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

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M2 it wwf BECAUSE she has enthusiastically carried on her teaching since 1924 with unflinching loyaltyg Because she is understanding in all matters Whether they be large or small, and is a close friend to both faculty and stu- dentsg ' Because she is honest in everything she says and does, has a refreshing sense of X454 2 i 2 :J 1 1 i 4 humor, thus presenting a perfect example of faultless characterg Because her firm principles set a prece- dent to all of usp Because of her wise philosophy of life, 4 which helps to create healthy minds and ll hearts in the future citizens of our com- munities - We, the yearbook staff, dedicate the 1947 THORNTONITE. , - 5, L - l ' 1 ,gg .-..,,.,5 i U MMA! UV. ju, W fr A J Www Page 8 Frank P. Cowing Walter Haines Edward R. lfVaterman The path to success is laden with many pitfalls unknown to us. Friendly leaders are needed to guide our puzzled minds. We find them here, along the way. Marv! of glclucafion G. H. Gibson A. H. McDougall Constant vigilance, wise leader- ship. To the Board of Education of Thornton Township High School, those four words express the very essence of the momentous job they have undertaken. It is a job without thanks or praise, and they have un- dertaken it voluntarily, receiving no material gain for their efforts. The Board is made up of five men, namely, a company president, a con- sulting engineer, a township official, an attorney, and a banker. These men, from several representative walks of life, all have a common de- sire to keep Thornton in the hon- ored position that it has attained. The company president, Mr. G. H. Gibson, was, before retirement, head of the Chicago Steel Car Company. He has served the Board faithfully for the past 35 years. The consult- ing engineer, Mr. A. H. McDougall, has been a member of Thornton's Board of Education for thirty-four years. The township official, Mr. Walter Haines, the attorney, Mr. Frank P. Cowing, and the banker, Mr. Edwin R. Waterman, in conjunction with the two previously mentioned mem- bers, have such responsibility as em- ploying faculty members and deter- mining their salaries and regulating the budgets and expenditures of the school. To these men, who have served us so well, we owe a great debt of gratitude. l -2 XVillia1n E. BIeVey. B.S.. .X.NI., Ph.D. Ohio University. University of Chicago. Superintendent of Thorton Township High School and junior College. ulaerinfenclenf NVQ the students ol' Tlrornton Town- ship High School, have for our superin- tendent a quiet, mannerly, and distin- guished gentleman, whom the world has chosen to call Dr. Yllilliani Estus MeVey. For twenty-eight years Dr. MeVey has served well both students and faculty. He has given freely ol' his knowledge to all who needed it, and generously of his aid to all who asked it. He has been a friend to those who wanted a friend and a leader for everyone to follow. For Dr. MeVey is not just the superintendent of our school, he is Thornton. Page 9 300.118 6105 O. Fred Umbaugh, A.B., A.M. Wit- tenberg College, University of Chi- cago. Head of English Department. Dean of Boy . W-X Page 1 0 Miss Helene Wilson, Dean of Girls, has always been a source of inspiration and help to Thornton's girls. She has willingly given her 'time and effort in solving their problems, and has worked with them as a friend. Miss Wilson was elected during the past year to the office of President of the Illinois Association of Deans of Women. She has been Thornton's Dean of Girls for fourteen years and is constantly busy as Sponsor of the Girls Club. She is a faculty member of Purple X. As a reward for her untiring effort she has the respect and admiration of every Thornton girl. 7 , l L 5 l Room 108-B is usually the scene of much activ- ity during the course of any regular school day, for it is the office of Mr. O. F. Umbaugh, disci- plinarian and Dean of Boys, head of the English Department, and faculty adviser of KIP and Purple X. The combination of the duties of these positions comprise a full day's work, as Mr. Umbaugh will readily tell you. Years of experience, however, have given him the ability to handle his work efficiently and with a complete understanding of the problems of teen-age boys and girls. As Dean of Boys, he helps to show Thornton's male students the way to a clean-cut and eventful high school life. As disciplinarian, he comes in contact with almost every problem faced by the average American youth, and in most cases is able to do much toward straightening out the trouble. As the close of school draws near, Mr. Um- baugh concludes another year of faithful service and understanding guidance to the students of Thornton. Helene E. Wilson, B.A., M.A. Uni- versity of Wisconsin, Northwestern University, Oxford University. Dean of Girls. Clifford R. Maddox, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Georgetown College, Peabody Teachers College, Uni- versity of Chicago. Supervisor of Instruction, Orientation and Civics. Principal of Class of 1950. Guy Phillips, A.B., A.M. Uni- versity of North Dakota, Uni- versity of Chicago. Head of Mathematics Department. Prin- cipal of Class of 1949. 'x J. F. Zimmerman, Ph.B., A.M. University of Chicago. Head of Social Science Department ex- cept History. Principal of Class of 1948. joseph B. Stephens, B.S., A.M. University of Chica o, Univer- sity of Indiana. a ematics. Principal of ass 1 47. Four very important members of the faculty are the class principals. By a rotating system, Mr. J. B. Stephens, Mr. J. F. Zimmerman, and Mr. G. Phillips conduct a class from the sophomore year to the night of graduation. To Dr. C. R. Maddox, the Freshman Class Principal, falls the task of acquaint- ing the freshmen with Th ' s- toms and traditions. During his school days, a student always depend upon the class principals for help in solving school problems, and after graduation there are memories of the kindness, interest, and understand- ing of these faculty members. Page I I JWMDA- - - Page I 2 C-T1CllAg HAROLD EUGENE ADAMS, B.1id., M.A. Southern Illinois State Normal Uni- versity, University of Illinois, Mathe- matics. BERT B. ANDERSON University of Illinois, Northern Illi- nois Teachers College, Colorado State Teachers College. Industrial Arts. NIILDRED E. ANDERSON, A.B., MA. Tufts College, Northwestern Univer- sity, University of Paris, University of Besancon, Middlebury College. Head of Foreign Language Department. VVALTER ARMBRUSTER, B.M., M .M ., A.M. Heidelberg College, Conservatory of Music, Columbia University, North- western University. Director of Choral Music. VERA MARIE BARNINGS, B.S., M.A. University of Chicago, Northwestern University. Mathematics. HERBERT E. BEAN, B.E., M.A. Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege, Northwestern University. Eng- lish and Debate. MARGUERITE 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, Uni- versity of Colorado, University of Iowa. Head of the Physics Department. LEONE H. BENSON, A.B. Drake University, University of Chi- cago, Harvard Summer School. Eng- lish. R. S. BERG, B.Ed., M.S. in Ed. Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege, Indiana University. Industrial Arts. HERBERT BRICKER, B.Ed., MA. Southern Illinois State Normal, Uni- versity of Illinois. Physics. LAVVRENCE BRITTON, B.S. in M Purdue University, University of Illi- nois, Indiana University. Head of In- dustrial Arts Department. ARTHUR C. BROOKLEY, B.S., M.S. Ohio 'State University, University of Chicago, University of Wyoming, Uni- versity of Illinois, Indiana University. Head of the Biology Department. RUTH BROWN, B.S., M.S. Indiana State Teachers College, Uni- versity of Illinois. Business. i..,.A, FRED -I. BURDINE, B.S., M.S. Crane Junior College, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, In- diana University. Biology. IVIARTHA G. CARR, A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Battle Creek School of Physical Edu- cation, Butler College, Indiana Uni- versity, Columbia University. Head of Health and Girls' Physical Educa- tion Department. ADELAIDE CHILDS, B.A., MA. Northwestern University, Indiana Uni- versity. English. FRANCES Z. CHILSON, BA., M.A. Morningside College, University of Iowa, University of Southern Cali- fornia. English. MARY L. COFFLAND, B.Ed. Illinois State Normal University, Uni- versity of Iowa. Girls' Physical Edu- cation. EMILY ANN COFFMAN, B.Ed., M.A. Illinois State Normal University, Uni- versity of Illinois. School of the Art Institute of Chicago. MARY COMEGYS, A.B., M .A. College of St. Francis, Illinois State Normal University, University of Illi- nois, University of Chicago. History. VERA A. CRITES, A.B., A.M. Wilmington College, University of Chicago, University of Cincinnati. English. THEODORE G. CZECH, B.S. Drake University, University of Min- nesota. Physical Education. JESSIE E. DANCEY, S.A., M.A. University of Illinois, University of W'isconsin. Social Science. GEORGE DENEMARR, A.B. University of Chicago. European His- tory. LEE DULGAR, B.Ed., A.M. Eastern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege, University of Illinois, University of Chicago. ANNA FINNELL, B.S. Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Missouri University. English and Journalism. ELIZABETH M. FORD, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College. Homemaking. l I WILLIAM C. FOWLER, M.E. Calvin Technical School of Winnipeg, Canada, University of Chicago, Hays Institute, Central College. Superin- tendent of Buildings and Grounds. Industrial Arts. FRANK E. FROSCHAUER, B.S., M .A. University of Illinois, Northwestern University. Physical Education. MARGUERITE E. FRUIN, B.Ed., A.M. University of Hawaii, St. Viator Col- lege, University of Iowa, Illinois State Normal University, De Paul Univer- sity, Gallagher School of Business. Orientation and Civics. VELIXIA GIPP, B.S., M .S. Eastern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege, University of Illinois. Mathe- matics. MARGUERITE GODWIN, A.B. Indiana State Teachers College. Eng- lish Part-Time Teacher. RAYMOND GOUWENS, A.B., LL.B., A.M. Hope College, University of Chicago. Mathematics and Science. MARTHALOU GRAY, B.S., M.S. Indiana University. Physical Educa- tion. ELIZABETH ANN GULLER, B.M. Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music, University of Chicago, Gregg College. M. M. GUNKLE, B.A. . University of Kentucky, Illinois State Normal University, University of Chi- cago. Chemistry. VIOLET HALL, B.F.A. University of South Dakota, Art Insti- tute of Chicago, Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Art. JENNIFER E. HANCE, BA., M.A., LL.B., j.D. University of Iowa, University of Col- orado, Columbia University, Univer- sity of Salamanco. Law and Govern- ment. 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 Wisconsin, Uni- versity of California. English. I MARIE HENNIGAN, A.B., M .S. University of Montana, University of California, University of Michigan, Indiana University. Business. C-Haig? Page 14 HARRIET B. HIGH, Ph.B. University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago. Spanish. Part-time Teacher. MARIE HOOPER, B.Ed., M.S. Illinois State Normal University, West- ern Illinois State Teachers College, Gem City Business College, University of Illinois, Michigan State College. LYLE A. HOPKINS, B.M. Central YMCA College, Sherwood Music School, American Conservatory, Vander Cook Band School. Band and Orchestra. T. B. HUDDLESTUN, B.S. University of Illinois. Physical Edu- cation. ETHYL MARIE JOHNSON, B.S. St. Viator College, Illinois State Nor- mal University, University of Illinois, Northwestern University. Orientation and Civics. RUTH JONES, BA., M.A. Cornell College, Columbia University, University of Iowa. Business. EVERDINE KEATING, B.S., A.M. University of Illinois, Northwestern LQ1iversity. English. Ni ARNOLD F. KOESTER, A.B., A.M. University of Iowa, University of South Dakota. German. O. L. KRUGHOFF, B.S. Bradley Polytechnic University, North- western University. Physical Educa- tion. CECILIA J. LAUBY, A.B., M.S. Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, In- diana State Teachers College, Indiana University. Biology. DOROTHY LIEB, B.S., R.N. North Dakota State College, Univer- sity of Minnesota. School Nurse. EVA L. LIEBER, Ph.B. DePauw University, Ball State Teach- ers College, University of Chicago. Head of the Business Department. P. W. LIEHR, B.S., M.S. Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Univer- sity of Illinois, Indiana University. Industrial Arts. R. F. LILLEY Beloit College, University of YViscon- Sin, University of Illinois, Mlashington University, University of Colorado. Industrial Arts. f 'fl R ' C-Ztdflkg 1 L, . Page 1 5 ' '49 1 .1 M""' fl f'f'.lf'! ' I . mg ., ., .iff ' 'W -4 ' , fp - 5fi,w+ ff' ' Page I 6 i C-MCMA? JACK LIFE, B.S. University of Illinois, University of In- diana, Purdue University. Head of Boys Physical Education Department. ELVA MART1N, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois, Illinois Commer- cial College, University of Indiana. Business. FREEMAN E. MCCONNELL, B.S., MA. Illinois State Normal University, Uni- versity Of Wyoming, University of Ill- inois. English. CARL S. IVIENDENHALL, A.B., M.S. Indiana Central College, University of Wisconsin, University of Illinois, In- diana University. Physical Education. BIARGARET MILES, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois, School of Dietet- ics, General Hospital of Philadelphia. Home Economics. IDENTA MOLER, B.Ed., MA. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, Colorado State Teachers College of Education. English. LYDIA IVIUSSMAN, B.S., M.S. University Of- Illinois, 'Presbyterian Hospital of Dietetics, University of Chicago. Homemaking. GENEVIEVE MUssoN, B.A., M.A. University of Iowa, University of Wyo- ming. Foreign Languages. FRANCES NELSON, B.A., M.A. Wheaton College, University of Ill- inois. English. TOM NISBET, B.S. University of Illinois. Physical Educa- tion. LYDIA NOBLE Study Hall Teacher. DONALD B. O,BRIEN, A.B., M.A. University of Michigan, Central YMCA College, Art Institute of Chicago. Biology. CELESTE NOEL, BD., A.M. University of Missouri, Columbia Uni- versity. Social Science. E. C. OHLERT, Ph.B. University of Chicago, Northwestern University. English and Dramatics. ma, PAULINE F. PEIRCE, BA., M.A. Butler University, University of Colo- rado, University of Chicago. English. J. ALDEN PETERSON, A.B., A.M., M.A. DePauw University, University of Chi- cago, Indiana University, Northwest- ern University. Social Science, Man- ager of Bookstore. - WILMA V. REED, B.S., M .S. University of Illinois, Columbia Uni- versity, University of Chicago. Head of Homemaking Department. FRED W. RING, B.S., M.S. University of Chattanooga, University of Illinois. Head of Chemistry Depart- ment. josEI'H E. RIPPERGER, B.S., MA. De Paul University, University of Chi- cago, University of Minnesota, Loyola University. Chemistry. HARMON D. ROBERTS, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois, 'University of Southern California. Industrial Arts. RUTH LENOIR RUSSELL, A.B., M.A. Central College, Fayette, Missouri, University of Missouri, University of Chicago, George Peabody Teachers College. English. ALICE ELINOR SAVAGE, A.B., A.M. University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin. Biology. LEONARD L. SCHILB, A.B., B.S., M.A. Central Missouri State Teachers Col- lege, University of Chicago. General Science Department. V1oLA SEEBACH, B.A., M.A. North Central College, Transylvania University, Northwestern University. Mathematics. NIAE E. SEXAUER, A.B. University of Illinois, Northwestern University, Columbia University, Uni- versity of California. English and Speech. ERMA M. SMITH, B.L., M.A. Penn College, School of Speech, North- western University, University of Mich- igan, Teachers College Columbia Uni- versity. English. EDITH SOWERS, B.S. Ball State Teachers College, University of Chicago. Business. CLARENCE STEGMEIR, Ph.B., A.M. Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege, University of Chicago. Head of - History Department. Page 1 7 ss..-g.t.w:..:...-.zsearr t A - 1. W .- I 5 'IU A M' I 1 , pa --fig' Librarian. ERWIN STUART, B. of Ed., M. of Ed. Illinois State Normal University, In- diana University, Illinois University. Industrial Arts. ANN SUNDSTROM, B.S. Northern Michigan College of Educa- tion, University of Iowa, University of Wisconsin. Business. ROBERT C. SUTOR, B.E. Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- lege, Northwestern University, Univer- sity of Illinois. Industrial Arts. V DOROTHEA THIEL, B. of A.E., A.M. School of Art Instituteof Chicago, Uni- versity Of Chicago, Columbia Univer- sity, University of Illinois. Head of Art Department. IVIILDRED P. THOMAS, A.B. Florida State College for Women, Cor- nell University, University of Chicago, Berlitz School of Languages, Riggitoni School of Languages, Allen-Gomez School of Spanish. Spanish, Part-time teacher. MARY PRUDENCE THOMPSON, B.P.S.M., M.S. Southern College, Indiana University. Choral Music. VIRGINIA HAMILTON, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College, George Peabody College for Teachers. HELEN E. KROHN, B.S. Western Reserve, Wfooster College, Co- lumbia University. Librarian. JOHN E. FLILTON, B.S., A.M. University of Illinois, Wilson Junior College, University of Chicago. Chem- istry and Mathematics. G. R. VALEERT, B.S., M.S. University of Illinois. Science. D. P. VAN ETTEN Purdue University, Colorado State Col- lege, Bradley Polytechnic Institute. ln- dustrial Arts and Vocational Educa- tion. FLORENCE WATERMAN, B.S. Baldwin Wallace College, Lewis Insti- tute, Columbia University. Cafeteria Manager. NIARIE D. WEIs, Ph.B., A.M., j. D. I University of Chicago, Indiana Univer- sity, John Marshall Law School. Social Science. A. A. WINTERBAUER. Illinois State Normal University, Brad- ley Polytechnic, University of Illinois. Industrial Arts. VELMA' VVRAY, A.B. Illinois College, Whitewater State Tea- chers College. Business. FLORENCE WUNDERLICH, Ph.B., A.M. Grenoble, University of Paris, Middle- bury College. Foreign Languages. University of Chicago, University o Page 1 8 A YVhen you look into the two ofhces at the southwest end of the building, you will be gazing on the most important places in the entire school. You will find a staff of office assistants who perform many tasks which are important to the successful administration of the school. Files of the attendance of students in the past and present, records of grades and citizenship, and personality ratings for each pupil may be found in these rooms. The announcements which you hear over the public address system in the morning and throughout the day corne from this main office. Qf ice lnera ford Miss Constance Lovejoy is secretary to Dr. Williztm E. McVey. Miss Jane L. Ridder is registrar, and Miss Barbara Goostree operates the switchboard. Others who are a part of the office staff are: Miss Edith Kordewich, Miss Betty Meeboer, and Miss lidith Mitchell. The secretary to Dr. C. R. Maddox and Dean Beck is Miss Annabeth Ridder. The superintendent of the building and grounds is Mr. V. L. Parish, and his assistant is Mr. YV. C. Fowler. Page 1 9 'N L. l I A Page 20 ,. 1 l . ll 13:25 rammar rem and J' l Nr , Oh, those fortunate seniors! They have all the luck when it comes to Eng- lish. If, during their first three years, they have made an "A" or "B" average, they may choose dramatics, debate, public speaking, or journalism instead of fourth year English. The fourth year course consists of English Literature and further work in composition. The senior can now recall the "good old days" when he was a freshman. He was then introduced to a wide reading program, which developed an apprecia- tion for good literature. He obtained his books from either the English Rental Library, which contains 22,739 volumes valued at 5B23,538, or from the main library, which contains ll,8S0 volumes valued at 31,398 over last year. The stu! dents may also use the main library for reference work under the supervision and guidance of two librarians and stue dent assistants. . I During his sophomore year he strug- gled through those everlasting nouns, verbs, and conjunctions. He will always remember the first speech he gave in literature class and the first composition written during his junior year. Now he is a senior! If he desires to look behind the scenes or charm an audi- ence, he, no doubt, will choose dramatics. Perhaps he prefers to discuss different world-wide problems with others, then by all means, he should choose debate. On the other hand, if he is interested in writing, the journalism class is the log- ical place for him. He may either work on the school paper or the school an- nual, or both if he desires. The English department is Thornton's largest department, and is made up of nineteen teachers under the supervision of Mr. O. F. Umbaugh. I 5 ew i 2- V 9 .S 1 f 1' l'0gI"856 l"0lfU 8l"5 Mr. J. F. Zimmerman is the head of the Social Science Department and Mr. C. C. Stegmeir supervises the history section. European, Modern, and American History, which is required of every stu- dent at Thornton, are the three groups of history. Civics, which is required of every fresh- man student, is an elective for all stu- dents. It teaches about the organization of the government. Commercial law gives the pupil a glance at the legal affairs of our nation. Commercial Geography explains the influence of the locality and climate upon enterprises, business opportunities and ideals of the various peoples. Economics is concerned mainly with how the pupil can make a good living and how the government uses, controls, and makes money. Sociology deals with the origin and evolution of society and the different functions of human groups. The Social Science Department helps the students to understand not only the history and development of our world but also many practical things of life so he can improve our government. o f 0 mea 9111190 ? ,. X Today, as never before, the young people of America realize the many benefits to be gained from the knowledge of a foreign language. As the nations of Europe can now be reached in a few hours by airplane, many Thornton stu- dents are likely to realize their dreams of traveling to foreign countries. Courses in French, Spanish, and Ger- man offer the student an excellent oppor- tunity, not only to learn to read and write the language, but to speak it as well. Even after one year's study, boys and girls taking the same language are able to carry on simple conversations among themselves. Latin, the fourth language course offered at Thornton, provides the stu- dent with a basic knowledge of our own language, since English is largely de- rived from it. Although it is almost impossible to speak Latin, persons per- suing the study of it find it very inter- esting and helpful to them in their other subjects. The language department, under the direction of Miss Mildred E. Anderson, is doing much to contribute to the in- creasing interest of Thorntonites in foreign affairs. With the United Nations organization and the good neighbor policy in full swing, people everywhere look forward to many pleasant relationships with foreign countries all over the world. Q54 ,AM is Page WI 1 H in Page 24 mfg E ed Ahhhhh! Delicious scents greet you as you pass the homemaking department, and assure you that the girls are prepar- ing elegant morsels of food. So, it makes you hungry? Maybe you'1l be one of the lucky people to be invited to a dinner, and watch neatly clad girls serve the meals which they themselves have prepared. The cooking classes prepare and give teas for various organizations through- out the year. The Homemaking Apart- ment serves as a very suitable back- ground for these occasions. Re-styling and making simple and then more complex garments is the work of the students in the sewing classes. Each year the sewing classes present a tea, at which the girls model garments which they have made. The mothers are the special guests. Miss VVilma Reed is at the head of the Homemaking Department. P57 f K. Mug. ....,.....-A . x , eomefric enibwea Mathematics began back in the year 17,000 B.C. when it was originated by the Greeks and the Arabs. And now, in l947, it is still challenging us. Thornton students are fortunate in having such a wide variety of math courses offered to them. Algebra is offered first, and is an elective of stu- dents in any year. If a student takes it in his freshman year, he may follow through with geometry in his sophomore year, advanced algebra and solid geom- etry in his junior year, and college alge- bra and trigonometry in his senior year. Thornton students realize that a good background of mathematics is essential to success in many fields. The efficiency of Thornton's math department depends to a great extent upon the supervision of Mr. Guy Phillips, who is the department head. "Ml"?7TwiT'Nl'1" l ' x ,....J N M o l 5, L Aim Alalahcfa For all freshmen students General Science is a required subject. Through- out the year the freshmen become ac- quainted with various phases of chem- istry, physics, and biology. Although they go into each one only slightly, it prepares them for any science subjects in the next three years. Biology is the subject offered to stu- dents in their sophomore year. The stu- dents learn about plant, animal, and human life. They learn of the many dif- ferent parts of plants and animals and how to dissect them. The chemistry department, which is under the head of Mr. Fred Ring, is another science subject offered to stu- dents in either their junior or senior year. Chemistry deals with the physical and chemical changes of elements and compounds. Students learn how to make certain compounds and mixtures by mix- ing different elements and compounds Without blowing themselves up. x if . f. 'L ffv' l I5 sql! ' .I R fl ffl 'lar ' ' 'N ' Y ' nun.. ci Physics is offered to the seniors, and it is the most diiiicult subject of the science department. Mr. C. L. Beier is the head of this department. During a physics class you may learn why your automobile' slides on a wet pavement and not on a dry one. You will also learn ' 'ne run. what makes your automobile engi Mr. Beier discusses the cause and effect of ordinary occurrences. Pre-flight is offered to students and teaches them all about Hying. They lcarn all about science aeronautics to the time of actual flight. The field of science oifered at Thorn- ' ' ' ful ton is both interesting and use . IQ 5.-qi ! X Page 27 KN-'Wim Z' gi --gr? .ll 7 'Gr' ,V Page 28 gfhcienf gmlaag if Under the able guidance of Miss Eva Lieber, the business department is turning out well- trained secretaries, accurate bookkeepers, and excellent typ- ists. This is the goal of Thorn- ton's business department, and it is being reached every year. Now that the war is over, busi- ness standards are extremely high. Only those who have the best business training will get the available jobs. The depart- ment is not perfect, but it is cer- tainly at the top. Thornton has excellent busi- ness facilities. Every pupil is given the opportunity to do the best he can. It is quite impos- sible for all students to find a place in the business world, but additional classes are provided in summer school and night school for those who want to find positions and who want to be better business men and women. . 5 x vibe .EB'3'9" X 5' yr, wif X iff? .X ' X f ff el' 5 Qabn' SQ 'C 0 f ,, "4 Q .- 4. - X X 1, . 4 1: X X 1 X . fl! 4 A W f lr W! ,nc x H 'An ,P , A 3 ., y .Y 4521 l KSN gs' E "uname-S 1 is N- 0 I V Q9 .3 X . ., , , f on -. 'f s ':, "3 'fl-, waz ., I F jf. ' --i+....., . ' A ll If 3. V. . 1' 'a2C..aE1'Z' , - Vx Cs- xy - - ZITI, l"6lI'l6!f RUCLLPJ 3-fx t, lg ZZ gli' i s Q f A Kwai' - IQ Ml I C RT ll 6 . cl I CHC y Page 30 "YVhy don't you watch where you're going?" "I couldn't help running into you. You see, I was admiring the poster above the door. I wonder who made it?', Ah, yes! These are familiar phrases in the halls of Thornton. For Thorn- ton's Art Department has shown that it is composed of talented students. These "Rembrandts" of tomorrow have made most of the posters seen in Thornton's halls. All freshmen are required to take a course of art. This enables them to learn the practical aspects of art, and better appreciate it. Sophornores are able to apply the principles which they learned in their freshmen year to poster work and figure drawing. Juniors and seniors are offered com- mercial art, advanced art, and art and crafts. Advertising and letter design are taught in commercial art, while the ad- vanced art classes learn about portrait- ure, caricature, and mural designs. In the .craft classes a student learns the theories of design, and applies them to his work with leather and other materials. L.a'.?:s, M. ,- s N 'Hx IT. wx ' ' ' Q ,- ,rv . . H C' c- . Ligue 6f,l'lCL!lC5 The class in History and Appreciation of Music meets every day during the third period in room 146. It is a full credit subject and is designed for those students who desire a more complete knowledge of music. During the first semester, a study is made of the elements of music. These include notation, rhythm, melody, har- mony, polyphonic and monophonic music, form and expression. During the second semester, a thorough study is made of representative compositions of important composers to illustrate the following periods in music history: early polyphonic, polyphonic, classic romantic, nationalistic, impressionistic, and mod- ern. Considerable attention is given to the listening of radio programs, current events, criticisms, and attendance at operas and concerts. Much time is de- voted to listening to music through re- cordings. any All lo Q VV j l 7 H1159 T I i I I X J ' .nf 41 W ef Cs fgh A Ip 4 :X qi .AAL .fdrfifianfi One of the largest departments here at Thornton, the Industrial Arts Depart- ment, is headed by Mr. L. Britton. Un- der his supervision and guidance the boys enrolled in this department are given the opportunity to develop skill in one particular Held. Thus, they are started on the road to specialization in some profession, such as drafting or en- gineering. Students who are taking this course may plan it from the following list of subjects: blue printing, auto mechanics, metal works, electricity, wood working, machine shop, mechanical drawing, shop math, trade physics, and trade chemistry. RQFTS fl' I ou 'c, 0 If My X I f , fxfwm' ,, f ' 'Q A 4 f ,I-gt! lv Most of the boys taking auto mechan- ics supply themselves with coveralls, for it has been discovered by means of sad t f , A exper1ences that working with such things as internal combustion engines and gears is sometimes pretty hard on good clothes. This department has done much in the past to train Thornton students so that they will be ready to obtain and hold worthwhile positions in later life, and we are sure that Mr. Britton and his staff will continue to see that it runs smoothly and satisfactorily at all times. 37" ?7 I X3 Page 33 N ff if dfgyi!-fd-Las, A 'Xxx . . -A9 H VY . K. ' qi if I, Y I V i' w it f - ,Is 'Ia , Mefx V if uc--f' ga at igfue 'AThere is a class for every girl" is the boast made in the past by the Girls' Physical Education Department, headed by Dr. Martha Carr, and it is still being made. Upon receiving their physical exam- inations when entering Thornton as Freshmen, the whole class is divided into groups, and they soon become acquainted with the different phases of freshman physical education which includes danc- ing and swimming with emphasis on group games and relays. Girls, not able to take such strenuous activities because of physical unfitness, are put into rest classes thus enabling them to have a period of complete re- laxation during the day. After the girl is past her Freshman year she has her choice of either Swim- ming I, II, or III, or Sports I and II, or Rhythms I. When she becomes an upperclassman there are two more activi- ties added to her list of choices- Rhythms II or Sports III. In the sports classes she learns to play such team games as: volleyball, basket- ball or baseball. In the third year sports classes she learns the techniques of indi- vidual sports such as: ping-pong, bad- minton, and archery. No matter how capable or how in- capable a girl may be in swimming or sports, there is always a "class for her." Since there are now six instructors in the Boys' Physical Education coaching Q Q '83 Qduivf .fdfkdfed ' gl staff, the average boy has a greater op- portunity for participating in the various sports. The individual student receives more attention and is able to learn more about a particular sport which he may pursue as a hobby in later life. An addition has been made to the little gym, which gives a little more space and helps to alleviate the crowded gym classes. The most popular of the sports is swimming, which is given during a stu- dent's sophomore year. The freshmen activities consist of games, relays, and exercises. Juniors and seniors partici- pate in advanced games and receive in- structions on their favorite sport. 2 I ? X e 4-,Q ' Page 35 '- - -f -f1f.W-,w-www:-.-v.wWmw-W-Hz ,-f-, LW- ,,:m-,wmumvwfwmwfexnwam1 ,M ,,.,Y wL1f.f4.,-- ,, W , , - f f , 5 5 E 5 2 i 2 E 2 3 i i 4 E 5 5 5 Q 5 , I s 4 a i xl E 3 " ' 'f f ' ' I i ,,+ffE'i,svig:-Qf21,1'?i , ,L Z"lii,, AE1ff.24.TTZ3Si'f5v'f'l4"E3Zif?Zi?X3':w ,5 Mm? , B HD Riding down life's perplexing road, all of us are tourists-from the Freshman heading up his rocky frail, to the Senior, for whom the path seems a smooth highway. 3" 0' 9 1 Q5' xrlig v' z J .ans 55.735, v V5 aiiiiiif - ' iFi:"J5:Eib2! ?1erT29'l'l"" '11, gigs! II . X. 1 A 'i'..,.:..f . .-l'f' The traditional Flag Day ceremony originated over thirty years ago when the senior class of 1914 presented the junior class with the flag pole and a silk Hag. During the war we also had a service flag which was given to Thornton by the Parent Teachers Association in honor of our boys and girls in the Armed Forces. Page 38 This flag was flown under the American Flag. On Flag Day there is always a hustle, bustle, and hum throughout the halls of Thornton, since it is the first time the seniors do11 caps and gowns. The ceremony is started with the Na- tional Anthem, and is concluded with Patriotic speeches. K I O Wx if 6,-5 X f WX , 1: ! I .4 SENIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row l: Ethel Jo Breitenfeld, Marv Guthrie, Gloria Gold, Marcia Owens, Delores Vondracek, june Volbrecht, Betty Kreps, Doris Senesac, Haroldine Johnson, Barbara Balke. Row 2: LaVerne Kohlman, Mary Zinn, Jeanne Coutchie, Beatrice Vandenberg, Mary Howard, Betsy Becker, Doris Lee Templin, Pearl Roesner, Arlene Peiguss, Ruth Michael, Marilyn Pfeifer, Beatrice Turek, Lois Kerr. Row 3: Paul Stracke, Helene St. Denis, Beatrice Ranney, Annetta Smith, june Syke, Harriet jones, Carol Emerson, Melanie Hughes, Lou johnson, Flora Gallegos, Helen Gjerde, joan Christ, Barbara Drew, Esther Pajak. now 4: Charles Bremigan, Altho McFarland, james Baker, Robert Salter, Roy Michalski, Gene Bell, Campbell McConnell, Russell Hart, james Rossing, Robert Achor, Charles Stcgmeir. we ,ignored Oneri Perhaps the greatest honor that can come to any Thornton student is to be chosen a member of the National Honor Society. Scholarship is not the only thing that counts in selecting members. Character, leadership, and school service are impor- ta11t qualifications. If by his junior year a student has lived up to these qualifications, he is elected at the end ol the year. If a B plus average is maintained throughout the four years of high school, a student is automatically on the Thorn' ton Honor Roll. - JUNIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row l: Carolyn Breeden, Charlotte Huston, joe Youngblood, Don Shaw. Row 2: Carmella Firetto, Norma Apel, Betty Anderson, jean Lave, Elva Dalenberg, Betty Wright. Raw 3: joan Ericzon, Don Stegmeir, Willis Gouwens, Chuck Gentry, Teunis Paarlberg, Mary Lou Porter. Page 39 M , . .49 t r ' . J lf if ' ' N4 ' A ulfvxxx Nia ll QM- , ,diff ff -PNN . X y Q 9 P H SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Row l: Denny Tuflanelli, First Vice Presidentg Joe Young blood, Presidentg Ray Olsen, Sermzrl Vice President, Norma Apel, Treaszzrmg' Dave Philli ' - ps, Sem etaiy. rriuec! Safefg After four years at Thornton, the too bright. But always there seemed to seniors find themselves at the end of an bg Someone to help, 21 teacher, perhaps, lmpoftgm Raft 0f11fC'SJ0u1'Hffy- These who was anxious to give aid and en- fcwf SW1.f5iW1ngeiYeafSJlHVC Pasied OHIY couragemcnt. The danger spots in lile's too MPH Y to t Q gm Hates, W 10, IDOL road seem to fade with a smile or a kind back upon good times and dear friends. Word These moments of happiness, these Y ' , - A-3, how they are at the crossroads. The hiendships, may soon be memories of 1, 1 I 1 v 1' Q 1 1 fx yesterday, but the knowledge they have flings HCV we C'u'?ec.' not fm Y mm gained through experience will enrich bfloksv but from asfocmuons Wlth Qthefsf their lives and present to them a better W111 dCfC1'1U1Ue Whlfh WHY fhCY.W1H S0- t0m01'1'0w, As men and women, taking their places N0 senior will deny that mere have in society, they are proud to be graduates been times when the future looked none of Thornton. SENIOR SENATE R zz l: Marian Ries. Dave L. Phillips, Denny Tuflanelli, joe Youngblood, Ray Olsen, Norma Apel. Merle Hlnihan, Phyllis Bennot, Joyce Vandenbe-rg. Row 9: Vic Krygowski, James Johnson, jerry lVujasLyk. Herbert Trenning. Richard Slecrc. john .-X. Rick. R' B uhara, Gernando Gudenio, Harry Fagan, jasper Capriotti, Robert 1' ' irhard ellegrrno. I,-. 'Gi L S. Q ' XJ ss' by Z Effff-5 if Q, XTX XC "cf FU O GRADUATION USHERS Row 1: joan Ericzon, Elsie Yadron Marilyn Smith, jean Lave, Priscilla ney. ww 2: Belt x f .bs i n ?f""v y Anderson, Elaine Messer- schmidt, joyce Vandenberg, Marian Parks, Charlotte Huston. Page 42 FRED H. ABBOTT-Harvey. General Course. Boys' Club: 3. BENTON ABNEY-HHTVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 4. Hall Guard 2. Purple X 3, 4. Basketball 2. Athletic Usher, 3. NANCY ABRAHAM - Dolton. General Course. Girls' Club: l. German Club 3, 4. BETTY ADAMS-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Latin Club 2. Spanish Club 3. Home Econom- its Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Girls' Choir 4. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. JOAN ADLER-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. T Pins l, 2. Scholarship l, 2, 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4. German Club 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3. Madrigal 2, 3. Graduation Leader 3. Operetta 3. Oratorical Contest 2. WILBUR ALFREY-HHTVEY. General Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stamp Club 4. Band 3, 4. BOB ALBRECHT-DOllOH. Academic Course. Con- cordia High l. Boys' Club: 3, 4. Thorntonite 3. Yearbook 3. Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Base- ball 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Football 2. ANNE ALT-Harvey. Academic Course. Blue Island High l, 2, 3. Girls' Club: 4. Typist 4. Latin Club 4. Spanish Club 4. SHIRLEY ALTGILIIERS-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stage Crew 4. Foot- lighters 4. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 1. BETTY ANDERSON-H3161 Crest. Academic Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4. Board 4. Division Chairman 2. T Pins l, 2. Junior Service Award, 3. Scholarship l, 2. House Committee 3. Hostess Committee 3. Activity Point Commission 3. Mother'Daughter Ban- quet 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Welfare Committee 3, 4. May Queen Attendant 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Senate 2. Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2. Quill and Scroll 3. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 3, 4. Assistant Editor 3, 4. Girls' Choir 1, 2. Keydets 2. Graduation Usher 3. BOIIBETTE ANDERSON - Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2. 3. Stand4Up 1, 2, 4. Dad-Daugh- ter Banquet l, 2, 3. Refreshment Crew 3. Torch Pin 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Footlighters 4. Library Assistant 2. 3. Chorus 3, 4. Girls' Choir 2. Keydets 2. Girls' Glee Club l. GAA l. Numerals l. Archery l, 4. CHRISTINE PAULA ANDRIANOS-Harvey. College Commercial Course. Austin High l, 2. Girls' Club: 3, 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. KIP Home- coming Dance 3. Junior-Senior Party 3. Arch. ery 4. Gym Pianist 4. Orchestra 4. ' JAMES DANIEL ANEIELD-Tinley Park. Trade Course. NORBIA APEL-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council l, 3. Division Chairman 4. T Pins l, 2. junior Service Award 3. Chairman 4. Stand-Up 3. Favors Chairman 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3. Secretary of Attend- ance l. May Queen Attendant 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Class Secretary 4. KIP Board 4. Latin Club 4. Spanish Club l, 2, 3. Swing Club l, 2. Girls' Glee Club 2. Orches- tra l. Water Pageant 3. ALBERT G. ARNOLD-H2TVCy'. Technical Course. Hall Guard 2. Hi Y 2, 3. BILL ARTINGSTALL-Harvey. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Bicycle Club 3. VIRGINIA ARVIN1HOmCWO0d. Academic Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. French Club l, 2. Girls' Glee Club 2. Chorus 3. RICHARD BAGI-IARA - Tinley Park. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Senate 4. PEGGY BAKER- Hazel Crest. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. RICHARD BAKKER QDXCKB-MldlOIl1l3H. Trade Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3. Bus Guard 2. LAVERNE BARLEMAN-Markham. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2. G.A.A.: 1, 2, 3. Numerals 2. Small T 3. FRANKLIN BARBER-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Spanish Club 3. Thorntonite 4. Co.Editor 4. Year- book 4. RAY BAMRIGK--Tinley Park. General Course. Fenger High 1. Boys' Club: 2, 3, 4. JEAN LOUISE BARRINGER - Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3. Division Chair- man 1. Spanish Club 2. Faculty Secretary 4. ANDREW BARTHQLOMEW fANDY, -Tinley Park. Technical Course. DoN GENE BAUMGARTNER-Homewood. Trade Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3. Hall Guard, 2. Movie Operator 4. WILLIAM BEATTIE, JR. fBILLy -Harvey. Trade Course. Boys' Club: 1, 3, 4. BOB BECK-Homewood. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. Senate 3. Spanish Club l, 2. Speech Broadcasts 4. 'Baseball 2, 3, 4. Basketball 3. Page 43 GERALDINE BECKER-HHIVCY, Business Course. Girls' Club: Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Marshal 3, 4. Loyalty Day 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Red Cross 3. ROY BEEDY-Blue Island. Academic Course. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. Spanish Club 2, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Band 1, 2. DOROTHY BEEN-Midlothian. Academic Course. Blue Island High l. CAROL BPIISNER-MHIICSOU. General Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3. T Pin 1. Scholarship 1, 2. Stand-Up 1. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Home Eco- nomics Club 1. Footlighters 4. Graduation Usher 3. Girls' Choir 1, 2. ANTHONY JOSEPH BENACKA-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3. Spanish Club 1, 2. Chorus 4. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. Football 4. CHARLES BENNETT-HHTVCY. Academic Course. Spanish Club 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3. Year- book 3. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. MARY E. BESANT-Hazel Crest. General Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 3. Division Chairman 3. T Pins l, 2. junior Service Award 3. House Committee 3. Hostess Com- mittee Chairman 3. Typist 3, 4. Marshal 4. Activity Point' Commission 3, 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Favors Chairman 3. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Chairman 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Loyalty Day 4. Welfare Committee 3, 4. Girls' Club Confer- ence 3. Senate 2. KIP 2. Spanish Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2. Hi-C Club 4. Yearbook 3. Spring Festival 2, 3. PTA Fun Nite 2. Play Usher 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club l, 2. PHYLLIS ARDINE BENNOT-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Speaker of Council 4. Board 4. T Pins 1, 2. junior Service Award 3. House Committee 3. Hostess Com- mittee 3. Typist 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Ban- quet 3. Activity Point Commission 3. Loyalty Day 4. Welfare Committee 3, 4. May Queen Attendant 3. Maid of Honor 3. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Pan American League Council 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Purple X 4. Faculty Assistant 2, 3. Bonds and Stamps 1. Girls Club Confer- ence Delegate 3. Spring Festival 1. Fun Nite 2. Play Usher 3, 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Pride and Prejudice 4. LEATRICE B1-:NsoN-Midlothian. Business Course. Girls' Club: 3, 4. JEAN BERG-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Girls' Club: l, 2. T Pin 1. Lois B1-:RG-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2, 4. Secretary 4. Division Chairman 1. T Pins 1.2. Senior Serv- ice Award 4. Hostess Committee 3. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 3. Thorntonite 3, 4. Yearbook 4. JOSEPH BERGLUND-Homewood. Academic Course. Hall Guard 3. Forum 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Golf 3, 4. RICHARD BERNARDINI-Tinley Park. General Course. Bus Guard 2, 3. ' LORRAINE BENNETT-Ivanhoe. General Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 2. Stand-Up 4. Home Economics Club 1. French Club 2. Footlighters 4. Pride and Prejudice 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Girls' Choir 1. Keydets l. Page 44 EDWARD BETTENHAUSEN - Tinley Park. Trade Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard l, 2. HAZEL BETTENHAUSEN-Tinley Park. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pin 1. Ger- man Club l. Quill and Scroll 3. Yearbook 3. Stamp Representative 1. Gym Leader 4. JOHN A, BICK-Harvey. Trade Course. Senate 4. Chorus 1. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. ELSIE Blczo-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. GORDON BIESBOER-D0lt0H. Academic Course. Yearbook 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Lettermen's Club 3, 4. JUNE BINETTE-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 3, 4. Advertising Manager 4. Nurse's Assistant 4. JOAN MARIE BLACK-Hazel Crest. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1, 2. President 2. Faculty Secretary 4. Play Usher 2. NORAIA BLACK-Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chair- man 3. T Pins 1, 2. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 2. Stand-Up 1. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club l. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. JOAN DOROTHY BLAKE - Riverdale. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand.Up l, 2. Dad-Daugh- ter Banquet 1, 2, 4. Latin Club l. Spanish Club 2, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. JOAN BoDzA-South Holland. Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 3, 4. Archery 4. SHIRLEY JEAN BorJzA-Harvey. General Course. Home Economics Club 1. GEORGE RALPH BooTHE-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. DoR1s BOSWELL - South Holland. Business Course. Girls' Club: l. 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daugh- ter Banquet l, 2. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3. Girls' Glee Club 3. BARBARA BownEN-Harvey, Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 2, 3. Mother- Daughter Banquet 3. Hostess Committee Chairman 3. Refreshment Crew 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 3. Yearbook 3. N Page 45 . 0 fav ff l by ,M'vfffo1fpf'4lHf'W W .lWiM,ii1lff!iilgf'5w Page 46 WAYNE JOSEPH BOWDISH - Markham. Trade Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2, 4. Campus Patrol 2. Stage Crew 2. Letter- men's Club 2. CONSTANCE BOWER-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. BARRY BoYENs-Thornton. Academic Course. Spanish Club 2, 3. Football 2, 3, 4. Letter- men's Club 3, 4. DELIA BOYENS-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: Marshal 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up l. Latin Club 2, 3,'4. Home Eco- nomics Club 1. Swing Club l, 2. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Swimming Pageant 1, 3. NANCY BRADLEY-Riverdale. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Council 3. German Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. RUTH BRAND-Hazel Crest. Academic Course. Fenger High 1. Girls' Club: 2, 3, 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Stand-Up 3, 4. Dad. Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Secretary of Atten- dance 2. KIP 3, 4. French Club 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Swing Club 2, 3, 4. Art Club 4. Bicycle Club 3, 4. Pride and Prejudice 4. Foot- lighters 4. Senate 2. Faculty Secretary 2, 3, 4. Library Assistant 2. Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4. Letter- men's Club 3, 4. Cheerleader 3, 4. CAROLYN BREEDEN-HHYVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Board 1, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. Mother- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2. National Honor Society 3, 4. Secretary 4. Flag Day Speaker 3. French Club 1, 2. German Club 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 3. Pride and Prejudice 4. Footlighters 4. Girls' Choir 1. Keydets 1. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Madrigal 2, 3, 4. BETTY BROCK - Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3. Board 2. T Pins 1, 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up l, 2, 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Loyalty Day l, 2, 3. Welfare Committee 2, 3. Spanish Club l, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Dramatics Club 3. G.A.A.: 1. Swimming Pageant 2. Junior College 4. JEANNE BRODERICK-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Pan American League Council 3. Refreshment Crew 1. Girls' Club Dance 3. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Treasurer 2. Red Cross Representative 2, 3. Vice President 3. Magazine Drive Committee 3. PTA Gay Nine- ties 2. Girls' Choir, 2, 3. Girls' Glee Club l. G.A.A.: 1. Swimming Pageant 1, 3. JOANNE BRosTRoM-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Mother- Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 2, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Magazine Drive Committee 3. PTA Night Club 4. Girls' Club Dance 1, 2. Latin Club l, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Pan American League Council 3. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Girls' Choir 1. GAA: 1. Swimming Pageant 1. ROBERT BROWN-Midlothian. Technical Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 4. JGANN BRowNLEE--Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 4. Division Chairman 2. T Pins l, 2. junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Scholarship l, 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2. 3. Stand- Up 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Loyalty Day 3. May Queen Attendant 3. Latin Club l, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Graduation Usher 3. LORRAINE BROZEK-Markham. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thorntonite 3. Yearbook 3. GWEN RAE BRUGGEMAN -Thornton. Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Board 2. T Pin 1. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1. Hall Guard 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Yearbook 3. Assistant Advertising Manager 3. ROBERT BULTEMA-Lansing. Trade Course. MARJORIE BUYER QMARGI1-ij - Olympia Fields. Academic Course. Lorretta Academy l, 2. Girls' Club: 3, 4. Division Chairman 3, 4. T Pins 3. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Stand-Up 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Welfare Committee 4. Faculty Tea 4. Swing Club 3, 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. GAA: 3, 4. Numerals 3. Small T 4. Swimming Pageant 3. Lifesaving Awards 3. Gym Leader 4. JERRY BURCH-D0lt0H. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2, 3. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. GEORGE BURDETT-Midlothian. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. Safety Squad 1. Hi-C Club 4. Pirates of Penzance 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Madri- gal 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club l, 4. Basketball 1. Football l, 2, 3, 4. Track l, 2, 3, 4. Swim- ming 4. ' U WVILLIAM J. BURKE-Midlothian. General Course. Leo High 1, 2. Lewis Tech High 3. HERBERT BUTLER-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Repre- sentative l. KIP Forum 2. German Club l, 2, 3. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club 1. Track 2. V DOLORES RAE BUNCH - Markham. Academic Course. Parker High l. Girls' Club: 3, 4. Forum 3. Latin Club 3, 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. Faculty Secretary 4. BETTY Jo BYDALEK-HHIVCY. General Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3. Division Chairman l. Spanish Club 2. SUZANNE CAIRNS-HZTVCY. Academic Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Marshal 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club l, 2. Swing Club 1, 2. Yearbook 3. MARION FRANCES CANN-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls' Club: Secretary of Attendance 4. Home Economics Club l, 2. JUNE CAMERON-Oak Forest. College Course. Foreman High l, 2, 3. KENNETH CANTWELL-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Boys' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Bicycle Club 1. JASPER T. CAPRxoTT1 QCAPPYQ-Dolton. General Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. Representative 2. Senate 2. KIP 4. Bas- ketball l, 3, 4. Football l, 2, 3, 4. JOHN W. CARLSON - Oak Forest. Technical Course, Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 4. Representative 3. Senate 3, 4. Hi-Y l, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. Page 47 ,. 4 3 l JANE CELLINI-DOIIOH, Business Course. Girls' Club: 3, 4. Secretary of Attendance 3. SUSANNE CERTNA -- Harvey. Business Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3. EUGENE J. CHESROW - Oak Forest. Academic Course. Boys' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Patrol 3. Hi-Y 3. Chess and Checkers 4. Latin Club 1. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Pan American League , 3, 4. Tennis 3. DOLORES ANN CHLEBDA - Ivanhoe. Business Course. Girls' Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 3, 4. Division Chairman 1, 2. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Hostess Committee 3. Activity Point Commis- sion 3. Stand-Up 1, 2. Loyalty Day 3. Fresh- man Leader 3. Home Economics Club 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. ,Yearbook 3. Thorntonite 3. Faculty Secretary 1. Library Assistant 2, 3. DOLORES ANN CHMIELEWSKI-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Division Chair- man 4. T Pins l, 2. Torch Pin 3. Refresh- ment Crew 3, 4. Nurse's Assistant 4. Faculty Secretary 4. LILLIAN CHMIELEWVSKI QLEEJ -Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up 1. Spanish Club 1. WILLIAM CLINE-Oak Forest. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2. Track 3. Lettermen's Club 2. Foot- ball Manager 2. MARIE D. COMPAGNONI fMACb -Harvey. Business Course: Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Typist 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2. Dad.Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Loyalty Day 4. Welfare Committee 3. Activity Point Commission 3, 4. Refreshment Crew 3, 4. Chairman 3, 4. Torch Pins 3, 4. Thorn- tonite 4. Yearbook 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Play Usher 4. Debate Club Assistant 4. Chairman 4. Girls' Club Conference Delegate 3, 4. KIP Organizing Committee 2. Faculty Secretary 4. Theater Drives 3. Pen Pals Chairman 3. CAL CoNDoN - Flossmoor. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. Repre- sentative 3. Honor Roll 1. Spanish Club 2, 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. Track 3. JANET CONNELL-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls Club: 3, 4. Hinsdale High 1, 2. Mother- Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Stand-Up 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Welfare Committee 3. French Club 3, 4. Purple X 4. Speech Broad- casts 4. Faculty Secretary 3. Chorus 4. Arch- ery 4. LILLIAM Cook-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: l,2, 3.4. Home Economics Club 2. Swing Club 2. GAA: 2, 3, 4. Board 4. Numerals 3. Small T 3. Large T 4. JALIES CORBETT-HHIVCY. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Representative 2. KIP 2. Forum 2. Bicycle Club 2, 3, Camera Club 4. Swing Club 2, 3, War Bonds 2, 3. Debate 3. Track 1, 2. Golf 3, 4. JAMES RICHARD CORLEW - Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. EVELYN CoRsoN-Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Page 48 , , PHYLLIS CoUwENHovEN - H arvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Board 3. Coun- cil 1, 4. T Pins l, 2. junior Service Award 3. Stand-Up 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3. Loyalty Day 4. Welfare Committee 3, 4. Senate 2. French Club 1, 2. Faculty Secretary 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3. LESTER CRAWL-Lansing. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. GERTRUDE CU1-'FE-Matteson. Business Course. Grils Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman l. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Swing Club 4. Thorntonite 3. Yearbook 3. Girls Choir l,2, 3. CAROL CUMMINIQS-H3261 Crest. Academic Course. Girls Club: Stand-Up 2. Latin Club 2, 3. Bi- cycle Club 2. Swing Club l. Pirates of Pen- zance 3. Chorus 3, 4. Madrigal 3, 4. Girls Choir 2. Girls Glee Club 1. DOLORES CUMM1Nos-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Bicycle Club l, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Faculty Secre- tary 4. Lois CUNNINGHAM - Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 4. Spanish Club 2. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3. Footlighters 4. Thorntonite 3. Yearbook 3. Faculty Secretary 4. Girls Glee Club 1, 2. - BENNY CZYL-HHTVBY. Academic Course. Latin Club 3, 4. Camera Club 4. ELVA DALENBERG - South Holland. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Board 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Scholarship 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Loyalty Day 3. May Queen Attendant 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4. Class Treasurer 2. Second Vice President 3. Senate 2, 3. KIP Forum 2, 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Home Econom- ics Club I. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Purple X 3, 4. Vice President 3. Pirates of Penzance 3. KIP Neewollah Dance 4. Girls Club Dance 3. Faculty Secre- tary 3, 4. Gym Representative 4. Chorus 3, 4. Madrigal 3. Girls Choir 1, 2. Graduation Usher 3. VVILLARD DAl.P1NBERf5-SOLIIII Holland. Technical Course. Hall Guard 4. Spanish Club l. Pl-1YL1.1s DANIIiI.SON - Riverdale. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up 1. Dad- Daughter Banquet 2. Spanish Club l,2. Camera Club 3. Treasurer 3. Swing Club 1, 2. Pirates of Penzance 3. Faculty Secretary 4. Library Assistant 2, 3. Girls Choir 1, 2. Keydets 2. Chorus 3, 4. Joi-IN T. DAVENPORT-C1'l1C21g0. Academic Course. Hall Guard 3. Representative 4. Track 3. Joi-IN FoREsT DAVIS - Harvey. Trade Course. Mount Clemens High l. WRAY DAVIS QFRANKIEJ-HHTVCY. Trade Course. Highland Park High 1. Mount Clemens High 1. Band 4. Spring Music Festival 1. IEANETTE DAvisoN - Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council l.. Dad-Daugh- ter Banquet 3. Home Economics Club l, 2. Swing Club 1. Page 49 Page 50 basl SHIRLEY DAY - Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Board 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 1. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Scholarship 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Chairman 3. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Loyalty Day 4. Sec- retary of Attendance 3. Activity Point Com. mission 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Girls Choir 3. Girls Glee Club 2. GAA 1, 4. Bos DEAN-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. EDITH DEINEMA-Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 4. Stand-Up 1. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2. Archery l. BTAY DE PAULo-Midlothian. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2. Typist 3. Stand-Up 1. RALPH DE RUITER-Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 4. Senate 2. Basketball l, 2. ToM DEVOY - Harvey. Academic Course. john Carroll High 1, 2. Mount Vernon High 2, 3. Forum 4. Spanish Club 4. MARILYN DE VRIES-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l. PHYLLIS L. DE YOUNG-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club l, 2. Home Economics Club 1. BEVERLY DIRIMPLE - Richton Park. Business Course. Girls Club 1, 2, 4. Spanish Club 1. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. DONIINIC DIRUTIGLIANO-HHYVCY. Tracie Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stage Crew 3. Track 2, 3. MARY DIRUTIGLIANO-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bicycle Club 3. Home Economics Club 1, 2. GAA: 1, 2, 3. Numerals 1. JOYCE Donor:-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 4. T Pins 2, 3. Hostess Committee 4. Senior Service Award 4. Marshal 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Girls Club Dance 4. Entertainment Co- Chairman 4. Senate 3. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club l, 2. Thorntonite 4. Exchange Editor 4. Yearbook 4. Quill and Scroll 4. Archery 4. Play Usher 4. Bonds 2. junior-Senior Party 3. Library Assistant 4. JAMES DoNA'ro-Midlothian. Academic Course. Hall Guard 2, 4. Forum 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. MARIE DROGULA-H3161 Crest. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Hostess Committee 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Welfare Com- mittee 2, 3. Refreshment Crew 3. Home Eco- nomics Club l, 2, 3. Swing Club 2, 3. Stage Crew 2 EDWARD DROLET QCOHESIONJ - Harvey. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 4. Lieutenant 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. KIP 3, 4. Forum 3. Conduct Committee 4. Joi-:N DRY JA-Posen. General Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Basketball l, 2. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. Wrestling 3, 4. EVELYN Dunzm-Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2, 3. Home Eco- nomics Club l. Girls Glee Club l. JAMES DUNNE-H0mCWO0d. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. Campus Patrol 2. Representative l, 2. Stag Commit- tee 2. Honor Roll 4. Senate 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Thortonite 4. Co-Editor 4. Yearbook 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. Golf 3, 4. Louisa DUssAULT - Harvey. Business Course. Girl Club: l, 2. T Pin l. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2. Stand-Up l. Home Economics . Club 1. MELVIN DYRHAUG-Harvey. Trade Course. Boys Club: 4. W1LMA EBERHARDT - Blue Island. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH EGOFSKE - Oak Forest. Trade Course. Boys Club: I, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 4. Football 4. Wrestling 4. WILBUR EI.Lxs-Matteson. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4-. Hall Guard 4. Spanish Club 2. PHYLLIS ENDERS--Midlothian. Business Course. Girls Club: 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. JOAN ER1czoN-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council l, 3. Division Chairman 2. T Pins l, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Marshal 3, 4. Mother4Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Welfare Committee 3, 4. May Queen Attendant 3. Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Senate 2. Conduct Committee 2, 3. Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Purple X 1, 2, 3, 4. Stage Crew 3. Footlighters 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. Graduation Usher 3. Faculty Secretary 3. Wappin' Wharf 3. P.T.A. Nite Club 4. Director 4. Girls Choir 2, 3, 4. NTAURICE F. ESKER-Harvey. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Purple X 4. Swing Club 1. Stamp Club 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2. CATHERINE EVANS-HHYVCY. Business Course. ROBERT EVANS-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Representative 1. Spanish Club l, 2. Stamp Club 3, 4. Page 51 CHARLES EDWARD EUSTIS JR. QCHUCKD -Home- wood. General Course. Hall Guard 4. Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. HARRY S. FAGAN CFIGD -South Holland. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 2, 3. Senate 4. CARLO FARRUGGIA-HHIVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. Wrestling 3, 4- SHIRLEY ANNE FENWICK-HHTVCY. General Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pin l. Typist 4. Spanish Club 2. Bicycle Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Camera Club 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club l, 2. Pride and Prejudice 4. Footlighters 4. ROBERT S. FIELDS-Oak Forest. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2. Jo ANN FIEE-Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Latin Club 2, 3. CARMELLA FIRETTO - Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. Pres- ident 4. Board l, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. House Committee 3. Hostess Committee 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up l, 2, 3, 4. Queen 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Loyalty Day 3, 4. Welfare Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. May Queen 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Class Secre- tary 3. Vice President 2. Senate 2, 3. Spanish Club 2. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 1. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Yearbook 3. Play Usher 4. Girls Glee Club 3. GAA: l, 2, 3, 4. Gym Leader 2, 3. Numerals 2. Small T 3. Archery 2, 3. BETTY JANE FIscIIER-Posen. Academic Course. Girls Glub: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Senior Sew- ice Award 4. Typist 3. Mc-ther'Daughter Ban- quet 4. Stand.Up 2, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 2. Thorn- tonite 2, 3, 4. Collected for Drives 3. GAA: 2, 3, 4. Gym Leader 4. Numerals 4. MERYL IRENE FISHER - Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Red Cross Re- presentative 2, 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 1. BETTY FLYNN-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 3, 4. Division Chair- man 2. T Pins l, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daugh- ter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Senate 2. Spanish Club 2. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club l. SYLVIA FoI.TA -- Thornton. B u s i n e s s Course. Bloom High 1, 2, 3. JACKIE FORD-Harvey. Academic Course. KIP 3. Latin Club 2, 3. Art Club 1, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. War Bonds 3. Band 1, 2, 3. GAA: 2, 3. Archery 4. NIARILYN FoRsBERc-Midlothian. Business Course. Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. HECTOR FORTIN - Hazel Crest. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative l, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Camera Club l, 2, 4. Pirates of Penzance 3. Chorus 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2. Spring Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4. Page 52 ROBERT FRASER QBOBF-HHTVCY. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2. Safety Squad 1. Stage Arts 2. Gus FREDR1cR-Midlothian. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 2. Baseball 2. Football 2. RUDY FREzzA-Thornton. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2. GEORGE W. FRIELING-HHTVCY. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative 1. Hi Y 1. Chorus 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3. ROGER GABRIEL--Markham. Technical Course. Bicycle Club 1. Camera Club 4. Speech Broad- casts 3, 4. DAVID GARDINER - Dolton. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1. Thorn- touite 4. Yearbook 4. Chorus 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2. CARL GAVEL-POSCH. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1. KIP 2. Forum 2. Safety Squad 4. WILFRED GLOFF-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Representative 1. German Club 1, 2. THERESA GAWRY'SIAK-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 2, 3, 4. BRUCE ALLEN GELIN QBoooj -Harvey. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Campus Patrol l. KIP 4. Board 4. Stag Com- mittee 3. Hi Y 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Prom Committee 3, 4. Track 3. CHARLES GENTRY fCHUCKJ--D0il0l'1. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3. Representative l, 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Senate 3. KIP 4. Vice President 4. Forum 3, 4. Hi Y 3. Purple X 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Broad- casts 4. Tennis 3. KATHRYN GEORGE fKATYJ --Midlothian. Busi- ness Course. SHIRLEY GERLOFF-DOICOD. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 3. Division Chairman 4. T Pins 1, 2. German Club 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. JOYCE GARDINER - Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2. Welfare Committee 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. Bicycle Club 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1. Quill and Scroll 3. Yearbook 3. Swimming Pageant 4. CQ Page 53 x 4 Page 54 BILL GOECKRITZ-iNrIidlOlhlaH. 'General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Senate 3. Campus Patrol 1. German Club 3. Swing Club 1. BERNICE GLovER-Phoenix. Academic Course. French Club l, 3. Home Economics Club l. HELEN GLOVER-HHYVCY. Business Course. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Numerals 2. Small T 3. Large T 4. Swimming Pageant 3. ROY GOTTSCliALK-HOIH6W0Od. Technical Course. Purple X 3, 4. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. HARRIET GOUWFNS--S0lllh Holland. Business Course. Girls Club: 4. Quill and Scroll 3. Yearbook 3. WVILLIS GoUwENs-South Holland. Academic Course. Bus Guard 4. National Honor Society 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Thorntonite 4. Year- book 4. JOAN GRAFF-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. Gym Leader 2, 3. GAA: l, 2, 3, 4. Numerals 1. Small T 2. WALTER GRAFE-Harvey. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2. Representative 3. KIP 2. Forum 2. jov GRAHAM-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2. 3, 4. Division Chairman 4. T Pins 1, 2. Senior Service Award 4. Hostess Com- mittee 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Xvelfare Committee 2. May Queen Dancer 1, 2. French Club 1. Home Economics Club l, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Footlighters 3, 4. Wlappin' Wharf 3. Business Staff 3, 4. Stage Crew 3. Faculty Secretary 3. Crowned King and Queen of Homecoming 3. Gym Demonstration 4. Life- saving Awards 2. PHIL GRAKAUSKAS -- Riverdale. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. BEITY GRAssM1cK-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook. 4. Faculty Secretary 2, 3. MARION GRAY-HBFVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pin l. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1. Spanish Club 2. Swing Club l, 2. Chorus 4. Girls Choir 3. Girls Glee Club l, 2. GAA: l, 2. Numerals l. Archery l. DONALD E. GREEN-HHTVCY. Trade Course. GLEN GREINER-DOIIOH. Academic Course. Hall Guard 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. PAUL J. GRoss-Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Camera Club 4. FERNANDO GUAccIo - Harvey. General Course. Hall Guard 4. Senate 4. Football 4. RICHARD GRUZYNSKI-Posen. Trade Course. Boys Club: 4. Hall Guard 3. Golf 3, 4. - HARRY GUILD-HHTVCY. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. Campus Patrol l.. Spanish Club 3. Boys Glee Club l. HARRIET M. HAASE-Blue Island. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. VICTORIA HACEK - Phoenix. Business Course. Stand-Up 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 4. Spanish Club 2, 4. Swing Club 1. Girls Glee Club 4. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Numerals 2. YVONNE HA1NEs-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Typist 4. Mar- shal 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Welfare Committee 2, 3. Latin Club 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Stage Crew 3. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA HALL-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Mother- I Daughter Banquet l, 2. Stand-Up l, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club l, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Pride and Prejudice 4. Programs Chairman 4. Footlighters 4. Girls Glee Club 1. ERNEST A. HALL QCORKY, -Oak Forest. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 4. Representative 4. Swing Club l. HALFRED HAMILTON-HZYVCY. Technical Course. ' Hall Guard 2. Hi Y l. Chess and Checkers l. ELMER HAMNING1 Harvey. Technical Course. Senate 3. Swing Club 1. Band l, 2, 3, 4. Basket- ball 1. CURTIS HANES QCURT, - Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. KIP 3, 4. Pres- ident 4. Forum 4. Conduct Committee 3, 4. German Club 2, 3. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. Basketball 2, 3. Lettermens Club 3, 4. Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 4. Track 2, 3. MERLE HANIHAN-Riverdale. Academic Course. Senate 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4. Band l, 2, 3, 4. ' DEAN HARMESON-Markham. Academic Course. Boys Club: 4. Hall Guard 4. Airplane Club l, 2, 3. Baseball l, 2. Basketball 1, 2. Track 2. 3. Page 55 l 4 BILLIE JEANNE HARRISON - Harvey. Academic Course. French Club l. Spanish Club 2. Swing Club 2. Archery 1. WARREN HAUFF -- Dolton. Academic Course. German Club 2, 3. RALPH HEATIlC0'fE-L3I1SlDg. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. Football 4. Wrestling 4. RAINIONA HEFFREN - Hazel Crest. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 2, 4. Division Chairman 3. junior Service Award 3. T Pins 1, 2. Typist 4. Marshall 4. Stand.Up 4. Ticket Chairman 4. Activity Point Com- mission 3. Refreshment Crew 4. Dean's As- sistant 4. French Club l, 2. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. CAROL HENKE-Tinley Park. Business Course. JOAN HENNIGAR-IVHHIIOC. Academic Course Hirsch High 1, 2. Girls Club: 3, 4. Stand-Up 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Xvelfare Coin- mittee 3, 4. Honor Roll 3. Swing Club 3, 4. Prideand Prejudice 4. Business Staff 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Faculty Secretary 3. Chorus 4. DORIS HENTSCI-I - Markham. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 3, 4. Latin Club 2. Home Eco- nomics Club l. GAA l, 2, 3, 4. Rosie Evi:1.x'N HEUER - Hazel Crest. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1. Swing Club 1, 2. HARRH' HILLSTROBI fBUzzy-Chicago. Academic Course. Fenger High 1, 2. Boys Club: 4. JOYCE HINKLEY-Fl0SSHl0Of. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 4. Spanish Club 4. Swing Club 1. Footlighters 4. PRlsc11.l.A HIRSCH QPRISSJ--I'IZl1'V6y. Academic Course. Parker High l. Girls Club: 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 4. T Pins 2. Junior Service Award 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 4. Dad'Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Freshman Leader 3. May Queen Attendant 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. German Club 3, 4. Latin Club 2. Swing Club 2, 3. Stage Crew 3. Footlighters 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. GAA: 2, 3, 4. Numerals 2. Swimming Pageant 3. Lifesaving Awards 2. Boa HoBsoN - Homewood. Academic Course. Hall Guard 3, 4. French Club 4. Spanish Club l. Swing Club 1, 2. BEN Hoeorr-Lansing. Trade Course. Thorn- ton Fractional High I, 3. Bus Guard 2, 4. Red Cross Representative 2. HFXRlli'l"I'A Louisa I'I0liKS'l'RA-S0llIll Holland. Business Course. Page 56 ELFRTEDA HoL1.wi1Di:L - Tinley Park. General Course. RAY HON-Hazel Crest. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. BURNACE G. Hooks-Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTY AANN HoRo-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 4. T Pins 1, 2. Stand4Up 3. Spanish Club 2. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 2. Band l, 2, 3, 4. Lois MAE HORNI'1R-BI1Cii0ti113H. Business Course. Girls Club: 3, 4. CHESTER Howii-Thornton. Academic Course. Spanish Club 2, 3. Bicycle Club 2: Boys Glee Club 1, 2. Football 4. MARJORY HUTSH-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. T Pins 1, 2. junior Selvice Award 3. Activity Point Commission 3. Mother.Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Stand-Up l, 2, 3. Loyalty Day 2. Latin Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Faculty Secretary 2. Pride and Pre- judice Business Manager 4. ELMER HUIZENGA - South Holland. Technical Course. Boys Club: 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. GEORGE! HULL-IW'3HhOC. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3. S. JEFFERSON I'IUN'l'1-IR QJEFFJ-I'IOI'llCWOOd. Aca- demic Course. Boys Club: l. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4. Board 3, 4. Hi Y 2. Senate 2. KIP 2, 3, 4. Board 3, 4. Class Vice President 3. Forum 2. Conduct Committee 2, 3. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Spanish Club 1, 2: 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4. Track 2, 4. MARILYN Hume QHIJPIED-HOU1CM'Cl0Li. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. 'l' Pin 1. Hostess Committee 4. Marshal 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 4. Stand-Up 4. Dad-Daughter Ban- quet 4. Stage Crew 2. Speech Broadcasts 4. Faculty Secretary 4. BIARJORIIC HURLEY QMARGIEQ-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up 1. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Spanish Club 2. Swing Club 2. Chorus 4. Girls' Choir 2. 3. Girls Glee Club 1. Swimming Pageant l, 3. Lifesaving Awards 2, 3. LORRATNE HllRSON-H01T1CWO0Ci. General Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. House Committee 3. Hostess Committee 2, 3. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet l, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Yvelfare Com- mittee 3. Latin Club l, 2. Spanish Club 3. Home Economics Club 1. Faculty Secretary 3. GAA 1. CHARLO'l"l'li HllSTON - Flossmoor. A c a d e m i c Course. Stand.Up l, 2. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2. Girls Club Torch Pin 2. Loyalty Day Re- presentative l. French Club 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Swing Club 1. Pierian Club 3, 4. Purple X 4. Pride and Prejudice 4. Ever Since Eve 3. Tomorrow the Wlorld 3. Pirates of Penzance 3. Footlighters 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Madrigal 3, 4, Girls Choir 1. Graduation Usher 3. GAA: l, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. President 4. Board 2, 3. 4. Numerals 1, Small T 2. Large T 3. Swimming Pageant 1. Lifesaving Awards 3, 4. Gym Leader 2. Page 57 Page as WILLIANI IVERSEN QIKED - Harvey. Academic Course. Falfurrios High 1. Hall Guard 2, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Lifesaving Awards 3, 4. SHIRLEY JACKSON -- Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 4. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. T Ring 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Typist 4. Marshal 4. Activity Point Commis- sion 3. Chairman 4. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet l, 2, 3, 4. Stand.Up 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 4. Welfare Committee 3. Refreshment Crew 4. Senate 3. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Red Cross Representative 2. German Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2. Vice President 3. President 4. Latin Club 3. Camera Club 4. Swing Club 1, 3. Graduation Usher 3. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Concert Mistress 2, 3, 4. TOM JACKSON QJAXONJ -Homewood. General Course. Mount Carmel High 1, 2. KIP 4. Representative 4. Basketball 4. BIARVIN JACOBS QJAKEJ -South Holland. Trade Course. Bus Guard 2, 3. Representative 3. Stag Committee 2. Senate 2. Swing Club 2. Band 1, 2, 3. Orchestra 4. Track 1, 2. Wrest- ling 3, 4. Swimming 4. ROLAND JANsoN-Homewood. Academic Course. Track 3. ESTHER JENSEN-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 1. Girls Choir 2. Girls Glee Club 1. JAMES JOHNSON--Homewood. Academic Course. ,,,,, ,, I f 577-fs. f ,ff -rw-.a fbfufflllie ,J U VUE LORRAINE JOHNSON-HZIIVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Marshal 4. Re- freshment Crew 4. German Club 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Girls Choir 3, 4. REGINALD JOHNSON - Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Bicycle Club 2. ROBERT G. JOHNSON - Midlothian. Technical Course. Bus Guard 1. Basketball 1, 2. ROLAND JOHNSON-Oak Forest. Technical Course. Boys Club 2, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. LOIS JOINER-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother.Daughter Banquet 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thorntonite 3. Year- book 3. Girls Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Keydets 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4. Music Contest Re- presentative 3. Archery 4. DARRELL JONES-Matteson. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative 1, 2, 3, 4. DOLORES JONES QDEEJ-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 3, 4. Senior Service Award 4. Typist 4. Receptionist 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand- Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Representative 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Girls Club Dance 3, 4. Tickets and Publicity Co-Chairman 4. Junior-Senior Party 3, 4. Faculty Secretary 2. Faculty Tea l, 2. Spanish Club 2. Home Economics Club 1. Representative 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 4. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. Bonds 1. JAMES joNEs-Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Forum 3. ROSALEB JUREK-HHYVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL KABAY-Hazel Crest. Trade Course. Campus Patrol 4. Bicycle Club 2. Cheer- leader l. GERALD KACZKOWSKI QJERRYJ -Markham. Tech- nical Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Track 3,4. LUCILLE KAMPE--Tinley Park. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2. JEANNE KASKIE - Riverdale. General Course. Pullman Tech High 3. CHESTER KATARZYNSKI-Phoenix. Trade Course.. Boys Club: I, 3, 4. MARIE KENNEDY-H8IHIHOHCl. Business Course. Pine Village High l. EDWARD K1ssELL-Markham. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. JEANNE KLEMSTEIN fKLEMj-'Th01'lll0Il. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 3. Di- vision Chairman 2. T Pins 1, 2. Activitiy Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 2. Stand.Up 2. Senate 3. Home Econom- ics l, 2. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 3, 4. Library Assistant 2. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Numerals 2. Small T 2. Archery 3. BETTY KODAT-HHTVCY. Business Course. Bloom High 1, 2, 3. BETTY KOESTER - Thornton. Business Course. Girls Club: l. GAA: 4. Numerals l. Small T 2. Large T 3. Archery l. FRANK KOLB-Phoenix. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 4. Stage Crew l, 2. RICHARD KOLLOWAY-Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Stag Com- mittee 2. Forum 2, 3. Lettermens Club 3. Baseball 2, 3. 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. K-3 N Page 59 JOHN KORNAFEL-HHFVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE Donorx-IY Kokr-Dolton. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. T Pins 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 4. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. Girls Choir 2, 3. Girls Glee Club l. GAA l, 4. RICHARD KOS'FYRKA-Ph0CHlX. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Latin Club 4. DAVE KOTRULYA-HHYVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2, 3. Campus Patrol l. AvIs KRAUSE-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pin 1. Thorntonite 4. Year- book 4. DOLORES KREIS-Midlothian. Business Course. Home Economics Club 1. HELEN KROL-HHTVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 3, 4. VIRGINIA KROLL-HHIVCY. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 4. Stand-Up 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Swing Club l. DARLENE KRUEGER-Oak Forest. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2. Girls Choir 2, 3. Girls Glee Club l. LOIS KRUCER - Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 4. T Pins l, 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club 1, 2. Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Board Member 4. Numer- als 1. Small T 1. Large T 3. Lifesaving Awards l. GAA Leader 4. GEORGE KKRUSEI.-Riverdale. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. VIC KRYGOWSKI-Posen. General Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. Senate 4. Spanish Clulx2. Football 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 3,4. BILL KUDAK - Phoenix. Trade Course. Boys Club: 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Football 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 2, 3, 4. Wrestling 3, 4. HAROLD W. KUAIBIELLINE - Matteson. Trade Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Movie Operator 3. J A ., ,riff JANE LAMBERT - Harvey. Academic Course. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand- Up l, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Senate 2. German Club 2. Spanish Club 1, 3, 4. Vice President 3. President 4. Home Economics Club 1. Pierian Club 4. Purple X. 3, 4. Secretary 4. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Pirates of Penzance 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Madrigal 2, 3, 4. Girls Choir l. Kcydets 1. RICHARD LANG QBoorsj-Harvey. Trade Course. Hall Guard 4. Representative 4. Football l,2. DOLORES LAUBE-Riverdale. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Spanish Club 1, 2. Camera Club 3. Swing Club 2. Chorus 4. Girls Choir 3. Girls Glee Club 2. Library Assistant 3. JEAN LAVE-I'IOIIlCW00d. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Scholar- ship 1, 2. A c t i v i t y Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2. 3, 4. Stand- Up 1, 2, 4. Dad.Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Torch Pin 3. Welfare Committee 3. Freshman Guide 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Honor Roll 1, 2. KIP 4. Forum 4. Conduct Com- mittee 4. Chairman 4. Faculty Secretary 3, 4, Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Purple X 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. Graduation Leader 3. Ever Since Eve Prompter 3. Chorus 3, 4. -Girls Choir 2. Keydets 2. Girls Glee Club 1. GAA: 1. Numerals 1. Archery 1. JAMES OLIVER LECK, JR.-Oak Forest. Technical Course. Bus Guard 3, 4. MARY Jo LEDFORD-HHTVCY. General Course. Tullahoma High 2. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 1, 3. Stand-Up 1, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 3. Spanish Club 1. Home Eco- nomics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 3. Girls Glee Club 1. NORINE LEESON-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. Spanish Club 2. Faculty Typist 4. AUDREY LEHNEN-HHTWVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1. BIARJORY LENIIEUX-HHFVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Girls Choir 3. Girls Glee Club 2. LORRAINE LENKE -- Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. Vice President 2. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Thorntonite 3, 4. Yearbook 3, 4. Girls Choir 1, 2, 3. CAROL LEPPERT-Lansing. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up 2. Swing Club l. Red Cross Representative 3. ROBERT LINCOLN QABIEJ-Homewood. Academic Course. Boys Club: 2, 3, 4. Senate 2. Forum 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Baseball 1. Football 2. ROLF E. LINDQUIST-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Track 3. CARL AUGUST LINSE-Harvey. Technical Course. Campus Patrol l. Bicycle Club 1. Swing Club l, 2. Business Staff 1. Stage Crew 2. Band 1. Chorus 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 2. Track 3. 1 . 5' Page 61 Page 62 FRANK A. LISEK-HHIVCY. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3. Hall Guard 3, 4. Campus Patrol l. Representative 3. Manager 1. MILDRED LITTON - Olympia Fields. General Course. Erie High 1, 2. DONALD LIVENGOOD-Harvey. General Course. Cayuga High 1. Boys Club: 2, 4. PATRICIA LONG QPATJ - Matteson. General Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Senate 3. Span- ish Club l, 2. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1. DOROTHY MARIE LONGERBEAM-HRIVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad.Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Council 1, 2, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Girls Choir 1. MARILYN LORENCI2 - Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Council 3. Division Chairman 2, 4L Junior Service Award 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Programs Chairman 3. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3. Junior Service Award Chairman 4. Junior Activities Chairman 3. Spanish Club 1, 2. Swing Club l. Latin Club 4. Faculty Secretary 1. GERTRUDE LUCIUS -- Tinley Park. Academic Course. Girls Club: 3, 4. Scholarship 2, 3, 4. National Honor Society 3. Honor Roll, 2, 3. Latin Club 3, 4. Secretary 4. Home Economics Club l. Graduation Usher 3. Girls Choir 3, 4. Accompanist 3, 4. Keydets 2, 3. Girls Glee Club 2. EDWARD LUDLAM-Midlothian. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. German Club 1, 2, 3. Pride and Prejudice 4. LORRAINE LUEBKE fLORRYD -Midlothian. Busi- ness Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up l. Spanish Club 2. KURT LUENSER KSHORTYB -Blue Island. General Course. German Club l. DOLORES LUNN-Homewood. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l. Faculty Secretary 4. Archery 1. RICHARD LUSSENHOP - Riverdale. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative 1, 2, 4. German Club 2, 3, 4. Band l, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR ELIZABETH LYoNs-Harvey. Business Course. JOAN MACDOWELL-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 4. Council l. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3. French Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Footlighters 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. Girls Choir 1, 2. Swimming Pageant 3. WENDALON A. MACKEY - Harvey. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3. French Club 2. Treasurer 2. Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Library Assistant 3. JOHN MAJROWSRI-Harvey. Trade Course. Hall Guard 3. Campus Patrol 1. Representative 1, 4. Baseball 1. IOSEPH MALECKI-HHIVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCES MALHER-Harvey. Business Course. ROE MALLSTROM-HHIVCY. Academic Course. KIP 3. Forum 3. Latin Club l, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2. Speech Broadcasts 3. Footlighters 3, 4. Ever Since Eve 3. Wappin' Wharf 3. ROBERT D. MANSMITH-HHIVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Senate l, 2. KIP 2, 3. Swing Club 2, 3. ALMO MANZARDO-Riverdale. Technical Course. Hall Guard 3. Hi Y 3. Spanish Club 2. Senior Swimming 4. JEAN MASLANKA - Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 1 4. Latin Club 1, 3. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 3. Foot- lighters 4. EVELYN MATT!-uEsEN-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2. Girls Glee Club 1, 2. LOIS CLAIRE lVIAXWELL1D0lf0I1. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Thorntonite 4. Year- book 4. Chorus 4. Girls Choir 1, 2, 3. ROBERT MAY-Blue Island. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 4. Hall Guard 3. ' LARRY MAY-Phoenix. Trade Course. Morgan Park High 1. Tilden Tech High 2. Boys Club: 4. Hall Guard 4. LUCILLE MAZUR-HHIVCY. Business Course. Fac- ulty Secretary 3, 4. . JEANNE MCCULLOUGH-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. Hostess Committee 4. Typist 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Yvelfare Committee 3. Girls Club Dance 2, 3, 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Home Economics Club l, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Faculty Secretary l, 3, 4. Page 63 GEORGE W. NICCLELLAN - Dolton. Academic Course. St. Leo High l. Boys Club: 2, 4. Hi Y 4. French Club 4. Latin Club 2, 3. Art Club 4. Bicycle Club 4. Camera Club 4. Swing Club 4. Footlighters 4. Business Staff 4. Stage Crew 4. Yearbook 4. Faculty Secretary 3, 4. PAT BICDONNELL-DOIIOH. General Course. St. Louis Academy High 1, 2. JAMES MCGAUGHEY QIRISHJ -Dolton. General Course. Bus Guard 3, 4. Woodshop Instructor 4. Track 3. VERQNICA BICGRATH-HHYVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 4. Typist 4. Marshal 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Ban- quet l, 2, 3, 4. Loyalty Day 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 1, 2. Business Staff 4. Stage Crew 4. Foot- lighters 4. SHIRLEY BICKENZIE-HOmCW00d. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. JoAN lWICKIBBEN-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman l. Swing Club 1, 2. Sports Leader 3. Nurse's Assistant 4. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Numerals 1. Small T 2. Archery 4. KATHERINE MCNABB-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2. Stand-Up l. Spanish Club l, 3. Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. .WMM DOROTHY MCNEIL-H3261 Crest. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council l, 2. T Pins l, 2. Division Chairman 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Ticket Chairman 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4 Xvelfare Committee 3. Girls Club Dance 3, 4 Homecoming Dance 3, 4. KIP Neewollah Dance 4. Junior-Senior Party 3, 4. Faculty Secretary 4. Spanish Club l, 2. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Girls Choir 3, 4. Keydets 3. Girls Glee Club l, 2. BEATRICE MECH--Posen. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Library Assistant 3. Faculty Assistant 3. Drum Majorette 3, 4 HOWARD CHARLEs MECH-HHIVCY. Trade Course Boys Club: 4. Honor Roll 2. JACK MECH-Harvey. Technical Course. Hall Guard 1, 2. Safety Squad 3. Prom Committee 3. Swing Club l, 2. Basketball l. Track l 2, 3. Lettermens Club l. XVENDELL G. BIEDER QWINDYQ - Hazel Crest Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN MEEDER QBABSJ--D0llOl'1. Busi ness Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman l. Swing Club l, 2. Girls Choir 3 Girls Glee Club 1, 2. GAA l. EDGAR L. BIENDENHALI, - Harvey. Academic Course. Boys Club: l. 2, 3. 4. Hall Guard 3 Representative 2, 3. KIP 3. Forum 3. Latin Club 1, 2. Tomorrow The World 3. Ever Since Eve 3. Stage Crew 3. Footlighters 3 Swing Club l, 2. Chorus 3. Football l, 2. 3 Golf 3. Page 64 DAVID MENZEL-Homewood. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Representative l. Ger- man Club 2, 3. Chorus 4. Boys Glee Club 2, 3. ROGER NIERRITT-HZTVCY. Academic Course. ELAINE RAE BIESSERSCHBIIDT-DOIIOH. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Scholarship 4. Honor Roll l, 2, 3. Spqnish Club 1, 2. Swing Club l. Quill and Scrol 3, 4. Thorntonite 4. Exchange Editor 4. Yeh book f 4. Gradua- tion Usher 3. Faculty S feta . Spring Con- cert Usher l. GAA K DORIS MARIE MILLER-Harvey. General Course. Lindberg High l. Girls Club: 3, 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Ban- quet 3. 4. Archery 4. JOHN S. MILLER QIACKD -Harvey. Technical Course. Hyde Park High l. Montclair High 2, 3. Conduct Committee 4. Football 4. MARVIN BIILLER-H2lIVCy'. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. German Club 2. JOSEPH MILLEs-Tinley Park. Technical Course. VIRGIL NIESSMAKER 3 'ut Ho . Trade Bus Guard 4' G01f4- Courseb, Boys Club: ' 2, 4' .smug 3' 4' THONIAS RIOFFAT - Harvey. General Course. WILLIAM MEUZELA - lton rad' Course. BOYS Club? ly 2, 3, 4. H2111 Guard 2- RCPYC' Boys C ' 5 I, Q, 3 I B G d gygjys Glee sentative 3. Hi Y 2, 3. Senate 2, 3. Track C1uIf'1, . I 5 ' 2, 3. Lifesaving Awards 3. , W L Y, HERBER MEYER H K Igfradk' Course. DIARY NIARGARET LIORRONE-BIUC Island. Busi- Boy ubg 1, Hard 265. Ca Us ness Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pin 1. P 1. l ' w at , xi ALLEN MOSSELL-HHTVCY. Academic Course. Hall J X MEYE H eyt erxdpal Course. Guard 4. German Club 2. ,J ' . , 5 I., IJ, I Us . L I I X fx V I X . ' X ' Ksfox AJ XXI' Xu if tl HX - ' .I I fy I I I x i lx I ij ,X ff J . X Mylan! lp WJ If' . ' t l HI' Page 65 Page 66 JAMES MOSSELL, JR.-Dolton. Trade Course. Bus Guard 3. Senate 3. Spanish Club 2. JOAN BIULDER-DOIIOD. General Course. Tom MULDERINK-Tinley Park. Academic Course. St. Rita High l, 2. German Club 3, 4. VIRGINIA MUNDINGER-Harvey. General Course. VERONICA M. MURPHY-Midlothian. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. Latin Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Library Assistant 3. RONALD E. MYERS-MHIICSOH. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. German Club 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Purple X 4. LOIS M. NAGEI.-Blue Island. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thorntonite 3. Yearbook 3. BETTY NEAL-Oak Forest. Business Course. Girls Club: 1. Latin Club 1. Swing Club 1. GAA 1. DONALD NEAL fDONND - Homewood. Trade Course. GENE NEEDLES-Dolton. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. BIINETTE NELSON-Riverdale. General Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Stand.Up l, 2. Home Economics Club 2, 3. Swing Club 1. GAA: 2, 3, 4. Numerals 3. Small T 4. Gym Demon- stration 3. EDWIN GEORGE NIEMEYEP.--Tinley Park. General Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Spanish Club 3. JACK NILLES QJOCKJ -Midlothian. Technical Course. Hall Guard 2, 3. EVELYN JEAN Onok - Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chair- man 2. T Pins l, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up l, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. VVelfare Committee 3. Secretary of Attendance 3. National Honor Society 3. KIP 3, 4. Forum 3. Conduct Committee 4. Latin Club l, 2, 3. Home Economics Club l. Pierian Club 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Footlighters 3, 4. Ever Since Eve 3. Graduation Usher 3. Faculty Sec- retary 2. Speech Broadcasts 4. GAA: l, 2. Swimming Pageant 1. 333:43 270' ' 5 X 1 f JAMES D. OGDEN fFARLEYJ -Flossmoor. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Latin Club l, 2, 3. JUANITA JEAN OHLERKING-BIHIICSOH. Academic Course. Girls Club: 2, 3, 4. Scholarship 3. Honor Roll 2, 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Home Economics Club l. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. RAY OLSEN-Riverdale. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Class Vice President 4. KIP Treasurer 4. Latin Club 2. JEANNINE OLSON-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pin I." FAY OLTHOFF-SOUlh Holland. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2. Yearbook 3. WALTER A. ONAK-HHTVCY. Trade Course. TEUNIS J. PAARLBERG-Harvey. Academic Course. Hi Y l, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 2. President 3. Sec- retary 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Swing Club 2. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2. EVELYN PACKINGHAM-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pin 1. Stand-Up l, 3. Stunt Chairman 3. KID PETER PARosz--Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 3. Football 4. EARL PARKS-HZTVCY. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3. Latin Club l, 2. Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3. ETHEL MAE PARKS-H3261 Crest. General Course. Girls Club: 4. MARIAN PARKS--Markham. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Board 2. Council 3. Division Chairman 1, 4. Speaker 4. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Scholarship 2, 3. Hostess Committee 4. Marshal 4. Activity Point Commission Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, 4. Decoration Chairman 3. Stand.Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daugh- ter Banquet 4. Loyalty Day 4. Welfare Com- mittee 3, 4. Honor Roll l, 2, 3. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Home'Economics Club 1. Pride and Prejudice 4. Business Staff 4. Graduation Usher 3. Faculty Secretary 3. GAA 4. HENRY J. PASEK-Phoenix. Trade Course. Boys Clubz. 3. FLOYD R. PAss-Harvey. Trade Course. Q Page 67 NORMA PEARs0N--Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Girls' Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY PELKE-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 4. French Club 1, 2. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 3, 4. ROBERT PELLEGRINO-HRTVCY. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative 4. Hi Y 2, 3, 4. President 4. Senate 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN FAYE PENROSE KFAYED -Midlothian. General Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet 1, 3. French Club 2. Latin Club 3. Home Economics Club 1. GAA 3. EDMUND PERKINS QPERKD -Harvey. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Conduct Com- mittee 4. Prom Committee 3. Spanish Club l, 2. Yearbook 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2. GERALDINE PETERSON QIERRYJ -Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. House Committee 3. Hostess Committee 3. Typist 3. Marshal 4. Activity Point Commis- sion 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Loyalty Day 2. Red Cross Council 2, 3. Welfare Committee 2, 3, 4. Freshman Leader 3. Board 3. Girls Club Conference 3. Fun Nite 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. Home Eco- nomics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Faculty Secretary 2, 3. Library Assistant 3. Thorn- tonite 4. Co-Editor 4. Yearbook 4. Concert Usher 2, 3. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Leader 4. Nu- merals 2. Small T 2. Archery 1, 4. RONALD E. PETERSON-H3261 Crest. Trade Course. Mt. Carmel High 1, 2. GRETCHEN PFAB QGUSSIEJ -Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Membership Chairman 4. Council 2. T Pins 1, 2. junior Service Award 3. House Committee 4. Activ- ity Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 3. Stand-Up l. Dad.Daughter Banquet 2. Torch Pin 3. Mfelfare Committee 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. Refreshment Crew 3. Latin Club 1, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Ever Since Eve 3. Tomorrow the World 3. Wappin' Wharf 3. Pride and Preju- dice 4. Girls Glee Club 2. GAA: 1, 4. Life- saving Awards 3. JOHN CLARENCE PFOTENHAUER-Dolton. Trade Course. Hall Guard 4. Bus Guard 2, 3. Campus Patrol 1. Boys Glee Club 1. DAVE L. PHILLIPS-Harvey. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative 3. Hi Y 2. Class Treasurer 4. Senate 3. KIP 4. Forum 4. Latin Club l. Spanish Club 2. Swing Club l, 2. Band 1, 2. Boys Glee Club 1. FRANCES NANCY PIPER-Homewood. Business Course. Lady of Sacred Heart High 1. Board 2. Council 1. T Pins l, 2. Senior Service Award 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2. Stand-Up 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3. Fresh- man Leader 2. Girls Club Dance 3. Magazine Drive 2. Pierian Club 3. Swing Club 1, 2. Lifesaving Awards 3. MARY Lou PIPER-H0m6W00d. Academic Course. Council l. Latin Club l, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2. BILL PLUCINSKI-Harvey. Trade Course. Hall Guard 2, 3. Stage Crew 2. Track 2. MARY Lou PORTER-Flossmoor. Academic Course. St. Cecilia High 1. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Board 3. T Pins 1, 2. junior Service Award 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Wel- fare Committee 4. May Queen Attendant 3. National Honor Society 3. KIP 4. Secretary 4. Conduct Committee 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. junior-Senior Party 3. Decorations Chairman 3. Latin Club 1, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Chorus 4. Girls Choir 2, 3. Girls Glee Club 1. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Numerals 2. Small T 3. Gym Demonstration 2. Swimming Pageant 1. Lifesaving Awards 3. Page 68 CHUCK Poss-Dolton. General Course. Pullman Tech High 1, 2, 3. GRACSON POWERS CSPEC, - Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2. Campus Patrol 4. Representative 2, 3. Hi Y 1, 2. Forum 3. Swing Club 1, 2. Boys Glee Club l. Lettermens Club 3, 4. Football and Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4. GLEN PRESTON-Midlothian. Technical Course. Campus Patrol l. PATRICIA PRESTON fPArj-Midlothian. Academic Course. Spanish Club 1, 2. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. Graduation Usher 3. BUNNIE PRIBYL-Oak Forest. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 3. Dad.Daughter Banquet 3. Secretary of Attendance 3. Latin Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Faculty Secretary 3. Girls Glee Club 2, 3. EDWARD J. PROCHASRA, JR.-Oak Forest. Tech- nical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club l. ELENE L. PROVIS QLEEQ -Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2, 3. Home Economics Club 1. Girls Choir 2, 3, 4. EILEEN PUKALLA - Harvey. Business Course. Spanish Club 2. WALTER PRZYBYLA-Harvey. Business Course. Boys Glee Club 2. BETTE RAHN-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 3. Division Chairman 1, 2. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Activity Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Welfare Commit. tee 3, 4. Secretary of Attendance 2. May Queen Attendant 3. Latin Club 1, 2. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club l, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3. Girls Choir 2. Keydets 1, 2. Girls Glee Club l. Speech Broadcasts 4. Gym Demonstration 2. GAA: 1, 2, 3. Archery l. Lifesaving Awards 3. IRENE RABISAY-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Board 3, 4. Council 2. T Pins l, 2. junior Service Award 3. Scholarship 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Tickets Co-Chairman 3. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Programs and Ceremony of the Green Chairman 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. LEONA M. RANDLE-Harvey. Business Course. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Dad- Daughter Banquet 3. Spanish Club 1. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. HERBERT LAWRENCE RAU, JR.-Riverdale. Aca- demic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Speech Broadcasts 3. Hearst American History Con. test 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN C. RAVESLOOT QRAVQ -South Holland. Trade Course. Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. Boys Glee Club -1, 2. Vllrestling 3, 4. Page 69 Page 70 LILLIAN RAY-Markham. Academic Course. JOHN RAVESLO0'l'-SOUIII Holland.'Trade Course. Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2. Hfrestling 3, 4. SHIRLEY RUTH Raravlzs-Hazel Crest. Business Course. Girls Club: 4. Bicycle Club 2, 3. Footlighters 4. JACK N. REIFSCHNEIDER-HHTVCY. General Course. Baseball 2. Football 2. H.'PR1sc1LLA REIMER-Oak Forest. Business . Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2. GAA 1. SHIRLEY Rrsls--Homewood. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2. T Pins 1, 2. Spanish Club 1. GLORIA RHIND-Homewood. Academic Course. Latin Club l, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Purple X 4. Pride and Prejudice 4. Business Staff 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Chorus 4. Girls Choir 3. Keydets 3. Girls Glee Club 2. Fac' ulty Secretary 2. Library Assistant 2. Swim- ming Pageant l, 3. Lifesaving Awards 3. Jo RIBANDO-HHYVCY. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2. T Pins l, 2. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club l. Girls Glee Club 1. OLGA RIECliES f0LLIED-H0ll1CWO0Cl. General Course. Cissna Park High 1, 2. Girls Club: 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3. German Club 3, 4. Dorus HILDA RIEDEL-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 4. German Club 2, 4. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1. GAA 1. NIARIAN Russ-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2. May Queen At- tendant 3. Bonds 1, 2, 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Senate 2, 3, 4. Forum 3. German Club 2, 3, 4. Graduation Usher 3. FRED H. RIETVELD-Sflulh Holland. Academic Course. -IUNE RIETVELD-South Holland. General Course. Girls Club: 3, 4. Swing Club 2. GERALDIN12 RING fGERRY, -Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 4. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. junior Service Award 3. Marshal 4. Mother-Daugh- ter Banquet 1, 2, 3. Stand-Up 1, 2. Dad- Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3. Wvelfare Committee 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Yearbook 3. GAA: l, 2. Numerals 2. Small T 2. Archery 1. ROBERT RoAcH-Harvey. Technical Course. Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. Bus Guard 3. Stag Committee 3. Prom Committee 3. Swing Club I, 2, 3. Football 3. Track 3. BETTY JOANN ROBECK-H3fVCJ'. General Course. Mother-Daughter Banquet 3. Loyalty Day 2. 3. Home Economics Club 2. Swing Club 2. Purple X 3. ROBERT ROBECK-HHTVCY. Technical Course. Campus Patrol 4. ELMER ROCKROHR-HHTVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3. GERALDINE ROBINSON-Harvey. General Course. HELEN ROCRWELL - Hazel Crest. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Home Economics Club 1. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. PETER RYNBERK QPETEJ -Homewood. Trade Course. Hall Guard 4. ANNIE MAE ROGERS-Oak Forest. General Course. Latin Club l. Swing Club 1, 2. PRISCILLA RONEY-DOIKOH. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 2. T Pins 1, 2. Scholarship 1, 2, 3. Marshal 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 3. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Bonds 2. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Graduation Usher 3. Faculty Secretary 2, 4. Thorntonite 4. Year. book 4. JUNE PHYLLIS Rossow-Dolton. Academic Course. Girls Club: 2, 3,. T Pins 2, 3. Refreshment Crew 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. JACK ROTHERNIEL fCORKYJ -Riverdale. Business Course. Boys Club: 2, 4. Representative 4. German Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Thorn- tonite 4. Yearbook 3, 4. LORENZO ROWE-HHTVCY. General Course. Boys Club: 4. German Club 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 4. Madrigal 4. Football 2, 3, 4. Track l, 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 4. SHIRLEY RUNGE-Harvey. Business Course. JOE Rocliwooo-Markham. Academic Course. Calumet High 1, 2. Boys Club: 4. Hall Guard 3. Football 4. State VVrestling Champ 3. Page 71 Lois RYSKAMP-Markham. Business Course. GAA 1. DOROTHY SANTEFORD fBO0TSJ-HHTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 3. Home Economics Club l, 2. Chorus 3, 4. Girls Choir l, 2. Keydets l. JOHN SARNA-Phoenix. Academic Course. Boys Club: 4. Spanish Club 2, 4. Pan American League Representative 4. Pierian Club 4. RALPH SCHAAP-SOUlh Holland. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. JOHN SCHILB-Ivanhoe. Academic Course. Span- ish Club 2, 3. . NORMAN SCHILLING-Homewood. General Course. Hall Guard l. Safety Squad 1. GERALDINE SCHIMMEL QGERRYJ -Harvey. Gen- eral Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. SHIRLEY ANNE SCHINDLER-S0llIh Holland. Busi- ness Course. Girls Club: 4. T Pin 4. Typist 4. Faculty Secretary 4. JOYCE SCHISEL-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club 1. GORDON SCHNOOR-DOIIOII. Technical Course. BETTY SCHOPPE-Thornton. General Course. Girls Club: l, 2. VAL SCHREIBER-Homewood. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 4. Spanish Club 4. Bicycle Club, 2, 4. Camera Club 4. Pride and Preju- dice 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Hi C 4. Yearbook 4. Boys Glee Club l. BIARJORIE SCHUBERTH4O3k Forest. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Division Chair- man 1. German Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1. DON SHAW'-HOmCW00d. Academic Course. Hall Guard 3, 4. Commander-in-Chief 4. Repre- sentative l, 2. Stag Committee 2, 3. Hi Y 1, 2. National Honor Society 3, 4. Class Treasurer 3. Conduct Committee 3, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Pierian Club l, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2. 3. Purple X 2, 3, 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. KD Page 72 - GEORGE A. SHEEHAN - Homewood. Technical Course. Hall Guard 4. Hi Y 1. Swing Club 2. RUTH SHELDRAKE- Harvey. Business Course. Spanish Club 2. Home Economics Club 1. ROSALEE SH1ELDs-Harvey. General Course. CoNN1E SHILLING-SOUIII Holland. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chaairman 1. T Pins 1, 2. Mother- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Senate 1, 2. KIP 2, 3, 4. Forum 2. Conduct Committee 3, 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Pirates of Pinzance 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Girls Choir 1. ELLEN SINION-RiX'CTd3lC. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. German Club 3, 4. Home Economics Club 2. Swing Club 1, 2. GAA: 2, 3. Leader 2, 3. Swimming Pageant 3. Nu- merals 3. JEAN SIPES-NIidlOllliHI1. General Course. EUGENE Louis SLOAT-HHTVSY. General Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. CURTIS BRUCE SMITH-Olympia Fields. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Representative 2. Stag Committee 2, 3, 4. Senate 1, 2. 3. KIP 2, 3. Board 2, 3. Forum 3, 4. Hi Y 2. Honor Roll 1, 4. Class President 1. Speech Broadcasts 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2. Baseball 2, 3. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Football 2, 4. Track 3, 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. GERALDINE Smrru QGERRYJ-HH1'VCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. NIARILYN SM1'r1-1-Dolton. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Scholarship 1, 2, 3. Senate 2. Forum 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Graduation Usher 3. Faculty Secretary 4. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 3, 4. Editor-in-Chief 4. Girls Choir 1, 2. Archery 4. CHARLES W. Smoors--Hazel Crest. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2. Hi Y 2, Swing Club 2. Boys Glee Club 1. Track 3. ELSIIE BIAE SNEDDEN-Oilk Forest. General Course. Girls Club: 3. Swing Club 1. Nurse's As- sistant 4. XVILLIAM SNX'DER-H3261 Crest. Academic Course. Spanish Club l, 2. Chorus 4. Boys Glee Club 1, 3. Football 4. PAT SONNLEITNER-Dolton. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council l, 3. Division Chairman 2. T Pins 1, 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Stand-Up 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Welfare Committee 1, 2. Span- ish Club 2, 3. Purple X 3, 4. Faculty Secre- tary 3. Library Assistant 1. GAA: 1, 2, 3. Swimming Pageant 3. Business Manager 3. Page 73 Page 74 JOHN SIIERO--Oak Lawn. Technical Course. Campus Patrol 3. Spanish Club l. Swing Club 1, 2. LORRAINE D. SPINA-S0lllh Holland. Business Course. Girls Club: Division Chairman 1. Business Staff 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Girls Glee Club 1. Senior Lifesaving Awards 3. DOLORES SPINDLEII-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. BOB SPINDI.FR-HZITVCY. General Course, Hall Guard l. Hi Y 1. DONALD Roy SkEvAsKI-Homewood. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Thorntonite 4. Faculty Secretary 3. EDWNARD STANQUIST - South Holland. Trade Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD STEERE-Harvey. General Course. Boys Club: 1. 2. 3, 4. Senate 4. Football 2, 3, 4. DONALD STEGNIEIR-HHIVCY. Academic Course. Boys Club: Representative 1. Conduct Com- mittee 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Span- ish Club l, 2. Swing Club 2. Purple X 3, 4. President 4. Pride and Prejudice 4. Business Staff Manager 4. Track 3, 4. RICHARD J. STEHL-TTHICY Park. General Course. Hall Guard 3. Bus Guard 2, 3, 4. Captain 4. Safety Squad 1. VELVA JEAN STIEGNIAN-HHTVCY. Business Course. BERNICE STOLTZ- Markham. Business Course. Hyde Park High 1, 2, 3. VICTORIA E. STOKJAK'-HJTVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3. PIIYLLIS STOUT--Midlothian. Business Course. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. GEORGE STRICKER-Midlothian. Academic Course. Hall Guard 2. Spanish Club 1, 3. CX? RICHARD SrIzI'LowsKI-Harvey. Trade Course. Hall Guard 4. Hi Y 1, 2. Football 1, 2, 3. Lettermens Club 1, 2. RUTH SUMMERS-H3261 Crest. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Senior Service Award 4. Typist 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet 4. Stand-Up 2. Senate 3. Home Eco. nomics 'Club 2. Girls Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. GAA: 1, 2, 4. Numerals 2. Small T 4. Cheerleader 3, 4. Captain 4. JAMES SURUFKA QJIMMYQ -- Phoenix. Trade Course. Boys Club: 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. GENE SwANsoN-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Representative 4. KIP 3, 4. Forum 3. Conduct Committee 4. Span- ish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 3, 4. Boys Glee Club l. Football 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 2. ROBERT F. SWEET-HHTVCY. General Course. Hall Guard 3, 4. WILLIALI M. SWVEET - Thornton. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Football 4. IEA TANIS-HHTVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hi Y l. Bicycle Club 1. Manager 1. JANE TANIS QJANIED -Riverdale. General Course. Fenger High 1. Girls Club: 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2. Pride and Prejudice 4. Business Stall 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Pirates of Penzance 3. Chorus 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 2. Archery 4. CECIL V. TARRANT,JR.-ChlC3g0. General Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. PI-IYLLIs TATGENHORST - Thornton. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. Scholarship l, 2. Swing Club l, 2. RAY TATGENHORST-Riverdale. Technical Course. Boys Club: I, 2, 3, 4. HAROLD TAYLOR QBUDQ -Hazel Crest. General Course. East Aurora High l, 2, 3. ANITA TH1Es fBEANSJ-H0mCM'00d. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daugh- ter Banquet 3. Spanish Club 2. Faculty Tea 3. Archery 4. f ROBERT THORIAS- Homewood. Trade Course. Boys Club: 2, 3, 4. Cil Page 75 RICHARD H. TINDER-Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Stage Crew 4. Lifesaving Awards 3. GENE TOMKY QSPIDILRD -Dolton. General Course. Bus Guard 2. Hi Y l, 2, 3. Swing Club 2. Football 4. Swimming Team 3, 4. PATRICIA TOMPKINS QPATJ --Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Marshal 4. Stand-Up 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Girls Glee Club l. GAA: 1, 4. Numerals 1. Archery 1. Lots TooLE-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 3. T Pins 1, 2. junior Service Award 3. Scholarship 2. Marshal 3. Activity Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1. 2, 3, 4. Welfare Com- mittee 3, 4. Freshman Leader 3. Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. GAA: l. Archery 4. PHILIP ToRT0RIcI QFRANKQ - Harvey. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. SHIRLEY TRAGNITZ-Markham. Business Course. Girls Club: l. . RUTH TREEN-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. Division Chair- man 2. T Pins l, 2. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up l, 2, 3, 4. Dad- I Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 1 2, 3. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Broad- casts 4. Pirates of Penzance 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Girls Club: 1. A 1 DONALD P. TRENNING-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. Hi Y 1. HERBERT TRENNING-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2. Representative 1. Senate 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Swing Club l, 2. ROGER TRIEAISTRA fONIONSJ-S0uEl1 Holland. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. Assistant Commander 4. Bus Guard 2. Stag Committee 3. Hi Y 1, 2. Vice President 2. Honor Roll l. Forum 3. Purple X 2. CARMEN TRIUMPH - Homewood. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Football 3, 4. JOSEPH T RIUMPII QJOED-HOU1CWOOd. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. President 4. Vice President 3. Board 3, 4. Representative 1. Senate l, 2, 3. KIP 2. Forum 2. Conduct Committee 2. Latin Club l, 2, 3. Treasurer 3. Yearbook 3. ROBERT TRYKALL QBOBQ -Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2. Football 3, 4. Track 3, 4. DENNY TUFEANELLI QBONESP -Blue Island. Aca- demic Course. National Honor Society 3, 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Class President 2. Vice President 4. KIP 3. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Basket- ball 1. 2, 3, 4. Football 2. 4. Page 76 DOROTHY VTWVIETMEYER- Homewood. Academic Coursey Bloom High l. Girls Club: 2, 3, 4. T Pins 2, Torch Pin 3. Senior Service Award 4. Typist 4. May Queen Attendant 3. Stand- Up 4. Invitation and Hostess Chairman 4. Homecoming Dance 3. Chairman 3. German Club 4. Spanish Club 2, 3. Swing Club 2, 3. Faculty Secretary 4. Nurse's Assistant 4. GAA: 2. EDITH TYSEN QEDIED -Homewood. Business Course. ALINIA VAN BUREN-Dolton. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club l, 2. JOYCE VANDENBERG--DOICOH. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Division Chairman 4. T Pins 1, 2. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3. Stand-Up 1, 3. lvelfare Committee l, 2. Senate 4. Ger- man Club 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thorn- tonite 3, 4. Yearbook 3. Speech Broadcasts 4. Graduation Usher 3. Pirates of Penzance 3. Chorus 3, 4. Girls Choir 2. Girls Glee Club 1. GAA: l, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2, 3. Board 2, 3, 4. Numerals l. Small T l. Large T 3. Archery l. Swimming Pageant 1, 3. Lifesaving Awards 3. CONNIE VANDER KLoor-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 2. Fun Night 3. Senate 2. Torch Pin 2. Night Club 4. Latin Club 2. Spanish Club 3. Pierian Club 2, 3, 4. Debate 1, 2. Pirates of Penzance 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Thornton- ite 2, 3. Yearbook 3. National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra l. Chorus 3, 4. Madrigal 3, 4. Girls Choir 2. Music Contest 2. DOROTHY VANDERWALL -- Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Latin Club l, 2. Faculty Secretary 4. NELLIE VAN DEURSEN-South Holland. Academic Course. French Club 1, 3. Home Economics Club l, 2. CORINNE VAN DYKE QCORKYJ -South Holland. Business Course. Girls Club: 1. Girls Glee Club l. - DONALD Vick-Dolton. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 4. Bus Guard 4. HARRY VINKE-SOUlh Holland. General Course. Todd School for Boys 1. Hall Guard 4. HENRY ERWIN Voss QHANKD -Tinley Park. Tech- nical Course. German Club l. JACQUELINE Voss QJACKIEJ -Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 2. Division Chairman 1. T Pins 1, 2. Marshal 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 2. Dad.Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Welfare Committee 2. Senate 2. Girls Club Dance 3. Chairman 3. Girls Club Conference Delegate 2, 3. German Club 2, 3, 4. Latin Club l, 2, 3. Secretary 3. Pierian Club 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Play Prompter 3. Quill and Scroll 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Girls Choir 1. Spring Concert Co-Business Manager 2. Archery 2. Swimming Pageant 1. Lifesaving Awards 2, 3. LORRAINE W'AIL-Blue Island. Business Course. Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club 2. Quill and Scroll 3. Yearbook 3. WALTER WAJDA-HBFVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Page 77 Page 78 RU'l'H ELLEN WALKER-Riverdale. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Faculty Secre- tary 4. LENORE PATRICIA XVARD CPATD -Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 4. German Club 3, 4. Home Economics Club 2. JOHN WEAVER-HHIVCY. Technical Course. Hi Y 2, 3, 4. Purple X 4. Band I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA WEBER QPATj-Harvey. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet l, 4. Stand-Up 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3. VVelfare Committee 2, 3. Latin Club 1, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Foot- : lighters 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. DALLAS YVEBSTER-Tinley Park. Academic Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2. Spanish Club 4. Swing Club 4. Chorus 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 2. LEE WEISSFUSS-H0mCW00d. General Course. Chicago Christian High 3. MARGIE WEI.LS-HHIVCY. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2. Girls Glee Club 1, 2. IRENE WENZLAFF-HHYVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Marshal 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet 1. Stand-Up 2. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2. Latin Club 1. Wel- fare Committee 3, 4. Chairman 4. Swing Club 1, 2. Thorntonite 4. Yearbook 4. Girls Glee Club 3. DOLORES WESOLOWSKI - Dixmoor. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Club 3. THOMAS MILLER WHITELAW QToMl -Harvey. Technical Course. Hall Guard 2. SUSANNE WILKIE- Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins l, 2. Art Club 1, 2. Home Economics l, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Faculty Secretary 4. Girls Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. DON WILLIAMS-Hazel Crest. General Course. ROBERT WVILSON-Markham. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. JOAN WINISLER - Harvey. Academic Course. Mother-Daughter Banquet 2, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 4. National Honor Society 3. Pirates of Penzance 3. Spanish Club l, 2. Home Eco. nomics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2. Speech Broadcasts 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Madrigal 2, 3, 4. Girls Choir l. Keydets 1. CX? JOSEPH WISE QJOEJ -Chicago. Academic Course. Hall Guard 4. Representative 4. Hi Y l, 2. Conduct Committee 4. Spanish Club l, 2. Swing Club l, 2. Band 1, 2. Manager l. Ten- nis 2, 4. CAROLINE XVITVLIET-Thornton. General Course. Girls Club: l, 3, 4. HARRY WITVOET-ThOfHlOD. General Course. Bloom High 1, 2. JEANETTE WOJCIECHOWSKI-DlXmO0T. General Course. Division Chairman l. Swing Club 3. MARIE WO-JTOWICZ-Ph0CHiX. Business Course. Stand-Up 1. Spanish Club 2. MYRNA JEANNE Woons-Homewood. General Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Home Eco- nomics Club 2, 3. BETTY WRIGHT-Flossmoor. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Council 1. Division Chairman 2. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Activity Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Banquet l, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up l, 2, 3, 4. Dad-Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. May Queen Attendant 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. Senate 2. KIP 3, 4. Board 3, 4. Conduct Committee 2, 3. French Club 3, 4. Latin Club l, 2, 3. Vice President 3. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Pierian Club 2, 3, 4. Swing Club l, 2, 3. Yearbook 3. Girls Glee Club 2. Speech Broadcasts 4. Faculty Secretary l, 3. Library Assistant 2. KIP Neewolah Dance 4. Girls Club Dance 3. PTA Night Club 4. Youth Conference Representative 4. DONALD WRIGHT-H0mCWOOd. Academic Course. Hall Guard 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Business Staff 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. JOHN WROBEL-HHFVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 4. Hall Guard 4. PATRICIA WURTMAN-HZIVCY. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1. 2. Mother- Daughter Banquet l, 2, 4. Stand-Up l, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. German Club 3, 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1. Purple X 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Girls Choir 1. GAA: 1, 2, 3, 4. Board 2, 3. Numerals 3. Small T l. Swimming Pageant 1, 3. JEROME WUJASTYK QJERRYJ -Harvey. Technical Course. Boys Club: l, 2, 3, 4. Senate 4. Bas- ketball l, 2, 3. Football 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 3, 4. Secretary. ELSIE YADRON-Harvey. Academic Course. Girls Club: l, 2, 3, 4. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Scholarship 2, 3. Hostess Committee 2. Typist 4. Marshal 4. Head 4. Mother- Daughter Banquet 3. Toastmistress 3. Stand- Up 2, 3. Dad-Daughter Banquet 3. Loyalty Day 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club l. Swing Club I, 2, 3. Graduation Usher 3. Play Usher 2, 4. Archery 4. CORAL YAT11s-Harvey. Academic Course. Coun- cil 2. Mother.Daughter Banquet 1, 3. Stand- Up 1, 2. Dad-Daughter Banquet 2, 3. Welfare Committee 3. French Club 1, 2. Camera Club 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Faculty Tea 4. Chair- man 4. Footlighters 3, 4. President 4. Stage Crew 2, 4. Business Staff 4. Ever Since Eve 3. Chorus 2, 3. Girls Glee Club 1. JOSEPH YOUNGBLOOD-Oak Forest. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. Board 2, 3, 4. Stag Committee 2, 3, 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Class Vice Presi- dent 2. President 4. KIP 3. President 3. Ger- man Club 2, 3. Pirates of Penzance 3. Whap- pin' Wharf 3. Pride and Prejudice 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4. Madrigal 3, 4. Track 2, 3. Page 79 ROBERT YOUNGFELT -- Hazel Crest. Technical Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 3, 4. Hi Y 1, 2. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Track 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT ALEXANDER ZADROZNY-HHIVCY. Trade Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3. JOHN ZEGA-HHTVCJV. General Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 1. CHARLES ZIEBELL fCHUCKJ -Harvey. Academic Course. Boys Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Hall Guard 2, 3. Representative 1, 2, 3. Stag Committee 3. Class Vice President 3. Senate 3. KIP 2, 4. Forum 2, 4. Conduct Committee 4. Boys Glee Club 1. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 1, 3, 4. A JANE ZIELINSKI-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics Club 1, 2. Library Assistant 4. LUCY ZIRKLE-Harvey. Business Course. Girls Club: 1, 2. Stand-Up 1. Home Economics Club 1. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Stage Crew 4. Footlighters 4. Vice President 4. Thorntonite 3. Yearbook 3. THOMAS ZIRKLE-Olympia Fields. Academic Course. Oak Ridge High 1, 2. KIP 4. Forum 4. Hi Y 3. Basketball 1, 2, 4. Track l, 2, 3, 4. Lettermens Club 2. CHARLES J. ZITEK-Lansing. Trade Course. Boys Club: 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4. Bus Guard 4. Campus Patrol 4. Football 3. JEAN ZOI.LER-RlVCfd3lC. Post Graduate Course. HELEN CAROL ZoLrY-Harvey. Business Course. Library Assistant 4. CAROL ZORNIG-Homewood. Academic Course. Girls Club: 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 3. Division Chairman 2. T Pins 1, 2. Junior Service Award 3. Senior Service Award 4. Activity Point Commission 3. Mother-Daughter Ban- quet 1, 2, 3, 4. Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4. Dad- Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4. Loyalty Day 4. Welfare Committee 3. French Club 1, 2. Home Economics Club 1. Swing Club 1, 2, 3. Girls Club Dance 3, 4. KIP Homecoming Dance 3, 4. Girls Club Guide 4. Play Usher 4. Speech Broadcasts 4. Library Assistant 2. Girls Glee Club 2, 3. GAA: 1, 2. Archery 1. CID Page 80 .7uxeclo yuncfion The long-awaited night ol May 25, 1946, had arrived. There was excite- ment in the air as those attending the Iunior-Senior Prom entered the Shore- land Hotel to dance and enjoy the music of Jay Beurkhart. Dr. and Mrs. YV. E. McVey, Mr. and 4 , vxqe F-'M i I x 3.15 " 7" .71 M... , .K V , ey' l fj, x ,,,'l4 f. A ., li If I U ef ' 'i il 2 1 ' if . E1 1 if f n if I f I A 1 X va' ef r ' 5 'Z N GEORGE mcclinwnu Mrs, 0. F. Umbaugh, Miss Helene E. Wilson, and Mr. Walter Armbruster were the guests of honor. The chaperones for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Valbert and Mr, and Mrs. F. YV. Ring. At 12:00 this perfect evening came to a close, but memories of it still linger on. l iv' Page 81 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Louise Brown, Secrctaryg John Lundmark, First Vice Presi- dentg Charles Romer, Presidentg Jean Furth, Second Vice Presiclenig Jacqueline Furth, Treasurer. A I JUNIOR SENATE Row 1: Joanne Nomes, Jeanne Elmore, Dorothy Weber, Marianne Laramie, Pat Sobek, Virginia Peiguss, Nancy Mesnik. Row 2: Virginia Shower, Jackie Furth, Treasurer, Chuck Romer, Presidentg Louise Brown, Secretaryg John Lundmark, First Vice President, Jean Furth, Second Vice President. Row 3: Sam Capriotti, Robert Eckwall, Tommie Coulombe, George Howard, Joe Barse, Paul Leland, Chuck Boysen, Jack Payan, Bob Waterstraat, Vernon De Graff, Jean Jessup, George Marovich. Page 82 8616008 I"Cl, U8 QI"ff Three thrill-packed years have been completed, and the class of '48 now nears its ultimate goal-graduation. Even as they dream of the future, how- ever, these soon-to-be seniors look back on their years at Thornton with the knowledge of a job well done. As freshmen they walked Thornton's halls hesitantly, but, as they joined in the extra-curricular activities and elected class officers, they learned self-confidence. Under the guidance of Mr. F. Zim- merman, the class took another step toward graduation. The sophomore year was filled with activities and crowned by the sophomore party. During their Junior year they walked through Thornton with a confident step. Such things as the crowning of the May Queen, the annual party, and the prom helped make the year enjoyable. They are justly proud of their achieve- ments, but look forward to an even bigger and better senior year. MR. BEAN PERIOD II Row 1: Mary Garczynski, Deloris Schlaudraff, Jack Samulowitz, Rex Wood, Stanley Boyer, Hubert Cho- leva, Dorothy Lloyd, Doris Dunker. Row 2: Dale Packard, Jack Tompkins, Frank Freehauf, Denneth Hoy, Gene Summa, Allen Hammond, Ed Linse, Vfayne Vanderlee, Kenneth Jones. Row 3: Janis Shigley, Rosemary Schwartz, Wilhelmina Dykema, Bar- bara Freitag. Robert Eckwall, Nancy Churchill, Elizabeth Fulsang, Elsie Mae McQueen, Terry Drwal, Joann Roberts. Row 4: Chuck Brooks, John Bogdan- owicz, Bill Brown, Tom Stanepher, Leroy Paulsen, Norman Groeneveld, Lee Maddox. Ed I'Vescott, Moe Miller. MR. BEAN PERIOD VI Row 1: Louie Fioretti, Dorothy Wer- ner, Barbara Senior, Howard Ben- nett, Larry Stump, Shirley Miller, Dorothy Timmins. Row 2: Ted Murawski, Chester Wo- darski, Walter Goesel, Russell Willis. Harley Tucker, Robert Ballard, John Podgorny, Ressie Iviangum. Row 3: Chester Gratkowski, Robert Zesch, Margie Domiter, Imogene Smith, Barbara Petzinger, Agnes Van Baren, Joan Van Baren, Nancy Ohwall. ' Row 4: Pedro Aguilar, Emil Magd- ziak, Louis Furlan, Tommie Coul- ombe, Eugene Callham, Arthur Pear- son, Sam De Gracinto, David Noell, Ronald Letourneau. MRS. BENSON PERIOD IV Row l: Alice Dryja, Joyce Schoeneck, Barbara Fremouw, Rhoda McKinley, Thomas Engquist, Richard Bakker, Donna Ertl. Row 2: Jeannine Lange, Bernie Baran, Delores Covet, Gertrude Schultz, Shirley Arndt, Millicent Cotton, Con- rad Garity, Row 3: Shirley Young, Bertha Holle- man, Lois Purnell, Barbara Lorto, Virginia Ann Peiguss, Helen Van Laningham, Joanne Westerveld, Jac- queline Irwin, Louise Brown. Row 4: Paul Leland, Dennis Brugge- man, Corniel Tanis, Edward Betten- hausen, Donald J. Anderson, Tom Cellini, Clarence Brozelton, Jim Lawless, Louise Lucente. Page Qi 83 i MISS FINNELL PERIOD III Row l: Beverly Mikesell, Betty Kerr, Darlene Pauich, Marcella Burton, Paul Barehead, Lorraine Vanderwall, Barbara Manas, Marilyn Miller. Row 2: Harriet Moskalik, Marianne Laramie,june Jobson, Edith Poddig, Mary Ann Pajor, Stuart Parker, john Lundmark, Leo Parker. Row 3: Viola jacobie, Muriel Beck- man, Ruth Feddersen, Patricia De Graff, Shirley Kennett, Jerry Hyland, Betty Henry, Bonnie Seidel, Mary Ann Crowson, Row 4: Bob Nelson, John Ruddy, Lorin Dillon, Bob Kausal, Robert Goers, lVilliam Kunz, Paul Palmer, George Swadene, Karlton Olsen. Carl Carlsson. Page 84 MISS COFFMAN PERIOD VII Row l: Shirley Rice, jackie Hutton, Nona Belle Cenorke, Lois Haines, Don johnson, Charles Froebel, Wil- liam Churchill, Martha Oehler, Car- olyn Maas. Row 2: Pat Bannon, Eugene Johnson, Milo Backus, Carole Berger, Marion Corson, Kenneth Gorrell, Tony Yad- ron, Roland Martin, Robert Milligan. Row 3: Barbara YVarner, Dorothy Sommer, Barbara Blakemore, Billie Claus, Janet Adam, Phyllis Ferguson, Ann Schneider, Pat Sobek, janet Davis, Barbara Ekstrom, Mary Ann Triumph. Row 4: jack McHenry, J. Raymond Bailia, Herb Hannagan, Bill Briun, Joseph Barse, Paul Homan, Dale Buzzard, Sanford Paul Padgett, Rudy Marschke, Fred Darrohn, Richard Austin. MISS CRITES PERIOD I Row l: Joan Mossell, Mildred Gain, Lislie Bartlett, Richard Steere, Hughston MacConnell, Ben Tokar- ski, Addie Tromp, Gertrude Hous- man. Row 2: LaVonne Mude, Chuck Hen- nig, Theodore Meyer, Wilbert Schill- ing, Edward Roseborougli, Allen Mills, Richard Doyle, Lois Cooper. Row 3: Mildred Hall, Maryann Slev- nik, Patricia Thomsen, Donna Van Ort, Evelyn Dingler, Mildred Miff. lin, Marion Obey, Stella Palczak. Row 4: Robert Sisk, Warren Spindler, George Pochos, Donald Housman, Donald Carlson, Norman Lau, Nor- man Baker, Lyle Pence. MISS FINNELL PERIOD VI Row l: June Miller, Edith Speer, Ruthie Gurganus, Jean Egleston, Maxine Gill, Shirley Jennes, Richard Vandenberg, Bill Slusser. Row 2: Barbara Mae Moore, Alice Henry, Laura June De Young, Laura Short, Ann WVood, Rosemarie Guns- ka, Tom Corbit, Eugene Springsteen, Bob Podgorny. Row 3: Barbara Nelson, Stella Ber, Rudy Kniaz, James Falster, George Myers, Steve Mayerak, Robert Ash, Louis Surufka, Robert Ruddy. Raw 4: Jack Bednarcik, Owen Rob- erts, Ryder Lee, George J. Howard, Bob Binette, Harold Kellogg, Evan Roberts, Bob Johnston, Yvalter Ser- gott, Orville Rauch. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD Il Row 1: Nancy Mesnik, Dolores Slowik, Charles Dewar, John Graham, Chuck Boysen, Ralph Paarlberg, Joan Dan. ielson, Rosemary Spoerer, Joan Gooden. Row 2: Joyce Larson, Dorothy Ter- rell, Yvonne Higgins, Yvonne Meis, Corinne Martin, Jackie Hart, Betty Phelps, Bob YVaterstraat, Edwin Van Kly, Donald Eytcheson. Row 3: Jeanette Mulder, Eleanor Jor- dan, Gertrude Tichgelaar, Helen Mlilkey, Louise Haviland, Ramona Green, Marie Maplesden, Jean Furth, Nellie Rinkema, Virginia Weber, Dorothy Weber. Row 4: Harriet Jo-Anne Bobb, Emily Marz, Shirley Riddle, Gertrude Vog- ler, Mary Anne Brown, Joanne Mc- Bain, Arletta Lethgow, Alberta Staat, Lena Rush, Joy Huisman, Marian Neilsen. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD V Row l: Gerald Fortin, Robert Siebert, Tom Jackson, Annette Smidt, Joyce Johnson, Jerry Burton, Richard Van Dyke. Row 2: Mary Jean Diebel, Roberto Morales, Robert Fields, Ralph Ball, Armin Evers, Wallace M. Bowlds, Charles Stelleman. Row 3: Edwin Foster, Diane Evans, Kenneth Raak, Marcel Pacatte, Marie Rigoni, Dorothy Stroh, Jean Anderson, Ramona Cook. Row 4: Joe Capriotti, YVayne Nelson, Punky Bydalek, Harry Cornwall, Richard Napier, Robert Henson, James Simon, Lester Peters, Clarence Bodie. Page 85 MISS CHILSON PERIOD V Row l: june Wayner, joan Kay, Mary jane Nix, Bob Newton, Charles Steven Davis, Roger Mitchell, Fred Hartmann, Robert Klein. Row 2: Gloria Partner, Felice jones, Georgia Merritt, Bob Gorz, Ellen Zorker, Mary Kinley, Gwen johnson, Betty Lou Atkinson, Barbara Yates. Row 3: Cal Lalferty, David Vroeginde- wey, Hilvert Manzke, Roland Straube, james Kasalko, john Van Der Aa, Clarence Mocco, Stan Iwin- ski, Carl Van Vuren. MISS NELSON PERIOD I Row l: Marilynne Olsen, Audrey Lively, Robert McCrindle, Raymond Nielsen, Walter Kellen, George Mar- ovich, Suzanne Holmes, Doris Lane. Row 2: Lois Lyons, Connie Baker, Bar- bara Bickley, Shirley Schafer, Vir- ginia Shower, Helen Bargiel, Alma Morgan, Lucy Black. Row 3: Alice Woehrer, Jeanne Now- icke, Joan Koesube, Helen Thomas, Donna Harlowe, Greta Pettersen, Barb Roach, Carol Koester, Betty Roth. Row 4: Roy L. Kramer, Martin Kranz, Buzz Brassfield, Harold Bush, Larry Peterson, Perry Tanner, Allder Dean, Francine Weiss, Marian Norwick, Ruth McGowan. Page 86 MISS NELSON PERIOD III Row l: Roland Maerz, Ralph Curtis, Marvin Heatter, James Wagner, Har. ry Peterson, Stuart Day, Robert Richards. Row 2: Irma Conrad, Walter Meder, Nancy Watson, Bernie Wolinski, Lor- raine De Rossi, Lois Cox, Betty Turngren. Row 3: Bill LaPass, Ralph Dileo, Cloyd Greer, Dolores Stier, Susie Koteff, Barbara Bendle,juanita Law- rence. Row 4: Paul jones, Pete Rynberk, Myron Schultz, Morrie King, Clar- ence Dienema, John Gilmore, Nick Yurasovich, Samuel Dorsey. MISS PEIRCE PERIOD V Row 1: joan Howard, jane Kay Rog- ers, Walter Sypien, Bonnie Abraham, john Ford, Robert Rubendunst, Ida Powlas, Carolyn Roney. Row 2: Agnes Burns, Maryann Eck- stein, Grace Kliefoth, june Koehler, Donna O'Hryn, Edith Horn, Arlene Bischel, Barbara Bartholomew. Row 3: Rosemary Whitcomb, Paul Baptist, Stanley Beckstrom, john Wychoif, Lee Weissfuss, Donald lValz, Art Roecker, David Deruntz. MISS NELSON PERIOD VIII Row l: Kathleen Branam, Heloise Williams, Sabina M. Ferguson, Jeanne Booth, jack Barrowman, Ronald Eugene Allen, Charles Whit- ley, Tom Haney, Louis R. Patkus, Mary johnson, Dolores Bushman. Row 2: james Diebel, Ethel Lee Rudd, Betty Whitted, Shirley Harrell, Ger- ry Heveran, jean Palczak, Pat Kot- rulya, Irene Neal, Barbara Greig, Florence Boswell, Marilyn Hoglund. Row 3: Dorothy Kleyhauer, Roy Lucken, Ed Zmuda, Eddie Walczak, Daniel Dunivan, Art William Neu- mann, Bill Patkus, George Fikrle, james Abbott, Marvin Bell, jack Steedman, Harold Rio. MR. OHLERT PERIOD IV Row l: Barbara Riggs, Joan Figlewski, Marian Vandenberg, Frances Teas, Charles Romer, Phyllis janocha. Row 2: Harriet Burton, Dolores Eip- per, Betty Brandenbrug, Genevieve johnson, Dorothy Hobbs, Betty Zim- merman, Pat Geredimos. Row 3: Dan Hughes, Beverly Payne, Martha Kordewich, Betty Scott, Pris- eilla Alden, Joanne Marks, Rose Banaszak. Row 4: Milton Wordelman, Edwin Ripplinger, james Roberts, Robert Charles, Wilson Reed, Bernard Zi- tek, Floyd johnson, Albert Hender- son. Page 87 MISS SEXAUER PERIOD VI Row 1: Anita Court, Grace Schlagel, Paula Soenksen, Robert Isaac, Mar- jory Wood, Richard Schroeder, Don Wheeldon, Lorraine Steinhauer. Row 2: Barry Hilts, Martha Jo Phil- lips, Marjorie Van Schoc, Jeanne Christian, Dorothy Pajak, Audrey Schaper, Lucille Shaw, Nancy Ross, Myrna Hess. Row 3: Robert J. Thomas, Ruth Firn- haber, Bruce Sublette, Jim Stephen, Robert YViekinson, Thomas Horton, Donna Anderson, Normajune Lint- ner. Ruth Haigh, Marguerite Froe- lich. Page 88 MISS SEXAUER PERIOD I Row I: Josephine LoCicero, Jill Hoff- man. Robert Reed, Jeanne Elmore, Robert Skye, Jan Olson, Elizabeth Grakauskas. Row 2: Robert Snyder, James Frantz, Charles Kramer, LeRoy Taylor, Joe Chaney, James Vogel, Josephine Gofski. Ron' 3: Jean Lindeman, Jackie Reich. Crt. Lois Bewley, Margaret McGrath, Phyllisann Young, Charity Koeper, Marie Eichelberg, Barbara Fleece. Row 4: Ronald Martens, James M. Carr. Jack Payan, Roger Brach, Ver- non De Graff, Bill Elton, Xavier Ro- solowski, Vern Clark, Lowell Frank. MISS SEXAUER PERIOD III Row l: Marietta Yvilliams, Reba Keel- ing. Joyce Wlitzel, Dolores Klein, Nannette Cordt, Lloyd Gardiner, Marie LoCicero, Dolores Massoth. Row 2: Lois Sharkey, Harry Potter, Ronald Seymour, George Vroom, YVayne Smith, Joseph Perry, Glen Hathaway, Bill Spelde, Henry Thies. Row 3: Dale Besterfield, Ron Hurler, Harold Kummelchne, Rosetta Sypult, Julia Carpenter, Dorothy Shonts, Barbara Melkent, Barbara Sitton, Edy IVickersham. How 4: Earl Luchene, Ralph Justice, Glenn Macari, Robert Reynolds, Bill Brutlag, Gilbert Nietfeldt, Wayne Markee, Charles Linklater, Harold Stump. MISS SEXAUER PERIOD VII Row l: Virginia Rowe, Doris Fred- erick, Gloria Tanis, Dale Keating, Ted Pattison, Norma Malo, Florence Lively, Irene Tatgenhorst. Row 2: Antoinette LoCicero, Charlotte, Fredrick, Diane Brown, Barbara E. Bales, Jean Ann Peerbolte, Jennie Fernandez, Irene Szalaj, Arlene Pi- otrowski, Betty Hock, Eva May Durand. Row 3: Bill Brown, John IValker, Steve Danish, Carmon Hand, Glenn Finney, Vlilliam Boede, Glen Bruege man, Jean Jessup, Betty McBride, Pat Bessett. MISS SMITH PERIOD II Row l: Shirley Blakemore, Marilyn Boivin, Carol Lyon, Betty Noel, Eugene Mhrciniak, Norman Meyer, Norman Minas, Gerhardt Kaufmann. Row 2: Mary Ann Batorski, Lillian Steakle, Ava Lou Shutter, Gloria Podgorny, Loretta Mysliwicc, Joseph Markowicz, Ira Cline, Jr., Raymond E. Zadrozny, Frank Basile. Row 3: Albert Harms, James Springer, Lois McClelland, Joanne Nomes, Patricia McGinley, Rosabelle Hill, Elizabeth Fulsang, Dorothy Oltlolf, Laurel Fredman. Row 4: Harry Gunn, Wayne Gurganus, Ellsworth Cole, Arthur Harold Harms, John Prazenka, Bob Kreis, John Marquess, Louis Kusay, Charles Janus, Eugene Huges. SUMMER SCHOOL Row l: Donald Howard, Helen Mc- Nally, Charles Rouse. Robert Rasul, Harry Roberts, Thomas WVoulfe, Joe Jorose. Row 2: Shirley Schmidt, Leona Lange, Irma Anne Gray, Robert Ruder, Irwin Zirkle, Charles McLaren, Bob Kamykowski. Row 3: Mattie Jones, Virginia Paul- auski, Evelyn Rietvelcl, Gerdine De- Gralf, Donna Mae Lotz, Carol Port- wood, Ruth Jewell, Claire Hughes, Evelyn Schoenwald. Row 4: Edward Majkowski Richard Bogdan, Constantine Xenick, Carl VariVuren, Norman Goebel, Gene Masini, Ivilliam IN7ickersham, Bill Pfeifer, Bob Voss. Page 89 SOPHOMORE SENATE Row 1: Gloria Flynn, Roger Sutton, john Bardwick, Carol Vandenberg, Genevieve Wolf, jenny Burdett. Row 2: Joyce VanDrunen, Arthur Graff, Dave Hammer, Dean Nairn, Don Dalenberg, Wayne Benson, Dorothy Rath, Dolores Schuette. Row 3: Marcella Laiferty, Juanita Dascenzi, Edwin Wright, Jack Lund, Allen Johnson, joe Ruegger, Joe Talaga, Rudy Surufka, Connie Pierce, Diane Campbell. - MRS. BENSON PERIOD VI Row 1: Don Phalen, Lorraine Kantzler, Donald Austgen, Richard Petersen, Bill Frederick, Ruthann Calo, Arlene Neering. Row 2: Nola Duasman, Barbara Laue, Carol Becker, Charles Melkent, Rob- ert Groeneveld, Robert Crisman, Mary Lou Edwards, Marilyn Rasmus. Row 3: Betty White, jayette Olsen, Charlotte Zipse, Glenna Kiner, Mari- anne Tanis, Irene Boyens, Mary Bequpre, Olga Halley, Doris Hall. Row 4: Joseph Broderick, jimmy O'Connell, Francis Grzadzinski, Jack Ergo, William Goetzinger, Bob Stephens, Henry Chott, Edward Vogt, Charles Simons. Page 90 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Gloria Swanson, Treasurerg Suzanne Brown, Secretary: Roger Sutton, Pres- identj john Bardwic , Vice President. SOPHOMORE CLA S OFFICERS Carol Vandenberg, Secretary, john Bardwick, President, Ronnie Ferguson, Vice Presidentg Roger Sutton, Treas- urer. po! ing ggkf .X4 Ong With their sophomore year behind them, the class of '49 has high expecta- tions of becoming the best, and most successful junior class in the history of Thornton. They have encountered many prob- lems in the past year but with the assistance and guidance of Mr. Guy Phil- lips, their difliculties faded into the past. The class of '49 seems to agree that "all work and no play makes jack a dull boy," for during the year they found time to participate in many of Thorn- ton's extra-curricular activities. The election of class officers and senators, the sophomore party, held in honor of the football team, and the school dances helped to make the year an enjoyable and memorable one. ' Tomorrow's junior class sees an un- obstructed road looming ahead and will take advantage of signs along the way that read, "Resume Speed." l i MRS. BENSON PERIOD VII Row l: james Sorensen, Eleanor Smith, jean Breyfogle, Judith Maguire, Ed- ward Aldridge, Harold Rietveld, El- don Hershberger, Clifton Hardin, jerry Cardin. Row 2: Nancy Martin, Rosemary Emb- ser, Arlene Paulauski, Lorraine Ber, Bruce Boyd, james Devoy, Willie Monteal Crisler, Emily Locicero, Gloria Flynn, Marcella Flassig, Bar- bara Kranz. Row 3: Johnny Stark, Darlene lVhit- comb, Gloria Cook, Dorothy Rob- bins, Jeanne Hauck, Laurane Tull, Carol Hauck, Rosemary Schmidt, Mary Patterson, Barbara Rauh. Row 4: Arthur Ohlerking, Carl Gui. lotte, Harold Ravesloot, Ted Taylor, Robert Struven, Bib Miley, Tommy Hurson, Marianne Bogan, joyce Schiller, John L. McNabb, ' john Hughes. MISS CHILDS PERIOD II Row l: Lewis Bishop, Mary Ann Town, Donald Brozek, Charles Tanner, james Mann, Victor Panozzo, Patricia Rudolph, James Burks, Jesse Overton. Row 2: Lowell Messmaker, Richard Baer, Gilbert Nagel, Lucinda Brass- lield, Donald Kuech, Bob Trevarthen, Bob Benton, Helen Blackford, Fred- dy Capriotti. Row 31: Claire Bogd, Donna Lloyd, Marla Granger, Dorothy Burdett, Jacqueline Cary, Shelby Spelman, Kathryn Goodwin, Irene Stubbs. joan lVhetstone, Dolores Bukowski, Kath- erine Pawnick. Row 4: Larry McHenry, James Buyer, Tom Cunningham, jack Miller, Le- Roy Mlentz, Raymond Facko, Edward Hon, Charles -Iacobsma, Roy Gall, Ulilliam Brandt. ug- MISS COFFMAN PERIOD ,II Row l: Robert Lucas, Dorothy Lun- dell, Helen Schoppe, john Sharkey, Betty jo Dlges, Fabina Marie Fabbi, Dolores Dodson. Row 2: Dolores Kerr, jean Nygren, Grace Eldridge, jack Rigik, Helen Pikosz, Helen Rose Para, Shirley Swanson. Row 3: Dorothy jackson, Ruth May- erak, Anna Christian, Ruth Elaine Currier, Eleanor Heffner, Catherine Heffner, Marcella Lafferty. Row 4: Audrey Schultz, Charlotte Ehlers, Milton Koppitz, Roger Conant, Marshall Zander, Eugene Costello, John Killian, Robert E. Gore, Catherine Nelson. Page 91 y .- I MISS COFFMAN PERIOD IV Row 1: Edward Lauderback, Clayton LeRoy Cooper, Albert Reese, Mar- jorie Evers, Gloria Ann Burleson, Kenneth Van Houten, julius Frazier, Antoinette Rinella. Row 2: Lorraine Kolojay, Diane Busch, Charleyn Mocco, Nancy Ledford, Wallace Warner, Gale I'Villiams, Ralph Swinehart, Henry C. Van Millgan. Row 3: Mary Ann Panozzo, Bryce Bul- lok, Helen De Rossi, Irene Kavis, june WVoodstrup, Shirley Ruiter, Genevieve YVolf, Lily-Lou Norman, Bernice jones. Row 4: jerry Eytcheson, Charles Kolb, Don Kagy, Richard Bender, Russell Fischer, Gerald Smith, Francis Byt- nar, Kenneth De Vries, Richard Scott, Richard Cosman. MISS CRITES PERIOD V Row 1: Connie Ferrell, Mary Gorence, jo Anne Given, jack Black, John Bardwick, Dean Nairn, William Burch, Richard Condon, Don Dalen- berg. Row 2: Janice Selle, Sally Marlowe, Carol Vandenberg, Patricia jersey, Gwendolyn Erb, Millicent Mentzer, Marie joan Bailey, Teresa Barksdale, Melvin Peebles, Thomas Lorence. Row 3: Betty Opitz, Louise Cole, Patsy Day, Barbara Rudd, Jean Bowen, Mary Plant, Margaret Meriritt, Wil- liam Ohnemus, Kathryn Smith, Georgia Ewing, Gwen MacKenzie. Row 4: Gloria Banse, William Cum- mings, Don Carlson, Joe Roberts, Leon Potrafke, Gayle Merff, Gerald DeVore, joe Meller, Chris Konow, Robert Tuveson, Francis Scully. Page 92 MISS CRITES PERIOD VIII Row l: William Shefler, Barbara Pi- otrowski, Edith Mueller, Barbara Frew, Betty Altgilbers, Doris Sender, , Mary Voiles, Robert Evers, Wilbert Taylor. S Row 2: Dorothy Hooks, Alma Vander Giessen, Romaine Strylowski, Flor- ence Solomone, Elon Ownes, Eliza- beth Sindt, Kathryn Oldham, Louise jones, Harry Bostrom, john Gruszczyk. Row 3: Carlon Schoof, George Boeker, Richard Campbell, Richard Poika, joe Talaga, john Baumgartner, james Roy, Tom Rudin, Paul Trotta, Wil- liam Dial, Chester Baran. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD III Row l: Greta Davis, Susan Ries, Iris Van Zanten, Jerry Nelsen, David Hammer, George Ruhle, Lester Sons, Mildred Visser. Row 2: Wvinifred Olson, Joyce Van Drunen, Joan Clloleva, Suzanne Brown, Jacqueline Nrndt Rita ur . , ' J - kowski, Joan Kerr, Clarene Abney, Irene Abney. Row 3: Delphine Keinigsberg, Myrna Ward, Donna Jean Retelboeter, Lil- lian Gottschalk, Doris Walter, Do- lores Fabrie, Marion Seimer, Carol Burton, Mary-Lou Kollman. Row 4: James Anderson, Jerry Gitles, Ronald Ferguson, Conrad Garity, Bernard Flatt, Morris Jones, Gene Brines, W'illiam Heitmann, Rudolph Surufka, Norman Suranne. MISS FINNELL PERIOD V Row 1: Evelyn Greene, Carole Gile, Anna English, Darwin Anderson, Shirley Weaver, Erlene Hansen, Ger- aldine YVelch. Row 2: Juanita Peterson, Loretta Pi- otrowski, Betty Trkulja, Robert Ben- nett, Fred Dricht, John Hess, Thomas Piette, Carl Ryskamp. Row 3: Adeline Wlesner, Mary Alice Jones, Joan Gnaster, Anna Evelyn Dieckmann, Diane Meeder, Pat Fos- dick, Jeanne Mantz, Barbara Kausal, Marlene Hede. Row 4: Robert Mfillianison, Don Gard. ner, Richard Covey, Les Podgorny, Marvin Wolter, Orville Jones, Ruth Triezenberg, Dolores Diekman, Cor- rine DeWVitt. MRS. GODWIN PERIOD V Row l: Phyllis Stier, Jeanette Szcze- pankiewicz, Barbara Scharnhorst, NVayne Benson, Donald Robertson, John McGowan, Roger Hansen, Nor- man Beasley, Calvin Hoekstra. Row 2: Doris Middleton, Ralph Stroh, Virginia Gnaster, Don Hobbs, Ruth Bakker, Roger Schreiber, Lewis Al- bright, Gene Masini, Arlene Schultz, Patricia Hawes, Annamae Talan. Row 3: Doris Winters, Jean Seruga, Margie Roorda, Arlene Ryd, Edith DeVries, Zenneth Mae Roper, Doro- thea 'Willmer, Dionie Matson, Patsy Waaso, Marilyn Evers. Row 4: Dan Milano, Don Wilson, George Lytle, Gerald Welch, Phil Williams, Kenneth Augustine, Richa ard Rau, Edwin Wright, Lyle But. ton, Robert Sitniewski, Neil Kretzer. Page 93 MR, McCONNELL PERIOD I Row 1: Althea Glover, Fay Ann Freeh, Richard Krueger, Richard Foogdc, Charles Maines, Elizabeth Nora Cash, Antoinette Pivour. Row 2: Richard Livings, Charles Smith, Bob Manifold, John Radanovich, William Denham, Jimmie Culfe, Richard Werner. Row 3: Gerald Cashion, Carol June Crince, Carolyn Monsma, Esther Rob- bins, Joyce White, Betty Baker, Eunice Schnering, Betty Ann Rydell. Row 4: James Morrison, David Pierce, Frank Kaminski, Edward Siemans, Raymond Thoms, Benedict Novak, Matt Insalaco, Walter Gustafson, Creighton Helms. Page 94 MISS KEATING PERIOD III Row l: Shirley O'Neill, Anna Vroom, Robert Asklof, Everett Willman, Richard Kellog, Bob Brandy, james Abbott, Ella Dull. Frances Herman. Row 2: Garth Webster, Mary Rose Blatt, Theresa Logan, Shirley Deverl, Donna Schurman, Lawrence Brown, Carol Bick, Norma Tee Will, Bar- bara Pelley, Geraldine Orgel, Betsy Bollmann. Row 3: Louise Van Pcvenage, Norma IVoods, Ruth Dettmering, Gloria Swanson, Robert Livings, Earle Lan- dry, Jr., Arthur Graff, james Meegan, Frances Zielinski, Helena Wyma, Helen Marie Danish. Row 4: William Odenwald, Warren K. Harding, Bud Kamykowski, Tom Kay, Richard Hull, Peter Ortegel, Dick Poppel, Richard Madsen, Rich- ard Yost, Sam Aiello. MISS KEATING PERIOD VII Row l: Edward Hansen, Donald Jack. son, Charles Stafford, Robert Gilford, John Morris, Kenneth Cook, Enness Arnold. Row 2: Frank Tentuous, Edmond E. Miller, Harold Clark, Anthony Bej- growicz, Bob Rasmussen, Theresa Rossi, Lorraine Heveran, Dorothy Charleston. Row 3: jean Van Drunen, Marilyn Bingham, Louise Fanning, Corinne Duschen, Marian Schroedle, Mary Ungari, Alice Kruse, Genevieve Kozik. Row 4: Gregory Callier, Thatcher Da- vis, Larry Fulgenzi, Kenneth Irwin, Don Swianne, George Egofske, Eug- ene Silberstorf, Victor Mark, Robert Hlinicky. MR. McCONNELL PERIOD II Row l: Agnes Turngren, Anzolette Eipper, Margie Krause, Helen Kor- niszewski, Richard Schellhase, Robert Vagnieres, Donald Dyrhaug, james Foraker. Row 2: Audrey Simer, joan Gibson, Roberta Harty, Nancy Joan IVood, Daniel Dennis, Arliene Cotton, Rob- ert Dolph, Bob Babcock, Phillip Del Nagro. Row 3: Gordon Rae, Hellllulh Twiet- meyer, Patty Nelson, Wayne Sned- den, joan Harris, Barbara Watts, Gwen Kagy, Betty Jane Gietzinger, Gean Buffie, Yvonne De Marche. Row 4: Eleanor Geifert, Charles Haigh, Albert J. Fox, Donald Keeling, Ken- neth Dolle, Mary Lynn Herring, Pa- tricia Hooper, Patricia McFarland, Adeline Anderson, Barbara Palmer, Edwina Hyland. MR. OHLERT PERIOD II Row l: Theresa Boudreau, Dolores Bacon, Norma Parker, Don Abels, Roy Mallstrom, Dick Fortin, Arnold Lundgren. Row 2: Nancy Fadke, Mattie jones, Arlene Hartman, Margot Goley, Eugenia Banasiak, john Denson, Glenn Carlson, Donald Callarman. Row 3: Beverly Eisele, Mary Ann Ely, Geraldine Swanson, Betty Jean Dex- ter, Betty Brosseau, joan jaeschke, Mary Lou McCall, Joyce Walker, Shirley Grant. Row 4: Bruce Dahl, Henry Currier, Fred Moore, Alfred Crawford, Verne Caproni, William O'Connor, Richard Zohler, Mitzi Veleta, Dolores Schuet- te, Dorothy Roth. MISS PEIRCE PERIOD I Row l. Ronald Kickert, George Frer. ichs, Mary Illoulfe, Edith Jasinski, Bessie Kellogg, Robert Scheifers, Clarence Welter. Row 2: Sally Slack, Anne Kelly, Wil- liam Gunn, Richard Dean, Diane Porter, Caroline Schilb, Joie Gou. wens, Betty Klein. Row 3: Mary Louise Finout, Grace Napoli, Darlene Harris, Georgia Propper, Reta Haldorson, Shirley Oedzes, Georgeann Vlies, Rita Stan- czik, Geraldine Cogswell. Row 4: Ellis Flaws, George Gunkle, Richard Scott, Charles L. Stavros, Marvin Raday, Walter Pranke, john Alden, Ray Kickert, Kenneth Mos- sell, Ivayne Delnema. Page 95 MISS PEIRCE PERIOD VIII Row l: Therese Katarzjuski, Marilyn Hayden, Lorry Denton, joseph Mor- ton, Warren Vanalsburg, Ernest La- tham, Allie Rutherford, Mary jean Diebel. Row 2: Donald Blakemore. James Hon, Bill Young, Rose Novak, Helen Jurek, Betty Ely, Shirley Hurtt. Row 3: Betty Holden, Rita Henkes, Doris DeVos, Elizabeth Bielecki, Bet- ty DeGroot, Polly Cook, Juanita Dascenz, Charlotte Mae Behrndt. Row 4: Theodore Benacka, Willard Nicholson, Louis Zelek, Tom Malia, Edwin Goniakowski, Charles Schwen- ke, Rudolph Cunnigan, Merle Stof- ferahn, William WVelch. MISS RUSSELL PERIOD IV Row 1: Vella Mae Scott, Helen Wolfe, Jack Buchl, john Moss, Burton Pill- nik, Dorothy Mlalter, John Sad- zewicz. Row 2: Thelma Van Deraa, Sylvia YVesolowski, Stella Maiszak, Arthur Prochaska, Clifford Beck, Robert Kraefet, Howard Boone, Clarence Zulfer. Row 3: Bert Leamon, Stanley Tent- nowsk, Verlyn ja Baay, Barbara Hon, Imelda Celebucki, james Wetmore, Harold Keuch, Mack Bleavins. Row 4: jack Lund, Donald Frederick, Edwin Labuda, Chester Malcc, Donn Blekfeld, Carl Koch, Richard Leh- nen, Ray Shonts, Clyde Blair. Page 96 MISS RUSSELL PERIOD VII Row l: Marion E. Dright, Betty Lou, Cannon, Bill Andrianos, Fred Coul- ombe, Paul Schmehl, Bob Griffith, Ernest Smith, Marilyn Beaupre. Row 2: Inez Sanders. Luida Koustik, jo Ann Forg, Shirley Mae Lorenz, Eileen Greig, jerry Fioretti, Ed Hasier, Kenneth Baumgartner, Rich- ard Livengood. Row 3: Sally Czeysek, Gloria Houston, Pat Heck, Pat Tolen, Adele Filliung, Louana Lange, Cherie Edwards, Mary Pochos, Dorothy Neal, Joan Myers. Row 4: Robert Hess, Ralph Nelson, Dennis Yvelch, Mervin Buck, Lorry Larson, Ivan DeGraff, Robert Flick- inger, Thomas Bryson, Edward Lytle, Thomas james Fish, Roy jackson. MISS SMITH PERIOD VIII Row l: Jean Clauson, Adele Haines, joan Strawbridge, Susanne Soenksen, Lorn Hlade Bakhus, Gloria Hay- hurst, Diane Campbell, Velma Swadener. Row 2: Norma Lee, jean Kingston, Marlon Schoof, Doris Adams, Ro- berta Malito, Allen Johnson, jelfer- son Day, jimmy Fenwick. Row 3: Marion Stolarz, Barbara Crue- ter, Ima jean B. Sweeney, Francis Colebourn, Myrna Sperry, Lorraine Tychewicz, Barbara Schisewski, Caro- lyn Fleece, Margaret Ferguson. Row 4: Don Potter, Ted DeYoung, Joanne St. Aubin, George M. Ker- anen, Bill Munro, Phil Rietveld, Tom Mullender, Edward Dickelman, Barbara Miller, Adela Swenson. MISS RUSSELL PERIOD VIII Row 1: Roy Smith, Harry Lash, Neola Schnurlein, Theresa Hawrusop, Ken- neth Koehn, William Fadke, james Charleston. Row 2: Roy George Nelson, Edward Hurington, joseph Nalewaj, Wayne Bruin, Daniel Schroedle, Kenneth Gerdes, Richard Mango, Donald Krantz. Row 3: Henry Mackiewicz, Charles Hlagner, Harold M. Gouwens, Wil. liam Limond, Steve jamicich, Rich- ard Egehrecht, Charles Snyder, Rob- ert Van Corp. MISS SMITH PERIOD IV Row 1: Harold Luelleman, james Zirkle, Ronald Boudreau, Irene Ma- zur, Norman Massick, Leonard Van Noort, Norman Van Wienen, Warn- da Austin, Walter Wrobel. Raw 2: Robbie jean Vaughn, Alberta Macks, Theresa Cisek, Jo Ann Welch, Betty Nichols, Marilyn Vanderae, Loretta Steakle, june Burns, Alice Pfeifer, Angelo Marcheschi. Row 3: joseph Mack, Leola Lentz, Faye Loris Needles, Esther Federow- ski, Larry Kendall, joe Ruegger, Nancy Zerse, john Longawa, jerry Worth, Albert Currier, Gisebert Van Baren. Page 97 Nr 9 , Q4 I x 9 U n 1 Xxx T03 x EVA :fe EL y roi 3' . 4 , sf u g, ,i 1 N X 4 x 5 f P X' if I 'D Q 5.43 it MRS. BENSON PERIOD II Row 1: Gerdean Steele, Betty Melnyk, Dominic Bogdanowicz, Gordon Veld, joseph Holly, Eleanor Banks, Vonda Wolf. Row 2: George D. Eckwall, james Smith, Loretta Madsen, Thomas Tri- umph, Leonard Hannagan, Joyce Creps, Rita Terkelsen, Beverly Obey. Row 3: Katherine Kleinfelder, Norma Jean Passmore, Charlotte Stepek, jean O'Kruta, jean Degroot, jean Christianson, Marion Sue Heron, jane White. Row 4: Richard Young, Willard Has- kell, Bob Haddon, Donald Smith, Haskell Froedge, Thomas Clark, Robert Burns, Robert Vollbrecht. Clair Ehahradt. Page 98 Aff ,460m!.f In spite of the remarks made by up- perclassmen in regard to "freshies," and the tricks played on these new arrivals during the first few days of school, sopho- mores, juniors, and even seniors find that freshmen are a very essential part of Thornton. Having been freshmen once themselves, they sympathize with the newcomers' struggles, and can also realize that the freshmen are having fun in their new surroundings. When the students in the Freshmen class receive their diplomas in 1950, many of them will look back at their first year at Thornton and be thankful for the guidance and help given them by ,Dr. C. R. Maddox, freshman class principal. The election of freshman class officers is not held until the second semester in order that all grades may be compiled and eligibility may be determined. As the end of the year approaches, the class of "50" realizes that they have fought a courageous battle and have come out victorious. They are ready to become sophomores. SR, I avg I ,rf I 'ilxlsf , . O l y ke? ll , Cs -53 F 2, lllll all MRS. BENSON PERIOD V Row 1: Barbara Steinko, Carol Ross- ing, Nancy Clarke, Maurice Fred- erick, Harry Gouwens, Robert Stev- ens, Arlene Elbers, Arlene Dahlman. Row 2: Norman Pacyga, Marilyn Tienstra, Fred Zuroske. Glenn Price, Norman Austgen, Edwin McGowan, Dolores Wilson, Velora Meyer, Mari- lyn Paarlberg. Row 3: Dorothy Swanson, Jacqueline Gravelle, Doreen Dandurand, De- loris Markus, Regina Kehoe, Eliza- beth Boarchuk, Patricia Larsen, Clara Smaron, Betty Kissey. Row 4: Donald Esker, Joseph Smuts, Alexander Weaver, Harold Olthoff, James Ivard. Elmer Schaefer, Roy Litten. Jack Huish, Donald Mech, Ronald Bestow, Farrell Kirkpatrick. MISS COFFMAN PERIOD I Row l: Agatha Herman, Patricia Marsh, Arlene Allen, Harriet Stat- ton, Leroy Boothe, Anita Conrad, Mary Sweet, Nannette Mlilkes. Row 2: Edwin Fleischer, Vllilliam Fran- cis Shaw, Ernest Lenke. Pearl Gail XVagner, Lee Roy Bettenhausen, Jo- ann McGaughey, James Meenan, Theodore Jenkins, Raymond Jur- kowski. Row 3: Joan Rose, Mary Ruth Duschen, Marie Glaser, Barbara Bartolo, Joann Parzygnot. Gloria Vidimos, Mary Frances Zahler, Mary Ann Williams. Row 4: Glenn Cogswell, Jim Phalem, Ross Morrill. Eugene Schmehl, Her- bert Paul Meisner, Gerald A. Smith, Harold Porte. Stanley Czech, Rich- ard Burks. MISS COFFMAN PERIOD VIII Row l: Jeanne Rockrohn, Doris Pick- rell, Buddy Elmore, Ralph W. Kind- ley, Joan B. Wassner, Marilyn Eip- per. Anita Marquardt, Gerald Umland. Row 2: James Jesk, Burton Gardiner, Lee Holland, Lowell Little, Margaret Ivraight, Barbara Peterson, Norma Pettersen, Gaylene Wiseman, Joan Altherr. Row 3: Marie Spelde, Eileen Morten- sen. Nancy Bonnema, Barbara Had- hazy. Martha Pierce, Mary Charlene Iklallace, Carol Soenksen, Barbara Jean Miller, Edna Joyce Dean. Row 4: Gerald Bell. Gilbert DeVries, Randall Harbuck, Robert Van Evra, Lee Roy McGehee. James Barker, Larry Gresens, Donald Marshall, Jer- ry Caress. Page 99 MISS CRITES PERIOD Il Row 1: Caroline Stevens, Kathleen Car- roll, Shirley Kuckta, Vivian Coates, Mary Smith, Tommy Weis, Joseph W. Gunska, Antoinette Polizzi. Row 2: Mary Steedman, Jimmie Mae Kenner, Beatriz Heinrich, Dorothy Hoskins, Edward Chochrek, Shirley White, Marjorie Hedger, Marlene Carlson, Pauline Haddon, Maletta Sommer. Row 3: Jennie DeKoster, Frank Bodza, Joseph Wojciechowski, Jim Peat, Anthony Veppi, Lon Holy, Eugene Schmidt, Harry Turnbert, Dale O'Connor, Betty T-Topman. MISS CRITES PERIOD VII Row 1: Betty Mech, Mary Jo W'ilson, Edith Yanson, Mary Ann Hunter, Ellen Peters, Shirley Boswell, Robert Blomlie, Tom Brown, Robert Pierce. Row 2: Chuck Olson, Elaine Senesac, Delores G. Moore, Carter Harrison, Dave Nelson, Pat Cummings, Leon- ard Schilb, Ronald Brush, David Austin. Row 3: Virginia Maas, W'illiam J. Van- Dyck, Jr., Milton Rietveld, Lee Baker, Doris Albert, Marilyn Clark, Phyllis Mudryk, Patsy Monroe, Jean Segneri, Barbara Chapman. Row 4: Lois Johnson, Clara Hillyer, Joan Worcester, Carol Wright, James Snow, Charles Harmke, Jim Maples- den, John Lacey, Jerry Rowe, Jimmy Rooney, Edmund Gurzynski. Page 1 00 MRS. GODWIN PERIOD VI Row 1: Shirley Billadeau, Oralee Boch- mann, Hersey Griflin, Harriet Har- ris, William J. Campbell, Robert Snuckel, Theodore Huizenga, Ken- neth Sisk. Row 2: Charlotte Rockrohr, Faith Hal- lowell, Donna Jones, Virginia Woj- cieckowski, Betty Brown, Dorothy Krueger, Charles Quinn, Robert Lis. ter, Edwin Kowalski, Chester Czaj- kowski. Row 3: Dale Elton, Daniel Bachara, Richard J. Swiatek, Melvin Pawlou- ski, Russell L. Reich, Jr., David Miller, Henry C. Zych, Nick D-ileo, Howard Bcrghund, Charles Tomky. 'T MISS KEATING PERIOD I Row l: Arlene Stege, June Kitchen, Theodore Lindley, Erwin Kuh. Al- fred Sorensen, james Lawrence, Ted Morton. Row 2: Leslie Bobb, George Abbott, John Perry, Frank Wozniak, Rose Marie Williams, Jaden Robinson, Betty Anderson, Mary Ann Zellinska. Row 3: Daniel Preston, Bob Bergstrom, Ray Johnson, Violet Van, Marion Petrey, Thelma Smith, Altha Bridges, GcorgeAnn Davis. Row 4: Richard Evans. Daniel Banks, Raymond Lash, Arthur Egebrecht, Donald Grinstead, Harry Bernhard, Herbert Krueger, Mlilliam Long, Herman Pearson, George Dorsey. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD I Row l: Maureen Adams, Glenna Lang- ley, Marie Benson, George Perry, Roger Boothe, Joseph Albert, Shir- ley Stolferahn, Darlene Yvard, The- resa Zysk. Row 2: Dolores Baer, Betty Zerse, jaris Guild, Marion Bruyn, Norma jean McCu1len, Barbara Belmore, Oma jean Learn. Row 3: Betty Zevenhouse, Dorothy Reed, Elizabeth Kolb, Marilyn Kill- mer, Lois Lee, Leatrice Caquelin, Marion Kowalk, Roberta Willing. Row 4: Norman Sorenson, Roger Gou- wens, Ronald Lang, Betty Finney, Donald Murphy, Laurel Swanson, Sam Hart, Elmer Kozora,John Brady. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD VI Row 1: Nancy Stafford, Louise Sobolew- ski, joann Matthews, Carolyn Mc- Nally, Dick Martin, William Court. ney, Cora jane Ver Meulen, Sandra Schmidt, Marilyn Lange. Row 2: Doris De Young, jean Paarl- berg, Connie Uniewski, Patsy Jami- son, joan Masini, Allen Dolph, Carl Jacobitz, Gerald Vrshek, Arthur Caskey, jr., Eric Ohrwall, Leonard Howell. Row 3: Lois Henschmann, Mildred james, Carol Nichols, La Verne Na- gel, Barbara Czarniecki, Joyce Stamper, Linda Choate, Nancy Foog- de, Laura Chesi, Chloeann Hallam, Marilyn Goetz, James Harms. Page 1 01 MR. MCCONNELL PERIOD IV Row l: Laverne Charleston. Pat Badali, Betty Stahr, Dolores W. Moore, Ron- ald Evers, I'Villiam Koehler, Mar- garet VVatts, Charlotte Burrows, James Doll. Row 2: Elsie Parenti, Carol Macaluso, Joy Eisele, Joan Ostrowski, Fred Da- vis. Peter Vander Giessen, Jim Ge- rodimos, George Xenick, Richard Gray, Robert Johnson. Row 3: Phyllis Massick, Gordon R. Olinger, Vivian Tanis, Delores Ann Smits, Joyce Hodgson, Carol Hutton, Charlotte Stonestreet, Dorothy De Koker, Doris Jean Abner, Lou Ellen Kummelehne. Row 4: Paul A. Ladislas. Bob Morris, Bob Kinsella, Sam Brunner, Rich Herrmann, Stanley J. Pacyga, Caro. lyn Anderson. Norma Lohrbach, Gene Placek, Elizabeth Lu Norton, Mae Jean Kroll. Page I 02 MISS KEATING PERIOD VI Row l: Betty Jane Schimmel, So- phronia Carpenter, Barbara Franz, Charles Becker, Jack Cravens, June Wiedenhoft, Caryl Ladwig, Anna- belle Perry. Row 2: Marjorie Barrett, Rosalyne Cook, Josephine Chmielewski, Betty Fite, Frank Seput, Walter Gavel, Lawrence Calihm, Gordon Mfurm- nest, Howard Minot. Row 3: Cornelius Smith, Bernard Da- vis, Robert Abbott, Harry Bracken- bury, James B. Brown, Robert Peter- son, Bruce Harrison, George Hager, Phyllis Peterson, LaVerne Mfinker. MISS KEATING PERIOD VIII Row l: Ruth Moore, Jeanette Schlegel, William Klemm, Ronald Fischer, John Mattox, Victor Both, Charles Gatewood. Row 2: Ruth Ravesloot, Lucille Czyl, Ruth Ribando, Edward Latham, Alex Celebuski, Floyd Cantrell, John Ladwig, Robert Turnbull. Row 3: Mardene Mackey, Bonnie Mar- low, Carol Blakemore, Joann Fillu- ing, Jean Prim, Marion Carlson, Ivilma Castine, Loretta Lach, Gloria Dankert. Row 4: Fred Schumacher, Glenn Retz- laff, Paul Jankowski, LeRoy Brugge- man, Ernest Zlpsen, Joe Belsante, Robert Robinson, Raymond Gor- czynski, Mlayne Landry. MR. McCONNELL PERIOD VII Row l: Walter Bolden, Christine Fan- ning, Grace Vandervall, Nick Grba, William Cheeseman, Kenneth Kunza, Gally M. Stewart. Row 2: Sam Maranto, Jack Racque, Donald Wilhoit, Bill Newhart, Ray- mond Ravesloot, Allen Ford, Eugene Emerson. Row 3: Phyllis Reich, Betty jean Hughes, Loretta Bayer, Rita Seniw, Leslie White, Frances Kucaj, Joan Lombardo. Row 4: Mike Artym, Ronald Fruehling, George Hintsch, Edwin Buller, Rich- ard Hendricks, Emil Horak, Wayne Burton, Richard Douma, Shirley MacHerman. MISS CHILSON PERIOD VIII Row 1: Henry Strosinski. Warren Le- mieux, Carol Marek, Margaret W'er- ling, Marie Janssen. Heinz Kauf- mann, Richard Bennett, Chris Rigoni. Row 2: Shirley Anne Luebke, Frances Romanik, Joan Slusser, Teddy Mos- kalik, Edward Hradek, Walter Brzos- ka, Ray Kramer, Ronald Lyon, John Swisher, Robert Kramer. Row 3: Marjorie Kleyhauer. Ona Kay McKenzie, Lorraine Mossell, Barbara Hodges, Lorraine Ferkon, Barbara Anderson, Nancy Levens, Shirley Brault, Lois jean Hollstern, Ivayne Ramsey. Row 4: Ronald Winston, Earl Greer, Charles Winston, Marilyn Hall, Ken- rad Welson, Richard Killmer, Paul Mans, Loren Trepanier, Neil Padgett, Robert Zimny, Peggy Little, MR. OHLERT PERIOD III Row l: Loretta Zimmerman, Anna Lot- tino, William Stange, Tom Dyano- vich, Homer Bowen, jim Harper, Donald Cox, Robbie Nell Boyd. Row 2: Roger Waaso, Kenneth Gran- ath, Henry Kosters, james Boswell, David Evely, Harry Kot, Bill Lotz, Mary Ann Gierszewski. Row 3: Betty jo Vaughn, Erwin Zipse, Donald Woolslair, Gerald Bendle, joan Piotrowski, Joyce Martin, Do- lores Nietfeldt, Marilyn Meyer, joan McGinley, Ennna jean Fulsang. Row 4: Marcella Kniaz, Gertrude Zeil- erga, Connie Tehnen, Marian Fin. chum, Vivian Stanlield, Sally Ellis, june Samuels, Leana Kostyrba, Bar- bara Clark, Marilyn Richmond. Page 1 03 MISS PEIRCE PERIOD IV Row 1: Marion Coyner, Richard L. Hiatt, james Howell, joan Gray, Beatrice Kentish, Dorothy Bunch, Sidney Smith, Ronald Bullor. Row 2: Edward Fetcho, Sam Mangano, Ronald Green, Marilyn Rietveld, Francis Wolfe, Bob Barnhill, Charles Schmied, james Gardiner, LeRoy Turngren. Row 3: Dorothy Sutton, joan Rogers, Bernardine Varszalek, Bernardine Dryja, Annamay Kaufmann, June Poddig, joan Martens, Ruthie Van Ort, Dolores Meyer. Row 4: W'alter Elbers, Charles Cima, Carl Baker, Michael Poulos, Bill Mitchell, Charles Peterson, Bob Mil- ler, Tommie McGowan, Keith Mul- der, Fred Lohndorf. MISS PEIRCE PERIOD VII Row l: Grace Hartheld, Norma MCA Artor, Connie Brasel, Richard Fit- schen, Roy Cole, joan Evans, Bar- bara Beisner. Row 2: Phyllis Hansen, Florence Ty- cheuicz, Iva Jorsch, Patricia Arvia, Clara Stojak, Robert Vaul, Arvin Stege, joseph Heveran. Row 3: Harold Meeks,Jeannette Lamb, Bertha Munro, Irene Zenere, Mar- garet Reagan, Dolores Hammond, Helen Spytka. Doris King. Row 4: john Wlagner, Richard Bush, Jack Bechtel, Rocco Anastosio, Charles Prentiss, Bill Voss, Robert Conwell, Edmund Pakosz. Page I 04 MISS RUSSELL PERIOD Ill Row l: Robert Crenshaw, Joseph Szczepankiewicz, Edwina Fortin, Alan King, Carmela Martino, Henry Heil, Shirley Russell. Row 2: Richard McKinzie, james Smith, Harry Abraham, Jimmy As- born, Jack Ahlstedt, Donald Rada, Eleanore Pacyga. Raw 3: Adeline Zodrozny, Harold liruggeman, Carl Brockman, Sam Tornabene, Nancy Boone, Jean Ann Beltman, Dora Ruth Frazier, Marie Grifhn. Row 4: Billy Flynt, Theodore Schaafs. ma. Donald Johnson. Carl Segneri, Teddy Nelson, Edward Ficek, Linda Lou Swansey, Clara Palmer, Gloria Couillard. MR. UMBAUGH PERIOD I Row l: Caroline Hay, Bonnie Helfrich, Frank Legas, Kenneth Pearson, Rich- ard Boudreau, Jeanne Frew, Jean Noethling, Arthur Frederick. Row 2: Anna Mae Pachter, Robert Baptist, Kenneth Moffatt, Robert T. Achor, John Peters, Jack Tinberg, Jamie Wilkes, George Rifakes, Louis Warren. Row 3: Carol Selle, Paula Koeper, Ellen Grant, Marlene Berles, Jean Craig, Irene Hand, Barbara Brown, Do- lores J. Pajor, Janet Gronwall, Nancy Fife. Row 4: Wanda Lupe Mason, Bob Swieringa, Fred Bartlit, Alfred Heron, Robert Nilles, Frank Horton, Mark Foster, David K. Miller, Allan Bostwick, Vernon Volbrecht, Norman Cole. MISS SMITH PERIOD III Row l: Marcia Bloomer, Doris Stevens, Jean Williams, Hazel Brady, Lois Malone, Jack Reith, Betty McGowan, Jean Hollingsworth, Marian DeGraff. Row 2: Ann Davis, Viola Steinhauer, Doris Landers, Florence King, Veron- ica Deruntz, Mary Ellen Kruse, James Burke, Louis Wietzycki, Frank Spo- lar, Walter Paulsen. Row 3: Richard Erker, Reuben R. Steele, Helen Lucas, Marjorie Wilder, Mary Jane Kuratkowski, Justine Rowe, Sylvia Rzepa, Gloria Swanson, Lorraine Jessup, Marilyn Moore. MISS SMITH PERIOD V Row l: Thayer Brooks, Evelyn Robin- son, Mary Glover, Charles Belz, Ed- ward Haack, Frances Maciejewski, Joe Ursitti. Row 2: Joseph Biezo, Steve Piazza, Charles Bernard Brity, Vlfillis Bram- staedt, Floyd Fosnaugh, Martha Mul- lin, Richard Covert, William Maple, Joseph Onak, Row 3: Carl Brandon, Gertrude Bar- giel, Joan Motzer, Peggy Hill, Ger- aldine Dejanovich, Virginia Rich, Gertrude McChristian, Connie Tay- lor, Laura Ellen Goodwine. Row 4: George Dussault, Joe Hennessy, Russell E. Langenderfer, Calvin Cogswell, John Monroe, Harry Rugis, Bill Hopper, Peter Gaich, James Adam. Page 105 11 Qu ,N kj - fx by of if f ky v4 X MQ-N 'OX l 1,15 1' U lf. I, NV 0584 UQQA OMXALUDLHUJUIYJ, ffqwffllw 'L"gwg Qi, A NxL,,i-53v'2 i.T?'gi,ULg, J, 1,111 N fi i l l. 'bfi' 'tha Jf.. I ' , 5W5iYfL,J A A 'I MZ Page 108 PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Row 1: Mrs. H. Potrafke, First Vice President, Mrs. L. V. Eipper, Dr. XV. E. McVey, Dr. C. R. Maddox, Mrs. M. M. Backus, Mrs. G. Kiner. Row 2: Mrs. A. G. Vanderlee, Mrs. J. H. Frantz, Mrs. M. C. VanderKloot, P7'6Sld87lf,' Mrs. G. A. McNally, Mrs. H. L. Austgen, Mrs. L. Gardiner. f Q , f . ..' I ...,.. ...L v D IRIX ,al . z4,vl'1.'M -- an ,,.-.. Delours are roundabout ways lo reach a goal, but to us they are direct channels fo pleasure and companionship. arenf-.Zucker rifiociafion "Intelligent guidance of the youth is the key to the future power of the Nation." This was the timely theme of the Parent-Teachers Asso- ciation for the year 1946-1947. A varied program consisting of out- standing speakers, movies, and con- certs, carried out the theme in the meetings held the fourth Tuesday of each month. After the general business of the month was discussed, a musical en- tertainment of various forms pre- ceded a speech or panel discussion. Refreshments were served in the cafeteria at the close of the meet- ings, and the parents and teachers spent the remainder of the evening talking over problems concerning their children and students. The Association provides for six major groups of activities each year which are: general welfare, member- ships, publicity, parent education, program planning, and student aid. The latter provides the needy stu- dents with the opportunity to earn money for expenses such as lunches and books. The 'fNight Club" was the great- est financial undertaking of the year. It presented all the gaiety which ac- companies a real night club. This efficient organization has been of great value in providing a perma- nent link between parent, teacher, and student. unior mc! C0066 The junior Red Cross is justifiably proud of its record at Thornton. With all the good will of a typical Red Cross worker, each has done his share in suc- cessfully carrying out the program for the year. The Junior Red Cross has collected articles for gift packages for men and children overseas, and has sent reconditioned toys to children at Christ- mas time. Having completed its third year at Thornton, this organization may look back upon its past accomplishments and feel that it has done its part toward helping others in a troubled world. K. I. P. OFFICERS K. I. P. BOARD n Row I: Chuck Gentry, Second Vice Row 1: Ray Olsen, Chuck Gentry, Curt Hanes, Mary Lou President, Curt Hanes, Presidentg Porter, john Lundmark. M317 I-'Ou Porter, Seffemry' Row 2: Diane Porter, Norma Apel, Louise Brown, joe Row 2: Joe Roberts, Sergeant-at-Arms, Ray Olsen, Treasurer, John Lund- mark, First Vice President. Roberts, joe Youngblood, Bonnie Abraham, La Vonne Brown, Bonnie Seidel, Betty YVright. J5.9l9 "Knowledge Is Power" is the motto of the energy-filled students who run the machinery of the student government. The KIP has been one of the spark plugs of the South Suburban Conference and has actively participated in the Chicago Youth Conference andthe Illinois Asso- ciation of Student Councils. Activities of the KIP conduct committee suggest the spirit that has prevailed in the stu- dent council throughout the year. The KIP is interested not only in con- duct and government, but in recreational pursuits. Among the activities sponsored by this organization is the annual KIP dance. The conduct committee has held assemblies and given skits in an effort to improve the conduct of the students. They have been rewarded for their attempts by a noticeable improvement in student behavior. They have sold tickets to the football games and have helped solve the endless problems that confront the KIP during the year. The board, the forum, and the conduct committee de- serve a round of applause for the grand work they have done for Thornton. K. I. P. CONDUCT COMMITTEE Row 1: Priscilla Hirsch, Carol Vendenberg, Ruth Treen, Susanne Soenksen, jean Lave, Joann Brownlee, Evelyn Odor, Barbara Palmer. Row 2: Dorothy McNeil, Pat Gerodimos, Robert Baptist, Gene Swanson, Ed Perkins, Chuck Romer, Bonnie Abraham, joan Gooden. K. I. P. FORUM Row l: Joann Brownlee, Mary Lou Porter, Bonnie Seidel, Ruthann Calo, Elizabeth Lu Norton, Ruth Treen, Lor- raine Vanderwall. Row 2: Phillip Delnagro, Adeline Wesner, Tom Lorence. Joe Roberts, Glenna Kiner, Gloria Swanson, Suzanne Brown, Shirley Devert, Marilyn Smith. Row 3: Richard Schroeder, Shirley Riddle, Martha Oehler, LaVonne Brown, Donald Eytcheson, Tom Devoy, Wayne Burton, Milo Backus, Bonnie Abraham, Donald Keeling. Chris Rigoni. Row 4: Tommie McGowan, Roger Mitchell, Jack Payan, Roy Dan Cole, Dean Nairn, Chuck Boysen, Tom jack- son, Chuck Gentry, Neil Padgett, Ira Cline. 3' 00,9 .' . . D 1 -1' V yi WX ' s '-we ' LA 'E iff! The Girls Club was organized by Miss Frances Gordon in January, 1916. At first the purpose was purely social. Al- though it is still on the social side, it is now largely responsible for much wel- fare work. The six major officers, with the help of the Dean of Girls, direct the many activities of the club. The president and the vice-president are elected from the minor oflicersg the secretary and treas- urer from the Board of Controlg the Page 110 GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS Row l: Betty Anderson, Secretaryg Carmella Firetto, Presidentg Marian Vandenberg, Vice President. Row 2: Shirley Day, Treasurerg Marian Parks, Speaker of Divisiong Phyllis Bennot, Speaker of Council. CM Speaker of the Council from the Coun- cilg the Speaker of Division Chairmen from the Division Chairmen. Numerous parties are given through- out the year. Some of these are: the Faculty Tea, the Freshman Standup, the Dad-Daughter Dinner, and the Mother- Daughter Eve, which ends the long ten- sion of who is to be chosen May Queen. Old and new members pledge their loyalty by an inspiring candlelight serv- ice on Loyalty Day. X . -.ix X limi iasi Wi z. ,vxLj5.::,s,, litlm A 1' 1 X - , . , , , ' -Q , X V 1 a KIX 'c ,V .M , 'M . if N N ly 1 UL ,l If ' .v WHY' J Q , .1-,E er 5,74 - 1 ' J - .I ' Special honors are given to girls on Scholarship Day who have earned all "A's" in four solids and have satisfac- tory citizenship ratings. After a girl has attained seven semesters of such a rec- ord, her name is engraved on the scholar- ship cup. The purpose of the Board is to transact business and to promote the activities of the club. It consists of six seniors, five juniors, four sophomores, and three freshmen. On the second and fourth Sundays of each month, a group of girls visits the Home for Incurables. These girls do their best to bring happiness to the patients. Other Welfare activities include the collections for infantile paralysis, cancer, and the Red Cross at the local theaters. These activities and many others help to make Thornton girls all that they pledge. Last Spring the Girls Club organized a Pen Friends club. It consists of Thorn- ton students who correspond with stu- dents in both England and Scotland. Meetings are held where students may exchange their ideas. JUNIOR WELFARE COMMITTEE Row 1: Greta Pettersen, joan Gooden, Shirley Schmidt, Phyl- lis Janocha, Gloria Podgorny. Row 2: Normajune Lintner, Edith Horn, Marie Eichelberg, Betty Henry, jackie Furth, Marie Maplesden. Row 3: Marie Rigoni, Ruth Haigh, Martha Oehler, Doro- thy Pajak, Jean Furth, Mari- anne Laramie, Betty Scott, Vir- ginia Peiguss. SENIOR VVELFARE COMMITTEE Row l: Carmella Firetto, Ger. aldine Ring, Bette Rahn, jean Lave. Row 2: Betty Wright, Joan Hen- nigar, Marge Buyer, Phyllis Couwenhoven, Joan Ericzon, Carol Zornig. Row 3: Betty Flynn, Mary Lou Porter, Lois Toole, Gretchen Phab, Mary Besant, Bobbette Anderson. 1 GIRLS CLUB BOARD Rozu I: Marian Parks. Marian Vandenberg, Carmella lfirctto. Betty Anderson, Phyllis Bennot. Row 2: Virginia Xveber, Louise Brown, Suzanne Brown. La- Vonne Brown, Lorraine Pajak. Row 3: jean Furth,Virginia Maas, Carolyn Breeden, Elva Dalen- berg, Irene Ramsay, Mary Ann Hunter. 5 1 Page I 1 1 U 0 0 5 X O04 veto Yi gr? 4 99 Q ff- Il Page I 12 White HT" pins are earned by fresh- man girls and purple "T" pins by sopho- more girls. However, if a girl from the upperclass has failed to earn either of them in her respective years, she is able to do so later. The purpose of the Council is to dis- cuss matters of the general welfare of Kolb. Margaret Merrit. Lois Berg, Mary Ann Eckstein. Bennot, Lois Haines, Joyce Dodge. Marie Maplesden. HOUSE COMMITTEE aldine DeGraif, Yvonne Haines, Horn, Gretta Pettersen. Elsie Yadron, Veronica McGrath, I ryn Smith, Dolores Pajor, Marie D. J pagnoni. the club. It does not vote, but presents its problems to the Board for the final decision. One girl is elected to represent her homeroom. The requirements for a minor ofhce are as follows: a girl must have earned her white pin in her freshman year and her purple "TH pin in her sopho- FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE COUNCIL Row 1: Ruth Bakker, Janet Gronwall, Linda Lou Swansey, Ellen Grant, Betty Mech, Joie Gouwens. Row 2: Carol Vandenberg, Ruthann Calo, Darlene Harris, Geraldine Cogswell, Eliza- beth Lu Norton, Linda Choate, Carol Marek, Elsie Parenti. Row 3: Jean Kingston, Diane Porter, Jinny Burdett, Shelby Spelman, Mary Plant, Susanne Soenksen, Judith Maguire, Carol Bick, Gwendolyn Erb, Gwen Kogy, Sylvia IVesolowski, Shirley Billadeau, Elizabeth JUNIOR AND SENIOR COUNCIL Row 1: Joan Gooden, Marrianne Laramie, Helen Van Laningham, Joann Brownlee, Row 2: Lois Kruger, Phyllis Couwenhoven, Shirley Jackson, Ramona Heffren, Phyllis Row 3: Billie Claus, Muriel Beckman, Marian Vandenberg, Marjory Wood, Vir- ginia Peiguss, Marion Parks, Genevieve Johnson, Geraldine Ring, Betty Flynn, Row l: Nancy Fife, Suzanne Brown. Ger- Edith Ronw 2: Iris Van Zanten, Shirley Fenwick, Marie Rigoni, Nancy Watson, Audrey Schaper, Lorraine Vanderwall, Frances Kortulya, Audrey Simer, Mary Besant. Row 3: Anita Court, Shirley Jackson, Ger- aldine Ring, Lorraine Johnson, Ramona Heffren, Gretchen Pfab, Judith Maguire, Kath- Com- more year, must have a 3.2 grade average and satisfactory citizenship. The duty of the division chairman is to report absences of every girl in her homeroom and endeavor to Hnd out why these girls are absent. One girl is elected from each homeroom. Her work is supplemented by that of the Secretary FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE ' DIVISION CHAIRMEN Row 1: Glenna Kiner, Marilyn Moore, De- lores G. Moore, Joan Masini. Row 2: Barbara Rauh, Eleanor Geifert, Bonnie Helfrich, Lois Johnson, Laura Chesi, Nola Dausman. Row 3: Gloria Swanson, Gloria Flynn, Shir- ley Devert, Joan Kerr, Marilyn Rich- mond, Geraldine IVelch. JUNIOR AND SENIOR DIVISION CHAIRMEN Row 1: Priscilla Hirsch, Phyllis Janocka, Marie Eichelberg, Phyllis Bennot. Row 2: Nornia Apel, Josephine Lo Cicero, Marie Rigoni, Marion Parks, Marge Buyer, Edith Horn, Maryan Besant. Row 3: Jeanne Christian, Martha Oehler. Betty Scott, Marilyn Lorence, Arlene Bischel, Jackie Furth, Carolyn Maas, Do. lores Chmielewski. REFRESHMENT CREIV Row 1: Carol Vandenberg, Virginia Peiguss, Betty Klein, Marie Compagnoni, Chair- man, Marie,Rigoni, Louise Cole. Row 2: Marion Seimer, Shirley Jackson, Ramona Heffren, Lorraine Johnson, Bar- bara Bowden. Dolores Chmielewski, Shir- ley Fenwick, June Miller. Row 3: Jan Olson, Joan Figlewski, Joan Gooden, Ruth Haigh, Eileen Greig, Betty Henry, Dorothy Terrell, Betty Seott, Bar- bara Blakemore, Anna Dieekmann, Lor- raine Tychewicz. of Attendance, who sends a note after three days' absence, or sends ilowers if an illness is long or serious. The Refreshment Crew is made up of girls who have volunteered to sell food and pop to the hungry fans at the foot- ball games. ii E . xl tif" Page 113 l 152 JU NIOR SERVICE AYVARDS Row 1: Joann Brownlee, Carmella Firetto, Lorraine Johnson, Bette Ralin, Betty lflynn, Shirley Day. Ron' 2: Shirley Jackson, Betty YVright, Evelyn Odor, Marge Buyer, Phyllis Cou- wenhoven, Joan Ericzon, Carol Zornig, Jean Lave. Raw 3: Irene Ramsay, Ramona Heflren, Marie A. Compagnoni, Mary Lou Porter, Lois Toole, Gretchen Pfah, Marilyn Lor- ence, Mary Besant, Pat Tompkins, Boh- bette Anderson, Norma Apel, Marion Parks, Betty Anderson, Marjory Huish. SCHOLARSHIP Row l: Suzanne Brown, Carol Vanrlenherg, Anita Court, Priscilla Alden, Joanne YVesterveld. Row 2: Charity Koeper, Irene Ramsay, Joie Gouwens, Gerdine DeGralf, LaVonne Brown, Elaine Messerschmidt. Row 3: Priscilla Roney, Nellie Rinkema, Jean Furth, Jackie Furth, June Koehler, Greta Pettersen, Martha Oehler, Betty Scott, Marilyn Smith. MARS HALS Row l: Ramona Hellren, Shirley Jackson. Yvonne Haines, Elsie Yadron, Head of Marshals, Veronica McGrath, Mary Be- sant. Row 2: Sue Cairns, Geraldine Becker, Ger- aldine Ring, Priscilla Roney. ACTIVITY POINT COMMISSION Row 1: Edith Horn, Shirley Schmidt, Su- zanne Holmes, Marie Eichelberg, Dorothy Terrell. Row 2: Carolyn Maas, Helen Van Laning- ham, Yvonne Haines, Shirley Jackson, Betty Henry, Jackie Furth, Mary Besant. Row 3: Arlene Bischel, Charity Koepcr, Genevieve Johnson, Martha Oehler, Doro- thy Pajak, Jean Furth, Marianne Laramie, LaVonne Brown, Gerdine DeGraff, Marie Maplesden, Lorraine Johnson, Bonnie Abraham. 'Q g 4 sy' W ln- v Si -ein 'C 1 x I 1 i 1' . Ai g MAY QUEEN COURT Row l: Bette Rahn, Marian Reis, Carmella Firetto. Betty Xnderson Ioinn Brownlee Betty xvflglll Row 2: Norma Apel, joan Ericzon, Phyllis Bennot, Dorothv Tmetmeser Mary Lou Porter Priscilla Hirsch Elva Dalenberg. bil' IAQCLIWL gl! The processional sounded, and all eyes were turned to watch the 1946 May Queen Court as they marched down the aisle of the auditorium with their mothers. The occasion was the an- nual Mother-Daughter Tea. After the processional, the program continued under the able direction of Shirley Day, General Chairman. Because of the dimout regulations, the tea was held in the afternoon instead of the evening, as is the custom. The highlight of the program was the crown- ing of Carmella Firetto, May Queen, the an- nouncement of Phyllis Bennot as Maid of Honor, and the presentation of the court, which in- cluded Betty Anderson, Norma Apel, Joann Brownlee, Elva Dalenberg, Joan Ericzon, Pris- cilla Hirsch, Mary Lou Porter, Betty Rahn, Marian Reis, Dorothy Twietmeyer, and Betty Wright. This was the twenty-first annual program given by the Girls Club honoring the mothers and daughters of Thornton. Carmella Firetto, May Quzfffm' Phyllis Bennot, Maid of Honor. Page 116 FACULTY ASSISTANTS Circa ig fsaiafanffs Each year the Business Department sends out girls to assist the faculty mem- bers in various departments. Some of the girls help in the Girls Club office, others go to the library, the nurse's office, the deans' offices, the rental library, the class principals' offices, the girls' gym- nasium classes, and many other depart- ments of the school. If, at any time, a teacher needs help on any business mat- ters, he may refer to the business depart- ment, and acquire such aid. - These student secretaries, by helping the faculty members, are helping to pre- pare themselves for the business world. Row l: Elsie Mae Snedden, Marilyn Hupe, Robert Charles, Wilson Reed, Morris Jones, Clara Hillyer, Elaine Messerschmidt, Robert J. Thomas, Charlotte Zipse. Row 2: Lee Mazur. Georgeann YVies, Janice Selle, Helen Zolty, Barbara Miller, Nancy Ross, Gloria Flynn, Harriet Burton, Marilyn Smith. Row 3: Phyllis Danielson, June Binette, Joan Mcliibben, Anna Dieckmann, Phyllis Couwenhoven, Mary Lou Kollman, Martha Kordewich, Cherie Edwards, Ruthann Calo, Leo Parks. Row 4: Ruth Brand, Marion Corson, Ruth Firnhaber, Kathryn Oldham. Hlanda Lupe Mason, Jean Lave, Dorothy McNeil, Helen Danish, Antoinette Pivour, Robert Milligan. FACULTY ASSISTANTS QLower Leftj Row 1: Mildred Visser, Henrietta Louise Hock- stra, Mary Wloulfe, Joan Strawbridge, LaVonne Brown, Helen Van Lanningham. Row 2: Marie Compagnoni, Emily LOCiccro, Erlenc Hansen, Mary Plant, Suzanne Brown, Jane Zalenski, Virginia Paulowski. Row 3: Lois Cunningham, Catherine McNabb, Joan Black, Barbara Schisewski, Joan Howard, Joyce Witzel, Barbara Grueter. Row 4: Lorraine Tychewicz,Jeanne McCullough, Shelby Spelman, Sally Slack, Margaret Mer- ritt, Gwendolyn Erb, Marie Bailey. FACULTY ASSISTANTS QBelowj Row l: Normajune Lintner, Ruth Haigh, Mary Ann Crowson, Jean Barringer, Joan Figlewski, Dorothy Vanderwall. Row 2: Grace Napoli, Harriet Jo Bobb, Diane Brown, Jo Ann XValch, Irene Mazur, Joyce Meyers, Barbara Ekstrom. Row 3: Louise Jones, Katherine McNabb, Dolores Chmielewski, Marie Rigoni, Pat Sobek, Lu Shaw, Sue Holmes. Row 4: Anne Donato, Jackie Hutton, Allie Ru- therford, Joanne Nomes, Nancy Cordt, Janet Davis, Greta Petterson. If Ji T, ei, 1 'Eu -N in 1 X X'lg:l!k:,. N - 12 .Lf 1 , Q I TY: ' L-'wh A4 i S, I x ll 1 , X . 1 J . 1 4 2 7 ' i L53 'A J 1 Row 1: Second Vice Presidenlj Joe Triumph Presidezztg Dan Hughes, First Vice Presz dent. A Row 2: Bruce Smith, Treasurerj Jeff Hun ter, Secfetar . oga u y .' xr- " 'sl I I N' A I ,S . 591 QQ 11519 17' tff ..: 22, 1 .iffy EH xii- JF' I, xv " he- BOYS CLUB BOARD Run' 1: Dun Hughes, joe Tri umph, Roger Sutton, '1 0111 'l'11i umph. Row 2: Bruce Smith, John Ford john Bardwick. joe Youngblood Chuck Romer. jeff Hunter. Mr. O. F. Umbaugh, Roger Sutton Twenty-three years ago Thornton's Boys Club was organized under the di- rection of Mr. O. F. Umbaugh, Dean of Boys and faculty adviser. Since that time, the boys have shown by the work they have done what they are able to achieve at Thornton. They sponsor a number of activities during the year, including the Stag and Mother-Son Night. The annual play and numerous assemblies, given the student body, are co-sponsored with the Girls' Club. The hall guards, campus patrol, the safety squad, and Hi-Y, which has been formed for the extension of high stand- ards of Christian character, are under the sponsorship of the Boys Club. The Hi-Y has taken over the job of main- HI-Y OFFICERS CAMPUS PATROL Row l: Michael Kabay, Art Prochaska, Tom Rudin, Richard Baer, Milton Koppitz, Conrad Garity, Darwin An- derson, Dennis Bruggeman, Tom Coulombe, Robert Lucas. Row 2: Frank Kaminski, George Ruhle, Harold Gouwens, WVayne Bruin, Clillord Beck, Charles Zitek, Al Dixon, Chuck Janus, Kenneth Hoy, Norman Goebel, Charles A. Melkent, Edwin Butler, Bob Robeck. Row 3: Walter Artym, Donald Kuech, Howard Boone, Don Robertson, Er- win Kuh, Bill VVilch, jerry Cardin, Merle Stofferahn. taining a checkroom service for the Purple X Open House. ' The Boys Club is managed by a stu- dent Board of Directors, consisting of four seniors, three juniors, two sopho- mores, and one freshman, and by the representatives. one of whom is elected from each homeroom. i The officers of this year have done a fine job of managing the club. The president was Joe Triumph, and the vice-president, Dan Hughes. The oilices of secretary and treasurer were held by Jeff Hunter and Bruce Smith. Now that another year has passed and the Boys Club may look back upon a job well done, it will also look ahead to future problems and future successes. HALL GUARD CAPTAINS Teunis Paarlberg, Secretaryg John Weaver, Vice Presidentg Seated: Bill Phipher, Carmen Triumph, Norman Goebel Robert Pellegrino, Presidentg James Falster, Treasurer. Standing: jim Donato, Dick Kolloway, Harold Stump BUS GUARDS Row 1: Don Xvilson, Barbara Meeder, Ann Schneider, Barbara Barthel. emew. Gerald Rinkema, Clifton Har- din, Raymond Zacke, Joyce Schoen- eck, Ernest Zyssen. Row 2: Bill Spelde, Charles Snyder, Norman Van YVienen, Richard Stehl, Buzz Brasslield, Johnny Van Der Aa, Tommie McGowan, Earl Luchene. Row 3: Ira Cline, Lester Peters, Don Hlilson. Earle Landry, Edward Tan- derhack, IVayne Smith. ,aff 61 R? 'C ' L 7' bt' . 'if .,.y.,, J I 3 ii Page 120 BUS GUARDS Row 1: Russell Fischer, Victor Panozzo, Charles Dewar, Robert Kraefft, Hughston MacConnell, Tim Cellini. Row 2: Ben Hocott, LeRoy Lucken, Steve Danish, Art Roecker, Bernard Zitek, Milton Vllrdelman. Row 3: Ralph Heathcote, Tom Bry- son, james Teck, Frank Freehauf, Ed Zinuda, Ernest Hall. Qcfured On - ijofgzwing age HALL GUARDS ' BEFORE SCHOOL Row l: IfVayne Bowdish, Nor- man Baker, Eugene Sloat. Row 2: john Clarence Pfo- tenhauer, John Ravesloot, Bob Rasmussen. HALL GUARDS PERIOD I Row I: Roland Martin, Jas- per Capriotti, Charles Stelleman, Fred Hartmann. Row 2: Robert Evans, Nor- man Schilling, Dick Kollo- way, Steve Danish. Row 3: Bruce Allen Gelin, Bob Benton, Mfillard Da. lenberg, Paul Leland. Row 4: VVilbur Ellis, John Dryja, Xvalter Grtym, Bob Hobson. HALL GUARDS PERIOD II Row 1: Anthony Marchino, Carmen Triumph, Curt Hanes, VValter Meder, Har- old Kummelehne. Row 2: Bob Kausal, Vic Krygowski, Jim Corbett, Joe Bulanda. Row 3: Fernando Guaccio, Ed Drolet, Vern Clarke, Richard Kostyrka. Row 4: Bob Wilson, Robert Reed, Thomas Waulfe, Charles Rouse, Richard Bachara. HALL GUARDS PERIOD. III Row 1: Paul Gross, Joe Tri- umph, Don Srenaski, Tom Stanepher. Row 2: jimmy Surufka, John Wrobel, George Sheehan, Dean Harmeson. Row 3: Ed Westcott, Bud Churchill, Thomas Beales, Bill Pfeifer. Row 4: Philip Tortorici, Richard Strylowski, Charles Zitek, Hilbert Choleva. HALL GUARDS PERIOD IV Row 1: Creighton Helms. Marvin Miller, Don Gard- ner, Donald lrenning. Hou' 2: Donald XVrigt, Sani Di Giacinto, Eddy Kissell, Dick Poppel. Bob Beck. Rua' 3: Bill Kudak. Enness Arnold. Donald Yick, Rich- ard Madsen. Roger Mit- chell. Row 4: Myron Schultz. Har- ry Vinke. jim Donato, Robert Richards, Hughston Macflonnell. HALL GUARDS PERIOD V Row l: Walter Stepinski, IVilliain Odenwald, Larry McHenry, Stanley Tent- nouski. Row 2: jack Payan, Xavier Rosolowski, George AVYOOIII, Norman Goebel, Joan XVassner. Ron' 3: Ralph Paarlberg, Harley B. r1illIfliCl'. lfred Lohse, Edward XYaleLak, Robert Asklof. HALL GUARDS PERIOD V Row l: Ronald Ifcrguson, Earle Landry, Edward Lauderback, Edyinond Eu. gene Miller. Ron' 2: Ralph Boothe, Charles Jacobsina, Pete Rynberk, james johnson. Row 3: Richard Krueger, El- mer Huin-nga, Edwin Nie- meyer, Dennis Bruggemar, Ben Dal Bel-lo. Ron' 4: George Ruhle. Able Irersen, Richard Lang, Robert Youngfelt, Allen Russell. HALL GUARDS PERIOD VI Row l: Marvin Bell. Bruce Allen Gelin, Norma Groeneveld, NVayne Van- derlee. Row 2: Frank Lisek, john McNable, Robert Sisk, I'Vil- fred Glolf. Row 3: Chuck Romer, joe jorose, Farley Ogden. Rich- ard Tinder. Row 4: Bill Sweet. Roger Merritt. Curt Hanes, jerry IVu.iastyk. HALL GUARDS PERIOD YII Row l: -lack Steedman. Rich- ard Napier, Bob Podgorny, Leslie Bobb. Row 2: Roland Straube. Har- old Stump, Marion Marek, Robert Hodgman. Row 3:'john Iklyckoli, Ron- ald Martens, Robert Klein, john Marquess. Row 4: Charles Eustis, Law- rence May, Norman Minas, Lewis Bishop. HALL GUARDS PERIOD VIII Rou' l: Nick Yurasorich, Paul C. Jones, jr., Don IVilson. Rom' 2: Irvin Zirkle, George Marorich. IVilbert Schil- ling, Eugene Hughes. Row 3: Thomas O'Connor, Ray Olsen, john Zega, Thomas Horton. Row 4: Glenn Macari, Jim jones, Roger Triemstra, Harry Roberts. Page 1 22 MCWLOOL 'WVOuldn't that make a wonderful picture?" The minds of yearbook stu- dents run in such channels. From the beginning of the year, ideas are being formed, which, when pieced together, will bring you tlIe 1947 Yearbook. The great day comes when the final product comes back from the printer. Anxious students search frantically through their yearbooks, and signatures are in great demand. Behind all this is tlIe tireless effort of the Journalism class. Photography, art work, writing, layouts, and typing are a few of tlIe many tasks confronting the staff, but as a reward for their work, they have the satisfaction of seeing the 1947 THORNTONITE. YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-in-Chief MARILYN SMITH Co-Editor BETTY ANDERSON Advertising Manager JUNE BINETTE Copy Editor BETTY ANDERSON Assistants FRANKLIN BARBER, LOIS BERG, JUNE BINETTE, JERRY BURCH, MARIE COMPAGNONI, ANITA COURT, JOYCE DODGE, JIM DUNNE, BETTY JANE FISCHER, DAVE GARDINER, BETTY GRASSMICK, CURT HANES, DOLORE JONES, JEANNE KLEM- sTEIN, ARLENE KORT, LORRAINE LENKE, LOIS lVIAXVVEI.L, ELAINE NIESSERSCHMIDT, SHIRLEY PELKE, JERRY PETERSON, PRISCILLA RONEY, JACK ROTHERBIEL, GERALDINE SMITH, IRENE WENZLAFE Photography JEANNE KLEMSTEIN, ELAINE MEssERscIIMIDT, JACK ROTHERMEL Art Editor GEORGE MCCLELLAN Assistants SUE CAIRNS, ED PERKINS, ANITA TPIIES, YVONNE MEIs, MARY LOU PORTER, LIBBY HERZOG Senior Section DOLORES JONES, JERRY PETERSON Faculty JERRY BURCH, HELEN ROCKWELL Identihcations ELAINE MEssERscIfIMIDT Faculty A dviser ANNA FINNELL Art Adviser DOROTI-IEA THTEL Business Manager O. FRED UINIBAUGH 8lfU5l0Cl,l02l" The policy of the Thorntonite is to print news of interest to both student body and faculty. The latest news con- cerning clubs, organizations and other school activities are printed in the week- ly edition of the newspaper. About 2700 copies are distributed to students, adver- tisers, and to other schools as exchanges. Early Monday morning the copy bas- ket is piled high with feature stories, and editorials, for pages two and three. Careful check of the copy for errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation is made before it is typed and sent to the printer at eleven o'clock, Tuesday morn- ing. The printer returns the galley proof sheets for pages two and three during first period Thursday morning to be proofread. The deadline for front page and sports news is Friday afternoon, with the excep- tion of late news which may occur over the weekend. The stories are typed and sent to tlIe printer, who returns the page-proof Monday morning, to be checked for typographical errors. 12 NEYVSPAPER STAFF Co-Editors FRANK BARBER, JERRY PETERSON News Editor IRENE WENZI,AFF News Reporters BETTY ANDERSON, NIARIE COMPAGNONI, BETTY - GRAsss1IcR, JEANNE KLEMSTEIN, SHIRLEY PELKE, JACK ROTI-IERFNIEL Feature Editor PRIsc:ILLA RONEY 1-" Feature Reporters A JUNE BINETTE, JERRY BURCII, BETTY FISCHER, ,I - JERRY HYI,AND, DOLORES JONES, TARLENE KORT, 4 Jr Lois NIAXWVELL, ELAINE MESSERSCHRIIDT, LU vs I P" J ,I SHAW, BIARILYN SMITII "' .3 " Sports Editors CIIRT HANEs, DAVE GARDNER T ll , 'A 'I Advertising if ' GERALDINE SMITII, LORRAINIZ LENKE . ' Circulation in A A 2 'TM' LOIS BERG Exchange Editors l i JOYCE DOIIGE, ELAINE MESSERSCIIAIIDT X " Faculty Advisor ' l 'l ANNA FINNELL x - Business Alana er 5 O. FRED UMEAUGH l l 1 Page 1 28 jkedpiand The Footlighters' Club gave their an- nual play on May 17, 1946. The name of the play was "Wappin Wl1a1'f," and the production was under the direction of Mr. E. C. Ohlert. "Wappin Wharf" was a story of old pirates who had retired and were sitting back remembering years gone by and of an old wharf just outside the village. On this wharf stood a gibbet on which pirates were hanged. The music was selected and directed by Mr. Lyle Hopkins. On January 14, the Footlighters also gave "Tomorrow The World," spon- sored by the 1Vhittier P. T. A. On April 5 and 6, 1946, the senior class presented Noel Coward's hilarious farce, "Blithe Spirit." The action of the play took place in Kent, England. It was an account of a husband's difficul- ties when his first wife, who died a nat- ural death, returned from the dead and proceeded to murder his second wife. Students who took part in the play were Jean Skerry, Marge Gerodimos, Bob Achor, Russell Hart, Joan Christ, Gloria Anderson and Billie -Iezek. The Business Managers, Harriet Jones and Carol Emerson, helped to make the play a success. It was directed by Mr. E. C. Ohlert. The annual Boys and Girls Club play, "Pride and Prejudice," was presented on the evenings of November 15 and 16. The production of the play was super- vised by Mr. C. E. Ohlert. Marjorie Huish and Donald Stegmeir were busi- ness managers for the play. In the story of the play, Mrs. Bennett tried desperately to find husbands for her three eligible daughters, Jane, Eliza- beth, and Lydia. Although she finally succeeded, she encountered many diili- culties along the way. In the end, all three daughters were happily married, much to the pleasure of Mrs. Bennett. This play was written to show the dif- ference between social levels in the 1800's. '--M FfM" 'M T FOOTLIGHTERS CLUB Coral Yates, President, Lucy Zirkle, Vice Presidentg Ruth Brand, Treasurer, Dorothy McNeil, Secretary. The Pierian Club is composed of high school students interested in writing. At the meetings the entertainment con- sisted of the reading of short stories, poems, essays and other compositions written by the members. In order to be eligible for membership a student 1nust have an interest in Writ- ing and must be recommended by an' English teacher. PIERIAN CLUB Row l: Charity Koeper, Bonnie Seidel, Dorothy Terrell, Doris Frederick, Gaylene Hliseman. Row 2: Gwen johnson, Margaret Merritt, Leo Parks, Barbara Moore, Norma Pet- tersen. Row 3: Evelyn Odor, jackie Voss. Charlotte Huston, jane Lambert, Connie Pierce. ierian megllfe If you are one of those people who enjoy a good, heated argument, and you would like to improve your ability to speak, your prayer has been answered. Once again Thornton has organized a debate team under the direction of Mr. H. E. Bean. ' Each year a special topic is chosen and each team prepares itself for the debate. A student receives so many points for participating in the debate and for the quality of his argument. The students obtaining the most points are initiated into the National Forensic League. ielnd The Footlighters Club was organized to give those students who are interested in dramatics a chance to prove their act- ing ability. In addition to presenting several plays during the course of the year, these students learn to apply make- up successfully and arrange scenery on the stage. This year the Footlighters Club ofli- cers are: Coral Yates, president: Lucy Zirkle, vice-presidentg Dorothy McNeil, secretary-treasurer. CML The rejection of the candidate or the acceptance of him is determined by the Club. The year's best short stories, poems, and essays are compiled by the Club into the literary magazine, 'AProHles." Miss Emily Coffman is the adviser. -g,g,..L .L,,...,',,fc.,' n fa,,...,yq. , 6LI'lglfl,l1g,Q Cflflgfi The Spanish Club is an ollicial student league of the International Pan Ameri- can League. It aims to further the feel- ing of good-will and to increase the knowledge and understanding of our Spanish speaking neighbors. Activities of the club include presen- tation of plays, original skits, stunts, Spanish songs, and movies about peoples of countries south of the border. The main purpose of Le Cercle Francais, the French Club, is to improve the students' use of French under pleas- ant and natural conditions. French is spoken at the meetings. Programs include plays, skits, games, and French songs. The object of Latini is to further the use of the Latin language by combining the serious task with that of social pleas- ure. Programs include the annual Satur- nalia or Christmas celebration, the Cir- cus Maximus, which includes games, chariot races, and the May banquet, when everyone appears in costume. Through the diversified programs of Die Deutsche Ecke, it is the hope of the sponsor, Mr. A. F. Koester, that the stu- dents will become better acquainted with the lives and customs of the German people, as well as obtaining a thorough understanding of the language itself. The meetings are opened by singing German songs in the true German spirit. Through movies, slides, and the presen- tation of skits and plays, the students learn much about the German language and civilization. GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS Shirley jackson, Presidentg Carol Vanden- berg, Vice President, Charlotte Zipse, Treas- urer. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Row l: jane Lambert, President. Row 2: jackie Furth, Secretaryg Fred Dar- rohn, T7'6llSU7'6I',' june Koehler, Vice President. FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Row l: Priscilla Alden, Secretary, I'Vilson Reed, President. Row 2: Paula Soenksen, Treasure'r,A joan Gooden, Vice President. Row 3: Bonnie Seidel, Vice President. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Row l: Merle Hanihan, President, Don Johnson, Treasurer, Dale Keating, Ser- geant-at.Arms. Row 2: Anita Court, Progranz Chairman: Milo Backus, Vice President. h Page 128 OFHCERS HOME Economies CLUB . ' 1 'd t' Carol S060kSCn'SeCfeHZ'y, Shu ey . - en , suv' - Glenna Kgiiggfgisiicleriti Euan Peters, Tired Xxfeaver, '1 . :Rs CAMERA CLUB OTHCP .. DC' Louis Kusa Treasurer, Yvonne 1 Presidffni' Bob Sk C Y, 5 ' . 'diemh th , V165 Presz Marc e HI C CLUB OFFICERS Vim Presi- . -- Ruth summers- , ,emfyv I-,-eagurew, . - Sonjem Mary Lou Kogwliiziiett President! Bob vxmham deni5C'C0rge L l lflflfllne 0I'l'lQlfl'lCL Ql"5 of .America All Thornton girls who are now en- rolled in home economics classes, or who have previously taken this course are eligible to join the club known as "The Future Homemakers of America." As its y theme indicates, the purpose of this club f is to improve the life of the high school girls. This year's official sponsor was Miss Margaret Miles. She was assisted in her work by Miss VVilma Reed, Miss Eliza- beth Ford, and Miss Lydia Mussm 31'1. Ctlflflelnfl, The Camera Cl ub was sponsored by Mr. G. Denemark and ll , a students in- terested in photography attended the meetings, which were held every other Wfednesday after school in room 110. The members were given lessons in techniques in taking pictures. There were also numerous special meetings in the darkroom to teach the students de- veloping and other darkroom procedures. The club went on several hikes in or- der to get a few scenic photographs. JAC CM e Hi-C Club was organized in Thornton this year to provide a place for all students of all denominations to meet and have fellowship and fun. Don Loney was the leader of the club and Bob Post was the pianist. Miss Lois Henderson was the faculty sponsor. The first twenty minutes of the meet- ing was spent in singing choruses, after which a short message was brought to the group by Don Loney. One of the outstanding events of the year was the Halloween party given for all the Hi-C Clubs in the Chicago area at Lane Technical High School in Chi- cago. Th LLIIUA The Purple X, which was organized in 1938, consists of a group of students selected by a membership committee. Its main purpose is to further the recrea- tional facilities of the student body. Members are chosen by the faculty for their outstanding leadership. After a football or basketball game, the spectators need a way to dispose of their vim, vigor, and vitality. This can be accomplished by attending the Purple X Open House. Since one of the school colors is purple and "X" signifies the unknown quantity of recreation which may be enjoyed by all students, the name Purple X was given to this organization. This year's officers are: Don Stegmeir, president, Pat Wurtman, vice-presidentg Pat Sonnleitner, treasurerg and Janie Lambert, secretary. ine - Wecdctnicfi " In order that the students of Thornton may see as well as read about the sub- jects they are studying, movies are shown from time to time in connection with almost every course offered by the school. The "men behind the machine" are boys who have volunteered to show the movies during their free periods. Their work also consists of operating the movie machine for special gatherings such as language club and PTA meetings. PURPLE X Row 1: Jackie Reichert, Mr. O. F. Umbaugh, Pat Sonn- leitner, Don Stegmeir, Jane Lambert, Louise Brown, Elva Dalenberg, Phyllis Bennot. Row 2: joan Ericzon, Martha Oehler, Charlotte Huston, Tom Mullender, Ronald Myers, Don Shaw, Jean Lave, Joyce Larson. Row 3: Greta Davis, Wilson Reed, Mr. L. Dulgar, Mr. F. McConnell, Miss V. Crites, Mr. H. E. Bean, Miss H. Ivilson, Miss P. F. Peirce, Robert J. Thomas, Chuck Gentry. MOVIE OPERATORS Row 1: Richard Krueger, james Mossell, Don Baumgart- ner, Paul Barehead. Row 2: Kenneth Mossell, Darrell jones, Tom Bryson Harry Cornwall, Conrad Garity. Page 1 29 mia, J... The mixed choir is one of the most active musical groups at Thornton. Majesty is added to any program when they appear in their purple robes. The membership is made up largely of upper classmen, and their pro- grams usually consist of a more serious type of music, although of recent years this group has produced two Gilbert and Sullivan op- erettas. For the performances, A'Pirates of Penzance" and M. S. Pinafore," the chorus donned colorful costumes and an air of gaiety. The mixed choir is directed by Mr. Walter Armbruster. This group has the distinction of being the most select of all the choral groups. Good musicianship is an important qualification for membership. The madrigal singers fre- quently appear when a large group would be impractical. The past few years have found many honors bestowed upon them. They have appeared on school programs, and they have been invited to sing for many Chicago and State music educators' meet- ings and clinics. Thornton boasts one of the finest Boys' Glee Clubs of any school in the country. Good singing has become a tradition, and the boys find it not only fun, but inspira- tional as well. While they sing for their own enjoyment, they also give much pleasure to others by appearing on numerous programs during the year. They are. enthusiastically received at the annual Christmas Concert, assembly programs, and the Spring Music Festival, and are much in demand by music lovers throughout the community and by all those who have heard them. The Glee Club is directed by Mr. Mfalter Armbruster. Membership in the Girls' Choir and Glee Club is granted on the basis of musical abil- ity. The groups differ in respect to the standards for membership, and the oppor- tunities offered for public performance. These organizations propose to develop a spirit of cooperation and physical and mental coordination, besides effective voice produc- tion and artistic interpretation. The singing of solos before the group increases poise and self-control, while individual participation in trios encourages self-reliance and initia- t1VC. Both of these singing groups have grown from year to year, until now each numbers over one hundred members. Programs are presented at assemblies, the Christmas Con- cert, and the Spring Festival. The Keydets is a vocal ensemble of girls chosen from the Girls' Choir for their sing- ing ability and knowledge of harmony. This group, which rehearses after school, offers additional opportunity to those especially interested, for participation in musical events. The Keydets sing at various school functions including assemblies and concerts, and also perform for many community or- ganizations in this area. The three groups are directed by Miss Prudence Thompson. MADRIGAL KEYDETS Row 1: Carol Cummings, Carolyn Breeden, Charlotte Seated: Lois Joiner, Iris Vanlanten, jane Rogers, Ruth Huston, joan Winkler, Connie Vanderkloot, Jane Lam- Ann Calo, Shirley White. I bert, jackie Reichert. Standing: Barbara Manus, Connie Ferrell, Betty Lou Row 2: Kenneth Goviell, George Burdett, Wilson Reed, Atkinson, Shirley Lorenzjean Furth,Audrey Ann Simer Donald Williams, joe Youngblood, Don Anderson. Anita Court. fqrafea 0 el'lZCl,l'lCe The Music Department presented "Pi- rates of Penzance," by Gilbert and Sulli- van, on March 8 and 9. The production was directed by Mr. W7 alter Armbruster, director of vocal music. Since operettas have won a large following at Thornton, both evenings were sold out well in ad- vance. The abundance of talent allowed for a double Cast in most of the leading roles. The Friday evening cast included Phil Hayes, Beverly Payne, Carl Chris- tiansen, George Burdett, Joe Young- blood, Henry Younkman and Carolyn Breeden. 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Q , .A A Q iff ff Wx v 5 2152 ' ' E' ' 'Y' -' rafmw gfb 4 5, ,Q 5: 3' F ,a,2,i.?.., 1 , J? 1 Q W GIRLS' CHOIR Row l: Shirley White, Barbara Peterson, Carolyn Roney, Joan Slusser, Joan Gibson, Eleanor Geffert, Carol Vandenberg, Glenne Kinar, Audrey Ann Simer, Alice Henry, Paula Koeper, Ruth Summers, Evelyn Greene, Jinny Burdett, Joyce Larson, Ramona Cook, Lorraine Steinhauer, Gloria Swanson, Phyllis Hansen, Suzanne Brown, Marion Selmer, Anita Court. Row 2: Ruth Brand, Louise Cole, Joanne Ulesterveld, Gwen Johnson. JoAnne Given, Barbara Miller. Ida Powlas, Gwen MacKenzie, Erlene Hansen, Doris Hall, Nellie Rinkeina, Barbara IVarner, Barbara Frew, Pat Fosdick, Dorothy Pajak, Betty Murray, Dorothy YVeber, Virginia IVeber, Yvonne DeMarche, Gertrude Lucius, Martha Pierce, Connie Pierce. Row 3: Dolores Hammond, Mary Kollnian, Nannette Cordt, Barbara Yates, Connie Ferrell, Rosemary Spoerer, Janet Gibbs, Shirley Brault, Susanna Wlilkie, Patricia McFarland, Mary Lou Edwards, Barbara Schisewski, Patricia Aryia, Doris VValter, Betty Kerr, Millicent Mentzer, Lois Joiner. Lorraine Mossel, Mary Lou McCall, Jean Frew, Joan Gnaster, Edith DeVries, Barbara Ann Freitag, Ruth Grenier, Phyllis Reich. Row 4: Frances Colebourn, Jean Furth, Barbara Manas, Jean Bowen, Nancy Bonnema, Marie Janssen, Joan IVassner, June Koehler, Joan Strawbridge, Judith Maguire, Carolyn Fleece, Margaret Ferguson, Ruth Ann Calo, Iris Van Zanten, Mildred Visser, Shirley Lorenz, Lorraine Johnson, Dorothy McNeil, Joan Ericzon, Frances Teas, Arliene Cotton, Carol Hutton, Doris DeYoung. Row 5: Linda Choate, Betty Lou Atkinson, Darlene Pavich, Dorothy YValter, Helen McNally, Lorraine Ferkan, Jane Kay Rogers. Jeanne Christian, Joann Roberts. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Row l: Loretta Bayer, Myrna IVard, Norma McArter, Anna Mae Talan, Barbara Rauh. Victoria Hacek. Ann Davis, Shirley Russell. Adeline YVesner, Doris IVinters, Ellen Grant, Carol Selle, Lorraine Pajak, Dorothy Burdett, Betsy Bollmann, Roberts IVilling. Row 2: Jean Craig, Virginia Gnaster, Marian De Graff, Delores G. Morre, Geraldine Cogswell, Marilyn Rasmus, Barbara Steinko, Mary Beaupre, Dian Evans, Suzie Kotiif, Mary Alice Jones, Eleanor Banks, Gwen Kogy, Joyce IVhite, Janice Seller, Nancy Fatlke. Gloria Flynn, Patricia Hopper, June Samuels. Row 3: Gean Bufhe, Carol Berger, Linda Lou Swansey, Jean Paarlberg, Eleanor Gelfert, Christine Fanning, Oma Jean Learn, La Verne Kennedy, Donna Jean Ketelboeter, Mattie Jones, Betty Jean Hughes, Jean Williams, Norma Jean Passrnore, Marilyn Richmond, Barbara Clock, Jean Hollingsworth, Doris King, Mary Ann Hunter, Marlene Berles, Rita Senior. Row 4: Florence Tycheuriz, Mary Jo VVilson, Patsy Monroe, Carol Rossina, Peggy Hill, Bonnie Helfrich, Sally Ellis, Lois Johnson, Martha Mullin, Shirley Mae Hermann, Barbara Watts, Teresa Bankadale, Rita Juckowski, Mary Gorence, Lorraine Kantzles, Lucille Czyl, Romaine Strylowski, Patsy Wasso, Antoinette Pivour, Georgia Propper, Shirley Devert, Jean Chris- tianson. Barbara Pelley, Diane Meeder. Rosemary Schmidt. Row 5: Gloria Swanson, Polly Cook, Luida Koustik, Ellen Peters, Janis Guild, Janet Gronwall, Margie Krause, Irene Zenere, Katherine Kleinfelder, Patty Nelson, Joan I'Vorcester, Elizabeth Fulsang, Doris Frederick, Clara Hillyer, Helen Korniszewski. Betty Finney, Dorothy Haaks, Nancy Joan Vlood, Carol Bick, Lucinda Brassheld, Patsy Lu Day, Jeanne Mantz, VVinifred Olson. Row 6: Edwina Fortin, Charlotte Ehlers, Carolyn Maas, Virginia Maas, Helen Lucas. Anna Marie Lottino, Carolyn McNally, Robbie Nell Boyd, Marilyn Killmer, Mary Woulfe, Arlene Stege, June Kitchen, Virginia Mundinger. .905 fl"lfLl'lflQl'l iadif iii TXVIRLING CORPS Mildred Olson, jackie Irwin, Norniajune Lintner. Dorothy Hobbs, Dolores Schuette, Ruth Haigh. Bonnie Abraham, Roy Cole. The Thornton High School Band di- rected by Mr. Lyle Hopkins, has proved itself to be one of the best organizations of its kind in the state, having won numerous contests and awards. Since the beginning of World War II, the band has participated in twenty patriotic affairs in the community, in- dustry, and school. In recognition of this patriotic service, the band was presented with a Distinguished Service Citation in 1946 by the Music War Council of America. Besides inspiring the students and players at games, they play at assemblies and festivals, and in parades. The band also presents its own Band Concert each year. The twirling corps comprises an im- portant part of the band. This corps performs at all football and basketball games and never fails to thrill the spec- tators with their amazing feats. All through the rise and forward march of civilization, music has played an important part in the daily lives of people all over the world. At Thornton young people are inspired to greater effort and better things through the stimulus of music. The instrumental department, under the direction of Mr. Lyle Hopkins, is one of the outstanding groups in the xx' BAND Row l: Phyllis Couwenhoven, Pat IVeber, Ralph Ball, Pat jersey, George Fikrle, Lewis Albright, Gerald ljniland. Row 2: Delia Boyens. Roberta Malito, Jackie Furth, Marie Maplesden, Janet Adam. Shirley Schmidt, Yvonne Haines, Allan Bostroick, Bruce Dahl, Irene Tatgenhorst. Row 3: William Boede. Roger, Schreiber, Glenn Carlson, Dick Lussenhop, David K. Miller, Neil Kretzer, Richard Rau, Ronald Winston, Robert Pellegrino, Roland Straube. Row 4: Barbara Hodges, Yvilliam Ohnemus, Arvin Stege, Richard Kellogg, Eric Ohrvall, Leroy Mlentz, Bob Williamson, Don Potter. Row 5: Dolores Moore, Irene Boyens, Edna Dean, john C. YVagner, Charles Janus. MM-ef f- r1wwf11wMs'4fi1 rfiw1"J -fiii -n.4n1a-L f . . wr N, .iv 3. iff S 5 5 35 E . K ff Maw' '1 W' Y' f wqgz dx- 5, .MM 9 3 4 D5 mam-QfW""W"'Q"'A M ag, I ig, A l v. if ajdlftdi A i I U O LC f,50ClCl,tl0l'l I 5 X X '5l..9.fwl"'-J ' it " 2 i E72 ,dffaysc P X 0 p 'QQ-,Nj XfVho said you had to be masculine to I fl if j 0 be an athlete at Thornton? We have ,wwf - - . . our own female athletes in the Girls Athletic Association. The G.A.A. is un- der the direction of a Board and is com- , 5 YE- osed of officers and members . ,,v,o.WJ y txenbe P , 5 GAA mt Carol 1 The oflicers in the governing board . Shirlffd' Schxiarkaxallc Ltijxiemouw, L05 this Year Were: Row lions HuSi09' gn Bgrhafiek Ch9.1'lOtl1 Chai SWCU5 ' vii S0 ' Xdela ' , , k. Row 2' ' Lankan C00 Page I 36 Kruger e Huston, Presidentg Mari- anne Laramie, Vice Presidentg Lois Kruger, Treasurerg and Pat Sobek, Sec- retary. The rest of the board consisted of Lillian Cook, Barbara Fremouw, Helen Glover, Betty Koester, Marie Ri- goni, Shirley Schmidt, Carol Vanden- berg, and Joyce Vandenberg. Many sports are offered throughout th e year. Some of those partici ated ' p 1n this year were basketball, volley ball, swimming, and badminton Student leaders h l h i e p t e teachers ref- eree games and assist in the gym classes in various ways. These girls are given credit for their work. The favorite sport of the G.A.A. mem- bers seems to be basketball. Maybe it's because there is a banquet held after the basketball tournament. On that day the new members are initiated into the G.A.A. and numerals are awarded to those completing three seasons of sports. A three-inch HT" is awarded to those with five seasons. The highest award, a five-inch "T", is awarded to those girls showing outstanding accomplishments. . ERS GAA- LEAD raine Bef, neue vane Fischer, Qofyandenluerg' Betty . . Caw -we PGY' R0-uv l. Nivrna H653 V D1 Meyefsla S Bovens' A ' Gooden, we raison" PM Omg 2. 3030 et, 513116 FTCKHOUW, - Row Garde Berg A Baybara MCGSMCY, Qui mr, Adela Sweilso Khan, YM .h-dey Schmid ' Rolkfriiiger NOW DEERE' KoesteY75 l t ' kgefh sanne S069 A, 3 15 qw K 59 xf ,011 NL ,-Sw 'K mt 4: .I if M xx Q15 N . xX NX Maier RUJQPJ Who follow our bo s around to u y 4 o t- of-town games? M7110 cheer for Thorn- ton, rain or shine, win or lose? Yes, you've guessed it-our cheerleaders! They have done a fine job in the past year. They are always out there cheer- ing, and they never lose faith in our men. They not only exert a large amount of energy at the games, but they practice regularly on Mondays and Wednesdays during eighth period. In previous years the cheerleaders had no sponsor, this year they are sponsored by the KIP. Miss Vera Crites and Miss Identa Moler are sponsors. This group consists of three varsity members fall girlsj and eight apprentice cheerleaders ftwo boys and six girlsy. The apprentice leaders do some cheer- ing, but have to wait until next year to play a really big part. xQ X h X Jr 1 T'HX"4 iw 1.5-9' S S mmerS CHEERLE2,DiE'lijiantl, Ruth u vm ter YodgoYH5'f lex Louise BYO FE si' S.. VW? ?."i"i' EP' E-es JL? ' UF' Ugg Kfqqo. 5 . 09 'dm 32' 9 9? of 13 32 ,EV U 3 pi E A Y- 4 'Y' -i . vi X . ff I VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Row l: Spec Powers, Carmen Triumph, Joe Rockwood, Chuck Ziebell, Vic Krygow- ski, james Wagner, Jerry Wujastyk, jack Miller, Roger Merritt, john Ra- danovich. Row 2: Lorenzo Rowe, Bob Trevarthen, Bob Ash, Wayne Ellis Benson, Don Robertson, Bill Kudak, Curt Hanes, Martin Kranz, Marvin Heater. Row 3: Dennis Bruggeman, Barry Boyens, Paul Palmer, Bob Rubendunst, john Dryja, Richard Steere, Bob Sweet, Bob Binette, Denny Tuffanelli. JUNIOR VARSITY Raw 1: Floyd johnson, Glen Brueggman, Louis Furlan, jasper Capriotti, Pedro Aguilar, joe Egofske, Tom Coulombe. Row 2: Gene Tomky, Sam Tornabene, Bob Trykall, Ralph Heathcote, Bob Goers, Evan Roberts, Babe Carlsson, Bruce Smith. Row 3: Fernando Guaccio, Chester Howe, Tony Be- nacka, Thomas Xlloulfe, Chuck Boysen. Owen Rob. erts, Ted Pattison, Frank Cornwall. FROSH-SOPH TEAM Row l: Ronald Ferguson, Roger Conant, Freddy Cap- riotti, Don Hobbs, Don Kagy, George Egofske, Earle Landry, Art Graff, joe Albert. Row 2: joe -Iarose, jack Mc- Gowan, joe Ruegger, Tom Kay, Bernard Flatt, Robert Strawen, Larry Brown, james Abbott. Row 3: Kenneth Cook, Nor- man Massick, jack Black, Charles Pipher, Bill Fred- erick, Roy Mallstrom, Rob- ert Rasul, Clarance YVelter. FRESHMAN TEAM Row 1: Tommy Tri- umph, Louis Mana- gand, Robert Abbott, VVarren Lenieu, Chris Rigoni, Carl Legneri, Neil Padgeit, Henry Zych, Robert Lister, Daniel Dennis, Stanley Czech, Randall Har- buck. ' ff' A , 1 ,C Row 2: George Rifakes, X ll Ianager, George Per- ry, Wayne Burton, Bruce Harrison, Peter Gaich, Carter Harri- son, Roy Litten, Stan- ley Pacyga. Gerald Smith, Donald Smith, Richard Hendricks, E dd ie McGowan, Tommie McGowan, Donald Keeling, ow 3: Bill Voss, Ted Morton, Wvilliam Cheeseman, james Howell, Ralph ,Lind- ley, Yvilliam Camp- bell, -Ioe Szczepankiew- icz, Donald Dryhaug, Richard Fitscher, Charles Getewood, Bob Van Evra, Herbert Paul Meisner. R. We Ziebell ir. udak .tlljll Drug el' j0l,LCA6!0lfUl'l eG,l'l4L6t8l"6 In football this year it was the Freshman-Sophomore team that walked off with the honors. The youngsters, under the coaching of Frank Froschauer and Ted Czech placed third in the Suburban League winnin H fi , g ve an losing three. After winning from Blue Island, the KKK' 7, ' ittens semed to bog down and did not come out of their losing streak until they upset the mighty Oak Park. This victory seemed to be the spark they needed, for they finished up the season by winning the last four games. The varsi Suburban League. Although the Wildcats had fine coaching by Mr. Llpe and Mr. Huddleston, they were a very green team to the extent of having sophomores in the startin l' ' g rneup and were overwhelmed by the experi- enced boys from the North. Their best showing was against New Trier, where they held the "Green Wave" to a two touchdown victory. The freshman team, coached by Mr. Krughoff and M . B ' k ' ' ' r r1c er, and the Junior varsity, coached by Mr. Nisbet, went through their schedules without being swamped at any time and both teams managed to pull a few games out of the fire. Both the varsity and the freshman-sophomore teams h . . ave excellent material coming up for next season. This year has been a building year for the team. With ex- perienced players in view, we may expect better teams in the future. ty squad were not as successful against the Bfllggem all xx U3 Wk K BOYCIIS H3365 ec-T we gigwidd N 3nLer5 The Flying Clouds of Thornton, coached by veteran cage mentor, Jack Lipe, embarked on their new Su- burban League schedule with optimism the past year. In a warm-up game with Fenger, a non-league school, the Clouds showed plenty of speed and power as they swamped the south-side quintet. The Thornton rooters were indeed surprised when, in the following five weeks, the Clouds failed to win a single game. In midseason, Mr. Lipe's cagers finally reached the playing form they should have been in at the beginning of the season. To the delight of the fans the Clouds upset New Trier's applecart, nearly nipped the famed Bulldogs of Waukegan, trounced the high and mighty Proviso Pirates, and mangled the Little Giants of High- land Park. This sudden string of victories pulled the Clouds up to a respectable berth in the league standings. Next sea- son Coach Lipe should produce one of the finest ma- chines in the conference, for there will be excellent material from the lower classes, and he has several tal- ented holdovers from this season. The Young Clouds, coached by Tom Nisbet, had fifth place nailed down by midseason. The speedy little sophomores played their best game against the juvenile cage experts from Morton, beating them by one point. The Young Clouds never failed to give the fans a thrill, even when they lost. Coach Nisbet is looking forward to a better season next winter. , - -'te 'Juli Albredxt fl KCIIIU Way Eustis . 41509 Obll P11111 ter gmnef owl ro, SX-gilt! A B -XSKETB ALL VARSITY . . l Nlr. K. j. Lipe, Bruce Smith, Denny Tui- ' ' ' ll wa 1, Chuck ock Robertson, Dick Ko o 5 xmer jeff Hunter. 7 Yom Zirkle, john Ford, Bob Albrecht, Eustis, Bob Binette. nelli j ob Ruhendunst, Chuck d johnson james Law , Har- ow l Floy Brooks john Marquess Dale Besteriield ry Peterson. ow 2: Paul Palmer, Robert Small, Evan Rob- erts. Tom Woulfe, Robert Isaac, Walter Kel- K llo g jUNIOR VARSITY TEAM I . less, Charles 2 lcn Harold e gk. i 'B ff" 'E r fl' 'lj l ix' I r A Q if' f fav .lr ri f .. Y I I FROSH-SOPH TEAM ' ht Yorman Suranne, jerry Ron' l: Edwin Wrig , i Fioretti, Mervin Buck, Arthur Graff. Morris, joe Roberts, R er Conant, john ld Fergu' . how 2: og Bernard Flatt, Kenneth Cook, Rona son. Row 3: Donald WValz, Roy Mallstrom, Bill Freder- ' ' h Bardwick. james Mann, Ronald iclt, jo n Kickert. FRESHMAN TEAM Row l: Gerald Vrshek, Arthur Caskie, Charles Tomky, Ray johnson, George Dussault, Paul Ladislas, Charles Haigh, George Perry, Phillip Del Nagro. Row 2: Don Keeling. Bill Courtney, Henry Zych. Neil Padgett, Ray Litten, Fred 'Lohndor james Harms, Eugene Schmehl, john Xvagner, Dennis Robert Abbott, Allen Dolph, l. Dan . Roger Yklnziso. Row 3: Fred Comery, Carter Harrison, Edwin McGowan, Charles Catewood, Sidney Smith, ' 'l h Lindly, Way'xie Roy Cole. Ronnie Excis. Ra p Burton. Richard Hendricks. Ruben Steele. iamoncl JCLJAMQQFL The baseball team formally intro- duced Thornton into the Suburban League last year. The team played Joliet, Fenger, Blue Island, and the Pullman Technical High School, besides playing their regular Suburban League schedule. By beating Proviso and Waukegan twice and New Trier once, the boys ended in fifth place with five wins and five losses. The four pitchers were Gene Summa, Roger Frebel, james Wagner and Don Rasmussen. The two men behind the plate were Richard Kolloway and Tom Coulombe. FINAL SUBURBAN STANDINGS Oak Park Proviso Morton New Trier Evanston Highland Park Thornton Waukegan 1946 BASEBALL RESULTS Thornton .... 0 Fenger ....... Y 9 Thornton .... 12 Blue Island . . . 8 Thornton .... 7 Proviso ....... 6 Thornton .... 0 Oak Park ..... 5 Thornton .... 12 Pullman ...... 0 Thornton .... l Blue Island . . . 2 Thornton .... 2 New Trier .... 3 Thornton .... 2 New Trier .... 0 Thornton .... l Morton ....... 2 Thornton .... 3 Proviso ....... l Thornton .... 3 Waukegan .... l Thornton .... 4 I'Vaukegan .... 3 Thornton .... 3 Morton . Q ..... 6 Thornton .,.. 9 Joliet ........ 6 Thornton .... l Oak Park ..... 2 Thornton 22 Pullman Tech. l2 BASEBALL INDIVIDUALS Elvin Brown Gene Summa Richard Kolloway Roger Frebel Gerald Jacobs Denny Tulfanelli joe Capriotti Don Rasmussen Chuck Ries Page 143 .J All 1 I L VARSITY BASEBAL Ralph Nelson, Denny Tulfa' Arthur Graff, Babe Carlsson, ulombe, john McGowan, 5 Wagner. Bob Albrecht, Eugene Summa, bs, Rich- Palmer, Gerald jaco Donald Robertson. olloway, l, john Ford, Co K 3: Roger Froebe don Biesboer, Chuck Ries, Elvin ' Rasmussen. wn, Bob Beck, Don ALL TEAM 1 jim Seeman Ralph Nelson, joe apriotti Tom Coulombe, Art Graff, oy Mallstrum d Babe Carlsson, john iw 2: john For , IcGowan, Paul Palmer, james Wag- ROSH-SOPH BASEB u : ' , Q ' . N er, Donald Robertson. Il a th Curt Hanes, Bo VARSITY TRACK Row l: Bruce Smi . b ll Ed Ring, Ken- Paae 144 vf 1 y anke, Kenneth C00 , Connell, Gene Be , neth Buss, Bob Youngfelt, George Burdett, Wayne Rogers. ' bell Roger Merritt, Row 2: Chuck Zie , Don Stegmeir, Bob Wilson, Muff De- Graft, Kenneth Holleman, Robert Trykall,Vincent Marek, Gerald Kacz. kowski. Row 3: Ray Michalski, XV ally Muraw- ski, Walter Mysliwiec, joe Young- blood, Roland janson, Charles Smoots, Walter Fitschen, Philip Mil- ler, Rolf Lindquist, George Hull. FROSH-SOPH TRACK Row 11 Earle F. Landry, jr., Paul Bap- tist, Ray Kickert, Richard Hull, Floyd johnson, Evan Roberts, Rn- dolph Cunnigan. Bernard Zitch, john Graham, Marvin V. Heatter, jack Lund, George Lytle, Donald Hobbs, Norman Suranne. Row 2: Dave Hammer, Vernon De Graff, Leon Potraike, William Bunch, Dick Mann, Bob Trevarthers, jack , Payan, Pedro Aguilar, john Pra- enka Stanley Moorhouse, Vvalter k Ted Patte- Pr son, Richard Petersen. l' r uson Paul Leland, V Row 3: Ronald fe g , , Harley Tucker, jr., Bernard Flatt, George Swadener, Rex Wood, james Monroe, jerry Burton, Roger jorgen- sen, Charles Pipher, Bob Newton, Bill Frederick, Charles Staiford, Roger Sutton, Bob Nelson, YVayne Nelson. WOGJWOPLQP6 The 1946 varsity track team won three out of four of their dual meets, were tied for first place in the district meet at Kankakee, and came in last at the con- ference meet with six points. Of the approximately thirty schools that participated in the district meet at Kankakee, the track team was tied with Calumet City for first place with 31 points apiece. Calumet City was awarded the trophy because they scored more points in the state meet. DUAL MEETS Thornton .... 52 Downers Grove. 61 Thornton .... 72 Blue Island .... 41 Thornton .... 57 Morton ....... 56 Thornton .... 68 Calumet City . . 45 CONFERENCE MEET Evanston ........ 41 Oak Park . . . .... 39 Proviso ..... . . . 26 New Trier ....... 24 Waukegan ....... 18 Highland Park . . . 8 Morton ......... 7 Thornton ....... 6 The Frosh-Soph team placed fourth in the conference meet and won three out of four of their dual meets. There was no Frosh-Soph district meet. DUAL MEETS Thornton .... 78 Blue Island .... 35 Thornton .... 52 Morton ...... 61 Thornton .... 96 Kankakee ..... Thornton .... 54 Calumet City.. 17 52 TRACK INDIVIDUALS Walter Fitschen Ray Michalski George Burdett Chuck Ziebell Walter Murawski Lorenzo Rowe Don Stegmeir Gene Bell Ken Buss Tom Zirkle Bob XVi1son Bob Connell Ed Ring Page 1 45 M ,eau Wai mudcgmen This year's wrestling team, coached by Tiny Huddleston and Joe Rockwood, who was the Illinois state champion of 1945-46, found the opposition pretty tough by managing to win only two meets while losing eight. The team this year wrestled in the new addition of the Buda gym, which was started last fall and was finished the latter part of December. A few of the boys earning high point honors for the team in the varsity meets were: Red Coulombe, 283 Bud Messmaker, 23, Earl Landry, 225 Babe Carlson, 183 Don Kagy, 13, Dennis Bruggeman, llg Bill Kudak, ll. fl 1- - ,.:.f'-f -wa f ' ' Page 146 odei eral! a :S Coach Frosha11er's varsity mermen found the water pretty rough when they took their initial plunge into Suburban League competition 'last winter. In the pre-season warmup meets with Calumet City the swimmers showed definite strength, but the unlimited re- serves and individual stars of the experi- enced Suburban League teams nipped Thornton's hopes in the bud. In the Conference meet held at New Trier Thornton failed to earn a single point. This gave them an undisputed berth in the league cellar. The Frosh-Soph swimmers narrowly averted the same fate as the varsity by Ii-f-'7f ,ju 5 fL,,u-'Earning two points in the. Conference fhem seve?th in the league ,QE-2: WRESTLING TEAM Row 1: Carl Carlsson, Thomas Coulornbe, Joe Egofske, Don Kagy, James Wilkes, James L. Smith, Dan Anlield, Gus Fredrick, Tom Triumph. Row 2: joe Ruegger, Edwin Goniakowski, Henry Chott, George Egofske, Robert Waterstraat, Roland Mar- tin, Clarence Deinema. Row 3: James A. Abbott, Wil- liam Kudak, Virgil Mess- maker, Charles Pipher, Roger Merrit, George Swa- dener, Dennis Bruggeman. t -. 0-Q3 7 67, SYVIMMING TEAM Row 1: Jack Miller, Robert Wilkinson, Jack Payan, Lowell Frank, Dan Hughes, Jasper Capriotti. Row 2: Richard Austin, Har ry Gunn, Robert Roach, Robert Myers, Gene Tom- ky, Richard Tinder, Hugh Devore. Row 3: George Burdette, Charles Froebel, Charles Boysen, Almo Manzardo, Donald Eytchesan. Swingerd After embarking on a rugged twelve match schedule following a three season layoff, the Thornton tennis team ended a disappointing season with two victories and ten defeats. The Mfildcat courtmen dropped their opener with Morgan Park, but beat the visitors on their own courts in a return match. They repeated this routine with Blue Island, winning on the home courts but losing at Blue Island. In the follow- ing weeks Thornton played all of the Suburban League teams, but failed to come out victorious in any of the cn- counters. , Puffin 7 roun Last year the golf team was an active participant in the Suburban League. They had a large schedule and were vic- torious in about half of their meets, but they failed to place in the district meet at Joliet. All of the team but the cap- tain, Wojciechowski, will return for next mn-.. l year. -0 1 Row 1: Bob S I APRING TENNIS Try --U-wang i 'I il R Strawbridge. a ter, RUSS Harfl Chuck CAM 1 Ow 2: Joe W. entry, Paul . - M 11 ISC, T , Sfrack , B' ' . u ender, Earl Brggqgiarlow, Morris Jones 6 ill 1 , Bob Spfizka, Tom VARSIT R . . Y G0 r ow l. Rlchard B0 d LF TEAM, 1945-IQ x Row o. - g an, F., , .46 A' Joe Berglu ltd Wojcfe-Cho - Y nd, james Dunne H wsk1, Richard gurzy k , a Glrry Gunn Hs i. 2- ' I FROS . 127 Rifha d , HSOPH GOLF T r Austin, Dan H I EAM, 1945 1946 Ugies, B01 IB. ' . in mette, Jimmy Carlson Eggf ' . Page 147 Y ,, kk P Q -Q. vw K .. 3 wi, fwfwayffwifwe-1:-7.7, 'NQ35?Wy'gQW"3?,L ., A fnw "'11"i,, m -qgwg " Q E Q fi, ' ' -,,Mg"' 4- ' A wi W I V i ' P ' K L, xx W ' w A If . v f ig ? ' . . ii. M' - f' " F ,1 " . ,,-, lu, , Q - , . --V-2 ,:,:.,,,.-.V. .l.,. EH. ,, 1-, -X .ut yn N xg gt sk! .5 47 r , -f K ' 3 I? 1 gg. ,M 'i 251 .- N . f" 1 2 , x N. NX ,uf ' fi ' ,w-Wg ., 1551" - 1 - , E N ff g Q E . -5 Qi f fry Rf--3, +55 1, - X ,, 1 'Qi' 51 V :,,s',.' ..v,, : ' ..' ' ,f ' V- A 1 K - , 1 -pf? , 5 . , f ,. ,f 1 , - S .: ., X! 7 7 5 . Aw as - - J f , . K W -. 'wk ' A , 7 1 N112 wa f 'Q . 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" ' f ,7,i,' y fr fl 1,3-x A .- ' X 'x ,X wgv - 93' I , 1 n A-4 . f,2,w,fL I f 1 1 Vg- fv 2 'K .fewx g, V ' t-Yegs. n ' H M 7x3'C':f?f ' 559: ,ii Mai f f'qQ1'4: I , ee-Z . 53 fb-QL i , wfqlg' -:H X f gf f Sk, :QE . i Tig i M H5 X wx AM Z W2 L . -fn, a.gggf:.5,L .4 f J' " T ' -,., I 4. xv PROFESSIONAL DIRECTGRY Lawyers GORDON ADLER Sc GEORGE MERRER, JR. 15408 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 3076 ANTHONY D. ALTIER 169 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey'4352 FRANK P. COWING-FRANK P. COWING, JR. T. T. H. S. '09 T. T. H. S. '35 2005 Ridge Rd. Phone Homewood 600 WILLIAM F. DONAHUE 149 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 4334 Physicians DR. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER 112 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 66 DR. A. R. ANDERSON 8a DR. M. GRAFF 182 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 122 DR. T. O. CANTWELL 116 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 546 DR. E. E. DILLON 1952 Ridge Rd. Phone Homewood 884 DR. C. M. GALLATI 1952 Ridge Rd. Phone Homewood 24 MITCHELL KOTEEF 167 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 4328 HARRY A. LAMEERT 165 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 880 EDWIN A. MCGOWAN 167 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 1637 BENJAMIN SAGHS 15407 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 2022 and Surgeons DR. M. S. HIGGINS Sc DR. L. E. MANDERNAOR 15426 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 298 DR. C. H. M. JANSON 8: DR. HERBERT JANSON 1952 Ridge Rd. Phone Homewood 291 DR. IRVING MUSKAT 112 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 1072 DR. FREDERICK WVEISS 8: DR. SAMUEL BERGER 15318 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 301 Osteopatla DR. F. MURPHY 157 E. 155th St. Phone Harvey 799 C biro lbractor DR. D. E. PALMER 148 East 154th St. Phone Harvey 114 Page 1 49 Telephone Complete Harvey 400 Electric Maintenance B. 8. H. RADIO SALES AND SERVICE I5404 Center Ave. J. S. Badis Harvey, Ill. TRIUMPH'S SUPER l.G.A. I744 RIDGE ROAD HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS 'A' Home of Fine Foods! Compliments of FAH RALLOY COMPANY HARVEY STUDIO Specialists in Child Portraits HARVEY 4342 A. C. WESSE, Prop. DOLTON 970 We make warm friends with our COAL AND COKE FUEL OIL DOLTON FUEL 8. MATERIAL CO. BUILDING MATERIAL, CEMENT BLOCKS COAL, COKE AND WOOD 644 ENGLE ST. DOLTON, ILL. HARVEY EXTERMINATOR Scientific Pest Control We Can Solve Your Pest Problems Fumigating Results-Sure and Quick HARVEY 744 Compliments of TU - .IAY'S COFFEE SHOP lI502 MICHIGAN AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Page 150 I. W. OLIVER 8: CO. Har11ey's Oldest Drug Store 168 East 154 Street Telephone Harvey 1 FOUNTAIN LUNCH Compliments O! HOMEWOOD FIVE 81 TEN CENT STORE 2019 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Homewood Building 81 Loan Association HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS A Good Place to Invest Your Money DODGE PLYMOUTH K-A MOTORS Sales and Service 15307 Broadway Phone Harvey 281 General Appliance Store A. E. TURNGREN, Prop. 8 East 154th Street Phone: Harvey 434-7 Harvey, Illinois + KERR FUNERAL HOME 15335 Broadway Harvey, Illinois Phone I6 or 17 + SWEDISH BAKERY Noted for Whipped Cream Pies and Cakes Fine Pastries HARVEY STORE 120 E. 154th ST. PHONE HARVEY 783 Page 151 Serving the Community faithfully for over 48 Years FLOWERS For Every Occasion Corsages Our Specialty THE HARVEY FLORIST 15410 Page Avenue Phone Harvey 113 sf? FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE ISLAND il? Member Fed. Dep. Ins. Corp. Compliments of Kurtz One-Stop STATION AND SUPERIOR SERVICE GARAGE Homewood, Illinois EXPERT QUALITY V FUR CLEANING DRY AND CLEANING REPAIRING HOEKSTRA CLEANING CO. 'I5402 CENTER AVENUE 267 E. 'I47Ih STREET Phone HARVEY 1600 Page I 52 Sl' 0l,UeI"6 . . 0 Hair Arrarzgementf 0 Wriftletf 0 Corsager Designed by Clara Cook 5 m H R T 5 .?.l0!l,lhf 18064 MARTIN AVENUE We Deliver Anywhere HOMEWOOD Phone: Homewood 326 SPECIAL PRICES FOR STUDENTS State Bank of Blue Island Member of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mai waaea fo :Ae CEM of 1947 American Legion Auxiliary Harvey Unit No. 155 15508 Broadway Harvey, Illinois A. E. Johnson Electric Co. Est. 1924 Frigidaire Hoover Easy Washer lronrite 1850 Ridge Road Homewood 266 Dalenberg, Kampen 8. Gouwens Cash and Carry Grocery and Market 15728 SOUTH PARK AVENUE Page 153 Compliments Of A. B. SHREFFLER ALFRED,S FLOWER SHOP 106 E. 154th St. Phone 2436 Harvey, Illinois Corsages and Orchids Congratulations to the Class of 1947 Congratulations! To Our Many Friends in the Graduating Class of 1947 DAD and LAD TOG SHOP 13006 South Western Avenue BLUE ISLAND, ILLINOIS Carlson-La Noue Appliances Gas and Electrical Appliances for the Home 18-20 EAST 154th STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS PHONE: HARVEY 3062 HARVEY CHECKER CAB BOOK SHOP Gifts ' Hobby Supplies ' Cards Red Top Yellow Checker A Lending Library 106 337 2050 1955 RIDGE RD. PHONE562 OLSON and BROEK GUACCIO,S FOOD MARKET Quality Meats, Groceries 138 EAST 154th STREET and Vegetables HARVEY, ILLINOIS 14736 PACE AVENUE Phone Harvey 3079 Page 154 2 Q, 53 is I' uf s if E F vagar- if fe K f f Egifts 2 XY. 'Q W: K r Q. 5. 1, glnkxgy W .Qi pw !k HF V, 453: XX Lp, v 93' f - WWW W fgfirg A 4--..:: 4 'N r ' V ., , " V Liv V , :' f If V 'K ' . 5 vm Best Wishes Class of 1947 P 81 O MANUFACTURING CG., INC. HARVEY, ILLINOIS Greetings, Seniors Welcome to THORNTON JUNIOR COLLEGE s fl? SEPTEMBER, 1947 Lad an C 0 n gmlulezliom and Best Wislaes to tlae G md uiztin g C lass 0 f 1 94 7 6 d Lassie Diaper Service HARVEY, ILLINOIS Page 156 a,.LJf"'p,U.'! wffwfnw ,DOI 1W"' CLASS OF '47s Look to your future with expectancy. Opportunity is tlaere if you diligently seek it. I WYMAN-GORDUN GUMPANY INGALLS-SHEPARD DIVISION HARVEY, ILLINOIS Page I 57 Compliments of BEAR CAT STORES 85 East 154th Street Harvey 1109 Compliments of VANDER HEYDEN'S FOOD SHOP 14214 Lincoln Avenue Dolton, Illinois Phone Dolton 1616 HARVEY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND IQOAN ASSOCIATION Founded 1911 "I-Itz1"1fey'J Olcieft Fimzfzcial I nstitutionv Assets over Four Million Dollars SECURITY BUILDING Telephone 2200 HARVEY, ILLINOIS Compliments of BACHMANN FUNERAL HOME Daniel G. Bachmann, Director iff 244 East 138 Street Phone Interocean 9860 Compliments of THE SCOTT STORES 135 East 154 Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS BLOOM ELECTRIC SERVICE Motor Tune Up Ignition and Carburetor Service and Parts Valve Grinding-Willard Batteries LLOYD CLAUSON, Proprietor Phone 950 15429 Broadway Best Wishes to the Class of 194-7 Cantrell's Barber Shop HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS Page 158 Helen's Shoppe Headquarters for Women's and Iunior Dresses Complete Infant and Cl1ildren's Line Lingerie and Blouses 2042 Ridge Road Across from A. 6: P. Store Homewood 845 Homewood Bakery 2053 RIDGE RD. ALBIN LARSON, Prop. A pleased customer is our best advertisement. We specialize in birthday, party and wedding cakes. O E B E L' S Quality Shoes At Moderate Prices 164 East 154th Street ' Harvey, Ill. ADAM C. KRANICH Blue Island's Leading jeweler 13035 S. Western Ave. Phone Blue Island, Ill. B. I. 1073 Motive Parts Company of America, Inc. HARVEY AUTOMOTIVE REPLACEMENT PARTS Charles W. Morse 15248 Broadway Manager Phone Harvey 2920-2991 ir Courtesy Quality Service Q Ray Miley's Barber Shop 18109 DIXIE HIGHWAY HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS Two Barbers Compliments of MazzacavaIlo's Delicatessen 14288 Lincoln Avenue Dolton, Illinois Page 1 59 MVmQ, Q Q, MQW fi M WWI: Wfvgiyffv , wj A 17 jafifjj K 0 yi I Compliments of Qffjlf M' QDLLQ DAIRY COMPANY W9 M fffiw ff 7 Wh f f HUHIIH SERVICE STUHES, Inc. COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE FIRESTONE TIRES AND TUBES HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES 489 Fayette Street Hammond. Indiana ROOFING - SIDING - INSULATION I. F. CHANDLER ROOFING CO. 14526 Chicago St. Dolton, I11. S Phone: Harvey 773 , Compliments of THE PAQE FOOD MART REV. Y. E. NELSON, Pastor Residence: 15113 Paulina Telephone: Harvey 1946 FIRST EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH l53rd and Lexington Harvey, Illinois "ONE CHURCH WHICH BELIEVES IN YOUTH." Page 1 62 Need Printing? Youthful Beauty HOMEWOOD BEAUTY SHOPPE FRED A. STANLEY - AT YOUR SERVICE - PHONE HARVEY 462 Faye Maxwell, Proprietor Remember . . . "More People Read 2017 Ridge Road The Harvey Advertiser." Homewood Phone 295 Laundry Service Fur Storage GEORGE E GILLEY Hardware and Furnace Shop LEYDEN CLEANERS 1 15337 Center Avenue and SHOE CLINIC Dealer for Paints, Glass, Oils and "Next Door to Dale Theatre' Y General Electric ODURLESS CLEANING Refrigerators and Appliances Riverdale 26 Pullman 3050 Phone 244 LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL Q COAL MILLWORK PAINT - ROOFING - HARDWARE The Yczrd in Harvey with af Complete Stock 15139 CENTER HARVEY 360-361 Page 1 63 High School Book Store Where all THORNTON louys its supplies . ' J Harry Dintelman Wy!! DMM! 7 ,V JJ fl M37 My IV W Photo Finishing Yi school Camera Supplies ,ff I ghgve youi ar serviced af PHONE: HARVEY 2774 MIDLOTHIAN BAKERY Phone Blue Island 3485 3743 West 147 Street Midlothian, Illinois ,X Vf' llunsenfs Service Station I49 and Halsted Streets Phone Harvey 3473 Phone Harvey 196 WAUSAU LUMBER 8. COAL COMPANY Home of Weyerhaeuser 4-square Lu SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS mber VI'S FOOD SHOP Groceries - Cold Meats Ice Cream School Supplies PHONE: HARVEY 3354 174 W. 170th ST. HAZEL CREST, ILL. BOWLING BILLIARDS HOMEWOOD RECREATION 18061 Dixie Highway FOUNTAIN SANDWICHES Phone: 1259 Page I 65 "OUR BLENDED CO-OPERATION" Modern economic conditions demand thoughtful, careful planning so we en- deavor to shape our cooperation to fit in with your planning. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF DOLTON 9 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. HERRICK PHARMACY WM. A. HERRICK, R.PH. 265 East 147 Street at Halsted Street Phone Harvey 1000 Harvey, Illinois "Harvey's Prescription Drug Store" PETER'S S SERVICE STATION Chicago Road and Water Street Thornton, Illinois E. A. COUTCHIE Ideal Market Meats, Groceries, Fruits, and Vegetables 15308 Center Avenue Phones 40-41 THE SHACK p Soda Fountain Delicious Hamburgers Brad Bales South Holland. Illinois Best Wishes from NELSON and PARKS MFG. CO. O Page 1 66 2 Ea! mokea CLASS 1947 iff BLISS 8. IAUHHLIN, INC HARVEY, 1LL1Nn15 LOHSE Sc SMITH Wholesale Candy and Fountain Supplies 137 East 147 Street TELEPHONE HARVEY 2155 HARVEY, ILLINOIS TO THE CLASS OF '47 Compliments of A good name is rather to be chosen than riches, and loving favor rather than HARVEY FOOD MART SM, W, M THE I.G.A. Compliments of 131 East 154 Street CARL'S FLOWER HARVEY, ILLINOIS AND F. FETSIS, P ' t 0' GIFT SHOP Q 24 E. 154th STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS Phone Harvey 479 We Deliver PHONE 611 The Sign of Good Real Estate Offered by D Ae f-M--H--4--fe-I I I K Q-Q'I,L-,,. inf Y-I 'Il by I WPRINIJIVILC I f I .-Q JW N FT, ' 0 ' 'gn - K New , - 4 IIIN ia 'Fi 1957 RIDGE ROAD KIM. E'7m'E I ' r. ,ffz fyu,e'V-1f1'."e-- A I ' I I I - ' HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS -fd N e --- - Phone Homewood 371 Chicago Office 2200 SOUTH UNION AVENUE CANAL 5854 Page 1 69 McCOY'S PHARMACY, INC. The Dolton Theatre Prescriptions Prompt Delivery Always a Good Show Often a Great Show Phone Harvey 58 6 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois PHONE DOLTON 979 Save Your Sales Tax by SAVING EAGLE STAMPS A Stamp With Every IOC Purchase THE EAGLE STORE 183 EAST 154 STREET PHONE 181 HARVEY, ILLINOIS Compliments of the ' IAMES T. wII.KEs 6. Co. ROYAL BLUE STORE AND M ARKET CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS A. PIVOUR, Proprietor 15309 Center Avenue 243 East 147 Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS Phone Harvey 1392 and 1393 Harvey, Illinois Page 1 70 ERA THEATRE C. S. ARMINGTON Plumbing and Heating Contractor 15339 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 4-7 Compliments to Senior Class HARRY W. ZAHLER Real Estate Insurance Mortgages Property Management 91 East 154 Street Harvey, Illinois Phone Harvey 3036 HOMEWOOD APPLIANCE. INC. C. R. ARMITAGE TTHS 1926 We Sell and Service cr Full Line of Major Home Appliances Bendix, Maytag, Kelvinator, Philco, G.E., and other Well-known brands PHONES: ENTERPRISE 1170 HOMEWOOD 1033 FOSTER COAL COMPANY 14800 Loomis Avenue PHONE 990 Harvey, Illinois SCHLOSSER BROTHERS, INC. Plymouth, Indiana Oak Grove Dairy Products Page 1 71 IW ' II M mf I I C Vw M QWSWX I V W W ' AN Cmgmfufafiom by gg? W1 LQ I I fo Me CLASS OF 1947 if I THE BUDA CQMPANY HARVEY, ILLINOIS Victrola Records, Needles and Sheet Music HARVEY HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY 15335 Center Avenue Telephone Harvey 393 C. VAN KANEGAN Service Station 15805 South Park Avenue South Holland, lllinois Compliments of GOFFS GROCERY 8: MARKET Hazel cfesf, Illinois Watlancl Brothers Camera Shops 13039 South Western Ave. Blue Island, Ill. Blue Island 1430 ADLER'S Funeral Home GORDON ADLER, Funeral Director Call Harvey 699 Ambulance Service SHOP AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 13103 Western Avenue Blue Island 3375 DOLTON SHOE CLINIC New Men's and Children's Shoes also Expert Shoe Repairing 14075 Lincoln Ave. Phone: Dolton 699 Dolton, Ill. COMMUNITY DRUG STORE 112 East 154th Street The San Tox Store 61 East 16th Street 278 East Court Street Phone 606 Chicago Heights, Ill. Kankakee, Ill. Chicago Heights 41 Main 670 Page I 73 Page 1 74 jkornfonifea NANCY ABRAHAM WILBUR ALEREY BETTY ANDERSON BILL ANDRIANOS CHRISTINE ANDRIANOS FRANKLIN BARBER HELEN BARGIEL DON BAUMGARTNER CAROL BEISNER LEATRICE BENSON LOIS BERG EDWARD BETTENHAUSEN JUNE BINETTE BARBARA BOWDEN CAROLYN BREEDEN ALTHA BRIDGES THAYER BROOKS JOANNE BROSTROM BARBARA BROWN MARY ANN BROWN SUZANNE BROWN JOANN BROWNLEE JERRY BURCH SUE CAIRNS CARL CARLSSON DOLORES CHMIELEWSKI MARIE COMPAGNONI IRMA CONRAD MARY ANN CROWSON GERTRUDE CUEFE WILLARD DALENBERG JOYCE DODGE JOHN DRYJA ED DROLET JIM DUNNE VVILMA EBERHARDT GRACE ELDRIDGE BILL ELTON HARRY FAGAN S. M. FERGUSON CARMELLA FIRETTO BETTY JANE FISCHER PHYLLIS FURGUSON DAVID GARDINER CARL GAVEL BETTY GRASSMICK YVONNE HAINES ERNEST HALL CURT HANES BETTY HOPPMAN JIM HOWELL MARILYN HUPE DOLORES JONES BETTY KERR JUNE KOEHLER CAROL KOESTER FRANK KOLB AVIS KRAUSE VICTOR KRYGOWSKI BILL KUDAK JANIE LAMBERT JEAN LAVE LORRAINE LENKE LOIS MAXWELL DOROTHY MCNEIL BEATRICE MECH BARBARA MEEDER ELAINE MESSERSCHMIDT JOYCE MEYERS BETTY NEAL ROBERT NELSON WILLARD NICHOLSON EDYVIN NIEMEYER JOANNE NOMES EVELYN ODOR MARTHA OEHLER NANCY OHRVALL LEO PARKS BEVERLY PAYNE VIRGINIA ANN PEIGUSS JERRY PETERSON DICK POPPEL HELEN ROCKWELL JOHN SARNA DON SHAW LU SHAW GERRY SMITH MARILYN SMITH DON SRENASKI WYLAND TARRANT LOIS TOOLE PHIL TORTORICI DOROTHY VANDERWALL JACKIE VOSS IRENE WENZLAFF JOYCE WITZEL JOHN WROBEL ROBERT ZADROZNY CHARLES ZITEK HELEN ZOLTY Ride For F un 1-xfl 100 Miles to Gallon O to School, Work, Vacation O KARL TREEN, JR. PHONE: HARVEY 320 When You Want INSURANCE See FRANK R. EHMAN 15338 Broadway Avenue Harvey, Illinois Compliments of BLUE GOOSE FOOD MART THOMAS ARMATAS. Proprietor "The Home of Fine Foods" 154th Street at Ashland Avenue Harvey, Illinois R. H. GANSBERGEN featuring S.V.W. Quality Paints Isgo Stylux Wallpapers 2040 Ridge Road Homewood BAUER'S SUPER SERVICE Automobile Repairing One Stop Sgaziori Used Cars SOUTH HOLLAND TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK 1911-'I947 SAFETY SERVICE Deposits insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor, 35000 Page I 75 Congratulations Class of l 947 'k A FRIEND JACOB'S HARDWARE 232 170th STREET HAZEL CREST, ILLINOIS Complete Line of Hardware Household Needs - Toys Pittsburgh Paints HARVEY 4538-I Compliments of HIGH-LOW FOODS 0 if QOJ ana! C0l,lJltl'y Harvey Post No. 155 AMERICAN LEGION Compliments of E. COBY, Real Estate 166 - 170th Street Hazel Crest, Illinois Compliments of STIGALL'S SUNDRIES Sir 142 W. 170th and PAGE AVE. HAZEL CREST, II.LINOIS Page 1 76 up v5.f'1' 4 Lf' ,V X., gp L! in lf ' 0 yd ,XV the .fbozzfz ' o but we want you to know about the extraordinary service we render our customers . . . We're designers and producers of quality printing, either letterpress or offset, with un- usual tacilities for putting work through in record time. d t keller company 3005 franklin .boulevard van buren 4030 Page I 77 A HAGERMAN'S SERVICE STATION 15001 PAGE AVENUE HARVEY, ILLINOIS Your Dream Home Made a Reality by DREAM HOMES, Not Inc. Builders and Designers 14709 Page Avenue Harvey 1022 Compliments of CARLO'S BARBER SHOP "Our Aim Is to Satisfyi' 99 East 154th Street Phone Harvey 891-R ROGER'S IEWELERS fewelry - Luggage Clan Rings Phone 4657 Harvey, Illinois 64445 a!1947 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. You'll End Our Store the Right One for these Requirements. MARKS TOGGERY Menlf SIJUBI, Clothing, and Farrzifbingf 200 East 154 Street Telephone 630 Open Friday Evenings CHICKE PRESS "Your Friendly Printer!" 14818 WOOD STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS PHONE HARVEY 4636 0 WEDDING INVITATIONS 0 ANNOUNCEMENTS 0 LETTERHEADS I ENVELOPES 0 BUSINESS CARDS 0 ADVERTISING BLOTTERS, ETC. NLEIIJ' get acquainted" Yozill tlaarzk uf later E. L. SAUSAMAN Electrical Supplies HOME AND FACTORY WIRING ISI East I54 Street Harvey, IIIinois Page I 78 HANSEN CLEANER SI DYER MAIN OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE 15014 Page Ave. 3743 W. 147th St. Harvey, Illinois Midlothian, Ill. Phone Harvey 1951 B. I. 1462 TELEPHONE INTEROCEAN 9708 GARDINER'S HARDWARE Hardware, Tools, Cutlery, Paints, and Appliances Frigidaire - Bendix - Thor 'A' 13709 LEYDEN AVENUE CHICAGO 27, ILLINOIS KINNEY-HOOD PRINTING COMPANY Factory and Commercial Printing 301 EAST 138 STREET DOLTON, ILLINOIS Phone Dolton 1530 Res. Dolton 1613 DOLTON AUTO PARTS New and used parts P. BURNS, Proprietor Used Cars Bought and Sold 614 E. 144th ST. DOLTON, ILLINOIS DIEKELMAN AND COMPANY Coal and Ice V I PHONE 2507 THORNTON, ILL. Compliments of CARY'S BARBER SHOP 22 East 154 Street Harvey, Illinois 0 Compliments of GAROFALO FOODS 15046 PAGE AVENUE HARVEY, ILLINOIS Page I 79 ffwg fgg, W MW 12 2 gf ' WK W ff M!-X115 II 11 gxfencii Congrafufafionri fo fha . Cjfaafs of P947 1 , TV f , X I' Mi! ff ,JIM J V ,iffy ' W J y 2 fl fy, P ' J fa . I . j I f A. x Iv X J AMElucAN STOVE COMPAW L? J, HARVEY, n.uNols Xu 4-XG Spin I L i I' 'sl ,J A 1 V f Q 1, V Your Favorite fzmior Drew Shop HElEll'S "In the Heart of Harvey' A. G. FRISKE, O.D. jewelry and Giftx Oplometrifl 114 East 15-4th Street THE BROADWAY AUTO SUPPLY 15301 Broadway HARVEY, ILLINOIS, Phone 399 1 i 1 Compliments l of JIM and CHRIS REGAS Household Appliance, Inc. A I-O2-104 E. 154th St. Phone 1017 Authorized Dealer! Q FRIGIDAIRE AMERICAN KITCHEN ROPER A. O. SMITH STOKER RCA STROMBERG CARLSON CHALMER'S ZENITH WHITE STAR ASC ' Best Wishes to Clem of 19-47 STELTER'S MARKET 2026 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Phone 282 M. A. PAJQR HARDWARE HARDWARE, PAINTS, GLASS WALL PAPER, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBINGSUPPLIES 257 East 147 Street Ph,one HARvey 3060 Harvey, Illinois Page I 81 For All Occasions Business Telephone Blue Island 1791 W. W. KOEHLER PAPER co. It's STEAK - n - SHAKE For Smart Lunches Wholesale Wrapping Paper and Bags 2217-2227 Grove Street Blue Island, Illinois CARRY OUT SERVICE SPECIAL ATTENTION. WRAPPERS AND CONTAINERS FOR TI-IIS SERVICE Congrafufafiolw Cfaaa of 1947 We extend our best wishes for a happy and successful future AMERICAN LEGIUN PAUL GALL POST No. 303 DOLTON AND RIVERDALE HENRY'S FOOD STORE Compliments 15027 Page Avenue Harvey. Ill. of I FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Inc QUALITY LUNCHEON - FRESH MEATS DOLTON, ILL, Phone Harvey 2067 TEL. INTEROCEAN 9711 ge 182 Cm W z?4wr1aQmfzwwfZMm.f,,mewa, mfr, Conngrafufafionzi fo fke CKCL56 o W7 ik THE HARVEY THIBUNE The leading newspaper in Thornton Township since 1890 'ik' PRINTING 0 STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES Pg 184 we parenf .Zucker .fdmiociafion jhornfon jowndhip .S7cAoo! ana! junior Comzge exfeneii greefingri anal congrafufafionri fo Me cfau of 1947 Chevrolet Bl-1iCk KICKERT BROTHERS Compliments 15327 Broadway Of HARVEY PHONE 124 LITTLE JACK'S BAKERY BLUE ISLAND 263 "Complete Body and Fender Shop" WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS ANTON STERKER TAILOR SHOP 4 F ine Tailoring GEORGE M. M AY Cleaning and Pressing Ieweler and Optometrist 15405 Center Avenue, Harvey, Illinois T 1 h H 1 72 PHONE 2 HOMEWOOD, ILL. eep one UWSY 3 Page 1 85 w 1 Congratulations to Class of 1947 Hi-Ridge Service Station 1757 RIDGE ROAD HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS Holmes, Yates Sz Company Real estate bought and sold4 insurance of all kinds. See us for quick action in selling or buying property. NATIONAL BANK OF HARVEY BUILDING Telephone Harvey 2400 AGE Fruits and Vegetables ALBERT and EDNA STREFLING Groceries 14201 Chicago St. Phone 1552 Dolton, Illinois G E R M A I N E BEAUTY .sf LINGERIE SHOPPE 15407 Center Avenue Opposite Harvey Theatre Building Telephone 903 - Penonnlity Hair Cutting Permanent Waving Knotty Pine Grill SANDWICHES SCHOOL SUPPLIES PRIVATE SELF-SERVICE DINING ROOM E For College and High School Girls Who Wish Privacy Compliments oi ROEDER'S HARDWARE "Harvey's True-Value Dealer" 15305 BROADWAY if PHONE: HARVEY 123 GOUWENS Enos. FARM suPPLY Farm Implements Feed Seed Hoy Grain PAINTS HARDWARE Phone Harvey 63 South Holland Page 186 ' H1-1RT'S DRUGS I. M. Hart, R.Ph. L. L. Price, R.Ph. Your Prescription Drug Store TO THE SENIOR CLASS We appreciate your pa- tronage and wish you the greatest of success in future undertakings . . . BASTAR'S JEWELRY STORE jeweler and Optometrist 171 EAST 154 STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS Rin kema Brothers Grocery - Market Radios and Appliances Phone 390-391 South Holland, 111. Compliments of DE YOUNG 8. SONS FURNITURE CO. South Holland, Illinois Phone Harvey 37 The Harveyette Ice Cream and Lunches Sandwiches 703 154th St. Harvey, I11. Phone: 3411 Compliments of L1NDELL'S Standard Service Lincoln and Park Avenues Dolton, Illinois Compliments of Jouris Insurance Service Insure and Be Sure 14928 Marshfield Ave. Harvey 487M Page 187 Congmtulatiom Clam 0f1947 A . 6, . XX f'N x5qix I ,N "sh T Q X KKK X 1 Q S Q? N X Q mL.hY Q XXXX 3? N Xxx N Y 'xxhsfx Q Q' Q WHITINE EDRFIIIRATIIIIN HARVEY-ILL. Ll.5.A. trruuxcu susunnl Page I 88 Rv N5 SOUTH SUBURBAN SAFEWAY LINES, INC. Bm Jfzanqzofltahbn Congralulafions - fo Class of 1947 Homewood Royal Blue Store E. Gittersonke, Proprietor 2057 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Phone Harvey 4742-M Pickup 81 Delivery HARVEY AMUSEMENT EXPERT Auto and Home RADIO REPAIRING sPsciAuziNo IN AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS JUKE BOXES-RENTED AND SERVICED LATEST RECORDS 48-HOUR' SERVICE All Work Guaranfeed RADIO TECHNICIANS Alex Pelrongelli Iggy Szudy 14715 Page Avenue Harvey, lll. WEST HARVEY SHOE SHOP You cannof hide your feet nor grow sfraighf feel in crooked shoes ROLAND SALVAGE 14717 Page Ave Shoe Repair Man Harvey, Illinois MAJESTIC CLEANERS Bill Guild, Owner We Clean Everyfhing Work Guaranfeed 14143 Chicago SI. Phone Dolton 1400 Page 1 90 HEATING PLUMBING "Say It with Flowers" 0 HOMEWOOD PLUMBING COMPANY G. C. MILHAHN, mmf 1748 Ridge Road Dolton 938 15130 Lincoln Avenue Phone I65 Homewood, Illinois DOLTON, ILLINOIS T. T. H. 5. II' FETEHI SIBLEY SELF SERVICE Grocery and Market "Quality M eats" 169 E. 147th ST. PHONE HARVEY 4307 ' Best Wishes to Class of 1947 KLINE'S DEPARTMENT STORE BLUE ISLAND ILLINOIS Page I 9 l FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF RIVERDALE 1917-1947 Thirty years of Safe Banking MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Deposits Insured by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Washington, D. C. 571 1 x. N-,vi Z! U O1 'Q ,If ' Q X' if 'I' h III f 1947 'Y ll t II ass ll P5 f 5' 'Nw -A-QW LW? f if .I II ,M A ,..o1: , tj I' ,I I We Extend Our Congratulations and If I I fr' Q I -,' , f 1 fs' Sincere Wisner for ez Very Sueeexyful Future PEHFEETIUN GEAR IIUMPANY Congratulations Class of '47 Seafvvds Bakery EAGLE COAL COMPANY 1950 RIDGE ROAD LINK-BELT STOKERS HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS I PHONE 1579 Phone Harvey 553 Page I 92 X531 "SWEET SHOP" Carmel Corn Comphmen 7-3 and Of Fre.rh Battered Pop Corn P 15410 CENTER AVENUE FRED A- C0RDTv '99 C. RICE, Proprietor Q' Q.. fl J6t?Zg, if INDEPENDE E CABS phone Harvey 3008 J' C on gratulalio nf Clem of '47 Quality Meats ALBAN P. REICH, jeweler 118 East 154 Street, Harvey 14048 LINCOLN AVENUE Phone 437 PHONE DOLTON 860 .lOHNlE'S MARKET Page I 93 E 6 gompgm ell fa 0 Betsy Ross mite 255 E. 147th STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS Phone: Harvey 4323 A'Complefe Line ofh Sporting Goods GEORGE'S SPORTS STORE 126 EAST 154th STREET HARVEY, u.uNols Geo. Koieff Phone Prop. Harvey 4253W Congratulations Class of '47 THEO. KOCH Grocery and Market 14147 CHICAGO STREET DOLTON, ILLINOIS I-Ylfbfh, J WN ,. Jigs f' f +551 T ' 'M , 'ex ,S q 'IW ' : ,- Tfwgfif? . sogteebf me ' Ivey Jodwaareg' 4- ,L ,ft-2 45,-.' of fo rwaaeew ' 4 'L-"'?oL:Ua5v. 1-'rd ' .W igs E?S?9oiaU,45 , 1, aj T96 515:32 gg K Efofo 'Nags X, xct Q ,g. ,. , Y, -S 'S A fer- HARVEY NEWS AGENCY School Supplies One Door West of Bank C. S. STOW Hardware - Paint - Glass Airplane Models Seeds Phone 'I83 'I08 Eusf 'I54 Sireef HARVEY CHICAGO HEIGHTS 0 ILLINOIS Your clothes for graduation .... Your wedding outfit .... The Furni- ture for your home' or just a paper of pins .... When bought at Rau's, it represents the finest quality and value the markets afford. Page I 94 ?F-WXXQED X5 X - X if g xx? X x f Qivbiw V gif'-if V F? ,gtk V L X IV Efix Ckxxxliy df M' W K A it 2 Wx Mya ' , A kqfi.-,QL M Best Wlshes ' Q Q lg X from - ROOT STUDIO wwf!! 185 NORTH WABASH AVENUE 75 , Lp X CHICAGO I WW ff P pf 3,9 WWW HONE STATE 0113 :M n Cappella Choir ........ Art Department ......... Band ....... Baseball ................. Basketball ................. Board of Education .....l.. Boys Club ................ ....... Boys Glee Club ...................................... ...... Boys Physical Education Department ....... Building and Grounds ........,............. Business Department ..........,... camera Club ...... Cheerleaders .....,... Class Principals ........ Dean of Boys ......... Dean of Girls ......... Debate Club ........ Dedication ........,....... English Department ....... Faculty ..................... Faculty Assistants .f .,.. . Flag Day ............,.. 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