught racing turns, diving, how to build up speed and endurance. Classes in rhythm learn to do exercises and simple dances to music and then are taught how to put these steps and movements into a pattern to form dances of their own making. Modified classes are held for girls physically unfit to play the strenuous games. ra .,,.-v ,tg t-QR fl -unwi- ilvvuruv-vw-M.,,.,, 'H' +1 an sf? 'WWifi8r1'11:i-'rf-:r+ ff?-if Q Y IIIUSCLEIIIEII livery student, barring the hhndest freshie, has observed the male Thorntonite dragging his body back from gymnasium at some time or other. Why does he act like this? Well' . All boys not participating in a varsity sport are required by law to take physical education. Classes meet two periods a week for freshman, sophomore, and junior boys, and seniors meet tive periods a week. Primary, advanced and commando swimming are taught also. Primary classes are taught how to swim, advanced classes are taught new strokes, and commando classes are taught life saving. The physical education classes emphasize body-building exercises and have time for basketball, dodge ball, and other games. lncidentally, these basketball games make commando fighting seem a sissy activity. In spring the boys go outside and run a horrifying obstacle course -f-Y really they do - in less than three minutes. The seniors go through not only the obstacle course but Zi push-ups, I0 chin-ups, and 35 legvlifters. But one never hears a complaint, for aren't those beautiful muscles the result? 'dw'-Q 2.f"g,,,, -Q.-svn-',l:...,c..L..:sH . ' A Y-h - . H i. A-1-Q-"4ff':'5a'T'-ive' ' ,.... M... ' Y- .. wb. M, .. i. A, .,.- , ' ras. f 3 1 ' r.'ge,,J , 1 -D - ' i.i'f'fz.. .ie . .Q K - vf' WZ- jkkgyfipud IMA, Page II7 CLIISS 0F 1949 For approximately six weeks at the beginning of each school year, the upperclassmen have innocent fun directing poor freshmen to the nearest elevator or to study hall 113 on the second floor. One had to be very careful when strolling down the hall for fear of being run down by a "junior commando." By the first of the year improvements were noted by everyone. The frosh no longer were late for classes, nor did they rush into the wrong room. This was largely due to the guidance of Dr. C. R. Maddox, Freshman Class Principal, who starts all freshmen on their road through Thornton. Wlmen they become seniors, they all look back and are thankful for the start given them by Dr. Maddox. In order that the freshmen may become better acquainted before the election of class oflicers, it is not held until the second semester. Also, all grades must be compiled in the office in order to determine eligibility to hold office. Thus the election is too late for the pictures of the officers to be included in this book. DR C R MADDOX, I:l'c'.lf7Nlu'll C!rz.r.rP1711a'ip11f. ff fi. , 'E VP JVM A il! i 1 f" , :P Q MISS BEITIELSPACHFR PERIOD IV ROW 1: Norman Beasley, Duane Page, Gwendolyn Iirb, Paul Trotta, jim O'Connell, Chris Lee Konow, Richard Scott, Wfilliam Brown. ROW 2: Joyce Van Drunen, Caroline Schilb, Barbara Rudd, Doris Hall, Melvin Peebles, Barbara Walbnga, Francis Grzadzinski, James Fenwick, Garth Webster, .lohnnie Denson, Ray- mond Kickert. ROW 5: Georgia Iiwing, Roberta Malito, Bob Spitzka, Tom Mullender, Rita Spoerer, Betty Opitz, Louise Cole, Harry Bostrom, Nwallace WQIYDCF, Patricia jersey. Row Al: Leon Potrafke. Clarence Weltei', Ronald Kickert, -Ioan Gnaster, Annie Kelly, Connie Pierce. Lewis Albright, Robert Flickinger, Bob Miley. MISS BIiI'I'IfI.SI'ACHIiR PERIOD VII RoW l: Helen McNally, Marion Iiliza- beth Driirght, Irene Boyens, Adele Haines, Iidward Aldridge, Verne Ca- proni, Richard Dean, Willirirn Bunch, Larry Brown. ROW 2: Creighton Helms. Bill Fgleston, Francis Kamykowski, Tom Cunning- ham, Glenn Carlson, Iidward Thrush, Neil Kretzer, Carl Ryskamp, Gregory Collier. ROW 5: Williiiiii Goetzinger, Vlilliam Ohnemus, Anna Vroom, Reta Joyce I-Ialdorson, Mariorie Kruger, Beverly Ifisele, Iidward Lauderbaclr, Bob Tre- varthen, Vfalter Gustafson, Ifllis Flaws. RoW 4: Robert Rasul, Clayton Cooper, Robert Crimson, Harold Rietveld, Cal- vin Hoekstra, Ray Rohde. MISS BIZITIZLSPACHIER PIERIOD VIII ROW l: Robert Manifold, Robert Gif- ford, Francis Bytnar, Don Dalenberg, jack Black, Ruth Ann Calo, Faye Needles, Anna Iinglish, Arlene Neer- ing, ROW 2: Thomas Fish, Darlene Wlrit- comb, Barbara Rauh, Geneva Millsap, Alice Pfeifer, Lorraine BEF, Lowell Messmaker, Gerald Welcli. ROW 5: Gerald Crawford, Norman Suranne, Richard Livings, Gale Wil- liams, Marshall Zonder, john Hughes, Henry jonkman, Nola Layeoax, Mary Jane Nix. ROW 4: Joann Holeman,XX!inifred Olson, Charles Kolb, Lawrence Kendall, Victor Panozzo, Patsy Vasdick, Rich- ard Cosman, Carl Von Vuren, Rudolph Surufka. K4 R a 'QTY-' ls if J if f' I r ? or . wplf ,S7gJ!72 r-73-ll 17,1 x fry- I flu., X efrff-V E x' V - 2 bil, 1, llfylyyhdx QU 3 2 r V ,i.yT ii Jie . '- ' -1 311, , "ts f Q ' xbxkxex 1 - Cain 'Tn gk 5, K My . . M i M I L n i .sw bl fi QE- Ill? ,W 44. I bi ,lf,,' ,g lf. , ll 9 , .. 53,2- v.' S Pago' 39 I.. if it jg ' 2 , 5 "5-M ' , ,JH 5 '71 f ' MAJ K , I I , ' 11,55-Vi, D 1 ,-7fI?4'f2, M fp iggfv wttzwv Q3 I . I PLLTJ Mimi ',',f2f 0 Ml! J ,N few x,5,gM4!V VII! fr XM ' . .ZF ALE 3113- YJT1!-V A xL ip- S -L it in Wi P ,v 239-'J"'f0f f if 4. A' I ' I f ' - 4 . 1' , fx' f 13 lf' ,ak , eff!-f X ff' f I W .if I I aff' I I -156' I S, NRS. BENSON PERIOD II ROW I: Ruth I7I'Il'ZL'IIlX'I'jl. Carolyn Iflct-cc, lit-ialtI Smith, ,laiiim Mann, Norma I'aiI4t'i', Alma Vantlcr Gicsscn, 1 Hclcn Shuppc, Marianne Ely. ROW 2: Nancy Ann Martin, Donna Lluytl, Bt-tty Ann Ptiptivicli. Duris XX"iiitcrs, Stn-vc Earrcll, -lack I.umI, Charles faiitwvll. Row' 5: Barhara I'iutimxwki, Dolswrcs Ilacuii, 'I'hclma Van DL-r Aa, juan Iklycrs, Riihhit- Vaughn. Betty ,In-an Baker, lla-lvn Danisli, Etlith Du Vrius, Zcniiutli Mac Rtipci. Row Al: Roy jackson, Miltmi Kuppitz, Mary Ann Mack, I,m'r.iim- 'l'yclicwic7, Iairctta Stcaklc, Mary Alia- blnncs, Shirley Sxniiisuii. NRS. BENSON PERIOD III Row I: Richaul I'uturscii, CQ.miIc Gilc, Mary Ami Pamizzu, IJtllOl'L'S Fahric, Cwinnit' En-ri'ull, Mary Vuilvs, Betty .ln Diggcs, lium- Kiwis. Row 2: Tliattlici Davix, Anna Boll Christian. Ralph Swirichart, Richard Mmlsvn, klanics INIui'i'ixtm, Rnlwcrt Iaicas, Eva-lyn Givciic, Ircnc Mazur, Dc-lphinc Kcinigslicrg. Row 5: Hvnry cilII'I'IL'l', Rosemary Sfhmitll, lit-nc Brim-S, I.ylL' Buttun, filiarlw Siiydcig l'iL'III1L'Ill Dc Vrics, ,luhn Stark, Harry Suiiiuga, David I.. Smith. ROW -I. Etlwattl l.ytlL', Mary Iain Ktill- man, Patricia VC'aasu, Anna E. Dicck- mann, Barhara Kamal, Lois Iiisclc, vliinmit' Cfulfc, ,limmy Clarlwn, Richartl Polka. MISS BENSON PERIOD V ROW I: Ricliartl Yost, Sam Pavnick, Alhcrt Ihm-sc, Dun C. Iilt-kft-Id, Rich- ard Pasku, Ruhcrt Rutlcr, xlcssc Ovcr- hvn, Richartl Baer, Mary Ann Town. Row 2: Phil XX'illiams, Dimnaltl I-Iohhs, Ruhr-it If. Gore, Olga Halley, Virginia Gnastcr, Dulnrcs CiLirmli, Kenneth Irwin, Angclu M.ircltvsc'Iii, Row 5: Sally Czupck, Greta Davis, Barbara Miller, Betty W'hitc, Williziiii Denham, Margf,-lla Elassig, I.auranc Tull, Rinliartl Hull. Row Al: Kcnnutli Van Iluutcn, Kenneth Cuuk, Paulinc Cook, Iris Van Zantcn, Elizalvctli Ntira Cash, I,t-im.ii'tI Van Nnnrt. MISS CHILDS PERIOD V ROW I: Claude Boomsma, Richard Rau, Gerald Nelsen, Anthony Beigrowicz, jack Iiuehl, Don Kagy, james Roy, Mary Beaupre, Row 2: Phil Rietveld, Bernice jones. Helena Vifyma, Robert Vfilliamson, Donald Callarman, Thomas Lorence, Marlon Schoot, joseph Broderick, George Wferner. Row 3: Kathryn Smith, Pat Tolcn, Millicent Mentzer, Helen DeRossi, Georgeann jean VUies, Doris Sende, Rose Ring, Louana Lange, Marilyn Va n de ra e. Row -lx Kathryn Oldham, Dorothy WIIIA ter, XX"anda Austin, Nancy Zerse, Antoinette Pivour, Dolores Schuette, Susanne Soenksen. MISS CHILDS PIERIOD VI Row l: Les Teal, Donald Riel, Iildon Hershherger, james Burks, Robert Charles, Don Ahels, Iilizaheth Kneip, Ruth Bakker. Row 2: Adeline XVesner. Irene Ahney, Ifdward Hon, james Zirkle, Howard Lund, jimmy Hon, Henry Chott. Row Yr: Hilda DeVries, Sylvia Wesris lowski, Martha Karmowski, Rohert XX'ri,el1t, Russell Fisher, Cherie lid- wards, Shirley Ruiter, Ruth Currier, Clare Czekalski. Row AI: Rita jurkowski, Teresa Barks- dale, Gloria Cooke, Carol Vogel, Mary Lou Swider, Matt Insalaco, Iidmund Hasier. MISS COFFMAN PERIOD I Row lt Norman Massifk, Lewis Bishop, Wfayne Deinema. Roy Gall, Xvilliam McKinzie, Shirley Devert, Phyllis Stier, Velma Berry, jean Van Drunen. Row 2: Henry Van Milligan, Donald Blakemore, Verlyn jabaay, Lester Pod- gorny. Diane Meeder, Mack Blearins, Bert Leamon, Marion Seimer. Row 5: Romaine Strylowski, Frances Zielinski. Dennis Vifelcli, jack Rigik, Katherine Pavnick, Chester Baran, Rohert Hettenhausen, Charles Simons. Row -I: Mariorie Evers, Charles jac- ohsma, George Nargis, Richard Corey, Richard Lehnen, Betty Bielecki, Lor- etta Myers, Helen Wfolfe, 7'fl'L" fl!! Lf 'M X f L MQ ar? I f x C KJ I ' I .x 'A lif XL I uk D J QP f- 1 A' 1 D X7 M f "fl: ' , I 1 .,i5I7'T6l K f S9 A iq. Z 3 lf 5 - i-L4 'lllf I-31 'AP r ,js S X F' N KX tyyiiep Q5 X 'W X X ,i ,l ID xy, V s PM X J 'JI 'lvll-Nilw . I L- I " N -ti' QJ' R I 7' INIISS COFPINIAN PERIOD 8 Row l: Lyman Forbes, Luida Koustik, Patricia Xwakeham, Marilyn Rasmus, Carol Becker, Barbara Scharnhorst, Donald Carlson, Kenneth Mossell. Row 2: june Burns, lfdith Mueller, Velma swatlt-ner, Wfalter Wrtmbel, Charles Landolt, Carolyn Monsma, Lillian Gottschalk, Geraldine Cogs- well, liugenia Banasiak, Daniel Milano. ROW R: Mary Lou Edwards, Frances Colebourn, Mary Plant, Mary Gor- ence, Marlene Hede, ,loan Gouwens, Robert Stephens, Gerald Devore, Wail- ter Pranke. Row -1: -loe ,larose, Burton Pillnik, Marilyn Beaupre, -lean Bowen, Betty llrosseau, liernard Flatt, Marvin Wtil- tei, Arnold Luntlgern. MISS CRI'I'lfS , PIQRIOD VII Row I: Vlarren Van Alshurg, Robert livers, Charles Stavros, Lester Mann, 'Ilom Malia, john McNabb, llill Dial, Iohn Loryawa, Sam Aiello, Millard Atelevich. Row 3: Arlene Ryd, Loran Dentan, Mary Pochos, Lorraine Koloiay, Rich- ard Poppel, Betty lily, Carol june Crince, Doris Adams, Thomas Piette, Imelda Celehuski. Row 5: Dorothy Hooks, Catherine Nel- son, Corrine De Witt, Nancy Fadke, Doris Agnes DeVos, Bessie Kellogg, Geraldine Orgel, Mary Rose Blatt, -Ioseph Nalewaj, Dionie Matson. Row 4: lirnest Smith, Mike Oleshke, Vernon Clark, ,lamesa Abbott, Richard Kellogg, Donald jackson, Tom Bry- son, Harold Melton. BIISS CRITIES PlfRIOD II Row 1: George Frerichs, Stuart Russell, Susan Ries, Lowell Wfoodstock, George Becker, Beatrice Alorgensen, Margaret Furguson, Dean Nairn, Orville jones. ROW 2: Bill Munro, Rita Anne Stanczik, Margot Goley, Charlotte Zipse, Vir- ginia liurdett, -Iames Anderson, Wil- liam Brandt, David Pierce, Claire lloyd, john Gruszczyk, Leslie Hobb. Row iz Donald Knech, Francis Scully, Nola Dausnian, Betty Ann Perkins, Wfilliam Gunn, Barbara Laue, jo Ann XX'elch, ,lean Seruga, Glenna Kiner, Donald Patter. Row -1: joe Roberts. Iitlward Siemans, Francine ll. XX"eiss, Sally Slack, Shelby Spelman, Dick Bender, ,loan Arlene Wfhetstone, ,lvyce Schiller, Mary Wfoulte, ,lo Anne Given. f!f7 If!! X cw, r P- Wie. We MISS HENDERSON PERIOD I ROW I: Carl Koch, Kenneth Koehn, Richard Krueger, Everett Willman, Robert Van Gopp, Paul Schmehl, Roy Stevens, Arthur Graff, jack McGowan. ROW 2: Henry Mackiewicz, Doris Wal- ter, Shirley Grant, Dorothy Burdett, Ruth Mayerak, Virginia Sipe, Dorothy Eggers, Gloria Swanson, Larry Ful- genzi. ROW 3: I.eola Lentz, Carol Bick, Nanci- lee Heck, Fabina Marie Fabbi, Norman Van Wienen, Benedict Novak, Harold Ravesloot, Willialrii O'Connor. ROW 4: Richard Luehas, Carl Guilotte, Rohert Struven, Gisehert Van Baren, -Iohn Sadzewicz, Mary Kasko, Carolyn Rohertson. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD VI Row li George Egofske, .Ierry Fioretti, Clifton Hardin, Edwin Goniakowski, Darlene Harris, Adele Filliung, Mara- deen Lange. ROW 2: Glenda Moore, Marjorie Roorda, Robert XX'urtlin, I.ois Pattenaude, Ber- nice Rozwalka, Joyce XVhite, David Nichols. Row iz Rosemary Emhser, Helen Pikosz, Shirlee Hurtt, Therese Szuoy, Louise jones, Clarence Zulfer, Charleyn Mocco. RoW -I: -lean Mantz, Norma Lee, Dor- othy I.undell, Alherta Marks, Dorothy Roth, Vivian Jones, Esther Eederowski. INIISS KEATING PERIOD I ROW 1: Rita Henkes, Franny Smith, Rose Novak, june Kehle, Barh.u'.i Kranz, Catherine Heffner, Eleanor Helfner, Betty Dc-Groot, jean Nygren, Juanita Dascenzi. ROW 2: Bernice Wfeglarz, Dolores Dod- son, Althea Glover, Theresa Logan, Gilhert Nagel, Marla Granger, Wil- liam Eadke, Stanley Tentnowski, Frank Tentnowski. ROW 3: Helen jurek, Theresa Kater- zynski, Alexander Mucek, joseph Mack, Rudolph Cunnigan, Roger Strong, Ivan DeGr.1ff, Edward Bernas. ROW 4: Donald Tomlinson, Edwin Laliuda, W'iIlard Nicholson, Clyde Blair, Charles Wagner, Tom Quinn, Richard Eoogde, Clifford Betk. 1 I .SQ fi K IN il gk X '4fL.1 WXVIL elf -4, I y f 1 ' .ofxx ,tf - fy , K by X7 ff- x X QR dl! rj I F HIM ,wtf Xxirgpk Eli YM! xz b? 1 A ll lf ?'1,rx.-Pham t - rf get 3- '.,- ll ' ,f i ' ' f - HJ I -' ' J f -,px A ff -Ii, 'Azkt in 175 - Qgyf , 271, ,, -pm .. W ,I on Wi fm jxgxe , H Ku I .7 fd- I-E if ' I Page 43 fb , 7 J ,, Q, . I I t QSM ' ff' K ,g,f' A ' is a3,I'l'I 92 W' 1 I Q ' rf V- ' I , -5,1 - ,I A f U2 X Y K 5 f' fwfr J K Z, 4 193 " A S-'WSJ 3- Xkwfr ,IN J N 'LIQI' Jrglw! 'ju 7 XM . Jfi ,XXMVTY -5- N , if 1 Q.-, NWYTW i Nw E2 1527 R17 G ,I If SJ, I SL K' Vqrq ii I 'J A fmII II'QN'Q.5L x ., i , X, ,I v 'IRA MISS KIEATING PERIOD VI ROW I: Iiuh Pivppel, I:i'eiI CIUIIIUIIIITC, I Cliarles Cash, 'Ianni Bmw, Willizlrli Swanson, Orvil Schnnrlein, Ger- aIiIine Swanson, 'I'IIL'I'k'SLl Russi, Row 1: Katlieryn Uimdwin, W'iIlie Clirisler, Velma I.athan1, I,emy ScIiwertft-gel, XXIIIIIJII1 Oilenwalil, Harry Lash, Mary I'attersirn, Neola Sthnurlein. Aliee Iirnwe. Row R: Daniel SLI1i'imIIi'. Rnhert Krug, Iawuise Fanning, Steve slamicicli, Roy Smith, Rnhert VUinieIxy, Richard INIangn, Genevieve Kwik, Luis Wise. ROW I: XX'iIIiam I.iiniwniI, Rieliaid Iige- hreclit, CSL-huge I'm'I1m, Ifarle I.amIi'y, IiiIwai1I Qnaile, Rayiniwnil Ifackn, -lunc XX'uimiIsti'iip, ,Iivyce Mialax, Vella Mae Stott, MISS KIiA'l'ING PIERIOD VIII Row I: Iflivrence Salainunc. Mary Un- gari, Otella Duncan, Durntliy Rinhhirls, Iilizaheth Siniit, Miriain Russell, Jean- ette S7LilL'P1Il1IiI4.'WICI, Dulures Bukow- ski, Allie RLitI1ei'fin'iI. Row 2: Iietty Ann RMI:-II, Anna Mac Talan, Shirley WYL'.IYL'I', Kenneth Gerdes, ,Iuhn I,IlII.l, ,lack HeII'nei', Albert Cfni'i'iei', Rivhert Livings. Row' 5: INI.n'feIIa I..itI'erty, Charles Smith, Intel' Huntley, Harnltl Mea- iInws, Ruhert Hess, -lnhn Ratlanuvitli, Ruheitiw IXIHIXIICS, I.i-nvy X5UenIl. Rnw 41 Helen lSl.ii'kf.mI, George Ifnstis, George Rnhle, Iinh Rasninwen, WiI- Iiam Staley, Hnwai'iI Iinime, Rayinnnil Ihums. MR. LOXVDIEN PERIOD I ROW I: Marie Bailey, Iiruce Dahl, Wil- liain Chnrcliill, Iauraine Kantzler. Tlieresa Cisek, .Iuanne SK. Aubin, Marrianne 'I'anis, Yvonne johnson, ,lean Kingston. Row 2: Barbara Grueter, W'iIliain Heit- lnann, Iimily I.m'icerim, Ima Jean Sweeney, jayette Olson, Geraldine W'eIcI1, -lack Iiigiv, Williiiiii Sheffer, Ralph Stroh. Row 5: -Ioan Chuleva, Iiarhara Schisew- ski, Mary Iain Mdlall, james Soren- sen, Turn Rnilin, RnnaIiI Ferguson, joseph Talaga, Ifreil Mmure, George IIUCkL'I'. Row II: jean Cflausiwn, Robert Ululinston, Williiiiii Xvickcrsliain, Dun Phalen, jerry Wiiiitli, Ridmaril Wferner, Ken- neth Augustine, Ruhert Grueneveld. MR. LOWDEN PERIOD III ROW 1: john Moss, Donald Robertson, Charles Stafford, Charlotte Ehlers, Dolores Kerr, Gloria Houston, joan jaeschke, Eileen Greig, Betty Cannon. ROW 2: Lawrence Goodwin, Kenneth Baumgartner, Fred Dright, Robert Bennett, Edward Herrington, Ellarene Abney, Betsy Bollmann. ROW 3: Patricia Rudolph, Lily Lou Norman, Ethel Seldenrust, Barbara janko, Sally Marlowe, Clara Vanes, Stella Maiszak. ROW 4: Wfilliam Harned, Gwendolyn Lenz, Dorothea Willmer, Dorothy Sampolinski, Donald Frederick, Eugene Costello, joseph Skorzcwski. MRS. MEADE PERIOD Il ROW 1: Marilyn Hayden, Audrey Schultz, Esther Robbins, Norman Maas, Mar- garet Iiruyn, Donald Krantz, james Gritlin, Arthur Moorhouse, Shirley Mae Lorenz, ROW 2: Freddy Capriotti, Wfayne Bruin, Mary Davis, james Meegan, james Charleston, Marie Valpendesto, The- resa Hawrysio, jo Ann Forg, Helen Para. ROW 3: Betty Holden, Lorraine Hev- eran, Corey Fosnaugh, Eugene Silfer- stoy, Patricia McDonell, Robert Arklof, Don Suranne, Wfilliam Sand- ers, Merle Stolferahn. Row 4: Edward Gasik, Robert Brandy, Glenn jackson, Rowland Portwood, Harold Gourvent, john Morris, Elon l.ouise Owens. Velma Hastings. MRS. MEADE PERIOD VII Row 1: Arlene Schultz, Carol Portwood, Alwyn Anderson, Dick Fortin, Gayle A. Muff, jerry Eytcheson, David Ham- mer, Gloria Banse, Suzanne Brown. ROW 2: Marion Stolarz, Dolores Diek- man, Thelma jean Smitchger, james Buyer. George Lytle, Frank Kaminski, jerry Gitles. ROW 3: Donald Austgen, Diane Porter, Gwen Mac Kenzie, jerry Cardin, jef- ferson Day, Patricia M. Hawes, Gloria Hay Hurst, Grace Napoli. ROW 4: Roger Hansen, Darwin Ander- son, Shirley Oedzes, james Witmimre, Charles Melkent, Tom Kay, Robert Tuveson, Donald Wfalkenhauer, Rich- ard Scott. - el, , , A X 'B gg A if r is W ' tt ' fir :i"'fi'iwlZ - l'sl'iHQ7 EN Hu ff 9 55 . WTB?- .I fi ,.',fA,n.f,i ifiig-ry? 1-L+: Jr sy- ff ff' ' ' ,gg-I " . -1 ,-' fr- 1, ' f l ' .f 'fff 4 1 'E 1-02.1 f ' - 1 Page 45 ln. ' tw RW? . " Tl ,957 u ' 5 ' xl :Q . fm- 5 . 5 I Y , ff Lf . H-3 , 0 ,sly WJ full, jgjfi In p W Y P 'J Q ' " fzysl XNSWU- -riLlL,e SSRXTWW Il 3 v 'S 5 X faq L?-,l!l1.x5 """'7 ' 3 Nl, x f I' wwf , f W 5 . X L . ..r. r. . , . J . L 31" , t gm! 33'-7 . J R 1 L y , f MR. OHl.l5R'l' PERIOD lll Row I: Mildred Visser, Gloria Ann Burleson, Bob Benton, Walyne Benson, Iilmer Simon, Donald Brozek, linness Arnold, Baklrus Lorn. ROW 2: Donna ,lean Ketellwoeter, Diane Busch, Dorothy Neal, Marilyn livers, lirlene Hansen, Myrna XXfard, Norma Wfoods, Doris Middleton. Row 5: Richard Livengood, Gertrude Bott, Donald Breithorth, Lois Barle- man, 'Iuanita Peterson, Lucinda Brass- tield, Frances Herman. ROW 4: Genevieve Xwolf, Don School, Barhara Pelley, Gloria Flynn, -Ianice Selle, Mary ,lean Diehel, Helen Thul. MISS STAUFFIER PlfRlOD IV ROW 1: Nancy Ledford, XX'illiam We'lcl1, Roger Schreiher, Roger Conant, Rohert Kroefft, Charles Vlfood, Victor Monk, Shirley 0'Neill. Row 2: Williiliri Young, Inez Sanders, Betty Trkulia, Ronald Boudreau, Lynn l., Lewis, Harold Luelleman, Lee Roy Bettenhausen. ROW 5: Betty j. Nichols, Barbara Hon, Dorothy Charleston, Don Wilsisn, Ruth Dettmering, Loretta Piotrowslxi, Antoinette Rinella, Marilyn Bingham, john Miller. Row 4: Grace Eldridge, -Iaequeline Arndt, Mervin Buck, Larry I.arson, .Ioe Ruegger, Arthur lfrochaska, Mitzi Veleta, lilaine Luinstra. Mll. llMBAllGH PliRlOD lll Row I: jean Breyfogle, Margaret Mer- ritt, Ifdith jasinski, Adela Swenson, john Hardwick, Roger Sutton, Robert Scheffers, Wfilliam Frederick, Charles Pipher, Richard Condon. ROW 2: john Hess, Robert Watsimn, Gerald Cashion, lidward Vogt, Carol Vandenherg, Marv Louise Finout, Betty Klein, Theresa Boudreau, lid- ward Dickelman. ROW 5: Wfilliam Cummings, Ted De Young, Ralph Nelson, lidwin Wriglit, Marvin Roday, Myrna Sperry, Judith Maguire, George Gunkle, Georgia Propper, joan Kerr. ROW 4: Lester Sons, Morris Jones, Joan Strawbridge, Carol Burton, Roy Mall- strom, john Alden, George Keranen, Charles Tanner. 5 :fr 1 t- L n Q fl X f ' wj YK ' ' 'au f N Tlkf -git ,fix A ww, 1' Ju' ' 1 an 'NYY' K. Xe f, :Q '.n 1 1 .- 4 x Q ,ii- X 0 . " 4 Q I wif V ' x ,lr ' U ' N lk x in 5. F 'ds E . 1 if :E ' 'x 'H mfx fr' ,v uv, , . xx 4 YN ,"' 4,0 f 4 A., 3 33, ' 4 . WW xi . v Ii 3 ff J v 4, 155 + X . w N 'K 4 . 4 i ll " 1 Q - !. X Q l n 3 xi' I 1 " . Q 5 w 3 P' Q n' U 1 1 F . 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'D , V, f., .. ,vi . - ' A 1 i 4 ? ...M A , gg-gge-35, .-' ' I' A -If, -- ' 2:4 Q7 71 ., . . W . V14 BOVS CLUB The Boys Club is an active organization that labors at a real job, that of improving the character ot' Thornton boys. It sponsors many activities, inelud- ing the annual play eo-sponsored with the Girls Club, the Stag, .1 party given yearly to promote better under- standing between the boys and their dads, and various assemblies for the student body at which appear paid entertainers. diff? 3 ,ts . 131-f 1- t f 1 1 Q5 --at ,"i Z.. BOYS' CQLUB BOARD Miz. O. F. Uisrimimii, 1De.m of lin-yr. The Boys Club is managed by a student Board of Directors consisting of four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and one freshman. These boys are aided in their work by homeroom representatives who transmit to the otiicers the ideas and opinions of their classmates. Row I: -loe 'l'riumph, Robert Shymkus, Campbell McConnell, Bill Purden. Row 1: .left Hunter. Ciluiek Boysen, Roger Conant, joe Youngblood, john l.undmarl4. ,o""f: i I 'sd 9 E 'N Kggk 5 2 . L 1 'z Q9 l I xi. 'Oil tl HALI. GUARD CAPTAINS ROW l: Henry Yonkinrin. Ilill Plu- einski, Stun Serugri, Wliyne Rogers, Iiolw Seiiplmrn. Row 1: Rolwert Antlerson, D.ive Row, ,lim Maguire, Elvin Brown, Chuck Zielwell, HAl.l. GUARDS BEFORE SCQHOOI, George Oltllmin, Rav Nairgis, Glen Yost, D.ivitl K.itrulv.l. HAI.I. GUARDS, PERIOD I ROW IZ Steve Sienko, liolw Young- felt, Iiolw Seuph.un, .Lick MacDon- .iItI. Row 2: Vincent Atliyrgnii, ,Iohn I'r.rsist.l, Philip INIillei'. ROW 3: Vein Hentseh, C.u'men Tri- umph, George Dominer. IIALI, GI'ARDS, PERIOD II Row I: VUilli.un Hills, Ralph lletltke, Elvin Brown, N.u'ion Lister, S.uu 'I'ot'toriCi. Row 1: lohn Noines. Rieh.utl Paen- nett, Ilutl C,hurelull. Ixeith I.yilit. ROW' I: Heiheit Alex.iniler. IIAI.l. GUARDS, PERIOD III Row I: Guv Etlxnirtl XXIUOIIIIS, Ken- neth Heli, AI.unes Grriiziger, Nor- iniin Iloothe. Row 11 Frank I.isek, Ditk Cnltlwell, Alex I'Ir.uulenlwerg, Ernest Psrooks. Row' R: Alv.r .I.1ekxon. IIAI.I. GUARDS. PERIOD V Row l: Arthur Clmnplwell, George Stricker, john ,l.irose. Row 2: St.in Seiuga, XX'.iItei Artyin, Rohert Hrilliml, w1.llfL'I' Garrison, Eorest Evrins. lIAI.I. GUARDS, PERIOD IV Row I: Iiolw Newton, Driniel Simons, Peggy Springer, Arthur Iiernoskgi, Iiolw Sweet. ROW li Itlolw Spilhllef, Itlivlw HUIWSUU, Iloh Eraser, Cflmrles Slmw, Row 4: Don R.rSn1ussen, Nornun Zehner, Robert lflotlgnriin, Thoniris Horton. Row 4: Anthony Eronez.1k. Eretl II.1rtnmnn, Glen I'I.IflILlXK'AlV, Elmer Iluizengri, Vietor Krygowski. Row 5: Chuck Ziehel, Donrrltl Shaw, Rilynionsl Nielson, George Strieker, HAI.I. GUARDS, PERIOD V ROW I: Harlan Broekmiui, Xlilesley Shinken, Ereil W'oieieliowski, Eu- gene Ge.ules. Row lr Spiro Fetis, Erurnk Iirisile, Rohert lunge, ,luck P.irks. ROW 3: Williiirrr Kunz, Ernest I..ing- veriler, Du.ine Ilielefeltlt Row -1: Henry Yonknmn, ,Iohn Ivrir- son, blames Iwiclklnruis, I'IAl.I. GUARDS, PERIOD VI Row l: Ken Erenrouw, Don Vroo4 nun, Campbell McConnell, Howiirtl Penrose. Row' 1: Marvin Miller, Roger Erelvel, Riiy Nichalski, Iloh Anderson. Row R: Rotlnev lilonquist, Don Allison, D.tvitl Geiger. HAI.I. GI'ARDS, PERIOD VII ROW l: Ctrl Contlon, Whilter Koll- iniinn, Ir.: De Young, R.tvn1ontl XIi'eleli. Row 1: Don R.isniussen, Kenneth Moreton, liolw Youngfelt, Vlrunes N.iguire. Row 5: Alohn RILIIIQOXYSIQI. IIAI.I. GUARDS, PERIOD VIII ROW I: Ronald BCI'AQIIIilI'I, Stanley I,.llLlI'ISliI, Frank Fouta. Row 2: Arthur Allwrecht. -Inck Niles, Vifayne Rogers. N-is it , 1 fl 'V in A Lf' V1 v , L14 xj NA l, t i The hall guards, bus guards, campus patrol, and safety squad were organized by the Boys Club. These organizations carry on the work that daily affects the safety and welfare of every boy and girl in the school, under the leadership of the Commander-in-Chief. The Boys Club sponsors the Thornton chapter of 17, I 614, " Q. 'Q 3' X of Q Ap X ,. ,UQ xy, X. my I ...W il 'S L the Hi-Y which endeavors to create, maintain, and extend throughout Thornton and surrounding com- munities high standards of Christian character. A junior branch of the Young Men's Christian Associa- tion, the Hi-Y attempts to teach the boys how to use their leisure time to the best advantage. , f ll 1 fp XM, , gg. N l HI-Y OFFICERS H, 1 J V llhlltk--j r i' i io Albert Arnold, Trea.rurer,' Teunis Paarlberg, Prefi- dvnlg Bernard E. Gentry, Serretary. Thornton Hi-Y is athliated with neighboring Chi- cago clubs as well as with the state and national clubs, and the Thornton branch of Hi-Y sends representa- tives to regional conventions. The boys in Hi-Y have taken over the job of maintaining checkroom services for Purple X open house. Basketball has been the main social activity of this year's meetings. An initiation ceremony is held at the beginning of each school year. CAMPUS PATROL Row 1: Angelo Marcheschi, john Podgorny, Robert jabaay, Kenneth jones Roland Straube, Wayne Smith. ROW 2: Clarence john Bodie, Richard Napier, jack Floerke, Arthur Harms Robert Schackow, John Spers, Bob Kamylcowski. ROW 3: jim Corriston, Ted Evans, Tom Cellini, Robert Richards, james Creach 2 , , w wf Y sp, fl Q 3:7 I n Harold Kellogg, Fred Darrohn. X1 xy -xy GIRLS CLUB The Girls Club was organized in 1916 with aims of cooperation, friendliness, and helpfulness. There are six major officers, all of whom are seniors with the exception of the vice president, who is a junior. The major oflicers and the Dean of Girls direct the activities of the club. In addition there are one hundred minor officers. Power to transact business and determine policies is vested in the Board of Control, consisting of six senior, five junior, four sophomore, and three fresh- man girls. The three minor offices are positions on the Board, Council, and Division Chairmen. The requirements for the person holding such an office are the follow- ing: She must have a grade average of 3.2, as a sophomore must have earned her white "T" pin, and as a junior, must have earned both her white and purple "T" pins. To earn a "T", forty activity points are necessary. The members of the Activity Point Commission sign up points before and after school. Points may be earned by various services and duties. The purpose of the Council, made up of one repre- sentative from each homeroom, is to discuss at their monthly meetings matters pertaining to the welfare of the organization. One division chairman is elected from each home- room. I-Ier chief duty is to report absences and ill- nesses. A secretary of attendance is chosen from each class to send notes and cards to those who are ill. l. .. E irrljli l Mary Guthrie, Preridenl of Ike Girli' Clulzg Miss Helene Wilscwn, Dam of Girli. Special honors are given to girls on Scholarship Day to those who have earned "A's" in four solids and who also have satisfactory citizenship ratings. After a girl has attained seven semesters of "A's", her name is engraved on the scholarship cup. Those girls honored on this year's scholarship day for six semesters of "A's" were june Skye, Annetta Smith, Beatrice Turek, and june Volbrecht. Four semesters: joan Adler, Betty Anderson, jean Lave, Marion Ries, and Mary Zinn. Marilyn Smith was the only one with three semesters. OFFICERS OF THE GIRLS CLUB Mary Guthrie, Preridenlq Esther Pajalc, Speaker of Divirion Chair- mang jackie Elmore, Spmlzer of Council, May Burt, Secretary: Barbara Drew, Trearuren' Car- mella Firetto, Vice Prerident. GIRLS CLUB BOARD ROW 1: Shirley Day, Irene Ram- say, Carmella Firetto, jackie Furth. Row 2: Phyllis Couwenhoven, Lois Barleman, Darlene Whit- comb, Priscilla Alden, Anita Court, Pearl Roesner. Row 3: jackie Elmore, Esther Pajak, Bonnie Abraham, Elva Dalenburg, Mary Lou Porter, Barbara Drew, May Burt, Mary Guthrie. with X L-r"5s milf:-v.f ill- , ' li 'ff,eo,' ' ,Q fe, , R! " :I ' 'Jill lil Y I I ily il ' ., .6141 ,ti i u 4'f'1f1.l'll" i lf, rs' 'L SCHOLARSHIP ROW 1: Esther Pajak, Joanne XVc-sterveld, Marian Parks, Elsie Yadron, Irene Ramsay, Marion Corson. Row 1: Charity Roeper, Beatrice Turek, june Skye, Mary Zinn, Betty Anderson, Nellie Rin- kema, jackie Furth. Row 5: jean Furth, Anita Court, Priscilla Alden, Annetta Smith, june Volbrecht, Martha Oehler, june Koehler, Marian Ries, Elva Dalenberg. SENIOR SERVICE AWARDS Row 1: Carol Vander Kloot, jean Voss, Katherine Kehle, jean McNeil, Lois Nofsger, Mary Wliitfrmrd. ROW' lf Mary Ingwerson, Connie Slack, Ruth johnson, Marilyn Drefhall, Barbara Drefhall, Lor- raine Drolet. Ver jean XX'olf. VIUNIOR SERVICE ANWARDS Row I: Pat Hock, Gloria Gron- wall, Lois Pagoria, Beatrice Turek, Helen Lero, Betty Dav- idson, june Skye, Susan Peasley. Row 2: Barbara Drew, Ethel Mae Sweatt, Harriette jones, Mary Howard, Lillian Brindza, Frances Tawzer. Muriel Wern- eke, Carol Emerson, May Burt. ROW 3: Mary Guthrie. Doris Lee Templin, jackie Elmore, jean- nine Coutchie, Melanie Hughes, Annetta Smith, Elaine Houston, Dolores Roberts, Marcia Owens, Lois Kerr. Those honored with two semesters were Priscilla Alden, Marion Corson, Anita Court, Elva Dalenberg, jackie Furth, jean Eurth. june Koehler, Charity Koeper, Gertrude Lucius, Martha Oehler, Nellie Rinkema, Priscilla Roney, Betty Scott, Joanne Vlfesterveld and Elsie Yadron. Marion Parks, jackie Reichert, and Geraldine De Graff were the girls who attained one semester of "A's". The duties of the marshals are to keep order at assemblies, collect ballots, and pass out song sheets. They are a volunteer group and help to see that Girls Club assemblies run smoothly. Witli so many activities one can easily see that girls are interested to do service for others. Such is the attitude of the girls of Thornton Township High School. D'-I 'N-J' it 1 A ,4 K I H , g ' 345- Page 53 ACTIVITY POINT COMMISSION ROW l: Marian Parks, Marie Compagnoni, Gretchen Pfah, Bea Gillespie, Mary Besant. ROW 2: Dolores Chlebda, Bette Rahn, Evelyn Odor, Betty Anderson, Phyllis Bennot, Ramona Heffren, Betty Wriglit, Lois Toole, ROW 3: Beatrice Turek, Shirley Jackson, Pat Toinpkins, Jerry Peterson, Shirley Day, Carol Zornig, Jeanne Klemstein. WIELFARI5 ROW 1: Melanie Hughes, Harriette Jones, Clarmella Firetto, Carol Emerson, Carol Zornig. ROW 2: Bette Rahn, Iivelyn Odor, Fthel Jo Breitenfeld, Dolores Vontlracek, Lois Gouwens, Helen Lero, Mary Armington, Frances Harding, Helen St, Denis, Shirley Jackson. ROW 5: Joan Ifriczon, Mary Guthrie, Frances Tawzer, Dolores Roberts, Irene Wenzliltf, Joyce Meyers, Betty Brock, Joanne Brostrom, Lois Toole, Jackie Voss, Dorothy INIcNeil, Betty Wriglit. MARSHALS ROW l: Bonnie Black, Muriel Wfernicke, Arlyne Peiguss, Harriette Jones, June Skye. ROW 2: Jackie Voss, Helen Xenick, Gloria Gold, Lois Gowens, Helen I.ero,1fthel Mae Sweatt, Jeannine Coutcliie, Melanie Hughes, Annetta Smith. ROW 5: Frances Harding, Iithel Jo Breitinfeld, Beatrice Turek, Joyce Meyers, Frances Tawzer, Dolores Roberts, Dolores Vondracek, Loretta Ohrvall, Betty Davidson, Carol Iimerson, Irene Menllafrf. DIVISION CHAIRMFN - - fLower Left Photoj ROW l: Bufty Wfilson, Alma Morgan, Haroldine Johnson, Betty Davidson, Marian Neilsen. ROW 2: Lorraine Johnson, Iithel Jo Breitenfeld, Barhara Bartholomew, Marie Compagnoni, Annette Martin, Ramona Heftren, Carol Koester, Row 52 Joyce Van Drunen, Frances Herman, Helen Black- ford, Marcella Latferty, Sylvia Ippel, Myrna Sperry, Dorf othy McNeil, Lois Toole, Sherley Day. DIVISION CHAIRMEN- - fBelowJ Row l: Helen Van Laningham, Charlotte Huston, Virginia Weber, Jean Furth, Geraldine Cogswell. ROW 2: Lavonne Brown, Yvonne Johnson, Janet Davis, Betsy Clark, Carmella Firetto, Iisther Pajak, Joanne Marks. ROW 5: Pat Sohek, Virginia Ann Peiguss, Muriel Berkman, Joan Gouwens, Marilyn Rasmus, Carol Becker, Jackie Cary, Lois Kerr, Frances Tawzer. COUNCII. s- - fAl'uovej Row' l: ll.ll'lW.lI'Ll Fremouw, Betty Riilm, Nolgl Dausmgin, l,orett1i Ohrvnll, Virginia liurdett, Maury liesnnt. Row Z: Autlrey Schultz, jenn Bowen, Irene Slllfllli, lleiltrice Turek, Helen Xt-nick, Dolores Smith, Dolores Clilehtla. Row' 5: Betty Scott, Gertrude Oglen, Bnirhiirii Mantis, Claire Hughes, Dorothy Bailint, Piit Sonnletner, Marilyn Lorence. COl'NCll.-- Cllpper Rightlp Row 1: l5.ii'h.im Moore, Noriniijiine Lintner, Lou lilmore, ,leiinne llrown. Row 1: jiiynette Olsen, jonnne XVesterveltl, .loan Iiriczon, Gloria Swanson, hfiiry Terese Blairyure, Hzirriette jones, Shirley Gerloff, Betty Flynn, Mary Lou lftlwnrtls, Carol Zornig. ROW 3: Barhiirn Blakeinore, Dolores Roberts, Annette Smith, Jeannine Coutchie, Doris Senes.ic, j.ickie lfliiiore, Betty Henry, Dorothy Piijiik. ROW 4: Sally Marlowe, joan VUhitstone, June Volhrecht, Miirth.i Oehler, Jeanne Klenistein, Ciirol Vogel, Marian Parks, Alerinne Cliristian. HOUSE CQOMlXIl'l'TlZl? Row li C.irmell.i Firetto, Phyllis liennot, Mary Besiint, Betty Aiitlerson. Row 2: Lois Gouwens, lieiltrice Turek, jerry Peterson, N.irilyn Seligman, Helen l.ero, Dolores Clilelwtla. ROW 5: l.eon.1 V.inDrunen, Shirley Trowhritlge, l34irhilr.x liowtlen, Dolores Roberts, lNlury Guthrie, l.oi'riiine Hur- son, l.ois Berg, Shirley Olthoff. RlilfRliSllMliN'1' CRIEW Row -1: Marie Compngnoni, Muriel W't-rnicke. Dorothy Twietmeyer, Gretchen l'f.ih, Doris Lee Teinplin. Row Z: B.iilxir.i Biirtlioloniew, Jeanne Iilmore, Helen Lero, lithel Mile Sweiitt. Row 3: lietty jane Fischer, Dolores Climielewski, june Rossow, lidela Swenson, Frances Hiirtling, Arlyne Peiguss. as 'J Lge A 'U- If IQ ,fgw5A"l.f-f i 1. " ,,, L. x f-T s 'Y' f t mano we 'N 0 V Ni r IIIIW QUEEII MAY QUEEN COURT Doris Senesac, Mary Ann Broderick, Barbara Drew, Louella johnson, May Queeng Betty Kreps, Priscilla Larinoff, listher Paialt, Maid of Honorg Betsy Becker, Pat Huck, Gloria Gronwall, Marilyn Runge, Mary Howard, Mary Guthrie. ,f , my ff 'r-,,,q, r f A Lou johnson, fli.17 QIILLII. llSfllL'l' llaiali, Alillul of llrnmr. The professional sounded and all eyes are focused on the I9-15 May Queen Court as its members marched down the aisle of the auditorium with their mothers on Mother-Daughter live, After the professional the program went merrily on its way, under the direction of Jeannine Coutehie. This was the twentieth annual program given by the Girls Club honoring the mothers and daughters of Thornton. airs MW ?a', H130-" ' 51 "1 L ii Q if f 'Q ff X W ff' J IIEUISPHPER STIIFF litlifww Ruth Michael, Beatrice Vandenberg. Neizxr- l.aVerne Kohlman. ltefmrfcw -- Jim Bewley, LaVonne Brown, Bud Churchill, Betty Jane Fischer, Mary Guthrie, Phil Hayes, Bernice Lindquist, Keith Lyrla, Esther Pajak, Bill Paul, Adela Swenson, June Volbrecht. lientnre 1cUfIOP'fL'l'.1 -Bonnie Anderson, Susan Peasley, Arlyne Peiguss, Connie Pierce, Connie Vander Kloot, Mary Zinn. .S'Jm1'l,r ll"rifer.r Bob Albrecht, Ken Buss, Melvin DeGratl, Joyce Vandenberg. xlJ1'erli,i'i11g - Lois Kerr, Mary Alice Roberts, lizcnlly Arfzher' Alta Stautfer. Bll.l'i1lL'.l.l' Altzlltzgeie- O. Fred Umbaugh. nan us 1: nz Cl VEIIR BUUH STIIFF Editors---Mary Zinn, Betty Anderson. Ad1'w'li.ri11g Mamzger.rfLois Kerr, I.aVonne Brown, Gwen Bruggeman. CnpyfRobert Albrecht, Bonnie Anderson, Barbara Bowden, Melvin DeGraff, Harriet Gouwens, Mary Guthrie, Betty Hord, LaVerne Kohlman, Bernice Lindquist, Elaine Messerschmidt, Ruth Michael, Fay Olthotf, Shirley Pelke, Marilyn Smith, Beatrice Vandenberg, Connie Vander Kloot, Betty Wriglit. PlaamgmplnyfCliarles Bennett, Mary Besant, Hazel Bettenhausen, Gordon Biesboer, Frances Billington, Lorraine Brozek, Ken Buss, Dolores Chlebda, Lois Cunningham, Ken Fremouw, Joyce Gardiner, Joe Kaltwasser, Lorraine Lenke, Esther Pajak, Arlyne Peiguss, Susan Peasley, Jack Rothermel, Eleanor Smaron, Joe Triumph, Edith Tysen, Joyce Vanden- berg, Lorraine Wail, Lucy Zirkle. Ari-H-Richard Bernardini, Marian Bute, Betty David- son, Suzanne Cairns, Carmella Firetto, Gloria Gold, Pat Hock, Marian Jones, lone Leininger, Annette Martin, Mary Lou Porter, and Neil Worcester. Typing--'Lois Berg, June Binette, Gertrude Cutfe, Lois Joiner, Jeanne Klemstein, Lois Nagel, Ger- aldine Ring, Ruth Sheldrake, Mary Vifoolard. Ariz'i.rer.f-EJ!!aria!-fAlta Stautfer. Art- Dorothea Thiel. Bll.fi1lC'.f.ff'fO. Fred Umbaugh. 1946. Another yearbook has been published to bring back memories of good times. No yearbook can be successfully produced without a great amount of work on the part of the producers. Taking pictures, planning layouts, writing, and typing are a few of the many jobs to be done. Every step along the way is important to the success of the book. The newspaper and yearbook classes, which were combined this year, produced both the weekly news- paper and the annual, which are both known as THE THORNTONITE. The juniors who made up a third period English class aided in the many jobs to be done. QUll,l, AND SCROLL NINIORS Row' I: Ruth Niclhwl, Row' 1: litnitiirc V.intlun- Ql'll.l. AND SCROLL IUNIORS OW li -ltpiiiiic Kluinstcin, Row' 1: lXl.ii'ilyn Smith, hm' ii liuttx' XYriglit, PUBLICHTIUIIS 'lihc lfloytl Gibbons Chapter ot' Quill .intl Stroll. Intcrnntionnl Honor Soci- ety for High School rlournalists. w.1s fountlctl .lt Thornton on Dcccmhcr IS, WSI. A stutlunt who has wurkctl on .1 school puhlitation, plus hcing in thc uplwcr thirtl ot his class scliolilstiuilly. it junior or senior, .intl rccoininuntlul hy tht' puhlityition supcrvisor, is cligihlc for mcmhcrship. lNl.ll'x' Zinn, l..i Vcriic K4-hlni.in. Ailync Paig- uss, lit-iiutc Lintlquist, Lois Kcrr. hug, ,lost-pli Knltwusscr, ,lim ll.lliL'I', l'hil ll.lyL'S, lictsx' BL'L'liL'l', llvlun Ciitfrtlv. Gcrtititlc Cfuttc, Lois vlniiiti. .luycc ci.lI'tll1Cl', l,nis ffunninIuh.un, -lunc liiiiuttr. liuttv Amit-istvri, l.uii'.iim' ., XY.iil, ,lows V.li1tlt'r1hsig, Lois Nagcl, lflnim' Nos- scischinitlt, ,lukic Voss, Lois Brig. lfinuut-s Millington, Lucy Znklu, H.iriict Ciniiwcns, Hut-lliettt-iili.1iist-ii, Gut-n Bl'LljLgL'IU.ll'1, Cun- nit' V.intlt-i' Kltmt. lfsthcr l'.ii.ilc, l.tIl'lA.llI1L' linwcli, X fm SPUHEII IIIID WRITTEN Being able to talk isn't the only requisite for a good debater. He must also have the ability to analyze the opponents' case in a short time so that effective rebuttal may be made, the ability to collect material concerning the question, and the ability to speak logically and convincingly. Thornton debaters also participate in oratorical and reading contests, and present discussions that deal with current problems. The Footlighters Club assists in the production of plays. The members of the club have the opportunity to dent. FOOTLIGHTERS CLUB N jerry Sublette, Pre.ridenl,' Jeanne Skerry, Serremryg Dolores Roberts, Vzre Pren- N35-" learn how to apply make-up, design costumes, arrange stage settings, and to show their acting ability in the school plays. The Pierian Club was formed for the purpose of furthering interest in writing. At its meetings the members present book reviews and criticize each other's manuscripts. The Pierian Club is composed of twenty students. To become a member of the club, one must be recom- mended for his interest in writing and then be elected by the members of the club. DEBATE CLUB Row 1: jackie Furth, Milo Backus, ROW 2: joseph Barse, janet Olson, Bruce Sublette, Bob Newton, jack Payan, Ronald Seymour, Barry Hilts. ROW 3: Elizabeth Herzog, Nancy Ross, LaVonne Brown, Irene Kaplan, Frank Goodman. -5 I 'em 4 li A . S.. 54, PIERIAN CLUB ROW 1: Billie jezek, Priscilla Larinoff, jackie Elmore, La Verne Kohlman, Barbara Drew, Doris Senesac, Evelyn Odor, Marcia Owens, Lois Pagoria, Betty Wright, ROW 2: June Skye, Connie Vander Kloot, Jo-Anne Schmidt, Dick Dick- man, Russ Hart, Harry Katzmann, Betsy Becker, Haroldine johnson, Mary Zinn. HIP The KIP swings into its second year of participa- tion in student government. livery student of Thorn- ton is automatically a member of the KIP organization. Policies are formed by the three elected groups, the Board, Forum, and Conduct Committee. The Board governs the organization. Regular meet- ings are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, when the board of seventeen members meets to discuss problems. Activities include attending conference meetings, such as the Chicago Youth conference, the South Suburban Conference, and the Illinois Association of Student Council, where the usual school problems are BOARD Row I: Annette Martin, Betty Kreps, Roger Frebel. ,loe Youngblood, Mary Howard, lid Ring, Bonnie Seidel. ROW 2: Betty Wfright, Dorothy Twiet- discussed. The Forum is made up of one representative from each homeroom. The Forum and Board have a meet- ing once a month. The conduct committee, a name that suggests its purpose, serves as an advisory group for the faculty. This group endeavors to set and maintain a deport- ment standard which will be a compliment to the school. The KIP maintains its own otlice for meetings. Here, also is the Lost and Found Department, pre- sided over each period by a member of the student body. mever, Charles Ireland, Bill Purden, Bill Strawhridge, Denny Tuffanelli, .lohn Lundmailx, l-aVonne Brown. or YEA M! I ,i '-Ya. ii' FORUM ROW 1: Ruth Calo, Virginia Weber, Connie Farrell, Susanne Holmes, Mar- tha Phillips, Paula Soenksen, Marion Ries, Dorothy Twietmeyer, Annette Martin. ROW 2: Genevieve Wcwlf, Dolores Busch, Henry Currier, Charles Davis, Donald Ftycheson, Bonnie Abraham, Jacqueline Ford. Row 3: George Marovich, George Wtmlf, Richard Kolloway, jim Lawless, Bar- ney Stewart, Gene Bell, Clfarles Ire- land, George Anello. Row 4: Edward Ring, Gerald Jacobs, Ken Buss, Gracson Powers, john Bard- wiclc, jack Brassheld, jim Bewley, Bob Newton, Gene Swanson, Ralph Keeling. CONDUCT COMMITTEE Milo Backus, joan Ericzon, Betty Wriglit Don Shaw, Connie Shilling. Y ' t f is - 'I N 1 it X ll PURPLE X ROW I: H. j. Miller, Betsy Becker, Mary Howard, Barbara Drew, Mr. Umbaugh, Haroldine johnson. June Volbrecht, Esther Pajak, Mr. H. Bricker. Row 2: jane l.umhert, Pat Huck, june Skye, Martha Oehler, Pat Sonn- leitner, Eldon Masserschmidt, Donald Shaw, Pat Wurtman, joan Ericzon, Mary Anne Broderick, Elva Dalenberg, Susan Pc-asley. ROW 3: Bill Anderson, Lyle Genens, Otho McFarland, Benton Abney, Richard Johnson, Campbell McConnell, Bob I-lewton, Bob Achor, Chuck The Purple X was created to provide recreation for students after Gentry, Lyle Stofleralrn, Roy Gottschalk. athletics contests. The name of the committee of faculty and students was chosen from the school color, purple, and "X", to symbolize the unknown quantity of activities and duties which the committee might take over. These two factors were combined with the result, "Purple X." Candidates tor Purple X are suggested by the faculty and are chosen by their ability to represent their fellow students. Membership of this year's committee is thirty students and thirteen teachers. Officers are, chairman, Betsy Beckerg vice chairman, Elva Dalenbergg treasurer, Haroldine johnson. 41" ' Y wap, fit fi A l is . p ' ' Page 62 FUTURE HUIIIEIIIIIHERS UF IIITIERICII 1 i I ri ff . D .gr-3-A '- . 'G The Future Homemakers of America proved an active group this year. Three delegates attended the district rally in Chicago in December. For the clubs welfare project, the girls stuffed and dressed dolls for distribution to needy children. Two style shows were held during the year, the Mother- and Style Show on january IO and the evening Style Show sponsored by the PTA on May 14. On April 15 the club was hostess at a rally day for Homemaking teachers and students from the northern section of Illinois. GHIIIERH CLUB "Smile! Look at the birdie!" You are 'oin to have 'our victure taken. The sta ve 3- 9 l l fa and the Camera Club members are polishing lenses and setting exposures for future masterpieces. Later mounds of chemicals are mixed into magical fluids and handsome black outlines mystically appear on special paper. The club holds regular meetings on the Hrst and third Thursdays of each month at which time topics relating to photography are discussed. BIGVCLE CLUB The Bike Club attempts to teach people the correct care of their bicycles, to teach safety rules, and to give them an opportunity to have fellowship with other cyclists. Since it is only possible to ride to school during the spring and fall months, the club is active only during these periods. BICYCLE CLUB OFFICERS Keith Hebble, Tre.1,i1n'er': Clair Hughes, Vice P1'L'l'jdL'7lf.' Billie -Iezek. l'1'e.ridw1l.' Doris Lee Temp- lin, Sccr'eI.rry. CAINHYRA CLUB OFFICERS Lois Kruger, Vice Prctidwzf: Palmer Fenwick, Preiidt'r1I,' Phyllis Danielson, Tre.1.r1n't'r, Daughter Tea HOINIIE ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS Row 1: Mary Therese Beaupre, Set'rel.m .' Paula Soenksen, T1'l'.JllI7l77'. Row 2: Beatrice Vanden- herg, Prvlfrfwll. Lorraine Vanderwall, Vice Preli- dvnl. N0- JE ...Qt is set lr xt Ab M if BROWN BOYENS ANDERSON ZIEBE L NJA RING -4 WUJANYK RASMUSSEN X Mai FURMANEK HANES J' HEATER JACOBS -'1 "ig -K . ., L , 4.4, . ., ..... . K , KS W 4 t KRYGOWSKI M KOSS " gem RELAND A 'Ez r V .53 . ftiifz .. .- , 5 ga 4. --vile" fi Q1- . 'NH ' 'X w " v x 'N X x yi X . ' Jg., xx Ili - gb I 4 K fp: ul. PIGSHIII HIGHERS With only six lettermen back for the season, Coach K. Lipe tried his best to make a winning football team, but with little success. The game with Blue Island was one of the more one-sided affairs Thornton grid players have engaged in for quite some time. Blue Island dominated the entire gameg Thornton lost 27-0. Although Thornton lost to Oak Park 27-O in the next tilt, the team showed signs of improvement. The New Trier game saw Thornton score its Hrst touchdown, though the game ended 42 to 7 in favor of New Trier. The Wildcats lost their fourth straight game when they met Cal City, by a score of 32 to 7. This game showed that the Cats had Z1 running as well as a passing attack. W 'l V . 1' 17 xx Page 66 Thornton lost to Evanston October 27 by a score of 20-6. The Wildcats finished the season without a win. The Cats lost their last chance for a win when they lost to Freeport, 13-7. At the half it was 7-7, but in the last period Freeport went over to make it 13-7. This made the record seven loses and no victories. Blue Island ................ 27 Thornton .................... 0 Oak Park ...,... ....... 2 7 Thornton ........ ..... 0 New Trier ....... ....... 4 2 Thornton ........ ..... 7 Cal. City .................... 32 Thornton ........ ..... 7 Pullman Tech .,...,....... 7 Thornton ........ ..... 6 Evanston .................... 20 Thornton ........ ..... 6 Freeport .......... .....,. 1 3 Thornton ........ ..... 7 168 33 ii? , 1 AQ, tn? VAR Row SITY If0O'l'liAl.l, l: Cilmllu ll'L'I.lIh1, Gcnc SXVLIIIMYII, lfll Ring, XHKYUI' Kr ylgmwki, 'IMI ,VIIUIIIPSUIL ILISPCI' 'l'. ci.lPI'iUfIi, Rlrlwrt Ru. Row lcll, lnlcllzlv Ruwc. 2: Lllnl-Q SHNUI1, Il-rlv xx'lli.lsf,7k, lllll lnmllli. lail h1l'HLlCI1Il.lH, Flllll B.lkL'l', Chunk Ziulwl-ll, Cflllt l'l.lI1L'5. cN.lI'Il1L'l1 Tlllllnpll, h1.llYlll V, Iit'.lffL'I'. XX'.lltul' lfltwlln-ll, SPL1 PUNLIN. Row' 4: GL-lxllll .l.lL'1llWN, Dun R.l5IllllN5i'Il, Ml-lxln Dc Cllnlff, Vrrnun Ill-lltxcll. .l0llI1 Dl'yl.l, Rlbgtl' Allwgcll- svn, Spilll FLTNIQ, GL-urgc W' ll x 51 lxl lin FRU Ruxx l i.ll1l . I .xr ' lv. B.lrl'y YVIIN. Iflxlll HIUXVII. SHSUIJH l70O'l'HAl,l. l: 'l'lll-lll.lx Clllllvllllw I'x.lll lilllwltx, clllltk lilly- ti Row' wn. Rlx XXM-ll, R.llpll fill!" s, Illlll H 1 Llnlll-, XY'.lx'lll' lilnwn. W Jpllwt. lluyl -i Huh PUPPLI, Rwlwlf flUL'IN, Huh Iillluttl-, Fll-ul lllllll l'lll NUI1, -,llll C lllllxll-ll. l'.llll nur, IILUQLIIL' Alllllmllll, KILIIIKN IXIPIIVI, 5I.lI1lk'Y Blum Rllxx PIll1lllNL', Rllllllll Allyn, 5 li.-lw Vmlgl-lllx, ll.ll- lvl-I Lv.lt1, Lllwll lllncl, 'Lllllu XX'.l.lgllll. Llllllx f.lII, l,.llll l,cl.lnlI, Dllllllx Iil'llgl:c- ln.ln, ll-l Plllignllw, lfll Allllillgl, l-'llgllll' llllllbl. R.ll'lllllllll Nlulwll. l,llllls I'lItl.II!. l'lU'5llMfXN l5UO'l'IiAl.l. Row' I: Rlvll.llll ljkllllvill Ril Il.llli Su-ll, Dnnnlll H ulvlw, In-lll lx.lx'. I,L'Nfk'I ALIIHI, l'klNX.lIsl Lnlslk. Rub ull Nllllwll. Row J: Ifll-lllv fk.lPIlHIYi. Hur n.llll l'l.llt. lnlllu Illlnllx' Riklllllkl l'.lxkl. Dull Kllgy lullll Nlllllm fll.ll'lu .Llc KJWIII-I, Hull bl1IAX.lIll1kl1, ,Im Rll.lQjlQ'l. Ruxx' S. XxvlHl.lH1S.lIlkX. lklvl 0l'lctlglI.Kl-llllutllC11-lk,Gll' llll NVINUII, lj.lXlxi Il.lllllllrl l.lIllL N lil lfflll, Gllvlgl' lillllla l.llI1L'N Alwlmlt. lk! Alllllnll . sf" X 9, 5"':. lllg '.,' ' V b iles UIIIITER The snow is falling- Down from the end of nothingness Floating in sparkling dress From the halls above the skies - Snow, that comes from paradise. X 1 1 : - 'ai' 1" iv"'f iv f X i'.ff"fi-lial'l-"i ,Il-T W axis-313.-n":1,1,-In 'UI 1 l if i " If "M" af eva 'l X an Ili 'ff RLY: 5, 'ill "i I 'Q' X : Y J, wh Pagc 68 . -. .., ,,,,.- . ,, :yu ,A is FV ,f S Q UQ- "' X s 1 ., I- ii-Q, lqyk 5. j QF' Wkfaxq . MW' Q 6 -csn- 4, b jx 1, ' I 1, ,., ' ' ,lik 4 11? afar IR W. ififi ffl M ', ml f'f' um X' .9 fp rf- U xN'VM . , J NX 'f fvw f JRR S-uf QW WQXMQ CLIISS 0F 1948 SOPHOMORF CLASS OFFICERS -lean Furth, Treizifzrer: Louise Brown, Firrt Vice Previ- denl: Dan Hughes, 1'rui'idw1I,' jackie Furth, Second Vice I'rwiden1,' Bonnie Seidel. Sern'f.zry. FRFSHNAN CLASS OFFICIZRS Bonnie Abraham, SLTIHILJ Vice l're.ride11I,' Terry Mc'Mr1lii:n, I'r'r'air1w1I.' Charles Romer, 'I're.1i1n'wA.' ,lean Furth, Fifi! lvlft' l'v'e-itfwz Z- F,-1' lf Mary XX'ernei', Secreldrn. To the sophomore each day means one more step toward his goal, the upper classes. As freshmen they were as green as green could be, but now as polished and experi- enced sophomores, they staunchly claim no one can tell them from juniors or seniors. One of the highlights of the sophomore year is the annual party. held in honor of the football teams. The work and entertainment was done entirely by the sophomores. Elections were held last fall to elect othcers, a senate to represent the sophomore class. One senator from each sophomore homeroom activities for the entire class. Mr. F. Zimmerman is the principal of the Class of I9-18. ga SOPHOMORF SENATE ROW l: Dorothy Fralter, jean Furrh, Louise lirown, Dan Hughes, jackie Furth, Bonnie Seidel, Carolyn Roney, Myrna Hess. Row 2: Don XX'ilson, hfary Ann Triumph, ,lune Koeh- Ifichelherg, june Miller, Bruce Suhlette. Row 5: George Bfarovich, james Wilgner, Marshall head. Fred Darrohn, Dale liesterheld. Boh Podgorny. ler, jean Kempf, -loan Gooden, jackie Reichert, Marie johnson, Alvin Sutherland. Boh Hawken. Paul Bare- i, Mr. nl. F. Zimmerman, Swplwnlnn' Clair l'rir1rif1.1l. MR. BEAN Pl2RlOD lV Row l: Norman Gnehel, jack Gilhert, Marshall Alnhnsun, ,lnyce Witzel, Mari- etta Willirliiis, liarhara Petzinger, Norinaiune l.intner, Donna Harlow. ROW 2: Ruth Alewell, Arletta Lithgow, Mary Ann Cruwsun, june juhsun, l.aVunne Mude, Nancy Olirvall, Diane Brown, Virginia Paulauski, Barhara hillllfkf Row 3: Luuie Surufka, Tummy Curlwtt, Xwilheit Schilling, Xvarren Spindler, lawis Purnell. Delores Brewer, lilsie Mae McQueen, Luis XVunlard, Myrna Hess, Virginia Rowe. Row Al: Harry Peterson, Nancy Church- ill. liinily Marz, Floyd -luhnsnn, Harry Gunn, Huh Nelson, Ralph Ball, Wfalter Sypien. MISS Blil'l'lZl.Sl'ACHl3R PERIOD l ROW li l.aura -lune DeYuung.:, Tliendure Pattisun. Charles Davis, .lini Stephen, Ralph Paarlherg, Robert Voss, Marcel Pacatte, -lnseph lXIarkuwicz, Orville Rauch, ROW Z: ,luyfe Mesnard, Durnthy Balint, Leo Parks, john Lundmark, Donald lfytehesun, Richard Napier, jack Mc- Henry, Barry Hilts. ROW 5: ,luanne McBain, Fred Darruhn, Robert Ash, Laura 'lane DeYnung, Dolores liipper. Corinne Martin, Greta Pettersen, juan Gooden, Rhoda Mc- Kinlay. ROW 4: Arthur Rneclier, Richard Scliruv.-der, 'lark Flnerke, Eugene Alnhn- sun, Ruhert Guers, XX'ilsun Reed, june Xwayner, Betty Scutt. r"N. pw -Qt , .ii ,Q 1 J F4 'qiqz F Q ' Q if X C ik 1 xc 51? f D Q - Page' 72 INIISS BENSON PIERIOD VI ROW 1: Roland Maerz, Eugene Marcin- iak, Robert Rubendunnst, Harold Bush, Paul Palmer, Denman Krumrie, Lloyd Linde, jean Nowicke, Marilyn Olsen. ROW 2: Marilyn Miller, Helen Thomas, Robert McCrindIe, Dan Hughes, Ray- mond Nielsen, Bob XVaterstraat, Milo Backus, Robert Milligan. Row 3: Gerdine DeGraff, Harriet Mos- kalik, Dorothy Olthoff, Marian Neil- sen, Martha jo Phillips, Charles Kramer, Marion Corson, Beverly Mikessell. ROW 4: janet Adam, Betty Henry, jackie Furth, Martha Oehler, Alice Wrvelurer, Helen Roberts, Marjorie Van Scyoc. MRS. BENSON PIZRIOD VII ROW 1: Norman Lau, john Gilmore, Barbara NX'arner, Virginia Peiguss, Elizabeth Clark, Shirley Van Schouwen, Alma Morgan. ROW 2: Mary McKinley, Iva Gutzmer, Dale Besterlield, Bill Brown, Iileanor jordan, Iiarl Luchene, Bruce Sub- lette, Pat Sobek, Anita Court. Row 3: Arlene Bischel, Bonnie Seidel, Katherine Glover, Barbara Bickley, Marie Rigoni, Beverly Payne, Dorothy Stockman, Elizabeth Herzog, Dorothy Terrell. ROW 4: john Graham, Larry Peterson, Chuck Boysen, Henry Hannagan, Rob- ert Ballard, George Swadener, Wlayne Vanderlee. MISS CHILDS PERIOD II Row 1: Roger Mitchell, Casimer Grus- zczyk, William Boede, Gilbert Niet- feldt, james Carr, Alfred Havris, Dennis Bruggemann, Thomas Vaught, Dale Keating. Row 2: Pat Bessett, Evelyn Schoenwald, Gloria Podgorny, Mildred Hall, Punky Bydalek, Edward vvkllflilli, Grace Klie- foth, Felice jones, Bill Artingstall, George Myers. Row 3: Verna Burrow, Stella Ber, Rudy Marschke, Leonard Vandermyde, Mary- ann Eckstein, Marilynn Lane, janet Davis, Louise Brown, Lois Cooper. ROW 4: Bill Pfufer, Velma Bentley, Betty Burns, jacqueline Hart, Bernie Wcmlinski, Charlene Ippel, Genevieve Albers, Betty Lou Atkenson, jeaninc Meeks, Dolores Schaudraff. - -. ji- V ily - N. X I r f , . " ,X , 'A gig fWllIiIlIlliIJ,r,, gb ' 1 O if , N , E - K f I 0 sfx, X +4 if J R an X L J fiili X I7 R-if EQ' I 111,51 Jltgx Ai M ' 1 ,S 'lf' YI MISS CHILDS PERIOD VIII ROW 1: joan Figlewski, Arlene Pio- trowski, jean Furth, joan Howard, joy Huisman, Carol Lyon, jane Rogers, jim Kasalko. Row 2: Donald Carlson, Phyllis Fer- guson, Karlton Olsen, Fred Hartmann, Robert Eckwall, Marie Maplesden, joanne NX'esterveld, George Wfolf. ROW 3: Ray Christian, Hulert Choleva, Carl Carlsson, Edwin Hunt, Gerhardt Kaufmann, Robert Reynolds, Robert Siebert, Robert W'ilkinson, Ralph Allen. MISS COFFINIAN PERIOD IV ROW l: Ben Tokarski, joan Van Baren, Agnes Van Baren, Georgia Mei'ritt, Ruth McGowan, janis Shigley, Irene Segalla, Lois Haines. Row 2: john Wgilker, Vifilliani Lister, Albert Harms, Donna Anderson, Ruth Haigh, jean Anderson, Mary Ann Batorski, Rose Banaszak, Bernie Baran. Row 3: june Miller, Dian Evans, Betty Phelps, Barbara Sitton, Addie Tromp, Bonnie Abraham, Barbara Bales, Donna Van Ott, Lois Sharkey, Ken- neth Raak, ROW 4: David Vroegindewey, jimmy Lawless, Richard Graham, Charles Linklater, Grace Schlagel, Marian Vandenberg, Rosemarie Gunslca, Mar- tha Kordewich. MISS COEFMAN PERIOD VI ROW 1: Lou Fioretti, Stanley Iwinski, john Bogdanowicz, Wfayne Gurganus, Cliff Schrank, Sam Capriotti, Edward Haack, Robert Harp, john Baum- gartner, Paul Hoffman, Hughston MacConnell. Row 2: james Corriston, Helen Bargiel, Evelyn Dingler, Wfava Stump, Richard Bogdan, Ara Lou Shutter, Mary Ann Pajor, Lucille Shaw, Barbie Moore, Wtlltclr Sopata, Raymond Scott. Row 5: joe Capriotti, jean jessup, june Green, Shirley Blakemore, Laura Short, Erma Lee Gritlin, Lois Lyons, Loretta Mysliwiec, Nannette Cordt, Bill Slasser, Eugene Springsteen, Don- ald Neal. Row 4: Lee Ryder, Martin Ingalls, Bar- bara Ann Melkent, Geraldine Robin- son, Norma Malo, Barbara Fremouw, joyce johnson, Dorothy Hewett, Shir- ley Riddle, Shirley Rice. MISS CRITES PlfRlOD V Row 1: Jacqueline Reicheit, Patricia McGinley, Janet Olson, Thomas Hor- ton, Iivan Roberts, Martin Kranz, l,ee lNIaclelox, Bill Bruin. Row 2: Edwin Van Kley, Ravinonil Zarlrozny, Helen Wilkc-y', Daniel Simons, Jack Steetlinan, Nellie Rin- kema, Nancy Mesnik, Glen Hathaway. ROW 5: Barbara Blakemore, Rosemary Wliitciuiiih, Shirley Schafer, Dorothy Pajak, lfclith Horn, lNlarguerite liioe- lich, Jacqueline Hutton. ROW 4: Gertrude Vogler, Bette Roth, Rehn Keeline, Carole Berger, Ruth Feclclersen, Billie Claus, li.nhara Nel- SUD. lNflSS CfRlTlfS PERIOD Vlll ROW l: Josephine Gorski, Donna O'I-lryn. Irene Tatgenliorst, Joan Dan- ielson, Doris Lee Dunker, Anne Donato, Frances 'l'eas, Alice Dryja, Flizaheth Grakauskas. Row 3: Ruth Firnhalwer, Joseph li. Perry, Charles Hennig, liettyjane Turngren, Louise Havilanil, Phyllis Jantleha, Barbara Fleece, Lois Cox. Row 3: Lorraine Vantlerwall, Darlene Koch, Maxine Gill, XVilhelmina Dy- kema, Jean l.inrlen1an, Audrey Lively, Dorothy Fraker, Stuart Parker, liva May Durand. Row -1: Millicent Cotton, litlytlie Xvick- ersharn, Williixiii Kranta, llarley Tucker, Jr., Bob Hawken, Rohert Rose, litlwaril Roselworough, Geialtl Fortin. MISS HIZNDIZRSON PERIOD ll Row 1: Ralph Curtis, Annette Siniilt, June Koehler, Joyce Schoeneck, Robert Isaac, Gerald Rinkenia, Nonnan lvlinas, Joseph Barse. Row 2: Rohert Fieltls, Helen Van l.an- ingham, Harriet Burton, Jacqueline Irwin, Jeanette Multler, Jeanne Chris4 tian, Priscilla Alilen, Carolyn Roney, Roland lNlai'tin. J Row 5: Joseph Furmanek, Richartl Austin, Joe Wfise, Arnoltl 'l'oole, Armontl XVurtlin, Charles Brooks, 1 June Kempf, Jean Kempf. Row 3: Joseph Furinanek, Richartl W'ayne Nelson, Rohert Thomas, John Marquess, Dorothy Hohhs, Carolyn Maas, Genevieve Johnson, - V K 5 ' L. . . Y Y " .bg "'f x, - Lv X' 1 fl l ' Y sl sy e. e ft J Q we 4 f 'A if is f N J fmai.i,,cf, Pagv 7-I 1-fer ' ' ii' ' f JK I ,fs at Nl' x I , OK l l Q X l fx wi f ,rf Q f L A I I R Ng r x 455 AIX Af' W X l X 'lk rr ' 4 ,I MISS HENDERSON PERIOD Ill ROW I: Roger Jorgensen, Theodore Tinberg, l.loyd Gardiner, Alvin Suth- erland, Louis Kuzay, Glenn Finney, Robert Klein, Joel Friedstrom, Mary Garezynski. ROW 2: Joann Roberts, Viola Jaeobie, Betty Kerr, Ron Hurley, Joanne Marks, Joyce Larson, Barbara Ekstrom, Hill Spelde. Bob Podgorny. Row 5: Edwin Ripplinger, Suzanne I-lolmes, Marilyn Hoglund, Yvonne Higgins, Barbara Senior, Albert Hen- derson, Arthur Harms, Don Courtney, Tommie Coulombe. Row Al: Paul Leland, Roy Kramer, Ida Powlas, Darlene Pavieh, Nancy Ross, Ann XX'ood, Muriel Beekman, Shirley Young, Dorothy Stroh, Marie Torna' I7l'I'lL', MISS INGRAHAM PERIOD I ROW I: Sanford Lewis, Hugh Keith, Gerald Burton, Robert Fraser, Charles Schwenke, Edna Ricks, Geraldine Raday, Peggy Rains, Joanne Nomes, Julia Carpenter. Row Z: James Springer, Xvalter Hulsey, Barbara Ann Freitag. Islargaret MC- Grath, Jeanne Booth, Annette Bol- huis, Delor Sehrank. Ira Cline, John Podgorny. ROW 5: Clarence Dienima, Norman Groeneveld, Donald Drummer, Wil- liam Smith, Albert Birdette, Wesley Stemm, Rudy Kniaz, Harry Potter, llertha Holleman. Geraldine Heveran. Row Al: Don Howard, Richard Van Dyke. Vfalter Sergott, Clyde Crown- over, Ralph Dileo, Marvin Otte, Ern- est Latham, Clarence l'Irazelton, Eugene Summa, Marvin Heatter. INIISS INGRAHAM PERIOD V ROW I: David Denintz. Charles Carroll, Robert Miller, Harold XY'agner, James Carney, John Hoogland, Gloria Tanis, Doris Frederick, Edith Podding, S. M. Ferguson. Row 1: Ted Murawski, Wfayne Smith, Mary Gray, Hattie De-Koster. Theresa O'Kruta, XX'alter Meder, Joan Koesube, Susie lioterl, Mary Jane W'eaxer, Phyllisann Young. ROW 5: Clarence Bodie, Faye Carpenter, Betty Brandenburg, Joyce Patlenaude, Terese Drwal, Russell Willis, Emil lNIagoziak. Edward Majkauski, Rich- ard Hutchinson. ROW -1: Vernon DeGrafl, Paul Hollings- worth, Paul Barehead, Ernest Kenner, Steve Mayerak, Roger Braeh, Jack Payan, Don Anderson, Robert Small, '-s :wif six fb X f' 1 4 g' yt if at V - Page 76 MISS KEATING PERIOD III ROW 1: Dorothy Werner, Shirley Miller, Leger Yachon, Bill Van Der Woude, james Wagner, Eugene Callham. ROW 2: Lorraine Wujcik, Richard Van- denberg, Manzke Hilbert, Robert Sisk, Roberto Morales, Kenneth jones, Frank Basile. ROW 3: Robert Kamykowski, Lyle Pence, Samuel Dorsey, Bernard Zitek, Nadine Broom, Wesley Shinker, Margaret Domiter, jane Brotan. ROW 4: Vincent Boswell, Corniel Tanis, Perry Tanner, Paul Homan, William Fouts, Ted Branson. MISS KEATING PERIOD VII ROW I: Stanley Beckstrom, Ellsworth Cole, Edward Cochran, james Creach, Mary johnson, Barbara Bendle, Betty Berry, Elaine I-Ierrman. ROW 2: Edward Zmuda, jean Gillson, Charity Koeper, Mary Russell, Cal Lafferty, Dorothy Borys, Shirley Arndt, Dolores Smit, john Yonkman, Nor- man Baker. ROW 3: joan Mossell, Lena Rush, lid- ward Wescott, Richard Keys, Harold Getz, Stanley Moorhouse, Walter Artym, Robert Binette. ROW 4: Betty Noel, Alberta Staat, Delores -lean Schultz, Crystell Sobol- ewski, Toni Stanepher, Jack Samulow- itz, Ralph Petersen, William Brutlag, MR. LOVUDEN PERIOD IV ROW 1: Ray Pettice, Allen Ialammond, Robert Reed, Leslie Bartlett, Yvonne Meis, jill Hoffman, Dolores Mong, Fred I-Ielfers, Lowell Frank. ROW 2: Franfes Kotrulya, Harriet Ilobh, James Abbott, Edward Cahill, Edward Linse, Don Brei, Iidward Pazybysz. ROW 5: Kathryn Del Nagro, Rose Prather, Shirley Kennett, Barbara Greig, Charles McI,aren, Don john- son, Albert Panozzo, Louis Furlan. ROW 4: Marian Norwich, Netra Cole, Nona Belle Cenorke, I.eRoy I.uClten, jean Ann Peerbolte, Marion Obey, Mildred Mifflin, Phyllis Gates, Irina Conrad. - Q5 - V 'N . ' N ffl 1, fl K ff 5,2 , X f A fmkfliimif, N li f L1 OK , 1 L OK AWK? 417716 , Xi if Rf ,N ' Z lx "Q X - ' -If 'ny " I MR. I.tDWDIiN PERIOD VII Row I: kIol1n V.1n Dur A.1, w7.IlfL'l' Stcpinski, hllllkitllkl Burton, -IRIIIICS Simon, Rolwcrt Snyilcr, john Ford, Ifiuink FI'L'l'lI.lllf, Rolwrt A111lc1'soi1. Row J: lxI.ll'y'.ll"II1 Slcvnik, livelyn Riot- vclil, George IXI.Il'1IYIClI, Clmrlcs Sttllc- IILIII, Aliilrv.-y SL'll.lPL'l', Ramona Green, Gcrtriiilc 'llIL'lIILL'l.l.If, I.or1'.1inc Stcin- lI.lLlL'l'. Row S: X.1x'ic1' Rosolowski, Glen Iliucg- 111.111, llxlW.ll'nl Stn-pinxlii, Agnus liuins, Iyillllgl Socnkscn, -lL'.lI'll"lC Iilmorc, Imo- gcnc Smith, Ifilith Spccr, Lilli.1n Stcnlalc. Row Al: Allilcr DL'.III, Stanley Boyer, Hurry Cornwall, Ronnic Brookfclt, Iiolw K.1us11l, Il.1rol1l Stump, Harold KL-llogg, Rvx XX'oo1l. INIR, I.UXY'DlfN PERIOD VIII Row' l: ,loc Di-Young, 41111111-s Willi11i11s, il-UIII Crllini, -ILRIII P.1lCz.1k, I'.1trici.1 illlIUIIISL'II, Do1'otl1y 'I'ii11111ins, Rolucit ,l.1l1.1.1y. Row 2: Bill I..lI,.lSS, Florence I.ivcly, ,lcnnic I:L'l'II.lI1xlL'I, Glori.1 Piirtncr, RUSL'III.II'Y NX'11tc1s, Alice Hcnry, 'I'l1co- iloru N1-yor, Vlinncs Diulwcl. Row' 5: l:l'.IIllillII Stuwnrt, Don Gill'xlHL'f, Irvin Zirlilv, 'I'l1umlo1'c Aluffcr, Vlllllfl- it.1 I.LlLIL'IL'lICL', Ircnc Null. DlIl'lIllII' l,loy1l. MRS. MliADli PERIOD l Row I: NlPI'III.lII INIQ1-1, Mary Ann Ilrown. Rolvcit Amlcison, l.oi'in Dil- lon, llill Ostrowski, -l.lk'l'i lI.lI'I'llXYlII.III, M.11'y XX'L'l'IIL'I', Ifllis Toincs, Ray N.11'gis. Row 2: Cionnic Il.lliL'I', Dolorcs Klein, Vi1'gini.1 XX',LlK'I', Dorotlw WIL'l'JCI', Dulorrs CiYX'L'l', Mililrcil Fislmr, -Icnnic Dcitz, I.UI'I'.lIIIL' DL-Rossi, I'41t1'ici11 IJLIIIIIUII, lNl.11'y Ann 'Ill'IlIIIIPlI, Hcloisc XX'illi11i11s, Mililrcil Guin. ROW 5: Ros.1lwv.'llc Hill, Rolwcrt Johns- ton, lfric Iilcyilorn, I.cRoy Paiulsvn, NXfilli.1111 Kunz, Ifugcm' Hughes, lfdgilr Spoon-1', D.1nicl Dunivan, Don Wil- son, Shiinlcy Hcnrichs. Row Al: Fr.111fcs Hostlur, jcnninc I.111lc- wig. ,lolm XXfykoII, Ifugcne Gcimlcs, ' jiuncs Vogel, Cl1.11'lL-s Franklin, 'l.1111cs lfiilstcr, M.1rion Marek, Tony Yaulron. I I 433 MRS. MEADE PERIOD V ROW 1: Richard Small, Waltz-r Kellen, Chuck Eustis, jim Smith, Frederick Moeller, Bill Ingram, Rosetta Sypult, Dolores Stier, Rosemary Spoerer. ROW 2: Ramona Cooke, joe Chaney, Kenneth Gorrell, Paul jones, Ivfarvin Bell, Robert Zesch, Dale Packord, Row 3: Marie LoCicero, Barbara jean Lorts, Barbara Bartholomew, Lucy Black, Charlotte Fredrick, Ruth Gren- ier, Dolores Samas, Stella Palczak, Antoinette LoCicero. ROW 4: Irene Szalaj, jean Eggleston, Kenneth Hoy, Willirrm Goddard, Don- ald Wallz, Barbara Roach, Gwendolyn johnson. NIR. OHLERT PlfRlOD ll Row 1: Thomas Wfoulfe, Barbara Yates, jerry Hyland, Robert Richards, Bob Covert, Gertrude Schultz, Dorothy Shonts, Patricia De GratT, Beverly Lynne Drogula. ROW 2: Samuel DiGiaeinto, Therese jaskowiak, Marie Eichelberg, Betty Hock, jean Borg, Marianne Laramie, Virginia Shower, Anthony Marchino, Arthur Pearson. ROW 32 George Fikrlc, Wfalter Goesel, Wfallace Bowlds, Etta Boswell, Charles Romer, Ronald Martens, Lois McClel- land, Norma Lutes, Genevieve llel- erito, Louise Lueente. Row 4: Bill Largent, Harry Brown, Glenn Macari, Robert Ried, Larry Stump, Ralph justice, Ronald Allen, Charles Rouse, Charles janus, Pedro Aguilar. INIISS SlNllTH l'lfRl0D VIII ROW 1: Lester Peters, Bob Kreis, Rob- ert Henson, Doonie Fox, Robert Rogers, Betsy Zimmerman, Ruth Vick. ROW 2: Don Wfheeldon, jack Tomp- kins, Priscilla Beales, Laurel lfred- man, Terry Fronczak, Nick Yuraso- vich, Chester Gratkowski. ROW 5: Mary Aguilar, lrene Bulczak, Elizabeth Fulsang, Chester XX'odarski, Charles W!hitley, LaVerne Kennedy. ROW 4: Donna lirtl, Dorothy Laib, Armin Evers, Tom Haney, Carl Has- ler, Kenneth Greenwell. 7 3 i W 1 1 it Q I ,X 4 r rt EE' 7QillRlltlllliif2, its K Nix- m,.... . 1 f::.""'-f rig K f", ggi I. V! R .I T we kii3szC5ifigf::4:wQi9 I'-Wm-!.:.' " A .5 L' ,5 9 lil?- ws cunrnin Time 1 i "liVtiR SINCE EVE" The annual Boys' and Girls' Club play "liver Since live" was presented on the night of November 9 and 10, Produetion was supervised by Mr. E. C. Ohlert and Mr. R, G. Decker. Annetta Smith, Russ Hart, and Bob Aehor were business managers. johnny Clover was always deep in trouble either with the newspaper or with Susan Blake, his child- hood girl friend, Spud Irwin, his faithful friend, or with Lueybelle, the southern girl who captured his heart. Things really were complicated when the measles entered in. But in the end, as usual, all was running smoothly, "NINE GIRLS" On the evening of May 26, 1945, the solitude of the air around in the auditorium was shattered by a blood eurdling scream. The Footlighters were putting on the murder mystery, "Nine Girls," by Wilfretl Pettitt under the direction of Mr. li. C. Ohlert. V5 H517 Ili ' 'XJ Page 80 'is Yi' The story was about nine girls who lived in a log cabin, which they used as a clubhouse, During their stay many mysterious and tragic things happen, in- cluding a murder. But the suspense was broken now and then with a hearty laugh. Witli the aid of a production staff of thirty-seven this was the first production by the lfootlighters. "STAGE DOOR" On the evenings of March 25 and 24, 1945, the cast of the senior play, "Stage Door." could be found in the dressing rooms putting on make-up and having last-minute jitters. Contrary to past years, the cast ot' this play was very large. Thirty actors participated to bring enjoy- ment to the audience. The play was about a boarding house full of aspir- ing young actresses who strive for success in the theater. Mr. IZ. C. Ohlert was the director, and Miss Dorthea Thiel was the art adviser. The business managers, I.ouis Davidson and Eugene Grassmick, and the advertising managers, James Charles and Roy Herzog, had a great deal to do with making the play a hit. 'CT l l '-ln-- Paqr HI By such money-making projects as the annual PHREIIT-TEIICHER IISSUCIHTIUII This year's theme for the Thornton Town- ship High School and junior College Parent- Teacher Association was "The American Home." A varied program of monologist, other speakers, movies, concert, and so on car- ried out the theme in the meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of each month. donate generously to various organizations which also work for the betterment of youth. Some of these are the March of Dimes, the Harvey Youth Center, and the proposed YMCA. One branch of the PTA is student welfare. Students who are less fortunate than the rest are supplied with books, clothing, and medical attention. Christmas Concert, the Victory jamboree, and taffy apple sales, the PTA has been able to We, the parent, the teacher, the student- the American home, are grateful to the PTA. R.. t 4 l 5.1 PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION S'ei1ted.' Mrs, joseph Swingle, Mrs. Henry Potrafke, Mrs. L. R. Gardiner, Mrs. john McNeil, Mrs. Albert Eckstein, Mrs. Dev- creaux Haigh, Mrs. john li. Yates, Mrs. M. C. Vander Kloot, Mrs. A. W. Schiller. Slrmdingr Mrs. john Wernicke, Mrs. Nicholas De Young, Mrs. j. I.. Perkins. en 9 6 :ri ! . , 1' Q A-,,,0 P x f i 3 t Page 82 .iunion neu cnoss The second year of the junior Red Cross at Thorn- ton has closed on a year of varied activities. The T. T. H. S. Chapter started with the election of officers Kenneth Buss, jean Broderick, Pearl Roesner 0 LQ.- - 4 4 it ' and Betty Davis. The junior Red Cross collected articles for gift packages and collected the membership dues from this school during the national membership drive. ,,-aa. nI,' ' ' -.1 fp ,ag Vg 'V ,fe . C gi . ,yin I f--'iii' -13.11 J' v. X ku xl Ui, 1? an JUNIOR RED CROSS OFFICERS- Cla.-fry jean Broderick, Vice Prcfidenlg Betty Davis, Trerulzrurg Pearl Roesner, Scrre1.n'3.' Kenneth Buss, Preridnzl, not in picture. SWING CLUB OFFICERS -- fRightj john Hughes, Tre.1.rm'er.' Marie Eichelberg, Vice Preiidentg Bette Rahn, Serrelrzryg George Poclios, Preridenl. SUIIIIG CLUB Lend an ear, you jills and Joes, and listen to what goes! Yeah, man! lt's the ickies, 'gators, and hep-cats blitzin' it straight for the ol' jive joint, the little theater, at 3:30 each Friday. Here come the officers. They've got records of jive music, square music. and that good old jitter-buggy Harry james music. Then all of a sudden the old place is jumpin'. If you don't wanna be a loose tooth, grab one of those yum-yum gals over on the side cupboard and show 'em a few tricks. Do ya dig me? Well, all reetl lf., 'sf 'FQQ , ,'sg..' " .,. N 4 YQ ' -L v ..l. 5-"I" S U' I O., ,E vb' ,of fix , oa,fQl' I M I Page Il!! THELHHGUHGE CLUBS SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS ROW 1: Harriette -lones, Pre,ridcr11,' -lane Lambert Vice I'reridw1t. ROW 2: jackie FllI'tl1,T1'6iIt- nrerg Mary Ann Broder- ick, Set'reI.1ry. i LATIN CLUB OFFICERS joe Triumph, 'llN:'d,lIlfL,f,' Betty Wriglit, Vice Prer- ident: Charlette Huston, Prugrnnzz Clv.1irn1rH1,' Helen Gjerde, Pr'e.ridez1l,' jim Ogden. GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS Edith Horn, SccreI.njn.' Charles Ries, l'revideul.' Shirley E. jackson, Vice 1're,iidef1l,' Priscilla Hirsch, 7l?'A'.lllHtf', FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS lXIarian Vandenberg, Secre- tary, Barbara Wilscun, Vim' l'1'e,ridw1t,' Wilstwii Reed, Preri1fcf1I,' Joan Gooclen, T1'r'.1l1n'er','Greta Pettersen, Pmgruwz Club'- NIJII. La Liga Panamericana, the Span- ish club, is sponsored by the Language Department. The purpose of the organization is to further goodhwill with Latin and South America. Programs arranged include skits, plays, and movies featuring the typical Pan-American life. Given also, this year, was "Un gran Hestan which portrayed life in a typical Mexican village. Latini is open to all students who have studied Latin during their high school career, and who are inter- ested in learning more about the Latin culture. Programs include games based on Latin words, plays of mythological characters, movies, and slides on classical subjects. The Saturnalia, or Christmas celebration, is one of the highlights of the year. Die Deutsch Iicke is open to all students who are interested in Ger- man culture, literature, and music, and who have some knowledge of the German language. Its purpose is to furnish practice in the com- mon use of the German language and to enjoy a social hour together in singing and talking in the tongue. The main purpose of l.e Cercle Francais, the French club, is to im- prove the students use of French under pleasant and natural condi- tions. ln so far as possible, French is spoken at the meetings. Programs include plays, skits, games, and French songs. ' i . .. 1 E a - . if ' A fil o" ,131 I. Y . lt 'Q . H .rv ur '!,fi'X I Q S Row 1: june Volbrecht, Beatrice Turek, I.aVerne Kohlman, Bernice Lindquist, Barbara Blake, june Skye, Donna Ryskamp. ROW 2: Rose Mary Cowger, May Burt, I.orraine Hurson, joan Danielson, Jennie Fernandez, Carol Koester. ROW 3: Rosabelle Hill, Nellie Rinkema, Judith Maguire, Dolores Schuette, Barbara jones, Helen Lero. From Thornton's Business Department annually in their work. go experienced secretaries into the commercial world. Included in the duties of these student secretaries Working in the class principals' oflices, the main are mimeographing testing materials, taking dictation, oflice, the biology and history departments, the library, answering correspondence, checking test papers, scor- the deans' offices, the rental library, and the girls' ing test curves, taking attendance, and checking books. gym classes aid these people in attaining proficiency FACULTY ASSISTANTS ROW 1. Pat McGinley, Beatrice Mech, Mary li. Besant, Dolores Chlebda, Bette McBride, Marie Rigone, Nola Dausman, joy Graham, .loan liriczon, joan Hennigan. ROW 2: Ruth Guthrie, Vesta Mae Frank, Frances Harding, Dolores Laube, Dolores Roberts, Pearl Roesner, Corinne Martin, Normajune Lintner, Marilyn Lane, Marie liichelbc-rg, janet Davis, Phyllis Danielson, Anita Court. Row 5: Leo Parks, Vic Krygowski, Katherine McKnabb, Irene Szczurak, Barbara Manas, Martha jo Phillips, Dorothy Balint. Alma Morgan, Beatrice Smith, Mary Zinn, Audrey Schaper, l..iurel jones, Ken Fremouw. f V aj f I A . t . T , tt cLnss or 1947 Q ,Ar 1 ' ' Q 1 P-Q fl 'Aim' fly!- W CLASS OF 1947 ' f Carmella Firetto, Serre1,u',x.' Chuck Ziebell, Firrz Vice ' l'rv.i.ider1l.' Hill Anderson, PfL',l'fl1'L'lll,' Elva Dalenberg, Stimzd Vire I'1'ciiJw11.' Donald Shaw, Tremnrer. zx , -f 1 Another great step has been taken by the Class of '47 toward graduation, under the guidance of Mr. j. B. Stephens. This class started out in high school just like every freshman group, wild-eyed, looking for the elevator and the steam-heated lockers, and in general wondering what was going on. Then as those little freshmen were getting the hang of things and obtaining high honors for themselves, they gave their class party and had election of class otiicers. As individuals, they entered into extracurricular events, including Girls' and Boys' Clubs, language clubs, sports, and other activities. Coming back the next year as sophomores, the class was much the wiser. Individually the students kept striving to become the most prominent in every activity. As juniors they were also eligible to attend the prom and the annual junior-senior party. lt doesnt seem possible that the senior year could be any more interesting and thrilling than this. SIZNATIE, CLASS OF HMT Row l: Ruth Summers, Chuck Ziebell, Iflva Dalenberg, Donald Shaw, Carmella Firetto, Bill Anderson, Irene Ramsey. Row 2: Elmer I-Iamning, john W. Carlson, james Mossell, jr., Bruce Smith, joe Triumph, Mae Jeanne Klemstein, Leanette Scribner, Pat Long, Marian Ries, Joyce Dodge. ROW 5: james Dunne, Robert Beck, Bill Goeckritz, Bob Lorenz, Chuck Gentry, Tom Moffat, lidgar Mendenhall, Bob Trykall. Mr. j. B. Stephens, junior Cltrri Primeifml Page 86 ,i L 74 45 7 ,Q7ll l in , if 'gglilw ki ,x' ' M ok if' OK 36 ' 7 X f V ' ' 1 t Nf I L ' J xv , 705 In , J I 'Sk ' -X- INIR. BEAN PERIOD ll Row' li Charles Zitelx, Nelson Daehn, Robert janz, Bob Lincoln, Bill Meuze- laar, Richard Shylowski, Floytl Pass. Wilbt-r lfllis, Row 2: Loyola Clhristy. Phyllis linelers, Dolores Cummings, Nancy Abraham, Marjorie Hurley, Doris Popovifh, Betty Ann Pignatiello, Beverly Dirim- ple. l.eona Gierszewslvci. Row S: Gloria Rhinel, Shirley McKen- zie, jane Lambert, l.orraine Bennett, Norma Black, joan McKibben, Mabel litlwartls, CQl.u'enee Brown, Dan Anfield. Row -li lfugene xxhllikl, Hector Fortin, lftlwin Pierce, Victoria Stoiak, Ger- altline Smith, Dorothy Santefortl, Arlene Kort, Rose jurelc, jane Cellini. MR. BEAN PIZRIOD Vl Row I: lerry XVuiastyk, Ralph Sehaan, Kurt l.uenser, Don Rasmussen, l.ouis Schroetlle, Carl Clhristianson, Bob Youngfelt, Robert Wilstwn. Row 2: NX'illiam Plucinski, joanne Van Der Giessen, lflfrietla Hollwetlel, Dor- othy Voss, Phyllis Stout, Wrlyne Bowtlish, Williiiiii Beattie, Bratlley jones, George Sheehan, Row 5: Wfayne Stoflerahn, lilva Dixon, jasper Capriotti, Marvin 'l'riemstra, jim Corbett, Lewis Benson, Frank Lisek, Glenn Yost, Gus Fietlrick. ROW 4: Donald Wfilliams, Ralph De Ruiter, Fred Lohse, lfelwartl Shumpes, james PlCciAlll4L1llY, james Leek, Her- bert Meyer. james Corlew, lfernantlo Guareio. MISS l':lfl'l'lfl.SPACQlllfR PlfRlUD V Row l: janet Valerius, joan Hennigar, joe Roekwootl, Gracson Powers, lil- mer Huizenga, Robert Harris, jolm Termevlen, lirnest Hall, Benton Abney. Row Z: Rudy Frezza, Robert Dean, Betty Grassmick, Harriet Haase, joan Blake, jenny Wfoiciccliowski, Theresa Dyrcz, livelyn Dutlzik, Phyllis De- Young, Phyllis Danielson. ROW 3: Philip Tortoriei, Thomas Wliite- law, lra Tunis, Dorothy Longerbeam, Florence Richartls, Carol Leppert, Betty McBride, Marilyn lforsberg, Robert lily, Carl Gavel, ROW 4: Hal Hamilt, Bill Crafton, An- thony Benacka, Howard Penrose, Will- ter Onak, Bill Kutlak, john NX'robel, jimmy Surufka, Louis Zelek. 4 . i INIRS. BENSON PERIOD IV ROW l: Virginia Kroll, Dolores Kreis, Robert Albrecht, Wilbur Parker, Rich- ard Backola, Thomas O'Connor, Her- bert Trenning, jack Nilles. ROW 2: Pretty Flynn, jane Tanis, jane Zielinski, Shirley Cressy, Myrna Woods, Barbara Meeder, Eugene Sloat, Cecil Tarrant. ROW 5: Fdwin Niemeyer, Donald Vick, joan Mulder, Pat Long, Natalie Gaich, Susanne Certna, Sheila Rhodes, joyce Meyers, Frances Ivlnlher. ROW 4: Robert Roach, Elmer I-lamning, Ralph Keeling, Donald Livengood, jane Anker, Margaret Wlells, Mar- cella LeCocg. MISS COFFMAN PERIOD VII Row 1: john Majkowski, Shirley Alt- gilbers, Bruce Smith, Chuck Gentry, Dave Phillips, Tom Hopper, Robert Beck, William Snyder, Donald Shaw, jerry Burch. ROW 2: Marjory Huish, Carol Beisner, Ann Wilkie, Ramona Helfren, Ifsther jensen, june Rossow, Irene Wenzlaff, Dorothy Dooley, Victoria Hacek, Warren I-Iauff. ROW 3: XVilliam Iversen, juanita Oh- lerking, Lois Kruger, joyce Dodge, Robert Evans, Lorraine johnson, Carol Cummings, joan MacDowell, Sylvia Boomsma, Carolyn Breeden, Nancy Bradley. ROW 4: james johnson, David Menzel, john Schilb, Dorothy Twietmeyer, Marilyn Hupe, Pat Weber, George Krusel, Almo Manzardo, Merle Han- ihan. MR. DIECKIER PERIOD I Row 1: Norma Apel, Shirley jackson, joan Vllinkler, Ifvelyn Odor, Pat Wurtman, joan Adler, Ben Hocott, Fred Rietveld. Row 2: Norine Leeson, Carmella Fi- retto, Willis Gouwens, David Gar- diner, Margaret Baker, Helen Krol, Dolores Wesolowski, Priscilla Roney, Audrey Lehnen. ROW 5: Marian Parks, Avis Krause, Shirley Anne Fenwick, Phyllis Ben- not, Lyle Stofferahn, Charles Klein- knecht, joAnn Fife, Dolores Chmiel- ewski, Doris Hentsch. ROW 4: Denny Tuffanelli, Ed Llenden- hall, Gene Swanson, jeff Hunter, George Burt, james Ogden, Roger Merritt. ,X K :bu C , hr -S -f v is is rf is 1 f C 1- ft L 1 ix 8' ' V - fwllllillllllliiii. Page' 88 SC. , 0 f sir- I N , 'Q I oi! 96 ' , 1 1.2 'Sr f i X grin- 'x ' A ' u If l L J e 7 , may . fi ' sr 'N I M - I 4 'X -if 'af' ' r MR. DIQCKER PIZRIOD in ROW 1: Ifllis Hanks, joseph Ficek, john Davis, Benny Dabrowski, jack Reif- schneider, james Haynes, Curtis Boeber, Val Schreiber. Row 2: Rosemary Przybysz, Shirley Schindler, Katherine MCKnabb, Ruth Parks, Annie Mae Rogers, Ione Lein- inger, Pearl Watkins, Doris Boswell. Row 5: Frank Anderson, Norman Schil- ling, Velva Stiegnian, Betty Bydalek, Marjorie Iillis, Betty Adams, Veron- ica Murphy, Billie Harrison, Molenea Bell. ROW 4: Lithgow Sobolewski, Pete Luinstra, Ray Ort, Amos Spooner, Ray Hon, Leona Randle, Leo Potlgorny. MR. DECKIER PIERIOD VIII ROW 1: Melvin Dyrhaug, Robert O'Brien, Roger Gabriel, Ronald Peter- son, Dolores Lunn, jeannine Olson, Rita Kaminski, Iilmer Rockrohr. ROW 2: Marjorie Schubert, Wztlter Wai- da, Ethel Mae Park, Doris Miller, Kathleen Penrose, Lu Mazur, june Rietveld, Charles Shaw. ROW 5: lfvelyn Lewis, jack Berry, Claire Hughes, Leona Lange, Shirley Schmidt, George Frieling, Barbara Cantrell, john Spero. ROW 4: Betty jean Neal, Robert Marks, Donald Currier, Iidward Ludlam, Maurice lisker, Bill lilton, Barbara jones, Merna Lange, Bob Lorenz. IWIISS HENDERSON PERIOD V Row I: Marilyn DeVries, Richard john- son, Anthony Szudy, Dexter Olson, Clyde Seirest, john Henry, Lillian Ray. Row 2: Doris Retzlatf, Shirley Reeves, Betty Schoppe, Geraldine Schimmel, joan Lemieux, Esther Wantliiritl, Lois Williner, Helen Atelevich, Mae XX!ilhart. ROW 3: Robert Robeck, Tom Moffat, Bob Spindler, Norman Acquaviva, Gordon Peck, Bethel Boyer, Ollie Mae Latham, Virginia Mundinger. Pago' no 1 . i. U 1 97' -, J A 7 7 Page- 90 MISS INGRAHAM PERIOD II ROW 1: Darleen Eisele, Betty Koester, Theresa Gawrysiak, Wallter Graff, james Donato, Richard Balker, Harry Sundeen, jim Hainsworth, Edward Drolet. Row 2: Lewis Hurnsmeyer, Lorraine Ebert, Katherine Greenwell, Shirley Howard, Carol Henke, Bunnie Pribyl, Patt Spencer. May DePaulo, Elsie Biczo, Ruth Summers, Eleanor Lyons. Row 3: Nick Dyke, Waxlter Przybyla, joan Black, Kathryn George, Darlene Krueger, NX'endelI INIL-der, Dolores Spindler, Mary jo Ledford, Evelyn Matthiesen, Ruth lirand. ROW 4: Marvin jacobs, jack Rick, jerry Brnssard, Eddy Kissel, Myland Tar- rant, Riehard Kolloway, Harry Iioyens, Ben Dalliello, Edward Prochaska. INIR. OHLERT PERIOD 1V ROW 1: Phyllis Couwenhoven, Marjorie Buyer, Elva Dalenberg, Connie Shill- ing, Mary Lou Porter, Ruth Treen, Phil Grakaushos, Ray Ilillllflfli. Row 2: Marie Compagnoni, joann Brownlee, Albert Arnold, Herbert Rau, Shirley Day, Lorraine Spina, Elene Provis, Alma Van Buren, Pat Preston, Bobbette Anderson. ROW 3: Ted Thompson, joe Young- blood, Ray Tatgenhorst, 'lieunis Ilaarl- berg, Ronald Myers, Cal Condon, jean Lzwe, Robert johnson, Loraine Stewart. ROW 4: Rolf Lindquist, Donald Steg- meir, Coral Gates, joyce Hinkley, Lois Ryskamp, Lucille Kampe, Marilyn Lorence, Gretchen Efab, joan Ericzon, Gertrude Lucius. MISS SEXAUER PERIOD I Row l: Eileen Pukalla, Dolores Bunch, Helen Rockwell, Tom Zirkle, Robert May, Gordon Schnoor, Iiob Hobson, Lewis Fusik, Carlo Earrnggia, liill Sweet. Row 3: Bea Gillespie, Meryl Fisher, Connie Bower, Marie XX'oitowicz, Lor- raine Hurson, Marvin Miller, jolm Carlson, Richard Stehl, Bob Thomas. Row 3: Denise Dahl, jean Harringer, Betty jane Fischer, Suzanne Cairns, janet Connell, Barbara Hall, Richard Tinder, Robert Fields, Edward Iiettenv hause. Row -I: Theresa jackson, Robert Wilke- land, Andrew Iiartholomew, Carl Linse, Ralph Heathcote, Owen Rob- erts, Torn Kehle, john Sarna, Tommy Beales. Herbert Butler. - -. 6- V x T Z X fx 1 l. Q ffJf1lk!2fim.es, i f M W - 'sf ' ' X - OK gb ' , -f fri 'F I A 'ggi X: I L J . XI! 7 Rl I ' I 1 If 'lil' I x Ill! X I X ' 1 fN X I L. 1 X lx I bb , a -if 4 ' I 'lf' rf MISS SIfXAL'IiR PIIRIOD III I 4 I i ROW I: llurnace Hooks, Bruce A, Gelin, Wailly Garrison, Don Iiaunigartner, Franklin Barber, Peter Pakosz, ,lack Sfhneider, john CQ. Pfolenhauck, -Iohn INICGaugIiey. Row 2: Marie Kennedy, Clara Melton, Alfuda Litko, Iitlith Deinema, joan Graff, Helen Zolty, Geraldine Becker, Dolores Smith. Row 3: Lois Horner, Cathy Iivans, Arthur llernoska. Shirley Hoekstra, I.eanetIe SCI'Il7I'lL'I', Margie IWIltI'IiUl'IL', Darrell jones. ROW 4: Hola Davis, james Mossell, jr., Norman Piper, Reginald johnson, Marilyn Blair, Henrietta I.. Hoekstra, Irene Neal. Helen Cloner, MISS SIfXAl'I2R PI-IRIUD VI Row l: Glen Greiner, George Strieker, john XX'eaver, Clliarles Sinoots, Clliris- tine Amlrianos, Dolores I.auhe, Anita Tliies, Karl Vlanson, Howaril Nfeeli, I.aLImIie Stover. Row 2: jackie Foul, jean Iiroilerick, Charlotte Huston, Roy Iieeely, Robert Pellegrino, Pat Sonnleitner, Iilsie Mae Sneilelen, Irene Ramsay, Carol Zornig. Row S: George Poeuse, ,lean Berg, Roe Mallstrom, Ifvelyn Corson, Dorothy Vanelerwall, Geralil Kaezkowski, Henry Pasek, Donald Wfright, Marian Ries. Row -1: Ray Olson, Curtis Hanes, Rich- aixl Kostyoka, Roy Gottsehalk, Donald Strenaski, blames Dunne, Roger 'l'riem- stra, john Ravesloot, VUiIlariI Dalen- herg. MISS SIfXAl'IfR PERIOD VII ROW li Delia Hoyens, Yvonne Haines, Lois Duilen, jack Parks, Allen Mos- sell, john Dryja, Don Remrle. ROW Z: Rohert Iflultema, Nellie Van Deursen, Norma Pearson, Margaret Bott, Ifugene Cliesrow, Lester Singer, Pat Tompkins, Bette Ralin, Olga Rieehes, Row' 5: joseph Berglanrl, Kenneth Cant- well, Iiilmunel Perkins, Arlene Toep- fer, -lean Maslanka, Beatrice Meek, Priscilla Reimer. Row 4: W'eneIalon MacKay, Carmen Triumph, I.eslie I.orts, XX!ilfreil Glorf, Chester Howe, Harry Hillstrom, George Iiurdett, Cliuek Ziehell, Glen Preston, MISS SMITH PIERIOD V ROW 1: Victor Krygowski, Joe Bulanda, Chester Katarzynski, Bob Thul, Tom Mulderink, Phil Staalw. Row 2: Shirley Tragnitz, Shirley Bodza, Betsey DeVore, Joan Bodza, Dorothy Burns, Corinne Van Dyke, Ruth W:1lkc'r, Marie Louise Dussault. Row 5: Evelyn Packinghain, Phyllis Tatgenhorst, Peggy Springer, Patsy Markel, Shirley Runge, Dolores Jones, I.aVerne Barleman. Row 4: Mildred Litton, Lenore Wiirtl, Dorothy McNeil, Rose Heuer, Lillian Chinielewski, Marjory Lemieux, Anna- bell Krug, Wfilma Iiherhordt. MISS STAIIFITER PERIOD III ROW I: Joe Triumph, Shirley Pellce, Harriet Gouwens, Fay Olthofl, Hazel Bettenhausen, Fdith Tysen, Lucy Zirkle, Lorraine Brozek, Jeanne Klein- stein, Gwen Bruggeman. Row 2: Elaine Messerschmidt, Fleanor Smaron, Marilyn Smith, Mary Wotwl- ard, Gertrude Cutie, Lois Berg, June Binette, Betty Wriglit, Dolores Chlebda. Row 5: Joe Kaltwasser, Geraldine Ring, I.aVonne Brown, Barbara Bow- den, Frances Billington, Joyce Gar- diner, Ruth Sheldrake, Lois Cunning- ham, Betty Anderson, Mary Besant. Row 4: Jack Rothermel, Gordon Bies' boer, Charles Bennett, Lorraine Wiiil, Lois Nagel, Betty Ann Hord, Lois Joiner, Lorraine Lenke. MISS STAUFFER PIZRIOD VI ROW 1: James Jones, Jack Mech, Gene Needles, Herman Robertson, Dolores Frederick, Ruth Gurganus, Robert Brown, John Davenport, David Kotrulya. Row 2: Ted Fvans, George McClellan, Joseph Milles, Gordon Cashion, George Hull, John Kornafel, Frank Kolb, Joseph Maleslci. ROW 3: Lester Crawl, Richard Gurzyn- ski, Ralph Boothe, Wilbiir Alfrey, Roland Johnson, Harry Fagan, Harold Kummelehne, Joseph Iigofske, Paul Gross. ROW 4: Iiarl Jessup, lidward Stanquist, Virgil Messinaker, Boh Trykall, Rich- ard Lussenhop, Fred Nasehandt, Don- ald Green, Donald Irwin, John Zi-ga. , t V 5 v . :lf 'I all I U X I 1 1 , 5 f ,X I 1 t V Q I 42 7 4 t f A L Qff VF x Q. , A , 1 f 3 1 w , g 8 , v I 7wJliA html 1, Hi- aga' 92 K i 5 m K S+ 5' Q! ' r tw sm! A 0 i .J 'av fp- W-mars H' i DRIBBLERS Witlm six lettermen returning for the '45-'46 season the team looked forward to a fairly successful year, but events proved otherwise. On November 30 the Flying Clouds journeyed to meet Morton and lost, 60-33. The following week the 1945 home debut was made when the Clouds overwhelmed Harrison Tech, 56-31. The next day the Clouds tasted defeat again, this time at the hands of Argo. December 14 and 15 also saw the Clouds lose home games to Fenger and Cal City, 50-39 and 48-35, respectively. On the 18 and 21 of December the Cats traveled west of Chicago to engage with Proviso and Oak Park of the Suburban League, but they lost, 43-26 and 48-I7 on the respective nights. You may note here that next year Thornton will be a regular member of this Suburban League along with Evanston, New Trier, Wtrtikegan, Morton, the two just mentioned, and another newcomer, Highland. After the murderous defeat at the hands of the Oak Park huskies, the Clouds went downstate to the liast St. Louis holiday tourney. Thornton won the first game from Belleville, 32-26, but lost in the semi-finals to East St. Louis High, which went on to win the contest. The Harvey boys began the new year a little off color by losing to Dundee 72-29 at the Wzttikegan New Year's Tournament. The consolation game saw the Cats defeat Freeport 31-30. EO i if an ? 'D O I E 'X . fx Page 94 49 -. fwt.. N. ,,. ....---.-..-.-. X ,I Q32 . H- ,sl ,tl .-1 Q Oi so .1- 5 -1,-, -. . Q... 1.- ,. 74" ' I ii -61 ,- f SKl'il'li:Xl,l COfXf'lllLS Mi. O. I. KIlI5lII tt MI, K, Pl. l.ipt-, Mi, c,.ll'l lxlL'lIxlL'I1ll.lll, NIL llL'Il1L'lI liritkci, Xlfliilt- tliu rut ot' tlic stiitlcnt hotly xxxis still enjoy- lmys tliwmlvlwtl .I alma tlctisioil, IS- I I. Un l"t'lvrII.1i'y I ing X'.lLIlllOI1 tlic playrrs tr-.im-Ictl to Cal City .intl tht' Ciluutls triwlf.-tl to Dimiiurw Grow .Intl cIIIt'I'lgt'Il Blum IsI.inil on .l.inII.iry I .In-l S .mtl lost lmtli giimw. viiturioiis, IIIIAST in .I ilimlalf mtrriiut- in Iwmlulwly I'Iit- Ciloiitla t-Iigtigutl with lfmnston on .l.1nu.1ry ll tliti most exciting gllllt nt' tliu yuiix intl tlispl.Iyt'tl .In .iltngutlicr new tc.iIn to tlctlxit tlic On l:L'l7I'tI.1fy9 tht-mt1r.lwIm-tIrI'iiI 0,114 Iktrk lltiykiu iinI'tl1sitlcI's. Il-V. l..ltL'I' tlic Cllnutls Inst to Morton t.iiny to tlic l5LItl.I gvin lor .I rttnrn t-Iiglmgt-iiit-lit xxitli lnr Ilit- summit tinn- nt Ilia stuison, -Il-SPI, tlic filnntls .ttlxl tmiiiitul tlitin lui tlic scwiiil tilnc, liolw Aiitlt-mmri. IN.tlI1-Sl.ly on the Varsity for tlic W-Si, Tlit- tlillmxinig Muiiil.1y tlit- Cloiitlx tnnlx tu IMISI two yt-irw IWl.ly'L'tl his l.Ist gminc ot' liigli siliool tht' m.itl lor tht- List tiint- xxlit-n tlity xxtnf In lixgnmttm tninlwtitioii ii iimt XVl1iting on Vl.Inu.iry 30, lint tliu .intl wut- truiimt-tl. ll-26. 2' 7 O ., , F Y. N - 5 -t 'IM gui-'J 651 ff by I I Xx. Paga' 95 VARSITY liASKliTl3Al.l. TliAlNl Row I: jetli Hunter, Richard Kulloway, Bruce Smith. ROW .21 Ruger lirebel, Huh Anderson, lilvin liroxxri, liob Shymkus, Gerald Jacobs. Row Q: Curt Hanes, Alerrv XXfuiastyk, Dave Koss, Bob Albrecht, Don Vi'ilIiams, Chuck lfustis, Bob Bt-ek, Clark ot' Hammond came here on lfebruary I5 to be defeated, 'il-37. The next day the Cats lost again, this time to Blue Island, 413-31. The final game of the season was played on February 25 when Joliet came here and defeated the Cats, -13-717. The regular team was generally made up of Bob Anderson and Dick Kolloway at forward with Denny Tulfanelli, Bob Shymkus, and Bruce Smith as their substitutes. The center position was held down by Elvin Brown with Bob Albrecht as his understudy, The guard positions were played by Roger Iirebel and Gerald jacob. Cluick Eustis was the first substitute at this position, so he earned a Varsity award along with all of those just mentioned. FROSIIASOPII llASKliTliAl.l. TEAM Row I: Gene Summa, Charles liiuoks. ROW 1: livan Roberts, Bob Ash, Don Robertson, Bob Rubendunst, john Ford, Cfhuclr Romer, Vfayne Benson. Row 5: llub liinette. l'aul Palmer, Robert Isaac, Roger vlorgenson, Harold Kellogg, Bill Fredricks, Roger Conant. ki s f f 2 0 ff! GEM Mfr, L .ZA an if - .... 'U I l::f E ti QL kt -C 0. 1 w657f, 1 ,lff51 ' After the first semester, Bob Anderson left for the army, so Don Robertson moved up from the Frosh-Soph to take his place. Witlm the Joliet game just a mem- orythemnnfonnsandtherestofthe eqununent were packed away, and the 1945-46 Thornton Varsity bas- ketball season was a matter of record. Although the boys did not do too weH by lodng Mxufn ganms and winning only Mx, they gained the one thing which will be the biggest help next year, experience. 0 X N 1' N' V ' -s .JV .4 ,3- l J 'g: w 5 : . i 1 .. tALBRscHT 'I A, . A l l 5 . ANDERSON N.: :IGH ' 4 U! 'l an N 1 k I l .f - 1 x X' 'll . V' ' l f NV .fx JACOBS 5HVMku3i .i " -4A 1 5 y' VA rt M g l'xl W -,, . N EUSTLS BROWN SMITH mfg l l 47" li AA BOARD G.A,A. l.lfADliRS Row' li l5l1u,1 Cmlltgus, lltll Solwlx, lltll Xxlllflllltlll, ,Ioycc Row li lftlrtli Horn, l.ouisu liroxxn, l,.1t Sulnk, 111.111 Ll1.1tl V.1r11l11i1lw1-1.14, lll.!IlW.ll.I ii11os1'l11'1p Rose l'r.1tl11-1, Stn-ll.1 H1-r, -llhlll lxlL'KllWl7L'l1. low I: -lktllllllllk' ll.lk'.lI1, Sup lluston, SLINIII llk'.lNlL'y, ll.lIl'lL'I Row li Lois l,.lg1tl'l.l, Virgini.t SlI4lXK'L'I', lxl.lIl.ll1Dk' l,.ll.IIl1lk Aloms, lirttx lxrtps, lxl.lll.IIll1k' l..ll.lIlllk', Ro M.11i.1n V.lI1xlL'I1lWC'lj.1. Anntttr Siuitlt, Ci11't.1 l'cttL-tsrri, lk-ts cll.lI'l'i, Doris SL'l1CN.li'. fullllil Ko1'st1r. W 21: c.LlI'IUL'llLl Firm-tto, lNlincttc Nt-lson,lill1-n Sunoii. lS.11lw.111 l:l'L'll1lWVl'. PQI! WLlI'IIl11ll1. lwvcc V.111tl1'i1l11-lu. l'1iscill.1 llirstli Ciciiwicw Alolinson, lit-ttx' Kotsit-1, HIPPOLVTFl'S GIRLS You 1lon't ll.lYC to ln- IU.l5LUllIlC to lx- nn .lthlctc .tt Pllllllflllllll. XXI- lint- our own l5f.lIlkl ol' licrnnlc klllllL'lL'S in tlic Ciirls Atlilctit Association. This club is Llnkltf tl11' tlirtmtion ol' .1 GAA Bo.1r1l tomposctl of otliwrs .intl ing-inlm-rs who t.1l11' tlurgc of tlm v.1rious sports SLMISOIIS. Alter .1 girl l1t1s tomplv.-tc1l tl1rcc sports sc.1sons slic rctttiws nun1cr.1ls, tlic .1lwlur111'i.1t1'1l form ol' licr fl.1ss number. Upon the tomplction ol' tive sports 50.150115 slic receives Ll fllfCC-lDLill .mtl it tlic girl .ts .1 junior continually shows intcrcst in tl1c GAA .unl lms complctctl tive sports SLMISOIIS. sl1c ruciws .1 live- incli To .1ssist the tc.11'l1crs, GAA stutlcnt lt-t11lcrs .1r14 chosen for tlicir OLllSlLlIlkllIltL1 ability in IWllySlLXll Qklllhl- tion work, lctulcrship. 11n1l dv.-pcn1l.1bility. SWIMMING HROUIID THE UJURLD The nations ot' thc worltl got togt-tht-r antl Hhatl a night" at 'I'hornton's natatorium last liall in thc form ot' a swiininintrg pageant sponsort-tl hy the Girls' Ath- lutif Association. Switzcrlautl, lfinlantl. Russia, China, Hawaii, Brazil, .intl tht- Unitctl States wcrc rcprcscntul. Tlicrt- wort- many lwt-autilul formations using thc slow sitlc strokt-, gr ,tx Ja' . b A 7, 1 I Q v ' I V antl thcrc wcrc some fast moving onus using thc trawl, Tlicrc wcrtr slow, easy swan tlivcs as wcll is last gaincrs. lialli-gaincrs, antl a ''liorsc-antl-ritlt'r The autlicncc howlctl with lauglitcr at thc night shirt relay and at thc tloulwlc dolphins who tame from untlcr the watt-r tutirig thc oppositu tlirution. fy -tx -4111" mi f, i W 1 i mx AQ Page I 00 u-V The spring is coming - Up from the green-locked southern hills, Floating its breath of daffodils, Through the babble of the stream - Spring, that comes when humans dream ,c.... zz xv fr, -'4 ' ! FLIIG DIW Flag day is the time when seniors make their debut in graduation caps and gowns. Although it is a day of joy, it is also a day of solemnity. In l9l-4 the senior class presented Thorn- ton with a flag pole and a silk American flag. The flag was flown from the pole only a short time day by day, due to its perishability. Since then each gradu- ating class gives to the junior class a new flag for use during the following year. Under the American flag is flown the service flag. The one blue star represents 3,366 men and women in the armed forces of our country and one gold star represents 71 Thorntonites who died for their country. This flag was presented to the school by the Parent- Teacher Association of Thornton Township High School and Junior College. ice to the school. bers. iw' MQNUX r lift I ,ig ' L 5,1 '91 W if -V ,fr i " z ' i i',, iAl A 1 :rj 5 I One of the greatest honors that can come to a student of Thornton is to be chosen 1 member of the National Honor Society. Qualification for membership is based on scholarship, character, leadership, and serx Tal-:ing charge of the war bonds and stamps has been one of the duties of Thorn ton Township National Honor Society mem Thornton's local honor roll requires an average of 4i.l or "B" plus, through the four years of high school. Thus automatically qualified to membership on the Thornton Honor Roll were sixty seniors in 1945. IHORNTON HONOR ROH. Row' l: FILHHIIIL' Knapp. lflc.111-n' Mutluv, N.u'y Ripplingcr, I'l.lI'I'iL't DL-Young, Dumthy Pin-lpx K.1tlu-1lm- K4-lmlc, slmrplmxlwq Za-gl, Hctty .l.lbllI1YllNki, ,Lukiu ,I.lt'kl11.lH. ROW' J: Nnmv ckiNf.lI'1l, Auguxt Vrslwk, Allwrt 'l'lm'rn.m, Ifugum' CQr.1wm1icIx. Durix Gay. l'lk'.lI1Ol Saluw. Annu M.u'lu-1, CQwu'gL'ttL- Ale-Llmlux. Row' it ,lwhn lmlltgllw-tts.Cyn-ungvC..ukcv,imvxguCQI.11k. flmvl V.u1JL1Klnot, Jill! fll-lllw. fill-ll'l4'N ,,. . , . , lk-sg-111.111, lmm.1Ann Iivck, Inu Nufxgzr, Mlm' XX nltfuld. X lllllllhl Imp. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIIZTY Row' l: K.atlu-rimA Kuljlu, I..mrcl B.lI'l1L'ff,NOI'Il1.l l?lu11.m,M.uy RIPPliHgL'l,I:lk'.lI1Ol lN1utlcy,Durutl1g Plwlpx l5.l1'lm1'.1 Dwtlmll, vlmuphlm- Zvpl, ,lnckw v'.lL'kIH.lI1, A1.ll'llYH lJI'L'fIl.lH, Mary lngwcrsnm ROW li fiilllil V.1mlul liluut, N.lm'y fzi5fllI'U, Auyuxt Vrwhuk, Allu-nr 'l'l1iurn.m. liulucm- CQl'JlSSll1iC'k IEILIHOIA S.1Iuw, Anim MAL' lNI.1dwr, Guvxgctlu 1'Klcx.1mlL'r, Amirry Saluvln-fivld, Hugh Hmlgsun Luis I,L'lAkil19. Row R1 liutlm PUfl'.1fkL'. Vlwlm 'l'm11'tcll11tc, Guw1'g.:n- Cnxkuy, Clcnxggn- f.I.uk, -I.nm'x Cllmrlc-S, Cllmrlcr IScsL'm.1n, Ifnmm Ann link, Luis Nwfgcr, M.1ry XX'hitfw1xl. Rsmlliu I..ll.lI11i1', l,ms I'sl.lllLll, vllllll Voss Page 103 A , A XXfhile the Cflass ol Mio waits for the signal to hegin its tinal protession as seniors, minds wantler haek to the tlay when its members enteretl Thornton as lireshinen. 'lihey remember how frightenetl they were at the seemingly entlless corritlors, anel how they rushetl with anxiety to classes, only to lintl that the eloek had jumpetl aheatl or that someone hatl menaef ingly thangetl the numhers on the tloors ol' the elassrooins. Ni l D Mees. Xtflfffl' f,'I.1ii l'ri11t'fjf.1f. VIVE LH SEIIIDR GLHSS SENIOR CLASS OFFICQIZRS Keith Pzulgett, Fin! Vin' l'rwi- dull: Lou johnson, Sti'r'tl.n'1.' Gene Bell, I'1'widw11.' Betty Kreps, Tren1i'11rw',' Esther Paiak, SLTHIIJ l 'fre l,!L'tf:f4'l1f. Memories ol' their sophomore year were as liappy as they were numerous. Looking tlown on the intom- ing freshmen was eonsitleretl great sport. Asitle from these pranks, seholastie progress movetl along their pathway, anal the Class ot' '-in atlvaneetl another rung on the latltler of progress as its members lweeame juniors. lf anyone shoultl ask what memories of the junior year were the fullest antl most exciting, inevitalwly SENIOR SliNA'I'lT ROW lt May Burt, Betty Kreps, Lou Johnson. listher l'ai.lk Gene Bell, Keith l'atl3.1ett, I I y A Row 2: ,lean Staleup, -lanet Dunham. Priscilla l,arinoll, .lo Anne Sclunitlt, Lorraine Fruclilielr, Gloria Antlers-fu, l'at Siilell, B-wh Scuphain. Donaltl Piles. Row 3: Burl cilllllflllll, Melvin Deliralf, XX'illis lloek, .luh Bennett, Ira DeYoung, Roger Fiehel, Marvin Austin, Ge-wigs Oldham. .tmwyrx wnultl inclutlti thc prom. clotting .1 Mn' Queen, .intl having inuinhcrs ol their tl.1Ss on tht' Varsity .ithlutit ttnuns, l'rnh.ihly tht' last yt-.ir is thc innst cxtiting. It w.is tht' yur whith turns stutlcnts out into thu wurltl with tht' grtgit n.unt- nt' 'llinrnton urging them t'nrw.u'tl tn slit LMS. Thu SUllglll'li0!'-gthll is gr.itlu.1tiun, .intl with tht' N 1 . . k N . ' . . . "X ' - K" K ' l'. l thtu' iI.tw Vfllltlfill tm' tht- l.1st thru- yt-.irs, thtir :I -, ligiml w.1s i-tiitlititl. D I 1 inf" V' r . 1 . E fi QA : .. xr K, - 7 . ' v N ,"if'f ' -' ' uimDi'A'i'inx tsuifizs 'Q 'F' 1, Row li littw littkti, 'lt'-111 fiist, Al.lIt'l.l Uwtnx, , 1. W , A liuyrihiilg,mllI.iiliitlttu 'gan tl rllzilxi ll ll I v 'I IL" tl. V 9vx.d.fll' 4 Row' 1: Di-in Siiiw.1i,l.i-ix hw- --Q-. . lxtrri. Min' Hi-w.iitl klunt' Yi-Ilwttlit. klthlllll Mfq. flr Sthmitlt, D.vnn.1 Spiim, 9' " Qu Annt'tt.t Suuth. limtiitt ' ' il-lIl'L'l'i, ,IVNIOR NATIONAIA HONOR SOCQIIZTY Row li Diuix SL'!1LN.lL'. blunt' Skit, ll.l!'I'lL'flL qlunu. litutiitt lurul-Q, Dt-lt-it-N VlYIltll.lL'L'li, lxl.ll'L'l.l Uwtnx, Lim l,.lgUll.l, ALIIT Ciuthx itz Row 1: l'iixt'ill.i l..uinnll, l'l.lll3.ll'.l Draw, Mui' Hnw.uxl -lmiiiiiiiv filllllK'lllL'. NL'l.tnic lluigliw, Anut'tt.i Smith, lwtlitii' l,.ll.lli. llttw lm-ktii-, ,lintn Cfiixr, blunt- Vulhiulir. ROW 5: .lun li.ilu-r, Cliunphcll Mtffuimt-ll, liulw Atlinr, rl-llUI11.lN v.lIl lfttcn, Huh Cfuiiiicll, slim lit-tliclt Cli.u'lt-N Strgint-ii, Aiugiixt Rint'll.1. r l ia " CLIISS IRWIN ABRAHAM ROBERT FULTON ACHOR NORMAN ACOUAVIVA VINCENT ADRAGNA ARTHUR ALBRECHT EDWARD ALBRECHT HERBERT ALEXANDER DON ALLISON CAROL AMES BONNIE ANDERSON COLLEEN ANDERSON GLORIA ANDERSON LE ROY ANDERSON MILDRED H. ANDERSON ROBERT E. ANDERSON SHIRLEY C. ANDERSON GEORGE ANELLO LYMAN EADS ANFIELD HARVEY RAY ANKER JANE ANKER GLORIA APKER MARY ARMINGTON ELLA ARNDT A1 ,algf Q4 'lar Y 46 2-...v" MARVIN L. AUSTIN HENRY H. BAASCH GEORGE BACKUS JIM BAKER PAUL BAKKER BARBARA BALKE PHYLLIS BALLARD STANLEY BARWOCK JOHN BASISTA MELVIN BEAGLE BETSY BECKER GENE BELL KENNETH J. BELZ LAVONNE BENDLE JEANIE BENNETT JOHN BENNETT ALEX BER DONN BERKLEY LEO BERNARDI DONALD BERTA DUANE ROBERT BIELEFELDT EVELYN MARIE BIERNAT WILMA BILLINGTON .f fp iw Xie ' 7 if A wg A E Y Qi ' I r I WILLIAM BILLS DOROTHY BITTNER BONNIE BLACK .IEANNE BLAKEMORE , -qv.- . , fb SP f YS! HENRY W. BLANKE WILLIAM BLOCK RODNEY BLONQUIST MARY BODRY DOLORES R. BOGAN -5' 33381. 1-if , AROXIE BOGHASEN RICHARD W. BOOKHAM NORMAN BOOTHE CARL BORMAN EVELYN BOSTROM 5 3? VERA BOSWELL CAROLYN MAE BOUDREAU BETTY JANE BOYENS KENNETH BOYER JALETTA BRADFORD . Q31 ALEX J. BRANDENBERG DELORES BRANDY JACK BRASSFIELD ETHEL JO BREITENFELD 1 Q Www.-wr 4 1 N. CHARLES F. BREMIGAN NORMAN R. BREYFOGLE LILLIAN M. BRINDZA MARY ANNE BRODERICK EARL BROOKS ERNEST BROOKS GE MARJORIE BROUWERS ELVIN L. BROWN HOWARD BRYANT vu. L., HARLAN BROCKMAN M af UF RGETTE BROSSARD I JIM BRYSON 5 -5 ' M x F . HARRY BROTAN GLORIA BUCHL EDWARD sums JEAN sunk MAY sunr KENNETH suss MARION BUTE RICHARD CALDWELL ARTHUR CAMPBELL LAWRENCE CARLSSON HELEN L. CARR G 'ig 'WM' I - NS 46 SUZANNE DAVIS MAXINE DE BOK MILTON EUGENE DEGENHART CAROL DE GRAFF R X .X-' Ng ww ' 1- ' MELVIN DE GRAFF LAVERNE DEICHEN ANNA MARIE DEJANOVICH WILLIAM DENNIS IRA DE YOUNG SHIRLEY DE YOUNG ROBERT J. DICKELMAN ADELINE DICKINSON 53. GEORGE DOMMER VIRGIL C. DONALDSON DOROTHY MARIE DONELSON DONA D. DOWNS BARBARA ANN DREW GEORGE DUELL JUANITA DUNCAN JOHN E. DeVRIES 4121 RICHARD DICKMAN EDNA DRENTH X JANET DUNHAM GLIISS MARY K. EGEIRECHI MARIE LOUISE EGOFSKE PAULINE ELLISON JACKIE ELMORE CAROL JEAN EMERSON l FOREST EVANS GERRIT EYLANDER CAROL L. FAGAN MARLON FEIN WILLIAM PALMER FENWICK SPIRO FETSIS MARJORIE ELLIS MARTHA M. ELLIS F, i. WILLIAM ERMAN KARL EUGENE ERTL LEWIS FAIRBAIRN FRANK FALKNOR D. R. FINNEY GLORIA M. FIORETTI 4 FRANK FOUTS ROSEMARY FLICKINGER WALTER FITSCHEN SHIRLEY FISHER 19 5 VESTA MAE FRANK DOLORES J. FRANSEN ROGER FREBEL 1 F. KEN FREMOUW DONALD FRISKE DORIS E. FRITSCHE USU' br s AMY L. FREDERICK LORRAINE RUTH FROEHLICH ANTHONY F. FRONCZAK it L FLORA GALLEGOS BOBBIE RUTH GATTIS ROBERT J. FROSCH KENNETH FULTON DORIS GALLAGHER . 3 G7 F f K h, T X... I A i ima' . 15553 1 -f'1f-'-22 -Sci: ff' ialie?-I ,WW LYLE GENENS BERNARD E. GENTRY MARJORIE GERODIMOS KENNETH GIBBON NORMA GITERSONKE HELEN GJERDE JOHN GLAESER TES DOROTHY IRENE GLOVER MARY ANN GLUSAC CLFISS MILDRED GOESEL GLORIA GOLD BARBARA GOOSTREE LOIS JUNE GOWENS mms c:-RAYBAREK ooNALo GRAFF JAMES H. GRAIZIGER JoHN FRANCIS cnmxowsxn GWEN GRAY HAROLD I. GREER CORRINE GREINER ILENE MAE GROENEVELD DOROTHY GRONROSE GLORIA GRONWALL ALEX GRZYBOWSKI DOROTHY GULLETT BETTY GURGANUS BARBARA GUSTAFSON MARY TAYLOR GUTHRIE 'QA' .na g + JI, P . L43 yy' ,V , 4 . , .W ' ,, ' ft! .i""3:'f' f.. RUTH GUTHRIE WILLIAM H. HAASE BYRON HAINES FRANCES HARDING TX X JACK HARDING EVELYN LEAH HARMS RUSSELL HART JAMES HAWKEN 0F ETHEL MAE HAWKINS LEONARD HAWRYSIO PHILIP L. HAYES DONALD HEATH KEITH HEBBLE SX. I ALICE HEINTZ VERNON HENTSCH ELEANORE M. HERMAN 'G-,I JOHN STANFORD HOBSON PATRICIA HOCK WILLIS HOCK KENNETH HOLLEMAN HERBERT HOLM QI Q RICHARD W. HESS BETTY HOFFMAN ROBERT L. HOLM DOLORES HOBBS nAvMoNn D. Homin MARY ELIZABETH HOWARD ffw A . . - j A v . 'T iff ,A .6 M, A . S I . -Q 1 lv . Q V CLIISS 21 ESKIN HUFF MELANIE EILEEN HUGHES H. ELAINE HUSTON SYLVIA ELAINE IPPEL CHARLES IRELAND JOHN IVARSON GERALD JACOBS ROSEMARY JACOBS CORA JANSMA ,Q I JOHN WALTER JAROSE DORIS JEAN JESSUP BILLIE JEZEK HAROLDINE L. JOHNSON LOU JOHNSON 3- A . fl P HARRIETTE JONES MARIAN JONES GEORGE KALMAN JOSEPH GOTTLIEB KALTWASSER VICTOR KAMINSKI x I . I Azfiiixffi ' mme s. KAPLAN HARRY E. KATZMAN LORRAINE KAuss JOHN EDWARD KAvls 19 46 UF JAMES KELLOGG .IEANETTE KELLOGG IX X CHARLES KELLEY DOROTHY KELLOGG - a S . . :S fs ' 1 i? - ' x my N 'F SSH:-, 1 ' l WALTER KEMNITZ ROBERT GLENN KENNEDY LOIS KERR ESTHER KEYS ELEANORE KITCHEN 9 6. I If AE 'V I DOROTHY KLEIN JOSEPHINE KLIMALA ANN KOCHARSKI LAVERNE KOHLMAN WALTER KOLLMANN 'W CARL KORDEWICH DAVID KOSS MICHAEL W. KOT VIRGINIA KRANTZ GEORGE W. KREIS ,. ..., .gs A a x Exsls M. KRELL aerrv KREP5 MARGARET Kun-INLE ROY KUKRAL CLIISS EVELYN LALLAK ROBERT LANGE ERNEST E. LANGREDER PRISCILLA LARINOFF fb 1 If YN PAUL LAVERN LAROCHE MARGARET LOU LASATER HELEN LERO DON LETURNO DOUGLAS LINDE ffm BERNICE LINDQUIST LORRAINE LISTER MURVILLE H. LITTON BYRON LIVINGSTON PATRICK J LLOYD JULIUS LOCICERO GLENNA LONG RUBY LONG DOROTHY LUCHT KEITH H LYRLA JOHN EDWARD MacDONALD JAMES FRANCIS MAGUIRE GENEVIEVE MAKSELAN BONNIE J. MANGOLD L ROBERT MARLATT VINCENT L. MAREK BETTY MARKES DOLORES FAY MARTENS ANNETTE M. MARTIN RONALD MASON EDWARD MATHIEU JOYCE MATTHEWS ELLEN MAYERCHIK JEANNETTE MAZUR JOYCE McARTHUR CAMPBELL McCONNELL OTHO McFARLAND EVELYN JUNE McGOWAN JAMES McGOWAN BETTY McLAREN MARY THERESE McLAREN JAMES McMANUS EDMUND RICHARD MECH RICHARD MEENAN BARBARA MENDRISKI ELDON MESSERSCHMIDT WILLIAM METZGER CLIISS RUTH MICHAEL RAY MICHALSKI PAUL EDWARD MILLER PHILIP ALAN MILLER In J .5 'lel ,J- .+.?w , Jai ITN I 'N . F S' F- K' K SHIRLEY MILLER THEODORE F. MILLER JACK R. MILLS RUTH MOCCO MARGARET MOHNEY WX ,QQ my '. EDWARD F. MOHR RICHARD N. MOODY KEN MORETON ROBERT MORRIS THELMA MORRIS M, L! fv- YVONNE RUTH MORSE MILDRED MOSSEL WALTER MURAWSKI WALTER MYSLIWIEC KENNETH LAURENCE NAGEL ALICE JANE NEAL PATRICIA NEELY ROBERT NEWBY JOHN EMIL NOMES 19 1. 0' OF JOYCE NOWICKE DONALD 0'CONNOR LORETTA OHRVALL GEORGE OLDHAM lg WILLIAM F. O'LEARY LOU OLSEN MILDRED OLSON SHIRLIEY OLTHOFF PATRICIA ORTEGEL .iii .f MARCIA OWENSJ CARYL PAARLBERG KEITH PADGETT LOIS PAGORIA ESTHER PAJAK ,477 :,. 1, 5 yu f ,ai ggyxa. Q., EDWARD J. PAJOR 46 GERALD M. PALS ERMINIA PANOZZO PETER PANOZIO PAUL PARENT MARION PARTRIDGE "' r WILLIAM R, PAUL JEANNINE PAYAN SUSAN PEASLEY 15, ,f 4 3' xr- . ARLYNE LOU PEIGUSS ROBERT WILLIAM PEKAREK MARIE PEARL PETERS DUANE R. PETERSEN ELSIE MAE PETERSON MARILYN PFEIFER JANE PILLNIK JOSEPH POLANSKI STANLEY POLANSKI IRENE POULOS DOROTHY E. PRINCE BETTY JANE PROPER LORETTA PRYGOCKI BILL PURDEN FI' I E3 .Q .K .. S5 N, X. L , :K . "I ELM, X :!...,-im, A ' ,W i. ,Q ' .V 75.55.01-j A 1 I -w"1 , M .. ' -,.A,.r DONALD PYLE RICHARD RAMPKE BEATRICE JEAN RANNEY BARBRA .IOY REEVES THEODORE H. REIMER HELEN E. REMKUS MARY RICHARDS CHARLES RIES DOLORES RING cuass 'F 'gif EDWARD RING .l Vg. - ., , lk DOLORE9 CECILIA ROBERI5 MARY ALICE ROBERTS MARIAN ROCHE PEARL H. ROESNER WAYNE P. ROGERS . -2 Q :- N -S1 Ai 3N:,iiigg5E fx-54 gm Q' x R F59 A AMELIA ROONEY FXESSIE ROSEBOROUGH VASHTI ROSEMON JAMES ROSSING xii M ' . .2 Q sf Sfgxg O . RQ ? Of 5 x .:bSF.! ,. S Y ROBERT E. SALTER BETTY RUDIN MARHYN RUNGE DONNA RYSKAMP HELENE Sf, DENIS 54. 'df' SADIE SANDERS DOLORE5 SARNOWSKI ERNESI SAYR: JOHN SCHAAP CAROL SCHILLER - MAE RUTH BCHLINGER ELEANOR SCHMIDT JO-ANNE SCHMIDI CLIISS . R, ,,:, I DOLOPE9 SCHNERING LOIA SCHNURLEIN RUDY SCHREIBER sax, 4l,5 ROBERT SCUPHAM MARILYN SELIGMAN DORIS SENESAC IORRAINE SEPUT I' 2 e gg' -11 3a,52,2',2,Q.T, 'f.+imIi6ff:.' JAMES Sl'IELIfUrI: YVIIIUL L,-4 TWV SHORI MAY? JO SHORT ROBERT SHYMKUS STEVEN ALEXANUH4 WH-IKO HIANLFY SIERLIGA HARRY SIMMS EUGENIE SIPEK .IUNETTA MADRCRII- I471' HKIIYN K,5L,,jItX,'fMr-,I ral SMACA RICHARD SMALL if ' Q EDWARD scott I1 4 A 5 gi I - 1 3??,gZ1'gIf? - fff'4s?E ,f . . 'rjfsgi 1 .:Jr 5 ' ' If F 1 9 I 9 . I Q ,M f , f . QS? I P - ' fe' .511 1 1 'QT G' -. - Q , . IE' I I cr.,11?' I O is ' V. N I .1 'nl K' -' -hmgpf WALTER L. SEPUT PATRICIA SIDELL JEAN SKERRY 46 RAY SMARON WARREN SMART ANNETTA MAY SMITH BEATRICE G. SMITH RICHARD SMITH HELEN SMUSKEWICZ KENNETH SOYK DONNA SPINA PHIL STAAB - an , JEAN STALCUP GWENDOLYN D. STAPLES EDWARD STARK CHARLES STEGMEIR MARIE STEHL FRED F. STEINER HARVEY STEVENS ROBERT STEVENS NAOMI D. STIBOLT ANNA MAE STOCKMAN - CLARENCE STOMP PAUL STRACKE WILLIAM STRAWBRIDGE BARNEY STUART Q 4 CLH55 .5 L 'ill' "F""Hi' A HUBLETYE YEYIWOUR SUSAYEV ETHEL MAE SWEAT! JO'-EPH SW -1 INGLE ,IU RAK FR:,N'E,'v TAVVZER ?UN!CE TAYLOR LOIS' CARYOL '1 TAYLO DORIS LL ',"H N - 'rf Q 4'- 51 Q- , , ,- K 4-,. 1 Q T HI '95- .5 X ,fic :pi 2 Ss' C' 105 , 'N Wg- xh Wg., - if A. f ,f ,yx K :":'1 - ,wma ' X A f' ' WH 'C:1'Cl 5 .c m : 1 u 6.51 uwrw-an-nw ew my Q: KENNETH TRUMPEY BEATRICE MAE TUREK HELEN TURNBULL JUANITA A. TURNLEY MILDRED TYSSE GERTRUDE VANBAREN ws. , AGNES VANDER GIESSEN HENRY VANDER GIESSEN LEONA VANDRUNEN D. THOMAS VAN ETTEN JUNE VOLBRECHT kk .i x As ,X . V , I fe A A .. R A - BEATRICE VANDENBERG JOYCE VAN DERAA LUCILLE VANDERAA CORNELIUS VANDER HEYDEN RICHARD VANDER WOUDE NORMAN VAN DEURSEN fv CAROL VAN WIE ANNETTA C. VAUGHT WILFRED VELDHUIS DOLORES ROSE VONDRACEK LAVONNE VREEMAN NELLIE VROEGH CLHSS aww 'L . ,111 .S DONALD VROOMAN BETTY WADDELL JAMES WADDELL NORMA WALTON RAYMOND B. WELCH GERALDINE RAE WERNER MURIEL WERNICKE FLORENCE WESNER CONSTANCE L. WHEELDON ,v EDWARD C. WICK GENE M. WILKINSON GEORGE WILLIAMS ELLEN MAE WILLIAMSON HERBERT WILLS amp I Y BARBARA WILSON A AURELIA WOLTER LLOYD WINFREY MAY ANN WISEMAN FRANK WITVOET FRED WOJCIEHOWSKI F I Swfxkk E ELIZABETH WOOD JUNE WOOD MARVIN J. WOODSTRUP 1946 GUY EDWARD WOOLMS NEIL WORCESTER HELEN XENICK LOUISE YADRON CLIISS 0F 1946 HENRY YONKMAN NORMAN ZEHNER DOROTHY MAE ZILSKE MARY S. ZINN THORllT0ll'S BRHUE On December 7, 1941, World War II was declared. After that date more than three thousand Thornton students and faculty members left to defend the ideals of their country. They left their studies, their friends, and their homes. They went thousands of miles to foreign lands, fought on strange soil, and invaded the clouds. Some fought with guns, some with fountain pens, some with foods, and some with their ingenuity in scientific developments. Still more fought at home with acetylene torches and rivet guns. Some came home victoriously with souvenirs from far off lands. Some stayed overseas in occupation armies. And some will always stay there, row on row. All of them, rich or poor, dead or living, sacrificed that the ones at home might be safe. Now it is over. Some are returning to their studies here and in other schools. Some appear in the senior section of this yearbook. And some are still across the ocean and in hospitals. To these and to those who helped them and waited for them, all honor! GLENN M. ZORNIG Page I29 p-----.-0, . .. 'Q' . l .s, r si-' ALL-GIRL ORCHESTRA Melanie Hughes, Harriette jones, Leona Lange, Aurelia Wrmlter, Lois Vfaaso, Mary jean Ralph, Ethel ,lo Breitenfeld, Muriel Clark, Mr. L. A. Hopkins, Norma Gitersonke, Shirley Vlfilliamson, Marian Hillger, and Laurel Rae Barnett. 'Z' a 4 s Ulf In 1944, a group of gurls from the Bind and the Orchestra who wanted to learn dance music got together after school for some "jam sessions," and later organized as the "All Girl Orchestra." This organization plays at parties at school and at outside engage- ments. "Music is a document of human experience recorded in movement and sound." This harkens to the advanced music appre- ciation course, a subject available for students who have a deep interest in music and who want to study further its history, its medium, and its composers from primitive man to the present day. The Orchestra, an outstanding feature of the Music Department, may be heard during the year at various functions, such as the Girls' and Boys' Club play, the junior Col- lege play, and the Senior play. It is also called upon by the community to play at the Optimist Forums. ORCHESTRA ROW li Shirley Jackson, Dorothy Terrell, Barbara Drew, Charity KtlL'PCf, Rallpll Ball, Pat WcAbe1', Phyllis Couwenhoven, Bob Nelson, Herbert Butler. ROW 2: Robert Skye, Mary Xwoulfe, Carolyn Roney. Bob Aehor, Harriette jones, Beatrice Ranney, Charles Bennett, lithel .Io Breitenfeld, Muriel XX'er- nicke, Milton Degenhart, Nor- ma Gitersonke. ROW 3: Arlene Bischel. Suzanne Holmes, Teunis Paarlberg, Bill Haase. THERE'S MUSIC Ill THE IIIR During the Christmas season the Orchestra with other groups in the Music Department presents the annual Christmas concert. Toward the encl of the school year this group plays its part in the annual Spring Concert. Four years ago several girls from the Girls' Choir volunteered to form a singing group known as the Girls' lNlatlrigal. Later the name was changetl to Keyclets. The group performs at assemblies, the Christmas concert, Spring concert, ancl various women's clubs. During the Elizabethan Era it was the custom for groups of singers to gather arountl a table and sing without accompaniment. From this custom the singers obtainetl the name "maclrigal," which refers to an unaccompanietl chorus. The Chorus is one of the active musical groups in KFYDFTS Anita Court, Flora Gallegos, l.ois Joiner, Atlela Swenson, Shirley Lorenz. Gloria Rhintl. Gertrude Lucius, Anita Cole- bourn, Connie Farrell. Gloria Houston, Susanne Soenksen, -lean Furth, Alice Henry. Nfl! in pit'l1n't.' l,aVonne Brown, liarbaia -I. Nanas. .lacqueline Reichert. Thornton. This organization proclucecl Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance" on March 8 ancl 9 to capacity audiences. The Chorus also took part in the Spring Music Festival, which was heltl May I0 and ll. Bob Achor clirectetl the chorus in its part of the annual Christmas concert. The Girls' Choir serves as a musical organization for the benefit antl enjoyment of its members. The girls perform at various assemblies, the Christmas concert, and the Spring Festival. The Girls' Glee Club was organized in recent years to answer the girls' increasing tlemantl for vocal practice and training. In the Boys' Glee Club the boys learn proper tech- niques in singing. This group performs at the Spring Festival and the Christmas Concert. MADRIGAI. Row l: .loan VUinkler. Carolyn lireetlen, Carol Cummings, Flva Dalenburg, Connie Vancler Kloot. Charlotte Huston. ROW 2: Phil Hayes, Bob Achor, Carl Christianson, joe Youngblood. XWilson Reetl. !5e.7?Ht.i'l .. ti . 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A , A R5 NJ-L' Lfy 'f - -v ' 3' , if 11. , 4.5'jg.'f'm3 'vt' ig k Q. .ff BAND ROW I: Phyllis Couwenhoven, Pat Weber, Tom Van Etten, Carolyn Boudreau, Robert Milligan, Leona Lange, Aurelia Wolter, Beatrice Ranney. Row 1: Milo Backus, Ralph Ball, Edward Buthe, George Fikrle, Norman Goebel, Elmer Hamning, Neil Worcester, Chester Gratkoewski, jackie Ford, Norma Gitersonke, Milton Degenhart, Irene Tatgenhorst, Marvin jacobs, Betty Hord, Row 5: Delia Boyens, Yvonne Haines, Merle Hanihan, Harvey Anker, Bob Wilkinstxri, Robert Charles, Bill Fantz, Neil Kretzer, Roger Schreiber, Bill Largent, Harold Stump, William Boede, Richard Lussenhop, john Ford, jack De Vries, Don Leturno, Ethel jo Breitenfeld. Row 4: Shirley Schmidt, Marie Maplesden, janet Adam, Pat jersey, Mary Therese Beaupre, Roberto Malito, Yvonne Morse, Bill Covert, Herbert Rau, john Weaver, Bob Kreis, Roland Straube, Wilbur Alfrey, Robert Isaac, Charles Rouse, joe Youngblood, Charles Bennett. Row 5: joe Wise, jeannine Payan, Claire Hughes, Robert Podgorny, john Walker, Charles janus, Bill Haase, Teunis Paarlberg, Gerald Burton. Under the direction of Mr. Lyle Hopkins the Band plays at football and basketball games, assemblies, and other programs. Each year the seniors march at commencement to the traditional "Pomp and Cir- cumstance" played by the Band. This year for the first time all freshmen interested in the Band are required to participate in instrumental classes. The Band elects its own officers. This year they D . . 'J , X, Ap, Page I3-I are: president, Neil Worchester, vice president, Don Leturnog secretary, Betty Ann Hordg and treasurer, Ethel jo Breitenfeld. Besides all its other activities the Band presented its seventeenth annual Spring Concert this year. On the walls of Room 147 numerous plaques may be seen, which represent the many contests in which the band has participated and received awards. X B I N ev l Se' 1 229,65 I A' Ll fri 9 P . 5, ,I k.' . In 'V 'l'XX'lRl.ING CORPS Mildred Olson, Bonnie Abrahlm Normajune Lintner, Dorothy Hobbs, Jacqueline Irwin, Kather ine Greenwell, Yvonne Morse TUJIRLIIIG CORPS Do you know what a Ham is? The girls of the twirling corps do. It's one of the basic forms of baton twirling. And these girls aim their free throws straight up in the air, not at baskets. The Girls lwirling Corps was organized in I9-l-i, under the direction of Mr. Lyle Hopkins, for girls interested in learning how to twirl a baton and in performing as major- ettes. The group was taught by Mildred Olson, who has won many awards in inter- seholastie contests of that type. The girls who have performed at basket- ball games, parades, and football games are Bonnie Abraham, Pat Bessett, Barbara Bick- ley, Katherine Greenwall, Ruth Haigh, Dorothy Hobbs, -laekie Irwin, Normajune Lintner, Beatrice Mech, Mary Russell, and Dolores Sehuette. 3- X X f , Q " ai bt LA k- as , 1 I' lr 1 mt X-Q. pz!"4 fi Qi f-" 1 - - .WP-' any , , STRIHE UIIE BASEBALL ROW 1: Paul Jacob, second baseg Gordon Beisboer, intieldg Bill Kolloway, first base, Ivan Behm, catcher, Barney Arendt, short stop, Elvin Brown, outtieldg Joe Pycz, left field. ROW 2: Gus Fredrick, Roger Frebel, pitchers, Gerald Jacobs, pitcher, Ralph Silberman, right held, Gerald Bradley, center held: Donald Rusmussen, Jack Reifshneider, Denny Tuffanelli. ROW 3: James Simon, Bruce Smith, Jim WllgDCf, Richard Kolloway, John Ford, Robert Beck, Paul Palmer, Eugene Summa, Tom Caulombe, Dan Hughes, Dave Thyer, third base. Thornton's 1945 baseball team, under the guidance of Coach Frank Froschauer, turned out to be one of the strongest teams in the history of this school. "Fro's" boys won the South Suburban league crown by winning seven games, one a forfeit, and losing none. Power at the plate was Thornton's biggest asset. Nine men batted over the .333 mark. In 349 times at bat the Thorntonites gained 117 runs on 120 hits, which was good for an unusual team batting average of .344 SEASOFS RESULTS Thornton ...... Fenger ..............,. 2 Thornton ...... 1 Joliet ................., 0 Thornton ...... 5 Morton .............. 6 Thornton, ..,.. 5 Bloom .,,,,,.......... 1 Thornton.. .,., 18 Lockport .......... ..0 Thornton ...... 14 Blue Island ....,... 2 Thornton ...... 15 Argo .................. 2 Thornton ...... 17 Blue Island ......., 2 Thornton ,,,,,. 7 Morton ............,, 6 Thornton ...,., 11 Argo ..,............,.. 6 Thornton ...... 16 Pullman Tech .... 4 Thornton ...... 9 Lockport ............ 0 l fforfeit 1, INDIVIDUAL BATTING gl. T Avmmoizs fyffw, 0 Brown ........,....... io 5 soo gyms It Beck ......,,,......... 4 0 soo , 64,1 lf, Arendt ......... ,...... 4 1 18 439 I " ' Jacobs ............... 37 14 432 'I QQ Behm .... ......... 4 4 14 ssc Q65 Jacob .................. 34 12 371 - I ' Bradley .............. 37 14 360 .Q 7' f I Pycz .................. 31 12 355 I Y R1 Biesboer ............ 3 1 333 5' f Kolloway .......... 37 10 .243 ' 5 Thyer ................ 21 4 .238 1 216 115 Silberman .......... 37 9 Frebel ................ 10 0 100 ll0 LEIID Ill THESE SHUES "Kankakee district track champions of 1945" was the title earned by the Thornton tracksters as they won the district meet by a margin of 17 points. Com- peting against 15 other schools, Thornton compiled JDM, points. Thornton's district winning squad took part in the state track meet, but was unable to garner a point. In addition to this, Thornton's two-mile relay team consisting of Gabby Marek, Clement jay, Ray Michalski, and Darrell Thomas, garnered eight points in the Wheaton Relays and four in the Proviso Relays. -Iunior South Suburban Results Blue Island .,,............. 52 Calumet City .............. 58 Bloom ............ ......... 2 7V2 Kankakee .... ......... 2 41f2 Thornton ..., ..... 2 3 rl lr 40 ,Q wr' I' . 1 -ffl". ef T l 42, ' N 7 Senior South Suburban Results Blue Island .....,.,........ 551f2 Thornton .........,,......... 54V2 Bloom ............,.......,,,. 28M Calumet City .,............ 221A Argo ............................ 19 Kankakee .,,,,.. .....,.... 1 5 -x" 1" Q 4, 1...qgg RING BUS8 BURDETT 1 lqzi il Y' N 'K I' PY Q x 1 i 5. D BEL TOURTELOTTE . I 4 . C -wi Lf I IEP , ff sp Left to rigbl: Lou johnson, lone Leininger, Bill Strawbridge, Janet Dunham, jerry Hyland, Ruth Brand. Ixneeling: -lean Skerry, Ruth Summers, Ann Martin. l VER THORIlT0ll Many's the time that you've watched the teams dash around like mad and you've cheered violently for them. Right? Those elastic-jointed people who lead your cheers and get wet when it rains were led by Captain Ann Martin and Secretary Lou johnson, plus that honorary member-mascot, Bill Strawbridge. The cheerleaders include Ruth Brand, janet Dun- ham, jerry Hyland, Ione Leninger, jean Skerry, and Ruth Summers. Cheering for football and basketball games, or- fepfl' ganizing pep assemblies, and participating in other 0 . . . . . Qt 4 activxttes make up the duties of this group. n f'xi,.J 6 'X i f IV XM RQQL I ag ,V Wrasslin' 2 H f"7 Thornton Opponent 4 10 Calumet ................ -10 5 New Trier ............ its 0 ChicagoVocational So 25 Joliet .,,,..,....,........ 55 18 Lindbloom ....,,,... S8 58 Morgan Park ..,..... 15 -15 University High .... 15 33 Morgan Park ......., 25 6 Blue Island ......,,,, 34 The wrestlers ended the season with three wins and six losses. Later at the district meet at joliet, senior joe Rockwood won the right to compete in the state meet at Champaign, where he captured the state heavyweight Championship. Pug: I 38 GOLF Martin Sodetz, Harry McKee. Boh Benson, Pete liotell, slack Richards. HDLE Ill UIIE Undefeated all season in six dual meets is the record that 'l'hornton's I9-li golf squad es- tahlished. After discontinuing golf for two years, Thornton put it bark on the sports program in the NMS season. At the eompletion of I8 holes in the district meet, Thornton and XX7est Aurora tied for tirst honors with a team medley score of 351. After nine holes had been played, Thornton took sec- ond place. Lettermen and those who made golf a success at Thornton in 19,15 besides Pete Kotetf, captain, were Martin Sodetz, Harry Meliee, Bob Benson, and -lack Richards. TRAC K Rtwt' l: Hola Alehu, Vfalter Muraw- ski, .lark Vlallace, Boh Benson, Gene Bell, Ken Buss. Row 1: john Davenport, XX'alter Firsehen, August Vrshek, Lor- enzo Rowe, George Burdett, .lim Haines, Bob Podgorny, Row 5: ,Iohn Tourtellotte, Clem jay, Chuck Ziehell, Dave Koss, Sam Sutton, Ray Michalski, Boh Connell, Harry McKee, Coach Carl Mendenhall. lr-' 'P 'F ,' S 4? ,I V PROIIIEIIIIDE fi ' fi 'I'hc st.13gc xx .15 st-t in thc Snuthinoor Hotel on May 19 for thc long .txxqtiluti .lnnior-Senior proin, Ifvcrynnt- w.1s as cxtitt-tl .ls mmm! tor this yulrly occasion Music was lnrnisln-ti hy Bunny Sharp and his Ol'LillCStfLl. XY'hc.-n this ut-iiiiiiig L-mimi, it tiiti so unly in time, not in memory. Gucsts ot' lmmmr wt-iq Dr. .intl Mrs. XV. lf. McVcy. Cl1.1Iwi'om-s xxurc Mi: .intl Mrs. K. bl. Lips, Mr. and Mrs. -I. lf. Tilton, .intl Mr. .intl Mrs. Ci. R. Nr7.lii7L'I'i. V ov """' Tr ' . Q q'Sb 1.1, .vw ,1 -'v-- E . ,. , , 'Jx tw: ea, ,. i't'tT'i' 11? 4 'xvi . - nbw gg Page I I0 X .X g if MY'- A f ,. C, 'xt- X 1 .4 fr Cf' PROFESSIONAL DIRE Lawyers BURTON EVANS CTORY W. FOSTER HAYES 167 East 154 Street Phone Harvey 1584 15309 Center Avenue Harvey RICHARD ASHWORTH WISEMAN WESLEY DORMAN WISEMAN Phone Harvey 1143 8: 172 East 154 Street Phone Harvey 2475 Physicians and Surgeons DR. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER DR. E. A. HARRIS 8: DR. M. S. HIGGINS 112 East 154 Street Phone Harvey 66 15426 Center Avenue Phone Harvey 298 DR. A. R. ANDERSON 8: DR. M. J. GRAFF DR. F. F. LUDWIG 182 East 154 Street Phone 122 166 East 154 Street Phone 722 DR. T. O. CANTWELL DR. IRVING MUSKAT 116 East 154 Street Phone Harvey 546 112 East 154 Street Phone 1072 DR. R. A. Rurz Matteson Chicago Heights 5 5 1 9 Osteopatb DR. F. j. MURPHY 157 East 155 Street Harvey 799 C biro practor DR. D. E. PALMER 148 East 154 Street Phone 114 Harvey Pigs 141 C. S. STOW HARDWARE-PAINT-GLASS AIRPLANE MODELS SEEDS Phone 183 108 East 154 Street HARVEY JACK TAYLOR'S KITCHEN THURNTON STUDENTS Special Rate Insure Your Musical Instrument Under the High School Musical Instrument Floater. ALL RISK COVERAGE OLSON 81 BROEK, Realtors 170th Park Avenue INSURANCE Hazel Crest, Illinois 138 East 154 Street We serve just good food Phone 2071 Compliments of the ROYAL BLUE STORE A. Nehring cmd Sons Co. AND MARKET PAINTS-OILS. WALLPAPER Distributors for O'BRIEN VARNISH COMPANY Paints, Vamishes and Encrmels 180 EAST 154 STREET PHONE HARVEY 1024 A. PIVOUR, Proprietor 243 East 147 Street Phone Harvey 1392 and 1393 Harvey, Illinois J. W. OLIVER ar Co. Harvey? Oldest Drug Store 168 East 154 Street Telephone Harvey 1 FOUNTAIN LUNCH Page 142 T. T. H. 5. IIAFETEHIA B 6. H RADIO SERVICE HEAUNG PLUMNNG Proper equipment and pants to repair HOMEWOOD PLUMBING all makes of radlo COMPANY Phone 1897 1748 Ridge Road We install and rent Public Address Systems Phone 165 Homewood, Illinois Compliments of BACHMANN FUNERAL HOME Daniel G. Bachmann, Director ik 244 East 138 Street Phone Interocean 9860 Compliments of W. B. BOYENS Groceries and Meats Thornton, Illinois Phone Thornton 686 Page 148 I IRWIN ABRAHAM-Dolton. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Bus Guard 1, German Club 3. ROBERT ACHOR-Flossmoor. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Club, Representative 2, Latin Club 1, 2, "Ever Since Eve" 4, Assistant Business Manager, Footlighters Club 4, Purple X 4, Swing Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, Speech Broadcasts 3, "HMS Pinafore" 2, "Pirates of Penzance" 4. NORMAN ACQUAVIVA-HZIVCY. Trade Course. VINCENT ADRAGNA-HZIVCY. Technical Course. ARTHUR ALERECHT-Hazel Crest. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 4, Hi Y 1. ooo ED ALERECHT-Dolton. Business Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Hi Y 2, Swing Club 1, 2. HERBERT ALExANDER-Midlothian. Business Course: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. DON AELISON-Harvey. General Course. San Diego High, California, 3. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 4, Hi Y 2, Swing Cu 1. CAROL AMES-Midlothian. Business Course. May Queen Attendant. Biology Secretary 4. BONNIE ANDERSON-Homewood. General Course. ooo COLLIEN ANIJEIESQLN-Harvey. General Course. Girls' Club: Council 1, Art Club 3, Bicycle Club 2, 3, Footlighters Club , Swing C u 1. GLORIA ANDERsoN-Homewood. Academic Course. LEROY ANDERSON-Blue Island. Trade Course. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, "HMS Pinafore" 2. MILDRED ANDERSON-HQIVCY. Business Course. Swing Club 2, Faculty Secretary. ROBERT ANDERSON-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4. ooo SHIRLEY ANDERSON-Hazel Crest. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2, Footlighters Club 4, Home Economics 1, Band 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4. GEORGE ANELLO--Harvey. Academic Course. Forum 4, Boys' Club: Campus Patrol 1, Hi Y 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Chorus 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1. LYMAN EADS ANEIELD-Tinley Park. Trade Course. , HARVEY RAY ANKER-South Holland. Trade Course. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE ANKER-South Holland. Academic Course. Central High School, 1, 2, 3. ooo GLORIA APKER-Midlothian. Business Course. Girls' Club: Board 3, Division Chairman, 1, 2, T Pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 2. MARY ARMINGTON-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 3, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, Welfare Committee 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Footlighters 4, Home Economics 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Swimming Pageant 2, Activity Point Commission 3. ELLA ARNDT-Dolton. Business Course. Girls' Club: Typist 4, Home Economics Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Office Assistant 3, Magazine Drive Committee 4. MARVIN L: AUSTIN-Harvey. Trade Course. Senate 4, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Hi Y 1, 2, 4. HENRY H. BAAscH-Markham. Technical Course. o 4 o GEORGE BAcIcUs-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. JIM BAKER-HSIVCY. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Club: Representative 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Debate 1, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Thortonite 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Football 3, 4, National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4, Oratory 3, 4, Boys' Life Saving 2, 4. PAUL BAKKER--Midlothian. Business Course. Boys' Club: Chess and Checkers 1. BARBARA BALKE-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: Council 2, Division Chairman 1, T Pins 1, Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Bicycle Club 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Faculty Assistant 2, 4. PHYLLIS BALLARD-Riverdale. General Course. o 9 o STANLEY BARWOCK-Posen. General Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 4, Stamp Club 4, Wrestling 4. JOHN BAsIsTA-Phoenix. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. MELVIN BEAGLE-Harvey. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, Debate 2, Purple X 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2. BETSY BECKER-Olympia Fields. Academic Course. National Honor Society 4, Girls' Club: Council 1, T Pins 1, 2, Scholar- ship 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, May Queen Attendant 3, French Club 4, Latin Club 2, Quill and Scroll 4, Pierian Club 4, Purple X 3, 4, Swing Club 1, 2, Thorntonite 2, G.A.A.: Small T 3, Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, Graduation Marshal 3. GENE BELL-Markham. Academic Course. President 4, Senate 2, Forum 3, 4, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Hi Y 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Baseball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4. ooo KENNETH J. BELz-Dolton. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. LAVONNE BENDLE-Homewood. Business Course. JEANXE BENNETT-Harvey. General Course. Latin Club 3, Home Economics Club 1, 2. JOHN BENNETT-Harvey. General Course. Senate 4, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Hi Y 3, Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD O. BENNETT-Harvey. General Course. Blue Island Community High School, 1, Boys' Club 4, Safety Guard 2. 0 Q 0 ALEX BER-Harvey. Trade Course. DONN BERKLEY-Homewood. Academic Course. Senate 3: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3. Lao BERNARDI-Thornton. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD BERTA-Harvey. Trade Course. DUANE ROBERT BIELEFELDT-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. o Q o - EVELYN MARIE BIERNAT-Chicago. Business Course. WILMA BILLINGTON-South Holland. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1, Forum 3, Spanish Club 3. WILLIAM BILLS-HRIVCY. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. DOROTHY BITTNER-Harvey. Business Course. BONNIE BLACK-Harvey. General Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Marshal 4, Bicycle Club 1, 2, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Page 144 Congrafufafiond am! 'Mal 'lfwakea fo me CLASS OF 1946 THE BUDA COMPANY HARVEY, u.uNols Compliments to Senior Class HARRY W. ZAHLER Mortgages Property Manage ment l. Real Estate Insurance Comp lments of Flussmunr Barber Shop 91 East 154 Street Harvey, Illinois Phone Harvey 3036 Compliments of HUEKSTIUI HENRY TWIETMEYER 237 East 147th street CLEANING IIUIVIPIINY Groceries, Meats and Fountain Service if . HARVEY 1 1600 GREETINGS, SENIORS iff Welcome to Thornton Junior College I A MOTHERS CARE TQ September, 1946 ALL YOU WEAR r KAMMERT Sc SMITH Wholesale Candy and Fountain Supplies 137 East 147 Street WILLIAM KAMMERT TELEPHONE HARVEY 2155 HARVEY, ILLINOIS Page I 46 IBRAUIIERS For a Meal Thafs Real THORNTON , ILLINOIS KINNEY-HOOD PRINTING COMPANY Factory and Commercial Printing Publishers of THE POINTER 301 East 138 Street Dolton, Illinois HOMEWOOD BAKERY Compliments of H. L. HOWARDS 170th and Park Hazel Crest, Illinois TRIUMPH'S SUPER I. G. A. 1744 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Home of Fine Foods! Page 147 JEANNE BLAKEMORE-HHIVCY. Business Course. HENRY W. BLANKE-Dolton. General Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 1. WILLIAM BLOCK-Homewood. Technical Course. RODNBY BLONQUIST-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. MARY BODRY-H3281 Crest. Business Course. o 9 e DOLORES R. BocAN-Blue Island. General Course. St. Casimir's Academy, 1, 2, 3. AROXIE BocHAsEN-Harvey. Academic Course. Forum 2: Girls' Club: Council 1, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Mother- Daughter Banquet 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Footlighters 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Swing Club 1, 2, 4. RICHARD W. BooKHAM-Harvey. Trade Course. NORMAN Boo'rHE-Oak Forest. General Course. CARL BORMAN-Chicago. General Course. 4 4 o EVELYN BOSTROM-HHFVCY. Business Course. Swing Club 1. VERA BOSWELL-HQIVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: Council 1: Girls' Choir 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2. CAROLYN MAE BOUDREAU-HZIVCY. Business Course. KIP 4: Girls' Club: Board 1, 2, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Pageant 2, 4, Lifesaving Awards 2. BETTY JANE BoYENs-Posen. General Course. Girls' Club: Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 2, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2: G.A.A. 1. KENNETH BoYER-Midlothian. General Course. Track 2. 6 9 0 JALETTA BRADFORD-Harvev. General Course. ALEX J. BRANDENBURG-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 4. DELORES BRANDY-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 1: Home Economics Club 1: Swing Club 4. JACK BRAssFIELo-Dolton. Trade Course. Senate 3: Forum 3, 4: Boys' Club: Bus Guard 3, Hi Y 2, 3, 4. ETHEL Jo BREITENFELD-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1, 4, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, House Committee 3, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Welfare Committee 3, 4, Freshman Leader 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Footlighters 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Girls' Orchestra 3, 4: Girls' Club Dance 3. 990 CHARLES E. BREMIGAN, JR.-Homewood. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Chess and Checkers 1: German Club 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1. NORMAN B. BREYFOGLE-H0mCWOOd. Academic Course. Crown Point High 1, 2. Boys' Club: Campus Patrol Captain 4: French Club 3, 4. LILLIAN M. BRINDZA-Hazel Crest. General Course. Girls' Club: Council 1, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Hostess Committee 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Stand-Up 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 3, 4: German Club 4: Latin Club 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Swing Club 4. HARLAN BROCKMAN--HHIVCY. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Representative 4: Latin Club 2: Swing Club 2: Boys' Glee Club 4. MARY ANN BROIJERICK-Harvey. Academic Course. KIP 3: Treasurer 3: Girls' Club: Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3: Stand-Up 1, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, Loyalty Day 2, 4, May Queen Attendant 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew "Ever Since Eve" 4: Footlighters 4: Purple X 2, 3, 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Choir 2: Faculty Secretary 4: Secretary of Spanish Club 4. 409 EARL BROOKS-HZWCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Track 3. ERNEST BRooIcs-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: 2, 3. GEoRGE'I'rE BRossARD-Midlothian. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2: G.A.A. 1. HARRY BRo'rAN-Harvey. Trade Course. MARDJORIE BRouwERs-South Holland. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1, 2. ELVIN L. BROWN-Harvey. Academic Course. Senate 2, 3: KIP 3: Boys' Club: Vice-President 3, Board 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Representative 1, Stag Committee 2, 3: Swing Club 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4. O 9 9 HOWARD BRYANT-HHIVCY. General Course. JIM BRYSON-DOIIOD. Technical Course. GLORIA BUCHL-Dolton. Academic Course. Latin Club: Library Assistant 3. EDWARD BUFFIE-Riverdale. Academic Course. Schurz High 1, 2. Boys' Club: Hi Y 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Football 2: Track 2: Bonds and Stamps 2. JEAN BURR-HZIVEY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 3, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Loyalty Day 2, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: "Ever Since Eve" 4: Footlighters Club 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2. MAY BURT-Hazel Crest. Academic Course. Senate 4: Girls' Club: Secretary 4, Board 4, Council 2, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 2, 3, 4, Loyalty Day 4, Welfare Committee 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Activity Point Commission 3. e 4 Q KENNETH Buss-Hazel Crest. General Course. Senate 3: KIP 4: Forum 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Campus Patrol 1: German Club 1: Spanish Club 2, 3: Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4: Football 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2: Tumbling 2, 3. MARION BUTE-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, Stand-Up 1, Dad- Daughter Banquet 2, Welfare Committee 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Bicycle Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: Yearbook 4, Girls' Club Dance 4. DICK CALDWELL-HKYVCY. General Course. Fenger High, 1, 2, 3. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. ARTHUR CAMPBELL--HGYVCV. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. LAURENCE CARLssoN-Harvey. Academic Course. HELEN L. CARR-Tinley Park. General Course. Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2. Page 148 Mai IMAJAQ6 CLASS 1946 ik BLISS 8 IAUEHLIN, INC HARVEY, ILLINIIIS ,afwaw ,aa Zjolefelzj' .gee cream It's a Nutritious Food! Your Favorite junior Dress Shop HELEN? "In the Hear! of Harvey" Compliments of H. M. ERB-Florist JoUR1s INSURANCE SERVICE Flowers for All Occasions All Lines of Casualty Insurance T' D' S' Flowers by Wire 164 14928 Marshfield Avenue i 24 East 154th St. Harvey, Illmols I Ph Harvey, Illinois one Harvey 611 GUEBEIIS Quality Shoes at Moderate Priees East 154 Street Harvey, Illinois Page I 50 Congratulations! To Our Many Friends in the Graduating Class of 1946 DAD and LAD TOG SHOP 13006 South Western Avenue BLUE ISLAND, ILLINOIS ALFRED'S FLOWER SHOP Phone 2436 106 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Flowers for All Occasions we parenl jeacner .xgasocialion jnornlon jownsnip 3600! anc! 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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 15309 Center Avenue HARVEY, ILLINOIS DOLTON SHOE CLINIC New Men's and Children's Shoes also Expert Shoe Repairing 607 Washington St., Dolton Phone Dolton 699 GUACCIO,S FOOD MARKET Quality Meats, Groceries, and Vegetables 14736 PAGE AVENUE Phone Harvey 3079 M. A. PAJOR HARDWARE HARDWARE, PAINTS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES 257 East I47 Street Phone HARvey 3060 Harvey, Illinois Page 152 Best Wishes to Class of 1946 Noon Llmdm K L I N ' E S THE NIP AND SIP DEPARTMENT STORE BLUE ISLAND Sandu'iclJe.r-Shakes-Malteds ILLINOIS 232 East 147th Street Harvey, Illinois Our sgllfefezft IIMJLZJ NEW ERA THE!-ITHE HARVEY ILLINUIS THE NATIONAL BANK OF HARVEY Your Home Bank Serves You Best Congratulations to the members of the 1946 class. We wish you continued success as you enter into new careers Safe Deposit Vault MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Telephones: Harvey 2010 and Homewood 257 Pigs 153 JEROME C. CARROLL--Markham. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Campus Patrol 2, Hi Y 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Bonds and Stamps. ELIZABETH CASH-HHIVCY. General Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Faculty Assistant 4. GEORGE CAYWOOD-Midlothian. Trade Course. Spanish Club 1. MARY CELLINI-Dolton. Business Course. ROANNE CHANEY-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 4: Footlighters Club 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3: Swing Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. ELEANOR CHARLTON-Midlothian. Business Course. o 4 o JEANNETTE CHIZ-Midlothian. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pin 1: German Club 2, 3, 4: Footlighters 4: Home Economics Club 1: Chorus 3: Madrigal 3: Girls' Choir 2: Keydets 2. CARL CHRIsTIANsoN-Midlothian. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3: Chorus 4: Madrigal 4: Boys' Glee Club 3. WBSLEY CHURCHILL--Harvey. Academic Course. Senate 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Assistant Commander-in-Chief 4, Hi Y 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Swing Club 2, 3: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Tumbling 4. SHIRLEY CLARK-Phoenix. General Course. EMMA CLEM-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, T Pins 1, 2: Stage Crew 4: Home Economics Club 1: Style Show 1: Thorntonite 3. o 9 4 CAROL ZOE CLEMENT--Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2: Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, Dad-Daughter 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Camera Club Treasurer 3: "HMS Pinafore" 2: Stage Crew 2: Footlighters 4: Swing Club 1, 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Choir 1: Stage Crew for "George Washington Slept Here" 3: Entertainment for Freshmen Party 1: Entertainment for Junior-Senior Party 3. ANITA COLEEURN-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 2: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Keydets 1, 2, 3, 4: Archery 4. BOE CONNELL-Palos Park. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4: First Vice President 2: Senate 2: Boys' Club: Treasurer 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Campus Patrol 1, Stag Committee 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Pierian Club 4: Football 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. REBA KATE COOKE-Harvey. General Course. Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Home Economics Club 1. MAURICE COTTON-LHHFVCY. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3. 990 JEANNINE COUTCHIE-HHIVCY. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4: Senate 3: Girls' Club: Council 1, 4, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Torch Pin 3, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 1, 3, 4, Chairman of Stunt 4, Welfare Committee 3: German Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Stage Crew 4: Footlighters Club 4: Home Economics Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Choir 2. JOHN COUWENHOVEN-HZIVCY. General Course. Boys' Club: Campus Patrol, Hi Y 2. ROSE MARY COWGER-MHLYESOH. Business Course. Spanish Club 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Archery 4: Faculty Secretary 4. JOAN CRIST-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Numerals 3: Gym Demonstration 2: Graduation Usher 3: Faculty Secretary 4. MARY CZECH-HHIVCY. Business Course. o 0 o ANNE CZYL-HZIVCY. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1. BETTY DAVIDSON-Riverdale. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 2, 3, Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Loyalty Day 4: French Club 1, 2: Footlighters Club 4: Home Economics Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 3. BETTY DAVIS-Halel Crest. General Course. Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3. SUZANNE DAVIS'-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 4, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, Marshal 4, Stand-Up 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Choir 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Faculty Tea 4. RICHARD DAY--Riverdale. General Course. 6 6 6 MAXINE DE BOK-Dolton. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2: Swing Club 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Choir 1. MILTON EUGENE DEGENHART--HSIVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hi Y 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Bicycle Club 1: "Ever Since Eve" 4, Footlighters 4: Swing Club 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Stamp Club 4. ' CAROL VERNA DE GRAEE-South Holland. Academic Course. Latin Club 1, 2: Orchestra 4: Girls' Glee Club 3. MELvIN DE GRAFF--South Holland. Academic Course. Senate 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Bus Guard 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Swing Club 2: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: Football 4. LAVBRNB DEIGHEN-Riverdale. Academic Course. Senate 2: Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1: Spanish Club 2, 3: Swing 1, 2, 3. ANNA MARIE DE JANOVIGH-Thornton. Business Course. Girls' Club 1, 2, 3. o 9 o BILL DENNIS-MHIICSOH. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Representative 4: Baseball 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4. JOHN E. DE VRIES-HRIVCY. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Safety Squad Representative 1: Swing Club 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. IRA DE YOUNG-SOUth Holland. Technical Course. Senate 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4: Bus Guard 2, 3: Band 1, 2. SHIRLEY DE YOUNG-South Holland. Academic Course. KIP Committee 3: Swing Club 3. ROBERT J. DICKELMAN-Harvey. Academic Course. President 2: Senate 2: KIP Conduct Committee 3, 4: Boys' Club: Vice- President 3, Board 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, Representative 2, 3, 4, Stag Committee 2, 3, Hi Y 1: Spanish Club 2: Swing Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Lettermen's Club 3. ADELINE DICKINSON-H2261 Crest. Business Course. Spanish Club 2, 3: Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 660 RICHARD DIGKMAN-Homewood. Trade Course. Pierian Club 3, 4. GEORGE DOMMER-Lansing. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Hi Y 3, 4. VIRGIL DoNALDsoN-Harvey. General Course. DOROTHY DONELSON-Harvey. General Course. Francis Shimer College, Mt. Carroll, Illinois 1. DONA D. DOWNS-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1, Stand-Up 1: Spanish Club 2, 3: Home Eco- nomics Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 4: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Nurse's Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. EDNA DRENTH-South Holland. Business Course. Page 154 if .. . .--Pala?2'ef"f'ra":1::-+1r1'ae'f'f,:'-'fr'r' BARBARA ANN DREW-FlOSSm0OI. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Senate 3, KIP 3, 4, Conduct Committee 3, 4, Vice Chairman 3, Girls' Club: Treasurer 4, Board 3, 4, Council 1, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Activity Point Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Loyalty Day 4, Welfare Committee 1, 2, 3, May Queen Attendant 3, French Club 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Camera Club 4, Pierian Club 4, Purple X 3, 4, Swing Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Gym Demon- stration 1, Speech Broadcasts 4, Flag Day, Speaker 3, PTA Gay Nineties 3. GEoRcE DUELL-Harvey. General Course. JUANITA DUNCAN-Harvey. General Course. Tuley High School 1, 2. JANET DUNHAM-Harvey. General Course. Senate 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, French Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, Girls' Choir 1, Keydets 1, Cheerleader 4, Faculty Assistant 3. MARY K. EGEBRECHT-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 1, Spanish Club 2. 000 MARIE Louisa EGOFRE-Oak Forest. Business Course. Archery 3. MARTHA M. ELLIS-Harvey. General Course. T Pins 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3. MAR joiua ELLIS-Harvey. Business Course. PAULINE ELLIsoN-Phoenix. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1, 2, Swing Club 2, 3, Thorntonite 2, G.A.A. 2, 3. JACKIE ELMORE-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Speaker of Council 4, Board 4, Council 1, 3, 4, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Loyalty Day 4, Spanish Club 1, 3, 4, Debate 2, Stage Crew 4, Footlighters 4, Pierian Club 4, Swing gub 1, 2, Faculty Secretary 2, Usher of "Ever Since Eve" 4, Chairman of Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Girls' Clu ance 3. ' o 9 o CAROL JEAN EMERSON-Harvey. Academic Course. Secretary 3, Senate 3, Girls' Club: Council 3, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, House Committee 2, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 3, 4, Secretary of Attendance 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "Ever Since Eve" 4, Business Manager 4, Footlighters 4, Swing Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Speech Broadcasts 4, Girls' Club Dance 3. WILLIAM ERMAN-Harvey. Academic Course. Spanish Club 2, 3, Debate 2, Track 1, 2. KARL ERTI.-Harvey. Trade Course. FOREST EVANS-Harvey. Business Course. GERRIT EYLANDER-South Holland. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Clu 2, 3. o 9 o CAROL L. FAGAN-South Holland. Business Course. Red Cross 3, 4. LEWIS FAIREAIRN-Harvey. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Spanish Club 2. FRANK FALKNOR-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, German Club 2, 3. MARLON FEIN-Lansing. Academic Course. Thornton Fractional 1, 2. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. WILLIAM PALMER FENWICK-HSIVCY. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Stag Committee 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Swing Club 2, 4. 696 SPIRO FETSIS-Harvey. General Course. Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Campus Patrol 1, Spanish Club 2, Football 2, 4, Red Cross Representative 4. D. R. FINNEY-HSIVCY. Trade Course. GLORIA M. FIORETTILHHIVEY. Business Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 3. SHIRLEY FrsHER-Blue Island. General Course. Home Economics Club 4. WALTER FITSCHEN-Riverdale. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Campus Patrol 1, German Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3. 990 ROSEMARY FLICKINGER-Homewood. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 1. A FRANK Fours-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 4. VEsTA MAE FRANK-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Morgan Park 1. DELORES J. FRANSEN-Riverdale. Business Course. ROGER FREEEL-Harvey. General Course. 994 AMY L. FREDRICK-Midlothian. General Course. Spanish Club 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2. KEN FREMOUW-Oak Forest. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Safety Squad 1, Yearbook 4, Faculty Assistant 3, 4, Movie Operator 1. DONALD FRISKE-HOmCW00d. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4. DORIS E. FR1TscHE-Blue Island. Business Course. LORRAINE RUTH FROEHLICH-Markham. Business Course. Senate 4, Division Chairman 1, Office Assistant 4. 690 ANTHONY F. FRoNczAK-Harvey. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Camera Club 3, 4. ROBERT J. FROSCH--Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Representative 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Swing Club 4. KENNETH FuLToN-Tinley Park. Trade Course. DORIS GALLAGHER-Midlothian. Business Course. Latin Club 2. FLORA GALLEGos-Dolton. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Stage Crew "Ever Since Eve" 4, Swing Club 1, 2, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, Keydets 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Board Member 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 2, Large T 2, Gym Demonstration 1, Swim- ming Pageant 2, 4, Lifesaving Awards 1, 3. 4 4 o BOBBIE RUTH GA'I"I'Is-Harvey. Business Course. Swing Club 1. DAVID GEIGER-IV3Uh0C. Trade Course. Port Clinton 1. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. LYLE GENENS-Harvey. Trade Course. KIP 3, 4, Conduct Committee 4, Boys' Club, Purple X 4, Swing Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 4, Orchestra 2. BERNARD E. GENTRY-Harvey. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Representative 1, Hi Y 3, 4, Secretary 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Speech Broadcasts 4, Football Usher 4. MAR joiua GERomMos-Homewood. General Course. , Page 155 Congrafufafiona fo fhe cfaaa of 216 if THE HARVEY TRIBUNE The leading newspaper in Thornton Township since 1890 if PRINTING 0 STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES Pg 156 P. 61 O. TOOL and MFG. CO. Production Machining ' Engineering ' General Machinists 15333 Center Avenue, Harvey. Illinois ALBAN P. REICH jeweler and Optometrist 14048 Lincoln Avenue Phone Dolton 860 'Me fm Sine For one of the most important days of your life-GRADUATION DAY you must be sure that you are cor- rectly attired-For Graduation or other important events- you have this assurance in clothes from 'A' R A U ' S CHICAGO HEIGHTS Finest Department Store Compliments of BEAR CAT STORES 85 East 154th Street Harvey 1109 R. H. GANSBERGEN featuring S.V.W. Quality Paints Isgo Stylux Wallpapers 2040 Ridge Road Homewood Compliments ol BLUE GOOSE FOOD MART THOMAS ARMATAS. Proprietor "The Home of Fine Foods" 154th Street at Ashland Avenue Harvey, Illinois Page 157 G E R M A I N E BEAUW at LINGERIE SHOPPE 15407 Center Avenue Opposite Harvey Theatre Building Telephone 903 Perronality Hair Cutting Permanent Waving FOSTER COAL COMPANY 14800 Loomis Avenue PHONE 990 Harvey, Illinois C. VAN KAN EGAN Service Station l5805 South Park Avenue South Holland, Illinois MIDLOTHIAN PHARMACY HAROLD F. GRESENS, R. PH. The Rexall Store Telephone Blue Island 3822 Midlothian, Illinois Laundry Service Fur Storage LEYDEN CLEANERS and SHOE CLINIC "Next Door to Dale Theatre" ODORLESS CLEANING Riverdale 26 Pullman 3050 GOUWENS BROS. FARM SUPPLY Farm Implements Feed Seed Hay Grain PAINTS HARDWARE Phone Harvey 63 South Holland Chevrolet Buick KICKERT BROTHERS 15327 Broadway HARVEY PHONE 124 "Complete Body and Fender Shop" WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS GEORGE E. GILLEY Hardware and Furnace Shop 15337 Center Avenue Dealer for Paints, Glass, Oils and General Electric Refrigerators and Appliances Phone 244 Page 158 MIIEIII IIHEF gxfenclri Congrafufafionzn fo Me Cfaaa of I946 'A' AMERICAN STOVE COMPANY HARVEY, ILLINOIS C07l1pfilIlE7If.f of FRANK P. COWING T.T.H.S. 1909 FRANK P. COWING, JR. T.T.H.S. 1935 BILL'S FOOD SHOP VI C WA LENGA . Proprietor Quality Fruits Vegetables and Cold Meats 27-29 East 154 Street at Vim: Harvey, illinois Phone 530 KBEIS BRUTHEBS GARAGE Authorized Ford Sales G Service 147th Street and Avers Avenue Midlothian, Illinois PHONE BLUE ISLAND 16 OR 17 We are equipped to repair all makes of cars and trucks. HERMAN J. ANDERS Meat Market and Grocery l4l ll Lincoln Avenue Dolton, Illinois Telephone Dolton 640 SALAD DRESSING The best ingredients available . . . masterful blending in Sexton's own Sunshine Kitchens. That's what accounts for the rich, satisfying goodness of Sexton Salad Dressing. Page I 60 1 -2-2551541 if an - , -:' ' KENNETH GIBBON-H3ZCl Crest. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Hi Y 1. NORMA GITERsoNKE-Homewood. Academic Course. HELEN G JERDE-Homewood. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Senate 2, 3, KIP 3, Girls' Club: Board 2, Division Chairman 1, T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Freshman Leader 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Spanish Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Pierian Club 4, Swing Club 1, Chorus 3, 4, Keydets 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Board 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 2, Large T 2, Archery 3: Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, 4, Lifesaving Awards 3, 4. Joi-iN GLAESER-Richton Park. Trade Course. DOROTHY IRENE GLovER-Harvey. General Course. Home Economics Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Archery 4. 600 MARY ANN GLUSAC-Thornton. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 4. MILDRED G0ESBL1H0mCW00d. Academic Course. Spanish Club 4. JOB GoE12-Harvey. General Course. GLORIA GOLD-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Marshal 4, Mother- Daughter Banquet 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Loyalty Day 4, Welfare Committee 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Stage Crew "Ever Since Eve" 4, Swing Club 1, 2, Yearbook 4, Red Cross Representative 1. BARBARA GOOSTREE-HRIVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 2, Home Economics Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board Member 3, 4, Numerals 1, Small T 2, Large T 3, Archery 3, 4, Gym Demonstration 3: Nurse's Assistant 4, Volley Ball 4. o 4 o LoIs JUNE GOUWENS-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 2, 3, House Committee 4, Hostess Committee 4, Typist 4, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Secretary 4, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Archery 3, 4, Magazine Drive Committee 4, Cub Reporter 2, 3. DONALD GRAEF-Harvey. General Course. JAMES H. GRAIZIGER-Homewood. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. JOHN FRANCIS GRATKOWSKI-HHIVCY. Trade Course. GWEN GRAY-H0m6W0Od. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pin 1, Spanish Club 3, 4, "George Washington Slept Here' 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Footlighters 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 2, Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, Speech Broadcasts 4. ooo JANIS GRAYBAREK-HOmCW00d. Academic Course. Fenger High School 1, 2. G.A.A. 3, 4. HAROLD I. GREER-Harvey. General Course. CORRINE GREINER-DOIIOH. Business Course. GENE MAE GROENEVELD-Phoenix. Business Course. DOROTHY GRONROSE-Riverdale. Business Course. ooo GLORIA GRoNwALL-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, May Queen Attendant 3, Activity Point Commission 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 39 "Ever Since Eve" 4, Footlighters 4, Home Economics 1, 2, Secretary 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3. ALEX GRzYxows1cI-Phoenix. General Course. DOROTHY MARION GULLETT-HHIVCY. General Course. Girls' Club: Council 1, Division Chairman 1, T Pin 1, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Secretary of Attendance 4, Spanish Club 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Archery 4. BETTY GURGANUS-Hazel Crest. General Course. Girls' Club: Council 2, T Pins 1, 2, Typist 4, Stand-Up 2, Swing Club 2, Speech Broadcasts 4. BARBARA GUs'rAEsoN-Harvey. General Course. Senate 2, Girls' Club, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Faculty Secretary 4. OOO MARY TAYLOR GUTHRIE-Harvey. Academic Course., National Honor Society 3, 4, KIP 3, Girls' Club: Vice-President 3, President 4, Board 3, 4, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, T Ring 2, junior Service Award 3, Scholarship 2, Typist 3, 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Queen 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Loyalty Day 3, 4, Welfare Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, May Queen Attendant 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, S anish Club 2, 3, 4, Pan-American League Council 4, Stage Crew 2, 4, Footlighters 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, Graduation Usher 3, Faculty Secretafy 3: Senior Citizen 4. RUTH GUTHRIE-Harvey. Academic Course. Cunningham, Kentucky 1, 2. French Club 4, Library Assistant 4. WILLIAM H. HAASE-Blue Island. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi Y 1, 2, Vice-President 2, Presi- dent 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. BYRON HAINES-HRKVCY. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2, Stage Crew "HMS Pinafore" 2, Chorus 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, Book Store 2, 3, 4. FRANCES HARDING-Fl0SSm00f. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Marshal 4, Stand-Up 4, Welfare Committee 4, Latin Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Stage Crew 4, Footlighters 4, Faculty Assistant 4, Refreshment Crew 4. o 9 e JACK HARD1No-Harvey. Academic Course. EVELYN LEAH HARMs-Dolton. Business Course. V RUSSELL HART-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Spanish Club 2, 3, Business Staff "Ever Since Eve" 4, Pierian Club 4, Swing Club 3, Speech Broadcasts 4. JAMES HAWKEN-Oak Forest. Trade Course. ETHEL MAE HAWKINS-HHIVCY. General Course. Archery 4. ' 940 LEONARD HAWRYSIO-POSCD. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Campus Patrol 1, Stamp Club 4. PHILIP L. HAYES-Harvey. Academic Course. Maplewood, New York 2. Treasurer 1, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Bicycle Club 1, 2, Footlighters Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite 3, Year- book 3, Stamp Club 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 4, "HMS Pinafore" 2, "George Wash- ington Slept Here" 3, "Ever Since Eve" 4, "Tomorrow the World" 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 4. DONALD HEATH-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bicycle Club 4. KEITH HEBELE-Thornton. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 3, 4, Bicycle Club 4. RALPH HEDTKE-MZIYCSOU. Trade Course., Boys' Club: Hall Guard, Safety Squad 1. Page I CI THE BROADWAY AUTO SUPPLY 15301 Broadway Ea! ,bunkers I1 A55 HARVEY, ILLINOIS lg Phone 399 'Ir HERRICK PHARMACY WM. A. HERRICK, R.PH. MUIIEFH 265 East 'I47 Street Ilia R llrnp Purge llnlllpany Ph H looo H ,nr - Blue Island, Illinois one 'my "Ney "'o's "Harvey's Prescription Drug Store" South Holland Trust and Savings Bank 1911 - 1945 Safety Service DEPOSITS INSURED BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor 35000 Page I 62 A. E. Iohnson Electric Co. Re-opened after 3 years. 4 months, in United States Navy Frigidaires Hoover Cleaners Easy Washers and Ironers 185 Ridge Road Homewood 266 zllnhrrn Ifunrral TE LEPHONE Hump HARVEY 44 RESIDENCE 45 Hunters Zllunrral ll-Inmr 15334 Turlington Avenue HARVEY, ILLINOIS Compliments of CARLO'S BARBER SHOP "Our Aim Is to Satisfy" 99 East 154th Street OTTO KAMPE General Trucking and Hauling and Septic Tank Cleaning 17440 65th Ave. Tinley Park, Ill. Phone Tinley Park 395 The Store Tluzt Saves You Money THEO. KOCH CROCERY and MARKET 14147 Chicago Street Dolton, Illinois DON CARL STUDIOS Mas. CLAUDE RosuNsoN 'A' 1910 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois CALS Candy and Ice Cream 176 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Phone 4646 Page 163 ALICE HEINTz-Harvey. Business Course. VERNON HENTSCH-Markham. General Course. IELEANORE M. HERMAN-Harvey. Business Course. California 2. Girls' Club: T Pin 4, Stand-Up 4: Swing Club 3: Girls' Choir 4: Girls' Glee Club 3. RICHARD W. HESS-Riverdale. General Course. German Club 2, 3: Red Cross Representative 4. DOLORES HOBBS-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Stand-Up 3: Latin Club 1, 2: G.A.A. Small T 1, 2, Large T 3. ooo JOHN STANFORD HoBsoN-Harvey. Technical Course. Western Military Academy 1. PAT Hoclc-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 2, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, May Queen Attendant 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Bicycle Club 1: Stage Crew 4, Footlighters Club 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Purple X 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: KIP Dance 4: Girls' Club Dance 3, 4. WILLIS I-lock-Harvey. Trade Course. Senate 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3. BETTY HOFFMAN-Hazel Crest. General Course. Girls' Club: T Pin 1: Spanish Club 2: Home Economics Club 1. RAYMOND D. HOLDEN-D0lt0U. Trade Course. 006 KENNETH HOLLEMAN-South Holland. General Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 1: Track 2. HERBERT HoLM-Midlothian. Academic Course. ROBERT L. HOLM-Markham. Trade Course. Fenger 1. Boys' Club: Hi Y 4. MARY ELIZABETH HOWARD-HHIVCY. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4: Senate 3: KIP Board 3, Secretary 4: Girls' Club: Board 3, 4, Council 1, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Scholarship 2, Activity Point Commission 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Welfare Com- mittee 3, May Queen Attendant 3: German Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1: Purple X 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 2: G.A.A. 1: Gym Demonstration 1: Graduation Usher 3: Faculty Secretary 2, 3. ESKIN HUEF-Homewood. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Speech Broadcasts 4. ooo MELANIE EILEEN HUGHES-Harvey. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4: Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Torch Pin 3, Marshal 4, Activity Point Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Loyalty Day 3, 4, Welfare Committee 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Footlighters Club 4: Home Economics Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Choir 1, 2: Lifesaving Awards 4: Speech Broadcasts 4: All-Girl Orchestra 3, 4. H. ELAINE HUSTON-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: Council 4, T Pins 1, 2, Junior Service Award 3, Marshal 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Welfare Committee 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Swing Club 2, 3. SYLVIA ELAINE IPPEL-South Holland. Business Course. Girls' Club: Council 3, Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 2, Mother- Daughter Banquet 3, Secretary of Attendance 2: Latin Club 1: Swing Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty Secretary 4. CHARLES IRELAND-H3ZCl Crest. Trade Course. KIP Board 4: Fomm 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 1, Hi Y 1: Football 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3. JOHN IvARsoN-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. ooo GERALD JACOBS-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Senate 2, 3: KIP Forum 4: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, Bus Guard 2, Safety Squad 1, Representative 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3. RosE MARY JACOBS1H3fVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Swing Club 3: Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 1. CORA JANSMA-Thornton. Business Course. JOHN WALTER jARosE-Harvey. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. DORIS JEAN JESSUP-HRIVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 2, T Pins 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3. O04 BILLIE JEZEK-HRIVCY. Academic Course. HAROLDINE L. JOHNSON-Phoenix. Academic Course. Forum 3: Girls' Club: Council 3, Division Chairman 2, 4, T Pins 1, 2, , Stand-Up Chairman of Hostesses 4: French Club 1, 2: "Can't Take It With You" 2: Purple X 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Speech Broadcasts 4. LOU JOHNSON-HHIVCY. Business Course. Secretary 4: Senate 2, 3: Girls' Club: Board 2, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, May Queen 3: Stage Crew 4, Footlighters 4: Home Economics 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2: Swimming Leader 4: Archery 1: Swimming Pageant 2, 4: Lifesaving Awards 2, 3: Cheerleader 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Library Assistant 3. HARRIETTE JONES-HHKVCY. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4: Girls' Club: Council 4: Division Chairman 1, T Pins 1, 2, junior Award 3, Scholarship 2, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet, 33 Stand-Up 3, 4, Dad- Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Loyalty Day 3, Welfare Committee 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Pierian Club 4: Swing Club 2: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Board Member 3, 4: Numerals 1: Small T 2: Gym Demonstration 1: Swimming Pageant 2, 4: Graduation Usher 3: General Chairman of Faculty Tea 4, President of Spanish Club 4: Chairman of Bonds and Stamps. MARIAN joNEs-Harvey. General Course. Spanish Club 1. 490 GEORGE KALMAN-HHIVCY. General Course. JOSEPH GOTTLIEE KALTWAssER-Harvey. Technical Course. German Club 2, 4: Bicycle Club 4: Yearbook 4: Boys' Glee Club 2: Bonds and Stamps, 1, 2, 4. VICTOR KAMINSKI-POSEH. Trade Course. IRENE S. KAPLAN-Harvey. Academic Course. Forum 4: Girls' Club: Council 3, Division Chairman 2, 4, T Pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1: French Club 1, 2: Debate 2, 4: G.A.A. 2: Archery 3: Graduation Usher 3: Faculty Secretary 3: National Forensic League 4. HARRY E. KATZMANN-Harvey. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pierian Club 4: Swing Club 2: Band 1, 2. Page 164 'f.1'f.fS geffer for iffy Mara Your family's health is important and every member deserves the best . . . Try Dixie Dairy's GOLDEN GUERNJNEY Next Time Call Harvey 45 for Home Delivery DIXIE DAIRY rg 165 LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL 49 Hdmlzdala oflU'l'Lb.Qh n. COAL MILLWORK PAINT - ROOFING - HARDWARE The Yard in Harvey with a Complete Stock 15139 CENTER Phone Blue Island 3205-06 General Repairing CLARKE-HULETT CHEVROLET C0. Towing Sales and Servlbe Day and Night Genuine Chevrolet Parts CRAWFORD and 147 ST., MIDLOTHIAN, ILL. E. L. SAUSAMAN Electrical Supplies HOME AND FACTORY WIRING 181 East 154 Street Harvey, Illinois HARVEY 360-361 Serving the Community faithfully for over 48 Years wk FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE ISLAND 'iff Member Fed. Dep. Ins. Corp. Page 166 Tn the Class nf 1945 We Extend Our Congratulations und Sincere Wishes for u Very Successful Future PEHFEIITIIJN EE!-lll IIIJMPI-lNY O Compliments of HIGH-LOW FOODS FLOWERS For Every Occasion Corsages Our Specialty THE HARVEY FLORIST 15410 Page Avenue Phone Harvey 113 Best Wishes Class of 1946 BEAUTY MART DRESS SHOP PATRICICS Beauty Salon Harvey, Illinois One Door West of the Bus Station SERVICE STATION N. W. Corner of 147th cmd Hcilsted Page 1 av LORRAINE KAUss-Harvey. General Course. Morgan Park 1, 2, 3. JOHN KAvIs-Harvey. Trade Course. CHARLES KELLEY-HHIVCY. Technical Course. DOROTHY KELLOGG-Harvey. General Course. JAMES KELLOGG-Harvey. General Course. o Q 4 JEANNETTE KELLOGG-Harvey. Business Course. WALTER KEMNIT2-Dolton. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hi Y 1: German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3. ROBERT GLENN KENNEDY-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Representative 1, 2, Hi Y 1, 2, 3: Art Club 1, 2: Stage Crew 2, 3: Yearbook 4: Basketball 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 2: Golf 4. Lois J. KERR-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: Council 3, Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, iiholarshig 2, Typist 3,. 4: Activity Point Commission 3: Quill and Scroll 4: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook Advertising anager . ESTHER KEYS-Harvey. Academic Course. Richland Center, Wisconsin 1. Latin Club 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Archery 2, 3, 4. O 4 9 ELEANORE KITCHEN-Midlothian. Business Course. Swing Club 2. DOROTHY KLEIN-Harvey. Business Course. Spanish Club 2, 35 Footlighters Club 3: Home Economics Club 1: Gym Dem- onstration 2. JOSEPHINE KLIMALA-Harvey. Business Course. ANN KOCI-IARSKI-Harvey. General Course. Swing Club 1: Faculty Assistant 4. LAVERNE KOI-ILMAN-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Senate 2: Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1, T Pin 1, House Committee 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet I, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Welfare Committee 3: German Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club: Council 2, 3, 4: Bicycle Club 2: Stage Crew 1, "Out of the Frying Pan": Home Economics Club 1, 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Pierian Club 2, 3, 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Thorntonite 4: Yearbook 4: G.A.A. 2: Gym Demonstration 1: Graduation Usher 3: Faculty Secretary 3, 4: Red Cross Representative 3: Secretary Quill and Scroll 4. 4 Q 4 WALTER KOLLMANN-Tinley Park. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3: German Club 3, 4. CARL KORDEWIGH-Blue Island. Trade Course. DAVID Koss-Harvey. General Course. MICHAEL W. KOT-Oak Forest. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. VIRGINIA KRANTZ-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: Typist 4. OOO GEORGE W. KREIS-Midlothian. General Course. Boys' Club: Campus Patrol 1, 2. ELSIB M. KRELL-Riverdale. Business Course. German Club, 1, 2. BETTY KREPS-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Secretary 2, Second Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4: Senate 2, 3, 4: KIP 3, 4: Girls' Club: Board 1, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, May Queen Attendant 39 Spanish Club 2, 3: "Ever Since Eve" Business Staff 4, Footlighters 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Board Member 4: Numerals 4: Archery 3: Gym Demonstration 2. MARGARET KUI-:NLE-Homewood. Business Course. Council 1, Division Chairman 2, T Pin 1: Spanish Club 2. ROY KULCRAL-IV2HhOC. Trade Course. Boys Club: Hi Y 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Bicycle Club 2: Swing Club 1: Boys' Glee Clu 1, 2. o O 0 EVELYN LALLAK-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pin 1. ROBERT LANGE-Lansing. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. ERNEST E. LANGREDER-South Holland. General Course. Fenger High School 1: Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4: Campus Patrol 2. PRISCILLA LARINOFF-HHIVEY. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4: Senate 3, 4: Girls' Club: Board 3, Council 1, 4, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 2, Welfare Committee 3, May Queen Attendant 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Pierian Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Numerals 3, Small T 3, G.A.A. Leader 3: Archery 2: Swimming Pageant 2, 4, Lifesaving Awards 3: Faculty Secretary 4. PAUL LA ROCHE-Harvey. General Course. 4 9 o MARGARET LOU LASATER-Homewood. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 3, 4: Swimming Pageant 4: Lifesaving Awards 3. , HELEN LERO--Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, House Committee 4, Hostess Committee 4, Typist 3, Marshal 4, Activity Point Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Torch Pin 4: Chairman of Girls' Club Room 4. DON LETURNO-Chicago. Technical Course. DOUGLAS LINDE-Riverdale. Technical Course. BERNICE LINDQUIST-Homewood. Business Course. Bloom Township High School 1. Spanish Club 2: Quill and Scroll 4: Thomtonite 4: Yearbook: Faculty Secretary 4. o 4 4 LORRAINE LIsTER-Blue Island. General Course. MERVILLE H. LITTON-Olympia Fields. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Campus Patrol 1, Representative 3: Movie Operator 3. BYRON LIVINGSTON-South Holland. General Course. PATRICK J. LLOYD-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Boys' Club 4: French Club 2, 3. Juuus Lo CICERO-HZIVCY. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 1. o 4 o GLENNA LONG-Harvey. Business Course. Cunningham, Kentucky 1, 2. Girls' Club: Typist 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2. RUBY LONG-Phoenix. Business Course. DOROTHY LUCHT-Riverdale. Business Course. Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. KEITH H. LYRLA-Riverdale. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 4, Representative 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Swing Club 4: Thorntonite 4: Tumbling Team 4: Co-Manager of Lost and Found 3, 4. Joi-IN EDWARD MACDONALU-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Campus Patrol 2: Latin Club 3: Spanish Club 2 4: Swing Club 1, 2: Boys' Glee Club 2: Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: junior-Senior Party, Decoration Committee 3, . Page 168 Congrafufafiona ww! HMI 'UMJM fo Me graduating ffm of 1946 ak PENNEY CO. INC HARVEY, ILLINOIS SCHLOSSER BROTHERS, INC. Plymouth, Indiana Oak Grove Dairy Products Wee! lorinfing. FRED A. STANLEY l53rd Street at Turlington Avenue Phone Harvey 462 Publisher of Harvey Advertiser Guaranteed 5,000 Circulation ROGERS IEWELERS jewelry - Luggage Phone 4657 Harvey, Illinois 7 i RINKEMA BROTHERS Grocery - Market Phones 390-391 South Holland, Ill. MCCOY'S PHARMACY, INC. Prescriptions Prompt Delivery Phone Harvey 58 6 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois PETER'S SERVICE STATION Chicago Road and Water Street Thornton, Illinois Page I 70 HARVEY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Founded 1911 Harvey Post No. 155 American Legion "Harvey: Oldest Financial, if GOL! and 60lfU'ltI'y Institution" Assets over Four Million Dollars SECURITY BUILDING + Telephone 2200 HARVEY, ILLINOIS KERR FUNERAL HOME -M y iw w +4 15335 Broadway Harvey, Illinois Phone 16 or 17 PARK'S MIDWEST STORE Groceries and Fresh Meats Lending Library, Subsfalion + Open Sundays and Holidays I l Phone Harvey 4550W l X I ! Compliments of mf UW THE scofrr sronss 135 East 154 Street Phone Harvey 320 HARVEY, ILLINOIS Page I 71 JAMES IFRANCIS ILIACUIRE-Homewood. Academic Course. Mount Carmel 1, 2. Boys' Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Foot- a 3, Trac 3. GENEVIEVE MAKSELAN-Dixmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, German Club 1, Home Economics Club 1. BoNNIE J. MANGOLD-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Forum 3, Girls' Club: Welfare Committee 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Swing Club 4, Bonds and Stamps 3, 4. ROBERT MARLATT-H0mCWO0d. Technical Course. VINCENT MAREK-Phoenix. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Representative 4, Bicycle Club 4, Camera Club 1, Track 4, President of Stamp Club 4. 996 BETTY MARKES-Harvey. General Course. Girls' Club: T Pin 4, Stand-Up 1, 4, Welfare Committee 4, Swing Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Numerals 3, Small T 4. DOLORES FAY MARTENS-DOIIOH. Business Course. Girls' Club: Secretary of Attendance 1, Spanish Club 1. ANNETTE M. MARTIN-Riverdale. General Course. KIP Forum 4, Senate 3, Girls' Club: Board 3, Council 2, Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 3, Home Economics Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, Numerals 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. ROLAND MASON-HHIVCY. General Course. EDWARD MATHIEU-Harvey. Academic Course. Senate 2, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Representative 2, 3, Stag Committee 2, 4, French Club 1, 2, Bicycle Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, Track lg Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1. 690 , JOYCE MATTHEWS-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Blue Island High, 1. ELLEN MAYERCHIK-HHIVCY. Business Course. JEANETTE MAzUR-Harvey. Business Course. JoYCE MCARTHUR-Tinley Park. Business Course. CAMPBELL MCCQNNELL-Harvey. Academic Course. 004 ' OTHO MCFARLAND, JR.-HBIVCY. Academic Course. Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, Quill and Scroll 3, Purple X 3, 4, Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. EVELYN JUNE MCGOWAN-Dolton. Business Course. JAMES MCGOWAN-Blue Island. General Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 2, 3, 4. BETTY MCLAREN-HHIVCY. General Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Typist 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, Stand-Up 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, Gym Demonstration 1, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, 4. MARY MCLAREN-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: Typist 4, Stand-Up 1, Welfare Committee 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 2. 664 JAMES MCMANUS-Harvey. General Course. Senate 3, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Campus Patrol 2, Bicycle Club 2, 3, 4. EDMUND MECH-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3. RICHARD MEENAN-Midlothian. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. ELDON MBSSERSCHMIDT-DOILOD. Trade Course. Senate 2, Purple X 3, 4. BARBARA MENDRrsIcI-Ivanhoe. Business Course. 699 WILLIAM MBTZGBR-MSLICSOH. General Course. Boys' Club: Campus Patrol 3, Baseball 2. RUTH L. MICHAEL-Chicago. Business Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Thorntonite 4, Editor 4, Yearbook 4. RAY MICHALSKI-Phoenix. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Commander-in-Chief 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Safety Squad 2, Stag Committee 4, Stamp Club 4, Swing Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Manager 2. PAUL EDWARD MrLLER-Posen. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. PHILIP ALAN MILLER-Homewood. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Hi Y 4, Swing Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3. 096 SHIRLEY MILLER-Midlothian. Business Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 1, Secretary of Attendance 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club 2. THEODORE E. MILLER-Midlothian. Trade Course. JACK R. MILLS-Riverdale. Academic Course. Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3. RUTH MoCCo-Harvey. Business Course. Wisconsin 1. Girls' Club: Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Loyalty Day 3, Board 1. MARGARET MoHNEY-Harvey. Business Course. o 9 o EDWARD E. Mol-IR-Tinley Park. General Course. RICHARD N. MOODY-HHIVCY. Trade Course. KEN MoREToN-Homewood. Technical Course. KIP Forum 4, Hall Guard 4, Swing Club 1, Boys' Physical Education Leader 4. ROBERT MORRIS-Fl0SSm0Of. General Course. THBLMA MoRRIs-Harvey. General Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 4, Latin Club 1, Home Economics Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club 2. 0 9 6 YVONNE RUTH MoRsE-Harvey. General Course. Austin High School 1. Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Magazine Drive Committee 4. MILDRED MOSSEL-SOUth Holland. Business Course. Faculty Secretary. WALTER MURAWSKI-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4. WALTER MYSLIWIEC-Phoenix. Trade Course. KENNETH LAWRENCE NAGEL-Harvey. Academic Course. Latin Club 2. O06 ALICE JANE NEAL-HOm6W00d. Academic Course. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Numerals 2. PATRICIA NEELY-Dolton. Academic Course. ROBERT NEWBY-Harvey. Technical Course. JOHN EMIL NoMEs-Riverdale. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. JOYCE Now1c1cE--Harvey. Business Course. Page I 72 DONALD O'CoNNoR-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Bonds and Stamps 2. LOREITA M. OHRVALL-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 4, T Pins 1, 2, Senior Service Award 4, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Welfare Committee 33 Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, "Ever Since Eve" Usher 3, Home Economics Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, Red Cross 3. GEORGE OLDI-IAM-Harvey. General Course. Bedford High School 1. Senate 4, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. WILLIAM F. O'LBARY-DOltOn. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Bus Guard 2, Spanish Club 1, Camera Club 1, 2, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. LOU OLSEN-Ivanhoe. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Latin Club 2. O00 MILDRED N. OLsoN-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 1, Division Chairman 2, 3, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, House Committee 3, Hostess Committee 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Loyalty Day 1, Welfare Committee 1, 3, Secretary of Attendance 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Bicycle Club 1, Camera Club 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 3, Keydets 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Numerals 3, Small T 3, Archery 2, Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, Lifesaving Awards 3, Library Assistant 3, Cub Reporter 2, Baton Twirling 1, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY OLTHOFF-South Holland. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, House Committee 4, Typist 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Gym Demonstration 1. PATRICIA ORTEGEL-Markham. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pin 4, Stand-Up 4, Loyalty Day 1, 4, Latin Club 3, Swing Club 4, Archery 33 Swimming Pageant 4, Stamp Club 4, G.A.A., Basketball 4. MARCIA OWENS-Flossmoor. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society Treasurer 4, Girls' Club: Board 4, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Scholarship 1, 2, Activity Point Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4, Welfare Committee 3, Secretary of Attendance 2, German Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pierian Club 4, Swing Club 1, Girls' Choir 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 3, Archery 1, 2, Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, 4, Lifesaving Awards 3, Graduation Usher 3, G.A.A. Class Leader 2. CARYL PAARLEERG-South Holland. Business Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, Home Economics Club, 1, 2, Girls' Choir 3, 4. - O90 KEITH PADGETT-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Vice-President 4, Senate 2, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. Lots PAGORIA-Harvey. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' Club: Council 3, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Scholarship 1, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4, Welfare Committee 3, French Club 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Bicycle Club 2, 3, Business Staff Publicity Manager 4, Home Economics Club 1, Pierian Club 4, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Demonstration 1, Graduation Usher 3, Bonds and Stamps 4. ESTI-IER PA JAK-HRIVCY. Academic Course. Second Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senate 3, 4, Girls' Club: Speaker of Division Chairman 4, Board 4, Council 1, 2, Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 3, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4, Activity Point Commission 3, Loyalty Day 4, May Queen's Maid of Honor 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Home Economics Club 1, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, Purple X 3, 4, Secretary 4, Swing Club 4, Thorntonite 3, 4, Yearbook 3, Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Faculty Secretary 2, Graduation Marshal 3. ' ' EDWARD J. PA JOR-HBIVCY. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 1, 4, Thorntonite 3, Lifesaving Awards 2, Class Leader 3, 4. GERALD M. PALS-South Holland. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Bus Guard 4, Representative 2. ooo ERMINIA PANozzo-Dolton. Business Course. Girls Club: Stand-Up 4, Welfare Committee 2, Spanish Club 2, Home Economics Club 1. PETE PANozzo-Dolton. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Bus Guard 2, Swing Club 1. MARION PARTRIDGB-HRIVEY. General Course. San Diego High School 3. Girls' Club: Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Board Member 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 3, Large T 4, Gym Demonstration 2, Swimming Pageant 2, G.A.A. Leader 2, 3, 4. - WILLIAM R. PAUL-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Stag Committee 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Swing Club 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, Tumbling 4, Lost and Found 4. JEANNINE PAYAN-Markham. Academic Course. Latin Club 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board Member 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 2, Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, 4. 606 SUSAN PBASLBY-Fl05Sm00f. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Marshal 4, Activity Point Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, Welfare Committee 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Purple X 4, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite 4, Yearbook 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board Mem- ber 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 2, Large T 3, Gym Demonstration 1, Swimming Pageant 2, 4, Lifesaving Awards 3. ARLYNE LOU PEIGUSS--Riverdale. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 1, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Stage Crew 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Pierian Club 2, 3, 4, Swing Club 2, 3, 4, Thomtonite 4, Feature Editor, Yearbook 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, Torch Pin 2, Refreshment Crew Football Games 4, High School Bookstore 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WILLIAM PEKAREK-Tinley Park. Trade Course. Boys' Club 2, 3, 4. MARIE PEARL PETERS-Posen. Business Course. DUANE R. PETERSEN-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Campus Patrol. ooo ELSIB MAE PETERSEN-HHIVCY. Genera Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Swing Club 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Numerals 3, Small T 4. MARILYN PFIEFER--Thornton. Academic Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Footlighters Club 4. JANE PILLNIK-Harvey. Business Course. Lindbloom High School 1. 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Senate 2, 3, KIP 3, 4, Boys' Club: Secretary 4, 'Board 4, Hall Guard 4, Repre- sentative 3, Stag Committee 2, 3, Hi Y 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. 4 Q o DONALD PYLE-Midlothian. Academic Course. Senate 4, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Bus Guard 4, Swing Club 2. RICHARD RAMPKE-Dolton. General Course. BEATRICE RANNEY--Harvey. Academic Course. St. Petersburg, Florida, 2, 3. National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 4, Stand-Up 1, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 4, Band 1, 4, Orchestra 4, Speech Broadcasts 4, Magazine Manager 4. BARBARA JOY REEvEs-Hazel Crest. Academic Course. French Club 2, 3, Footlighters Club 4, Home Economics Club 1, Swing Club 4, Faculty Assistant 4. THEODORE H. REIMER-Oak Forest. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Bus Guard 2, Swing Club 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1, Football 2, 3, 4. 690 HELEN E. REMKUS-Markham. Business Course. 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Girls' Club: T Pin 1, Camera Club 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Numerals 3, Swimming Pageant 2, 4, Swimming Meet 3. ERNEST SAYRE-Orland Park. General Course. Orland Park High School 1, 2. Bus Guard 4. JOHN SCHAAP-HHIVEY. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. CAROL Sci-IILLER-Harvey. General Course. Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club 1. ooo MAE RUTH SCHLINGER--HHIVCY. General Course. German Club 3, Faculty Secretary 4. ELEANOR SCHMIDT-HHIVCY. Business Course. German Club 1. Jo-ANNE SCHMIDT-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Senate 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pierian Club 3, 4, Swing Club 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, Numerals 1, Small T 2, Archery 2, Graduation Usher 3, Faculty Secretary 2, 3, 4. DOLORES SCHNERING-HHIVCY. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1, Faculty Secretary 3. LOLA SCHNURLEIN-Dolton. Business Course. Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Loyalty Day 1, Spanish Club 1, Swing Club 2, 3. . OOO RUDY SCHREIBER-Homewood. Academic Course. 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Page I 76 THURIITUIIITES BETTY ANDERSON GLORIA ANDERSON NORMA APEL BARBARA BALKE CHUCK BENNETT PHYLLIS BENNOT LOIS BERG JIM BEWLEY GORDON BIESBOER FRANCES BILLINGTON JUNE BINETTE JOAN BLACK NORMA BLACK JOAN BODzA SHIRLEY BODZA BARBARA BOWDEN LAVONNE BROWN SUZANNE BROWN LORRAINE BROzEK GWENN BRUGGEMAN VERNA BURROW KEN BUSS SUZANNE CAIRNS DOLORES CHLEBDA LOYOLA CHRISTY BUD CHURCHILL BETSY CLARK MARIE COMPAGNONI BOB CONNELL NANCY CORDT PHYLLIS COUWENHOVEN LESTER CRAWL GERTRUDE CUFFE CAROL CUMMINGS DOLORES CUMMINGS LOIS CUNNINGHAM BENEDICT CZYL WILLARD DALENBERG BETTY DAVIDSON SUZANNE DAVIS SHIRLEY DAY GERDINE DE GRAEE MELVIN DE GRAFF JOYCE DODGE BARBARA DREW MARIE DROGULA CAROL EMERSON PHYLLIS ENDERS CATHERINE EVANS AMY FREDRICK CARMELLA FIRETTO BETTY JANE FISCHER JACKIE FURTH JEAN FURTI-I FLORA GALLEGOS BEATRICE GILLESPIE NORMA GITERSONKE JOAN GOODEN HARRIET GOUWENS LOIS GOUWENS ELIZABETH GRAKAUSKAS FRANCES HARDING LOUISE HOEKSTRA BETTY ANN HORD SHIRLEY HOWARD BILLIE JEZEK LOU JOHNSON LOIS JOINER DOLORES JONES HARRIETTE JONES JOSEPH KALTWASSER JOAN KERR LOIS KERR RICHARD KEYS GLENNA KINER MAE JEANNE KLEMSTEIN LAVERNE KOHLMAN FRANCES KOTRULYA DON KRANTZ VIRGINIA KRANTZ LOIS KRUGER LORRAINE LENKE HELEN LERO GLENNA LONG SHIRLEY LORENZ KEITH LYRLA HOWARD LYTE JOANNE MARKS BEATRICE MECH BARBARA MEEDER BARBARA MELKENT ELAINE MESSERSCHMIDT RUTH MICHAEL MARGE MORRONE LORETTA OHRVALL NANCY OHRVALL LOIS PAGORIA DOROTHY PA JAK ESTHER PA JAK MARION PARKS BILL PAUL DARLENE PAVICH SUSAN PEASLEY ARLYNE PEIGUSS VIRGINIA PEIGUSS SHIRLEY PELKE GERALDINE PETERSON FRANCES PIPER MARY POCHOS GRACSON POWERS DON REMDE JACQUELINE REICHERT JO RIBANDO OLGA RIECHES ANTOINETTE RINELLA GERALDINE RING DOLORES ROBERTS SHIRLEY SCHLINDER DORIS SENESAC DONNA SPINA LORRAINE SPINA BOB SPINDLER ELEANORE SMARON MARILYN SMITH PAULA SOENKSEN JEAN STALCUP ADELA SWENSON RUTH SUMMERS FRANCES TAWZER LOIS TAYLOR DORIS LEE TEMPLIN ELEANOR TRUSCHKE BEATRICE TUREK DOROTHY TWIETMEYER BEATRICE VANDENBERG JOANNE VAN DER GIESSEN HELEN VAN LANINGHAM JUNE VOLBRECHT DOLORES VONDRACEK BERNIE WALINSKI DOROTHY WEBER PAT WEBER VIRGINIA WEBER GEORGEANN WEISS MARGIE WELLS MURIEL WERNICKE DOLORES WESLOWSKI CONNIE WHEELDON LORRAINE WUJIK HELEN XENICK MARY ZINN Page I 77 Clan of 1946 Lots of Luck and Best Wishes, and Always Remember One of the Chief Necessities of a Good Appearance is Good Clothing - Well Tailored, Fitted, and Stylish. 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Girls' Club: Council 4, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Swing Club 2, 3, 4, Archery 3, Faculty Secretary 4, Junior Red Cross Board 4. ooo FRANCES TAWZER-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Marshal 4, Commission 3, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Welfare Committee 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Stage Crew 4, Footlighters Club 4, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. LOIS CARYOL TAYLOR-Homewood. General Course. Camera Club 3, Footlighters 4, Swing Club 1, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. EUNICE TAYLOR-HHIVCY. Business Course. DORIS LEE TEMPLIN-Thornton. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 2, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Mother- Daughter Banquet 4, Stand-Up 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Bicycle Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, Torch Pin 4, Refreshment Crew 4. F. DARRELL THoMAs-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Campus Patrol 1, Representative 1, 4, Stag Committee 4, Hi Y 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Swing Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. 909 RBVERSA THOMAS-Harvey. General Course. BERNICB THRUSH-Harvey. General Course. BOB TF-I1gL-Dolton. General Course. Senate 3, Boys' Club: Hall Guard 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee 'Qu 1. EILEEN JOAN TIENSTRA-HOmCW00d. Academic Course. Tucson High 3. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 1, Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. JOSEPH TIENs1'RA-Homewood. Academic Course. o 4 o Dba-SIE MAE TIMMINS-Midlothian. Business Course. Bowen High School 1, 2, Archery 3. SYLVIA L. TORNABENE-HSIVCY. General Course. SAM KENNETH ToR'roRIcI--Harvey. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Campus Patrol 1, Representative 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. JEAN TRKULJA-Harvey. Business Course. SHIRLEY TROWBRIDGE-HKIVEY. Business Course. Girls' Club: House Committee 4, Typist 3, 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, 4, Loyalty Day 1, 2. 600 KENNETH TRUMPEY-Oak Forest. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 3, Campus Patrol 4. ELEANOR TRuscI-IKE-Harvey. Business Course. LEONA R, TRYNER-Tinley Park. Academic Course. German Club 1, 2, 3, Speech Broadcasts 3. BEATRICE MAE TUREK-Hazel Crest. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' Club: Council 4, Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, Typist 4, Activity Point Commission 3, Chairman 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Club 3, Graduation Usher 3, Faculty Secretary 4, Co-Chairman of Scholarship Day 3. HELEN TURNBULL-HBIVCY. Business Course. 4 9 v JUANITA A. TURNLEY-Harvey. Academic Course. Latin Club 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club Z, G.A.A. 3. MILDRED TYssE-South Holland. Business Course. GERTRUDE VAN BAREN-South Holland. Business Course. BEATRICE VANDENBERG-Dolton. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 1, T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 1, 2, 3, French Club 4, German Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 4, President 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Thorntonite 4, Assistant Editor 4, Yearbook 4, Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club 1, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Numerals 2, Small T 3, Archery 2, 3, Gym Demonstration 1, Swim- ming Pageant 2, 4. JOYCE VAN DERAA-HKIVCY. General Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 4. ooo LUCILLE VANDERAA-South Holland. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 1, T Pins 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Swing Club 2, Library Assistant 3. AGNES VANDER GIEssEN-South Holland. Business Course. HENRY VANDER GIEssEN-Harvey. Business Course. Boys"Club: Hall Guard 4. CORNELIUS VANDER HEYDEN-South Holland. General Course. RICHARD VAN DER WOUDE-South Holland. Trade Course. NORMAN VAN DEuRsEN-South Holland. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2. 4 9 Q LEONA VAN DRUNEN-South Holland. Academic Course. D. THoMAs VAN ETTEN-Harvey. Academic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Boys' Club: Representative 1, 4, Stag Committee 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Bicycle Club 1, 2, 3, Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, Bonds and Stamps 3. CAROL VAN WIE-Markham. Business Course. ANNETTA C. VAUGHT-Markham. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Mother-Daughter 1, 3, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, Loyalty Day 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, Speech Broadcasts 4. WILFRED VELDHUIS-South Holland. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, Bus Guard 4, Campus Patrol 1, Boys' Glee Club 2. JUNE VOLERECHT-South Holland. Business Course. National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' Club: Council 4, Division Chairman 2, T Pins 1, 2, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, German Club 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Purple X 3, 4, Thorntonite 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Faculty 4, junior Red Cross Representative 4. Page we While at school have your car serviced at Ilansenfs Service Station 'I49 and Halsted Streets Phone Harvey 3473 Business Telephone Blue Island 1791 W. W. KOEHLER PAPER CO. Wholesale Wrapping Paper and Bags 2217-2227 Grove Street Blue Island, Illinois PARKVIEW BOWLING LANES 216 West 138 Street RIVERDALE, ILLINOIS Phone 1384 Compliments of MAZZACAVALLO'S ' Delicatessen 14288 Lincoln Avenue Dolton, Illinois ANTON STERKER TAILOR SHOP l Fine Tailoring Cleaning and Pressing n 1 15405 Center Avenue, Harvey, Illinois 1 Telephone Harvey 1372 3 TO THE SENIOR CLASS We appreciate your pa- tronage and wish you the greatest of success in future undertakings . . . 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Business Course. National Honor Society 3, 4: Girls' Club: T Pins 1, 2, Marshal 4, Commission 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, Stand-Up 1, 2, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Welfare Committee 3, 4: Foot- lighters 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, President 2: Swing Club 3: Girls' Choir 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Board Member 3, 4: Numerals 2, Small T 3, Large T 3: Gym Demonstration 1: Lifesaving Awards 3: Faculty Secretary 4: General Chairman of Freshman Stand-Up 4. LAVONNE VREEMAN-SOUth Holland. Business Course. Latin Club 2. NELLIE VROEGI-I-South Holland. Business Course. Magazine Committee 4. DON VROOMAN-HHIVCY. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 4: Latin Club 2. BETTY WADDELI.-Harvey. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4: French Club 1, 2: Swing Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 2: G.A.A. 3: Numerals 2: Archery 3: Volley Ball 3: Gym Demonstration 1. o 9 Q JAMES WADDELL-Harvey. Trade Course. , NORMA WALTON-Homewood. General Course. Bloom Township High School 3. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 2: Swing Club 2, 4: Home Economics Club 2, 4. RAYMOND B. WELCH-HHIVCY. Business Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. GERALDINE RAE WERNER-Harvey. General Course. Girls' Club: House Committee 1, Mother-Daughter Banquet 3: Spanish Club 2: Home Economics Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2: Archery 4. I MURIEL WERNICKE-Dolton. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 3, T Pins 1, 2, junior Service Award 3, Marshal 4: Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, Stand-Up 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Refreshment Crew 4. 060 FLORENCE WESNER-Phoenix. Business Course. CONSTANCE LOUISE XXIHEELDON-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Footlighters Club 4: Swing Club 2, 3. EDWARD C. WICK-Dolton. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4, Bus Guard 4: German Club 1, 2. GENE M. WILKINSON-Riverdale. General Course. Band 1, 2, 3. GEORGE WILLIAMS-Phoenix. General Course. Boys' Club: Hi Y 1, 2: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Bowling 1. o 4 o ELLEN MAE WILLIAMSON-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Latin Club 3, 4: Home Economics Club 2: Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4. HERBERT WILLS-Riverdale. Technical Course. BARBARA WILSON-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Division Chairman 4, T Pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, Stand-Up 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, Secretary of Attendance 4: French Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Speech Broadcasts 4: Faculty Secretary 2, 3: Library Assistant 3. LLOYD WINFREY-HHIVCY. General Course. MARY ANN WISEMAN-Oak Forest. Academic Course. 9 Q 0 FRANK WITVOET--Chicago Heights. General Course. Bloom Township High School 1, 2, 3. FRED WOJCIEHOUSKI-Harvey. Trade Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: Hi Y 2, 4. AURELIA WOLTER-MHLICSOH. Academic Course. Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Footlighters Club 4: Band 4. ELIZABETH WOOD-Harvey. Academic Course. JUNE WOOD-Flossmoor. General Course. o O o MARVIN J. WOODSTRUP-Midlothian. Academic Course. Spanish Club 2, 3: Swing Club 1, 2. GUY EDWARD WOoLMs-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4. NEIL WoRcEsTER-Harvey. Academic Course. HELEN XENICK-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Council 4: T Pins 1, 2, Marshal 4, Mother-Daughter 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Attendance 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Stage Crew 4: Foot- lighters 4: Swing Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 1: G.A.A. 2. LOUISE YADRON-HKIVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: Council 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 3. ooo HENRY YONKMAN--Phoenix. General Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 2, 3: German Club 1: Chorus 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club 1. NORMAN JEAN ZEI-INER. Academic Course. Boys' Club: Hall Guard 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: "Ever Since Eve" 4: Footlighters 4. DOROTHY MAE ZILSKE-H0mCW00d. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1: Swing Club 2. MARY S. ZINN-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Scholarship 1, 2, 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, Stand-Up 2, Dad-Daughter Banquet 4: Torch Pin 1: Latin Club 1, 2, 4: Camera Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 1: Debate 1, 2, National Forensic League Secretary, Degree of Honor 1: Stage Crew "George Washington Slept Here" 2: Quill and Scroll 2, 4: Pierian Club 1, 2, 4: Thorntonite 1, 2, 4: Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4: Chorus 2: Girls' Choir 1: Girls' Glee Club 1: Citizens of Tomorrow WGN Broadcast 2: Faculty Secretary 2, 4: Director, Author, YMCA Pageant 1. JEAN ZOLLER--Riverdale. Academic Course. GLENN M. ZORNIG-Homewood. Technical Course. Boys' Club: Representative 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4. Photographer -- ROOT STUDIO 185 NORTH WABASH AVENUE, CHICAGO Engnwer-PONTIAC ENGRAVING 8: ELECTROTYPE COMPANY 812 WEST VAN BUREN STREET, CI-IICAGO Printer-D. F. KELLER COMPANY 3005 FRANKLIN BOULEVARD, CHICAGO Page 190 A Cappella Choir All Girl Orchestra ......... Art Department .......... Band .......... Baseball ........... 132 130 34 134 136 Basketball ........... .... 9 4 Bicycle Club ............ .... 6 3 Board of Education ...... .... . . . 6 Boys Club ................................................. ........ 4 8 Boys Glee Club ...................................................... 133 Boys Physical Education Department .......... .... 3 7 Building and Grounds ............................... .... 1 9 Business Department ............................. .... 3 0 camera Club ........ ........ 6 3 Cheerleaders .......... Class Principals Dean of Boys ....,..... Dean of Girls .......... Debate ................ Dedication ................. Die Deutsch Ecke ....... English Department ...... "Ever Since Eve" ........... Faculty .................. Faculty Assistants ..... Flag Day ................ Football .............. Footlighters ......... French Club ......... Freshman Class ...... EAA ............... German Club ....... 138 8 8 8 60 4 84 22 80 10 85 102 64 60 84 38 98 84 Girls Choir ............ ....... ....... ........ 1 3 3 Girls Club ................................................. ........ 5 2 Girls Glee Club .................................................... 132 Girls Physical Education Department .......... .... 3 6 Golf ........................................................... ........ 1 39 Home Economics Club ........ .... 6 3 Homemaking Department ....... .... 2 5 Industrial Arts Department ......... .... 2 8 Junior Class .............. .... 8 6 junior Red Cross ........ .... 8 3 Heydets ...... KIP ........... .......... Language Department ......... .... Latin Club ......................... .... Le Cercle Francais .......... Madrigal Group ................. ....... Mathematics Department ........ .... Music Appreciation Class .......... ....... Music Department ................. .... National Forensic League ........ .... National Honor Society ........ ....... Neyvspaper ............................ .... "Nine Girls" ....... nflice Assistants ........ Orchestra ................. Pan-American League ........ .... Parent-Teacher Association Pierian Club ........................ .... Plays ................................. ....... Professional Directory ....... ....... Promenade ....................... ....... Publications ...... ... Purple X ............. uuill and Scroll ........ 131 61 35 84 84 131 31 130 32 60 103 59 81 19 130 84 82 60 80 141 140 58 62 59 Science Department ......... ....... 2 6 Senior Class ........................... . ,..... 104 Social Science Department ........ .... 2 4 Sophomore Class ..........,........ .... 7 0 Spanish Club ........... 84 "Stage Door" ........... 81 Superintendent ....... 7 Swing Club ................ 83 Thornton Honor Roll ....... ....... 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